Category: Manga & Graphic Novels

Love Me, Love Me Not, Volume 1 by Io Sakisaka

Posted March 11, 2020 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Love Me, Love Me Not, Volume 1 by Io Sakisaka

I still had to try any of Sakisaka’s manga, so I was happy to have the opportunity to review this one. The short—but to the point—blurb and the pretty cover totally grabbed my attention, and now that I read it I’m even happier! This was such an enjoyable first volume with some funny moments and an artwork that is truly adorable, just like the heroines of the story. Complete opposites, […]

Not Your Idol, Volume 1 by Aoi Makino

Posted February 19, 2020 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Not Your Idol, Volume 1 by Aoi Makino

I absolutely loved everything about this first volume, from the authenticity of the theme to the lovely artwork suiting the story so well, to the great pace, to that cliffhanger . . . Oh, I have such a thing for twists! By addressing complex subjects and important issues, Not Your Idol is a compelling new psychological suspense that makes you turn the pages quite eagerly. Nina might have shunned down […]

Small Hours: A Mrs. Frollein Collection by Valérie Minelli

Posted December 11, 2019 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Small Hours: A Mrs. Frollein Collection by Valérie Minelli

We all stop scrolling through our feed every time a comic strips pops up, don’t we? The illustrations are always too cute not to catch our eye, and when we read the panels we can’t help having a laugh because how much truth is there in these strips? This collection of comics is a fast read, but funny and heart-warming. Mrs. Frollein and her boyfriend are the cutest, their relationship […]

Bakemonogatari, Volume 1 by NisiOisiN

Posted October 23, 2019 in Manga & Graphic Novels
Bakemonogatari, Volume 1 by NisiOisiN

I went through this manga without having previously read the light novels that kicked off the Monogatari series, nor I watched the anime adaptation, so I didn’t have a proper knowledge of what this was all about. However, a look at the gorgeous cover, the catchy synopsis, and NisiOisiN’s name—also known for his literary adaptation of the Death Note manga—made me grab this volume without hesitation. And wasn’t my instinct […]