The Young Master’s Revenge, Vol. 1 - Mec...
This was kind of meh. The art is pretty, but the story has a been there, done that feeling to it. There really wasn't anything to set it apart. Leo is supposed to be burning with the need for revenge against Tenma for a childhood incident, but he's really not the evil villain he thinks he is. His bland personality doesn't work well for a guy thirsting to get back at the beautiful, clumsy, and sweet Tenma. I'll read another volume to see if gets better for me, but right now, it left only an impression of mediocrity. It's a quick read, it's pleasant enough, but it's not going to stick with me for the long haul.
full review to follow