Wonder Cat Kyuu-Chan Vol 1-2 Review

Who’s that dapper littler cat with the bowtie? It’s Kyuu-Chan! A wonderful cat and a wonderful friend. Sasami Nitori’s Wonder Cat Kyuu-chan is a 4-panel manga about a magnificent cat and his beloved owner that’s cute, fluffy and suitable for all-ages. Synopsis: When Hinata finds a cat abandoned in a cardboard box in the park,... Continue Reading →

5 Underrated/Forgotten Cat Manga

It's the Thanksgiving long weekend in Canada and I've been cat-sitting my brother's two cats while he and his wife are out of town visiting the in-laws. Looking after these two needy fur-babies got me thinking about all of the great cat manga I've read over the years and I decided to create a list,... Continue Reading →

Yuzu the Pet Vet Vol 1 Review

Has anyone out there heard of Wannyan Dobutsu Byouin: Suteki na Juui-San ni Narou! before? Apparently, it’s a video game for the 3DS that was released in 2015 and is based around the player caring for a series of adorable animals at a veterinary hospital. It doesn’t look like the game was ever localized to... Continue Reading →

What’s Michael? Fatcat Collection Vol 1

Well, here’s a real blast from the past! What’s Michael? is a comedy manga by Makoto Kobayashi that celebrates the delightful peculiarities of cats and the humans who love them. Originally published in Japan in the 80’s and first translated into English by Dark Horse Comics in the 90’s and early 2000’s, What’s Michael? has... Continue Reading →

A Man & His Cat Vol 1 Review

A Man & His Cat is the debut release of the new, North American manga publisher: Square Enix Manga & Books. Square Enix has been licensing out its manga titles for years, but they just recently established their own publishing company in North America and they’re kicking this new venture off with a bang, as... Continue Reading →

Ghostly Things Vol 1 Review

Ghostly Things, by Ushio Shirotori, is a cute supernatural romp where spirits are portrayed as being household pests that steal food out of your fridge and make grass grow on your books, rather than as terrifying monsters… at least most of the time. Seems like the perfect October read for someone, like me, that doesn’t... Continue Reading →

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