The work of a detective can be stressful, effectively running a race against criminals who may strike at a moment's notice, and some races don't provide a trail to follow. Not for Risa Aioi, though, whose unique quirk of falling head over heels for hardened criminals allows her to catch details that even the most … Continue reading Flash Review – i tell c
Some people dream of becoming kings and others of saving up enough money that they can swim in it, but Kraft Lawrence has the simple life mission of opening up his own shop, and to achieve that, he's spent the lot of his adult life as a traveling merchant. But great as making money is, … Continue reading Flash Review – Spice & Wolf (Vol. 1)
After months of travel, Rudeus and his band finally make it to the southernmost port of the Demon Continent, from where human civilization is but a hop, skip, and jump away by boat. Problem is, passenger fees for his Superd buddy are outrageous, so they're at an impasse as to what to do. Fortune then … Continue reading Flash Review – Jobless Reincarnation (Vol. 4)
Riku Aibetsu has the prophetic ability to foresee disasters, a talent which has saved many of her friends over the years. But when she meets Iori Katanagi, a boy who shuts himself away in an empty classroom lined with talismans, she learns she isn't predicting these incidents, but causing them. She's what's known as a … Continue reading Flash Review – Phantom Seer
Despite being reborn into a whole new world with thrilling things like magic and monsters, Rudeus is content living a quiet life with the people he cares about. That's upended when his father ties him up and ships him off to earn his school tuition. The gig is simple on paper: teach a young girl … Continue reading Flash Review – Jobless Reincarnation (Vol. 2)
Things are amiss in the world. People are growing holes in their bodies, the deceased are singing scat, and models are gurning themselves into taxidermy, and the one behind this descent into madness is none other than Junji Ito. The Spooky Monsters: The sole reason Junji Ito's stories are a worthwhile investment. Back when I … Continue reading Flash Review – Junji Ito Story Collections
Life is short, and life is sometimes wasted. This is the exact scenario for one NEET who holes up in his room all day and skips out on his parents' funeral to jerk off to hentai. Beaten and exiled by his siblings, he drops to an even lower point, right as his life's cut short … Continue reading Flash Review – Jobless Reincarnation (Vol. 1)
Erika Sakura has got a problem: she's so stuck on her classmate Kuzumi that she can't stand it. No matter what goes down around him, he's in his own little world, and it drives her up a wall. She tries figuring out what his deal is, but in getting to know him comes to know … Continue reading Flash Review – Kuzumi-kun, Can’t You Read the Room?
The future is bright for Nasa Yuzaki, named for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration because his parents are parents. That bright future, however, is nearly cut short when Truck-kun mows him down. Only nearly, because a mysterious girl saves him from death, so he isn't isekaied into an MMORPG world. Instead, he falls head … Continue reading Flash Review – Fly Me to the Moon (Vol. 1-3)
Kinjiro Sakamachi is a tough cookie and needs to be. His little sister wakes him in the mornings by dropping an elbow on him, and his mother would do the same if she weren't traveling the world wrestling bears. A bad case of upset tummy one day leads to him discovering the secret of Subaru … Continue reading Flash Review – Mayo Chiki!