Secret xxx Review

Secret xxx is the debut manga of Meguru Hinohara, both in Japan and in North America, and I think I may have just found myself a new favourite to add to my list of top Boys Love mangaka! Synopsis: Since Shohei’s father is a zoo keeper and his mother is a vet, he grew up... Continue Reading →

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Vol 1 Review

Monokuma is back and up to his old tricks in this sequel to the first Danganronpa manga. Danronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, drawn by Kuroki Q, adapts the second game in the Danganronpa franchise and is actually the second manga adaptation of said game that has been released in English, the first being Danganronpa 2: Ultimate... Continue Reading →

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review

Like many people around the globe, I’ve been obsessively playing Anime Crossing: New Horizons since it was released last month. I boot up the game daily, often multiple times a day, and find myself completely absorbed by its simple yet addicting gameplay. In fact, I had to tear myself away from it in order to... Continue Reading →

Making Friends Review

Making Friends, by Kristen Gudsnuk, is an all-ages comic book about a young girl who’s struggling with the transition from grade school to Jr. High - and with having unexpectedly acquired magic powers! Will she use her new abilities responsibly? Well, we wouldn't have much of a story if she did!  Synopsis: Danielle (Dany) has... Continue Reading →

The Super Happy Love Blog Award

Despite having fallen way behind on responding to these tag posts, I'm definitely feeling the love today! Thank you to both Keiko and Yomu for tagging for The Super Happy Love Blog Award and I hope you'll all send some love their way and check out their respective blogs. I'd also like to thank Pinkie,... Continue Reading →

My Brother’s Husband Series Review

My Brother’s Husband is an award-winning manga created by Gengoroh Tagame, a mangaka known for his works targeted towards gay men. My Brother’s Husband marks his first foray into creating an all-ages title and his uncluttered art style and straightforward writing lends itself well to the didactic nature of the story he's telling, making this... Continue Reading →

Something’s Wrong With Us Vol 1 Review

Natsumi Ando has had several of her works translated into English in the past but, up until now, they’ve all been shojo titles (manga aimed at teen girls), such as: Zodiac P.I. and Arisa. So, my interest was piqued when I heard that her newest series, Something’s Wrong with Us, was a manga that’s aimed at... Continue Reading →

By Night Series Review

Written by John Allison, the creator of Giant Days, illustrated by Christine Larsen and coloured by Sarah Stern, By Night is an exciting sci-fi romp, which follows the adventures of a pair of twenty-somethings who bite off more than they can chew when a bit of idle mischief leads them to an amazing discovery. Synopsis:... Continue Reading →

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