Gun Smoke and Old Lace 2: In which everyone who hated that old lady suddenly feels terrible about themselves, and the villain is an asshole in flashback. Seriously, I just want to punch him in his smug face.
Gun Smoke and Old Lace 1: In which an old lady is rude, and the typesetter writes “refrigerator” for the first time in her life.
Seiren 4: In which a flashback is concluded, and X-Posed Scanlations reassures the internet (or at least the corner of it which is awesome enough to like this series) that they’re still alive.
Also, if you follow Texts from the Network, you might have already found out a bit of what happens in this chapter, because I forgot to not upload stuff to there unless the relevant manga bit has already been released. Sorry about that.
Seiren 3: In which the typesetter realizes that the arc title was meant to reference “sirens”, as in the mythological creature, and a bad guy wears heart-patterned underwear.
Seiren 2: In which Anna is a brat, and we get an explanation for at least some of her weirdness.
Seiren 1: In which we learn that the true path to badassery is more like an immature prank gone wrong than anything else, in that it involves having rocks thrown at you by an old man.
The Island of Aegis 3: In which Tate shows more facial expression than we’ve seen in all the chapters beforehand. Combined.