Tag Archives: Manga

Thoughts on Cells at Work! Code Black Volume 2

The cells return in the second volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, and they are as hard-pressed as ever to ensure the body keeps functioning. That becomes quite a struggle when the body itself is subject to all sorts … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Harukana Receive Volume 5

Things turn intense in the fifth volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive, as the final match of Okinawa regional qualifiers gets underway. It may just be the most important game of beach volleyball for Haruka and Kanata yet, and their opponents … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka Volume 8

The eighth volume of Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka brings an end to the Ukraine arc of the story, with plenty of action as Asuka and her allies clash with their foes. This volume contains chapters thirty-one through to thirty-four.

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Thoughts on If I Could Reach You Volume 2

In the second volume of tMnR’s If I Could Reach You, we get to spend some time with Uta’s friend Chloe. Chloe’s love life gives Uta some ideas about how she should approach her relationship with her Kaoru. This volume contains … Continue reading

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Thoughts on A Witch’s Printing Office Volume 1

A story involving what is effectively a comic con in a fantasy setting is something that I would love to write (and do have several ideas for), and it seems there are people out there who share similar feelings. A … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! The Manga Volume 2

The second volume of Nekomint’s manga adaptation of FUNA’s Abilities Average light novel series focuses on Mile and company’s time at the Hunters’ Prep School, more specifically the graduation exam. Something – or rather, someone – who didn’t make it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Furatibeya: A Room for Two Volume 3

The third volume of Yukiko’s Futaribeya: A Room for Two gives us more of the everyday lives of Sakurako and Kasumi, as well as their friends and family. This volume contains chapters twenty-three through to thirty-one, two special chapters and … Continue reading

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