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Do niedawna Koko żyła w przekonaniu, że czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie ci, którzy posiadają ku temu wrodzone predyspozycje. Ale wszystko zmieniło się w dniu, gdy trafiła pod skrzydła sympatycznego czarodzieja Qifreya i zaczęła zgłębiać arkana magii. Pewnego dnia wraz z nim i pozostałymi uczennicami odwiedza miasto czarodziejów Karn, by wybrać odpowiednią dla siebie różd Do niedawna Koko żyła w przekonaniu, że czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie ci, którzy posiadają ku temu wrodzone predyspozycje. Ale wszystko zmieniło się w dniu, gdy trafiła pod skrzydła sympatycznego czarodzieja Qifreya i zaczęła zgłębiać arkana magii. Pewnego dnia wraz z nim i pozostałymi uczennicami odwiedza miasto czarodziejów Karn, by wybrać odpowiednią dla siebie różdżkę. Jednak w wyniku machinacji tajemniczego czarodzieja w masce dziewczęta trafiają do nieznanego sobie miejsca, którego strzeże przerażający smok... Czy czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie wybrani? A może również ci, którzy dążą do tego ciężką pracą? //opis wydawcy


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Do niedawna Koko żyła w przekonaniu, że czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie ci, którzy posiadają ku temu wrodzone predyspozycje. Ale wszystko zmieniło się w dniu, gdy trafiła pod skrzydła sympatycznego czarodzieja Qifreya i zaczęła zgłębiać arkana magii. Pewnego dnia wraz z nim i pozostałymi uczennicami odwiedza miasto czarodziejów Karn, by wybrać odpowiednią dla siebie różd Do niedawna Koko żyła w przekonaniu, że czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie ci, którzy posiadają ku temu wrodzone predyspozycje. Ale wszystko zmieniło się w dniu, gdy trafiła pod skrzydła sympatycznego czarodzieja Qifreya i zaczęła zgłębiać arkana magii. Pewnego dnia wraz z nim i pozostałymi uczennicami odwiedza miasto czarodziejów Karn, by wybrać odpowiednią dla siebie różdżkę. Jednak w wyniku machinacji tajemniczego czarodzieja w masce dziewczęta trafiają do nieznanego sobie miejsca, którego strzeże przerażający smok... Czy czarodziejami mogą zostać jedynie wybrani? A może również ci, którzy dążą do tego ciężką pracą? //opis wydawcy

30 review for とんがり帽子のアトリエ 2 特装版 [Tongari bōshi no atelier 2 Limited Edition]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    I am reading all these depressing(ly realistic) books about climate change and the end of the world, so it is refreshing to once again experience this effervescently hopeful and positive vision of a world inhabited by a girl, Coco, who wants to be a witch. Her idea is that magic exists not to demonize and create fear, as in Halloween, but to make the world a better place, as in wicca, maybe. Thus, when this volume opens as the apprentices face a Dragon, her First Big Spell is "The Dragon Disable I am reading all these depressing(ly realistic) books about climate change and the end of the world, so it is refreshing to once again experience this effervescently hopeful and positive vision of a world inhabited by a girl, Coco, who wants to be a witch. Her idea is that magic exists not to demonize and create fear, as in Halloween, but to make the world a better place, as in wicca, maybe. Thus, when this volume opens as the apprentices face a Dragon, her First Big Spell is "The Dragon Disabler Cushion" where the dragon is enticed to just curl up and go to sleep! Peaceful solutions to conflict! I wish every page could be colored such as the cover, just gorgeous, but really, the drawing is still gorgeous. I like the technology, all the different sigils, the aesthetics required in the work, the art, link rings (for doing wee spells), using magic for good, as in cooking carapace yam and egg sandwiches, the knights moralis, the rain cleaver, Olruggio--the watchful eye. The title "Witch Hat Atelier" is in itself a signal (sigil) of Shirahama's deeper commitment to aesthetics, of attention to cool names for things, and style. Art, beauty, peace, matter.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    The second book of the manga all-girl reduced version of Harry Potter was a real yawner. The girls gotta escape a dragon in a maze and then save some randos from a river that’s burst its banks. What’s the main storyline again? Oh yeah, Coco’s trying to learn magic to save her literally statuesque ma. That’s put on hold for this book! Great… So the dragon - it sounds interesting, no? But this is a very safe, very cutesy-poo kid’s comic so there goes any tension - you know they’ll overcome it easi The second book of the manga all-girl reduced version of Harry Potter was a real yawner. The girls gotta escape a dragon in a maze and then save some randos from a river that’s burst its banks. What’s the main storyline again? Oh yeah, Coco’s trying to learn magic to save her literally statuesque ma. That’s put on hold for this book! Great… So the dragon - it sounds interesting, no? But this is a very safe, very cutesy-poo kid’s comic so there goes any tension - you know they’ll overcome it easily. I expected that but I also wondered what the point of it was. Why transport them to a maze with a dragon in it if the dragon’s not going to relentlessly chase the girls - what’s the goal? It just seemed so pointless and was really boring to read. And unfortunately it continued to be boring. The girls go on a picnic with Master Qifrey, a new adult character called Olruggio shows up and adds nothing to the story beyond exposition on some more new dull characters called the Knights Moralis. Yeesh, no wonder it took me weeks to slog my ass through this crap! The finale is a dreary set-piece where Coco and co. gotta save some people from a river that’s burst its banks. Oh and Coco and Agott have a one-sided rivalry. Zzz… I remain totally impressed with Kamome Shirahama’s gorgeous artwork. I loved all the visuals from the myriad witch hat designs and even the interstitials where, in one, Qifrey is simply lying back on a window seat and it looks incredible. The dragon maze was the only part of the book that didn’t do anything for me as those were just a series of blank walls, but the dragon design was terrific. The second volume of Witch Hat Atelier is pants. There’s just not enough happening here to engage me. The material was thin and too cutesy by far - I’m done with the series!

  3. 5 out of 5

    ¸¸.•*¨*•♫ Mrs. Buttercup •*¨*•♫♪

    I just can't stress enough how beautiful the artwork of this manga is. I truly believe the mangaka is an incredible artist. It might be partially because it's very close to my personal taste, but I also just can't find any mistake in perspective, sizes etc. as it happens sometimes in mangas; and the ink work is just astonishing. Also the story is becoming increasingly interesting and I love all the characters (even after the inevitable clichés); as the plot progresses, I'm realizing how the world I just can't stress enough how beautiful the artwork of this manga is. I truly believe the mangaka is an incredible artist. It might be partially because it's very close to my personal taste, but I also just can't find any mistake in perspective, sizes etc. as it happens sometimes in mangas; and the ink work is just astonishing. Also the story is becoming increasingly interesting and I love all the characters (even after the inevitable clichés); as the plot progresses, I'm realizing how the world-building, even if not 100% original, is complex and satisfactory, and I like the magic system very much. I just can't stress enough how much I would recommend this manga to anyone who has my same taste in drawings (whimsical, magical and reminiscent of traditional fairy tale illustrations), or to literally anyone for that matter. Incidentally, I would love if some of my friend could recommend to me any manga/anime which has a similar style. Simply wonderful!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andre

    5/5✨ Love love love this series

  5. 4 out of 5

    breana / milkyboos ♡

    i’m in danger of becoming obsessed pls send help

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jen - The Tolkien Gal

    I have a review written down, will be posting it soon. My 2021 resolution is to stay alive. And review more. I miss everyone on here. I have a review written down, will be posting it soon. My 2021 resolution is to stay alive. And review more. I miss everyone on here.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    The four apprentices must work together to escape a maze with a dragon at its heart, giving this volume a very strong start.The relationship between the open and positive Coco and the closed and negative Agott is the core of the book, but the art is the star.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    6 sigil-filled stars! That ending though!!!!! :O I can confidently say that this is my new current favourite manga - the illustrations are exquisite, the characters are fascinating and slightly complex, the world-building enchanting and the story captivating!!! RTC

  9. 4 out of 5

    rain

    the excellence the brilliance the adorableness

  10. 5 out of 5

    Justine

    4.5 There is more action; the reader learns more about the magic system and the universe and a little about Agathe's past; links form between the different characters, and I just LOVE groups living together! And I still love the humour Coco brings to the series! And, of course, it's obvious, but it has to be said: the illustrations are just gorgeous!! Can't wait to know more in the third volume! 4.5 There is more action; the reader learns more about the magic system and the universe and a little about Agathe's past; links form between the different characters, and I just LOVE groups living together! And I still love the humour Coco brings to the series! And, of course, it's obvious, but it has to be said: the illustrations are just gorgeous!! Can't wait to know more in the third volume!

  11. 4 out of 5

    David

    A very charming series, with beautiful illustrations and an endearing protagonist on a heroine's journey. Volume two picks up where volume one ended, at a cliffhanger with a dragon. Four little witches have to figure out how to get past a beast that's no joke, but they are not D&D characters, so though Agott (the most serious and studious among them) lets loose with a wall of fire, the dragon is unimpressed. They have to devise a more clever and nonviolent solution. Then they go back to their atel A very charming series, with beautiful illustrations and an endearing protagonist on a heroine's journey. Volume two picks up where volume one ended, at a cliffhanger with a dragon. Four little witches have to figure out how to get past a beast that's no joke, but they are not D&D characters, so though Agott (the most serious and studious among them) lets loose with a wall of fire, the dragon is unimpressed. They have to devise a more clever and nonviolent solution. Then they go back to their atelier, where Coco continues to be pursued by the mysterious masked witches who hide their faces, and Agott continues to be determined not to bend or soften towards Coco, who's just so darned nice that it's hard to keep being unfriendly. Much of this volume is about the four kids continuing to learn and flex their abilities. We meet their master Qifrey's partner Olruggio, another adult witch who's less kindly and gentle than Qifrey, but still an upright, responsible role model. Finally, there is a carriage accident in a flooded river, requiring the help of witches and many tests of skill, resolve, and rule-following for Coco and friends, ending in another cliffhanger, a confrontation with the Knights Moralis, the witch law enforcers. If there's any drawback to the story, it's that it's clearly aimed at kids, so there is not a lot of excitement or real danger. The dragon is scary, but we never actually fear anyone is going to get eaten. When the witches have to save a bunch of mundanes from drowning, it's almost certain no one will die. The tension between Agott and Coco is mostly one-sided -- Coco is oblivious to most of Agott's hostility, and just takes Agott's criticism with a self-effacing smile. This is a charming little adventure but not an epic quest full of drama and daring deeds.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Also still amazing. Agott is still a twit, but now she's a twit with a reason. Also still amazing. Agott is still a twit, but now she's a twit with a reason.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Romie

    seeing Coco being so passionate about magic and trying her best to learn as much as she can is so heartwarming but omg this ending I'm *screams* seeing Coco being so passionate about magic and trying her best to learn as much as she can is so heartwarming but omg this ending I'm *screams*

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

    The story progresses and my feelings towards these characters and their world and the magic and the story just continue to grow too.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Karina

    Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Witch Hat Atelier is one of the best manga debuts of 2019, this is a must-read series! The characters, story, world, magic system--everything is fantastic!! (´▽`ʃƪ) 💞 Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 2 Review 🌿💜✨ Volume 2 delves deeper into the enchanting world, delightful cast of characters, and complex, yet whimsical magic system! As Coco and the other witches escape an enchanted/abandoned city trying to escape a dragon, Shirahama wastes no time reminding us of the powerful themes of p Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Witch Hat Atelier is one of the best manga debuts of 2019, this is a must-read series! The characters, story, world, magic system--everything is fantastic!! (´▽`ʃƪ) 💞 Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 2 Review 🌿💜✨ Volume 2 delves deeper into the enchanting world, delightful cast of characters, and complex, yet whimsical magic system! As Coco and the other witches escape an enchanted/abandoned city trying to escape a dragon, Shirahama wastes no time reminding us of the powerful themes of perseverance and dedication that weave their way into the story! Then, the apprentice witches are faced with a task that will test not only the strength of their magic, but themselves! It was great to return to this world again and although I adore all the characters, this volume focuses more on Agott, who doesn't really want Coco in the way at first. But as the volume progresses, she leans just how powerful and inspiring Coco can be! Coco continues to improve her skills, but its clear she'll have obstacles to face ahead! There's also new introductions such as Qifrey's best friend & fellow Atelier assistant Olruggio, alongside the defenders of magic, the Knights Moralis! The artwork continues to be detailed and breathtaking! The panels present the story so incredibly well and I continue to be in awe of how everything comes together so perfectly--the art, characters, development, world building, magical lore, and new character introductions---that all keep the story moving and immersive! What I adore about volume 2 is how it continues to expand on the complex magic system yet its added a whole other layer to it as we learn new spells, rules, and more about the world itself that continues to add such depth as we continue to explore! Coco, Qifrey, and Agott are my favorite characters of both volumes so far, but I can't can't wait to learn more about the others b/c I loved them all! <3 Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 2 will leave you wanting the next volume as soon as you reach that last page! I can't wait for Volume 3, this series just gets better and better!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lata

    Light in tone, with beautiful artwork. The characterization is a little predictable, but it’s a pleasant read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    I adore every character in this series. The art sweeps me away into another world and sometimes I just have to sit and stare at it for a while to absorb every detail of it!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nelson

    Volume 1 was flawless, volume 2 is better.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Delia

    Adoreeee this series will all my heart

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marta

    The series continues strong in the second volume. The girls have to work together to get out of the tough spot the last volume left them in, and even though Coco does not have the skill and training, she is the one with the ideas. There is quite a bit of character development here too, focusing on Agott. We learn that her drive to excel stems from being put down in her family. We meet a new dweller of the atelier (it beats me why can’t we call it “cottage”, like every respectable witch does in D The series continues strong in the second volume. The girls have to work together to get out of the tough spot the last volume left them in, and even though Coco does not have the skill and training, she is the one with the ideas. There is quite a bit of character development here too, focusing on Agott. We learn that her drive to excel stems from being put down in her family. We meet a new dweller of the atelier (it beats me why can’t we call it “cottage”, like every respectable witch does in Discworld), Olruggio, a surly man who is quite literally a wizard with cloth. Me thinks this will be important. We also meet the Knights Moralis, who police forbidden magic, and come with angelic faces and shining armor (quite an upgrade on the Ministry of Magic). They look more like a fully armored Pallas Athena than men or wizards. I have gotten used to Mr Quifry looking like a girl, but now I wish he really was a woman because right now we have all male authority figures and four female apprentices. I think you could just call him Ms Qifry and be done with it, no art change is necessary... Seems that cliff-hangers are getting standard.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah (treesofreverie) McMahon

    This series just keeps becoming more delightful! The magic in these pages is electric and I love watching the young apprentices reveal more of their personalities and nuances to us. There are pages within this book (as in volume 1) where I keep feeling drawn back to certain pages of artwork. The visuals in these works are truly inspiring and captivating, I love how it makes me want to sit down with my sketchbook for hours and explore the magic of a nib and ink! The pacing in these books is perfe This series just keeps becoming more delightful! The magic in these pages is electric and I love watching the young apprentices reveal more of their personalities and nuances to us. There are pages within this book (as in volume 1) where I keep feeling drawn back to certain pages of artwork. The visuals in these works are truly inspiring and captivating, I love how it makes me want to sit down with my sketchbook for hours and explore the magic of a nib and ink! The pacing in these books is perfect with the delights of mystery and innocence drawing me in, then suddenly twists and struggles of strong emotional depth are thrown in with just the right balance. I can't wait to continue this series!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rachel (Kalanadi)

    3.5 stars

  23. 5 out of 5

    Noura Khalid (theperksofbeingnoura)

    *sigh* this manga is as great as always

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Kolenda

    Coco, your perfect cinnamon roll, I’m rooting for you! 🥺❤️

  25. 5 out of 5

    Colleen Earle

    I loved this book so much. Volume 2 was a lot darker and more stressful than volume 1. A lot happened All of these characters are just so wonderful I can’t wait to read the 3 volume

  26. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The art’s soo goood 👌👌👌

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alyssah Roxas

    I'm starting to love this manga. I want more!!! I'm starting to love this manga. I want more!!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anika O.

    It's getting more intense!! I really like the plot and all the characters :3 It's getting more intense!! I really like the plot and all the characters :3

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    A belated contribution to Asian month 🤲🤲

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karissa

    Series Info/Source: This is the second book in the Witch Hat Atelier series. I got this book as a Mother’s Day gift. Right now there are six books in this series with the 7th to be published in the USA in December. Story (5/5): I continue to really love this story. It’s full of magic and adventure and I really enjoy it a ton. It starts out right where the first volume left off, Coco and her fellow apprentices are transported to a tower with a dragon in it by a strange masked witch. They are force Series Info/Source: This is the second book in the Witch Hat Atelier series. I got this book as a Mother’s Day gift. Right now there are six books in this series with the 7th to be published in the USA in December. Story (5/5): I continue to really love this story. It’s full of magic and adventure and I really enjoy it a ton. It starts out right where the first volume left off, Coco and her fellow apprentices are transported to a tower with a dragon in it by a strange masked witch. They are forced to face off against the dragon in order to escape. We also meet the other witch who resides in their residence and learn about how much he likes to tinker and build things. Characters (5/5): I enjoy all of the characters in this manga immensely. They are all well done. So far a reasonable number of characters have been introduced and it’s been easy to keep track of and follow. Setting (5/5): I loved getting to journey to the magical town of Kalhn and the face off with the dragon. This is an excellent fantasy setting and there is some excellent world-building in here. Writing/Drawing Style (5/5): This story has been very engaging and easy to follow. I think the drawing throughout is some of the best I have seen in a manga. The detail is beautiful and it’s just amazing to look at. I really, really love how this manga is drawn. My Summary (5/5): Overall I continue to really love this series a ton. It is so beautifully drawn and I really enjoy the story and characters as well. This is just a nice story full of enthusiastic characters. It’s one that is great for all ages but still really engaging for adults. I absolutely love it and can’t wait to get the next volume in it!

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