Beastars

MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Ten

It takes a great manga to grab hold of their readers with every word and panel it presents. From the...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Nine

It’s been the question running through everyone’s mind since BEASTARS began: who killed Tem? The murder was the first domino...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Eight

You ever see someone with a new look, and it instantly makes your eyebrows squint? Think of when a person...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Seven

With Louis leaving Cherryton Academy, the title of Beastar is up for anyone to grab. As the Council of Living...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Six

BEASTARS tells more about the human condition than most stories about actual humans. The way our societies are split into...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Five

At long last, BEASTARS has shown the kind of fangs it’s been hiding since Chapter One. There would be a...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Four

BEASTARS is — pardon the pun — a whole ‘nother animal within the manga scene. Despite its anthropomorphic characters, it...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Three

The more I read Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS, the more I realize how blurry the line is between human and animal...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume Two

Calling the feeling “surprised” is a big understatement when I was first introduced to Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS. What looked like...

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MANGA REVIEW | "BEASTARS" - Volume One

If anyone was to look at the cover of Paru Itagaki’s BEASTARS, a plethora of scenarios would possibly rush through...

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