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Even someone as seemingly lighthearted as the titular character Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun has secrets of his own. It was only a matter of time when they would start leaking out, with Nene and Kou seeking out the truth behind School Mystery

We Never Learn has a fine balance of laugh-out-loud comedy and heartfelt character development. In one instance, you’d be laughing your butt off at Nariyuki getting into mishaps with his students. But in the blink of an eye, you are

Jun Mayuzuki’s After the Rain is one of the finest examples of seinen manga anyone could read. (And yes, I know I mis-categorized it as “shoujo” in the past, so apologies!) The story of former track runner Akira Tachibana (Sayumi

The world of magic and wizardry is a vast place, so naturally its written word would be just as expanding. Mochinchi and Yasuhiro Miyama’s A Witch’s Printing Office showcases the mystique and hard work it takes to bring the written

Which is more dangerous: attempting to assassinate a world leader while keeping your tracks covered, or trying to raise a family? When you’re a spy, you know what sorts of dangers you may come across in the line of fire.

Released a decade ago, Svetlana Chmakova’s Nightschool was considered an in-between gateway comic to the world of Japanese manga. Borrowing visual styles and character development from the likes of CLAMP, Chmakova crafted a magical world that was as fun as

“Why do romances end when they decide to start dating?!” This question popped into the head of manga writer Tamifull, who was thinking of ideas of a lesbian rom-com one-shot. But as soon as they began to ponder the possibilities

AidaIro’s Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun has some of the most original and eye-popping visuals I’ve seen in any recent manga. It’s one that seems rough around the edges, but on closer inspection it is both smooth and brimming with personality on every

BEASTARS tells more about the human condition than most stories about actual humans. The way our societies are split into groups are very similar to the herbivore/carnivore split in Paru Itagaki’s series. Even when folks of different backgrounds and upbringings

Despite his popularity and critical acclaim, Oscar Wilde’s final days were filled with shame. As being openly gay was still frowned upon in his years, his love with other males was seen as scandalous and career-shattering. (He even went to