Another joint release, this time with TFOScans. Homura is goaded into being more like a devil, but it doesn’t quite seem to work out…
Hello! It’s been a while.
This is a joint release with our friends over at Seiyuuri!
So this was quite unexpected. A Tamamusi 4koma, a joint effort… Seems like there will be a few more of these in the future, too. But don’t worry! That doesn’t mean we’re stopping our solo releases.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Sister!! has been in typesetting limbo. In other words, I just need to keep working on it. In the meantime I caught wind of a new Satou Kibi book, and it seems to be coming out during the next Comiket. And since I clearly have so much time to spare, I am also trying to get it to work on it.
Goodness, it’s been a while since we released something! Hopefully we’ll get back into the swing of things. For starters, a new (“new”) Satou Kibi book. Relatively light workload and one of my favourite artists make for a rather pleasant release. And there’s more to come!
I put Mercy on the credits page because that felt more appropriate than any witch Alice I could find. Hopefully there will be a cute Santa Mercy by the time we release one of the other stuff.
BunnyScans second release is a ReiMari book by none other than Yonurime! There’s really not a lot to be said about it, other than it’s everything you could expect: cute art, cute story, cute ReiMari! I hope you enjoy it.
This book has been significantly longer than our first release, therefore our scanlation process ended up a bit drawn-out. We’ll be ironing out the issues soon enough, though!
A bit of a side project while we work on our next “proper” release!
Here is Satou Kibi’s chapter from Koakuma Love Chu Chu, a book of Koa-centric stories. Being very energetic as usual, Koa tries to bite more than she can chew – or is it Patchu’s hidden talent?
Hello, and welcome to BunnyScans!
This is our first release! Our staff consists of a few beginners and a few more experienced folks who are kind enough to help us get this started. Hope you enjoy this and future releases!
GochuUsa really was a cute show, though I wish it featured more bunnies. Combined with Peko’s adorable art and a slightly gay story, it’s been a lot of fun to work on this book, and I hope we can find more like that in the future.