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Double standards exist everywhere. People often deal with backlash that their opposites wouldn’t receive. This is very evident when it comes to gender norms and roles, as some folks tend to be weirded out when a person of one sex

Universal comedy can be a tough thing to master. A good gag that gets as big a laugh in Japan as it does in America can be few and far in-between. In some cases, one must be familiar with a

The spy game is not an easy one to play, no matter who you are in the player’s bracket. This has been very evident to Twilight, the master of disguise who has been chosen to take on a daunting task

Sometimes dreams can have a speed bump or two in its path towards achievement. I speak from experience regarding this, as many of my personal goals have taken years to achieve due to things beyond my control. In the latest

Pets are an amazing addition to anyone’s life. They bring you joy, comfort, and — in some instances — some extra first-world problem gripes. Hidekichi Matsumoto gets this being a canine and feline owner (as well as a tiny lizard),

Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? took me surprised when its first volume dropped. While there have been a lot of really good yuri stories I’ve read in the past, this was one of the first that had a coupling that

Many people want to achieve the ultimate goal in life. To some, that goal is perhaps to get married and have kids; other times, people wish for a prosperous job and a nice roof over their heads. Denji, the titular

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