January 2022

Very rarely have I found myself speechless after reading a manga. And yet, Hard-Boiled Cop and Dolphin — the latest series from Belezebub creator Ryuhei Tamura — has done exactly that. For the first time in a really long time,

With 2021 wrapping up, a plethora of returning favorites found themselves making waves in the anime realm. From Tanjiro to Jigen, the familiar faces made their presence heard, sending a surprising amount of shockwaves throughout the fanbase. But which returning

One of the things I like most about Kanna’s Daily Life is the way the series showcases the world of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid through a child’s eyes. There’s still that level of silliness to be expected, but there’s a

How does one describe Rakugo? The Japanese performance art is a mixture of many things. It has elements of stand-up comedy and storytelling, all with a keen sense of showmanship. You don’t just listen to the performer; you’re dragged into

It's the first normal No Borders No Race of 2022, as King Baby Duck talks about the challenges of making the Best-Of-2021 episodes! John Cena is seen and heard in the new HBO Max series Peacemaker, and things foul &

Even during the end of the world, people still need to take a break. Whether it’s a trip to a fancy restaurant, a dip in the hot springs, or a visit to the countryside, any person experiencing dire situations deserves

For decades, the battle between SNK and Capcom over who makes the best fighting games has been argued by many in the fandom. And that argument has even gotten the two companies together for some fighting collaborations, be it in

I enjoy being catered to. Who doesn’t? The BL genre, to my endless delight, does that for me to the nth degree. No matter the type of story I’m in the mood for - be that historical drama, or modern

It’s pretty surprising that there aren’t a lot of traditional musicals in anime. While idol shows have their extravagant numbers and the like, the music itself doesn’t normally match with the narrative that’s happening. Perhaps this is why Sing a

Sometimes there's beauty to be found even in the foggiest of areas. Brighton's Collect Call embraces that cloudiness with their mellow music and Thom Yorke-like vocals. The solo project of producer Joseph Thorpe, Collect Call puts the "chill" in the