Otaku Reader’s Corner: Komi Can’t Communicate, Love Me Love Me Not, and the Fly Me to the Moon

Fly Me to the Moon (Tonikawa), Vol. 3 Season one of Tonikawa may be complete, but Fly Me to the Moon, the manga on which its based, is continuing to roll out, and it remains superior to the show in virtually every facet. Volume three, released yesterday, focuses on Tsukasa and Nasa’s trip to visit his… Read More Otaku Reader’s Corner: Komi Can’t Communicate, Love Me Love Me Not, and the Fly Me to the Moon

Manga Review: Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World for my Retirement (Vol. 1)

Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World for my Retirement is a Japanese web novel series by FUNA adapted by Keisuke Motoe into a manga that is currently being published by Sol Press in the US. The story follows eighteen-year-old Mitsuha Yamano who suddenly finds herself in another world. Buckle up for my review of the… Read More Manga Review: Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World for my Retirement (Vol. 1)

The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye DVD Set Review

Originally airing its two seasons in 2006, The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye is post-apocalyptic, slice-of-life, western, adventure story with the occasional giant robot battle. In a distant future, after a high-tech war devastates the environment and kill off most of humanity, self-proclaimed jack-of-all-trades Honoka roves the desert in a tank doing odd… Read More The Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye DVD Set Review

BtT Light Novel Club Chapter 26: The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent, Vol. 1

Welcome to our discussion on The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent, Volume 1! This month, we take a look at an office lady who ends up summoned to another world as a potential “Saint”… only to be ignored and left to fend for herself. Well, this is a shoujo/josei light novel, so of course she’ll get… Read More BtT Light Novel Club Chapter 26: The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent, Vol. 1

My Neighbor Hayao: A Dreamy Collection of Miyazaki-Inspired Art

In 2017, Spoke Art opened an exhibition in its San Francisco gallery featuring pieces inspired by the works of acclaimed and Oscar-winning animator, Hayao Miyazaki. A success, they would repeat it in the following years, traveling the show to New York and then Los Angeles, showing hundreds of varied pieces with all this is common:… Read More My Neighbor Hayao: A Dreamy Collection of Miyazaki-Inspired Art