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Tanpopo Volume 2

(Tanpopo #2)

4.36  ·  Rating details ·  25 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Free from the restraints of the purely analytical mind, Tanpopo laves the safety of knowledge to explore the realm of the unknown... emotion. Her companion, Kuro, stays true to his word, granting Tanpopo her wish of experiencing emotions. Little does Tanpopo know that the Devil has a surprise in store, and a painful first lesson in what it means to be human.

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Paperback, First Edition , 52 pages
Published 2009 by d'Errico Studios
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Lindsay
Aug 09, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Free from a purely analytical mind, Tanpopo leaves the safety that knowledge provides and explores the realm of the unknown... emotion. Kuro, her devil in disguise companion, stays true and grants her wish to experience the emotion of the real world, but little does she know he has a surprise in store, a painful lesson in what it means to be human.

Volume 2 marks a return to d'Errico's familiar manga style of art. Every page is so striking, bright colours, yellows and pinks and blues, combined wi
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Anna Martino
Tanpopo experiences anger, horror and the prospect of death in Volume 2. The imagery is startling and shocking and horrifying like the texts from which they are inspired by. Absolutely fascinating and wonderful.
Chapter 1 is inspired by Richard III by William Shakespeare; Alone by Edgar Allan Poe and Two Loves I have of Comfort and Despair by William Shakespeare
Chapter 2 is inspired by 2 of Edgar Allan Poe's short stories.
Chapter 3 is based on The City of Brass in 1001 Arabian Nights as well as
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Hannah
Feb 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
As I said about Tanpopo 1, these are difficult books to review. This is not simply an illustrated narrative. This is a unique mode of storytelling where pictures and poetry come together, and relate to and rely on one another to express the artist's vision. Tanpopo 2 continues the story of a young girl whos agreed to follow the devil into the world, in order to learn what it means to be human and to have human emotions. Kuro (the devil) has transformed into a dark haired boy with bright eyes and ...more
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Apr 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
Same review as for v.1 - 4 stars for the graphics, presentation, and concept. 3 stars for the actual content, which was difficult for me to enjoy.
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Camilla d’Errico is a product of her split heritage, Italian and Canadian rolled into one: Italian fiestiness, Canadian politeness, and an early addiction to Saturday morning cartoons, comics and manga. Growing up she was more often doodling sexy damsels and dragons on her textbooks than reading them. In 1998 when Camilla first attended her first San Diego Comic Con she realised that a 9–5 day job ...more

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