December 14th, 2016


In/Spectre volume 1

We got home from Disneyland last night and decided to check our email before going to bed, thus discovering a few work emails that have thrown our schedule into chaos! ...Okay, more like minor disarray, but the minor disarray combined with having plans for this evening and sleeping in this morning has our schedule for today specifically in a bit of a chaos. So what do we do? We stall!

...Actually, I think this is less stalling and more making sure we get a review posted today, since our plans this evening are for an uncertain period of time, and we don't want to end up working right up until we have to leave, then coming back late and not having time to post. Not on a Review Rednesday, anyway! (There may be a little stalling, but I'm actually pretty excited about the work we're doing. The stalling is mostly because of being indecisive about what takes priority.)

This week, we present our review of In/Spectre volume 1! Spoiler level: moderate.

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And that's it for our volume one review! ...It's not really very exciting. Sorry. But it is kind of funny. And if there's anything we didn't touch on that you'd like us to comment on, go ahead and ask in the comments!

As for our translations that had releases this week, we have a grand total of one! Complex Age 3! Check it out for the further adventures of Nagisa and her cosplay companions!

And tune in next week, for our review of Your Lie in April volume 10! (We'd better get that one posted soon--we just got our comp copies for the finale!)

Today I'm thankful for fun new things on our schedule, having a lovely time at Disneyland with Gaston and Alice, Page finally getting off the keyboard so we could post this review (I undid it, but she added a serious amount of the letter P), our Christmas Tokyo Treat box arriving (with lots of chocolate!), and learning that the beignets at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen in Downtown Disney are in no way inferior to the best beignets in New Orleans.