Kiss Him, Not Me! Review
Anime Review

Kiss Him, Not Me! Review

Kiss Him, Not Me! Review
Kiss Him, Not Me! is a true delight for shojo fans. While there might be some questionable content in terms of its realism, the series is undeniably great fun and not as shallow as the first episode or two would suggest. Shojo, especially good shojo, is so frequently not brought to home video in the UK that this is a rare treat all fans of the genre should give a go.
• 25th April 2018
My Boy Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

My Boy Volume 1 Review

My Boy Volume 1 Review
An unconventional friendship develops between two lonely individuals. My Boy delivers a sensitive and beautifully drawn story that will make readers think about the pressures of modern life on adults and children alike.
• 20th April 2018
GATE – Collector’s Edition Review
Anime Review

GATE – Collector’s Edition Review

GATE – Collector’s Edition Review
GATE is a hard show to talk about without getting into nationalistic propaganda debates and general right- wing unpleasantness, but ignoring this argument for the time being, the show has some merit, not least its premise of a modern army fighting a bunch of races and animals from a typical fantasy land. Is there more good than bad, though?
• 19th April 2018
Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review

Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review
Wotakoi is a heartwarming comedy series with a firm message to convey in that love is difficult - not just for otaku but for everyone. Your hobbies can be judged and make people run for the hills but that isn’t right, and Wotakoi does its best to show you the great times you can have when the people around you do accept and understand you.
• 18th April 2018