The Boxer Volume 3 shows JH’s unstoppable talent for compelling, distinct characters and action. The flashes of Yu’s past alongside the story keep you reading.
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What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim Volume 2 drags at first, but thanks to inclusion of the mystery and character development, it continues holding attention.
Imitation Volume 1 is like a boy meets girl then realizes he loves girl K-drama. With the industry backdrop, there is potential for surprises with the drama.
Shadows House Volume 4 answers questions readers never wondered but raises far more, keeping the story compelling and building character attachment.
The Summer Hikaru Died Volume 1 mixes love elements between two teen boys, but adds horror as one boy is not a boy. Tense, sweet, and creepy.
Coffee Moon Volume 3 unravels some of the mystery and though parts still confuse, the overall action and story ramps up as it head into familiar territory.
I Want to Be a Receptionist in This Magical World Volume 1 Presents a Competitive Blue-Haired Heroine
I Want to Be a Receptionist in This Magical World Volume 1 has a familiar magical story, but the lead character and her competition, keeps interest piqued.
The 100-Million-Year Button Volume 3 keeps the action flowing and mixes comedic moments throughout. But this issue is not distinct from other series.
My Mate Is a Feline Gentleman Volume 1 is sweet and spicy as Toushirou and Alex come together but some parts of the story might turn readers off.
No Longer Heroine Volume 3 continues inspiring laughter and irritation because of Hatori’s attempts to emulate Adachi and become a heroine.
Chained Soldier Volume 4 has interesting politics in this world of humans but focuses too much on cringey encounters that lack consent between the pair.
The Remarried Empress Volume 3 leans more toward a reverse-harem as different men jockey for Navier’s attention. There’s comedy, drama and scheming aplenty.