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Imagine how hard it would be to keep a career secret from your children. What sort of stunts and tricks would one pull to keep your work in the dark, all for the sake of not scarring your loved ones.

How does one sum up the charming appeal of Kosuke Oono’s The Way of the Househusband? In order to do that, one must see what its main character Tatsu looks like, how he acts, and the level of heart that he

Peculiar friendships can arise from common interests. Hobbies, activities, and entertainment can bring people together in the most unique ways. Even with massive age gaps, something special can be forged with enough dialogue and the want to make a connection.

Have you heard the rumors at school? They say that in the girls’ restroom on the third floor resides a spirit. If you walk up to the third stall, knock three times, and repeat the name “Hanako-san” thrice, the spirit

World-building can sometimes take awhile to fully showcase what a shonen manga has to offer. In the case of Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen, there’s a problem that comes in the form of adding too much to an already full setting.

Why do light novel titles (and their manga adaptations) have to have such long titles? I’ve been told in the past that authors like doing this because it gives everyone glancing at the front cover the gist of what it’s

At first glance, Kaito’s Blue Flag looks like your average romance manga. But as you dive deeper into it, the more charming elements start to peer its head. After checking off the boxes of what makes a good love story,

A good comedy never forgets that it’s okay to be ridiculous once in awhile. Whether it’s in comics, movies, TV, or any form of entertainment, funny for the sake of funny always manages to be a terrific golden standard. It’s

In most magical girl anime, the heroines become as tightly knit as a family. They bear responsibilities, fight epic battles, and confide in ways that make their friendships go one step further. So it’s somewhat surprising that the concept of

To follow up an iconic series with something new puts pressure on even the most well-respected of creators. Perhaps this is why Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto wished to try his hand a little something different for his next series. Where