Manga Adaptation of Hamlet:

I really had high high expectations for this but unfortunately I was a little disappointed… I thought a manga adaptation would may make Shakespeare’s work more accessible and easier to read but if anything this made everything a little bit confusing.   Title: Manga Shakespeare: Hamlet Authors :Richard Appignanesi (Adapter), Emma Vieceli (Illustrator), William Shakespeare Length: 204 Source: Purchased […]

JUNE TBR/WRAP-UP

This post is going to be a TBR/Wrap up because I’ve actually already read and even reviewed some of the books on here! I didn’t know if I wanted to do a full TBR for this month because I honestly wasn’t sure how many books I’d read, (if any…)) BUT seen as I seem to […]

Review: Tokyo Ghoul

  Title: Tokyo Ghoul, Vol.1 Author: Sui Ishida Length: 224 Source: Purchased. I love reading manga, but the only thing that irks me about them is how short they feel. Even if I buy a bind-up of three volumes I literally fly through them in an hour! Also I don’t know why this happens but I never […]

Manga Classics: Pride and Prejudice Review

  Title: Manga Classics: Pride and Prejudice By: Stacy King (story adaptation) and Po Tse ( art) Published: August 19th 2014 Length: 377 pages Source: Received from Netgalley     Since reading the Manga adaptation of the Scarlett Letter, I’ve been waiting for the chance/funds to buy the other adaptations. The one that most interested me, […]

Death Note (Vol.1): Review

Title:Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom By: Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata (Illustrator) Published: September 2006 Length:  195 pages Source: Bought   First of all I’d like to apologise for not posting this review sooner, I’ve actually finished reading Death Note Vol. 1 quite a while ago! I just started watching Outlander, and that kind of distracted […]

Manga Classics: The Scarlet Letter (Review)

  Title: Manga Classics: The Scarlet Letter Published by : Udon Entertainment Publication date: March 31st 2015 Stacy King ( Author) (English Dialogue Adaptation), SunNeko Lee (Illustrator), Crystal S. Chan (Story Adaptation), W.T. Francis (Lettering), Nathaniel Hawthorne (Original Story) Source: Received copy from Udon Entertainment through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review   This […]