Today's Cerberus, Vol. 2

Today s Cerberus Vol Thus far Chiaki has been settling in to his new life with his new semi canine companion s but happiness still seems a hair out of reach Of course it doesn t help that his partially soulless natur

  • Title: Today's Cerberus, Vol. 2
  • Author: Ato Sakurai
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Thus far, Chiaki has been settling in to his new life with his new, semi canine companion s , but happiness still seems a hair out of reach Of course, it doesn t help that his partially soulless nature has left him a target for monsters And speaking of monsters, it seems one of Chiaki s classmates has a companion of his own, only this one is of the feline variety You knThus far, Chiaki has been settling in to his new life with his new, semi canine companion s , but happiness still seems a hair out of reach Of course, it doesn t help that his partially soulless nature has left him a target for monsters.And speaking of monsters, it seems one of Chiaki s classmates has a companion of his own, only this one is of the feline variety You know what they say about cats and dogs

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    1. If you'd like to watch me fanboy, please click on Today's Cerberus Volume 2 for my youtube review. If you don't want to see me fanboying, just continue reading.What's up, everyone! It's Brandon, and today, I'm bringing you a review of the cutest harem romcom to hit the current market: Today's Cerberus.Today's Cerberus volume 2 begins with a trip to the amusement park. In the last episode, Komone discovered that Kuro is actually Cerberus—well, one of the three heads that make up Cerberus—and [...]

    2. This is such a fun series. I'm not usually one for the slice of life genre, but there's enough personality here that I can't help but enjoy Today's Cerberus. It helps that the characters are all misfits to one degree or another; these are people (and mythological creatures), who've never really learned how to fit in, and seeing them come together and grow as people is really touching in a way. It's a testament to how likable most of them are, that until the end of this volume, there's not really [...]

    3. The second volume of this inventive series is lots of fun and also moves the plot forward somewhat. It's also increasingly similar to Rosario + Vampire in plot and general atmosphere.At first, it was kinda a bit boring, but it got better with the introduction of new Yokai (and other mythological creatures). In general, I really liked it and am eager to read the third volume and find out more of what happened after the cliff-hanger chapter the manga ended on.

    4. Second book, getting more interesting This volume is getting more interesting, starting to reveal some of the characters' backgrounds and relationships. I'm looking forward to where the next volume goes.

    5. Dogs, Cats, & Wolves Much better then the first, now that Chiaki finally has a friend he is one step closer to finding true Joy.

    6. Another entertaining volume. Volume 2 is of Today's Cerberus is just as enjoyable as the first. Many new characters are introduced throughout the volume.

    7. Awesome I can't wait to get the next book in the series and find out what happens in the next book see you all in the funny pages

    8. Increasing danger, good character development, and a gradually growing look at the larger world Chiaki now has to deal with. Good sophomore volume.Review: derailmentsofthought.wordpres

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