Comics/Manga

MANGA REVIEW | "Arakawa Under the Bridge" - Volume Three

It's impossible to ignore the zaniness that Hikaru Nakamura's Arakawa Under the Bridge delivers in each volume. However, also as...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Kyu-Juu-Roku

After being on hiatus for nearly two months, No Borders No Race is back! This week, King Baby Duck comes...

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MANGA REVIEW | Love Conquers All In "The Bride Was A Boy"

It was April of 2009 when my friend came out to me as transgendered. As a person who was treated...

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MANGA REVIEW | “Nameless Asterism” - Volume Two

Nameless Asterism took me by surprise when I first read it. What started as a strong love triangle between three...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Captain Harlock: Dimensional Voyage" - Volume One

If there was one guy that could compete with Osamu Tezuka in the art of world-building, it's Leiji Matsumoto. For...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Devilman Vs. Hades" - Volume One

When it comes to manga universes, only three creators have been able to intertwine their characters into various different stories:...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Moteki" - Volume One

There's a right way and a wrong way to present an entertaining series about unlikable characters. The good way is...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Imperfect Girl" - Volume 3

There are times where I can't find myself second-guessing where an author is taking its reader. Questioning how far a...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Sorry For My Familiar" - Volume One

The concept of humans being familiars isn't anything new, with series like The Familiar of Zero and Negima! showcasing the...

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MANGA REVIEW | “Nameless Asterism” - Volume One

Falling in love with a friend can be a complicated situation. It can cause tension, an overabundance of nervousness in...

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