Beastars Vol 7 Review

Oh my god! Did this manga actually remember that it has a murder-mystery subplot? As with my reviews of the earlier volumes in the Beastars series, this review will contain some spoilers for events that occurred in the previous volumes, so I suggest getting caught up on the series before reading this. Synopsis: Things feel... Continue Reading →

Spy x Family Vol 1 Review

Of all of the new manga scheduled to come out in 2020, Spy x Family was the one I was looking forward to reading the most. People who I follow online have been praising this series for months and everyone I know who’s read it only had good things to say about it. I couldn’t... Continue Reading →

Angels of Death Vol 1 Review

I’m a huge wuss when it comes to horror and, as such, it's not a genre that I tend to dip my toes into very often. While there are a few horror series that I do enjoy, I usually don’t go out of my way to seek them out and probably wouldn’t have picked up... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 6 Review

After the last, action-packed volume, Beastars shifts the focus back to the character's interpersonal relationships and the romantic drama between Legoshi, Haru and Juno. As with my previous reviews of the Beastars manga, this review will contain spoilers for previous volumes in the series. Synopsis:  After rescuing Haru, Legoshi finally confesses to her that he... Continue Reading →

Prince Freya Vol 1 Review

Sword fights, treacherous plots and an ordinary peasant girl who turns out to be one hell of an actress are just some of the elements that comprise this thrilling new fantasy manga by Keiko Ishihara. Some readers might be familiar with Ishihara’s other works, such as of The Bride & the Exorcist Knight and The... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 5 Review

I think that this might be the most intense volume of the Beastars manga yet! It’s certainly the most violent! Fair warning, this review will include some spoilers for earlier events in the series, and possibly for the anime, which I still haven’t seen. Synopsis: Haru has been abducted and the calling card found at... Continue Reading →

A Sparrow’s Roar Review

Written by C. R. Chua & Paolo Chikiamco and with art by C. R. Chua, A Sparrow’s Roar is an action adventure comic that features a dark story of war, political maneuvering and revenge. Synopsis: Per is a Sparrow, a warrior in training, who can’t wait to become a Lion, a full-fledged warrior of Esterpike.... Continue Reading →

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