Flying Witch, Vol. 1

Flying Witch, Vol. 1

Title:Flying Witch, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781945054099
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages

Prepare to be Bewitched! Makoto Kowata, a novice witch, packs up her belongings (including a black cat familiar) and moves in with her distant cousins in rural Aomori to complete her training and become a full-fledged witch....


    Flying Witch, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Mehsi

    Yesterday while browsing one of the many anime/manga newssites I frequent, I saw the news that this manga would be getting an anime adaptation soon. Of course I was curious, the art looked really cute...

  • bella ?  [ bella farren ]

    3.5 / 5 starsthe reading rush: #4 non-human main character.here's the link to my reading rush profile if you want to be friends!This was super adorable and such a fun read!...

  • Allie

    Struggled between 3 and 4 stars. If I borrowed it from the library I probably would've given it 4 stars, but since I shelled out coin for this, I'm inclined to say 3. It wasn't exciting, but it was......

  • Selena

    Flying Witch is a slow-roll situational comedy slice-of-life. It takes what would otherwise be a surreal premise (a girl living with her relatives who is learning to be a witch) and makes it seem perf...

  • Kyera

    Flying Witch is a manga about a girl who is a novice witch and moves in with her second cousins while she trains to become a proper witch. It is a very simple look into life more than a fantasy in whi...

  • Jenna

    A quiet introduction to what will hopefully be a fun slice-of-life. I love how blase all the characters are about witches existing. Feels like Harry Potter x Yotsuba thus far, especially the minimally...

  • Victoria ?

    Just a nice slice of life with magical elements (she’s a witch duh!) idk if i’ll read more though. ...

  • Jane Lebak

    It's a soothing, gentle read. Lots of personality, not a lot of stress....

  • Sesana

    Surprisingly light on magic for a series about a young witch coming into her own. Instead, it's more a quiet, slice of life series with a touch of magic, and I really enjoyed it....

  • Jonathan

    really funny...