MANGA REVIEW | "Satoko and Nada" - Volume One

Cultures can clash from time-to-time, but with a little understanding and kindness the barriers of said upbringings can be smashed...

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MANGA REVIEW | Yamcha Gets Moment In Spotlight In "Dragon Ball" Spinoff

Within the isekai genre, there are many times where someone gets transported and transformed into another being. At times, they're...

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ANIME REVIEW | Complicated Feelings Arise In Well-Written "Scum's Wish"

If there's one genre in anime that I rarely can stomach, it's NTR. A shortened way of saying "netorare", the...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Kanna's Daily Life" - Volume Three

When I started reading Kanna's Daily Life a few months back, I initially thought that a spinoff starring the adorable...

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Shameless Tuesdays: Livre 11 | Buildings and Food

The Toronto music scene alone is filled with enough eclectic styles that'd make most countries envious. Pop, folk, hardcore punk,...

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One-On-One: Korpiklaani

On a dark Halloween night at the Brighton Music Hall, King Baby Duck and Wicked Anime's Andrew Fleming went face-to-face...

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VIZ Media Brings "Gray World" & "Grancrest War" To US This November

VIZ Media has two new manga series for the Western world that are ready to hit store shelves this month, with...

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MANGA REVIEW | "The Flowers of Evil" - Volume Four (Omnibus Edition)

If there's one thing Kasuga quickly learns in the final volume of Shuzo Oshimi's The Flowers of Evil, it's that...

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BOOK REVIEW | "NieR:Automata" Less Exciting In Novel Form

Video game novelizations. Is there ever a phrase that sounded more redundant? Granted there have some some exceptions, with Alan...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Hachi

It may be the day before Halloween, but this week's No Borders No Race is more about going foxy rather...

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