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ますます人気の王道魔法ファンタジー第4巻! 限定版は著者選定の「とんがり帽子の塗り絵に適した12色」色鉛筆と塗り絵付き!


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ますます人気の王道魔法ファンタジー第4巻! 限定版は著者選定の「とんがり帽子の塗り絵に適した12色」色鉛筆と塗り絵付き!

30 review for とんがり帽子のアトリエ 4 限定版 [Tongari Boushi no Atelier 4: Limited Edition]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    A continuation of one of the very best manga series going, the story of young girl Coco who now is fully integrated into the atelier. The challenge here is the second test for the apprentices, "The Sincerity of the Shield," wherein they must shepherd some feathered friends through several scary challenges, including a flying, snaking road and some "brimhat"witches. Cool stuff you'd only see in younger fantasy, maybe: *Scaled wolves (that's right, wolves with scales; why? Because fantasy and inven A continuation of one of the very best manga series going, the story of young girl Coco who now is fully integrated into the atelier. The challenge here is the second test for the apprentices, "The Sincerity of the Shield," wherein they must shepherd some feathered friends through several scary challenges, including a flying, snaking road and some "brimhat"witches. Cool stuff you'd only see in younger fantasy, maybe: *Scaled wolves (that's right, wolves with scales; why? Because fantasy and invention) *Olruggio's invention of "snugstones" (that keeps you warm wherever you go) * Myrphons (basically cuter and cuddlier gryphons) Not a fan of the cloyingly cute "brush buddy," basically a worm that is around when you are drawing (though this very creature might be awesome for VERY young readers, who may really like it SOOOOO much. . .) But the art and the positivity are the keys to making this one fun and better than average fantasy manga.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Oh, no! An evil agent of Voldemort the brimmed cap with an eyeball design attacks the friends of Harry Potter Coco during the O.W.L. "Sincerity of the Shield" exam. Nice art and good characters make up for the story not breaking any new ground. Oh, no! An evil agent of Voldemort the brimmed cap with an eyeball design attacks the friends of Harry Potter Coco during the O.W.L. "Sincerity of the Shield" exam. Nice art and good characters make up for the story not breaking any new ground.

  3. 4 out of 5

    ¸¸.•*¨*•♫ Mrs. Buttercup •*¨*•♫♪

    This story becomes more interesting with each chapter! And all the new characters that are being introduced are so interesting! I am having so much fun following this series. I can't remember when I was so exited for a new volume of a manga in a very long time 🤩🤩 And aaah those drawings!!! 🤩🤩 This story becomes more interesting with each chapter! And all the new characters that are being introduced are so interesting! I am having so much fun following this series. I can't remember when I was so exited for a new volume of a manga in a very long time 🤩🤩 And aaah those drawings!!! 🤩🤩

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Another great addition to the series!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    How am I going to wait until the nebulous "Spring 2020" for the next volume?! How am I going to wait until the nebulous "Spring 2020" for the next volume?!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    The beauty and wonders of this world continue to blow me away. I adore the characters more and more with every volume, their curiosity, loyalty, and determination. So wholesome!! And brush buddies are now my favorite magical creature of all time, what precious little fuzzies!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Camille Oquendo

    I NEED VOL. 5 & 6 NOW!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Maia

    I was SOOOOOO excited when my library announced they would start doing curbside pickup of holds because I knew I would get to read this book at last, which was on hold for me when the library closed in March! In this volume, two of Coco's classmates at the Atelier face their second test, another with a very shy apprentice with low self-esteem from another school. As always, the story is rich with new spells, new magical creatures, and hints of the dark forces that are trying to bring back forbid I was SOOOOOO excited when my library announced they would start doing curbside pickup of holds because I knew I would get to read this book at last, which was on hold for me when the library closed in March! In this volume, two of Coco's classmates at the Atelier face their second test, another with a very shy apprentice with low self-esteem from another school. As always, the story is rich with new spells, new magical creatures, and hints of the dark forces that are trying to bring back forbidden power from the past. Reading these books makes me want to draw; they are so beautiful, from the page layouts to the costume design to the body language- seriously, one of the best manga series I've ever read!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Justine

    4.5 I like the direction the story's taking: more mystery, more action, and choices to make for our witches! Can't wait to know and see more! Still 100% charmed by Coco and the lightness she brings to the story! Really want to read the fifth volume! 4.5 I like the direction the story's taking: more mystery, more action, and choices to make for our witches! Can't wait to know and see more! Still 100% charmed by Coco and the lightness she brings to the story! Really want to read the fifth volume!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alyssah Roxas

    I WANT MORE OF THIS!!!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I don’t know what we did to deserve this series

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bogi Takács

    Continuing to really like this series, see also my reviews of previous volumes. The art continues to be stellar, the story is exciting, the worldbuilding is intriguing - in this volume there is also magical telecommunication with a telegraph-like device. We get ample character development while the apprentices are trying to get through a trial. I think now the series also passes the Fries test, because this volume introduces an apprentice who has severe anxiety. Again magic is used as a form of a Continuing to really like this series, see also my reviews of previous volumes. The art continues to be stellar, the story is exciting, the worldbuilding is intriguing - in this volume there is also magical telecommunication with a telegraph-like device. We get ample character development while the apprentices are trying to get through a trial. I think now the series also passes the Fries test, because this volume introduces an apprentice who has severe anxiety. Again magic is used as a form of assistive technology to help him deal with his anxiety. However, (view spoiler)[he gets turned into a monster by one of the enemy witches soon afterward (hide spoiler)] , and the situation is not resolved by the end of the volume. I have a library hold for the next two volumes, so hopefully I'll find out soon enough! (There is also a third character who might be disabled? (view spoiler)[Qifrey is really hiding something about his right eye, but I think that might be because he is hiding something about his blood, because his face gets injured and he doesn't want Coco to touch him. (hide spoiler)] We'll see.) ____ Source of the book: Lawrence Public Library

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Schnoebelen

    The second test has been scheduled for Agott but unbeknownst to her, Richeh will be joining her as well due to a last minute edition by their teacher. With a unique approach to being tested on doing magic in public, the apprentices will need to traverse a cave that has long ago been enchanted with ancient and forbidden magic. This volume was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed how much we learned about the history of magic in this world but also how different types of spells can be used for unique si The second test has been scheduled for Agott but unbeknownst to her, Richeh will be joining her as well due to a last minute edition by their teacher. With a unique approach to being tested on doing magic in public, the apprentices will need to traverse a cave that has long ago been enchanted with ancient and forbidden magic. This volume was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed how much we learned about the history of magic in this world but also how different types of spells can be used for unique situations. The constant threat of the brimmed hats is also presents an interest influence on learning about the balance of magic. The biggest strength this series has is its world building and I absolutely love every bit of detail we get. Can’t wait to learn more!

  14. 5 out of 5

    may ➹

    I love these books and I love the character arcs we got a glimpse at, but this volume didn’t feel like it really completed those and I was surprised when I reached the end because I was expecting more

  15. 4 out of 5

    Fei

    3.75 Always gorgeous but the story was less compelling than the previous volumes for me. It's still good anyway :) 3.75 Always gorgeous but the story was less compelling than the previous volumes for me. It's still good anyway :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Beautiful artwork and story. The characters are lovable and relatable- great series so far 👌👌

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mateen Mahboubi

    Good volume. Packing everything in one location allowed lots of good opportunities to move the character development forward. Can't stop rooting for these young witches to find their way and overcome adversity. Looking forward to the next volume. Good volume. Packing everything in one location allowed lots of good opportunities to move the character development forward. Can't stop rooting for these young witches to find their way and overcome adversity. Looking forward to the next volume.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Delaney

    This is going to be the best part of my whole week. I love this series and the artwork SO much, and I loved this volume, and can't wait for the next one! This is going to be the best part of my whole week. I love this series and the artwork SO much, and I loved this volume, and can't wait for the next one!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kayt O'Bibliophile

    The story continues, and it's thoroughly enjoyable--getting to know more about the witches' world, the creatures and magic and how everything works. We find the second test that witches-in-training must take: "The Sincerity of the Shield," where the young witches must guide young birds along the Yellow Brick Road a twisting magical path, all while disguised via magical cloaks. If they fall, get separated from their birdy charges, or the birds realize they're human, they fail. Coco, our protagonist The story continues, and it's thoroughly enjoyable--getting to know more about the witches' world, the creatures and magic and how everything works. We find the second test that witches-in-training must take: "The Sincerity of the Shield," where the young witches must guide young birds along the Yellow Brick Road a twisting magical path, all while disguised via magical cloaks. If they fall, get separated from their birdy charges, or the birds realize they're human, they fail. Coco, our protagonist, isn't take the test, so we get to see more of her housemates. I have to say that I don't find Agott (our slightly-snooty from-a-famous-classy-family perfectionist) and Richeh (a very stubborn girl) the most compelling of characters, Agott we've already spent some time with in-story, so we know her deal: she doesn't really think Coco, an outsider, should be learning magic, and is having her black-and-white ways of thinking challenged. Richeh's material is new. We see her hating to study spells, and while her whole backstory hasn't been presented yet, it's made clear that she's upset by something in her past, and she considers studying existing spells a waste of time. Anything that she doesn't come up with herself, if she studies it, she believes she risks tainting her thoughts. She fears being like others, being forced to be molded in a way she doesn't determine. And she masks that fear with anger and stubbornness. It...gets old, really fast, honestly. She doesn't so much as want to LOOK at a spell glyph designed by someone else. She doesn't want help, or advice. OK, 11-year-old. The more we learn about this world, the more I dislike it (not that I dislike the story), and I think that's the point. The witching world is incredibly rule-structured and hierarchical, in part (it seems) in response to problems caused in the distant past, when those with magic did as they pleased. So they've swung far in the other direction, as evidenced in volume 3 when a group of magical adults were ready to wipe Coco's memory because of a perceived rule violation, without so much as finding out what actually happened. If the series does not eventually address this, I will be extremely disappointed. So the bulk of the story is Agott, Richeh, and another apprentice Euini's trial/journey. It's more character-focused than story, and of course it ends on a cliffhanger.(view spoiler)[ The Brimmed Hat witches show up again, as expected, and we really gotta wonder why they're so obsessed with tweens. Agott makes the connection between them and Coco--they only show up when Coco is around, so she rightfully deduces that they want *something* to do with Coco overall. What that is, exactly, has yet to be revealed. (hide spoiler)]

  20. 4 out of 5

    Doc

    Ambushed by the Brimmed Caps. Each apprentice under Qifrey's care has their own ways to learn magic but to pass from apprentice to full fledged witch trials must be passed and this volume contains the "Sincerity of the Shield" where the participants must escort strange creatures named Myrphons through a magical path. This volume not only show us how each person grows but also continues to show us this unique world and also the dangers of an enemy who is not limited by rules you have to follow or Ambushed by the Brimmed Caps. Each apprentice under Qifrey's care has their own ways to learn magic but to pass from apprentice to full fledged witch trials must be passed and this volume contains the "Sincerity of the Shield" where the participants must escort strange creatures named Myrphons through a magical path. This volume not only show us how each person grows but also continues to show us this unique world and also the dangers of an enemy who is not limited by rules you have to follow or indeed remorse for others. While on the trial Agott and Richeh are joined by unknown apprentice Euini entering the Serpentback Cave with their charges and proctor Alaira they will face challenges that arise normally from this ancient path requiring the apprentices to overcome them with subtly and skill but something else awaits them as one particular member of the Brimmed Caps sets their plans into motion. Temptations are given a chance to flourish but we will have to see who if any will fall to such a ploy next time. Come for the story and the action. Stay for the eye candy and fantastic world which is Witch Hat Atelier. :)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marta

    The action leaps into full force here, as the trial for the apprentices evolves into a full confrontation with the Brimmed Caps, and Agott, Richeh and newcomer Euini have to step up to the task - which they do by combining their strengths. Character development in this volume is focused on Richeh, who has developed a strong aversion to use any spell not developed by her; and on Euini, who has a serious case of talking himself into believing that he cannot do anything right and that he is a terri The action leaps into full force here, as the trial for the apprentices evolves into a full confrontation with the Brimmed Caps, and Agott, Richeh and newcomer Euini have to step up to the task - which they do by combining their strengths. Character development in this volume is focused on Richeh, who has developed a strong aversion to use any spell not developed by her; and on Euini, who has a serious case of talking himself into believing that he cannot do anything right and that he is a terrible failure. Richeh helps him cope, in turn Agott makes Richeh realize that knowing a wider variety of spells makes her more helpful in unexpected situations. The art is strong with this one. Shirahama employs the graphics to tell part of the story, such as depicting Euini in shackles to symbolize how much he paralyzes himself. I also enjoyed the gravity defying quality of the serpent road, and as usual, the sumptuous curles of Agott. A strong volume.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    A thrilling addition to the already addictive series, this fourth volume finds our witches completing the second test. Well, some of the witches - Agott, Richeh, and a newbie, Euini, take the test, while young Coco hangs back in a secondary role. It's great to see the trio team up, problem solve, and grow as they're confronted not just with the test, but with a big bad brimmed cap witch! There's also some welcome world building with the revelation that brimmed vs. pointy caps is basically the sa A thrilling addition to the already addictive series, this fourth volume finds our witches completing the second test. Well, some of the witches - Agott, Richeh, and a newbie, Euini, take the test, while young Coco hangs back in a secondary role. It's great to see the trio team up, problem solve, and grow as they're confronted not just with the test, but with a big bad brimmed cap witch! There's also some welcome world building with the revelation that brimmed vs. pointy caps is basically the same as the dark side of the Force vs. the light side. Not exactly ground-breaking, but it clarifies the good/evil dynamic and offers a clear path for future drama.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Daphne

    Best volume yet! I love the direction the story is going and am intrigued by what's happening. I'm also becoming attached to all of the characters. The art is still gorgeous and is probably my favorite art from any manga I've read before. This is such a sweet and wholesome series. I'm really excited to read the next volume! Best volume yet! I love the direction the story is going and am intrigued by what's happening. I'm also becoming attached to all of the characters. The art is still gorgeous and is probably my favorite art from any manga I've read before. This is such a sweet and wholesome series. I'm really excited to read the next volume!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anniken Haga

    I feel like the story in this series has only grown stronger since the last volume. It is clearly moving forward and we're starting to get a picture of why things are happening. The art is still great and I love the magic-system. It is fun and original and I wanna know it! So ready to read on! I feel like the story in this series has only grown stronger since the last volume. It is clearly moving forward and we're starting to get a picture of why things are happening. The art is still great and I love the magic-system. It is fun and original and I wanna know it! So ready to read on!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    Well...this is no longer the light-hearted romp it started off as O.o Still great though.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    This is becoming one of my favorite mangas, with every volume it delivers more amazing art and storytelling.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Malex

    The story is too slow for me but the last 25% of this book were really great and motivated me to read the next one!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sina Tavoosi

    It's getting better and better. :) It's getting better and better. :)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Klassen

    My favourite in the series so far!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lucía Mira

    This is getting darker and gayer and im enjoying every fucking part of it

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