Somehow, in all the chaos of 2022, I managed to read some really great manga series. Take a look at my top picks for the year!
From slice-of-life comedies to supernatural romance, let’s take a look at some of the more memorable manga I read in 2021!
To get into the seaside spirit of Marine Day, check out these ten ocean-themed manga recommendations handpicked by yours truly.
If you’ve ever felt uncertain about the future or struggle with defining your identity, then do yourself a favor and give Blue Flag a shot.
It’s been a long time since a contemporary manga has affected me quite like A Silent Voice.
A member of the Year 24 Group, Keiko Takemiya is an award-winning shojo and shonen manga artist. She is considered a pioneer in the shonen-ai genre and is credited with being the first artist to include a male-male kiss in a shojo manga.
Morita’s no-holds-barred writing and Obata’s realistic artwork offer a pretty bleak look into the oft-romanticized yakuza lifestyle. Sure, things might look good from the top of the pyramid, but for the little guys at the bottom, life is hell.
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