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December 2022

Since 2019, Kaguya-sama: Love is War has taken the anime rom-com world by storm. In fact, one could easily argue that each season brought a new standard to the genre in ways nobody could’ve imagined. This December, audiences will get

When you think of anime pedestals, Trigun is certainly one show that stands high amongst the greats. The 1998 series is filled with action, comedy, and surprising drama. So it came as a big surprise when it was announced that

Laid-Back Camp is the perfect comfort food. Whether you read Afro’s original manga, watch its two anime seasons, or play any of the VR games, the bivouac adventures of Rin, Nadeshiko, and the rest of the camping club deliver plenty

The Wickies are coming back, and you can choose the nominations! But first, on this week's No Borders No Race, King Baby Duck talks about his experience at Anime NYC 2022. A show about death makes a mark on Broadway,

The Fall 2022 anime season has given us plenty of action-packed bangers, but no one could’ve predicted how both adorable and hardcore HIDIVE’s Reincarnated as a Sword would be. Shishou and Fran’s adventures have been filled with warmth, cuteness, and

If you can run & hide to live another day, it’s best to do so. That felt like the main gist of The Elusive Samurai, the newest series from Assassination Classroom creator Yusei Matsui. But in retrospect, perhaps it’s best

Even before its anime premiere, Spy × Family was already the talk of the shonen manga realm. Tatsuya Endo’s story of agent Twilight creating a fake family to take down a threat to the nation was filled with high-octane action,

Frenchy and the Punk don't play riffs; they flick twangs! The post-punk duo has shared the stage with the likes The World/Inferno Friendship Society, Dinosaur, Jr., Rasputina. (Hell, the Dresden Dolls's Brian Viglione has even been their drummer for some

It is said that a carnivore is most dangerous when they’re hungry. Such a belief is what pushes Legoshi is go to extra lengths to train for his battle with Melon. But as we see in the twentieth volume of

Well how about that? Who would’ve guessed that Nazuna had a deep connection to the vampire hunter Anko? Apparently, her reasons for killing bloodsuckers are pretty understandable, as the ninth volume of Call of the Night showcases more of her