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Thoughts on Splatoon: Squid Kids Comedy Show Volume 6

Hit and Maika return for more Splatoon based antics in the sixth volume of Hideki Goto’s Splatoon: Squid Kids Comedy Show manga. They’re busy in this volume, with Splatfests, Tower Control and Salmon Run.

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Thoughts on How Do We Relationship? Volume 6

Miwa’s mental health is at a very bad place in the sixth volume of Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? manga, and Saeko stopping by her place doesn’t seem to particularly help matters, either. This volume contains chapters forty-six to fifty-four.

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Thoughts on A Witch’s Printing Office Volume 6

The search for a spell to get Mika back home to her own world continues in the sixth and final volume of A Witch’s Printing Office. There might be a little bit of hope on that front, but before that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on If I Could Reach You Volume 6

Kaoru reflects on her past in the sixth volume of tMnR’s If I Could Reach You manga, thinking back to how she and Reiichi got together. This volume contains chapters twenty-six through to thirty.

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Thoughts on Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Volume 6 (Manga)

The sixth volume of Sergei’s Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear manga has events mostly taking place in the capital. Despite wanting to try to keep a low profile, of course Yuna gets involved in some trouble. This volume contains chapters fifty-one … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Cells at Work! Volume 6

It feels like it has been a long while, but we are now finally getting to the sixth and final volume of Akane Shimizu’s Cells at Work!. A cell’s work is never done, and they have plenty to overcome this … Continue reading

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Thoughts on I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Volume 6 (Manga)

The sixth volume of Yusuke Shiba’s manga adaptation of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level introduces a character that didn’t make it into the anime. Azusa has a little adventure with the leviathan sisters, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Cells at Work! Code Black Volume 6

The body faces its bleakest chapter yet in the sixth volume of Shigemitsu Harada’s Cells at Work! Code Black. White Blood Cell is down for the count, and all the attempts to help the body from outside all seem to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow Volume 6

There may be no more snow in this volume of A Tropical Fish Yearns for Snow, but Konatsu gets to return to the spotlight. She was practically a no-show in the previous volume, so it is nice to have her … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Yuri Is My Job! Volume 6

Communication is key, and that is something that the sixth volume of miman’s Yuri Is My Job! manga brings to the forefront. Hime and Mitsuki have had their fair share of drama, now it is time for them to talk. … Continue reading

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