Love on the Other Side Review

Love on the Other Side is a short story collection of various works by Nagabe that focus on relationships - some platonic, some romantic - between humans and various supernatural creatures, animal-men and some just straight-up animals. Much like Nagabe’s other work, The Girls From the Other Side: Siúil, a Rún, the stories in this... Continue Reading →

Don’t Call Me Daddy Review

Much like the manga this is spun off from, Don’t Call Me Daddy has a title that I think will give people the impression that it’s quite a bit raunchier than it actually is. A sequel, of sorts, to Don’t Call Me Dirty, Don’t Call Me Daddy is a touching BL romance by Gorou Kanbe... Continue Reading →

My Senpai is Annoying Vol 1 Review

Originally a webcomic, Shiromanta’s My Senpai is Annoying is one of those rare manga releases that features colour art! While there is still plenty of white space, it was a fun surprise to open this book and find it full of vibrant colours. The simple, yet endearing, art-style is a perfect fit for this tale... Continue Reading →

How Do We Relationship? Vol 1 Review

Most romance stories will focus on the lead up to the main couple getting together, but Tamifull confesses to being more interested in what happens after the characters in these stories start dating. Since she wasn’t able to find these kinds of stories, she decided to create one herself. Thus, How Do We Relationship? was... 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 →

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 →

Heartstopper Vol 1 Review

Heartstopper began life as a webcomic, though its main characters appeared even earlier as side-characters in author, Alice Oseman’s, young-adult novel, Solitaire. Now Nick and Charlie’s story of youthful romance and self-discovery has made it to print, allowing new readers, such as myself, to experience it for the first time. Synopsis: It hasn’t been easy... 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 →

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 →

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