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November 2023

There are times when you just need some good stupid comedy. Yes, the art of the joke can deliver some intelligence, but high-leveled stupidity is something that requires real talent. After all, if a joke is too stupid, it might

You have every right to stare at an alien. In a world filled with humans, it’s easy to be captivated by something that’s otherworldly. But what happens if an alien overstays their welcome due to a lack of societal contributions?

Great talent and power is needed to recreate a classic song in one's own image. The Austin-based duo The Caughtery have done just that with their rendition of the iconic Led Zeppelin track "The Rain Song". Mixed by Tim Palmer

It sometimes takes awhile for a manga creator to find their voice. In the case of Tatsuya Endo, he found his visual style early in his debut work TISTA. However, it wasn’t without its share of flaws, especially when it

It’s weird calling Call of the Night exciting. What was once a laid-back lo-fi vampire rom-com has evolved into an adrenaline-pumping thrill fest. We can thank Ko Yagami and his recent half-vampire transformation for this, as his skills have certainly

Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End is just about that. After a ten-year journey, a band of heroes have slain the Demon King, bringing about peace in the world. Many of the heroes can rest on their laurels, living with the ease

Badass fights? Check. Cool one-liners? Check. Wild disguises? Double check. A guy hoping to live out some shonen manga high school fantasy, only to be disappointed that he’s tougher than any bully? Oh yeah, Volume Nine of Sakamoto Days has

The Duck Amuck in Japan crew welcomes {abstract:japan}'s Tyler Abstract, as King Baby Duck talks about his visits to Hibiya and Shimokitazawa. But for the main focus of the show, the guys look back at their favorite karaoke memories. Hear

If you had told me that one of the most exciting action manga of the last few years would be poultry-themed, I would’ve sent you to the loony bin! But here we are with Shu Sakuratani’s Rooster Fighter, a series

I thought The Way of the Househusband had lost its luster. Its last two volumes showcased a drop in the quality of its stories and comedy. However, the Immortal Dragon has somehow become a phoenix, rising from its own ashes