“Tomo-chan Is a Girl!” is an enjoyable rom-com manga with such a quality, simple story, simple artwork, yet a worth-to-read manga. Continue reading Tomo-chan Is a Girl! (2015) – Tomboy Needs Love
“Chihayafuru 2” has a lot more to talk about and it’s everything to enjoy and appreciate. Continue reading Chihayafuru 2 (Winter 2013) – The Prodigy
“Absolute Duo” isn’t absolute garbage but it’s a wrecking ball it comes right in the rabbit hole. Continue reading Absolute Duo (Winter 2015) – A Blazer Take
“Duty After School” is an anti-war manhwa about character study, psychology, with so many interactions and connections between characters. Continue reading Duty After School (2012) – Unidentified Flying Orbs
“C³” is an eye-candy so-called “philosophical” show or the show just think of too much. Continue reading C³ (Fall 2011) – Doomed
“Annarasumanara” is definitely one of the best manhwas from its plot, characters, art, everything. Continue reading Annarasumanara (2010) – Do You Believe in Magic?
“Domestic Girlfriend” isn’t an easy experience or an interesting recommendation for some people even if you come across since. Continue reading Domestic Girlfriend (Winter 2019) – First Time?
“Classmates” is a story about a boy meets boy, falling in love with the blush of youth, simplicity makes it a beautiful romance movie. Continue reading Classmates (2016) – Falling in Love
“Chihayafuru” is a stunning show you really don’t want to skip because the world in it is very poetic but quickly attach with your emotion. Continue reading Chihayafuru (Fall 2011) – Sports and Literature
“Kaguya-sama: Love is War” is a great success in the season, decorating a rom-com into psychological games with wisecrack comedy. Continue reading Kaguya-sama: Love Is War (Winter 2019) – The War of Change