Tag Archives: Romance

Thoughts on Killing Me! Volume 1

Killing Me! is a love comedy manga written and illustrated by Akiyama that focuses on a vampire hunter and the vampire she is supposed to be hunting. Yen Press licensed the manga for an English release, and this first volume … Continue reading

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Rory’s Reviews: citrus

citrus is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the yuri manga written by Saburouta. The anime was directed by Takeo Takahashi, and the writer was Naoki Hayashi. The studio that produced it was Passione. citrus aired during the winter 2018 season … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Hana & Hina After School Volume 3

The third and final volume of Hana & Hina After School brings their story to an end, but is it a satisfying end? I guess the only way to find out is to take a look.

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Thoughts on Kase-san and Shortcake

I will now be taking a look at the third book of Hiromi Takashima’s Kase-san and… series, Kase-san and Shortcake. Not too long ago, I started thinking about what my favourite manga series are – and I definitely feel that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Bloom into You Volume 3

This weekend, I’ll be looking at a couple more yuri titles – and as you can see from the title here, I will be covering Nakatani Nio’s Bloom into You once more. Rather than chapters, this particular manga series has … Continue reading

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Rory’s Reviews: Netsuzou Trap -NTR-

Netsuzou Trap -NTR- is a twelve episode yuri anime adaptation of Kodama Naoko’s manga series. The studio that produced it was Creators in Pack, and the director was Hisayoshi Hirasawa. Credited for the writing are Words in Stereo and YĆ«ichi … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Hana & Hina After School Volume 2

After taking a look at the first volume of Milk Morinaga’s Hana & Hina After School, it’s only natural that I will be following that up with my thoughts on the second volume. In this volume, Hana goes over to … Continue reading

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