Reign of the Seven Spellblades Volume 9 maintains a speedy, exciting pace through most of the book, building the world and characters simultaneously.
The Boxer Volume 4 keeps the frantic pace of previous volumes while still engaging readers in the immersive world of boxers.
Jungle Juice Volume 1 has one of the most unique premises blending creepy insects with people in an educational setting that differs from the norm.
My Dear, Curse-Casting Vampiress Volume 2 mixes adorable, sweet moments with action while building up the future conflicts.
Napoleon feels as lifeless as its colors even with occasional comedy. Too much remains elusive about the characters while the tale seems pointless.
The Vexations of a Shut-In Vampire Princess Volume 5 shows how absence makes the heart grow fonder, even with war looming, balancing lessons with laughter.
Villains Are Destined to Die Volume 4 has a frenzied pace and plenty of surprises and laughs. It’s a whirlwind that’s impossible to down.
I Got a Cheat Skill Volume 3 keeps Yuuya’s skill set climbing along with meeting new characters and action. But there needs to be more character development.
What This World Is Made Of Volume 2 builds the roster of characters using the Six app to slay “worlds.” But the disjointed interactions and minimal action drag.
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.