Category Archives: Manga
It is time for a band camp in the second volume of How Do We Relationship?, and jealously becomes a central theme. This volume contains chapters ten through to eighteen.
Éclair Rouge is the fourth volume of the “Girls’ Love Anthology That Resonates in Your Heart”, featuring works from new and returning artists. This volume contains contributions from seventeen artists. Some of the names will certainly be familiar to those … Continue reading
Ms. Koizumi returns to slurp even more ramen in the second volume of Naru Narumi’s Ms. Koizumi loves ramen noodles., though she is not alone in that endeavour. Yu might just have her eyes on a bit more than than … Continue reading
Licensed for an English release by Seven Seas Entertainment, Syrup: A Yuri Anthology is a collection of short yuri manga stories from names that yuri manga fans might just recognise.
Elma returns in the third volume of Ayami Kazama’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid spin-off manga, Elma’s Office Lady Diary. The office is only one thing keeping her busy, as she continues to adjust to life in human society. This volume … Continue reading
Failed Princesses is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Ajiichi, licensed for an English release by Seven Seas Entertainment. It focuses on popular girl Nanaki Fujishiro and plain girl Kanade Kurokawa, and the relationship that develops between them. This … Continue reading
Well, this is it: the eighth and final volume of Nakatani Nio’s Bloom into You. All things must come to an end, and so the question I pose is: does Bloom into You offer a solid conclusion to what has … Continue reading
The Izu arc concludes in the ninth volume of Afro’s Laid-Back Camp manga, but not without plenty of delicious food and amazing sights. In other words, a pretty typical volume of Laid-Back Camp, and that is a very good thing. … Continue reading
Iroha returns with the second volume of the manga adaptation of the Magia Record mobile game, which apparently didn’t do so well with its English release. Maybe things would have been better if their “global” release had actually been global … Continue reading
It is time for a culture festival in the fourth volume of Makoto Hagino’s A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow, but certain circumstances mean Konatsu will be flying solo. Besides that, there’s also quite a lot of stuff happening that … Continue reading