In the last post I belatedly realized that I hadn’t talked about the reason I now have a Futekiya account and for “this week’s” BL recommendation, I decided to talk about one of my favorite BL manga I read this year (so far)! You might notice that I have a thing for non-human characters~
Also, if anyone doesn’t know what Futekiya is, it’s basically Crunchyroll but for BL manga. You pay a monthly fee and then you’re given access to their library of English licensed and translated works. I think it’s a really neat idea and I’m starting to see this form of English licensing happening but I’m going to be honest, as a collector, I kind of hate it. I mean, I want to have a physical copy of the manga that I read, but it’s also very convenient. Not only can you access as many BL titles as you want (granted that it’s in their library) but now you don’t have to worry about liking or disliking a story (one price for it all), which, if you collect, can get pricey. I mean, there have been quite a few titles I’ve collected where I was like, WELL, if I’d KNOWN, I probably wouldn’t have bought it. But, it is the current way to support the authors so please check it out!
Continue reading [Review] Marriage to the Wolf: The Tale of an Inter-species Union by Hana Inui
At the beginning of the year I was super excited because my manga count was OVER THE ROOF but now I’m too scared to even check. I’m probably behind on my yearly goal and nothing is more scary than seeing that number grow…and grow…So. I’ve decided not to check and after having a two week “break” from reading…BL manga (because you know I’ve been staying up for a few minutes every day trying to read some JJK fanfic!!!), I think I’m ready to tackle my goals again. And maybe beg forgiveness for forcing myself into Sukuna’s domain because WOW, he hot. Who am I begging? I haven’t decided yet…
Continue reading [Review] The Dragon’s Husband – A Surprisingly Fluffy BL Fantasy by Ake Susaki
Yesterday night I started to think, what should I share this week? I hadn’t read as much as I wanted to but I did read a couple titles I thought were humorous enough, however, as I was trying to think of something, this webcomic showed up on the front page. It had been a while since I had last read it but I recall there being a season two in the works. Perhaps it had been long enough where it was either complete or it had so many chapters I wouldn’t be able to binge it all in one night
Continue reading [Review] King’s Maker – A story of “The Good King” by Haga and Kang Ji Young