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Jul 7, 2019
tl;dr: A strange combination of sports manga and gag fanservice manga that works surprisingly well. 

This manga is unique in that it’s an interesting blend of a serious sports manga and fanservice gag manga. It starts out as pretty much a complete fanservice gag manga, but as it goes on the plot takes more and more of a focus. It starts off with continuing the fanservice aspect but beginning to develop a plot. But as it goes on, the plot takes more and more of a focus and becomes the core of the manga. The fanservice doesn’t disappear however, in that it takes place in between the plot, meaning there’ll read more
Jul 7, 2019
tl;dr: A manga that with great intensity dives deep into the concepts of growth and change. 

This manga was very different from what I expected after reading the first chapter. It’s certainly really strange, but it’s also really intense and at times incredibly dark. It rarely went in the direction that I expected it to, but still went in ways that made sense. Characters weren’t like what I expected they would be like, but rather had a lot more depth than what I expected. This is a coming of age story, one centered around a particularly nihilistic middle school student, and hence has a lot of themes that read more
Jul 5, 2019
tl;dr: A manga that has an interesting world and interesting main duo, but that ended too quickly. 

This manga seems like a good start, but didn’t manage to get anywhere. It has an interesting main character and heroine, in that they pretty much had a strong relationship from the first chapter, and with Tsukihiko being oblivious and Sami being adorable it was quite amusing. It doesn’t really have enough time to do much with it though. The side characters like Tsukihiko’s sister or the transfer students from Ryoujin seemed like they could be interesting too if it focused on them more, but it never got a chance to. There was actually a pretty solid read more
Jul 5, 2019
tl;dr: An interesting premise but pretty flawed execution. 

This manga has an interesting premise that could be an interesting story in two ways, one in that it could revolve around an interesting relationship dynamic between brother and sister, and two it could feature a number of stories involving ghosts being dealt with in interesting ways. It does a bit with both of those, but it doesn’t really work that well because it feels like from the first step its incredibly messy. I don’t know how to describe this well, but it felt like it was really scattered with very awkward pacing, moving through the plot way too fast read more
Jul 5, 2019
tl;dr: A manga with a strange but good art style and well-developed duo of characters with a plot moving in a really interesting direction that was forced to end at a terrible time. 

This manga gets off to a pretty interesting start. The first thing I noticed was the art style, which is quite strange though in a good way, and reminds me quite a bit of Danganronpa. Overall the art is quite elaborate, with designs that are very cute, but also designs that can be quite creepy, with both of these aspects coming through quite a lot in character expressions. The main duo of characters was also quite interesting, seeming to be opposites, but actually meshing quite well read more
Jul 4, 2019
tl;dr: A light manga about a girl so happy that she can make the reader feel happy, but that is incredibly repetitive with no plot. 

This is an episodic manga about a girl who has fun on her own and is perfectly happy doing so. The way each episode is told is from the perspective of someone watching her, often her butler, but others as well, as she completely defies their expectations and manages to have fun by herself. This is from where most of the humor arises. Plus, the art is pretty solid in that it’s cute and makes her look really happy, which is nice and actually pretty heartwarming considering read more
Jul 4, 2019
tl;dr: Great action, comedy, and art but though there is a good cast of characters, a pretty weak story overall.

This manga has pretty solid action, in that the ability sets are pretty solid, the scenes are well choreographed, and the art definitely makes it look pretty flashy, though it does seem to be pretty random. It also has a great character set, with a large number of interesting characters with a variety of personalities and pretty good character designs. It also has great humor, with a good amount of variety to it as well, but with the constant references to other works and such being what read more
Jul 1, 2019
tl;dr: A manga that despite seeming plot focused didn't really seem like it had any sort of direction but instead just randomly did arbitrary things.

This manga was really random. The characters didn't feel consistent in their personalities at all, so development and relationship development was all arbitrary. The plot also went randomly all over the place, with essentially no overarching plot, and individual episodes being really different in tone and topic with not really any overlap or things carrying over and a lot of events and developments that were ultimately completely pointless. Even looked at on their own, the individual episodes were only okay. The comedy was decent at times, but how read more
Jul 1, 2019
tl;dr: A manga about the value of life that conveys its message really well by tying it into a well-developed relationship. 

This manga is centered around the value of life, particularly what it is that gives it value and how such value can be measured and evaluated. Hence, it is certainly exploring philosophical matters to a degree, though ultimately, I would say that in terms of how profound it is, I didn’t find it particularly deep. The core message seemed to revolve around life being something that the value of can change, which is pretty standard in stories about how it’s worth it to continue living. I read more
Jul 1, 2019
tl;dr: A story with really solid character development built upon really solid, and adorable, relationship development built upon a surprisingly solid plot. 

This was much more interesting than I thought. Based on the description, I expected it to be mostly lighthearted fluff without that much intensity, focused primarily on just being cute and sweet. While the core relationship certainly does produce a very strong stream of cute and sweet moments, there's a lot more to than just that though. The characters have a really good amount of depth, with backgrounds that greatly impact them and personalities with flaws, both of which play a major part in the read more