Posts in Category: manga

My Hero Academia

by Kohei Horikoshi

My hero academia

This book is about 14 year old Izuku Midoriya who just wants to have a superpower known as a quirk. He was born without one and its impossible to get one. That doesn't stop him though. Eventually he meets All Might, Deku's idol, who offers him his quirk and a shot at being a hero.

My Hero Academia is a good book because it shows how if you try you can become anything. It's also wonderful book about superheroes.

I would totally recommend this book to anyone who loves superheroes or has watched the anime. Anyone who likes action stories would enjoy this too.

Analise, 12


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Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun

by Aidalro

series cover

A cute ghost story about a girl named Nene Yashiro who goes into the legendary bathroom stall of school mystery No. 7, Hanako San. What she finds there is very different than she is expecting. She ends up becoming the assistant of Hanako Kun and together they solve the school mysteries.

I loved this book and it's a wonderful start to the world of manga. The characters have adorable personalities the setting is cute. One of my favorites.

I would totally recommend this book to any manga or anime fan. This is totally worth reading.

Analise, 12


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Immortal Hounds by

by Ryo Yasohachi

Immortal Hounds Manga Volume 1

Ever since mortals have appeared in this immortal world, it's caused chaos. To combat this problem, two major organizations are there to do what they think is right: protect or destroy them. In the 2nd volume, one of these protectors called Fuurin is trying to get the upper hand from Detective Kenzaki (who believes all mortals deserve to be eradicated). Whilst this occurs, Kiriko tries to make her debut in the organization, more specifically the role as a protector (also known as Vectors).

I couldn't put this manga down. Readers get to see contrasting perspectives of Vectors along with the detectives and the police. This unique plot doesn't go unnoticed, and reading about minorities and how they're seen in this immortal world is very intriguing!!

Although there is some slight gore in the manga, I would absolutely recommend it! It's clear the author doesn't shy away from showing what immortals consider to be norms, and an example of this is beautifully shown in the opening of volume 1. Highly recommend reading volume 1 first to learn about the characters more!! Overall, amazing read!

Lucia, 14


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