RWBY’s manga will likely never be even the most compelling series running in Weekly Shonen Jump in English, but it still is a fun, slick reading experience. I sincerely hope it continues for some time to come as RWBY is a pleasant read with cool characters. It has some room to grow but it is hard not to be sucked into its infectious upbeat world.
The series really could go either way at this point; it has potential to be a slick action series. That being said, it has some major issues to iron out with dialogue, as it is clunky, and hugely detracts from the reading experience.
Cuticle Detective Inaba, as silly as the series often is, is mustering a lot of effort for what is presumably the series final arc. It is a shame the series did not develop darker plots until what is presumed to be near the end.
While there were a few minor quibbles to be had with this chapter, especially with how the speech felt undercut at the end, chapter 106 was an entertaining read nonetheless. It really is a shame that Cuticle Detective Inaba is heading towards its conclusion because the series remains a highlight in my day each time I sit down to read it.
Nichijou’s first volume is a fantastic read, though it might not be apparent based on the title. The characters have plenty of layers to them and there is always something happening in the stories to maintain investment, as well as plenty of busting-a-gut-laughing to be had.