I feel like it’s been forever since I last wrote about a BL related manga or anime or just anything really! Welp, couldn’t let that happen. Especially not since I’ve been reading some BL webcomics pretty consistently. Continue reading [Review] Moritat by Sunee Lee, Illustrated by Seokyeong
Hey guys! So I finally decided to get my butt into gear (heh who am I kidding) and thought I should, you know, start blogging again. And what better way to “come back” than by telling you about some yaoi manga and webcomics I’ve stumbled upon while I had the flu? Yes you’ve heard correctly! I had the flu for a couple days and it’s been weeks now and I still can’t get rid of this annoying cough! And while I most certainly felt like crap during those days I also read a lot of great yaoi
And since I recently posted about Cherry Blossoms After Winter, I thought The Last Zombie, also by Bamwoo would be a good choice. Continue reading The Last Zombie by Bamwoo [Chap 1 – 8]
OK, so I wasn’t expecting to be back so soon but I read this last night and just had to shout to the blogosphere about how much I love this!! It’s a manhwa that I added to my Anime-Planet account because the cover looked cute. Then last night (nearly today) I opened my AP and it was right there and I was in a reading mood. I’m so glad I checked it out!!
Cherry Blossoms After Winter is an ongoing manhwa (Korean manga) by Bamwoo about two “brothers” (Taesung and Haebom) who end up in the same class, which turns out to be rather problematic to Haebom because he has been hiding the fact he’s bullied at school from his family Continue reading [Review] Cherry Blossoms After Winter by Bamwoo
Hey guys! Not sure if you all remember (I know I forgot for a while), but I mentioned being part of the 2o15 Manga Reading Challenge and here I am, writing about a possibly, hopefully web-manga. I know Daiya corrected me on my previous selection for the web-manga prompt and hopefully (*crosses fingers*) I got this one right!
And if not I’ll just find another category for it…haha! So yes, for web-manga I decided to pick Always Raining Here, a little comic I’d been meaning to check out for a while now but that I hadn’t for X-reasons. I can’t even remember why Continue reading [Review] Always Raining Here by Hazel + Bell