August 2019

Nariyuki has a lot on his plate in We Never Learn. Not only does he have to tutor three students in order to get into his college of choice, but they’re all seemingly got the hots for him. Fortunately, author

Even before her debut in the West, the titular character of Komi Can’t Communicate had already gained a massive following. It’s fortunate that its first volume not only wound up being enjoyable, but also relatable for those who have poor

Nature of Wires is quite the peculiar synth-pop group. On one hand, their sound is perfect to groove to during the blackest of nights; on the other hand, it also serves as the perfect melodies to blare while playing Goldeneye

The matters of sex aren’t always showcased in a serious light in anime. Sometimes it often tries to go full-blown silly with its content, as evident in such series as My Girlfriend is Shobitch and Yamada’s First Time. But when

First, it was about reinvigorating life. Then, it was taking the task of crafting weaponry. Medicine shortly followed, pushing Senku and the gang closer to the modern age. With science in their arsenal, the cast of Dr. STONE crawl closer

Cyborg soldiers, arena fighters, and a ton of Pokémon films are heading our way this September from Viz Media! Check out the list below to see what we have in store from them: Assassination Classroom Complete Box Set by Yusei Matsui

Ever think that video games are getting too big? King Baby Duck thinks so, as he tells us why the AAA gaming industry needs to hold back a bit for the sake of the fun factor. But jinkies! Things go on

There’s a time to throw down, and a time to explain. What I appreciate about manga author Tsuyoshi Takaki is that he knows just how to get to the good stuff, as well as when it’s time for a little

Love is in the air, and so is the thrill of a good volleyball game! Section23 Films will be booming with complete collections this November, as well as the long-awaited release of one of the best sports anime seasons ever

While it's been a while since Republique was released, a review for it is better late than never (especially since there is demand for a Switch version). Thankfully, it's still a game with a relevant message, considering the grim outlook of the