Library Wars: Love & War, Vol. 12 Paperback – Sep 2 2014
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About the Author
Kiiro Yumi won the 42nd LaLa Manga Grand Prix Fresh Debut award for her manga Billy Bocchan no Yuutsu (Little Billy’s Depression). Her latest series is Toshokan Senso Love&War (Library Wars: Love & War), which runs in LaLa magazine in Japan and is published in English by Viz Media.
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Like the summary says, Iku and Dojo go out for tea, and most of the manga focuses around the softer side of their relationship, showing just how much their feelings have grown towards each other. There is also a large hint that this may be the first of many cute outings that we get to see from them. We also get to see a small payoff from another couple who have been dancing around the issue for a little while as well. As we're used to seeing from Library Wars, however, a darker plot is going on in the middle of everything.
I’m just in love with this series. I don’t even know what else to say at this point. I love everything about it.
This volume has the group guarding a writer being pushed to censor his work, and then a problem with Tezuka’s brother, which Shibazaki takes care of very nicely. Shibazaki is brilliant, and so very smartly manipulative. I love how she takes care of things.
The main points in this volume, though, are the “date”s between Dojo and Iku, and the chemistry coming to a head between Shibazaki and Tezuka. Also all of the hilarity, but those are always there. Dojo and Iku seem to possibly be heading somewhere, maybe, but it could still easily be dragged out for several more volumes. Either way, I'm happy. Then Shibazaki, who I love, I think is a perfect fit for Tezuka, and I really enjoy seeing them get closer.
Just thinking about this series makes me smile, and I grin through every volume. I love every bit of this series, and this volume is another blissfully exciting one. I love it.
I can’t wait for the next volume.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]