Weeb Revues

Light Novels…

I talk about light novels from all across the board! Sometimes I do one post on many volumes, or go volume-by-volume for a whole series. It all depends on the work itself.


I also read manga. Reviews of manga are usually split into first impressions and full reviews, but only for ones I’ve started recently. I’ll have those One Piece and MHA reviews up someday!

…and more!

I cover videogames and Western media as well! You never know what I’ll find next!

  • Interspecies Reviewers First Impressions (Volumes 1 & 2)
    I never cared for being able to relate to characters in order to enjoy a narrative. However, when I caught the premise of Interspecies Reviewers, published in English by Yen Press, I bought the first two volumes on a whim! "So, what makes you relate to this lewd-ass manga, you perv?" you ask. Well, it's … Read more
  • Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki Volume 1 Review
    This isn’t the first time I’ll say that I don’t like factoring relatability into quality, and it won’t be the last. And despite how much I can relate to the titular character of Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki (published in English by Yen Press), I will absolutely not factor it into the final score of this series. … Read more
  • Lockwood & Co. Full Series Review
    The U.K. has had a history of really popular writers: From William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens all the way through to the late, great Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett. So, is it any surprise that also-English Jonathan Stroud’s Lockwood & Co. series is fan-freakin’-tastic in every way? It was a surprise for me, actually. I … Read more
  • Bakuman Full Series Review
    I know that working in the manga world can be harsh; I'm even aware of how it's literally killed people. That's why I never read through Bakuman (published in English by Viz) until just now. And wow… where has this been all my life?! Bakuman stars Moritaka Mashiro, whose uncle died from overworking during his … Read more
  • Fairy Tale Battle Royale First Impressions
    My introduction to the battle royale genre was Future Diary. It wasn’t a good first impression to say the least. But despite that… experience, I decided to read Fairy Tale Battle Royale, published in English by Seven Seas. Let’s discuss if it’s any good. Aoba Kuninaka is a classic, emotionally insecure high school girl who … Read more

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