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Calling the feeling “surprised” is a big understatement when I was first introduced to Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS. What looked like another story about anthropomorphic characters co-existing with one another instead has taken the route of a deep humanistic drama. With

Rarely have I come across a manga series that has my heart aching as a relaxing sigh lets out of my lungs. Jun Mayuzuki is a marvel at delivering many emotions in her works, especially when it comes to After

If one wants to experience a roller coaster ride of storytelling, then look no further than NISIOISIN’s Monogatari series. Filled with darkness, humor, lovable & unlikable characters, and some brain-bashing plot twists, the original light novel series is one that’s

Can a bad man leave his shady past behind for a life with a beloved? In some cases, yakuza and mafia stories tend to balance between one’s immediate family and the crime family. But has there ever been a tale

In the past, Tony Valente snuck in some modern-day issues within the fantasy realm of RADIANT. With its seventh volume, the problems of today are shoved right into the face of its readers, with no sugar-coating whatsoever. The biggest surprise:

Lovesick nurses, monsters invading grade school, and the continuing adventures of a ninja village leader's son is what dropping like autumn leaves this October from Viz Media! View the list below to see what they have coming our way: An Incurable

Have you ever had a sinking feeling that a story was going to go down a very bad route? Since I started reading Hitomi Takano’s My Boy, I kept getting this cringe-inducing sensation deep down in my gut. Throughout its

Every time I open up a volume of Dr. STONE, I know that I’m bound to be surprised by one thing or another. Its usage of science, action, and humor has made Riichiro Inagaki and Boiichi’s work one of the

One can only wish that friends in the past never change their ways. Those who seem like upstanding individuals at youth could instead rot like an old apple rather than blossom beautifully. This is what Tsugu Miikura finds out in

It’s always sad when a great manga series comes to a close, especially those that end a little bit too soon. I’m not exactly sure why Tsuyoshi Takaki’s Black Torch concluded, but perhaps the readership wasn’t that strong in Japan. A