Thoughts on Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Volume 6 (Manga)

The sixth volume of Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga has events mostly taking place in the capital. Despite wanting to try to keep a low profile, of course Yuna gets involved in some trouble.
This volume contains chapters fifty-one through to sixty.

Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Volume 6 (Manga)

Front cover of the sixth volume of the Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga adaptation, featuring Yuna and Flora

Bear girl vs. monster horde!
Yuna and her friends have just arrived in the capital where the King’s birthday celebrations are being held. While the girls are enjoying the festivities, an evil sorcerer summons an army of ten thousand monsters, placing the capital in imminent danger. Even worse, it seems Noir’s father is on his way to the capital and might be caught in the chaos! Yuna is accustomed to fighting seemingly unstoppable enemies, but she’s only one girl. Can she save Noir’s father and the capital at the same time?

The events of this volume mostly happen in the capital, though Yuna does have some rather convenient methods for getting from place to place. The first major event covered here is Yuna learning of the approaching monster horde, and deciding to do something when she realises that Noir’s father will possibly get caught up in it.
The problem with that is that Yuna manages to do something that no normal adventurer should be capable of – drawing attention of certain people in the capital.

That is followed up with Yuna putting together plans to open her own shop, which includes recruiting a mother and daughter duo from the capital. A duo that finds themselves in some trouble, but luckily Yuna happens to pass by. As too do several rather important people that Yuna knows. Pretty amusing when the culprits try to drop the names of those specific people.

So effectively, it’s business as usual for Yuna. She’s out there helping out those how need it, whilst inadvertently drawing attention to herself. Which means that we get some fairly fun stuff here.
There is a little bit of darkness hidden within that fun, but that’s a part of the story that Yuna isn’t directly involved in.

Another fun entry in the Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga series from Sergei.

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