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March 2024

“Today’s otaku don’t know how good they have it,” thinks Megumi Sato, a forty-two year-old single mother and focus of Nico Nicholson’s My Lovesick Life as a ‘90s Otaku. And to be fair, she’s 100% right. During that time, admitting

Feeling hot and sweaty, Sun Atoms burns into listeners' brains plenty of desert-worthy mirages. Their latest single "Ceiling Tiles" zaps us into the stratosphere, with the destination set for the great unknown. It grooves, it shakes, and it plays with

It’s a hell of a good sign when reading through nearly 200 manga pages goes by in a breeze. After all, when it comes to action series, the fights absolutely should be fast-paced. In the case of Dandadan and its

In the years since their mothers declared they could beat Nirvana, Electric Eel Shock have accomplished a lot. Acclaimed records, nods from Bruce Dickinson & Mastodon, legendary shows at Roskilde and Bonnaroo, and countless tours all across the world have

There’s a warmth to Kanna’s Daily Life that can’t be found in the main Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid series. While Coolkyousinnjya’s series has a great sense of hilarity and sweetness, there’s a much friendly tone in Mitsuhiro Kimura’s spinoff. Volume

It's a whole lot of random on this week's Duck Amuck in Japan, with topics ranging from award shows and metal concerts to art galleries and cute gyarus! But first, King Baby Duck shares an incident that made him feel

Once again, I find myself asking the same question I did with the tenth volume of Fist of the North Star: Where do we go from here? Only this time, it’s with the fourteenth volume of Moriarty the Patriot. After

I honestly can’t remember the last time I was completely wowed by a volume of Jujutsu Kaisen. Looking back, the last time I gave this series a perfect score was Volume Ten in August 2021, right when “The Shibuya Incident”