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As spinoffs go, Kanna's Daily Life doesn't tread the same road as Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid. Instead, it focuses on its own path, bringing together another perspective of the same world from a different character alongside some refreshing stories. Perhaps

Taishi Tsutsui's We Never Learn took some time to get its gears turning. The story of a poor genius and the three students he must tutor to place in his college of choice had some rough patches in its first

I remember many a tale of the infamous Dragon Half back in college. While watching the insane two-episode OVA in anime club, there were rumors spread that the show was cancelled due to "everyone in production being on drugs". (Actually,

After a plethora of announcements and shoutouts, King Baby Duck dusts off his soapbox as he talks about a recent Twitter spat he had with The IT Crowd creator Graham Linehan. Bill Maher gets into more hot water over his

Every time I turn the page in a Dr. STONE volume, my hands shake with excitement. The story of Senku, Taiju, and Yuzuriha setting out to bring back the human race from extinction has constantly given its readers many a

I will firmly admit that most people would have a hard time with Hikaru Nakamura's Arakawa Under the Bridge. With its foray of crazy characters and situations, the gag manga never slows itself down to fully appreciate the world that

Tony Valente's RADIANT can be a mixed bag at times. On one hand, it's beautifully drawn and it has a collection of likable heroes and very hate-filled villains. However, one cannot ignore some of its dragging exposition, something that made reading

There’s a nitty-grittiness to My Hero Academia: Vigilantes that isn’t found in the main series. Like a blend of Kohei Horikoshi’s original story with the style & humor of the works of Frank Miller and Mike Mignola, this tale of The Crawler,

Nemu Yoko's The Delinquent Housewife! took some time to get its bearings. While its first volume took many of its pages to build up its world, the second volume managed to add more meat to the characters and their personalities. So now with

Ask any longtime anime and manga fan about the rise of the tsundere character, and most of them would point out Urusei Yatsura bombshell Lum as its starting point. Rumiko Takahashi's story of the unlucky (and perverted) Ataru and his run-in