Check out my most recent manga review at Girls in Capes

Find my latest review up now at Girls in Capes: With that in mind, as a Madoka*Magica franchise fan, most of the mystery of the series evaporated. While that’s true of other spinoff series as well, the direct intersection of Oriko’s path with the plot of the main series is a major detraction from myContinue reading “Check out my most recent manga review at Girls in Capes”

New review at Girls in Capes: Akuma no Riddle, Vol. 1

New review up at Girls in Capes: The best way to describe this manga is a schoolgirl assassination action manga with undertones of yuri romance. Tokaku is a star student at her original school of assassins, presented in the prologue as totally cold. Yet the warmth of a girl like Haru, who wasn’t raised toContinue reading “New review at Girls in Capes: Akuma no Riddle, Vol. 1”

New review at Girls in Capes: Love at Fourteen, Vol. 5

I have a new manga review up at Girls in Capes! As with previous volumes, Kanata and Kazuki’s relationship is still precious and the absolute best thing about the manga. At one point, Kazuki faces attempted humiliation at the hands of a girl who has a crush on Kanata, but he faces that potentially mortifyingContinue reading “New review at Girls in Capes: Love at Fourteen, Vol. 5”

New review at Girls in Capes: Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, Vol. 1

This month, I was excited to review the first volume of manga in one of my favorite franchises: Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun. Readers or viewers familiar with manga tropes will definitely recognize the characters by visual cues — Mikoshiba is a very typical shoujo manga bad-boy, and Kashima is a very typical shoujo manga “princely girl”Continue reading “New review at Girls in Capes: Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, Vol. 1”