Drive Away Dolls is over the top with its story, dialogue, and plot. It’s an engrossing watch thanks to its leads on this bawdy trip gone awry.
Kidnapping, Inc. skillfully uses it’s comedic-thriller of two inept kidnappers experiencing mishap after mishap to highlight larger issues.
Rob Peace is impressive thanks to its cast, particularly its exceptional lead, wrenching emotional highs and lows out of the role and audience.
The 100-Million-Year Button Volume 4 keeps it mostly light with bouts of humor mixed with bouts of witchblade battles while hinting at trouble on the horizon.
Shadows House Volume 5 gives attention to the other Shadows on the estate, showcasing distinct personalities while expanding on the groups and mystery.
If the Villainess and Villain Met 1 shows the harm of changing one’s whole personality for someone else. It still leaves room for laughs amidst the heavy topic.
Reign of the Seven Spellblades Volume 9 maintains a speedy, exciting pace through most of the book, building the world and characters simultaneously.
Bofuri Volume 10, despite some initial pacing issues, keeps introducing new challenges and rivals in a timely manner, crafting anticipation for what’s next.
7Fates: Chahko Volume 1 jumps between too many times and characters with few clarifications, creating a jumbled book that only improves towards the end.
Dark Moon: The Blood Altar 1 has enticing mysteries for readers to sink their teeth into, while building characters and relationships.
Villains Are Destined To Die Volume 5 unleashes Penelope’s anger, but also shows her softening while the game adds new challenges as her birthday approaches.
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