Jaco the Galactic Patrolman By:
Akira Toriyama (Art); James Gaubatz (Touch-up art and Lettering) Translator:
Tetsuichiro Miyaki Release Date:
January 26, 2015
Maybe it’s because I tend to lean towards long-running shonen series, but it isn’t very often I come across a standalone volume of manga. Jaco the Galactic Patrolman by Akira Toriyama is exactly that.
The Prince and the Dressmaker By:
Jen Wang Release Date:
February 13, 2018
The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang is an utterly magnificent story of acceptance, following your heart, and chasing your dreams. It is the story of a young prince, Sebastian, and a young woman, Frances, who wants to become a fashion designer and dressmaker. After seeing a dress Frances made, Sebastian hires her as his seamstress. But Sebastian’s secret and Frances’ dreams seem to go hand in hand.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, Vol. 3 By:
Betten Court Translator:
Caleb Cook Release Date:
January 1, 2019
VIZ Media: Shonen Jump
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes #3 Received From:
(All reviews are our own, honest opinions.)
Out of the many spin off series that exist in the world of manga My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is probably my favorite. It offers a very different look at a society where everyone has quirks – superpowers. Instead of following teenagers trying to be young heroes we follow a regular college student named Koichi who moonlights as a vigilante.
Standard Hollywood Depravity By:
March 7, 2017
Ray Electromatic #1.5 Rating:
I can finally say I’ve finished the Ray Electromatic series. Standard Hollywood Depravity by Adam Christopher is a novella set between the first and second books in the series. It’s a short, fun mystery that can be easily read as a standalone story if you haven’t read the first novel in the series Made to Kill.
A Plain-Dealing Villain (Daniel Faust #4) By:
Website: http://craig-schaefer-v2.squarespace.com/ Release Date:
January 20th, 2015
Daniel Faust Series Rating:
I know I’m terrible about posting reviews but as I get caught up in series books I always struggle about giving a proper review while avoiding spoilers. However, there is nothing terrible about book four in the Daniel Faust series and now, even months after reading them, I’m still obsessed. To the point that I went back through my copy to find favorite quotes and ended up re-reading the entire book anyway.