The Dangers in My Heart Vol 1 Review

I can't quite remember why I originally put Norio Sakurai's The Dangers in My Heart on my "To Buy" list, but I can say that the promotional blurb I read about this manga didn't do a very good job of explaining the plot. I think I thought this was going to be about a paranoid... Continue Reading →

Devil’s Candy Vol 1 Review

Devil's Candy is an OEL (Original English Language) manga that has a surprisingly long history. Written by Bikkuri and with art by Rem, this title began as a short story that was published by Tokyopop as part of their first ever Rising Stars of Manga Anthology. In fact, it was the grand prize winner of... Continue Reading →

Sadako-san and Sadako-chan Review

Sadako-san and Sadako-chan is a comedy manga starring the ghost from the popular horror franchise, The Ring, and a little girl she intended to curse, but winds up befriending instead. Apparently, this manga by Aya Tsutsumi was created to be a promotional tie-in to the 2019 film, Sadako, which dealt with the aftermath of Sadako's... Continue Reading →

Kageki Shojo!! Vol 1 Review

It's finally here! Kageki Shojo!! The Curtain Rises was one of my favourite new manga series from last year, and I've been greatly anticipating the arrival of Kumiko Saiki's sequel series: Kageki Shojo!! It's time for more drama, more dazzling theatre and more adorable moments of friendship! Synopsis: Watanabe Sarasa has managed to make it... Continue Reading →

Like Two Peas in a Pod Review

Gorou Kanbe is quickly becoming one of my favourite BL manga creators. Both, Don't Call Me Dirty and Don't Call Me Daddy contain touching and powerful stories that I deeply love. So, I was thrilled when I heard that Tokyopop had licensed another title by Gorou Kanbe: Like Two Peas in a Pod. Synopsis: Classmates,... Continue Reading →

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