Primitive Boyfriend Vol 1 Review

You may be looking at the cover image and title of this manga and thinking to yourself, “Is this a comic about a girl dating an early hominid?” Yes. Yes it is. Synopsis: Farm girl Kamigome Mito is a peerless beauty admired by everyone at her school, but she just can’t seem to catch a... Continue Reading →

Prince Freya Vol 1 Review

Sword fights, treacherous plots and an ordinary peasant girl who turns out to be one hell of an actress are just some of the elements that comprise this thrilling new fantasy manga by Keiko Ishihara. Some readers might be familiar with Ishihara’s other works, such as of The Bride & the Exorcist Knight and The... Continue Reading →

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 →

Fire in His Fingertips Vol 1 Review

Written and drawn by Kawano Tanishi, this manga’s full title is Fire in His Fingertips: A Flirty Fireman Ravishes Me with His Smoldering Gaze. As the highly descriptive subtitle implies, this is a sexy romance series targeted at adult women, with extra emphasis on the sexy part. Synopsis: Ryo has been friends with Souma, an... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Love Me, Love Me Not Vol 1 Review

Love Me, Love Me Not is a new shojo romance manga by Io Sakisaka, who has several other works available in English, such as Strobe Edge and Ao Haru Ride. The hook that makes Love Me, Love Me Not unique is that it features two heroines, both of whose love lives are given equal weight... Continue Reading →

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