A Symbiotic Relationship Between A Rabbit And A Black Panther is a fun and interesting story, with two very different main leads.
|Alt Titles||The Mutual Relationship Between the Rabbit and the Black Panther, The Symbiotic Relationship Between a Rabbit and a Black Panther, Tokkiwa Heukpyobeomui Gongsaeng Gwangye, 토끼와 흑표범의 공생 관계, Little Rabbit and the Big Bad Leopard (official title)|
|Creators||Yasingmeongneunjung [Eating Midnight Snack, 야식먹는중] (Author) |
Sadam [사담] (Artist)
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Historical, Mature Warning: Gore/blood, Mental / Physical Abuse, Murder / Attempted Murder, Romance|
A Symbiotic Relationship Between A Rabbit And A Black Panther
I’m a rabbit shapeshifter who can’t even transform into a human by my coming of age ceremony.
My family says that I was just a half and places me in a basket… “You’re crying? Go on, cry more”, he says.
I’m picked up by a black panther with a mean personality. “You’re lacking in stamina. I’ll eat you the day after tomorrow, so keep trying”, he taunts.
This fierce beast is staring at my trembling face, with his eyes glistening. “Seems like I just feel thrilled”, he says.
Mom, I think he’s crazy! To survive a fairly crazy black panther. “The wild beasts are possessive, no matter what it is.” ….Is it possible?MU
A Symbiotic Relationship Between A Rabbit And A Black Panther is quite a good manhwa, from what I can gather.
The story focuses on a world where the people can transform into animals, but I’m unsure if it’s everyone. It’s possible it’s just a select few people who can transform.
Our female lead is unable, or at the very least, struggling with transforming. She’s stuck in the shape of a bunny for a good portion of the chapters, despite some attempts to transform into a human.
However, it seems the male lead and his mother know she’s a shapeshifter, since the mother is actively trying to help her.
I’m enjoying the progressing relationship between the male lead and the female lead, since they go from her being scared of him to trusting him, at least somewhat.
Sadly I find the female lead a bit dull-looking in her human form, but I’m not sure why.
She’s utterly adorable in her bunny-form, so my opinion may be slightly affecting how I perceive her. She goes from cute to average, which isn’t exactly great.
From what I can tell, the characters are changing hair colour from the novel to manhwa, too. I’m curious why the artist decides to do this, but I suppose it’s annoying to have both characters with silvery hair.
As you can see, the main leads are having silver-hair in the novel, but seems to have both black and pink hair in the manhwa.
Final thoughts: Despite the clear changes in the character design, I’m still enjoying the story. The plot is quite fun and the characters’ dynamics are also enjoyable.