Silver Spoon Volume 13 balances out tension and humour as the Equestrian Club make their way to the National Championship, Mikage tries to achieve her academic goals and there’s plenty of pizza to go around!
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun offers an intriguing shonen series that’s perfect for fans of mysteries and the supernatural. Fans of the currently airing anime will enjoy reading the source material, while newcomers to the series will quickly fall in love with Hanako-kun and his fascinating adventures.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Volume 1 is an entertaining slice-of-life comedy. The novelty of the title draws your interest while the interesting twists and turns will keep you turning the pages.
My Androgynous Boyfriend offers a sweet and compelling read for those looking for a new romance series. The series handles the topic of being androgynous well, while also proving refreshing for its focus on a couple in a long-term relationship.
Snow White with the Red Hair Volume 5 delivers an intriguing read. While the majority of the volume is building up to a much bigger arc, it’s still enjoyable and remains one of the most interesting shojo series being released right now.
While I remain unconvinced that the series needed to run for more than the previous two volumes I am enjoying what it offers. Megumin fans will continue to have a blast following her adventures in Konosuba: An Explosion on this Wonderful World! Volume 3.
What does it really mean to be in a relationship, or even to be happy in one? In the follow-up to tMnR's stunning debut, we'll learn more about the people around Uta, but will this yuri manga continue to reach us?
My Father is a Unicorn is an enjoyable comedy about the difficulties of being a step-father (as well as being a unicorn). While some readers may be disappointed by the lack of continuation, many will still enjoy this heartwarming tale about family.
Seven Days: Monday-Sunday was a popular BL two-part series a decade ago - and introduced us to Rihito Takarai, a promising new mangaka. Now SuBLime have brought us a timely new 2-in-1 edition - but has the story stood the test of time?
Volume 14 sees the aftermath of the brutal defeat of Kaneki and the subsequent consequence of his violent metamorphosis into the giant and grotesque being known as “dragon” as familiar faces, both human and Ghoul, have to come together to save Tokyo and Kaneki.
Drifting Dragons Volume 1 offers a fascinating read, which captures the majestic nature of both dragons and those brave enough to chase after them. With the anime due for release later in the year, there is no better time to jump aboard this series!
Saint Young Men delivers on its premise thanks to its endearing portrayal of two key religious figures trying to live their everyday lives in modern Japan. Numerous references to Christianity and Buddhism also add to the enjoyment.
The Golden Sheep continues to offer a thoughtful read. While I have some reservations as to whether it can finish the story in one more volume, I’m looking forward to finding out what happens. If you enjoyed the first instalment, then you’ll certainly enjoy Volume 2.