Toradora! Volume 2 Review
Book Review

Toradora! Volume 2 Review

Toradora! Volume 2 Review
Toradora! continues to impress with its well written cast of characters and gripping story. New girl Ami is liable to get on your nerves if you’re a Taiga fan but the tale unfolding around her is compelling enough that this hopefully won’t matter.
• 13th September 2018
Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis Review
Book Review

Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis Review

Perfect Blue: Complete Metamorphosis Review
Perfect Blue the book is not as psychologically or emotionally deep as its movie adaptation, but it’s interesting to discover where the original spark for the Satoshi Kon film came from. It’s rare to see original Japanese literature make its way over here, so pick up a copy if it piques your curiosity.
• 25th March 2018
Orange: Future Review
Manga Review

Orange: Future Review

Orange: Future Review
Orange: Future proves itself to be a worthy continuation of the original series. Filled with the same attention to detail and sensitive approach to difficult topics, this volume is definitely worth your time if you’re a fan of Orange.
• 7th February 2018
Orange: The Complete Collection #1 Review
Manga Review

Orange: The Complete Collection #1 Review

Orange: The Complete Collection #1 Review
Orange is a series that I would recommend on every front. It’s passionate, caring, heart-tugging and moving. The characters are likable, the story is believable, the artwork is really good, and it’s a short enough series that the Seven Seas complete collections are the perfect, affordable way to experience the manga.
• 16th April 2016
Manga Review

Servamp Volume 2

“We servamps get power from your blood. Actually the will in your blood. But you have none.” Kuro to Mahiru. “Do you protect your friend? Or kill him?”

Mahiru Shirota’s…

• 27th July 2015
Manga Review

Servamp Volume 1

“I’m just your… friendly neighbourhood vampire.”

High-schooler Shirota Mahiru – a kind-hearted young man – finds a stray black kitty, calls it ‘Kuro’ and takes it home…

• 12th June 2015