Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3

Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3

Ranmaru Kurisu comes from a family of hardy, rough-and-tumble fisherfolk and he sticks out at home like a delicate, artistic sore thumb. It?s given him a raging inferiority complex and a permanently pessimistic outlook. Now that he?s in college, he?s hoping to find a sense of belonging. But after a whole life of being left out, does he even know how to fit in?! Ryuji Goda, Ranmaru Kurisu comes from a family of hardy, rough-and-tumble fisherfolk and he sticks out at home like a delica...

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Title:Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3
Author:Bisco Hatori
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:ウラカタ!! 3
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:188 pages pages

Behind the Scenes!!, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Woowott
    Apr 03, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Roxanne
    Mar 25, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Kayla
    Jul 21, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Paige
    Sep 06, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    Jan 17, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

  • Aleece
    Feb 25, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

  • Erica Gale
    Sep 23, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Sesana
    Dec 01, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Shawna (BacchusVines)
    Feb 13, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

  • Eienblog
    Jan 03, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Tyler Black
    Jul 14, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

  • S.Q. Eries
    Feb 14, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

  • Jessica
    Jan 25, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

  • Ren
    May 14, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Jessica
    Jul 24, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Mandie Newman
    Jul 24, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

  • katnick
    Oct 06, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Laura
    Jul 05, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

  • Teeny
    Jan 15, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Hannah Jurina
    Feb 02, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Nov 30, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

  • R
    Jan 21, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

  • Johnni Quest
    Oct 11, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

  • Katrina
    Sep 03, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Dri Christides
    Oct 15, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Elin Sjögren
    Oct 01, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

  • Dominic Tyszko
    Jan 21, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    Jun 20, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

  • Tayler
    Mar 29, 2018

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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  • Nightwings81
    Feb 14, 2017

    I had a hard time getting into this one, probably because it had been so long since I read the second volume. I liked the last couple scenes the best and loved the one page comics at the end. I do love Bisco Hatori so much!! This one reminded me a little of the Paradise Kiss series. ...

    Fun and different to what I'm used to reading. I like these manga and you learn a thing or two too! ...

    Good volume. ...

    This was super cute. I really enjoyed the haunted house chapter. ...

    Getting more of the backstories and seeing some growth with the characters. In love! Want more!! Funny but enough interconnection between stories to maintain a flow. ...

    good manga ...

    Story and characters are all over the place. Honestly I find it hard to want to find out what happens next cause the story seems so flat. Some characters are funny which makes it semi enjoyable. ...

    [5/5 stars]. ...

    In Summary Although it?s billed as ?Film Camp,? the Art Squad?s off-campus getaway is really just the usual student film set chaos, albeit with a child actor in the mix. However, we do get to see the Squad in a different element when they tackle summer fundraising. A healthy...

    A solid volume. Hope there is more character development because I am interested in seeing the different backgrounds of the characters. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. ...

    Ranmaru is so cute. I love that we get more background on the other members, again. ...

    ~3.5/5 This is a pretty light-hearted series. In this volume, we meet a bratty, struggling kid actor, and we see that Goda doesn't understand kids. We get to know Tomu a little better, and we get to see where Ruka comes from, what her family pressures are. There's also a chapter ...

    Fun, but I hope the next volume has more character development. ...

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