Welcome to the weekly manga review here at Sequential Ink! Before we get this week’s review of My Little Monster, Vol. 2 , let’s see what interesting tidbits we can dredge up from the San Diego Comi-Con flood, shall we?

When we last left Shizuku and Haru, their relationship had taken an odd turn as Haru rejected Shizuku’s request for a date, causing her to vow to make him love her! Robico’s My Little Monster, Vol. 2 picks up immediately after this and continues to explore the tangled and awkward relationship that Shizuku and Haru’s share, while adding further complications such as a potential romantic adversary, and ominous hint about Haru’s home life.

My Little Monster, Vol. 2 isn’t a bad book by any stretch, but I expected a little more from it. The emotional heart of the first volume and the group of friends that helped highlight the changes taking place within and between Haru and Shizuku were lacking, and as a result it just felt like a fairly standard relationship drama. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more of the supporting cast and moving the relationship between Haru and Shizuku forward a bit more in volume three.

My Little Monster - Wikipedia


My Little Monster Vol. 1 - amazon.com

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