Your Lie in April, Vol. 1

April 30, 2015 1 comment

Welcome to yet another midweek manga review! This week I’ll be taking a look at Kodansha’s Your Lie in April, Vol. 1, but first some news…

And now, onto the featured review of Your Lie in April, Vol. 1!

Your Lie in April, Vol. 1Your Lie in April, Vol. 1
by Naoshi Arakawa
Kodansha Comics, 224 pp
Rating: Teen (13 +)

Driven by his mother’s desire for success, young Kosei Arima was well on his way to becoming one of the most talented pianists in Japan until tragedy struck. His ill mother took a turn for the worst and passed away. The resulting trauma drove Kosei from the piano. Now, years later his world is empty and devoid of joy, or at least it was until an encounter with Kaori Miyazono, a violinist who will change his life forever. From Naoshi Arakawa comes the winner of the 37th Annual Kodansha Awards Best Shonen series, Your Lie in April, Vol. 1.
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All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 3

April 24, 2015 1 comment

Sorry for the slight delay, as the end of the semester nears things have been a little hectic and I fell a bit behind schedule. Still, better late than never! So before we get to today’s review, have some news!

And now, onto the featured review of All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 3!

All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 3All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 3
by Sho Hidaka
DMP/Emanga.com, 212 pp
Rating: Teen (13 +)

After three bizarre volumes, Sho Hidaka’s comedy series,All-Purpose Chemistry Club comes to an end! Before it’s climax though, Ipponsugi, Akiyama, Boss and the rest of the gang must contend with talking eggs, relationship problems, health crisis and more!
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Attack on Titan, Vol. 15

April 20, 2015 1 comment

AoT15Attack on Titan, Vol. 15
by Hajime Isayama
Kodansha Comics, 192 pp
Rating: Teen (16 +)

Political maneuvering and plotting dominate Hajime Isayam’s Attack on Titan, Vol. 15, as the Survey Corps find themselves branded as outlaws and rebels. Being hunted down by the rest of the military and the enigmatic and deadly Interior MPs, the group is struggles to find a way out of the corner they’ve been painted into. Meanwhile Eren and Krista find themselves at the mercy of their kidnappers who promise to pull the curtain back on some of series longest running mysteries!
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Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13

April 16, 2015 Leave a comment

And we’re back… again. Sorry about the surprise skip day on Monday. Delayed con crud hit me hard and left me reeling. Hopefully now things will be back on track though! This week I’ll be taking a look at Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13 from Vertical Comics, but first… an anemic looking news section!

And now, onto the featured review of Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13!

Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13
By Tsutomu Nihei
Vertical Comics, 192 pp
Rating: Teen (13 +)

As Nagate and the hybrid, Tsumugi, take part in a dangerous attempt to harness energy from a nearby sun, the Sidonia faces threats from ever nearing Gauna cluster ship and treachery from within as an old enemy makes his return. Tsutomu Nihei’s bizarre sci-fi, mecha, harem mash up series continues with Knights of Sidonia, Vol. 13!
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Manga Dogs, Vol. 1 – 3

April 9, 2015 Leave a comment

And we’re back! After a small break for Anime Boston we’ll now be returning the regular two review a week schedule. Sorry about the small delay! Today I’ll be taking a look at Manga Dogs, Vol. 1 – 3 from Kodansha, but first, some news!

With that out of the way, it’s onto the featured review of Manga Dogs, Vols. 1 – 3!

Manga Dogs, Vol. 1Manga Dogs, Vols. 1 – 3
by Ema Toyama
Kodansha Comics
Rating: Older Teen (16 +)

At just 15, Kanna Tezuka has taken her first steps on the path to manga stardom! With her series, “Teach Me Buddha” being published she’s eager to work on her manga and jumps at the chance to join her school’s new manga program. Unfortunately her hopes for a decent learning environment and the chance to get some work done are dashed as Kanna soon finds herself stuck with three wannabe manga artists with their heads firmly in the clouds. Wackiness ensues in Manga Dogs, the latest series from Ema Toyama, the creator of Missions of Love!
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Prophecy, Vol. 3

March 30, 2015 1 comment

Before we get to this Monday’s manga review, a quick programming note. Due to a combination of classes, homework and Anime Boston occurring this weekend I’ll be skipping the next two reviews. So, there will be no new review this Thursday, April 2nd, and there will be no new review a week from now on April 6th either.

Thank you, now onto this week’s manga Monday review!

Prophecy, Vol.3Prophecy, Vol. 3
By Tetsuya Tsutsui
Vertical Comics, 210 pp
Rating: Not Rated

As Erika Yoshino and the rest of the Anti Cyber Crimes Division close in on them, the four members of Paperboy gather as they attempt to assassinate Shitaragi, a member of the Japanese Diet. As their year long plan nears its climax, their motivations slowly become clear. Tetsuya Tsutsui guides his cyber crime thriller to a finale full of twists and turns in Prophecy, Vol. 3!
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All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2

March 26, 2015 Leave a comment

Welcome the latest midweek manga review! This week I’ll be looking at All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2 from DMP, but first up a few news items.

And now onto this weeks review of All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2!

All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2
by Sho Hidaka
DMP/Emanga.com, 212 pp
Rating: Teen (13 +)

The wild hijinks of Ipponsugi and friends continues in Sho Hidaka’s All-Purpose Chemistry Club, Vol. 2! More obstacles are thrown into Ipponsugi’s road to romance with his fellow classmate, Momiji as a rival club emerges to challenge the All Purpose Chemistry Club’s right to exist! If that wasn’t enough, camping trips gone horribly wrong, a mysterious and magical Christmas tree and more all provide plenty of challenges for Ipponsugi and the club to overcome.
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