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Witchcraft Works Volume 8 Review

I thought that entering into a new arc would present some interesting moments in Witchcraft Works volume 8, but I was severely mistaken. One of my gripes with the last volume of the series was that the story seemed to have slowed down a bit. With a...


Witchcraft Works Volume 7 Review

Now that the latest arc in Witchcraft Works has wrapped up, things have started to slow down in a big way. Where the previous volumes have been increasingly action packed, Witchcraft Works Volume 7 takes things down a notch back to where things are normal again, or at...


Witchcraft Works Volume 6 Review

Witchcraft Works is a series that’s heavily reliant on humor, but for the past couple of volumes, it’s been steadily increasing the action as the witches wage war over Honoka and The White Princess. It’s been a pretty tense fight, and in Witchcraft Works volume 6...


Witchcraft Works Volume 5 Review

Witchcraft Works has proven to be a pretty funny reverse take on the whole damsel in distress trope, with Honoka Takamiya taking on the role of the princess and Ayaka Kagari as his protector. It’s not a very serious work, and while there is some...


Witchcraft Works Volume 4 Review

It was becoming pretty apparent by the third volume that Honoka and Ayaka could totally be a thing. Also, as I mentioned in my last review, their time together was quickly becoming one of my favorite things about Witchcraft Works. Thankfully, the fourth volume provides more...


Witchcraft Works Volume 3 Review

It feels like it’s been a while since the last volume of Witchcraft Works was released and indeed it has, but the third volume is finally here. With the fourth volume on the way later this month, I’m glad to have my hands on...


Witchcraft Works Volume 2 Review

After the solid introduction to the series of Witchcraft Works in volume 1, I was pretty excited to read volume 2 to see just where the series was headed. After all, it’s a story that’s heavily focused on comedy which can be observed both...


Witchcraft Works: Volume 1 Review

You might already be familiar with Witchcraft Works if you’ve seen the anime adaptation that premiered earlier this year, but the manga it was based on hadn’t hit the United States until last month when it was published in English by Vertical. I had...