Record of Grancrest War continues to offer the compelling war story the first book promised. Although most of our time is spent on a single battle, the manga is well drawn and sets a high standard for future volumes to follow.
We Never Learn continues to be an entertaining romantic comedy. While this second volume is more episodic in nature compared to the previous one, this works in the series’ favour and offers a nice chance to spend time with all of the cast one-on-one.
From the director of Redline, Lupin the IIIrd: Fujiko Mine's Lie returns viewers to the gritty, stylistic world of the acclaimed 2012 series "The Woman Called Fujiko Mine" when it opens in Japan this May!
Scum’s Wish never puts a foot wrong in how it presents its story and characters. With a mature, in-depth look at love and lust, the series has much to show us. It’s thoughtful, emotional and incredibly insightful.
Woof Woof Story: I Told You to Turn Me Into a Pampered Pooch, not Fenrir! is a fun endeavour in the isekai genre. It’s not offering anything new but if you’re fond of canines and fantasy adventures, this might be an enjoyable read.
Koimonogatari is a compelling and satisfying end to the second season of Monogatari. With a fresh face narrating and so much at stake, this volume is a real page turner that you’ll be unable to put down.
The RWBY Official Manga Anthology volumes continue to be a labour of love for the artists; if you are a fan of the series, these new book collections will offer some new insights into your favourite characters.
Vatican Miracle Examiner promises intrigue and horror as two young priests investigate sinister goings-on in the twilight world of the occult. Delivering a gripping drama without toppling over into melodrama is a challenge – so is this anime TV series up to the job?
A selection of five shorts, including an adorable if sinister spider girl and an over-the-top motor race from the creator of Gurren Lagann, offer a rare treat into some of Production I.G's more obscure works.
Luckily, the outdated technology of VCRs and square TVs are not the most horrific scare of this movie; Ring is the epitome of slow-burn horror with its 20th anniversary screening being a delightful reminder of why it was such a big hit back then.