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my hero academia volume 20 review

My Hero Academia Vol. 20 Review

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Who’s ready to rock?!? It’s hardly uncommon for manga artists to patch up their work for the volume compilations, be it fixing egregious mistakes or tinkering with stylistic preferences. While casual fans are typically none the wiser, even the most inattentive Shonen Jump reader would wince at a more…
one piece volume 91 review

One Piece Vol. 91 Review

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Dosukoi! For those just joining us, it’s not very often I share panels from the manga I review — much as I’d like to highlight the exceptional artwork found in the Japanese comics I review, scheduling conflicts induce an uncertain mixture between digital libraries (wherein panels are easily lifted)…
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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Vol. 5 Review

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No, I don’t have something in my eye… Time and time again, I’m never not astounded how much more I’m enjoying Akira Himekawa’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess more than the source material. As someone who holds Nintendo’s legendary video game series in high regard, this opinion should…
snow white with the red hair volume 2 review

Snow White with the Red Hair Vol. 2 Review

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The romance continues. When I reviewed the first iteration of Sorata Akiduki’s Snow White with the Red Hair, I left its idyllic castle life content with the pleasantness that first transpired in 2006. This same complacency endures with its second volume, settling onto the premise introduced in the first…
dr. stone volume 6 review

Dr. Stone Vol. 6 Review

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The Stone Wars have begun! Dr. Stone performs another scientific miracle in a captivating read! Granted, I’ll readily admit I wasn’t as taken as I was with the last book’s Grand Bout — a near-perfect batch of comedic drama proving just how splendidly the post-Taiju cast came into their…
the promised neverland volume 10 review

The Promised Neverland Vol. 10 Review

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Spoiler Alert: Children get beaten to near-death — a lot. I mentioned in our previous review — Volume 9, for those just joining us — that Kaiu Shirai’s The Promised Neverland “never hesitates with enforcing soul-destroying despair within this demon-eat-man world”. Granted, Volume 10 advancing Emma and co.’s take-down…
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