- Goth by Otsuichi & Kendi Oiwa (illustrator)
Honestly, I don’t even know why I thought reading this would be interesting or a good idea. No, wait, I actually do! This manga randomly appeared on my goodreads recommendations and I was like:“this looks interesting” and I clicked it, and I read someone say something about gore, horror and creepy stuff and well, that’s pretty much why I decided to give it a try. But guess what, guys. It didn’t work for me. The only thing I liked about this was the mystery solved at the ending. Nothing else. Why? Because it didn’t make sense for me, like, what was the point of this? I’m still lost. And if you’re wondering about the gore well, I don’t know, this wasn’t that “horrifying”, it does have strong stuff, but I expected worse, to be honest.
- Gangsta (Volume 3)by Kohske
Oh God, guys, this volume brought all the feels to my soul! On this volume, we got to see flashbacks about Worrick and Nico’s past; how they met each other and whatever whatever–and I just couldn’t help myself from screaming and wanting to cry. But besides that touchy back story, we also get to see how shit is starting to get real with the twilights. Really loved this volume and how everything developed!
- Gangsta (Volume 4)by Kohske
Can I just say that shit is starting to get real and nothing else? No? Well, ok, I completely loved this volume and I can’t deny it. I love seeing how Al’s relationship with W and N is developing and meeting new characters! Everything was great! But in the end, shit got real, and I can’t wait to start the next one!
- Attack on Titan (Volume 19)by Hajime Isayama
Guys, this series is ending. Guys, I don’t know how to review this. Guys, shit has gotten way too real and this was way too intense for my life. I DON’T NEED THOSE CLIFFHANGERS OR ANYTHING, YOU KNOW! Things just got. . .wow. This is just fucking brilliant.
- Tokyo Ghoul:re (Volume 6)by Sui Ishida
Like with that 19th volume of Attack on Titan, this volume was also fucking brilliant. Sui Ishida is finally showing us more things and ah, everything it’s just so painfully beautiful I can’t even express myself right. ALSO, I actually finished this volume and the AoT one like a month or two ago, BUT, since I added them now on April to my read shelf, I decided to include them and cry. I’m loving every second of this beautiful manga and I can’t deny it, good bye.
- High School of the Dead (Volume 1)by Daisuke Sato and Shouji Sato (Illustrator)
I randomly decided to read this first volume and see how it went, since I loved the anime, and I just realized that it didn’t went how I expected. Why? Well, the story was fine and the way it developed and everything else, but the art was somehow confusing and it hurt my eyes to read these first few chapters! But besides that, I still enjoyed it, and I think I will continue fighting zombies with this series. . .
And that’s it! Have any of you read any of these? If so, feel free to come and cry with me about them, if no, WHY NOT?! If you like suffering, I’m sure you’ll enjoy them! Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed these “mini reviews”!
Thanks for passing by & reading! x