Barakamon Review
Anime Review

Barakamon Review

Barakamon Review

Seishu Handa, a talented young calligrapher, flees in disgrace to a remote island, after a searing public critique of his work provokes him to physically attack his eminent critic. Will he find…

• July 31, 2017
Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

Aho-Girl, Volume 1 Review

“Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe.” – Albert Einstein

British comedy is full of classic idiotic characters: Baldrick,…

• July 16, 2017
HaNaYaMaTa Review
Anime Review

HaNaYaMaTa Review

HaNaYaMaTa Review

Naru Sekiya is a terminally average 14 year old, with average intelligence, athleticism and talents. She had hoped everything would change when she started middle school, and her life would …

• August 25, 2016
Anime Review

Nisekoi: False Love Volume 2

Episodes 11-20

If only Raku Ichijo could remember what really happened ten years ago (he was only a five-year-old at the time, so he can be forgiven if his memories are a little vague) he’s certain…

• October 23, 2015
Anime Review

Nisekoi: False Love Volume 1

Episodes 1-10

Although high schooler Raku Ichijo is the son and heir to a yakuza clan, he’s happy to make breakfast for all his father’s men every day – he’s that kind of a guy. But his father…

• October 19, 2015
Manga Review

A Silent Voice Volume 1

“In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Martin Luther King Jr. 

Speaking as someone with a disability and who got picked…

• June 3, 2015
Anime Review

The Diary of Ochibi

“So little time, so little to do.” – Oscar Levant.

While most anime fans are used to ordinary 2D animation and perhaps some 3D CGI animation, there are few stop-motion anime.…

• April 24, 2015