Tag Archives: Manga
I guess the title is kind of correct, Namekawa-san doesn’t take a licking. No, she takes multiple, whether she wants them or not. And she really does not want them. This second volume of Rie Ato’s Namekawa-san Doesn’t Take a … Continue reading
The OEC go camping at the Mount Mizugaki campsite in the twelfth volume of Afro’s Laid-Back Camp. Or, rather, they did, and this volume has them sharing their experience with Nadeshiko. This volume contains chapters sixty-four to sixty-nine.
Wako and Ellie continue to be pretty much like this in the second volume of Takashi Ikeda’s The Two of Them Are Pretty Much Like This manga. Like what? This, obviously. This volume contains chapters twenty-five to forty-eight.
Yuko and Momo get around to some serious business in the sixth volume of Izumo Ito’s The Demon Girl Next Door manga. Or at least they would, if not for a situation involving Ogura… This volume contains chapters sixty-five to … Continue reading
In this volume of Eita Mizuno’s Otherside Picnic manga adaptation, the February Station arc concludes… for now. Then Toriko pulls a vanishing act. This volume contains chapters eleven to seventeen.
EX Japan continues in the fourth volume of Eri Ejima’s Young Ladies Don’t Play Fighting Games, with the girls finding themselves fighting quite the eclectic bunch of characters. Almost like they are straight out of fighting games themselves… This volume … Continue reading
Aria insists on getting totally involved in Ichika’s life in the second volume of Akili’s Vampeerz manga. But that’s OK, because Ichika is determined to have Aria fall for her. This volume contains chapters six to ten.
Both Miwa and Saeko are moving onto new chapters in their respective lives in the seventh volume of Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship?. They both still have their own challenges to overcome, though. This volume contains chapters fifty-five to sixty-three.
Satsuki returns to her home in the eleventh volume of Sakuya Amano’s Konohana Kitan manga. She has Yuzu in tow, of course. Satsuki reluctantly goes to meet her parents, particularly considering her current status.
Ayano can no longer avoid a certain topic when talking to her parents, so she finally reveals the truth to them in the fifth volume of Takako Shimura’s Even Though We’re Adults manga. This volume contains chapters twenty-one to twenty-five.