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Mar 27, 2020
A Place Further Than The Universe is inspiring.


Boys and girls, Madhouse has done it again.

With a story that not only shows cute girls doing cute things, but passionate girls doing passionate things. And I don't know about you but watching passionate people is like listening to your favorite song.

The story is simple, it's where four girls meet each other who are all willing to go on an adventure to Antarctica. It spends fair amount of time developing the characters and their relationships, but I liked that about this story as it didn't rush itself.

The story, art, sound, and characters were all top-notch.

Is there really anything read more
Mar 27, 2020
Colette wa Shinu Koto ni Shita is just a nice manga that you read when you are bored. It's that type of manga with good art, decent story, 100% amazingly lovable characters, and is enjoyable (depending on your mood). Honestly, it would probably be more beneficial to read the top-rated manga on MAL, but sometimes a chill read is what you might want.

I'm not going to explain too much about the story because MAL's synopsis does a good job.

Personally, I picked it up because Hades was like the guy I wanted to be and that's really the only reason why I kept reading. I like read more
Mar 24, 2020
Who Made Me A Princess is the best Otome-Isekai story I have ever read.

With a refreshing take on the isekai genre, Who Made Me A Princess doesn't repeat the same tropes that most isekai have.


Story (8):
With a pretty big plot-twist, Who Made Me A Princess does a good job keeping the audience's attention. It's a easy and very enjoyable binge read. The pacing isn't too fast or slow. It does have a magic system that is briefly addressed. I personally would like to know more about how the magic system works, but I feel like the author taking its time helps the readers focus on read more
Mar 19, 2020
Ahhh... Where should I start?

Soloist in a Cage is truly a masterpiece. A hidden gem just waiting to be discovered. At first I shed a tear, then two, then four, and then a waterfall. It only took me one chapter to keep me binging the rest. I never knew a manga this well-crafted could exist.

Story (10):
"This is a prison where every single prisoner is housed, an inescapable cage, which has grown to the size of being considered a “city”. Born and raised in that bleak and snowy city, a young girl lives alone with her baby brother. What will be their fate…? Their story of read more
Mar 18, 2020
"Hope is being able to see that there is light despite of all the darkness." - Desmond Tutu

This manga combines the best of the best themes into one. The underground darkness from the beginning of Gurren Lagann sparking a sense of the unknown, and because of this comes the adventure that is similar to that of Made in Abyss.

It's wonderful and fills me with excitement because this isn't just another one of those self-insert stories where the main character is like every other black-haired emotionless, boring protagonists (not to say all of them are like that).

Story (7):
This story is about a boy, Anag, and a read more
Mar 9, 2020
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Hey. Just a spoiler free review passing through, well I mean there is a bit of a summary of the manga but nothing that spoils the major plot points.

This is my first review and I honestly didn't expect the first to be on a manga that revolves around acting with a sprinkle of the shonen characteristics.

By the way, this shonen manga ranked #10 in shonen jump's manga sales, as I am writing this review, so it's popular basically and generally good if it's ranked this high.

Before we start, let me tell you that this is a shonen manga that really wouldn't seem like a shonen read more