My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected Volume 11 Review

My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected Volume 11, from Yen Press, is written by Wataru Watari with illustrations by Ponkan 8 and translations by Jennifer Ward. It continues the story of Hachiman Hikigaya, Yukino Yukinoshita, and Yui Yuigahama. Their relationship has come a long way from the continuous insults in the beginning. This issue has the humor of previous ones and heartfelt moments, and even adorable nostalgic moments from their past.

Hazure Skill Volume 1: Lighthearted Fun [Manga]

Hazure Skill: The Guild Member With A Worthless Skill Is Actually A Legendary Assassin Volume 1 (a mouthful of a title) is hilarious thanks to the lead character, Roland, and his interactions with various people in his quest—pun intended—to lead an everyday life. Hazure Skill Volume 1 is a story by Kennoji, art by Fuh Araki, character design by KWKM with translation by Jan Mitsuko Cash, and lettering by Chiho Christie. After Roland defeats the demon lord, his name, fame, and fortune are about to skyrocket. However, instead of taking credit, Roland requests to disappear from the assassin’s life and seek a life of normalcy. He gets a job at the local Adventurers Guild to help with this endeavor. 

Date A Live Volume 2: Puppet Yoshino Review [Light Novel]

Date A Live Volume 2: Puppet Yoshino continues the story of Shido Itsuka and Spirits in this light novel harem story. The story is by Koushi Tachibana, Tsunako illustrates it, and the translation is by Jocelyne Allen. Spatial quakes that can kill millions plague the world. In the first volume, Shido learns Spirits, girls who appear from somewhere else, cause those quakes. So, AST (Anti-Spirit Team), a military unit, hunts the Spirits to kill them before to prevent these catastrophes. With the help of Shido’s adopted sister, Kotori, Shido must stop the Spirits by sealing their power with a kiss.