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Workplace romances can be tricky. There’s always the risk of awkwardness between your fellow coworkers, not to mention the risk of gossip. It’s these elements that make Reika, the focus of Kanae Sato’s Saving Sweets For After-Hours, hesitant to find
The world's in chaos, there's nonstop corruption, and we all need to do something about it. That about sums up The Great Leap Forward's new album Revolt Against An Age of Plenty, but that's still oversimplifying it. The side project
When it comes to the narrative of Jujutsu Kaisen, it has its ups and downs. However, it’s in the fights where the burning spirit of Gege Akutami’s series roars at its most fiercest. In its tenth volume, not only does