Her Royal Highness Seems to be Angry Vol 1 Review

Neko Yotsuba's Her Royal Highness Seems to be Angry is an action/fantasy manga about a former princess who's been reborn years into the future, where she's dismayed to discovered that certain things have gone decidedly down hill! Adapted from a novel series by Kou Yatsuhashi, this story of reincarnation features a heroine who's more than... 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 →

Yakuza Lover Vol 1 Review

Yakuza Lover, by Nozomi Mino, is a shojo manga that feels like it should be a josei series. This steamy romance stars a college student who gets caught up in a relationship with a member the yakuza, and it’s much more sexually charged than what you’d typically find in your average shojo manga. I can’t... Continue Reading →

I Think Our Son is Gay Vol 1 Review

Okura’s I Think Our Son is Gay is an LGBTQ+ manga that I’ve been greatly looking forward to reading. I’d enjoyed That Blue Sky Feeling, another manga written by Okura, quite a lot and was excited to see their take on a more comedic series, especially since this one looked really cute. I’m happy to... Continue Reading →

Love of Kill Vol 1 Review

Fe’s Love of Kill began life as an online comic, before eventually being published as a print manga, and it’s one of the series that I’ve been most looking forward to reading in 2021. There aren’t a ton of action-focused shojo series being published in English, so I was excited to give this one a... Continue Reading →

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