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For awhile, I had a feeling Mash Burnedead was holding back his true potential. Turns out I was right on the money, with him unlocking his weighted cuffs in the previous volume of Mashle: Magic and Muscles. Now with his

Mission: Yozakura Family has gone to great lengths to show how much Taiyo has grown as a spy in its first four volumes. But when it comes to his marriage to Mutsumi, there’s only been a sprinkling of romantic progress

I wasn’t too sure what to expect from Choujin X, the latest series from Tokyo Ghoul creator Sui Ishida. However, its first volume took me by surprise, with its impressive action, good comedy, and dark undertones. Volume Two continues with

It’s been a very long time since I’ve read a rom-com manga as original and refreshing as Love’s In Sight! Volume One showcased a great deal of care when it came to Yukiko’s disability, while also delivering great laughs and

Maruo Kaido may not have the smarts, but he’s got the tenacity and bravery of a solid Shonen Jump hero. He already proved that in the first volume of Ayashimon, the latest series from Hell’s Paradise creator Yuji Kaku. However,

It’s been a hell of a ride watching Senku and the Kingdom of Science attempting to revive all of humanity. From the very moment Taiju awoke from his stone prison and the events of the Stone Wars, all the way

Who do you root for if the one against your kind is a people’s champion, and the one on your side is a psychopath? It’s a conundrum that comes to mind when reading the sixth and seventh volumes of Record

If Tomie is Junji Ito at his most creepy and unsettling, then Soichi is him at his most zany. The grade-schooler with a unique nail-biting habit is always causing mischief upon family and classmates. However, he’s no Dennis the Menace

There’s a point where a vigilante transforms into the hero they aspire to be. Volume Fourteen of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes brings that moment to The Crawler, who is in the midst of fighting No. 6. On top of protecting

Life is about taking chances. Whether big or small, we put something at risk in order to achieve the things we want. Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead is all about taking the biggest chances, as Akira and the