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Sometimes the greatest enemy can be right under your nose. It’s an even worse situation when that villain winds up being the last person you’d least expect. Andy, Fuuko, and the rest of the Union find this out in a

Every person has had that fantasy of meeting someone famous. But if the opportunity ever came, the thoughts of what one would say or do would come crashing into their brain like water from a bursted dam. Now imagine what

Without Akira Toriyama, just how popular would anime and manga be? His Dragon Ball is considered the ultimate gateway series, where even the biggest of jocks would profess their love for it. But before he became a manga icon, Toriyama

It's the age old question: would psychics get embarrassed if they picked up on strangers' dirty thoughts? Well, Kabukicho Bad Trip is here to set the record straight - or rather, what one would do if they knew their budding

There’s always darkness lurking in magic academies. Sometimes it’s within the hearts of those lacking compassion; other times, it’s a physical entity wanting to cause harm. For Mash and the main cast of Mashle: Magic and Muscles, that darkness lurks

Within space and time, only one pirate is brave enough to conquer the stars, and his name is Captain Harlock! Leiji Matsumoto’s iconic creation has taken the manga, anime, and film worlds by storm, reaching out far past the Japanese

King Baby Duck starts this week's No Borders No Race with a bit of an error, but then has some good news regarding this year's PAX East! Tom Brady retires, as our host looks back at his importance in Boston

There is nothing more romantic for two lovers to experience than to share a bath together. While it’s tougher to do it in America, Japan makes the act very easy with the plethora of hot springs and mixed baths spread

Years have gone by since everyone wanted to do vampire romance stories. From Twilight and True Blood to The Vampire Diaries, it felt like you couldn’t escape from lovey-dovey bloodsuckers. These days, the Draculas of the world are now seen

Very rarely have I found myself speechless after reading a manga. And yet, Hard-Boiled Cop and Dolphin — the latest series from Belezebub creator Ryuhei Tamura — has done exactly that. For the first time in a really long time,