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It began with mysterious hand popping through the ground. Any curious party would grab hold of it to see what would happen. Sadly, that hand had plenty of danger in its palms, as it pulled in Zen and his entire

Ah, the great outdoors. There’s nothing like fresh mountain air, clean roaring rivers, and star-studded skies to take in the full appreciation of Mother Nature. No, this isn’t another glowing review of Laid-Back Camp (which everyone and their grandmother should

As a native of Salem, Massachusetts, the tales of witches have surrounded me almost since the day I was born. From the real stories of the Witch Trials to things of fiction like Hocus Pocus, witches have been prevalent in

Kei Sanbe has a good knack for delivering solid mysteries with supernatural twists. His previous series Erased showcased his strengths as a writer and artist, on top of bringing for complex characters that shined throughout the series. Sanbe returns with

Nothing worries me more than when a fight is dragged out longer than it should. This feeling has taken residence in my mind whenever I read any current volume of Jujutsu Kaisen. “The Shibuya Incident” arc has had some visually-stunning

Saying sorry over and over again can annoy people, but can it kill? Junji Ito brought this idea to life in his Yokai Kyoshitsu mini-series nearly a decade ago. Published here in the English realm as Dissolving Classroom, the short

The fun thing about adapting classic works is having the ability to mix it up with other parts of classical literature. Of course, this could lead to some questionable fan fiction, which can be entertaining for the wrong reasons. Fortunately

How Do We Relationship? isn’t just the title of Tamifull’s yuri series; it’s a legit question to ask! At first, the question stemmed from Miwa and Saeko trying to figure out how to date each other properly. But now that

To the most introverted, making connections is an alien concept. Having to bond with other people, attend parties, and collaborating just doesn’t mesh well with those who prefer to be alone. So when a literal alien reaches out to be

With its massive universe, My Hero Academia spinoffs are a no-brainer. But it all depends on their execution, with Vigilantes showing the strengths of such a potential and the comedic SMASH!! demonstrating its weaknesses. Team-Up Missions, brought to life by