If the world ended tomorrow, would you have any regrets? Well, yes, plenty—so thinks Roma, a shy, farmer’s son who let the girl of his dreams slip away. His best friend, Toto, seems to feel the same way despite moving to the big city for school and attaining high achievements. The one asking the question… Read More Review: Goodbye, Don Glees!
It’s finally time for new content in the Rascal Does Not Dream franchise! The latest volume of the light novel series dropped last week, and with this release, the English-language publications officially outpace the anime. In the wake of the dramatic conclusion of Shouko’s arc, it’s time for Sakuta and his friends to face the… Read More Review: Rascal Does Not Dream of a Sister Venturing Out (Light Novel)
This week we continue with the newest volumes of favorites like Solo Leveling, which is receiving an anime adaptation, and Uncle from Another World (which has one currently airing), and review the initial offerings from a couple of fantasy series as well, including one in which the MC becomes a dragon…skeleton. Who says light novels… Read More Reader’s Corner: Solo Leveling, Uncle from Another World, and My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong As I Expected (Final)
The mission to restore the whole of humanity from their stone stockades continues in the Kingdom of Science led by high school whiz kid Senku Ishigami and the citizens of Ishigami Villiage. In order to proceed across the high seas, our group of spunky scientists decides to build a giant vessel capable of surviving the… Read More Review: Dr. Stone Special Episode – Ryusui
Ys: IX Monstrum Nox is an action RPG and part of a long series of games that I have not had the pleasure of playing. I had heard of the Ys series over my many years of gaming, but they never stood out enough for me to try one out. Most of the games are… Read More Review: Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (Nintendo Switch)
Just when you assume you’ve sobbed your last tear for Fruits Basket, the franchise returns to dampen your eyes once again with Fruits Basket -prelude-, a prequel film featuring Tohru’s parents and connecting them to the relationship that is most central to the series. While arranged somewhat as a compilation of episodes about Kyo alongside… Read More Review: Fruits Basket -prelude- (Dub)
I’ll admit it: I have an agenda. It is my goal to spread the word about Kageki Shojo!! and inspire more anime and manga fans to check out this delightfully comedic, surprisingly deep, and altogether beautifully-crafted series! The story follows the ups and downs and all round antics of a group of theatre-girl hopefuls (or… Read More Kageki Shojo!! Manga Review, Vols. 0-5 (for manga-only readers)