Animal Crossing : New Horizons, Vol.5 : Deserted Island Diary by Kokonasu Rumba
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Step into the world of Animal Crossing(TM): New Horizons and embark on exciting new escapades alongside your beloved characters in this authorized manga edition! Ever wondered what the charming inhabitants of Animal Crossing(TM): New Horizons do in their free time? Prepare to immerse yourself in the whimsical and amusing tales of their antics through this comical manga, brimming with lighthearted gags and entertaining narratives! Get ready to join Paradise Planning as they craft the most delightful and enchanting vacation homes imaginable!
Animal Crossing: Deserted Island Diary Manga Review
Hello and welcome back to Scholastically Natalie! Today, we’re continuing our book talk extravaganza by discussing the Animal Crossing: Deserted Island Diary manga. This manga, written by Kokonasu Rumba, is the official adaptation of the popular game Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It features four goofy villagers living among the characters of the game, and includes a bonus animal guide with game tips.
The manga is filled with delightful drawings that capture the charm of the game. From the adorable cover art to the hilarious dialogue, this manga is a joy to read. The story begins with the four main characters, led by Koryuki, discovering that their deserted island getaway package is, in fact, deserted. The comedic situations they find themselves in are pure slapstick humor.
The manga introduces various beloved characters from the game, such as Tom Nook, Blathers, and Raymond. Each character brings their unique quirks and humor to the story. There are plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, like when Koryuki rides a lobster or when the characters try to make a table out of an octopus, much to the horror of Bill the duck.
The animal guide section of the manga provides cute panels showcasing the villagers utilizing the game tips and interacting with the NPCs. One standout moment is when Isabelle humorously threatens to banish a character from the island for life if they continue to cause trouble.
This manga is a fantastic slice of life comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The humor is absurd and the characters are lovably foolish. It’s reminiscent of the lighthearted anime of the ’90s and early 2000s, such as School Rumble. If you’re in the mood for complete and utter silliness that defies logic, then this manga is a perfect choice. Plus, it’s a quick and enjoyable read.
I highly recommend the Animal Crossing: Deserted Island Diary manga if you’re looking for a lighthearted and fun reading experience. It’s a great option for Animal Crossing fans or anyone who wants a good laugh. So grab a copy and get ready to join these hilarious villagers on their wacky adventures!
Thank you for joining me, and I hope you had a fantastic holiday season and a happy new year. Let me know in the comments if you’ve read this manga or if you have any New Year’s resolutions. Stay tuned for my next video on Friday. Until then, take care and bye!