Isekai stories come in all kinds of types and flavors, as well as garnering all kinds of responses from fans. For those not in the know, isekai is where people from one world (usually modern Japan) are transported either into a video game world, fantasy world, or into the past. The genre has seen such … More Otherworldly Izakaya Nobu Manga Volume One Review (#Sponsored)
Hello! Exciting news for you loyal followers! I have finally set up a Patreon. Now you can access a couple key benefits for three different support tiers for less than 10 dollars a month. See below for the specific tiers and benefits!
Hello! For a while now I’ve been considering setting up a Patreon page for this blog. I figured now that viewership and followers have gone up along with my content, I’d give it a shot. So my question to you is what kind of rewards would you like to see from me? So far I’m … More [Blog Update] What would you like to see as a Patron?
These fall to winter months are a time when imaginations run wild, ghost stories are told, and children (and adults) run around in costumes play-acting being someone or something else. When we’re young, our imaginations run wild as we create worlds and friends to play with even if all we’re holding are cardboard swords or … More Séance Tea Party Graphic Novel Review
Nagabe has been quickly becoming a popular mangaka in the West. Her unique stories and art style was introduced to Western audiences with the licensing of The Girl from the Other Side by Seven Seas. It has ranked high on the list for Great Graphic Novels for Teens from the Young Adult Library Services Association … More Love on the Other Side Manga Review
At some point during school, I’m sure many if not all of you were forced to read at least one of Shakespeare’s many plays, and I’m sure a lot of you struggled with how it was written and the many words he decided to make up for himself. I know I read quite a bit … More A Midsummer Night’s Dream Manga Classics Review (#Sponsored)
This is truthfully my first light novel that I have ever read, but I felt the need to branch out to a new medium recently. There are so many manga and anime being adapted from light novels, that I’ve kind of always thought I should at least check some of them out. However, I’ve always … More Hello, I’m a Witch and My Crush Wants Me To Make a Love Potion Light Novel Volume One Review
I was unsure whether I would actually like this manga since the story and characters are more geared towards a shonen audience rather than shoujo. Luckily, Yen Press gave me a chance to read a copy of the recently released e-book. I figured even if I didn’t jive with the story, it would be an … More If Witch, then Which? Manga Volume One Review
Tis the season for witchy stories about magic and far off lands. It also happens to be the beginning of the fall anime season, which just so happens to feature the anime adaptation of this manga, which in turn is an adaptation of a light novel. I haven’t had the chance to check out the … More Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaina Manga Volume One Review
The Ancient Magus’ Bride has been one of my favorite series since the manga started coming out and anime adaptation started airing. I’ve done a bunch of reviews on this blog: I’ve reviewed the manga, I’ve done multiple posts (part 1, 2, and 3) on the mythology found within the series, as well as a … More Jack Flash and the Faerie Case Files (The Ancient Magus’ Bride Spin-Off) Manga Volume One Review