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The debut volume of Tsuyoshi Takaki's Black Torch wowed me when it was first released, showcasing a fantastic smorgasbord of action, comedy, and very likable characters. Though some may compare it to Tite Kubo's Bleach in places, Takaki's work seemingly

Mamoru Hosoda's Summer Wars stands as a true game-changer for anime feature films. The 2009 movie delivered some of the most heartwarming, funny, and action-packed moments in the year it was released. It was a moment that cemented Hosoda as

When thinking of how Japan has recently adapted fairy tales, I often find myself looking unfavorably at this past winter's Maerchen Maedchen. Terrible animation aside, the way it paired modern schoolgirls with certain fairy tale characters had some potential that

This year's Another Anime Convention has come to pass, but we at the Boston Bastard Brigade were impressed with this year's attendees and their cosplaying skills. Not only did we see a good mix of genres being represented, but also

There is no greater power than science. It's because of science that tools, weapons, medicine, and even the creation and destruction of life itself has become common knowledge in today's society. Dr. STONE, the collaborative work between Eyeshield 21 creator

There's a level of enchantment that Aki Irie's Ran and the Gray World encompasses its audience with. The first work of Irie's to be published in America, the story comes off as a grown-up's answer to fables or bedtime stories.

I'll admit that Nemu Yoko's The Delinquent Housewife! had a subpar introduction, what with the way it presented its characters and hidden backstories. Sometimes it takes a bit for a plot to truly get going, even if its main focal points

BLAME! and Knights of Sidonia creator Tsutomu Nihei is unleashing a new kind of sci-fi horror for his fans, with the complete collection of Abara set to arrive from VIZ Media. Due out on December 18, Abara takes place in a

Cultures can clash from time-to-time, but with a little understanding and kindness the barriers of said upbringings can be smashed in perfect harmony. A great example of a manga that showcases this is Hikaru Nakamura's Saint Young Men, which literally

Within the isekai genre, there are many times where someone gets transported and transformed into another being. At times, they're turned into a creature like a slime monster or some lower-leveled monster; other occasions, their soul is placed into a