Manga

Are Spoilers That Bad?

Whether you are talking about TV, movies, video games or books almost everyone is in agreement that spoilers are a bad thing and anyone who knowingly spoils other people is scum. This has even gotten to the point of people complaining about “spoilers” when details of a press conference (you

School-Live! Volume 5 Review

Author: Norimitsu Kaihou Art: Sadoru Chiba English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: November 22 2016. The pattern I mentioned in my last review has been broken! Only because the anime didn’t make it this far so if you watched the anime like I did this volume should be entirely new

School-Live Volume 4 Review

Author: Norimitsu Kaihou Art: Sadoru Chiba English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: August 30 2016. There seems to be a pattern with these volumes, with the odd volumes the anime stuck fairly close while with even it strays quite a bit. The similar or same elements don’t feel outdone by

Akame ga Kill! Volume 7 Review

Author: Takahiro Art: Tetsuya Tashiro English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: July 26 2016 While last volume had very little action, this one was almost non-stop. We start off with the Jaegers finding out where Night Raid is although we find out they were tricked. The information they find indicates Akame and

School-Live! Volume 3 Review

    Author: Norimitsu Kaihou Art: Sadoru Chiba English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: May 24 2016     In volume 3 we’re back at the school and this is where Miki really starts learning about those that saved her. Very quickly Miki gets annoyed over Yuki’s “delusions” confronting Kurumi

Akame ga Kill! Volume 6 Review

Author: Takahiro Art: Tetsuya Tashiro English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: April 26 2016 The volume starts off with the Jaegers and we learn there are Danger Beasts attacking and the group will be sent to patrol and make sure none cause trouble. Night Raid receives the same mission from headquarters but decide

Adaptations

If you watch pretty much anything on a regular basis you have probably seen an adaptation. From The Walking Dead to Harry Potter to One Piece no matter if you watch more stuff on the big screen or binge watching the series on Hulu a lot of TV and movies

Sekai Project’s Sakura-con Announcements

First up is a visual novel coming from the circle Lose titled Maitetsu which has some great music in the trailer which hopefully translates to the rest of the game. Sekai Project describes the visual novel as: Maitetsu takes place in an alternate reality in Japan, where railroads were the

Hunter x Hunter Manga to Resume

Hunter x Hunter is no stranger to hiatuses. The last chapter was published in August 2014 and a website is even dedicate to displaying just how often it misses issues of Jump. Today it was announced by Jump Plus (the digital manga app) that 2016’s 16th issue of Weekly Shounen Jump (releasing March

School-Live! Volume 2 Review

Author: Norimitsu Kaihou Art: Sadoru Chiba English Publisher: Yen Press English Release: February 23 2016 Volume 2 picks up with a new character who was teased at the end of the last volume. This character’s name in Miki and right off the bat we see her following a school like schedule