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.
Banished From The Hero’s Party Volume 2 is a sweet, adorable read that reminds you to be lighthearted and carefree.