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My Hero Academia Vol. 24 Review

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Chillin’ like a villain! Kohei Horikoshi’s opening Author Notes apologizes for Volume 24’s distinct lack of Izuku “Deku” Midoriya; actually, aside from forbidden photos or the occasional chapter cover, not a single hero’s spotted within the latest volume of My Hero Academia. Indeed, Spinner’s banner replacement on the cover…
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Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. 4 Review

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This is the same series? For real? Fellow manga connoisseurs, I stand before you today served with a delectable plate of crow. That stupid Jujutsu Kaisen comic — the one I initially judged as another clunker ready and primed for Shonen Jump’s axe — has steadily morphed from a…
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Spy x Family Vol. 1 Review

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*Insert clever Anya meme here* Now, isn’t that just the sweetest: three enigmatic introverts — Twilight, the world’s greatest spy; Yor, a deadly female assassin, and Anya, a telepathic tyke — banding together to forge a pretend “family” for their own respective agendas. Each hiding their true identities and…
dr. stone volume 11 review

Dr. Stone Vol. 11 Review

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Bread. Bread everywhere. Aw yeah, now we’re talking: the science of bread! Mmm, just look at how Senku and Francois are sinking their teeth into delectably sumptuous baked treats. If there’s one thing I celebrate about my Italian heritage, it’s our famed affinity for leavened wheat, so you better…
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Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. 3 Review

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Might we be seeing a light at the end of this tunnel? Okay, so, we’re getting there — Jujutsu Kaisen‘s altruistic message of “helping others” may’ve been an admirable goal, but it didn’t make for an interesting debut; indeed; I may’ve started warming up to the series as of…
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Persona 5 Vol. 2 Review

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Where have you been? Quarantine’s been something of a boon for my Persona 5 Royal experience — I already juggle enough pastimes as it is, so with everything from revisiting Banjo-Tooie to assembling jigsaw puzzles (my personal pile of shame; thankfully, James Coleman’s Pooh’s Afternoon Nap perfectly channels an…

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