Usagi Drop

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4.8
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  • One of a Kind, through and through!!!
    I have never seen an anime quite like this before! It brings up the true struggle of being a parent and understanding their child while still being a fantastic show! The characters are adorable and intelligent; this show is not one to skip!!

    *Side-note* I love how the shows start off their animation with water colors! I thought that was a very nice touch!!
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Usagi Drop Finale Review
    [This was originally a blog post found on my blog MoeMonster, but has been moved to Konseptual.com.]

    Usagi Drop is easily my favorite show of the year so far. Easily so, in fact. I’ve enjoyed others, like Madoka, AnoHana, Steins;Gate, etc, but this was a gem through and through. It just oozed smoothness and had an ease to it I don’t think I’ve ever seen ...
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent Feel Good Anime.
    Are story starts with Daikichi attending his grandfather's funeral where to his surprise grandpa has a six yr daughter and as the other relatives try to decide what should be done with her basically not treating her very well when one of them says they should find some institution to take her too he slams his hand on the table and decides he'll take care of her and thus begins a very heartwarming ...
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  • 1 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Sweet show but hated the ending
    This was a really cute and sweet show until the end. The ending just didn't sit well with me at all
    but the rest of the anime and manga were sweet and enjoyable
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Usagi Drop 2014 review
    First off I always try to make these 100% spoiler free.

    Usagi Drop Aka "Bunny Drop" for those who want to buy a dvd copy. Proves that anime isn't always the same formula of your typical school anime, action, comedy, fantasy, romance ect.

    It does start a bit slow mainly for mood/atmosphere, but it also help establish how the characters are in the way of using real life issues and how people ...
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  • One of the sweetest anime
    It's basically about watching a young man taking in his Grandfather's adopted child when no one wants to care for her. Join Daikichi & Rin as they both experience a huge change in their lives. Ex. Daikichi raising Rin, Rin going to school. Not only realistic, but hilarious as well!
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Who Says You Can't Pick Your Family?
    I am late writing this review, having deliberately avoided doing so. To wit: I dislike using superlatives, as they exhaust any further choices and therefore limit discussion. That said, Usagi Drop remains the single best, most-perfect anime series that I have ever watched. The emotional journey of a man willing to risk everything in order to provide for a helpless young girl, and ...
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  • Great family anime to watch with family
    From beginning to end usage drop was filled with laughs, and moments that stirred up serious thought about what it is to be a good parent. At some moments you found your self feeling for them but overall we see how even a death doesn't always have to lead to something that's only loss.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Usagi Drop, sweetest anime but the manga ruined it for me.
    This was a unique anime and honestly one of the sweetest animes I have seen in a very long time. I wished it kept going, but after reading the manga I'm glad they didn't continue the story. The story in the manga makes a very akward change in the bonding relationship between Rin and Daikichi and I wasn't a big fan of it. So, if you loved this heartfelt anime and the relationship that they have I ...
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  • Heartwarming and Heartfelt
    This story is a wonderful tale about a bachelor taking in a young child and learning to raise her (and learning about himself in the process.) The ending is actually quite satisfying for me, and I really feel like watching it makes me feel happy. Not many anime make me enjoy myself like that anymore. The songs are great, the characters are so authentic, the situations range from serious and deep ...
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