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In some stories, magic and science conflict with one another. However, there are tales of when the capabilities of both the mystical and medical can come together in harmony. Kaziya's How To Treat Magical Beasts: Mine and Master's Medical Journal

Within the confides of normalcy, an adventure must pop up sooner or later. Chihiro Ishizuka's Flying Witch may promote a balance between fantasy magic and real-life beauty, but even it knows when it's time to have a fun romp. Volume

It's impossible to ignore the zaniness that Hikaru Nakamura's Arakawa Under the Bridge delivers in each volume. However, also as important to the looniness of the plot is the surprising amount of heart that is placed into its characters, especially

After being on hiatus for nearly two months, No Borders No Race is back! This week, King Baby Duck comes to the realization that the FX series Archer should probably call it quits, while Jack White's newest albums leaves little

It was April of 2009 when my friend came out to me as transgendered. As a person who was treated differently due to his Autism, I quickly responded with acceptance and understanding. Although coming out stories can rarely be as

Nameless Asterism took me by surprise when I first read it. What started as a strong love triangle between three female friends transformed itself into a tale of finding one's true happiness via their deepest desires. The internal monologues, bantering

If there was one guy that could compete with Osamu Tezuka in the art of world-building, it's Leiji Matsumoto. For nearly 65 years, Matsumoto's creations have inspired many people from all over the world. From his bombastic space operas like

When it comes to manga universes, only three creators have been able to intertwine their characters into various different stories: Osamu Tezuka, CLAMP, and Go Nagai, the latter of whom is having an astounding resurgence this year. The likes of

There's a right way and a wrong way to present an entertaining series about unlikable characters. The good way is to put our leads into scenarios that bring out the jerk in them via hilarious means, which the likes of

There are times where I can't find myself second-guessing where an author is taking its reader. Questioning how far a writer will go to have their audience snared into their story is what makes the mystery of a new tale