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Before the Joestar Family learned about Stands, before Goku learned the Kamehameha, and even before Guts joined the Band of the Hawk, there was Fist of the North Star’s Kenshiro. Created by illustrator Tetsuro Hara and writer Buronson, the post-apocalyptic

Romance can be a dangerous game, especially when it’s placed within a crime syndicate. Love and violence can go hand-in-hand, creating a sort of beauty one would find in the most artistic of indie films. Perhaps that’s the route Nozomi

Despite what some may say, Nanashi’s Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro demonstrates a lot of wholesome character growth. Sure, there can be a lot of mean-spirited teasing and lewd antics, but Nagatoro and Senpai both showcase a wanting to

I remember adoring Acclaim’s Shadow Man on the Nintendo 64! It was to gaming how I looked at the MTV animated series The Maxx, as both demonstrated just how dark something can get in their respective medium. So when word

Even when dealing with the perversions of Nisioisin’s narrative, Oh!Great treats his story with as much care and detail as Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel. Every frame of his adaptation of Bakemonogatari is a marvel to look at. So much

Ever since the first volume, Blue Flag has been leading towards the truth behind Toma’s feelings for Taichi. In Volume Six, the truth finally came out, in what could be described as the worst possible way. Now after the incident

Strange things happen when you sleepwalk. Sometimes you’ll have conversations without remembering them, and in some instances you’ll even eat or make a meal. If you asked comedian Mike Birbiglia about his sleepwalking bouts, he’ll surely fill you in with

“I recently realized that in an era of human crises when we must believe in the power of science and intellect, Dr. STONE is an allegory about people saving humanity.” This quote from artist BOICHI serves as a great reminder

It's a mixture of happiness and sorrow on today's episode of No Borders No Race. On the joyful side, King Baby Duck congratulates The Linda Lindas on their huge break, and finds plenty to laugh at in the new Spongebob

All great adventures must end some day. In the case of Iruka Shiomiya’s manga adaptation of Keiichi Sigsawa’s Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World, that destination has been reached. After many highs and lows in the series, does Kino’s adventure end