Cheshire Crossing Review

Cheshire Crossing might just be the ultimate cross-over comic! Staring Alice Liddell (Alice in Wonderland), Dorothy Gale (The Wizard of Oz) and Wendy Darling (Peter Pan), Cheshire Crossing takes the western fantasy genre’s earliest heroines and asks the question: how would their fantastical experiences have impacted them after they returned to their regular lives? Written... Continue Reading →

Spy x Family Vol 1 Review

Of all of the new manga scheduled to come out in 2020, Spy x Family was the one I was looking forward to reading the most. People who I follow online have been praising this series for months and everyone I know who’s read it only had good things to say about it. I couldn’t... Continue Reading →

Therapy Game Vol 1 Review

In my review of Secret xxx, I mentioned that I was excited at the prospect of reading the spin-off series focused on the relationship between the main characters' brothers and, now that I have, I'm thrilled to report that it more then lived up to my expectations! Therapy Game is Meguru Hinohara’s second Boy's Love... Continue Reading →

Ping Pong Vol 1 Review

I was looking forward to reading Ping Pong, so much so that I included it in my list of My Most Anticipated Manga of 2020. I didn’t actually know a lot about the series, but Ping Pong seemed to have a lot of things going for it. The creator, Taiyo Matsumoto, is an acclaimed manga... Continue Reading →

Perfect World Vol 1 Review

I’ve wanted to read Rie Aruga’s Perfect World was quite a while and have been eagerly awaiting its print release. This is partially because it is a josei title, a.k.a. a manga aimed at adult women, a demographic that has been under-served in the North American manga market. I was also drawn to this series... Continue Reading →

Angels of Death Vol 1 Review

I’m a huge wuss when it comes to horror and, as such, it's not a genre that I tend to dip my toes into very often. While there are a few horror series that I do enjoy, I usually don’t go out of my way to seek them out and probably wouldn’t have picked up... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 6 Review

After the last, action-packed volume, Beastars shifts the focus back to the character's interpersonal relationships and the romantic drama between Legoshi, Haru and Juno. As with my previous reviews of the Beastars manga, this review will contain spoilers for previous volumes in the series. Synopsis:  After rescuing Haru, Legoshi finally confesses to her that he... Continue Reading →

BL Metamorphosis Vol 1 Review

When I was describing this manga to my friend, her first guess as to what it was about, based on the title, was that it was a romance between a cockroach man and Franz Kafka. She was only mildly disappointed when I explained that Kaori Tsurutani’s BL Metamorphosis is instead a sweet story about female... Continue Reading →

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