More Mystery Manga Reviews: Glitch Vol 1 By Shima Shinya/Hard-Boiled Stories From the Cat Bar By Yourei Ono

by Lorie Lewis Ham

This week I am reviewing two more mystery manga from Yen Press. There couldn’t be two more different manga mysteries to review at the same time—one is very dark and hard-boiled involving hit men, detectives, and cats; the other, while also dark, involves young adults moving to a new town, attending a new school, and discovering what might be a monster, or perhaps a ghost.

More Supernatural Mystery Manga Reviews: Oshi No Ko Vol 1 & 2/ Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple Vol. 1

by Lorie Lewis Ham

Earlier this year, I watched season one of the anime Oshi No Ko, so I was excited to start reading the manga, hoping to go beyond that first season. However, Volumes 1 and 2 haven’t taken me there yet. But it was still interesting to revisit the story and get some bits that weren’t in the anime. The manga is published by YenPress. This is definitely one of my favorite anime/manga series!

Lost Lad in London Vol 1 By Shima Shinya

by Lorie Lewis Ham

When I decided to start reviewing mystery manga for KRL published by Yen Press, I expected most of them to be set in Japan like the majority of the other manga I read, but so far that has not been the case. Lost Lad in London by Shima Shinya is actually set in London, as you would suspect from the title. And this one is a bit more of a traditional mystery than some of the other manga that I have reviewed lately.