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Author Archives: Lesley Aeschliman

Lesley Aeschliman is a freelance writer who began writing on a full-time basis in 2007. She has served as the Anime editor at BellaOnline.com, and she also writes and maintains two blogs: Lesley's Musings... on Anime and Manga and AeschTunes.

Manga Review: ‘Kamisama Kiss’ Volume 11 by Julietta Suzuki

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Nanami and friends work to prepare for the new year. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘A Devil and Her Love Song’ Volume Nine by Miyoshi Tomori

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The third story arc introduces a new character with a potential crush on our heroine Maria. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Strobe Edge’ Volume Four by Io Sakisaka

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I’m just not convinced that Ando's the right guy for Ninako. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Pokemon Adventures’ Volume 17 by Hidenori Kusaka

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The best part of this volume is the Pokemon battle between Ruby and Norman and the backstory that is provided for both of these characters. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Kamisama Kiss’ Volume 10 by Julietta Suzuki

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A strong continuation of the story arc introduced in volume nine. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Pokemon Black and White’ Volume 10 by Hidenori Kusaka

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Including an interesting visit to the Celestial Tower, the final resting place of Pokemon. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Dengeki Daisy’ Volume One by Kyousuke Motomi

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This is a series that will probably be best enjoyed by the teenage girls who typically make up the market for shojo manga. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘The Earl & the Fairy’ Volume One by Ayuko

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An interesting story for a shojo manga, set in 19th-century Europe. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Naruto’ Volume Nine by Masashi Kishimoto

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The battle between Sakura and Ino concludes. Read More »

Manga Review: ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal’ Volume One by Shin Yoshida

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If you're not a die-hard fan, you might find it hard to see the appeal. Read More »