Monthly Archives: November 2019
The second volume of Yukiko’s Futaribeya: A Room for Two sees things warming up as summer arrives. It also covers some events as autumn sets as well. This volume contains chapters twelve through to twenty-two, as well as a bonus … Continue reading
The seventh episode of Abilities Average offers us an anime-only experience (if I recall correctly). The Crimson Vow have been working hard, and as such they decide it is time to take a break. Mile knows exactly what they should … Continue reading
The qualifiers continue in the sixth episode of Chidori RSC. Hikari may have had a good performance, but a place at the Nationals is not guaranteed yet. There are still three more groups to get through, and there are some … Continue reading
With episode of forty of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure, there must be around two months’ worth of PreCure left – giving us somewhere between eight and ten episodes most likely. The fortieth episode focuses on Lala, as secrets she has … Continue reading
Éclair is a yuri manga anthology – or, as it says on the cover, “A Girls’ Love Anthology That Resonates in Your Heart”. It contains sixteen stories by different mangaka, many of which I imagine yuri fans will be quite … Continue reading
It probably won’t come as any surprise what my game of the month for November of 2019 is, as there has been quite a lot of commotion surrounding the particular game – ah, or games, I guess would be more … Continue reading
The sixth volume of Shotaro Tokuno’s New Game! manga brings along some significant changes for Eagle Jump as the development of their game PECO continues on in earnest.
I’d say we are around the halfway point of the current season of anime, so as usual I shall be sharing my thoughts on all the shows I have been watching this season. I’ll say this now: it has been … Continue reading
Magical Girl Raising Project: Jokers is the seventh light novel in Asari Endou’s Magical Girl Raising Project series. Unlike Limited, which came before it, this entry in the series is all contained in a single volume.
After reminiscing about the past in the previous episode, the Crimson Vow finish up their mission in episode six of Abilities Average. Turns out there there is actually a bit more going on than they initially anticipated, though.