An inspiring heroine who’s both determined and kind makes Peach and the Isle of Monsters worth a look, despite some pacing troubles.
Browsing: Book Review
The Dawn of the Witch puts an interesting spin on the popular magic academy setting, though pacing suffers in an overstuffed first volume.
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.