Akira Toriyama’s Manga Theater Review

As a Dragon Ball fan, I'm always excited whenever something by Akira Toriyama in licensed in english. For such an influential creator, he doesn't actually have that many series to his name, so it's a treat whenever I get the chance to read anything new by him. Akira Toriyama's Manga Theater is a collection of... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 15 Review

Our newest villain graces the cover of this volume and makes quite an impression in it's the pages, as he runs circles around Legoshi in this installment of Beastars. As with my reviews of the other volumes of the Beastars manga, this review will contain some spoilers for both this and previous volumes in the... Continue Reading →

The Exo-Drive Reincarnation Games Vol 1 Review

With it's unnecessarily lengthy title, The Exo-Drive Reincarnation Games: All-Japan Isekai Battle Tournament is poking fun of isekai manga and light-novel tropes right out of the gate. Written by Keiso and with art by Zunta, The Exo-Drive Reincarnation Games is a playful parody of the isekai genre which reimagines the now ubiquitous plot-device of being... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 14 Review

There's a lot to discuss in this volume of Paru Itagaki's Beastars. A dramatic meeting with Yahya! An emotional reunion between Haru and Legoshi! And the reveal of a new antagonist! Let's get into it! As with my reviews of the other volumes of the Beastars manga, this review will contain some spoilers of events... Continue Reading →

The Faraway Paladin Omnibus Vol 1 Review

Based on the light novels by Kanata Yanagino, The Faraway Paladin manga by Mutsumi Okubashi is an atmospheric fantasy series that takes it's time establishing it's world and protagonist. This omnibus edition collects the first two volumes of the manga, so we've got a good chunk of story to discuss in this review. Synopsis: As... Continue Reading →

Beastars Vol 13 Review

Yeah, Gosha is on the cover this time around. Not surprisingly, this volume features a lot of everyone's favourite scaly grandfather, and he gets plenty of opportunities to prove that he's still pretty spry! As with my reviews of the other volumes of Paru Itagaki's Beastars manga, this review will contain some spoilers for events... Continue Reading →

Mashle: Magic and Muscles Vol 1 Review

I think the best way to describe Hajime Komoto's Mashle: Magic and Muscles is that it's basically the main character from One Punch Man as a teenager attending Hogwarts. Synopsis: In a world where magic is everywhere and you're status is determined by your magical aptitude, any person born without any magic is ostracized and... Continue Reading →

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