Staff Review: Potato
All youth has slipped away from 30 something year old Rinko and her friends who are now more desperate than ever to snatch a man. They aren't as young anymore, and being single isn't as fun as it used to be. Laugh, sympathize, and cheer them on as they struggle with adulting.
"I spent all my time wondering 'what if,' then one day I woke up and I was 33." She's not that bad-looking, but before she knew it, Rinko was thirty-something and single. She wants to be married by the time the Tokyo Olympics roll around in six years, but...that might be easier said than done! The new series by Akiko Higashimura erupts with sharp opinions on girls and tons of laughs!!
Staff Review: Xuan
The Sacred Blacksmith is a fantasy story that will keep you invested with its dynamic action scenes, the art and of course its fan service. But let's talk about our male protagonist's live-in assistant Lisa for a bit. She is full of mysteries, cute, and on top of that has pointy ears! Amidst all the fighting and sometimes darker plot elements, Lisa embodies the story's lighter and warmer elements.
Oh and did I already mention how cute lil' Lisa is?! I think you will like her!
The Adventure Begins!
Like her father and grandfather before her, Cecil Campbell has entered the noble ranks of the Knight Guard, sworn to protect the Independent Trade City of Housman. Now the time has come for Cecily to prove herself in battle. A veteran of the great Valbanill War goes berserk in the marketplace. Cecily confronts him with the prized sword she inherited from her father-and it shatters to pieces! All seems lost, when a lone figure swoops to the rescue, and expert swordsman with a sword unlike any Cecily has ever seen. His name is Luke Ainsworth, a blacksmith of much renown, who will forge a new sword for Cecily and join her down a path of magical adventure beyond her wildest dreams.