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It’s hard to describe my love for what Kenjiro Hata has brought to the manga and anime world. His Hayate the Combat Butler still stands as one of my all-time favorite series, as it showcased many huge laughs and endearing

You ever see someone with a new look, and it instantly makes your eyebrows squint? Think of when a person dyes their hair a strange color, or perhaps grows a mustache or goatee, and it makes onlookers ask “Why?” This

Witches with poor track records have made interesting stories in the past, from the movie The Worst Witch to Studio TRIGGER’s anime Little Witch Academia. There’s plenty of story to pull from this sort of plot, but it can often

One of the last things I would’ve expected to see in Dr. STONE is the science of beautification. But when it comes time to infiltrate the mysterious Treasure Island, it’s up to the art of gorgeousness to get the plan

I’m what you would call the line between being a cat person or a dog person. All my life, I spent ogling at my friends’ and neighbors’ furry friends, wanting to play with them all the time until they got

Don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro is a joy to read, with every page showcasing a perfect mixture of cuteness and hilarity. The chemistry between Nagatoro and Senpai may start off in a bully-ish manner, but it always ends with

The concept of people gaining the ability to grow big has been showcased in many comic books and b-movies, not to mention the plethora of cartoons that have done this idea before. GANTZ creator Hiroya Oku has decided the manga

Sometimes the perfect family doesn’t form naturally. It can be a tactical thing, where the precise sorts of people can come together and mesh into the vision of happiness and bonding. The Forger Family is a prime example of a

Would you trust this man to read your kids a story? You have to hand it to Kosuke Oono. He’s taken an incredibly simple premise like placing a former mafioso into the life of a common husband, and has somehow struck

Damn! I wish that’s all I can say in this review of Jujutsu Kaisen’s fifth volume. After dealing with some bumps along the way, Gege Akutami finds his stride again with his supernatural martial arts story. Taking up the entirety of