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King Baby Duck rekindles his love for the web comic Swan Boy, whereas Mel Brooks's History of the World, Part Two shows why nostalgia can be both good and bad. Manual Cinema brings a new take on Frankenstein to the

When we’re young, dealing with new circumstances and surroundings can be a challenge. Sometimes it leads us to become accustomed to these new things; other times, it can make us question the whys and hows of this world of ours.

Is the Immortal Dragon really that invulnerable? It seems like after all of this time, the cracks of The Way of the Househusband are finally starting to show. What was once a highlight of the manga comedy realm feels like

I can be quite the sucker for alternate history stories. Although it’s good to be knowledgeable of the true goings-on of the past, there’s something intriguing when what-if scenarios are presented. Yusei Matsui has been doing this quite well with

“We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and

You know you have an enthralling manga volume on your hands when it takes less than half an hour to read through all 200 pages of it. That’s what happened with me when going through the fifth volume of Naoya

All of the little pieces of evidence are starting to come together in Moriarty the Patriot. While it’s no secret to us that William James Moriarty is the Lord of Crime, Sherlock Holmes is still hypothesizing on his involvement. Yet

To get over an ex, some turn to fun activities or -- in worse cases -- hit the sauce too hard. Not Mieri Hiranishi, who took her heartache and transformed it into her debut manga The Girl That Can't Get

There is no entertainment profession that’s as challenging as being a comedian. With comedy being a subjective thing, making the entire world laugh is easier said than done. It’s a craft that’s taken years for people like Jim Jefferies, Ali

I often find myself admiring what Tamifull’s How Do We Relationship? has accomplished. On top of it being a solid LGBTQ+ manga series, it also gets what adult dating is like these days. Sometimes it goes well, and other times