This list is composed of characters in anime and manga who should reconsider involving themselves in romantic relationships. Because we talk about love, some say that we all deserve love. But let’s be honest, some give off nuclear levels of scare-off-the-maiden vibes.
The art in Oneira is slick, curved, and yet retains enough angles to mirror my understanding of Arane—beautiful and deadly.
After… too many months, we’re back with 5 recommendations and a bonus for a valentine’s day full of heart-warming romance.
Wandering Son revolves around two transgender characters who are in the 5th grade. How they learn to navigate their own trans identity around their classmates, family and each other is also explored.
Downfall aka Reiraku is a pity party for an insecure Asano Inio. Here’s the rant review for this abomination of a manga. Pretty abomination.
This singular volume takes us through the perilous vacation a grieving couple takes after failed attempts to rekindle their relationship. SO ROMANTIC.
Looking for anime and manga with Japanese folklore? Here are a couple and their reviews so you don’t end up watching or reading trash.
One of Junji Ito’s many stories, though this might be less known as Tomei, it has the same level of dread and body horror. There are elements of Lovecraftian horror.
This seinen horror manga of 2016 is one part of an anthology of stories. The content is not meant for those under 18 years of age, so no minor eyes here. . .
This is the first in our 2020 Creatures of Fantasy series, we’re looking at anime and manga that feature witches and demons: Xxx Holic, The Night Owl Witch, Little Witch Academia, La Storia della Arcana Famiglia, Idhun Chronicles and, Yondemasuyo Azazel-san.