Michael is back with Shoujo Saturday and it’s another Quick Review as he’s been busy with other things recently. He’s covering Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne by Arina Tanemura!
Michael’s a bit surprised he hasn’t covered this series yet for Manga Monday. Warning: It’s not for children at all. It’s Gantz by Hiroya Oku!
Do you like your action to be filled with horror? Michael tends not to enjoy the horror genre, but he loves the series he’s taking a look at for this week’s Manga Monday. It’s D.Gray-man by Katsura Hoshino!
What would you do if superpowers became commonplace, and you ended up not having one? Michael has no clue what he’d do, but he probably wouldn’t do what the main character does in the series that is covered in this week’s Manga Monday. It’s Boku no Hero Academia by Horikoshi Kohei!
Ever wonder what you would do if you saw a man floating down the river? Michael didn’t really, until he read the first chapter of the series he read for this week’s Manga Monday. It’s Beelzebub by Ryūhei Tamura!
Do you love mythology, or a good old fashioned monster story? You’ll love the series that Michael is taking a look at this week! It’s time to be possessed with the incessant need to read this week’s Manga Monday on Nurarihyon no Mago by Hiroshi Shiibashi!
Ever wondered what the life of a successful comic book artist/writer is like? Michael knows what it’s like after reading Bakuman by Tsugumi Ohba.
Ever wanted a great romance story, but all you found was pretty art and a bland story? That’s what Michael found when he read Ao Haru Ride by Io Sakisaka for this week’s Shoujo Saturday.
Manga Monday covers Kuroko’s Basketball by Tadatoshi Fujimaki, a manga about this most American of sports. Does it hit the boards?
Manga Monday is a weekly column by Michael Blaker, covering a new Manga series every week. This week is Nisekoi by Naoshi Komi.