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I will admit that I was getting a little worried about Dr. STONE after its thirteenth volume. While it was good, it lacked the smarts that has made Riichiro Inagaki and BOICHI’s work the unique series in the Shonen Jump

Shuzo Oshimi is a master of traumatic horror. It’s the kind of terror that showcases the psychological scarring that can be placed upon an individual. The inability to speak, the trouble with getting your thoughts together, and the feeling of

It should be known that Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru was forced to cut its narrative short. Writer Masashi Kishimoto and his artist Akira Okubo had hoped to tell the story within 10-15 volumes of manga, only for it

Even the crazy times have to come to an end. After three years of being published in America, Hikaru Nakamura’s Arakawa Under the Bridge bids farewell with its eighth volume (technically fifteenth, seeing as Vertical Comics published two volumes in

It’s been the question running through everyone’s mind since BEASTARS began: who killed Tem? The murder was the first domino to fall at Cherryton Academy, with tension and fear dripping through the campus halls. Finally, after years of waiting, Legoshi’s

How can anyone resist that snarky smile that’s placed on the face of the titular character of Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro? Despite her bully-ish mannerisms, behind that smile is a caring and sweet gal waiting for her Senpai

My Hero Academia knows how to balance deep drama, great action, and some light comedy. Its spinoff Vigilantes also does a good job with this, but brings it more into a grittier setting. But in its eighth volume, My Hero

Although Kenjiro Hata's latest series Fly Me To The Moon started off more on the cuter things in life, the second volume is where his trademark sense of humor finally takes over. Said trademark is in the way he relishes over throwing

Blue Flag isn’t just about who we want to love; it’s about what we want in life. The struggles of Toma, Taichi, and Futaba demonstrate the angst that every teenager goes through. How the world tries to push the youth

My eyes may have been reading a manga, but the fifth volume of Oh!Great’s Bakemonogatari adaptation made my brain feel like I was reading a college thesis on Johann Georg Faust. The German alchemist was the inspiration for the various