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my hero academia volume 23 review

My Hero Academia Vol. 23 Review

Out of one training arc, and into…another? Ah, now here’s a My Hero Academia volume — relevant character arcs, our young protagonist navigating uncharted waters through his Quirk, expertly-crafted parallels, and last but certainly not least: world building as seen through the lens of The League of Villains. While…
jujutsu kaisen volume 2 review

Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. 2 Review

Does it get any better? Maybe. As you may remember, I was left thoroughly unimpressed with Gege Akutami’s debut battle manga in Jujutsu Kaisen — a congregation of sentient demonic curses and Jujutsu sorcerers that, despite its humbling message, was smothered under every trite development in the Weekly Shonen…
samurai 8 volume 1 review

Samurai 8: The Tale of Hachimaru Vol. 1 Review

Masashi Kishimoto returns with but a whimper. As a former fan who thought Masashi Kishimoto’s legendary Naruto jumped the shark hard in Part II — what with sidelining its engaging supporting cast, laughably bad takes on romance, and confounding gaps in story logic (why, exactly, was a mass-murdering terrorist…
twilight princess volume 6 review

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Volume 6 Review

Come join the dark side of the Triforce. Now, here’s something interesting about the latest iteration of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess –Volume 6 is only two chapters! Eagle-eyed readers may’ve already noticed this, but as Akira Himekawa’s manga adaption progresses, each volume is condensed into fewer and…
the promised neverland volume 13 review

The Promised Neverland Vol. 13 Review

William Minerva is nigh, but at what cost? So, the good news: The Promised Neverland remains Jump’s best thriller thirteen volumes and counting. The talents of writer Kaiu Shirai and artist Pozuka Demizu remain an impeccable pair, their heart-pounding cat-and-mouse scenario gradually unraveling the id behind its ruthless world.…
dr. stone volume 9 review

Dr. Stone Vol. 9 Review

Strength versus Science! When Taiju marches triumphantly into the Kingdom of Science’s encampment — and by association, back into Senku’s life — we shudder not at the fear his one-track mind could drag Riichiro Inagaki’s Dr. Stone down yet again; nay, we shiver at how, against all odds, we’re…

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