With this season of Made in Abyss having 12 episodes that means that after today’s episode we’ll be three quarters done. I wonder if they plan to cover the entire arc in the remaining episodes. Episode 8 covered the remaining content in volumes 7 and 8. That means 8 episodes covered the first three volumes … Continue reading Made in Abyss: Golden city of the scorching sun – Episode 9
We’ve arrived at the first Side Colors! I know there’s at least two of them since I have up till volume 11 on my shelf, which is Side Colors II. These volumes consist of side stories that aren’t a part of the main storyline but still involve Holo (and Lawrence) in some way. At least … Continue reading Spice & Wolf Volume 7 Review
I’ve read this manwha and its sequel manwha; The Breaker New Waves twice now. When I recently found out that not only another sequel started on the Webtoon app, but there’s also physical translated volumes published by Ablaze, I was very happy. I’ve ordered the first three volumes and as of writing this I’ve made … Continue reading The Breaker: A fantastic manwha about martial arts!
Warmth update: It’s still too warm. Hopefully only two more days as of writing this though, and then it’ll go below 25 for a while. Not amazing still, but definitely a lot better than high 20s with nights that don’t drop below 20 celsius. My room is an oven. So the last week or so … Continue reading What manga have I been reading?
There is a yearly book fair in Deventer, which is a city in the Netherlands. It’s supposedly one of the bigger second hand (and some new) book fairs in all of Europe. It is a pretty big market, although a lot of their books are in Dutch and I prefer English. I haven’t gone the … Continue reading My Book Fair Haul
We took a little bit of a hiatus but here’s volume 6. Before we dive into it, I do have to say I’ve read it in batches over a long time so some of my memories of it are a little bit spotty. I’m going to try my best to cover it properly though and … Continue reading Spice & Wolf Volume 6 Review
About 90% of manga and anime I consume are pure escapism. I watch and read these things because there’s cool fights, fun sports or adorable romance. I love slice of life because it makes me feel happy and at peace when it's done well. That’s why Yuru Camp is one of my favorite manga. But … Continue reading Video killed the radio star
There are few anime and manga out there that are as universally liked as Togashi’s Hunter x Hunter. Receiving two anime adaptations, one covering a vast majority of the manga content and even several movies you could say that this manga has been a massive success. I’ve heard people say that it could have been … Continue reading The return of Hunter x Hunter
I had a different post planned for today, but when I went to read my weekly shonen jump manga this weekend I was given this pop-up on my screen: This surprised me, and I had already not heard anyone else talk about it. I’m well aware that most people read manga on websites and apps … Continue reading Free manga on the Mangaplus App
The Volume 14 cover showing Chise, Zoe and Philomela I’m well aware it’s been a little while, and I can only apologize. As much as I think it’s important to stick to a schedule, health always comes first. Stress had taken a physical and mental toll on me, and I also spent the month of … Continue reading The Ancient Magus Bride – Volume 14