Category: Manga & Graphic Novels

A Sign of Affection, Volume 1 by suu Morishita

Posted February 24, 2021 in Manga & Graphic Novels
A Sign of Affection, Volume 1 by suu Morishita

I honestly already felt invested in the subject just by reading the title. And now, after finishing this first volume, an even warmer feeling has spread through my heart . . . While the story keeps you entertained, the topic at hand is what truly grabs the readers’ attention. How could it not? We get a little window that doesn’t simply let us see how a deaf person communicates, but […]

Those Not-So-Sweet Boys, Volume 1 by Yoko Nogiri

Posted February 10, 2021 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Those Not-So-Sweet Boys, Volume 1 by Yoko Nogiri

When you have a debt to pay and gotta ‘babysit’ three hot not-so-sweet guys, things can be tricky. However, when the right girl is on the job, chances are those guys’ life could turn upside down. If Midori’s determination and perseverance is something those guys couldn’t anticipate, their kindness is what she would have never expected. Which brings up the question: are they really bad guys? Soon enough, the deal […]

Gudetama: Mindfulness for the Lazy by Wook-Jin Clark

Posted January 27, 2021 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Gudetama: Mindfulness for the Lazy by Wook-Jin Clark

If the chance to read a comic inspired by the worldwide hit Sanrio character—and animated star—presents itself, don’t overthink the answer, just say: Gudetama? Yes, please! The cutest, laziest egg ever is ready to teach you how to be more mindful, empathize with others, and learn to be selfless. How many struggle every day and feel overwhelmed? This comic shows real life situations and offers you guidance on how to […]

Tales of the Mist by Laura Suárez

Posted January 20, 2021 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Tales of the Mist by Laura Suárez

Set in a small village in Galicia, Spain, during the 30s, this is a collection of short tales of mist and ghosts the author’s grandmother used to tell her while sitting by the kitchen firewood. When we read—or are told—about folklore and superstitions, it’s easy to get enraptured. Then, if they are of the dark genre, it’s impossible not to get the creepy vibes that are assured to put us […]