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Miwa and Saeko embark upon new chapters of their respective lives in the fifth volume of Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? manga. Miwa in particular goes to meet with her childhood friend, and has something to tell her… This volume … Continue reading
Chiaki decides that just using her hands is no longer enough in the fifth volume of Wakame Konbu’s Breasts Are My Favorite Things in the World! manga. After all, she wants to get to know Hana even better. This volume … Continue reading
Elma finds herself busy doing a lot of stuff in the fifth volume of Ayami Kazama’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Elma’s Office Lady Diary manga, from trying to get a driving license to coming up with the perfect bento box. … Continue reading
In the fifth volume of Izumo Ito’s The Demon Girl Next Door, we get smartphones, camping, a new Magical Girl, and Yuko’s birthday – as well as plenty of other goings-on. This volume contains chapters fifty-three through to sixty-four.
Mika’s search for that elusive spell to get her back home continues in the fifth volume of Mochinchi and Yasuhiro Miyama’s A Witch’s Printing Office manga. On top of that, she also has the appearance of a rival to deal … Continue reading
Kurokawa reunites with a childhood friend in the fifth volume of Ajiichi’s Failed Princesses manga. That really gets Fujishiro considering her feelings towards Kurokawa. This volume contains chapters twenty-five through to thirty-one.
Hit, Maika and Kou are back to their usual antics in the fifth volume of Hideki Goto’s Splatoon: Squid Kids Comedy Show. Of course they’re joined by other Inklings, but those aren’t the only beings joining in on their shenanigans.
Yuna is on the road to the capital in the fifth volume of Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga adaptation. Naturally the journey can’t be a peaceful one, but it’s not like Yuna is exactly lacking in strength. This volume … Continue reading
It’s only taken five volumes, but we finally get some actual snow in A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow. Kind of inconsequential, though, as the focus in this volume is more on Kaede Hirose and her interactions with Koyuki.