Tag Archives: Volume 6
I would say that it is once again time to step into Konohanatei, but the sixth volume actually picks up from where the previous one left off with Yuzu back at her home. She has a difficult question to answer. … Continue reading
The Square King Cup reaches its conclusion in the sixth volume of Sankichi Hinodeya’s Splatoon manga, and that is followed up with a round of Salmon Run. This volume contains chapters twenty through to twenty-three, as well as one bonus … Continue reading
The sixth volume of the Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka manga wraps up the Okinawa arc, before setting things up for the next arc – one that will take the magical girls overseas. This volume contains chapters twenty-three to twenty-six.
Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! is getting an anime adaptation, which starts in October 2019 – that’s at least one autumn season anime I’ll be adding to my watch list, then. But it … Continue reading
Fake news, mystery novels, ghost stories and bad weather are all in store for Gensokyo in the sixth volume of Forbidden Scrollery. This volume contains chapters thirty-eight through to forty-five.
Volume six of the Bloom into You manga pretty much picks up from where the anime ended, so that’s kind of convenient. Of course, that means that it is finally time for the cultural festival, and with that, the student … Continue reading
The sixth light novel in Asari Endou’s Magical Girl Raising Project series is the conclusion of the Limited story, fittingly titled Limited (II). I enjoyed the first part of the story quite a lot, so let’s now see if the … Continue reading
Moving steadily closer to clearing out my backlog, I now turn my attention to Kiniro Mosaic. The sixth volume gets somewhat festive, and the girls start their final year of high school.
Right, I’ve got an ever-growing backlog of manga that I want to share my thoughts on, so I have decided that it is about time that I started doing something about that. The plan is to try and get one … Continue reading
Here’s another volume of manga I picked up from May’s London Comic Con. It is the sixth installment of Kentaro Sato’s Magical Girl Site series. Aya witnessed something horrific in the previous volume, and said horrific thing is soon approaching … Continue reading