Monthly Archives: November 2019
It may surprise you to learn that the seventh volume of Afro’s Laid-Back Camp features more camping. Not. Things are changed up a little this time, though. We have a solo camping trip, but it is not Rin who is embarking … Continue reading
Our Wonderful Days is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Kei Hamuro. It was originally published in Japan as Tsurezure Biyori, and licensed for an English release by Seven Seas Entertainment. This first volume contains chapters one through to … Continue reading
A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow is a manga series written and illustrated by Makoto Hagino. It began serialisation in ASCII Media Works’ Dengeki Maoh magazine in June 2017. The English release is licensed by Viz Media. The first volume … Continue reading
Time to show some more love from the Crimson Vow as I take a look at the seventh light novel in FUNA’s Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! series. This time around, the Crimson … Continue reading
Still Sick is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Akashi, which focuses on two office ladies – Makoto Shimizu and Akane Maekawa. Makoto has a secret hobby that Akane happens to discover, but turns out that perhaps Makoto and … Continue reading
The eighth episode of Abilities Average devotes some time to both Mavis and Pauline, as they both have what can only really be described as family issues come up.
The seventh episode of Chidori RSC presents to us events that are pretty typical for a girl’s club anime. It really has fun with said events, though.
The forty-first episode of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure turns its attention to the Moon of Mihoshi Middle School, Madoka Kaguya. Madoka’s future is a key point that is brought up in this episode.
Time for us to go back to Japari Park once more, with the Kemono Friends á la Carte manga anthology. This anthology contains short stories based on the Kemono Friends franchise, most particularly the first season of anime. KADOKAWA CORPORATION, … Continue reading