Category Archives: manga

Gangsta Cursed 4 by Kohske

Although a spin off, this is probably one of the best I’ve read. All of the horrible and terrifying pathos of the original series is fully intact here in this story of Spas/Marco Adriano and how he turned from being … Continue reading

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Bleach 73 by Tite Kubo

I can see why people felt that this last arc went on too long; all the same, it was worth it so that we were able to get so much closure and character development as we did in this volume. … Continue reading

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The Demon Prince of Momochi House Volume 12 by Aya Shouoto

As much as it is an overused word, the best description of this volume’s mini arc is lyrical. The illustrations are always lovely but Shouoto really shines as a storyteller. Her stories are full of pathos and each mini arc … Continue reading

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Kenka Bancho Otome by Chie Shimada

By this second volume, I had hoped for something to really distinguish this manga from similar (but much better) titles like HanaKimi. I enjoy the premise (cross dressing/pretending to be a boy at an all-boys school) but here we have … Continue reading

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Wotakoi: Otaku Love Is Hard Volume 1 by Fujita

Wotakoi was cute but honestly I didn’t get much from it and soon began to skip through to the last chapter. As far as Otaku go, they weren’t quirky, distinct, or even very interesting. The relationship was probably the only … Continue reading

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The Promised Neverland by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu

With Four Volumes now, it was beginning to feel like the series would only be about the kids planning to escape and then getting foiled by Mom. But with volume 4, we finally get some major plot advancements as all … Continue reading

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Loveless Volume 13 by Yun Kouga

Loveless continues to be one of the most intriguing and nuanced of manga titles, providing rich psychological depth with magical shoujo themes. Despite the glacial pace of the release of each volume, the story does progress and we’re given more … Continue reading

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