Category Archives: Kodansha

Aho-Girl: A Clueless Girl Vol. 1 (Kodansha)

Rating: 5/5 – A Deceptively Smart “Anti-Harem” Manga. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow I’ve talked about harem manga before in my reviews for ComicSpectrum. By all means, read one, but one is all you’re going to need, as the story … Continue reading

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Clockwork Planet v1 (Kodansha)

Rating: 4/5 – Don’t Call It Steampunk by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow. My wife and I picked up a grandfather clock at a yard sale a few months ago. No real rhyme or reason to it, it just kind of … Continue reading

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Cells at Work! Vol. 1 (Kodansha)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Our Bodies, Our Cells…Edutainment at It’s Best! by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow Mankind has struggled with the idea of using comic books for educational purposes since perhaps not too long after the first inkbrush hit the paper. … Continue reading

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A Silent Voice Vol. 1 (Kodansha)

Rating: 5/5 – A Bully Learns the Error of His Ways…But is it Enough? by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow. Shoya Ishida is bored. His world is a mundane, humdrum litany of what can only be called existence, not living. His … Continue reading

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Maria, the Virgin Witch Vol. 1 (Kodansha)

Rating: 4/5 – What Would You Sacrifice to Keep the Peace? by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow. Maria has a problem. She wants to keep her small village protected from the war between the English and French armies during the Hundred … Continue reading

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