Tag Archives: Kentaro Sato
The threat of the Tempest looms ever closer in the twelfth volume of Magical Girl Site as the Magical Girls fight to overcome the cursed site. This volume of the manga contains chapters eighty-seven through to ninety-six.
The past few volumes of Kentaro Sato’s Magical Girl Site have been following the story of the magical girls Kayo and Sakaki, shedding light on a few things. That particular plot comes to an end in this volume, bringing us … Continue reading
Magical Girl Site‘s tenth volume continues directly on from the ninth, focusing not on Aya but on Kayo Kozumi as she tries to uncover information on somebody known only as “A”. This volume of Kentaro Sato’s manga contains chapters sixty-five … Continue reading
The ninth volume of Magical Girl Site introduces a few new magical girls, and shifts focus completely away from Aya and the others. This volume contains chapters fifty-six through to sixty-four.
I shall once again be taking a look at Kentaro Sato’s Magical Girl Site manga, with the eighth volume giving us plenty more mysteries and dire situations. Basically more despair for the magical girls. This volume eighth volume of Magical … Continue reading
Time to try and reduce some of my backlog of manga to review, and the next one on my list is volume seven of Magical Girl Site. This volume contains chapters forty-four to forty-nine. Before I begin, I will say … Continue reading
Here’s another volume of manga I picked up from May’s London Comic Con. It is the sixth installment of Kentaro Sato’s Magical Girl Site series. Aya witnessed something horrific in the previous volume, and said horrific thing is soon approaching … Continue reading
With a PV recently being released for the Magical Girl Site anime adaptation, I figure now is a pretty relevant time to talk about the series. So I will be focusing on the fifth volume of the manga. Before I … Continue reading
With volume three providing one of my favourite moments from the entire series, the fourth volume of Magical Girl Site certainly has its work cut out to maintain that same level of quality. New characters are introduced in this volume, … Continue reading