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A Short Occult Series with Characters to Remember! // Ghost Diary vol. 1-3 review

Sukami is the heir to a family of exorcists, and he is very close to his sister, the strongest of them, whom is writing a book about how to defeat these different ghosts, monsters and spirits. The evening after his sister and he defeats the nameless god from an abandoned shrine she goes missing. 6 years later a reaper comes claiming to be his sister's friend! Who is she? And will completing the Ghost Diary really reveal his sister to him?

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Orange: The Complete Collection vol. 1-2 // A Manga Review… Problematic?! Maybe!?

On the first day of 11th grade Naho receives a letter from 10 years in the future! She has regrets about a new transfer student, Kakeru, who will soon join her class. As the letter's predictions come true one by one, she realizes in it lies the only way she can save Kakeru from a terrible future.

Book Reviews, Graphic Novels, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Pierce Brown’s Red Rising: Sons of Ares // A Graphic Novel Review

A graphic novel spin off of Pierce Brown's Red Rising series... It tells the tale of a forbidden love between members of opposing castes that lead to the formation of the Sons of Ares. In the future, the hierarchy of man is dictated by the color of one's caste. "The Golds rule all, but what will happen when one falls for a lowly Red?"

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Tokyo Ghoul: re Vol. 2-3 // A Review

In the sequel series to Tokyo Ghoul, Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his special squad of half-ghouls how to be outstanding Investigators, but this is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his subordinates and his own uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Will he and the members of his squad become heroes or monsters, taken out by the other squads in the Commission of Counter Ghoul…?!

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Vol. 1-5 // A Review

On her 16th birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits the ancestral estate she’s never seen. Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds. But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role!

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Takane & Hana, Vol. 1 // A Review

Hana is pressed into a marriage meeting with Takane, a scion of a business empire, impersonating her sister to save her father's job! Ready to put that fiasco behind her Hana is shocked that Takane actually seems interested in her! She is exasperated by his immaturity but intrigued despite herself at the fun she has as they try to outwit one another...

Book Reviews, Graphic Novels, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Why Length of a Graphic Novel Matters… // Dream of The Butterfly Vol. 1 Review

Tutu lives in the mountains, its winter and she slips away for some time alone, but when a blizzard rolls in she is hard pressed to find shelter. She stumbles into a village where being a little girl is a crime and animals can talk! There she is caught between rival factions who ALL want a mysterious butterfly.

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Children of the Whales, Vol. 2

In an endless desert floats the Mud Whale, an island city of clay moving by magic, containing a small community where most die young their life spans cut short by their own magic. Chakuro diligently chronicles their lives... This all changes when he meets a young girl and they are suddenly attacked by an Empire! What will be the citizens of Falaina do?!

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The Water Dragon’s Bride, Vol. 4

Asahi was a little girl happily living with her parents in modern times until she's pulled through a pond and wakes up in feudal Japan. It's now been some years and Asahi has grown into a lovely young woman under the protection of the local water dragon god, the young man she befriended whose village she lives in, Subaru and Tsukihiko, the priest teaching her the duties of a priestess.

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Nirvana Vol. 1

Yachiyo's dream comes true to volunteer overseas... but then her plane goes down in a storm! She dies and wakes up in another world called Gulgraf where she is identified as their reincarnated goddess! Blau are monsters that attack the people and from which Yachiyo with her goddess power can help protect... thus begins her adventures in the afterlife!

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Beasts of Abigaile Vol. 1

Nina immigrated to the small country of Ruberia in Europe where there are legends of werewolves and roses. There she realizes everyone lives an extremely rich lifestyle... and when she is bit by a wolfboy called Roy she learns their secret... With her own symptoms of the wolf she must hide she used to be human as she navigates the wolf school/prison Abigaile!

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

The Water Dragon’s Bride, Vol.1-3

Asahi is a little girl happily living with her parents in modern times. One day she approaches a pond and is pulled in, waking up in feudal Japan. A boy her age comes to her aid, offering to take this frightened girl to his village. She's not treated well and is rescued on the whim of the water god.

Book Reviews, Japanese Manga, Saturday Morning Cartoons

Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol. 1

When I saw this cover I was totally intrigued! I’m super excited to share the first volume of this horror genre manga sequel with you… And (of course) THE ART!! Come see… Genre Seinen, Action, Mystery, Drama, Horror, Supernatural, Psychological In the sequel series to Tokyo Ghoul, Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching his… Continue reading Tokyo Ghoul:re Vol. 1