New York, New York Vol 1 Review

Hello again, everyone! I wound up taking a bit of an unscheduled break during July, so it's been a while since I've posted a new review. However, I was doing a lot of reading during my blogging vacation, so hopefully August will be a more productive month for the blog. For my grand return, I'm... 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 →

Manga Mini Reviews: BL Edition Take 2

My 'Manga To Buy' list has been steadily growing, my 'To Read' pile has been ballooning and I've once again fallen behind with writing reviews for the new titles that I've read. So, I think it's time for another round of mini reviews! I've Become An Omega Today Review Synopsis: Kanade has always loved his... Continue Reading →

Sayonara Game Review

Sayonara Game, by Yuu Minaduki, is a BL manga that follows the romance of a pair of former baseball teammates who are reunited several years after graduating high school. One of them failed to express his feelings to the other when they were in school, but will they get another chance at the game of... Continue Reading →

My Love Mix-Up! Vol 1 Review

Written by Wataru Hinekure and with art by Aruko, My Love Mix-Up! is a cute boys love manga about a series of mistakes that might just lead two classmates into an unlikely love story. Synopsis: Aoki has fallen for his shy and sweet classmate, Hashimoto. When she kindly lends him her eraser during class, he's... Continue Reading →

Bad Boys, Happy Home Vol 1 Review

Are you ready for a story about some tough boys playing house? Written by Shoowa and with art by Hiromasa Okujima, Bad Boys, Happy Home is a humorous and dramatic tale of fist fights, broken homes and idiots in love. Synopsis: Akamatsu is a troubled teen who needs some kind of an outlet for his... Continue Reading →

Like Two Peas in a Pod Review

Gorou Kanbe is quickly becoming one of my favourite BL manga creators. Both, Don't Call Me Dirty and Don't Call Me Daddy contain touching and powerful stories that I deeply love. So, I was thrilled when I heard that Tokyopop had licensed another title by Gorou Kanbe: Like Two Peas in a Pod. Synopsis: Classmates,... Continue Reading →

Dick Fight Island Vol 1 Review

Reibun Ike's Dick Fight Island has turned out to be the raunchy little BL manga that could, reaching #1 in Amazon's Romance Manga and Yaoi & LGBTQ+ Manga categories and, much more surprisingly, #2 in Amazon's Action & Adventure Manga category! I guess that tongue-in-cheek title was just that intriguing. I'm going to tell you now, this... Continue Reading →

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