The Dawn of the Witch puts an interesting spin on the popular magic academy setting, though pacing suffers in an overstuffed first volume.
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Aster of Pan finds plenty of excitement in a post-apocalyptic spin on dodgeball, while keeping hope and humanity at the centre.
Alter Ego is a bittersweet yet funny exploration of the pain of unrequited love and the bonds that can form where you least expect them.
The Hunt is On is a mesmerising blend of the excitement of rogue treasure hunters, Chinese mythology, and a stunning watercolour art style.
Through a gripping MMA story, Kill a Man is a raw, violent, powerful exploration of the homophobia that the world still deals with today.
Life Lessons with Uramichi Oniisan, Volume 1 is a hilarous reflection on the monotony of adult life. If you hate your job, you’ll love this.
Orient gets off to a strong start in Volume 1, with non-stop action, plenty of humour, and a fresh spin on the legendary samurai Musashi.
Quincredible, Volume 1 is a fresh take on the familiar origin story that dares to question the relationship between superheroes and police.
Whisper Me a Love Song, Vol. 1 lays the groundwork for a super-cute yuri romantic comedy about different perspectives on love at first sight.
Kim Hyun Sook draws on personal experience for Banned Book Club, a look into South Korea’s turbulent history and the importance of protest.