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REVIEW: Uzumaki by Junji Ito

REVIEW: Uzumaki by Junji Ito

Author’s note: This article contains spoilers for the manga Uzumaki. Uzumaki tells the story of high school students Kirie Goshima and her boyfriend Shuichi Saito and their experiences of the spiral phenomenon in the fictional town of Kurouzu. A perfect read [...]

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Girls in Capes Recommends: Fall 2017 Anime

Girls in Capes Recommends: Fall 2017 Anime

It's autumn again, and that means a new season of anime is here. Yay! 🎊 (I always feel like I should throw confetti around my office whenever I write new posts for this series.) When I first looked at the [...]

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NDK 2017: An Anime Con Diary

NDK 2017: An Anime Con Diary

Nan Desu Kan (NDK) was low-key this year. I can count the number of activities I attended on one hand. And there was a general feeling of malaise among the crowd, or at least, that's what I perceived. The number [...]

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Girls in Capes Recommends: Summer 2017 Anime

Girls in Capes Recommends: Summer 2017 Anime

It's summertime! And you know what that means? A new season of anime! And my recommendations for this season are sizzling. Sports anime! Sports anime! And more sports anime! But also a little bit of magical realism and Japanese mythology [...]

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REVIEW: ERASED, Vol. 2 by Kei Sanbe

REVIEW: ERASED, Vol. 2 by Kei Sanbe

Author’s note: This article contains spoilers for the manga and anime ERASED. What's really scary to me... is the thought of someone not believing me. Satoru Fujinuma's time traveling adventures continue in ERASED, Volume 2 by Kei Sanbe. After witnessing the murder of [...]

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REVIEW: ERASED, Vol. 1 by Kei Sanbe

REVIEW: ERASED, Vol. 1 by Kei Sanbe

Author’s note: This article contains spoilers for the manga and anime ERASED. Anyway, I'll try to put it into words... I... want to change the future. ERASED centers on Satoru Fujinuma, a 29-year-old mangaka cum pizza deliveryman who possess a unique ability [...]

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Girls in Capes Recommends: Spring 2017 Anime

Girls in Capes Recommends: Spring 2017 Anime

Winter is winding down, and spring is upon us. That means the end of the dreaded winter anime season and the beginning of a new one. Crunchyroll is calling this the season of light novel adaptations, and it's no wonder: [...]

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