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There’s a science to comedy. It’s not just about getting on stage and telling jokes; you also got to test the air and the waters that engulf it. Depending on the audience, a great joke can sometimes fall on its

Even if you have a perfect strategy ready to go, one single piece of info can cause you to toss it aside and think of a new one. As Hojo Tokiyuki aims to reclaim Kamakura, he must be careful with

Ah, the class field trip. It’s a staple of all school-based manga and anime. And no one is more excited about the trip than the duo of Kubo and Shiraishi. Of course, both have completely different reasons to feel excited.

Time and time again, Fist of the North Star has proven how violence can be art. Although its anime adaptations have had their fair shares of rough spots, the original manga by Tetsuo Hara and Buronson has continuously showcased the

Describing Undead Unluck as “an emotional roller coaster” was never something I thought I'd utter. Yet here I am, finishing up with the eleventh volume of Yoshifumi Tozuka’s series, and that is the only phrase I can conjure up. Adrenaline,

I’ll say this about Kaiju No. 8: it knows how to keep the adrenaline pumping! While many long shonen battles can cause plenty of fatigue (looking at you, Jujutsu Kaisen!), Naoya Matsumoto figured out how to keep this current battle

There’s good news and bad news that comes with the eleventh volume of Moriarty the Patriot. The bad news is that the manga’s namesake doesn’t show up in the story, nor do any of his comrades. However, the good news

The crazier Dandadan gets, the more I suspect that Tatsuki Fujimoto greatly influenced Yukinobu Tatsu’s mindset. After all, Tatsu did learn under his wing when working on both Fire Punch and Chainsaw Man. So it should come as no surprise

WARNING: The following manga contains references to suicide. If you or someone you know has suicidal thoughts or feelings, you are not alone, and there is free, 24/7 help. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline offers specific resources and confidential support for

It’s interesting reading manga from famous writers before they made their big hit. Sometimes it gives hints of their future greatness, like when looking through the early works of Osamu Tezuka and Go Nagai. However, sometimes a manga writer has