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Dr. Slump, Vol. 02 (Dr. Slump #2)

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Robot Arale's curiosity, naivet, and inhuman strength continue to vex her adversaries, including a boastful alien and a bank robber. Illustrations. Rated for teens.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by VIZ Media LLC (first published 1980)
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Sarah Crawford
Feb 21, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
Arale wants to be able to fly. Dr. Slump invents a plan powered by shaking a huge can of cola and then opening it. They end up on a cloud with an oni who controls the weather and immediately they start to cause problems.

The police of Penguin Village, where Arale and the others live, are terrified of Arale's strength.

There's also various activities in the book like coloring in a page.

There's a funny lunch scene, and a scene where Akane ties a rope to Arale, gets on a skateboard and has Arale pull
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I love reading these
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These stories are so wacky and random! Think Looney Tunes behaviour - grabbing the exclamation points off of word bubbles and beating each other with them! Great facial expressions!
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May 14, 2016 Cindy rated it liked it
Not as cute as the second one, and there wasn't as much of the characters as I'd like. But it was still a funny read for those that love manga.
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Shelves: manga, childrens, humor
These books are fun.
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