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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Vol. 5 Review

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…
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Snow White with the Red Hair Vol. 2 Review

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…
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Dr. Stone Vol. 6 Review

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…
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The Promised Neverland Vol. 10 Review

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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My Hero Academia Vol. 19 Review

Hot-blooded shonen action? Nah, it’s school festival time! Ah, now that’s more like it — some much, much deserved down-time for our fledgling superheroes. After taking down a deadly crime syndicate, losing Nighteye, and rescuing a traumatized little girl, Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and the rest of the Class 1-A…
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Komi Can’t Communicate Vol. 1 Review

Opposites attract…or do they? So, here’s something you don’t see everyday: a “boy meets girl” manga where the guy helps the girl overcome her crippling social anxiety. Labeling Tomohito Oda’s Komi Can’t Communicate as a rom-com would be remiss; yes, there exist sparks between the two leads, but I…

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