Our good friend, Kenneth See, sent us a question recently about watching anime through unlicensed means. My response, edited here for clarity and with some additional insight, might be helpful to other Christians who are struggling with this question. I want to pick your brain on something: anime piracy. Is it a sin to watch… Read More Untangled: Is It Okay for Christians to Watch Illegal, Pirated, or Unlicensed Anime Streams?
We’re leading off today with the first volume of a ghoulish original English language manga series that has become a cult favorite: I Luv Halloween! Written by the recently deceased comic book legend, Keith Giffen, it feels extremely appropriate to cover this manga today. But does it hold up? Read our review for volume one… Read More Reader’s Corner: The Villainess Stans the Heroes (Vol. 2), Looks Are All You Need (Vol. 1), and I Luv Halloween (Vol. 1)
A quick glance at our Reader’s Corner selections for this post, many of which are debuting today, reveals part of the reason why manga continues to grow in popularity. The variety of stories being told through these releases is breathtaking. From a young woman reliving her yesterday a thousand times to a food truck running… Read More Reader’s Corner: Ima Koi (Vol. 5), The Executioner and Her Way of Life (Vol. 6), and Call the Name of the Night (Vol. 1)
This week, Maison Ikkoku comes to an end (again); the mesmerizing A.I. story, Your Forma, receives a manga adaptation; Tomozaki-kun makes a difficult choice in the latest volume of his top-tier light novel series; and much more, including the debut reviews by our two newest reviewers, WacOtaku and Marg. Check out their reviews and the… Read More Reader’s Corner: Oshi no Ko (Vol. 1), Bottom-Tier Character Tomozaki (Vol. 9), and Romantic Killer (Vol. 2)
It’s the weekend and Youko and Airi are off on their Yamaha Serow for an adventure in Shuumatsu Touring! They are traveling the coastal route to Tokyo, hitting all the famous tourist spots along the way. Or at least trying to? If you squint, maybe you can see the resemblance between the glossy promo pics… Read More Review: Touring After the Apocalypse, Vol. 1
Goodbye Otherworld, See You Tomorrow, Vol. 1 In the continuing mission to explore strange new genre mashups involving isekai, here’s postapocalyptic isekai. Poor Keisuke finds himself in a fantasy world where magic disappeared centuries ago after an industrial revolution, and most of the population died out recently. Soon after he encounters another lost soul, Nito… Read More Reader’s Corner: Frieren Vol. 2, The Demon Girl Next Door Vol. 3, and Demon Slayer Stories of Water and Flame
Laid-back Camp, Vol. 10 With the recent season long gone and months since volume nine was released, I’ve been suffering from Yuru Camp withdrawal. There’s nothing out there quite like this series, with the sense of peace and fulfillment that it brings (along with plenty of humor). Volume ten, which moves past the point where… Read More Reader’s Corner: Carole and Tuesday, SW Guardians of the Whills, and Laid-back Camp, Vol. 10