Reading Time: 2 minutes Dr. STONE volume 21 teases the final conflict between Stanley and the Kingdom of Science, leaving readers satisfied and wanting more.
Reading Time: 3 minutes To Strip the Flesh is a collection of six short stories that explore a singular theme: stripping away what’s on the outside to find the truth within.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Seaside Stranger Volume 2 isn’t really a romance, so much as it’s about two characters in a relationship healing old wounds.
Reading Time: 2 minutes With Death Note Short Stories, readers get to read previously published one-shots in one volume, from the iconic series creators.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The direct sequel to Restart After Coming Back Home, Restart After Growing Hungry continues Yamato and Mitsoumi’s romance.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Beastars Volume 17 is wildly different from where the series began, and that showcases Paru Itagaki’s strength as a mangaka.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Sex Ed 120% Volume 3 continues toanswer sexual health questions without forgetting the importance of discussing queer identity and sexuality.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Created, written, and illustrated by Mito Aoi, Having an Idol Loving Boyfriend is the Best is a wholesome and cozy romance.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Yen Press’s From the Red Fog is a horror-thriller series set in 1900s England that goes way off the rails in shock value.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Last volume, the series confronted friends finding out about the relationship, now in Mint Chocolate Volume 5, it confronts family.