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There’s nothing quite as satisfying as seeing the ins and outs of a good mystery. Perhaps this is why I’ve taken a liking to Moriarty the Patriot, a unique twist on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s beloved Sherlock Holmes series where

Is it a bad sign when a game that looks more complicated in real-life than it does in parody form? Despite owning a miniature version of it for fourteen years, I have yet to figure out the proper rules on

Brainwashed former child actors? Mafia-themed children’s restaurants? A sentient Abe Lincoln statue?! It’s all in a day’s work for the greatest cop duo to grace the comics, video games, and TV: Sam & Max. Created by Steve Purcell, the dog

It takes a great manga to grab hold of their readers with every word and panel it presents. From the air of the scenery to the deep philosophies hidden in dialogue, an amazing story is one that has you in

Whether they be curses or aberrations, finding ways to break them are easier said than done. Sometimes, a great sacrifice needs to be made; other times, one has to dig deep in their soul and pull something fearful out of

The hardest part of any relationship is when the parents meet your significant other. There could be moments of judgement, teardowns of the things you love about your +1, and various other things that could add some bruises to your

Jujutsu Kaisen has grown to become one of the hottest shonen manga series of the last couple of years. It’s a no-brainer why it’s appealed to readers all over the globe, thanks to its great battles and fun characters. (Readers

Origin tales can give an eye-opening look into the mentality and personality of our protagonists. While Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World has shown our traveler’s past in some form, we’ve yet to see how XXXXX (named as such because not

It’s always interesting to see how a series’s path could’ve been had it gone a different direction. Before Gege Akutami put Jujutsu Kaisen in full throttle, he gave readers a sneak peek of its world with the four-chaptered mini-series Tokyo

With the Goodwill Event reaching an unfortunate end, Jujutsu Kaisen returns to its main focus: killing curses and finding fingers to swallow. But in the seventh volume — instead of Itadori — it’s Fushiguro that’s given more of a spotlight