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There’s always a dreamscape vibe when it comes to Aki Irie’s works. Perhaps this is part of the reason why she chose Iceland as the setting for her manga series Go With The Clouds, North-By-Northwest. The pristine lands, the people,

There are times where I wonder what a shojo manga writer has to do to stand out these days. Yes, there are your Ouran High School Host Clubs and your Fruits Baskets that are filled with originality. However I cannot

For a manga series that tries to promote proper means of dealing with conflict, the last thing I would’ve expected from Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World was a tournament arc. Yet here we are, with the titular character wrapping themselves

After announcing the next anime convention he'll be at, King Baby Duck laments at the loss of the wonderful Cartoon Network series OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes. A nostalgic vibe hits our host's head, as he looks at the new

Nariyuki has a lot on his plate in We Never Learn. Not only does he have to tutor three students in order to get into his college of choice, but they’re all seemingly got the hots for him. Fortunately, author

Even before her debut in the West, the titular character of Komi Can’t Communicate had already gained a massive following. It’s fortunate that its first volume not only wound up being enjoyable, but also relatable for those who have poor

First, it was about reinvigorating life. Then, it was taking the task of crafting weaponry. Medicine shortly followed, pushing Senku and the gang closer to the modern age. With science in their arsenal, the cast of Dr. STONE crawl closer

Cyborg soldiers, arena fighters, and a ton of Pokémon films are heading our way this September from Viz Media! Check out the list below to see what we have in store from them: Assassination Classroom Complete Box Set by Yusei Matsui

There’s a time to throw down, and a time to explain. What I appreciate about manga author Tsuyoshi Takaki is that he knows just how to get to the good stuff, as well as when it’s time for a little

Going from the countryside to the big city can be quite jarring. Just ask Susume Yosano, the main focus in Mika Yamamori’s manga series Daytime Shooting Star. As her simple life is tossed aside for a new start in Tokyo,