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In the deepest parts of outer space, a message beams out from the stars. Who is it calling out to, and what is its purpose? Turns out, it just so happens to originate from Dublin via electronica artist Circuit3. Landing

Misunderstandings are a core concept of comedy. But the way they best work is when there isn’t a single person smart enough to correct it. Something that could easily be solved with a mere sentence could instead explode into a

As a native of Salem, Massachusetts, the tales of witches have surrounded me almost since the day I was born. From the real stories of the Witch Trials to things of fiction like Hocus Pocus, witches have been prevalent in

Before there was Early Access, there was “shareware”. Back in the 90s, Apogee Software made a name for themselves by selling the first part of a game for a couple of bucks, in hopes that it’d make you buy the

Kei Sanbe has a good knack for delivering solid mysteries with supernatural twists. His previous series Erased showcased his strengths as a writer and artist, on top of bringing for complex characters that shined throughout the series. Sanbe returns with

He's spoken about her since late 2019, and today she finally makes an appearance. King Baby Duck welcomes Cultural Exchange Initiative founder Mikiyo Hattori, who shares her story on how she created the organization. Plus, hear about CEI's collaborations with

Nothing worries me more than when a fight is dragged out longer than it should. This feeling has taken residence in my mind whenever I read any current volume of Jujutsu Kaisen. “The Shibuya Incident” arc has had some visually-stunning

When it comes to brutality and silliness, no one does it better than Lo Wang. Yes, the hero of the Shadow Warrior franchise may be a dick-talking smart-ass, but that’s part of his charm! Hell, I’d even go so far

Saying sorry over and over again can annoy people, but can it kill? Junji Ito brought this idea to life in his Yokai Kyoshitsu mini-series nearly a decade ago. Published here in the English realm as Dissolving Classroom, the short

Back in college, I was introduced to The Prince of Tennis via Toonami Jetstream. While the English voice acting was a little wooden, the tale of wonder boy Ryoma Echizen had me hooked to see how he’d reach the top