Thoughts on Otaku Elf Volume 2

A new face appears in the second volume of Akihiko Higuchi’s Otaku Elf manga, although it is someone that Elda actually recognises. On top of her usual duties, the elf has to deal with fashion, texting, and, perhaps the most arduous task of all for a shut-in: leaving her shrine.
This volume contains five “episodes”, each one split into three chapters – taking us from chapter thirteen all the way through to twenty-seven. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Laid-Back Camp Volume 11

The Ooi River arc comes to a conclusion in the eleventh volume of Afro’s Laid-Back Camp manga. Rin and Nadeshiko’s friend Ayano soon find themselves joined by Nadeshiko herself, as they take in the sights – and enjoy plenty of food.
This volume contains chapters fifty-eight through to sixty-three. Continue reading

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Thoughts on BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! Roselia Stage Volume 1

BanG Dream! Girls Band Party! Roselia Stage is the manga adaptation of Roselia’s story from the BanG Dream! Girls Band Party mobile game, illustrated by Dr. Pepperco. TOKYOPOP licensed the manga series for English release.
This first volume focuses on how the five members of Roselia came together, and contains chapters one through to five. Continue reading

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The Executioner and Her Way of Life Episode 8: Sin Magecraft

Menou finds herself a little strapped for cash in the eighth episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life, so she takes on a job from the church. Continue reading

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Spring 2022 Anime: Thoughts So Far

We have now passed the halfway point of the spring 2022 season of anime, so it’s that time again: I will be sharing my thoughts on all the shows I have been watching this season. A lot of strong content from this particular season, so might as well dive right in. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Cells at Work! Baby Volume 3

As the body grows in the third volume of Yasuhiro Fukuda’s Cells at Work! Baby, so to do the cells that inhabit it. With that new growth comes new challenges, and new threats.
This volume contains chapters sixteen through to twenty. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Volume 6 (Manga)

The sixth volume of Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga has events mostly taking place in the capital. Despite wanting to try to keep a low profile, of course Yuna gets involved in some trouble.
This volume contains chapters fifty-one through to sixty. Continue reading

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Rory Muses About Rune Factory 5

You know what? I want to talk about Rune Factory 5. Specifically, I want to share my thoughts on the bachelorettes of the game, and maybe take a look at some swimsuits, too. Before I dive in, I should let you know that I have been playing as the female main character – whom I shall be referring to as Alice from here on, as that is her default name – and pursuing the yuri relationships. Continue reading

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Thoughts on I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Volume 8 (Manga)

Azusa’s family grows ever bigger in the eighth volume of Yusuke Shiba’s I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level manga adaptation.
This volume contains chapters forty-one through to forty-six. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Harukana Receive Volume 10

The final of the Valkyrie Cup arrives in the tenth and final volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive manga. Haruka and Kanata have seen some fierce competition, and now they face their biggest rivals.
This volume contains chapters fifty-six through to sixty-one. Continue reading

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