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MANGA REVIEW | "Arakawa Under the Bridge" - Volume Two

Common sense has no place of residence in Arakawa Under the Bridge. Hikaru Nakamura's manga series is ripe with crazy...

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MANGA REVIEW | A "Distant Star" As Powerful As An Endearing Heart

While She and Her Cat first opened the anime world to his work, it wasn't until Makoto Shinkai's 2002 short...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Kanna's Daily Life" - Volume One

Coolkyoushinja's Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid took the world by storm last year, thanks to Kyoto Animation's hilarious and heartwarming anime...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Imperfect Girl" - Volume 2

The first volume of Mitsuru Hattori's manga adaptation of NISIOISIN's Imperfect Girl got off on a rocky start, with the...

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MANGA REVIEW | "My Neighbor Seki" - Volume 10

Back in 2014, I was introduced to an anime series called Tonari no Seki-kun. The episodes followed a usual plot-line...

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MANGA REVIEW | A Bolder Collection of Shorts In Second "Helvetica Standard"

Keiichi Arawi has a knack for blending charm, adorability, and some way out there kind of humor into his works....

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MANGA REVIEW | "Flying Witch" - Volume Four

Chihiro Ishizuka's Flying Witch is one of the most comfortable manga around. The tale of witch-in-training Makoto and the relatives...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Arakawa Under the Bridge" - Volume One

Imagine going nearly all your life never having to owe anybody a favor. Just when everything's about to come up...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Imperfect Girl" - Volume 1

An author creates tales, and an aspiring author simply lies. This is the mentality of the nameless protagonist of Imperfect...

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MANGA REVIEW | A "Helvetica Standard" In Japanese Non Sequitur

The mere mention of the name Keiichi Arawi will bring the most random of comedic imagery to both anime and...

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