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June 2021

Romance can be a dangerous game, especially when it’s placed within a crime syndicate. Love and violence can go hand-in-hand, creating a sort of beauty one would find in the most artistic of indie films. Perhaps that’s the route Nozomi

The concert scene is back, and King Baby Duck's wallet is crying over how many shows are happening all at once! Fortunately, Dame Scarlet Aznable of Scarlet Rhapsody helps take his mind off of his financial woes with a review

Despite what some may say, Nanashi’s Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro demonstrates a lot of wholesome character growth. Sure, there can be a lot of mean-spirited teasing and lewd antics, but Nagatoro and Senpai both showcase a wanting to

I remember adoring Acclaim’s Shadow Man on the Nintendo 64! It was to gaming how I looked at the MTV animated series The Maxx, as both demonstrated just how dark something can get in their respective medium. So when word

Even when dealing with the perversions of Nisioisin’s narrative, Oh!Great treats his story with as much care and detail as Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel. Every frame of his adaptation of Bakemonogatari is a marvel to look at. So much

Ever since the first volume, Blue Flag has been leading towards the truth behind Toma’s feelings for Taichi. In Volume Six, the truth finally came out, in what could be described as the worst possible way. Now after the incident

Even a mighty river has its calm places, where the water flows heavily yet quietly. That sort of imagery comes to mind when I listen to Caulbearers, a Manchester-based project created by musical Damien Mahoney. While the lyrical elements are

Ten years ago today, Canadian hardcore punk rock band Fucked Up unleashed their third album David Comes To Life. Not only would this album be considered our pick for best album of 2011, but would take the top spot of the greatest

It was back in 1997 when I first became acquainted with the Oddworld universe. The opening cinematic of Abe’s Odyssey was broadcast as part of MTV’s Cartoon Sushi, alongside a stick-figured reimagining of the Psycho trailer and a precursor to the

I hate to sound like a broken record, but light-novelists need to stop giving their series long-assed titles! It takes zero effort for someone to pick up a book and turn it over to read its synopsis. There is no