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October 2020

Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro is a joy to read, with every page showcasing a perfect mixture of cuteness and hilarity. The chemistry between Nagatoro and Senpai may start off in a bully-ish manner, but it always ends with

King Baby Duck welcomes fellow Japanese music aficionado Mike Rogers, who pops on to talk about the first annual Japan Indies Film Festival! Hear all about its origins, the COVID-19 troubles, the importance of making it a global affair, and

Monster Girl Doctor is this particular hybrid of Monster Musume and Interviews With Monster Girls. From the former, viewers are treated to a world of many creatures great and small, mesh with a sliver of cuteness. As for the latter,

The concept of people gaining the ability to grow big has been showcased in many comic books and b-movies, not to mention the plethora of cartoons that have done this idea before. GANTZ creator Hiroya Oku has decided the manga

Today, a brand-new video game publisher arrives in the form of Rocket Panda Games, and they've already set their sights on their first release: Phantom Breaker: Omnia! Omnia is a massive update to Phantom Breaker: Extra, a 1-vs-1 2D anime fighter

Lupin The Third is, in a word, timeless. Since his debut in 1967 in the pages of Weekly Manga Action, the adventures of Arsene Lupin’s grandson has captivated audiences all over the world. He’s helped not only influence the likes of

Sometimes the perfect family doesn’t form naturally. It can be a tactical thing, where the precise sorts of people can come together and mesh into the vision of happiness and bonding. The Forger Family is a prime example of a

Would you trust this man to read your kids a story? You have to hand it to Kosuke Oono. He’s taken an incredibly simple premise like placing a former mafioso into the life of a common husband, and has somehow struck

Beauty in Chaos is what we would call a monstrous collective. Curated by guitarist Michael Ciravolo, the concoctions the band conjure up can vary in many ways. A song with Ashton Nyte delivers a gothic post-punk fantasy dreamscape; a melody