Tag Archives: Seven Seas Entertainment
Adachi and Shimamura is a yuri light novel series written by Hitoma Iruma and illustrated by Non. It began serialisation in October 2012 in Dengeki Bunko Magazine. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the light novels for English release. The story focuses … Continue reading
The Crimson Vow’s adventures continue with the ninth light novel of FUNA’s Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!. Continuing their work as hunters, they have some unusually powerful foes to face, and Mavis feels … Continue reading
I’ve previously shared my thoughts on the manga version of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, and now I shall be turning my attention to the original light novel. Written by Kumanano and illustrated by 029, it was first published in Japan … Continue reading
Junko Hokaze’s story continues in the third volume of A Certain Scientific Railgun: Astral Buddy. A glimpse into the past reveals answers for questions brought up in previous volumes. This volume contains chapters thirteen through to nineteen.
The ninth volume of Shotaro Tokuno’s New Game! manga splits its attention between two different game companies: Eagle Jump and Blue Rose. Eagle Jump are hard at work in Japan on their next project. Over in France, the focus at … Continue reading
Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear is a light novel series written by Kumanano, but that is not what I shall be looking at. At least, not just yet. Instead, what I shall be sharing my thoughts on is the manga adaptation … Continue reading
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.
Whenever someone puts forth the question of what superpower I would like to have, my choice would always be to manipulate the space-time continuum – because if you’re going to gain powers, might as well go all out. Yuri manga … Continue reading
Goodbye, My Rose Garden is a manga written and illustrated by Dr. Pepperco. It is set in England in 1900, and focuses on a Japanese girl named Hanako who travels to England and becomes a maid for a noblewoman named … Continue reading