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Kotonoba Drive discussion
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Kotonoba Drive discussion

1 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-03 03:37
What do you think of Kotonoba Drive? I think it's nice...
2 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-04 03:52
what?
3 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-04 09:35
It's good. I feel like it has more in common with Aria than YKK, in that it follows a mystery-per-chapter format.

I never finished Kabu no Isaki, but I'm looking forward to continuing Kotonoba Drive.
4 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-09 19:53
>>3
Kabu no Isaki is really mysterious but good.
5 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-10 08:16
>>4
Well, I'll give it another go then! I've always loved Ashinano's aviation illustrations.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2015-04-27 01:59
>>5
Be prepared for the ending, it's a doozy.
7 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-29 22:12
any YKK fans reading this? i really like how minimalist hitoshi's artwork became. the story is still mysterious after 30 chapters
8 Name: Anonymous : 2017-01-30 15:54
>>7
Yep, I prefer it a lot to Kabu no Isaki; think it captures the spirit of the mysteries much better. It's easily as relaxing as YKK to read.
9 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-28 11:45
Yeah, I think its nice too.
New chapter when?
10 Name: Anonymous : 2017-02-28 14:12
Roselia releases them steadily, seven chapters until the end. I hope Ashinano's gonna make a new series next year.
11 Name: Anonymous : 2017-03-05 22:38
I just started reading this last night, after meaning to get around to it for a while. It reminds me of stopping to sit and relax while walking home from work.
I love the art, too. It's simple but beautiful.
12 Name: Anonymous : 2017-03-09 15:53
Every time I see this thread, I think it says ``Konosuba Drive''.
13 Name: Anonymous : 2017-03-10 19:51
>>12
I keep wanting to pronounce the title as "Kotonaba Drive" and I don't know why.
14 Name: Anonymous : 2017-06-02 22:00
I think this is one of the most relaxing manga I've ever read. I'm gonna miss it after we get the last chapter.
15 Name: Anonymous : 2017-06-21 03:20
>>13

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dissimilation
16 Name: Anonymous : 2017-06-21 08:42
>>15
Wow, I didn't know there was a name for this. That's interesting. Thanks!
17 Name: Anonymous : 2017-08-17 15:19
Waiting warmly for the last volume to arrive.
18 Name: Anonymous : 2017-08-17 21:41
>>17
Yeah.
On the one hand, I don't want it to be over. But, on the other hand, there's only a few chapters left.
19 Name: Anonymous : 2018-02-05 13:50
chapter 30 is out from Roselia Scans! 31 soon
20 Name: Anonymous : 2018-02-06 15:20
>>19
Does Ashinano have a project lined up after this, or is this looking like his last?
21 Name: Anonymous : 2018-02-09 12:28
>>20
There hasn't been anything new yet, but between kabu no isaki ending and this one starting there was a 1-2 year pause as well I believe. Afterword of the last volume didn't make it sound like this was his last.
22 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-20 11:39
The last few chapters are finally translated.
23 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-20 23:29
>>22
Finished it now.
Such a good manga. Ashinano really knows how to present simplicity. Those basic unnamable fleeting feelings that you never know when They'll appear.
I'm happy now.
24 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-21 05:21
>>23
I read one last night, and I might finish it tonight.
I think I may try to stretch it out and savor it.
25 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-21 16:56
reread it from the start yesterday. i used to think the art got too minimalistic but i take it back - Ashinano is a master of panel composition
26 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-21 20:05
>>25
I love the panels without dialogue in them. they really convey the magic of Suu-chan's experience.
27 Name: Anonymous : 2018-03-22 10:31
>>25
His panelling is great, there are seldom more than 3 panels on the same page, when there needs to have more he doesn't outline it but uses the lateral space of the page.

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