覆面系ノイズ 2

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  • Paperback
  • 158 pages
  • 覆面系ノイズ 2
  • Ryōko Fukuyama
  • Japanese
  • 14 March 2017
  • 9784592213024

10 thoughts on “覆面系ノイズ 2

  1. Raroshnaw says:

    Who doesn't feel like shouting instead of talking sometimes,who doesn't feel hurt when a promise has been broken and yet you still trying to persue the truth amoung those who once you believe on.

  2. Selena says:

    This series is really starting to grow on me. Volume 1 had me intrigued, and volume 2 has gotten me invested. I'm rooting for Arisugawa. Admittedly, I don't care too much about the love triangle that is going to form (Arisugawa doesn't seem to have romantic feelings for either guy at the moment, but that is bound to change eventually), but I guess depending on how they play their cards, I might end up liking it.

  3. Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer says:

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    Nino Arisugawa grew up with Momo at her side. They held hands and he came when she called. When he suddenly disappears with his family she is crushed. When she meets Yuzu singing his music soothes her soul. Suddenly he leaves her a goodbye in the sand. Because their connection is through music she sings her heart out everyday so that in the future she can find them again.

    This is a review of volumes 1-2 which I read together back to back. See the plot section for my thoughts on the individual volumes.

    The Premise

    Nino is a flighty girl who doesn't really pay attention. Not to worry because her friend Momo is always at her side. Until one day he isn't. GAHHHH I was totally ripped for Nino. I had to read this section a second time but when I did it totally captured my heart. I can see why Nino felt invincible at Momo's side... because it was clear he felt invincible at her side too. This kind of childhood friend... losing them suddenly... yeah it brought on panic attacks. Should a girl feel panicked because the stable person in their life is gone?

    Probably not, but its hard not to relate.

    She clings desperately to what he told her... one day they would meet again through the beacon that is her singing. In the midst of despair she meet another boy, Yuzu, a burgeoning music composer. He develops a crush and she can breathe again. Until he does a vanishing act too! For all of this back story that is built up in Anonymous Noise vol 1-2 we quickly move on to the present where our protagonists meet again!! Yes, and its dramatic, full of angst and topped up with the full range of high school emotions.

    The Buzz

    I really loved that Yuzu had used his feelings for Nino, the Nino he knew was desperate for her missing neighbor boy to form a band! Yes, the young composer plowed all his love into songs for In No Hurry To Shout. I love the turn that the story took when the band was introduced. This is ultimately about unrequited love (isn't that what high school is really about?!) and I really felt for Yuzu and the situation with his band failing.

    Then we have Momo! What a rotten situation to be in... He was quite blessed to turn his composing into a lucrative career for his family. This is all very angst filled but I am intrigued with how their relationships as teens are developing. They aren't going quite where you expect but at the same time its in line with what we've learned about them through Anonymous Noise vol 1-2.

    The Feels

    Yuzu and Nino are in a bit of an emotional dilemma in Anonymous Noise vol 1-2... Their feelings are unrequited. They have opportunities but it will put them in situations that will be emotionally draining but also potentially soothing too. I really felt for both Yuzu and Momo. They seem to have a very, very slow burn bromance going on that is quite exciting to me.

    I typically feel really strongly about the protagonists in any manga I read. And I do really like Yuzu and Momo. I do feel for Nino. The plot was hard to follow at times. I wasn't sure what was happening or what was concluded. I want to bond more with Nino and feel more what she is feeling in the present circumstances. It's there but I felt at a distance from it.

    The Visuals

    TBH the art was hard to follow in Anonymous Noise vol 1-2. It is what caused me to struggle with a manga that really has great relationships and tons of drama. Look at the covers... GORGEOUS! This is one of those times when I feel like COLOR would have clarified a lot. This may be a time when I have to re-read volumes (that really helped me click with the back history in vol 1) or even go for the anime.

    I'm planning on struggling forward. I really love the unusual direction the relationships are taking and the character designs are gorgeous! I just want to be able to understand more. To connect deeper. If I can get into the story's rhythm better I hope to achieve that with vol 3-4.

    Anonymous Noise vol 1-2 is all about unrequited love. Why are these relationships not taken to the next level?! For many reasons that differ for each person. As we follow Nino and her friendship with Yuzu and her reuniting with Momo we'll get to feel all the drama, angst and emotions of high school once again.

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    ⋆ ⋆ ⭐⭐⭐ Plot
    ⋆ ⋆ ⭐⭐⭐ Art

    This is a multi-volume series and there may be references to the plot of those volumes... SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of 1 | 2 |

    You can find this manga review and many others on my book blog every Monday @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews at the bottom of the page.

    Please like this review if you enjoyed it! *bow* *bow* It helps me out a ton!!

  4. Lara says:

    Not really any better than the first volume. I definitely don't like Momo. Also not a big fan of the art style--all huge eyes and huge mouths. I dunno, I'm definitely not feeling invested, but I'll most likely read a couple more volumes, if only because I'm way behind on my reading goal and these are short!

  5. Fiona M says:

    Very enjoyable. Looking forward to seeing where it goes next!!

  6. Liliana says:

    Second book to me was better than the first one.

  7. Patty says:

    MangaMadnessReadathon | November 2019 [Round 8]

    I can’t decide if I want to continue with this series or not. Usually I try to read up to at least vol 3 or 4 before deciding if I will continue with a series or not, but for this one I’m in no rush to get to vol 3...

  8. Sara says:

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    After Miou says Nino’s voice is the bottom of the barrel, Nino decides to practice every day and read books on vocal training so she can one day reach Momo. Yuzu, meanwhile, starts writing blockbuster songs again and can’t work up the courage to ask Nino to be the Alice/lead singer of In No Hurry to Shout. One day, Nino sees the name of another songwriter on an audition sheet, and the first name is Momo. Can it be the same Momo she’s been searching for for the last seven years? She decides to audition for the music company and hopes that she can meet this Momo, but Yuzu can't stomach the thought of Nino singing lead for someone else's band!

    I like that this story is bucking the tradition (slightly) of having everyone be naturally amazing. Nino is putting in work in this volume to better herself and become a stronger singer. She has natural talent, but no one is born an absolutely perfect singer. Meanwhile, there's Yuzu and other songwriters being perfect and writing hits even though they're still in high school and they've had no formal training in composition. There are times when the narrative is a little hard to follow because so much of it is happening within the thoughts of characters. The characters are in school, but the focus is definitely not on any sort of scholarly achievement or studying, which is slightly refreshing and different from most high-school aged manga set in a real world.

    Sara's Rating: 7/10
    Suitability Level: Grades 7-12

  9. Anna says:

    I was very enthusiastic about this series after reading volume 1, but now I'm on the fence whether I want to continue reading more of this story.

    What I did like from this volume: Knowing Momo's backstory from when he moved out to the present, and why he's being so shady about even showing himself to Nino. I mean, the two of them go to the same high school?! Nino, how hard would it be to stalk and find this person you've been searching for for the last six years, girl? I also really liked Miou's character development-- she seems to be the only person in this entire series who is level-headed and candid enough to actually see what's going on and to speak her mind about it.

    What I didn't like: sorry but not sorry, I don't like Nino. She's stubborn and doesn't listen to anybody except when they say something she wants to hear--which I know is a typical trait of many anime/manga characters--but there's only so much repeatedly going around in circles that a reader can take. It's come to the point that I don't feel bad for her anymore when she's rejected by the Boy because it's essentially been broadcasted two chapters ago that she's going to be rejected.

  10. Tanu says:

    I am glad I came across this beautiful book. I am just wondering my life when I have gone through the same stage as Alice a.k.a Nino. I love Yuzu he is so warm heart and somewhere I feel he loves Nino. I want Yuzu to express his feelings for Nino but I also want Nino to forget Momo because he is a crap, a heartless fellow.

    This story has so much to offer and some unanswered questions which I have currently in my mind. why did Momo left ??

    Yuzu the handsome guy who sees his voice in Alice and adores her singing, does he love her??

    Will Nino choose Momo over Yuzu??

    Will Yuzu be able to recover from the illness??

    I am overwhelmed with this beautiful manga. The melody, characters, storyline is just so intense. I have been reading so many manga's but this one just pierced my heart with feeling which most of them I have gone through and I totally understand the pain of Nino. I hope she eventually finds who is made and best for her. This is beautiful and a lyrical manga I have read so far. Totally recommended.

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