A Galaxy Next Door Vol 1 Review

A Galaxy Next Door is a cute new romance manga from Gido Amagakure, the creator of Sweetness and Lightening. This love story between an artist and his assistant is a lot stranger than it first appears, so get ready for some sci-fi shenanigan's and mishaps involving alien physiology! Synopsis: Ichiro Kuga has been doing his... Continue Reading →

The Music of Marie Review

The Music of Marie is a science fiction manga that explores a utopian world with a mysterious clockwork goddess whose blessings might disguise hidden truths. This manga was written and drawn by Usamaru Furuya, the creator of Genkaku Picasso and Lychee Light Club. As a fan of Genkaku Picasso's surreal visuals and dramatic storytelling, I... Continue Reading →

The Country Without Humans Vol 1 Review

Iwatobineko's science fiction manga series, The Country Without Humans, is an interesting read. The story is both exciting and rather melancholy, as the main characters struggle to discover what happened to all of the humans in a technologically advanced society full of robots that once served them. Synopsis: A girl wakes up in a strange... Continue Reading →

Hello World The Manga Review

Hello World The Manga, by Manatsu Suzuki and Yoshihiro Sono, is a sci-fi adventure story about a withdrawn boy who discovers that he'll need to come out of his shell and fight if he wants to save the love of his life. A shocking revelation, considering he hasn't even fallen in love with the girl... Continue Reading →

Otherside Picnic (Manga) Vol 1 Review

Eita Miyazawa's Otherside Picnic manga is an adaptation of a series of sci-fi/adventure novels that were written by Iori Miyazawa. I haven't read these books, or seen the anime adaptation based on them, so this will be a review of strictly the manga version of this story. Synopsis: Surly college student, Sorawo, isn't very good... Continue Reading →

Strawberry Fields Once Again Vol 1 Review

Strawberry Fields Once Again, by Kazura Kinosaki, is a yuri romance manga with a bit of a sci-fi twist. Get ready for some time-travel shenanigans in this sweet and magical story of a love that spans two timelines. Synopsis: High-schooler, Akira Kouno, lives an isolated existence; her mother is dead, she’s estranged from her father... Continue Reading →

Sazan & Comet Girl Review

Sazan & Comet Girl, by Yuriko Akase, is an action-packed space-opera that features vibrant, full-colour artwork and a diverting story that feels like it was plucked out of a bygone era. Strap on your spacesuits and get ready to blast-off into adventure! Synopsis: Sazan is a bright and idealistic young man who loves outer-space and... Continue Reading →

Always Human Review

I’ve been becoming more and more obsessed with Webtoon comics lately, so it’s exciting to see a comic that originated on that platform getting a print release. Hopefully this becomes a trend, as I have a number of favourites which I’d love to be able to own a physical copy of! Written and illustrated by... Continue Reading →

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