Tag Archives: Manga Review

Review: Blue Period Vol. 1

Blue Period Vol. 1 is the start to a new series revolving around art and the drive to create your own path in life. The series was written by Tsubasa Yamaguchi, and translated by T. Ghirlanda. Continue reading

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Review: Weathering With You Vol. 1

Weathering With You Vol. 1 is the start to a whole new adventure, set in Tokyo. This is a world where storms are more common than not, and Sunshine Girls are one of the few rays of sunshine in a given day (literally). Continue reading

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Review: Manga Classics: Frankenstein

Yes! It’s another manga adaptation of a classic, and this time around, it’s Frankenstein! I couldn’t be happier about the news, or about the entire experience. Manga Classics: Frankenstein was created by M. Chandler and Linus Liu, not to mention the original author, Mary Shelly. Continue reading

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Review: Ghostly Things Vol. 1

Ghostly Things Vol. 1 is the first in a new series titled Ayashi Kutogatori by Ushio Shirotori. This series is sweet and endearing, yet full of all the dangers and stakes of the afterlife itself. Here spirits and one human girl have found a way to live in harmony, for the time being. Continue reading

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Review: My Next Life As A Villainess Vol. 1: All Routes Lead to Doom!

My Next Life As A Villainess Vol. 1 is the first in a new light novel series; one with a unique twist of a tale. This series combines character-driven plots with classic video game elements and romance in the most hilarious and entertaining of ways. Continue reading

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Review: My Hero Academia Vol. 24

My Hero Academia volume 24 is entirely focused on the League of Villains, and is not one you want to miss out on. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Serpent-Bearer and the Prince of Stars by C.S. Johnson

Ophiuchus is a warrior of the Celestial Kingdom. Recently he’s been tasked with the care of Naga – a serpent that is oft referenced in lore around the world. Naga is a constant source of frustration and pain for Ophiuchus. Yet Ophiuchus continues to insist that he is happy and proud of his task at hand. Continue reading

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Review: Manga Classics: Romeo and Juliet

Publisher: Udon Publishing Release: May 15th 2018 Received: NetGalley Rating:  I received a copy of Manga Classics: Romeo and Juliet from NetGalley and Udon Publishing in exchange for a fair and honest review. So on the off chance you haven’t … Continue reading

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Review: Megatokyo Volume 6

Publisher: DC Comics Released: July 20th 2010 Received: Own Rating:  The final volume of Megatokyo, volume six, contains chapters nine and ten, as well as two short stories. It’s been a fun run, and I’ll be sad to see the … Continue reading

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Review: Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Vol. 3

Publisher: VIZ Media Author: Ukyo Kodachi Released: March 6th 2018 Received: Own Rating:  This is the third volume in the Boruto series, and I’m starting to get a good grasp of where things will be leading to next. As a … Continue reading

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