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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

In its own way, the country of Iceland is a character in Aki Irie’s Go With the Clouds, North-By-Northwest. The landscape, its temperatures, and even the homes & shops that are scattered across the way seem to tell many stories,

There are two things that author Kenjiro Hata does very well. The first thing is his ability to create incredibly cute characters, the kind that make you blush with melty sweetness running through your heart with just one glare of

I won’t lie: reviewing Volume Five of Jujutsu Kaisen was a tough one. The Kyoto Sister-School Goodwill Event was presented in such a way that made it challenging to write in words. To be blunt, it was a volume you

RADIANT has a world that just keeps expanding more and more. If I were to compare it with something else, it’d definitely be Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece, which has characters and realms that are just as vivid and brimming with

The comedic prowess of Keiichi Arawi’s CITY can be a tough nut to crack. Sometimes it delivers visual hilarity for all to enjoy; other times it’s apparent that Arawi is only speaking to his Japanese audience (something that made nichijou