As one classic series nears its end (Maison Ikkoku), other manga and light novel series are just beginning, with our reviews including a romance that we thought was quite a lot better than early reviews indicated (No Longer Heroine). We also dig into the latest from an author whose last novel was the subject of… Read More Reader’s Corner: No Longer Heroine, My Wonderful World, and Wait for Me Yesterday in Spring
Join our Anime Expo correspondent, T.R Racki, as he shares a vivid play-by-play of Day One. From the early morning anticipation, to the high energy Opening Ceremony, to the end-of-day party and all the panels and sights in between, it’s almost like being there yourself! The Anticipation B-b-b-boom-boom-boom! Clack-clack! A triumphant cheer welled up from… Read More Anime Expo 2022: Day One
It’s that time again: Time for more shojo manga recommendations! I could not be more excited for today’s choices! I’m continuing through the alphabet as I pick and choose different manga titles, with this video’s feature centering on the letter “D”! Prepare for all the fangirl excitement because two titles are ones I absolutely love!
It’s double the Rumiko Takahashi this week as we review the newest release in the special edition of her classic, Maison Ikkoku, as well as the manga adaptation of Yashahime, a spin-off of her famed series, InuYasha. Other volumes we’re looking at include a new villainess series and art-school shoujo! 7th Time Loop: The Villainess… Read More Reader’s Corner: Yashahime, A Nico-Colored Canvas, and Wandance
It’s a MARVELous day here at Beneath the Tangles as we review not one, but two Marvel / Shonen Jump crossover manga from Viz Media that are releasing next week! We also have shonen, fantasy, and more to share with you in this week’s reviews! Crimson Prince • Deadpool Samurai • The Dragon’s Soulmate Is… Read More Reader’s Corner: Fangirl, Deadpool Samurai, and The Dragon’s Soulmate Is a Mushroom Princess!
You Like Me, Don’t You? Vol. 1 This high school romcom is…wildly uneven in terms of quality. On the one hand, it’s got: the stereotypical loser guy (Soukichi) and popular girl (Kasumi) combo in a literature club; cliché, forced romcom scenarios; wonky or missing punctuation; sentence fragments; capitalization errors; ambiguity; tacky emphasis on the female… Read More Reader’s Corner: Cat + Gamer, The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady, and When a Cat Faces West
Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki, Vol. 8 I’ve been both anticipating volume eight of Bottom-tier Character Tomozaki and dreading it, worried that this series I’ve come to adore might just fall off a cliff. While I’ve obviously enjoyed Yuki Yaku’s writing all this time, volume seven concluded with such a significant event—and one that seems as much… Read More Reader’s Corner: Frieren (Vol. 4), My Wife is an Oni, and I Got a Cheat Skill in Another World