Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Manga Review: Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches, Volume 7, by Miki Yoshikawa

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: March 2016
Volumes: 24+
Spoilers?: Light.
Volume: 1. 6. 8.

Goodreads Synopsis:

Yamada’s Confession: The Suzaku Festival is in full swing, but the revelry comes to an end when Yamada must find a way to help a friend in need. In the process of doing so, he discovers more about the witches—including the fact that Yamada is not the only boy with powers at Suzaku High. This new power-user may be the key to resolving everything, but he may also lead to the loss of someone dear to Yamada. And faced with such a dilemma, Yamada is forced to admit something that he’s been hiding from all his friends…


We meet a new type of off-witch in this volume (like what Yamada is), a witch killer, i.e. someone who takes a witches power. This leads to Yamada having a meeting with the student council president, and he has a very sneaky bodyguard in an assistant.
Yamads ends up doing one favor that extends into something else, and then there’s a competition between the three competitors for student council president. During this, we meet Miyamura’s sister, and find out what Miyamura is really after. And the group is all off to find who the final witch is.
I’m intrigued by the discoveries in this volume—Miyamura’s sister is an interesting, violent character, and it should be good to find out who the final witch is and what she can do. I’m looking forward to getting the next volume.

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