Synopsis: The popular shojo manga series that was adapted into the Blue Spring Ride anime! Futaba Yoshioka thought all boys were loud and obnoxious until she met Kou Tanaka in junior high. But as soon as she realized she really liked him, he had already moved away because of family issues. Now, in high school,... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, Vol.2 by Fujita.
Synopsis: NOTHING VENTURED, NO XP GAINED Frustrated at the slow pace of their relationship, Hirotaka asks Narumi on a real date, with one critical stipulation: They can’t show their otaku sides at all! Can the two find something to bond over in the absence of games, manga, and anime? Meanwhile, Hanako and Taro revisit the... Continue Reading →
Manhwa Review: Walk on Water by JAXX JANG Mokdan.
Synopsis: Ed, a broke bodyguard in search of some fast cash, saddled with his late grandfather's debts, and sorely lacks in terms of both job satisfaction and salary. So when he hears a guy in a bar bragging about how he bought a car with the money earned through acting in gay porn, he jumps... Continue Reading →
3 Shonen Anime I’m Currently Watching.
Shōnen manga refers to manga aimed at an audience of adolescent boys, with the primary target audience alternately defined as 9 to 18 years old and as 12 to 18 years old. Of the four primary demographic categories of manga (shōnen, shōjo, seinen, and josei), it is the most popular category in the Japanese market.... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Ao Haru Ride, Vol. 2 by Io Sakisaka.
Synopsis: The popular shojo manga series that was adapted into the Blue Spring Ride anime! In high school, Futaba gets a second chance with her first love, Kou. Futaba Yoshioka has encountered her first love again in high school, but he seems different from the boy she once knew. Kou has confessed to Futaba that... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, Vol 1 by Fujita.
Synopsis: The awkward, romantic comedy manga about geeks in love that inspired the new anime! Can a professional man who's secretly a hardcore gamer and a woman who's secretly a fujoshi date without their hobbies getting in the way, or revealing each other's secrets? Narumi and Hirotaka are, by all appearances, a power couple. They're... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Hideaway (Devil’s Night #2) by Penelope Douglas.
Synopsis: BANKS Buried in the shadows of the city, there’s a hotel called The Pope. Ailing, empty, and dark—it sits abandoned and surrounded by a forgotten mystery. But you think it’s true, don’t you, Kai Mori? The story about the hidden twelfth floor. The mystery of the dark guest who never checked in and never... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Our Secret Song (For Love and Rock #1) by Emily Childs.
Synopsis: A chatty librarian and an introverted rockstar ending up as unconventional roommates? It might be a match made in heaven. Or a total disaster.When Bridger Cole sings, the women of America think he's singing right to them. No one needs to know every lyric is inspired by his best friend's little sister--the woman who... Continue Reading →
Books I Want to Read Before the End of the Year.
I have long completed my reading goal for the year but in this list, you will find some books I hope to be able to read by the end of the year. No pressure of course, and my mood might take a completely different turn (as many of you know) but still, I want to... Continue Reading →
Manga Review: Ao Haru Ride, Vol. 1 by Io Sakisaka.
Synopsis: The popular shojo manga series that was adapted into the Blue Spring Ride anime! In high school, Futaba gets a second chance with her first love, Kou. Futaba Yoshioka thought all boys were loud and obnoxious until she met Kou Tanaka in junior high. But as soon as she realized she really liked him,... Continue Reading →