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The Astral Buddy spin-off of A Certain Scientific Railgun comes to a close with its fourth volume. Hokaze has quite the battle on her hands, whilst others make their moves elsewhere. This volume contains chapters twenty through to thirty, the … Continue reading
Yuna is making children’s lives better and taking on an escort quest in the fourth volume of Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga adaptation. This volume contains chapters thirty-one through to chapter forty.
The different stages and new weapons make up a lot of focus of the fourth volume of Hideki Goto’s Splatoon: Squid Kids Comedy Show. Of course, Hit and Maika continue their usual antics, too.
Elma’s leading a busy life as an office lady, and the fourth volume of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Elma’s Office Lady Diary lets us see exactly what she has been getting up to. It mostly involves food. This volume contains … Continue reading
We venture back into Japari Park once more with the fourth volume of Kemono Friends à la Carte. This volume has stories based on the second season of the anime. Five artists contribute illustrations (including the cover illustration), and there … Continue reading
The fourth volume of Nekomint’s Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! manga takes us back into the past, to show us how a certain characters loathing of bandits came about, followed by the Crimson … Continue reading
Mika and Protagonist Press are just as busy as ever in the fourth volume of Mochinchi and Yasuhiro Miyama’s A Witch’s Printing Office manga. There’s a lot on their plates, and double-booking a venue only makes things worse. This volume … Continue reading
Azusa and company arrive at the demon lands in the fourth volume of Yusuke Shiba’s I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level manga adaptation. Everyone has to be on their best behaviour as they are … Continue reading
Éclair Rouge is the fourth volume of the “Girls’ Love Anthology That Resonates in Your Heart”, featuring works from new and returning artists. This volume contains contributions from seventeen artists. Some of the names will certainly be familiar to those … Continue reading
It is time for a culture festival in the fourth volume of Makoto Hagino’s A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow, but certain circumstances mean Konatsu will be flying solo. Besides that, there’s also quite a lot of stuff happening that … Continue reading