Tag Archives: Kodansha Comics
Time for the spotlight to shine on a different pair of sisters in the ninth volume of miman’s Yuri Is My Job! manga. It is Sumika and Kanoko’s turn to bring some drama into Liebe. This volume contains chapters forty-two … Continue reading
Hime’s time at Liebe appears to be coming to an end in the fourth volume of miman’s Yuri Is My Job! manga. Or it would be, if not for Mitsuki and Kanoko putting their differences aside to convince her to … Continue reading
The body is growing, and so are the cells in the fourth and final volume of Cells at Work! Baby. Some cells continue to work hard, whilst others have fulfilled their purpose and must bid farewell. This volume contains chapters … Continue reading
They’ve been apart for a while, but a single message soon sends Uta back to Kaoru’s side in the seventh and final volume of tMnR’s If I Could Reach You manga. This volume contains chapters thirty-one to the final chapter, thirty-seven.
Kaoru reflects on her past in the sixth volume of tMnR’s If I Could Reach You manga, thinking back to how she and Reiichi got together. This volume contains chapters twenty-six through to thirty.
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 … Continue reading
Sahoko’s middle school past that she was trying to keep secret catches up to her in the third volume of Hazuki Takeoka and Fly’s Chasing After Aoi Koshiba manga. This volume contains chapters seventeen through to twenty-four.
In the second volume of Hazuki Takeoka and Fly’s Chasing After Aoi Koshiba manga, a couple of the characters come to terms with the feelings they have for others. This volume contains chapters seven through to sixteen.
Chasing After Aoi Koshiba is a yuri manga, created by Hazuki Takeoka and Fly. More specifically, the former is credited with the creation, whilst the latter is credited with the manga. Seems a bit odd not to go for the … Continue reading