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Vampire Knight Memories 3 by Hino Matsuri

As with the previous volumes, this is a collection of stories, loosely interowoven, giving us vignettes of various characters from the original series and what they did while Kaname slept a thousand years in his block of ice. Each story … Continue reading

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Gangsta Cursed Volume 5 by Kohske and Syuhei Kamo

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to rate a Kohske book less than 5 star – the pathos contrasting with the violence, the good people fighting with all the bad, the peace with all the war. It’s such a … Continue reading

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Queen’s Quality 7 by Motomi Kyousuke

This is a series that has had several iterations, even getting a new title after the first two volumes (originally QQ Sweeper). I am not quite confident that Motomi fully has this series planned out – there are a lot … Continue reading

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The Promised Neverland 10 by Kaiu Shirai, Posuka Demizu

Still just as exciting, volume 10 takes us to the middle of the Goldy Pond arc as the kids face off against the demons hunting them. There are three major subordinates and then, of course, the leader of the hunters, … Continue reading

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Fullmetal Alchemist: FullMetal Edition 5 by Hiromu Arakawa

With this Volume 5, we are deep in the story with Al and Ed still seeking the means to return their bodies to them. They’ve teamed up with Izumi, their former teacher, and she is one tough character. Although there … Continue reading

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Ooku Volume 15 by Fumi Yoshinaga

Yoshinaga’s ability to create masterpiece after masterpiece in this series never fails to astonish me. I always think to myself, “How can she top the last volume,” and then I’m shown quite conclusively exactly how with each new set of … Continue reading

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Requiem Of The Rose King by Aya Kanno

With Requiem of the Rose King 10, we have a pivotal turn in the series as one plot arc ends and another is set to begin. Up to this point, Richard has been content to serve country and king, with … Continue reading

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