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Vampires, Sailor Senshi, and a deep look into two iconic franchises arrive this November from VIZ Media! Check out below to see what they have in store: Castlevania Season 2 (Available November 5th) Blu-ray MSRP: $29.98 U.S. / $34.99 CAN · DVD

“Somewhere out there, there’s a gun lobbyist getting hot and heavy with a tobacco lobbyist over this.” That’s the PG-rated version of what ran through my brain when I first saw Juzo Inui, the pistol-headed chain-smoking hero of Tasuku Karasuma’s manga

Calling the feeling “surprised” is a big understatement when I was first introduced to Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS. What looked like another story about anthropomorphic characters co-existing with one another instead has taken the route of a deep humanistic drama. With

Rarely have I come across a manga series that has my heart aching as a relaxing sigh lets out of my lungs. Jun Mayuzuki is a marvel at delivering many emotions in her works, especially when it comes to After

If one wants to experience a roller coaster ride of storytelling, then look no further than NISIOISIN’s Monogatari series. Filled with darkness, humor, lovable & unlikable characters, and some brain-bashing plot twists, the original light novel series is one that’s

Can a bad man leave his shady past behind for a life with a beloved? In some cases, yakuza and mafia stories tend to balance between one’s immediate family and the crime family. But has there ever been a tale

In the past, Tony Valente snuck in some modern-day issues within the fantasy realm of RADIANT. With its seventh volume, the problems of today are shoved right into the face of its readers, with no sugar-coating whatsoever. The biggest surprise:

Lovesick nurses, monsters invading grade school, and the continuing adventures of a ninja village leader's son is what dropping like autumn leaves this October from Viz Media! View the list below to see what they have coming our way: An Incurable

Have you ever had a sinking feeling that a story was going to go down a very bad route? Since I started reading Hitomi Takano’s My Boy, I kept getting this cringe-inducing sensation deep down in my gut. Throughout its

Every time I open up a volume of Dr. STONE, I know that I’m bound to be surprised by one thing or another. Its usage of science, action, and humor has made Riichiro Inagaki and Boiichi’s work one of the