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All of the little pieces of evidence are starting to come together in Moriarty the Patriot. While it’s no secret to us that William James Moriarty is the Lord of Crime, Sherlock Holmes is still hypothesizing on his involvement. Yet

To get over an ex, some turn to fun activities or -- in worse cases -- hit the sauce too hard. Not Mieri Hiranishi, who took her heartache and transformed it into her debut manga The Girl That Can't Get

There is no entertainment profession that’s as challenging as being a comedian. With comedy being a subjective thing, making the entire world laugh is easier said than done. It’s a craft that’s taken years for people like Jim Jefferies, Ali

I often find myself admiring what Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? has accomplished. On top of it being a solid LGBTQ+ manga series, it also gets what adult dating is like these days. Sometimes it goes well, and other times

Twelve years have gone by since Fukushima experienced one of the biggest earthquakes on record. A magnitude of 9.0, the prefecture took on one massive aftershock after another. And then, a tsunami that towered at 130 feet crashed in, wiping

Well I have to hand it to Undead Unluck. Ten volumes in, and it still manages to deliver quite a bountiful of surprises. On top of its narrative becoming a lot stronger, its action has become truly S-tier both in

I’ll be frank: the dating scene in this current world of ours pretty much sucks. The struggles of finding a match, a connection, just about anything to heal a lonely heart is not just challenging, but sometimes feels nigh impossible.

Although the first volume of Dandadan showcased a lot of potential, my biggest complaint with Yukinobu Tatsu’s manga was that it tried to pack in too much too early. Now that it’s had the opportunity to stretch out for a

It’s been three and-a-half years since I began my journey with Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS. During that time, I came to fall in love with the world that the likes of Legoshi, Haru, and Louis resided in, even with its darker

Romantic Killer may have come out of nowhere, but it’s easily shot up to one of my most anticipated reads. Its first volume showcased a plethora of jabs and uppercuts at a genre that desperately needs to take a long