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Within Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia is the opportunity to shine a light on the unsung men & women of justice. Hideyuki Furuhashi has kept to the spirit of Deku & All Might’s mantras with his take on the unlicensed

WARNING: While the following article is safe-for-work, the manga discussed is unsuitable for readers under the age of 18. It truly was a treat to get my hands on Candy Color Paradox by Isaku Natsume, a mangaka I hold in very high regard.

From Fullmetal Alchemist to Attack on Titan, almost every popular shonen manga franchise has been given its own parody series. So it seems natural that the iconic My Hero Academia would be given such a spinoff, in the form of

Can a manga with a very confusing plot still find a way to be a good read? I found myself asking this question as I turned the final page of the massive Master Edition of Knights of Sidonia’s second volume.

For the first time in her long career, Ouran High School Host Club creator Bisco Hatori stepped foot into American territory. The popular shojo manga writer made her U.S. debut appearance at this year’s Anime Expo, with VIZ Media sharing

If anyone was to look at the cover of Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS, a plethora of scenarios would possibly rush through their heads. The anthropomorphic wolf that plasters the front of Volume One will make some think of a modern take

There’s a tone that Jun Mayuzuki gets right when it comes to her manga After the Rain. It’s hard to fully describe, but the way she shapes both Kondo and Akira as both people and as a connection to each

There’s a right way and a wrong way to explain a manga’s universe. The right way is to let actions overtake long-winded explanations; the wrong way is, as you can guess, for stretched conversations to slow down the progression of

After three volumes of back-and-forth shenanigans, We Never Learn is finally diving deeper into the more romantic aspects of its characters. While Nariyuki has his fair pick of special girls to choose from, it’s somewhat obvious which in his study

In Japan, the gay & lesbian community isn’t as accepted as other parts of the world. Despite the plethora of entertainment churned out with LGBT-based themes, how real people are treated and presented isn’t exactly in the best light. Yes,