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The possibilities have been endless when it comes to Kanna’s Daily Life, Mitsuhiro Kimura’s spinoff of coolkyousinnjya’s Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid. Placing focus on the smol dragon girl and her lovey-dovey friend Saikawa, the series has delivered an abundance of

I am beginning to suspect that Kaori Ozaki has a slight problem with pacing. Her recent work The Golden Sheep started out on a pretty good foot, with its characters in the midst of conflict and self-destruction. But after reading

Kunihiko Ikuhara is a storytelling madman. On the surface, his anime works like Yurikuma Arashi and Sarazanmai are zany nonsensical tales filled with weird imagery and sexual undertones. But then something comes along, pulls the rug right under the viewers,

The Boston Bastard Brigade, GamePress, MyAnimeList, All-Comic.com, The Organization of Anti-Social Geniuses, and Anime Herald sit down with renowned illustrator VOFAN at Anime NYC 2019! The man behind the Monogatari art style talks about the inspirations behind the characters, his love

It appears that Tony Valente is learning how to iron out the flaws in his storytelling techniques. Since its beginning, RADIANT has had its quality climb and dip with each volume. Sometimes it’s exciting and filled with deep character development;

Despite its more unique approach, Dr. STONE is a shonen manga series through and through. However, instead of showcasing one epic battle after another, the source of its excitement is its brains. Throughout its first seven volumes, it has taken

Imagine being pressured into becoming something you’re not. Despite your internal conflicts, the world around you forces you to transform into a person that’s the polar opposite of the real you. Think what it’d be like to be a shy

The more I read Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS, the more I realize how blurry the line is between human and animal instincts. Some crave blood and the limelight; others wish for quiet dignity and peace. Perhaps that’s the point that Itagaki

Reading the first volume of Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen is a lot like listening to the first track of a Fucked Up album. It starts off a bit slow, as it transports you towards a place of normalcy. Suddenly, in

Not everything in Kino’s Journey: The Beautiful World is painted with a grim color. Throughout Iruka Shiomiya’s adaptation of Keiichi Sigsawa’s original light novels, there are moments where Kino and their talking motorrad Hermes get a break from the chaotic