Even those unfamiliar with scripture know that the events in the Book of Revelation are the stuff of nightmares and catastrophe. The Beast, the dragon, the curses, the destruction, the blood—John’s vision plays out more powerfully and horrifically than any Hollywood film. However, adaptation of the letter to script or screen is rare. As visually… Read More Review of Manga Majesty: The Revelation of the End Times!
With an iron grip on systems across the universe, the Empire took control of planets one by one, and when doing so, promised its inhabitants that transformation would come, the kind to change their lives for the better as they came under their auspices. Promises and propaganda would encourage the best young talent in the… Read More Star Wars: Lost Stars (Manga Review, Complete Three-Volume Series)
Slowly, and aided by her new friends (especially Tadano, the first one she made), school “goddess” Komi is starting to overcome her anxiety at talking to others and is headed toward her goal of making 100 friends. But one’s fears don’t disappear so easily; it’s still not easy for Komi to speak up, so how… Read More Review: Komi Can’t Communicate Vol. 2
Happy Halloween! In honor of the spooky season I am here with a review of the one volume manga series, Haunted House. Review Haunted House is a comedy-horror manga created by Mitsukazu Mihara. This one volume manga consists of a series of seemingly disconnected chapters about a teenage boy named Sabato Obiga. Sabato, whose name… Read More Manga Review: Haunted House
Not long ago, an infamous yazuka roamed the streets, striking fear into friend and foe alike. Nicknamed the “Immortal Dragon,” he gained fame by breaking up ten rival factions in a single night. And then, without warning, he disappeared. For the thugs and high-end criminals on the city streets, Tatsu’s disappearance is a mystery. But… Read More Review: The Way of the House Husband (Vol. 1)
Tadano is a regular guy who just wants to make it through school without being noticed. Komi is the school beauty, beloved both by her male and female classmates. They seem an unlikely pair, but are brought together by Komi’s problem—namely that she wants to make one-hundred friends, but is too afraid to even begin… Read More Review: Komi Can’t Communicate (Vol. 1)