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Where the main Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid series focuses on the dynamic between the titular character & Tohru, Kanna’s Daily Life instead focuses on the sweetness and adorability that the smol dragon Kanna gives delivers throughout. For the most part,

When it comes to storytelling, it’s hard to rate French manga creator Tony Valente. Sometimes he’s capable of bringing out some imaginative fights and worlds, as well as a good chunk of humor with his characters. But other times, I

Aki Irie brings a visual style to manga that is simply spellbinding. Every page she draws is like one magical illusion after another, combining the styles of late 19th-century literature art with that of the likes of CLAMP (Cardcaptor Sakura,

Anime Expo is but a month away, and VIZ Media is bringing a couple of notable names along to make this year's event extra special! Famed manga creator Bisco Hatori has been announced as an official Guest of Honor at Anime

The level of sheer genius that both Riichiro Inagaki and BOICHI have reached with Dr. STONE has gone beyond any sort of expectations. In one instance, you’ll be cheering on Senku and the gang after every moment of scientific breakthrough;

The cult classic Akira has been in the news again as of late, especially with the announcement of director Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Thor: Ragnarok) helming the live-action remake for a 2021 release. Now, the mastermind

If there’s one thing Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World does a great job with, it’s showing why some ideas that look good on paper don’t exactly work well in execution. The tale of a lone traveler and their talking motorcycle

After settling into his new home, King Baby Duck plays some catching-up with the anime series Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World. The arthouse movie Fonotune: An Electric Fairytale is finally viewed by its Kickstarter backer, and the new

A plethora of big names, cult hits, and icons of anime and manga are raring to unleash their awesomeness thanks to VIZ Media! The likes of Sailor Moon, Goku, Pikachu, and even a new take on Ashita no Joe aim

Even after reading four volumes of Hitomi Takano’s My Boy, I still can’t quite figure out how I feel about its overall story. On one hand, the tale of Satoko’s guardian-like relationship towards the young kid Mashuu has its sweeter