The Star Seekers Volume 1 starts with a promising idea, blending kpop and magic. Unfortunately, the execution is dull and few things in this volume stands out.
Higurashi: Gou Volume 2 is familiar and surprising as the cycle of death returns for Rika and her friends. However, the gruesome deaths feel like overkill.
Oshi No Ko Volume 3 sets the mystery on the back burner to focus on highlighting the way reality shows twist perceptions, adding a realism that’s unforgettable.
A Business Proposal Volume 2 is hilarious. The amount of drama and bad luck Hari experiences is comedy gold. Her reactions cement this as a top-notch series.
Takatsuki’s Conjecture Volume 1 mixes detective-style with research into the paranormal. There’s layers of mystery readers will want to peel back.
Not-Sew Wicked Stepmom Volume 1 has the misunderstood heroine with the creepy smile as a villainess in a reimagined story blending humor, drama, and fashion.
Mieruko-chan Official Comic Anthology brings frights and love for the series with more of Miko’s quiet terror, Yuria’s misconception and Hana’s obliviousness.
After We Gazed at the Starry Sky Volume 1 shows how easily it is to have inclusivity in romantic stories. Their love warms the heart and touches on nostalgia.
Bride of the Barrier Master Volume 2 picks has action, laughs, and magic. The addition of new characters, past secrets and mystery make this an engaging breeze.
I Don’t Need a Happy Ending has a range of women in steamy relationships, full of love. But the first short story might deter readers because of its content.