Love so Life – Mia’s manga review

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General Information Love So Life, also titled Rabu sō raifu (ラブ・ソー・ライフ) or Rabusora (ラブソラ) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Kaede Kochi. The series was serialized in Hana to Yume from 2008 to 2015. Overall, there are 17 volumes of this manga. How the story goes Shiharu Nakamura is a high school girl who works at a daycare where twins Aoi and Akane Matsunaga go. The twins are in custody of their uncle, Seiji, because their father abandoned them after his wife suddenly died. One day when Seiji goes to pick up the twins from day care, he notices that they are particularly attached to Shiharu in comparison to the other workers. He hires Shiharu as their personal babysitter as he is very busy with work and this begins the love story of Shiharu and Seiji. This manga is full of […]

The Sin of Love: Jigoku no Enra Manga Review

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As a lawfully good student, Takamura Komachi certainly did not expect the sons of Yama to come for her. Worst of all, they’ve come to take her to Hell for an unknown sin. Falling in love with one of them is definitely out of the question! ⌈ General Information ⌋ Written and illustrated by Shimada Chie, Jigoku no Enra is a Shoujo manga featuring the relationship between humans and demons. Also known as Enra in Hell, the manga has a rather short length of only 17 chapters. Despite this, the series guarantees its readers’ satisfaction with every chapter. ⌈ Synopsis ⌋ In summary, Jigoku no Enra follows Takamura Komachi, the daughter of a lawyer and a public prosecutor. Raised as a walking book of laws, Komachi didn’t expect the sudden arrival of Enra. To become Yama’s successor, Enra has the task of sending future sinners […]

Fleeting Rain: A Review on Kotonoha no Niwa

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“A faint clap of thunder, clouded skies. Perhaps rain will come. If so, will you stay here with me?” – Yukari Yukino ⌈ General Information ⌋ From renowned director Makoto Shinkai comes Kotonoha no Niwa, a 2013 anime drama film starring Irino Miyu and Hanazawa Kana. Also known as The Garden of Words, the film is a product of CoMix Wave Films. Additionally, this anime movie acquired a manga adaptation with illustrations by Motohashi Midori. ⌈ Synopsis ⌋ During rainy mornings, 15-year-old shoemaker Takao Akizuki visits the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. There, he meets the mysterious 27-year-old woman Yukari Yukino. The pair has personal reasons as to why they regularly come to the garden. Takao skips his morning classes to design shoes and Yukino avoids work due to personal problems. While Takao freely opens up about his life, Yukino tells him nothing about herself. When […]

Rano’s Top 5 Completed Manga

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Hey guys ! In this article, I want to share with you my favorite ever read completed manga 😍😍😍. These series contains  romance and are primarily shoujo, which any girl would fall in love with. ❤❤❤ With no further delay, I’m gonna start talking about this awesome list! My Top 5 Completed Manga: 1) Kaichou wa Maid-sama Misaki Ayuzawa a student council president at Seika High school which formerly was an only boys school. Unfortunately, most of the students are still male and stuck in their slovenly habits. The so man-hating Misaki is doing her best to make the school presentable to attract more female students. But what will Misaki do when the sexiest boy in school finds out her secret. This is a must read manga 😍😍😍 you will find all what you need from romance, comedy and shoujo. 2) Special-A A manga full […]

Eureka 7

Eureka 7: A Mecha Anime with a Twist

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Today, I decided to review Eureka 7, one of the few mecha anime shows out there. The entire show is about two main characters and their relationship with one another. The real question is, did they get things right? Well, that’s a bit complicated in my own personal opinion. I’ll just cover it all here in my review. Now, let’s get on with the review. Eureka 7: The Good First of all, Studio Bones is the creative mind behind Eureka 7. Although it doesn’t really take any chances. In terms of design, they’re very well-made. The characters are east to differentiate because all of them are quite unique. To add, the themes that this show presents also proves to be one of its strong points. Compared to mecha shows that came before it (and even after), Eureka 7 handles a range of extraordinary themes to […]

Beast Master-Mia’s Manga Review

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General Information Beast Master or Bīsuto Masutā is a shōjo romantic comedy manga by Kyousuke Motomi. Shogakukan in Betsucomi published this manga and collected it in two tankōbon volumes. Viz Media licensed Beast Master and its original run was from 2006 to 2007. Synopsis Yuiko Kubozuka is a high school student who loves animals, though animals unfortunately hate her and flee from her whenever possible. When Leo Aoi, a strange student with a terrifying expression transfers to Yuiko’s class, she learnt that he is actually innocent, sweet-natured and animals like him. However, when attacked, Leo unconsciously becomes as violent as a bloodthirsty animal. Leo quickly becomes strongly attached to Yuiko, who is his first friend. They fall in love with one another, but circumstances regarding Leo’s family situation threaten to separate them. Leo Aoi looks like a crazy animal with wild eyes, and he goes […]

For the Love of Bananas: An Aho Girl Anime Review

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With great power… comes great stupidity?! To earn the title of Aho Girl, one must commit ludicrous feats of idiocy! With great pride in her foolishness, Hanabatake Yoshiko certainly fits this title. ⌈ General Information ⌋ Written and illustrated by Hiroyuki, Aho Girl is initially a slice-of-life comedy Shounen manga. On November 2012, the manga became a feature in the Weekly Shonen Magazine. The series moved to Bessatsu Shonen Magazine between July 2015 and December 2017. Adapted into a tv series by Diomedéa, the show aired between July and September 2017. ⌈ Synopsis ⌋ Hanabatake Yoshiko is a girl who defies all intelligence. With consistent zero scores in exams, this banana-obsessed dimwit caused even her mother to lose hope. Consequently, there is one person who can keep her sanity in check: her childhood friend Akuru Akutsu. A-kun is always ready to beat down Yoshiko’s idiotic […]