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 →

The Tale of the Outcasts Vol 1 Review

Lovers of the Monster Boyfriend genre rejoice, Makoto Hoshino’s The Tale of the Outcasts is here to serve up some spooky and sweet supernatural romance! Synopsis Marbas is a powerful and immortal demon who is consumed by boredom and apathy. Most humans can’t see him nowadays, a sign that demon kind’s influence in the world... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 12 Review

Volume 12 of Beastars seems to be kicking off a new era in the series. With the murderer storyline resolved, the plot is moving on and introducing new problems for Legoshi to contend with. Like with my other reviews of the Beastars manga, this review will contains some spoilers for events in this and previous... 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 →

This Wonderful Season With You Review

Opposites attract in This Wonderful Season With You, a fun BL manga by Atsuko Yusen, the mangaka of Deko-Boko Sugar Days. Synopsis: Enoki is both shocked and thrilled when Shirataki, a tall and handsome jock, decides to join the Electronic Engineering Club, which he’s also a member of. Enoki admires how manly and cool Shirataki... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 11 Review

It’s finally happening! Volume 11 of Paru Itagaki's Beastars, the official midpoint of the manga, FINALLY features the climactic battle between Legoshi and Tem’s murderer! And boy, do things get coco-nuts! As with my other reviews of the Beastars manga, be warned that this review will contain spoilers for this volume and events that occurred... Continue Reading →

Alter Ego Review

Alter Ego is a yuri romance, by Ana C. Sánchez, that’s been released by Tokyopop, as a part of their International Women of Manga line. Dealing with themes of friendship, unrequited passion and the nature of desire vs. love, Alter Ego is a fun twist on the classic love-triangle set-up, where the two “rivals” end... Continue Reading →

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