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the promised neverland volume 14 review

The Promised Neverland Vol. 14 Review

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Hoot, hoot! Mind the spoiler warning! Alright, so, customary Spoiler Warning — we’re gonna dive right into The Promised Neverland Volume 14’s big reveal. Like, no, really: we’re gonna start divulging classified info by the next paragraph. While I imagine most readers would’ve already perused this latest volume, it’s…
dr. stone volume 10 review

Dr. Stone Vol. 10 Review

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The Stone Wars end, but at what cost? “If the Earth can’t support seven billion people, then all seven billion of us just have to figure out a way! That’s how science works!” As Dr. Stone Volume 10 opens with a dirty back-stabbing, we’re treated to this stirring quote…
my hero academia volume 23 review

My Hero Academia Vol. 23 Review

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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

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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

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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

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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…

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