Bad Boys, Happy Home Vol 1 Review

Are you ready for a story about some tough boys playing house? Written by Shoowa and with art by Hiromasa Okujima, Bad Boys, Happy Home is a humorous and dramatic tale of fist fights, broken homes and idiots in love. Synopsis: Akamatsu is a troubled teen who needs some kind of an outlet for his... Continue Reading →

Skip and Loafer Vol 1 Review

Misaki Takamatsu's Skip and Loafer is a high school romantic comedy/slice-of-life manga that I decided to pick up because I thought it looked and sounded cute. And, I was right; it's super cute and a ton of fun! Synopsis: Mitsumi has just moved to the city from the country to attend high school, and she's... Continue Reading →

Happy Kanako’s Killer Life Vol 1

Can a story about a professional assassin be endearing? Toshiya Wakabayashi's manga, Happy Kanako's Killer Life, answers that question with a resounding: Yes! Synopsis: Nishino Kanako is sick of being berated and harassed by her boss, so she quits her job at the marketing agency and starts hunting for a new career. She's excited to... Continue Reading →

Mashle: Magic and Muscles Vol 1 Review

I think the best way to describe Hajime Komoto's Mashle: Magic and Muscles is that it's basically the main character from One Punch Man as a teenager attending Hogwarts. Synopsis: In a world where magic is everywhere and you're status is determined by your magical aptitude, any person born without any magic is ostracized and... Continue Reading →

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