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Dragon Ball: That Time I Got Reincarnated as Yamcha! Review

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No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. Poor Yamcha: be it getting impaled, losing every Tenkaichi Budokai, or suffering point-blank explosions by suicidal Saibamen – I’m sorry, “Cultivars” – it’s hard not to feel sorry for everyone’s favorite Dragon Ball punching bag. I mean, let’s face it: we’re talking about…
the promised neverland volume 6 review

The Promised Neverland Vol. 6 Review

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The secrets of the world are exposed. The name of the game for The Promised Neverland Volume 6 is exposition. It’s good exposition; great exposition, even – we’re all hungry for details on how this demon-eat-child world began, and this volume certainly satisfies much of our curiosity on that…
my hero academia volume 15 review

My Hero Academia Vol. 15 Review

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You’d be better be in for the long haul. And so, we’ve finally arrived at what’s easily My Hero Academia’s most polarizing arc: The Overhaul saga. Be it claims of poor pacing, uninteresting villains, or even our suspension of disbelief’s potential collapse, fans still argue whether Kohei Horikoshi’s superhero…
case closed volume 68 review

Case Closed Vol. 68 Review

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Oh, that tricky kanji! I’m certain I’ve become a broken record when it comes to these Case Closed reviews, mainly with the following lamentable observation: “as always, there are cases involving Japanese wordplay.” Rest assured, there are not one but two cases involving those tricky Kanji characters, Japanese numbers,…
twilight princess volume 4 review

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess: Vol. 4 Review

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To Eldin and Lanaryu! Is Akira Himekawa’s adaption of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess still the best Zelda manga around? For sure — granted, I wasn’t as taken with this fourth volume as I was last time, yet I can’t deny I’m far more engaged with this adaption…
astra lost in space volume 4

Astra Lost in Space Vol. 4 Review

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Life-changing secrets rock the Astra crew. The best way to describe Volume 4 of Kenta Shinohara’s Astra Lost in Space is — much like Quitterie’s reaction to the bluntest confession known to man — a series of jack-in-the-boxes. We open to the confounding mystery introduced at last volume’s end,…

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