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Voice Over!: Seiyu Academy, Vol. 2 by [Minami, Maki]
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After their successful first lunchtime broadcast, Hime and the other Stragglers are looking forward to their next chance to wow the school and prove they have what it takes to stay in the program. But the scriptwriter they were counting on to pen their piece has lost her creative spark. Can Senri and Hime work together to jump-start her imagination?

About the Author

Maki Minami is from Saitama Prefecture in Japan. She debuted in 2001 with Kanata no Ao (Faraway Blue). Her other works include Kimi wa Girlfriend (You're My Girlfriend), Mainichi ga Takaramono (Every Day Is a Treasure) and Yuki Atataka (Warm Winter). S•A was serialized in Japan's Hana to Yume magazine and made into an anime in 2008.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 153380 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat; Tra edition (Dec 3 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GS8HKRO
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By Nicola Mansfield HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 5 2014
Format: Paperback
I'm trying to broaden my horizons and find some shoujo that I like. The first volume was funny and sweet, with the voice acting theme being quite interesting. This second volume didn't follow through for me. I found the Ume's crushes to be silly and just didn't connect with characters, except Takayanagi, the boy who can't talk to girls, who I have to admit is cute all around. The students worked on dubbing an anime which I found interesting but then the story took a turn and I will not be continuing the series. One of the female characters is going to start living as a boy and I do not like girls pretending to be boys (or vice verse) plotlines. I do have the next volume though, so I'll give that a fair read and then move on to something else...
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x976e3bb8) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
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HASH(0x9756aeac) out of 5 stars A cute continuation June 20 2014
By Jamie E. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This one was not quite as engaging as the first volume but still good. Once again, the art is lovely and the story is filled with unique, quirky characters.

In this volume Hime's group wants to do another broadcast for the school but they want to set it to animation so they try to team um with Ume for her help. Ume annoyed me. Badly enough that is almost cost this volume 1/2 a star. Her whole existence is based on who her current crush is (if she has one). I wanted to smack her upside the head and tell her to get a real life that isn't so reliant on another. Ugh!

Otherwise it was nice to see how the team works together to complete the project. We get a bit of a better feel for Hime's friends. In this volume, Hime also is presented with a unique offer that seem like it will help set the stage for this series and I look forward to seeing how it will play out. Looks like the pace is about to pick up. Go, Hime!

*I received this as a review copy from Viz Media via Edelweiss. All opinions expressed are strictly my own.*
HASH(0x9756b198) out of 5 stars Very good Sept. 17 2014
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~3.5/5

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]

I was expecting this series to go much slower. Probably because her previous series had a lot of filler, but this volume actually seemed to take a step forward in plot. It makes me even more excited to read the next volume.

Maybe this is a bit weird, but it’s almost a little nostalgic to be reading Minami again. It’s been so long since I read S.A., and I really enjoyed the humor, the characters, and the side bars and bonus comics. It’s lovely seeing the puppet again, especially since this one is a character from this series, but we've also seen the one from S.A.. It’s just great, and I missed it, I guess.

This is very much a character-oriented series, and I really love the band of unique personalities. They’re all so different, shy and loud and violent and cowardly. There are a lot of characters, too, and while there’s still a lot to learn about each of them, I’m already liking most of them.

The first half of the book we saw Ume again, and she got a bigger part. I don’t really think we got in her head, but we did get to see some of her past. I like her quite a bit. And I really enjoyed her interactions with Takayanagi. Takayanagi is violent but shy with girls, and I found his shyness quite adorable. I’m looking forward to seeing more of that.

We got to see some of Hime’s family in this volume, and I wasn’t quite expecting her mother. Hime took a big step forward despite that, though, in her acting career. I wasn’t expecting this, but I’m excited to see where it goes. And I like that she’s able to keep a smile on her face, and be so optimistic, all the time.

I’m hoping to get to know the Aqua boys better, and I’m still liking Tsukino and Mitchy, and hoping to see more of their stories soon. There was very little Senri Kudo in this volume, and I really hope there’s more in the next one. I really liked him in the first one, and I want to see more development with him. Also, I want to comment on the fact that some of the characters have a different font when they talk. It really accentuates their personalities--that some are suave and some are hard-edged. It’s a nice touch.

This was a very nice volume, and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes next.
HASH(0x9756b5d0) out of 5 stars Everything's Coming Together Nicely Dec 28 2013
By Sweet Nothings - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
After reading the first volume of Voice Over I was left a little unsure of what to think regarding the future of the story. Hime has a set goal, sure, but little had happened to explain exactly how she was going to achieve said goal. Searching for some plot answers compelled me to pick up volume 2 and I am very glad I did.

This is a series that spans 12 volumes and I am pleased at the pace the story is progressing. Although others may feel it a tad late to finally have all the plot pieces out on the table at the end of the 2nd volume, I prefer that than rushing in even if it leaves me scratching my head for a bit. The beginning focuses on some supporting character development, but by no means is it irrelevant to the story. I loved the opportunity to get to know at least one of the other "stragglers" better. I found those few chapters heart warming and appreciated the occasional chuckle from such masterfully drawn facial expressions and the way the characters interact with each other is believable and well thought out (the lip-syncing shy-boy scenes were hilarious!) Later on we direct our attention to Hime and discover more about her family life and some more exciting things (I won't spoil it.)

All in all after reading this volume I've officially left the fence and wholeheartedly plan on reading the rest of the series. The pacing is just right, I can dig the story (now that I know where its going), Hime is an above average heroine with a backbone and the guys are cute. If you read the first volume I highly recommend you pick up this volume and see just what's in store for our Gorilla Princess.
HASH(0x9756b5b8) out of 5 stars Dubbing & Crushes Feb. 5 2014
By Nicola Mansfield - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I'm trying to broaden my horizons and find some shoujo that I like. The first volume was funny and sweet, with the voice acting theme being quite interesting. This second volume didn't follow through for me. I found the Ume's crushes to be silly and just didn't connect with characters, except Takayanagi, the boy who can't talk to girls, who I have to admit is cute all around. The students worked on dubbing an anime which I found interesting but then the story took a turn and I will not be continuing the series. One of the female characters is going to start living as a boy and I do not like girls pretending to be boys (or vice verse) plotlines. I do have the next volume though, so I'll give that a fair read and then move on to something else...