Whisper Me a Love Song Vol 1 Review

 Eku Takeshima’s Whisper Me A Love Song is a yuri manga where some major miscommunication problems lead to an unlikely romance between a cheerful high school freshman and the musically-gifted senpai she admires. Synopsis: Himari is blown away by the student band performance at her high school’s welcoming ceremonies and is an instant fan of... Continue Reading →

Failed Princesses Vol 1 Review

A classic tale of opposites attract, Failed Princesses, by Ajiichi, is a yuri manga about a girl who’s dedicated herself to being an ideal princess and the plain girl who both resents and admires her. Synopsis: Nanaki is obsessed with her appearance, to the point that she always needs to be the cutest person around... Continue Reading →

How Do We Relationship? Vol 1 Review

Most romance stories will focus on the lead up to the main couple getting together, but Tamifull confesses to being more interested in what happens after the characters in these stories start dating. Since she wasn’t able to find these kinds of stories, she decided to create one herself. Thus, How Do We Relationship? was... Continue Reading →

Goodbye, My Rose Garden Vol 1 Review

I’ve always loved a good period drama, with the elaborate costumes and the comedy of manners that arises from characters trying to navigate the rigid social standards of their time. Thus, I was immediately interested in Goodbye, My Rose Garden, a historical romance manga, by Dr. Pepperco, set in England during the early part of... Continue Reading →

Scarlet Vol 1 Review

Scarlet is a dark-fantasy, yuri manga by Chiri Yuino that I had originally assumed was about vampires, based on the cover art. Turns out, it’s actually about werewolves. Looking at the cover again, the red riding hood get-up is kind of a dead giveaway. Synopsis: Since she was a child, the most important person in... Continue Reading →

Still Sick Vol 1 Review

While I have nothing against a highschool romance, it’s always nice to find a yuri manga featuring adults. And not only are the leads of Still Sick working, adult women, they're also manga fans! Synopsis: Makoto Shimizu’s worst nightmare has just become reality: one of her co-workers has discovered that she draws and sells fan... Continue Reading →

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