Category Archives: manga

The Promised Neverland Volume 2 by Kaiu Shiru

This story continues to surprise as the kids slowly but surely develop their plan of escape. The horror wasn’t as pronounced in these chapters; what we have instead are a series of ‘Sherlock Holmes’ type of investigating and plotting. But … Continue reading

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Takane & Hana by Yuki Shiwasu

Takane to Hana is a surprisingly engaging romance featuring a very unusual love interest. I found I wanted to keep reading just to see where the author was going to take this different kind of shoujo story. The first volume … Continue reading

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Ooku The Inner Chambers by Fumi Yoshinaga

There is a good reason this is an Eisner nominated manga – it truly is brilliant. Taking Japanese history as a foundation and using one small but key change (a killer plague that targets males), she has created a lush … Continue reading

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Requiem of the Rose King 7 by Aya Kanno

Aya Kanno’s interesting take on the War of the Roses and Richard III continues as we are given the battle of Tewksbury and its aftermath. Unlike history, Richard plays a part in nearly every aspect – from the battle strategy … Continue reading

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Queen’s Quality 2 by Kyousuke Motomi

Volume 2 proves why it was a good idea to take the originaly QQ Sweeper in a different direction, renaming it Queen’s Quality and changing the premise. Where before it was two kids battling demons who dirty people’s minds, now … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Getting Married by Izumi Miyazono

Miyazono continues her gentle slice of life romance with more spanners thrown into the works of our main characters’ lives. Asuka is willing to be patient with Ryu and Ryu meanwhile is dealing with the pressures of his work life. … Continue reading

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Anonymous Noise Volume 6 by Ryoko Fukuyama

Anonymous Noise is a full circle type of story – and volume 6 is no different in this regard. Nino makes a decision to go for Momo, Momo backs away, Nino is hurt, Yuzu steps in, Nino gets courage and … Continue reading

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