Below are reviews and dives into manga and light novels from DarkSkyLady. Want to know what’s a must have? Read on! And enjoy!
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.
Magical Girl Incident Volume 2 builds more twists and mysteries, but some of the excitement from the first is lost in a confusing plot.
Higurashi: Gou Volume 2 is familiar and surprising as the cycle of death returns for Rika and her friends. However, the gruesome deaths feel like overkill.
Coffee Moon Volume 4 nails every aspect ,except the larger plot unravels at a confusing snail’s pace. Clarity is essential to keep this series a page-turner.
The Summer Hikaru Died Volume 2 feels sweet and painful, as the two struggle to discover how they feel. The supernatural aspect builds increases the tension.
She Loves to Cook, and She Loves to Eat Volume 3 adds two new characters to this sweet and savory story of brimming love through food.
The Horizon Volume 2 is difficult to read because of the emotional toll. But it’s one of the best depictions of a world falling apart from a child’s viewpoint.
Assorted Entanglements Volume 3 has one couple worth shipping, but including the first abusive couple and adding a new potential adult and teen couple harms it.