She Loves to Cook, and She Loves to Eat Volume 1 is subdued joy about the flourishing of a new friendship and love amidst some delicious meals.
Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet Volume 1 is sweet with heartfelt moments, but there is little that stands out from mangas of the same genre.
No Longer Heroine Volume 1 delves into a mix of comedy and jealousy that comes with young, first love as Hatori learns she is not the lead of this romantic tale.
The 100 Million-Year Button Volume 1 gives you a relatable protagonist, swordfights, a mystery and strong girls brought together by a magic button.
Chained Soldier Volume 1 has a power shift between genders and abandons it for traditional harem hijinks with problematic scenes that are not funny, just gross.
Banished From The Hero’s Party Volume 3 lets Dir’s story go on too long, but still holds your attention thanks to Red, Rit and the impact of Ruti’s blessing.
Drip Drip takes a serious subject—the long-lasting effects of childhood trauma—and delivers a story filled with surprises and laughs all the way to the end.
The Geek Hitman Volume 1 delivers laugh after laugh with dynamic, memorable characters you automatically latch onto in this world of hitman meets otaku.
Shadow House Volume 1 drags with Emilico and Kate’s monotonous day-to-day interactions, but the mystery keeps you reading, waiting for answers to unravel.
Love Of Kill Volume 09, created by Fe, ramps up the mystery with some family drama as Ryang-Ha, Nikka, and Ritzland Support joining forces to rescue Chateau.