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When I was a kid, I fondly looked forward to when my class would get those Scholastic mini-catalogs. In these catalogs, classics like Goosebumps and Animorphs would often be paired up with kid-friendly light-novel tie-ins to such films as Ace

Consider it a good thing when other writers come in to aid with a main series' spinoff. Imagine the lack of sleep Kohei Horikoshi would have if it was only his hand that wrote & drew the entirety of My

Whenever I read a work by Aki Irie, there always seems to be a certain spark of magic that's present around me. Her series Ran and the Gray World has demonstrated such a fleeting feeling as I turn each page,

Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist may have had its serious moments, but it's when the Elric brothers went for a laugh where the series shined the most. Perhaps this is why Arakawa always ended each manga volume with some humorous four-panel

Jun Mayuzuki has this knack for capturing multiple forms of emotion, especially in their series After the Rain. Young love, thickheadedness, physical & emotional pain, and even having responsible mentalities are presented in such a beautiful and relatable way. Because

41 years ago, a new face in the manga realm emerged with her debut title. This series would spawn anime, movies, and a plethora of merchandise & video games; it would also become one of the most beloved series of

Despite his tactics to bring forth nonstop absurdity, Keiichi Arawi always manages to add a bit of humanism into his works. Yes, it can get very goofy in his current series CITY, but it's finding that level of relatable reflection

I was taken by surprise to that Nemu Yoko's The Delinquent Housewife! had reached its conclusion. A part of me thinks that it might've wrapped things up too soon, as there seemed to be quite a lot of open doors

In a world where even looking slightly different will get you the scorn of society, would you still be a champion for all? Does every person deserve saving, or only a select few? Whose side would you be on: the

Hitomi Takano's My Boy has left me feeling weird in places soon after reading each volume. The story of Satoko and her friendship with the young boy Mashuu has had me wondering what the author's true intentions have been with