Comics/Manga

MANGA REVIEW | "Jujutsu Kaisen" - Volume Seven

With the Goodwill Event reaching an unfortunate end, Jujutsu Kaisen returns to its main focus: killing curses and finding fingers...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Blue Flag" - Volume Five

Double standards exist everywhere. People often deal with backlash that their opposites wouldn’t receive. This is very evident when it...

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MANGA REVIEW | "the daily lives of high school boys" - Vol. 3

Universal comedy can be a tough thing to master. A good gag that gets as big a laugh in Japan...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Spy × Family" - Volume Three

The spy game is not an easy one to play, no matter who you are in the player’s bracket. This...

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MANGA REVIEW | "We Never Learn" - Volume Thirteen

Sometimes dreams can have a speed bump or two in its path towards achievement. I speak from experience regarding this,...

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MANGA REVIEW | "With a Dog AND a Cat, Every Day is Fun" - Vol. 2

Pets are an amazing addition to anyone’s life. They bring you joy, comfort, and — in some instances — some...

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

Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? took me surprised when its first volume dropped. While there have been a lot of...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Chainsaw Man" - Volume Two

Many people want to achieve the ultimate goal in life. To some, that goal is perhaps to get married and...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Dr. STONE" - Volume Fourteen

I will admit that I was getting a little worried about Dr. STONE after its thirteenth volume. While it was...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Blood on the Tracks" - Volume Three

Shuzo Oshimi is a master of traumatic horror. It’s the kind of terror that showcases the psychological scarring that can...

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