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There’s a nitty-grittiness to My Hero Academia: Vigilantes that isn’t found in the main series. Like a blend of Kohei Horikoshi’s original story with the style & humor of the works of Frank Miller and Mike Mignola, this tale of The Crawler,

Nemu Yoko's The Delinquent Housewife! took some time to get its bearings. While its first volume took many of its pages to build up its world, the second volume managed to add more meat to the characters and their personalities. So now with

Ask any longtime anime and manga fan about the rise of the tsundere character, and most of them would point out Urusei Yatsura bombshell Lum as its starting point. Rumiko Takahashi's story of the unlucky (and perverted) Ataru and his run-in

Manga is a beautiful art form, as it dives both into the realms of fantasy and reality in ways that are both imaginative and relatable. 2018’s new batch of manga titles in the U.S. were able to deliver on both

One could guess where Nakatani Nio wants to go with their yuri series Bloom Into You, even if it takes its subject matter more serious than others do. Its first volume built up a world and friendship between first-year Yuu

One has to admire what Bkub Okawa is aspiring to achieve. While Pop Team Epic is considered a "shit manga," that's exactly what Okawa's going for. The nonsensical is usually the best way to get a good laugh, as one

There's a certain magic that engulfs Jun Mayuzuki's After the Rain. The premise of a high schooler falling in love with her much older boss may turn off most readers, but how it's handled is something of a miracle. Its

The yuri genre can be kind of tricky to write for. While there have been many stories in the past that focus on lesbian love & relationships, actually getting the tone done is where it often stumbles. Sometimes it pushes it

The work of author Tsutomu Nihei is well-known by many manga fans, from his critically-acclaimed BLAME to the popular Knights of Sidonia. How he showcases action with a great blend of character development and emotion is almost unmatched in his

It's no wonder why the third volume of Keiichi Arawi's CITY was somewhat low-key; the creator of nichijou was plotting something truly epic in his massive universe. With the bountiful amount of characters that have appeared thus far (and trust