LGBTQIA+, Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

Der Mann meines Bruders Bd. 1 + 2 | Rezension | Booksmagick

Worum geht's? Der alleinerziehende Yaichi ist völlig überrumpelt, als Mike - der Mann seines kürzlich verstorbenen Zwillingsbruders Ryoji - auf seiner Schwelle auftaucht und den Familienalltag auf den Kopf stellt. Die kleine Kana ist völlig aus dem Häuschen und löchert ihren Onkel mit Fragen. Was ich darüber denke Mit Klick aufs Cover geht's zur Verlagsseite!… Continue reading Der Mann meines Bruders Bd. 1 + 2 | Rezension | Booksmagick

Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

Black Torch Vol. 1-3 by Tsuyoshi Takaki | Review | Booksmagick

Jiro has been trained in Shinobi art his whole life but to his granddad's great dismay gets into street fights too often. Gifted with the ability to talk to animals, Jiro doesn't hesitate to save an injured cat which turns out to be a Mononoke called Rago. Rago is hunted by other Mononoke but Jiro hasn't gone through all the trouble of nursing Rago back to health only to see him killed on his watch.

LGBTQIA+, Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic, Young Adult

Heartstopper Vol. 1 by Alice Oseman | Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? "Boy meets boy. Boys become friends. Boys fall in love." What I think about it Click image to get to publisher Why did I finish this graphic novel?? Now I have to wait who knows how long for the next volume (JULY 11, 2019!! <3) T_T It came as a recommendation from… Continue reading Heartstopper Vol. 1 by Alice Oseman | Review | Booksmagick

Fantasy, Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

Jakob Kayne – La Isabela | ARC Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? In the midst of an attack Jakob Kayne, one of the last two Healer-Alchemists, sneaks into the besieged city of La Isabela to heal Victoria Marcheda. With the Omeykhim sultan outside the walls of La Isabela, attacking relentlessly and the Inquisition inside fighting a deadly disease, Jakob has to overcome different hurdles… Continue reading Jakob Kayne – La Isabela | ARC Review | Booksmagick

LGBTQIA+, Manga/Graphic Novel/Comic

I Hear the Sunspot by Yuki Fumino | Review | Booksmagick

Kohei is hard of hearing and often misunderstood or has to ask the person he is talking to to repeat themselves. Therefore, he remains to himself most of the time. That is until Taichi - cheerful and energetic - literally bumps into him. The fact that Taichi’s voice carries in a way that is easy for Kohei to understand, he starts to hear the world outside his own little bubble again. Perhaps there is still hope for him to live like any other person?