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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

The concept of humans being familiars isn't anything new, with series like The Familiar of Zero and Negima! showcasing the strengths and weaknesses of such a contract. However, it take a good concept to make something feel refreshing, giving new

Falling in love with a friend can be a complicated situation. It can cause tension, an overabundance of nervousness in one's mannerisms, and even the occasional rift or two between other people in your friends' circle. Such a thing can

I had some misgivings when I first heard about Hitomi Takano's My Boy. Reading descriptions for it, it appeared to go down a route that myself and (hopefully) the majority of people with common sense would frown upon. Thankfully, after

It's a team-up of two of the most famous names in both the anime and manga realm: the iconic Go Nagai (Devilman, Mazinger Z) and the beloved Hideaki Anno (Evangelion, Shin Godzilla). Some may recall that back in 2004, Anno

While Stephen King can craft horror with his words, Junji Ito does so with images that haunt even the safest spaces of our minds. Since the late 1980s, Ito has delivered unsettling chills to readers all across the globe, to

Every time a new volume of Flying Witch is released, it feels like you're being welcomed back into the most magical, gentle world imaginable. Chihiro Ishizuka's series has a knack of bringing together a mystical essence with a back country

I'll be blunt: all I really need to say is that the creator of nichijou is back with a new series, and you readers will more than likely rush out and grab it. After all, Keiichi Arawi has been considered

Since 1985, the Saint Seiya series has held onto its popularity in Japan thanks to the plethora of anime adaptations, spin-offs, light novels, musicals, and video games released in its stead. Although the original series had a quick run on