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Cuteness and comedy go hand-in-hand when you share your house with pets. My dog Lucy knows how to not only look adorable, but can also bring laughter with her pig-like snorting and crazy happy face. This aspect of pets is

One of the things I appreciate about Blue Flag is how grounded in reality it is. Granted, there are some cartoonish expressions and the like, but its narrative and story points feel genuine. Author KAITO has a knack for showcasing

I should’ve expected this from Shuzo Oshimi. After all, most of the women in The Flowers of Evil had their issues. So why did I think that after Seiichi’s Mommy was thwarted by him and Fukiishi, that things would turn

If there were a Nobel Prize for violence, Chainsaw Man would be a top contender. It has been years since I’ve seen a manga go so balls-to-the-wall with its gore and mayhem. Tatsuki Fujimoto does not hold back at all

There’s a lot to digest as you read Haru’s Curse, the English-language debut of manga writer Asuka Konishi. Its premise alone would make some people cringe, a feeling that would be understandable if what happens here happened in real life.

Having a long-running hit can be a blessing and a curse. On one hand, you get a lot of fans, can tell a full and complete story, and your name will go down as one of the greats of your

Every time I think I’m fully understanding Bakemonogatari, Nisioisin throws another chunk of confusing exposition into the mix. Perhaps it’s his way of screwing around with his audience, but sometimes it comes off as frustrating rather than funny. That frustration

The clock is ticking for Nariyuki and his study buddies in We Never Learn. A new year is dawning, which means finals and entrance exams are nearing the corner. In its fourteenth volume, that realization hits everyone, especially Ogata. But

Yasunobu Yamauchi’s the daily lives of high school boys has had a strange pattern. Sometimes it can be very funny, whereas other times the laughs make zero sense. (This can be attributed to the fact that Japanese-styled humor is hard

The daily grind can leave anyone dead inside. Waking up, going to work, coming home, and falling to sleep is no way to live. Sometimes it takes a wake-up call to realize that one’s life is wasting away as a