Another 2001 entertains overall despite some drag. With the tension moving between a simmer and a tightrope, the mystery and looming deaths hold attention.
Shadows House Volume 2: New Characters And Evolving Mysteries
Shadows House Volume 2 picks up the pace significantly with fascinating new characters, danger, and a debut that carries unknown but seemingly dire stakes.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Is Not As Fun As The First
Glass Onion is worthy viewing as a sequel, but lacks the dynamic chemistry of its previous cast. There is comedy, but feels like a skit instead of a mystery.
Shadows House Volume 1 Is Interesting Despite Some Pacing Issues [Manga]
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.
Reign of the Seven Spellblades Volume 3 Review (Manga)
Written by Sakae Esuno, original story by Bokuto Uno with character design by Ruria Miyuki, translations by Andrew Cunningham, and lettering by Brandon Bovia, this story starts fascinating and just gets better. Reign of the Seven Spellblades delivers an engaging journey with action, comedy, and deeper secrets that make you crave the next volume.
The Detective is Already Dead Volume 1 Review
The artwork is gorgeous, with angelic light in the cover art and inserts works—think sepia but stunning, not sunken. But there’s more to this light novel than a gorgeous, I-want-that-outfit-she-has-on cover! The story starts at what readers will assume to be the end, yet it’s a new beginning with the same yet different person. With me so far? Let’s go deeper.