Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight Volume 1 Review
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Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight Volume 1 Review

Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight Volume 1 Review
Kiss Me at the Stroke of Midnight seems like a promising shojo tale at first, but as I delved further into it I found it didn't quite live up to the expectations I had for it. The series wants to be a Cinderella story but unfortunately the cringeworthy comedy and huge age gap between lead characters leave a lot to be desired.
• September 20, 2017
I Hear the Sunspot Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

I Hear the Sunspot Volume 1 Review

I Hear the Sunspot Volume 1 Review
I Hear the Sunspot is a very different work from A Silent Voice but just as worthy of your time for its characterization and bitter-sweet depiction of a nascent relationship. And the artwork is gorgeous. Recommended.
• September 14, 2017
Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review
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Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

“Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe.” – Albert Einstein

British comedy is full of classic idiotic characters: Baldrick,…

• July 16, 2017
Manga Review

Finder, Volume 8 Review

Copyright: Finder no Mitsuyaku © 2016 Ayano Yamane

WARNING: This article covers an adult title and may cause offense. May also contain spoilers from earlier volumes.

“A photograph is neither

• April 10, 2017
Manga Review

Complex Age Volume 4 Review

“It’s probably not true for everything, but sometimes there are things about your hobby that just aren’t as fun.” – Shiho, Complex Age volume 4

It has been awhile since I reviewed…

• April 8, 2017
Manga Review

Erased Volume 1 Review

Last March I started watching Erased, a mystery story that was being adapted by A-1 Pictures. Over the course of its airing many anime fans took notice of the series and by the end of its run we were…

• March 8, 2017