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Before we start our latest review of Mashle: Magic and Muscles, how’s about we prep a quick muscle shake? Ah, that’s some good drinking! Anyways, last time we left Mash Burnedead, he was in the midst of protecting Finn from being

Senpai’s grown quite the pair, hasn’t he? In the last couple of volumes of Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro, we’ve seen the scruffy-haired student embracing a new lease on life. He’s switched to contact lenses, taken up more judo,

With echoes of Celtic Wiccan magic, Ronan Conroy gives even the dead a reason to dance. His upcoming album The Slow Death of the LoveMyth (in stores October 21) blows in like a cold wind itching to get warm by

Wakame Konbu knows how to show heart in even the silliest of things. In her work The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!, we saw the adventures of a former Dark Realm ruler lose their power, revert to a small

Some of the more fun rom-coms involve big misunderstandings. They can be misread cues, or perhaps the usage of a word or phrase that has multiple meanings. For the duo in Miss Miyazen Would Love to Get Closer to You,

Oof. Can that just be the review? No? Sigh, okay then. I feel like longtime fans of Satoshi Mizukami can’t catch a break. His works — despite being critically acclaimed — have never been adapted in anime form, with the 2005-2010 manga

Everybody gets jealous, even those who are as cool as a cucumber. Despite looking like nothing troubles her, Tsukasa does have her fair share of insecurities. With Nasa now working at an all-girls school, her pining for her husband becomes

King Baby Duck realizes that there are many more stories about his Japan trip he never told, but decides to wait another day to reveal more. After all, there's a lot to talk about when Wicked Anime's Security Guy Greg

For over forty years, the Gundam franchise has showcased the art and brilliance of mechs in combat. And it all began in 1979 with Mobile Suit Gundam, the show that would launch multiple spinoffs, toys, video games, and model kits.

To be a hero, one must be strong, fearless, and determined. In short: you can’t be a chicken. That’s what I used to think, until Shū Sakuratani’s Rooster Fighter entered my life. How does one explain a premise that’s so