Comics/Manga

MANGA REVIEW | "My Hero Academia: Vigilantes" - Volume Seven

My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is all about the underdogs. The story of The Crawler, Pop Step, and Knuckleduster places a...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Toilet-bound Hanako-kun" - Volume Three

Even someone as seemingly lighthearted as the titular character Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun has secrets of his own. It was only a...

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MANGA REVIEW | "We Never Learn" - Volume Ten

We Never Learn has a fine balance of laugh-out-loud comedy and heartfelt character development. In one instance, you’d be laughing...

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ANIME REVIEW | Rekindled Passions Appear "After the Rain"

Jun Mayuzuki’s After the Rain is one of the finest examples of seinen manga anyone could read. (And yes, I...

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MANGA REVIEW | "A Witch’s Printing Office" - Volume Two

The world of magic and wizardry is a vast place, so naturally its written word would be just as expanding....

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MANGA REVIEW | "Spy × Family" - Volume One

Which is more dangerous: attempting to assassinate a world leader while keeping your tracks covered, or trying to raise a...

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COMIC REVIEW | "Nightschool" - Volume One (Collector’s Edition)

Released a decade ago, Svetlana Chmakova’s Nightschool was considered an in-between gateway comic to the world of Japanese manga. Borrowing...

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MANGA REVIEW | "How Do We Relationship?" - Volume One

“Why do romances end when they decide to start dating?!” This question popped into the head of manga writer Tamifull,...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Toilet-bound Hanako-kun" - Volume Two

AidaIro’s Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun has some of the most original and eye-popping visuals I’ve seen in any recent manga. It’s one...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Six

BEASTARS tells more about the human condition than most stories about actual humans. The way our societies are split into...

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