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Old 2017-03-12, 03:21   Link #1
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Mitsuboshi Colors Anticipation



Manga 'Mitsuboshi Colors' is getting an anime adaptation.

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The "Colors" are three cute little girls who hang out together and say they're protecting the peace of their city. They have lots of fun together, doing stuff like playing games, solving puzzles, and going to the zoo. This manga follows their largely happy daily life.
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Old 2017-03-12, 05:23   Link #2
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I love those little brats and been following the manga since it began, glad it's been getting an anime
It will probably be a short tho
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Old 2017-03-12, 05:58   Link #3
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I love those little brats and been following the manga since it began, glad it's been getting an anime
It will probably be a short tho
Not really. Silver Link may adapt it the same way as they did with NNB.
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Old 2017-03-12, 08:24   Link #4
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Nice, now humanity is saved. We finally able to see Colors in animation soon! ;D
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Old 2017-03-12, 08:55   Link #5
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Hmm ... this one is not bad for me, but it has never blown me out of the water per se. Same mangaka who does Hitoribocchi if I remember correctly.

Kinda curious to see if a different medium will be able to make the story more engaging for me....
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Old 2017-03-12, 09:24   Link #6
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Hmm ... this one is not bad for me, but it has never blown me out of the water per se.
I'll give the anime a chance when it comes out. I have a soft spot for Ueno park and environs, it's near where I usually stay when I visit Tokyo and I often take an early morning walk around the pond before breakfast. Seeing the same places appear in the manga is kinda interesting (also the DS crowd outside the Akiba Yodobashi Camera store is a real thing...)
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Old 2017-07-26, 10:39   Link #7
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Old 2017-07-26, 10:58   Link #8
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ROFL. Why the hell not.
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Old 2017-07-26, 12:41   Link #9
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This manga didn't really engage me. There's nothing bad about it, and I'm sure it will be quite cute as an anime, but it just felt like it was lacking something to make me want to stick with it.
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Old 2017-07-26, 23:17   Link #10
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This series does have some good random/what the? moments that characterize some of the more memorable interactions we have children ... but even so - nothing compared to, say, Yotsuba, or even a humbler level Renge.
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Old 2017-07-27, 01:59   Link #11
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Old 2017-07-27, 05:49   Link #12
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Thread title update?

Anyway, although I prefer Hitoribocchi myself (another series from the same author), this isn't a bad series at all. If you're enjoying cute girl destroying humanity protecting the peace of their city doing kids stuff, then this might be for you .

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Old 2017-07-27, 06:32   Link #13
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http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5uy9vd
For the people who couldn't see it because of region blocking.
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Old 2017-12-09, 06:02   Link #14
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Old 2018-01-07, 11:46   Link #15
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Episode 1:

I have to admit, this was a fun episode from what this show has to offer. The OP song is catchy with some colorful characters. The three main kids of the show really brings out the energy from this episode. They behave in the way I expect kids to so far.

Besides that, I think the comedy of this episode is done well. Fun stuff, got what I had expected overall from the first episode.

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