Dear NOMAN Vol 1 Review

I’m a fan of a good supernatural manga and I’m also always on the lookout for exciting new yuri titles. So it's a joy to find a series like Neji's Dear NOMAN, which fits the bill on both counts. Synopsis: Mashiro has always been able to see spirits, but it’s not something that usually troubles... Continue Reading →

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 →

Mob Psycho 100: Reigen Review

You know him; you love him; he’s everyone’s favourite con-artist: Master Reigen! This new manga by ONE focuses on the fan-favourite character from the Mob Psycho 100 series and examines what makes him so great, despite that fact that he’s a fake and a liar! Synopsis: Tome Kurata has always been fascinated with anything supernatural... Continue Reading →

The Witch and the Beast Vol 1 Review

A dark-fantasy manga tinged with elements of horror, Kousuke Satake’s The Witch and the Beast intrigued me, in large part due to it’s beautiful and atmospheric-looking cover art. Satake’s detailed artwork didn’t disappoint and it's just as lovely inside the book as on the cover, but I found the story to be a bit lacking.... Continue Reading →

Nightschool: The Weirn Books Series Review

Svetlana Chmakova is one of my favourite Original-English-Language (OEL) manga creators and Nightschool is my favourite of her series. Ever since Nightschool received those lovely, new omnibus editions, I've wanted to write up a review of the series and Halloween seemed like the perfect excuse, so here we go. Synopsis: Weirn are witches who are... Continue Reading →

Toritan: Birds of a Feather Vol 1 Review

I think this manga might be taking the term "bird-lover" a little too literally! By Kotetsuko Yamamoto, Toritan: Birds of a Feather is a boys love manga with a supernatural twist and a rather unique love triangle. Synopsis: Inusaki is a detective who mostly winds up doing odd jobs around his sleepy neighbourhood, like: walking... Continue Reading →

Love on the Other Side Review

Love on the Other Side is a collection of various short stories by Nagabe that focus on relationships - some platonic, some romantic - between humans and an assortment of supernatural creatures, animal-men and some just straight-up animals. Much like Nagabe’s other work, The Girls From the Other Side: Siúil, a Rún, the stories in... Continue Reading →

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