Mama Akuma Vol 1 Review

Mama Akuma, by Kuzushiro, is a series that I decided to pickup simply because the cover looked cute and this turned out to be an example of a time when judging a book by it's cover was a great decision. This is a fun and charming comedy about a lonely girl and a forlorn demon... Continue Reading →

Rainbow and Black Vol 1 Review

Rainbow and Black, by Eri Takenashi, is a cute, pet manga about a rigid-minded young lady and her exotic bird. Or is it a mammal? Or is it both? Synopsis: Kuroe is a college student who’s uncompromising approach to life frequently gets her into trouble, costing her several jobs and making it difficult for her... Continue Reading →

BL Metamorphosis Vol 1 Review

When I was describing this manga to my friend, her first guess as to what it was about, based on the title, was that it was a romance between a cockroach man and Franz Kafka. She was only mildly disappointed when I explained that Kaori Tsurutani’s BL Metamorphosis is instead a sweet story about female... 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 →

Saint Young Men Vol 1 Review

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Buddha and Jesus were to meet? Well, turns out they would be best friends and it would be great! Synopsis: After safely ushering the world into the new century, Jesus and Buddha decide to take a well-deserved vacation. The two of them get an apartment... Continue Reading →

My Father is a Unicorn Review

Monaka Suzuki, artist and writer of My Father is a Unicorn, described their inspiration for this manga as follows: “I came up with the idea for this story after thinking, wouldn’t it be funny if your mother got re-married to a horse?” Well… they were right. It is pretty funny. Synopsis: Issei, your average high... 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 →

Our Wonderful Days Vol 1 Review

Our Wonderful Days is new yuri manga, written and illustrated by Kei Hamuro and published by Seven Seas Entertainment, which focuses on a group of friends enjoying their high school days and quietly crushing on each other. Synopsis: Koharu has just started high school and is excited to learn that two of her friends, Nanaya... Continue Reading →

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