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It was hard not spoiling the joke in the premiere volume of Hard-Boiled Cop and Dolphin. Even though said gag played a big role in the narrative overall, Ryuhei Tamura’s latest concoction was too good not to simply tell. The

I did not know what to expect when I first came across Crazy Food Truck, the latest manga from Unlimited Psychic Squad artist Rokurou Ogaki. At first, it would appear to be a slow burn kind of tale, with a

The pen is mightier than the sword. With Anno Un — the author of Fuuko’s favorite manga — now joining the Undead Unluck ranks, it brings a different level of meta writing. A manga author out to help protect the

When you think of Akira Tendo of Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead, you think “Everyman”. He is one of the finest representations of the average person in a zombified world since Simon Pegg was Shaun. The choices he

So wait, you’re telling me that the latest volume of Spy × Family isn’t all about Anya? Joking aside, it’s easy to see why the daughter is the glue of both the mission and the family. Her mannerisms, thought processes, and

It began with mysterious hand popping through the ground. Any curious party would grab hold of it to see what would happen. Sadly, that hand had plenty of danger in its palms, as it pulled in Zen and his entire

Ah, the great outdoors. There’s nothing like fresh mountain air, clean roaring rivers, and star-studded skies to take in the full appreciation of Mother Nature. No, this isn’t another glowing review of Laid-Back Camp (which everyone and their grandmother should

As a native of Salem, Massachusetts, the tales of witches have surrounded me almost since the day I was born. From the real stories of the Witch Trials to things of fiction like Hocus Pocus, witches have been prevalent in

Kei Sanbe has a good knack for delivering solid mysteries with supernatural twists. His previous series Erased showcased his strengths as a writer and artist, on top of bringing for complex characters that shined throughout the series. Sanbe returns with

Nothing worries me more than when a fight is dragged out longer than it should. This feeling has taken residence in my mind whenever I read any current volume of Jujutsu Kaisen. “The Shibuya Incident” arc has had some visually-stunning