Goodbye, My Rose Garden Vol 1 Review

I’ve always loved a good period drama, with the elaborate costumes and the comedy of manners that arises from characters trying to navigate the rigid social standards of their time. Thus, I was immediately interested in Goodbye, My Rose Garden, a historical romance manga, by Dr. Pepperco, set in England during the early part of... Continue Reading →

Manga Mini Reviews (Caste Heaven Vol 1, Deko-Boko Sugar Days & The Conditions of Paradise)

March was another month with a large number of manga releases, so it’s time for some more mini reviews! Caste Heaven Vol 1 Review Dark, intense and twisted, Caste Heaven is not a title I would recommend if you are looking for a sweet, Boys Love manga. Written and drawn by Chise Ogawa, Caste Heaven... Continue Reading →

Scarlet Vol 1 Review

Scarlet is a dark-fantasy, yuri manga by Chiri Yuino that I had originally assumed was about vampires, based on the cover art. Turns out, it’s actually about werewolves. Looking at the cover again, the red riding hood get-up is kind of a dead giveaway. Synopsis: Since she was a child, the most important person in... Continue Reading →

Still Sick Vol 1 Review

While I have nothing against a highschool romance, it’s always nice to find a yuri manga featuring adults. And not only are the leads of Still Sick working, adult women, they're also manga fans! Synopsis: Makoto Shimizu’s worst nightmare has just become reality: one of her co-workers has discovered that she draws and sells fan... Continue Reading →

Our Wonderful Days Vol 1 Review

Our Wonderful Days is new yuri manga, written and illustrated by Kei Hamuro and published by Seven Seas Entertainment, which focuses on a group of friends enjoying their high school days and quietly crushing on each other. Synopsis: Koharu has just started high school and is excited to learn that two of her friends, Nanaya... Continue Reading →

RoadQueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love Review

RoadQueen: Eternal Roadtrip to Love by Mira Ong Chua, is a romantic comedy featuring two badass babes in a heated competition where hearts, and a very special motorcycle, are on the line. This edition collects the comics Girlfriend of the World and its sequel, Eternal Roadtrip to Love, and includes colour pages and a bonus... Continue Reading →

Killing Me! Vol 1 Review

I was completely onboard for the premise of this manga, which features a yuri romance between a vampire and a vampire hunter. I mean, that sounds super fun, right? Unfortunately, the end result is something of a letdown… Synopsis: Saki Fujimiya is a graceful and accomplished honor student by day and a deadly vampire hunter... Continue Reading →

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