Tag Archives: Yen Press

Thoughts on Éclair Orange

Once again, time to take a look at another anthology of yuri stories – this time the next entry of the Éclair series, Éclair Orange. Seventeen different people contributed to this volume, offering up an interesting variety of yuri stories.

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Thoughts on Kiniro Mosaic Volume 11

All good things must come to an end, and that is what Yui Hara’s Kiniro Mosaic does with its eleventh, and final, volume. The girls’ time as students is nearing the end, which means lots of studying for entrance exams … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Farewell to My Alter: Nio Nakatani Short Story Collection

Farewell to My Alter: Nio Nakatani Short Story Collection is exactly what it says in the title: a collection of short stories written and illustrated by Nio Nakatani. I imagine plenty of people are aware, but for those who are … Continue reading

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Thoughts on The Whole of Humanity Has Gone Yuri Except for Me

The Whole of Humanity Has Gone Yuri Except for Me is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Hiroki Haruse. It focuses on a girl called Marika Uruuno, who wakes up one day to find herself in a world filled … Continue reading

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Thoughts on I Love You So Much, I Hate You

I Love You So Much, I Hate You is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Yuni. The story focuses on office lady Saori Fujimura and her boss Ayako Asano. Ayako is married, but that doesn’t stop her from engaging … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Laid-Back Camp Volume 10

The tenth volume of Afro’s Laid-Back Camp sees the OEC try camping a little closer to home, whilst Rin sets off on an adventure with a new friend. This volume contains chapters fifty-three through to fifty-seven.

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Thoughts on I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years and the Demon King Made Me a Minister Volume 1 (Manga)

A spin-off of Kisetsu Morita’s I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, I Was a Bottom-Tier Bureaucrat for 1,500 Years and the Demon King Made Me a Minister focuses on Beelzebub long before she meets the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Bofuri: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense. Volume 1 (Manga)

Like many other similar titles, Bofuri: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense. is available in light novel, manga and anime form. Here, I’ll be casting my eye over Jirou Oimoto’s manga adaptation, licensed for … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Magical Girl Raising Project: Peaceful Days of 16 Magical Girls

Back in 2016, Asari Endou’s light novel series Magical Girl Raising Project received an anime adaptation. The tenth volume of said light novel series is one that serves as a companion to the anime series, focusing on the sixteen magical … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Dear Noman Volume 1

Dear Noman is a manga written and illustrated by Neji. The plot focuses on a girl who can see ghost-like entities known as nomans, and her crow lady partner. Yen Press licensed the manga for an English language release. This … Continue reading

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