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When We Never Learn first started being published in the US in 2018, I honestly thought it wasn’t anything special. Sure, it was nicely-drawn and it had some good characters, but its first volume wasn’t at all groundbreaking. But there

Comedy is subjective. What might be funny to some won’t be funny to others. I’ve experienced this plenty of times with anime, as Japanese humor can sometimes go over my head. Thankfully, when an anime takes a cue from classic

When people call Osamu Tezuka the God of Manga, it’s not just a clever nickname. In actuality, the man behind Astro Boy and Dororo was responsible for the creation of all kinds of genres and sub-genres in the medium. On

They're loud, annoying, and very annoying! Which is which? We don't know! But the Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime Herald, Anime-Zing Radio, Honey's Anime, and Looper sit down with the LAVA trio of Ray Chase, Robbie Daymond, and Max Mittelman at

I don’t know why, but games where you play as monsters destroying cities aren’t executed well. It shouldn’t be rocket science to make a game where you play as a behemoth and wreck everything around you. Yet from the PS3’s

It appears that I was in the minority regarding Chainsaw Man’s ninth volume. What else could I say? After reading through what I felt was a rushed job regarding the Gun Devil’s arrival, Makima’s true nature, and Aki’s untimely demise,

We're one episode away from the big 3-0-0, but King Baby Duck reveals that it might be slightly delayed. Fortunately, that's something future KBD has to worry about! This week, he talks about his experience at the new Boston music

Hello, Mr. Duck. Your mission — should you choose to accept it — is to analyze the anime adaptation of Spy × Family. Seeing as your knowledge of Tatsuya Endo’s manga series is impeccable, we saw you as the best

It’s one thing to stand out in class; it’s a whole nother level to find yourself lacking any presence at all. This is what happens all the time to Shiraishi, the main character in Nene Yokimuri’s Kubo Won’t Let Me

It’s amazing that we got a Fruits Basket reboot in the first place. Natsuki Takaya’s shojo manga has been considered a classic by many, and its original anime adaptation in 2001 was lauded for its storytelling and characters. But hopes