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MANGA REVIEW | "Record of Grancrest War" - Volume One

Ryo Mizuno is considered by many to be the master fantasy creator in Japan, with such series and tabletop titles as Record...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Black Torch" - Volume Two

The debut volume of Tsuyoshi Takaki's Black Torch wowed me when it was first released, showcasing a fantastic smorgasbord of...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Summer Wars" Adaptation As Strong As Family Bonds

Mamoru Hosoda's Summer Wars stands as a true game-changer for anime feature films. The 2009 movie delivered some of the...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Fairy Tale Battle Royale" - Volume One

When thinking of how Japan has recently adapted fairy tales, I often find myself looking unfavorably at this past winter's...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Dr. STONE" - Volume Two

There is no greater power than science. It's because of science that tools, weapons, medicine, and even the creation and...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Ran and the Gray World" - Volume One

There's a level of enchantment that Aki Irie's Ran and the Gray World encompasses its audience with. The first work...

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MANGA REVIEW | "The Delinquent Housewife!" - Volume Two

I'll admit that Nemu Yoko's The Delinquent Housewife! had a subpar introduction, what with the way it presented its characters...

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VIZ Media Nabs Nihei’s "Abara" Manga For December Release

BLAME! and Knights of Sidonia creator Tsutomu Nihei is unleashing a new kind of sci-fi horror for his fans, with...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Satoko and Nada" - Volume One

Cultures can clash from time-to-time, but with a little understanding and kindness the barriers of said upbringings can be smashed...

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MANGA REVIEW | Yamcha Gets Moment In Spotlight In "Dragon Ball" Spinoff

Within the isekai genre, there are many times where someone gets transported and transformed into another being. At times, they're...

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