A Galaxy Next Door Vol 1 Review

A Galaxy Next Door is a cute new romance manga from Gido Amagakure, the creator of Sweetness and Lightening. This love story between an artist and his assistant is a lot stranger than it first appears, so get ready for some sci-fi shenanigan's and mishaps involving alien physiology! Synopsis: Ichiro Kuga has been doing his... Continue Reading →

Yagi the Bookshop Goat Review

Yagi the Bookshop Goat, by Fumi Furukawa, is a boys love manga staring anthropomorphized animals trying to sort out their feelings for each other while running a bookstore. More than a few books are harmed during the process! Synopsis: Yagi loves books and his dream since he was a kid has been to work in... Continue Reading →

The Music of Marie Review

The Music of Marie is a science fiction manga that explores a utopian world with a mysterious clockwork goddess whose blessings might disguise hidden truths. This manga was written and drawn by Usamaru Furuya, the creator of Genkaku Picasso and Lychee Light Club. As a fan of Genkaku Picasso's surreal visuals and dramatic storytelling, I... Continue Reading →

Island in a Puddle Vol 1 Review

Kei Sanbe, the creator of supernatural thrillers such as Erased and For The Kid I Saw In My Dreams, is back with a gripping new manga series. As a fan of the mangaka's other works, I've been looking forward to a new hair-raising adventure from this master of suspense. So, let's dive right into my... Continue Reading →

New Profile Pic!

I'd had that old profile pic for a couple years now and it felt like time for a change. A friend of mine kindly offered to design me a new one and the result is this beauty! I'm over the moon with this design - it's so cute! My friend is currently looking for freelance... Continue Reading →

Sakamoto Days Vol 1 Review

Sakamoto Days is a manga series that I've been really looking forward to checking out. The premise sounded funny and I was anticipating a lot of action and laughs. And, Yuto Suzuki's action/comedy series pretty much delivered on my expectations. Synopsis: Taro Sakamoto was a legendary hitman, unrivaled in his field and feared by everyone... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 17 Review

Our favourite wolf boy just keeps getting more redesigns and thus we have a white Legoshi on this volume's cover. We'll get into the reason for his fur colour change in this review. As with my other reviews of Paru Itagaki's Beastars manga, this review may contain some spoilers for events in both this and... Continue Reading →

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