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  1. Onosume

    Rosario + Vampire Seasons 1 & 2 Collection Review

    While starting off as a formulaic and poorly executed ecchi monster-of-the-week show, Rosario + Vampire slowly evolves into an enjoyable but average harem romantic comedy as it moves into its second season. Continue reading...
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    Beauty and the Beast of Paradise Lost Volume 1 Review

    Kaori Yuki presents a dark and mysterious twist on the classic fairy tale, with this initial volume offering a strong start that focuses on establishing the main cast of characters and the mysteries that swirl around them. Continue reading...
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    My Girlfriend is Shobitch Review

    When second-year high school student Haruka Shinozaki starts dating his classmate crush Akiho Kosaka, he believes he now has the girlfriend of his dreams, but this couldn’t be further from the truth as Akiho turns everything into sexual innuendo! Plunged into a world of dirty jokes, Haruka tries...
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    Orient Volume 3 Review

    The third volume of Shinobu Ohtaka’s Orient is very much a tale of two halves, as it brings the current arc of the story focusing on Tsugumi and the Kosameda band of samurai to a solid conclusion but struggles to get going into the next one. Continue reading...
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    Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul Review

    Riko and Reg’s grand adventure to the bottom of The Abyss takes some dark and sinister turns in a horror movie-esque arc that is very emotional and engaging, even if it feels a little formulaic. Continue reading...
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    Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? Review

    This short-form ecchi comedy series is bottom-of-the-barrel entertainment that sees teachers placed into compromising and erotic situations with their students, who then quickly become the object of their affections. Continue reading...
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    BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense. Season 1 Review

    BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense. is an extremely fun adventure that shores up its defences and offers an expressive and outlandish take on the isekai and video game genres that will have you laughing all the way through. Continue reading...
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    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – Collector’s Edition Part 2 Review

    Tanjiro, Zenitsu and Inosuke are assigned their most challenging mission yet – to exterminate a family of spider demons in the forests of Mount Natagumo, where they find themselves hunted by one of the Twelve Kizuki. At the same time, Tanjiro finds himself under attack from both sides, as the...
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    Love Live! The School Idol Movie Review

    Love Live! The School Idol Movie is a love letter to the fans that have stuck with μ's all this time, wrapping up the group’s story with plenty of fun and moving moments, while delivering some fantastic songs along the way. Continue reading...
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    Orient Volume 2 Review

    As our heroes Musashi and Kojiro prepare to step out on their quest to rid The Land of the Setting Sun of the demons that have ruled the country for the last 150 years, this volume finds itself being burdened by all the exposition required to move the story forward. However, it still offers...
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    Mermaid Saga Collector’s Edition Volume 2 Review

    Mermaid Saga continues to offer a very dark and mysterious take on the mermaid myth while producing a fascinating examination of the dark side of the human condition. Continue reading...
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    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – Collector’s Edition Part 1 Review

    With Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, the typical shonen formula has been given Ufotable’s cinematic touch with outstanding visuals and audio and is packed with tense, gripping action sequences that really pack a punch. Continue reading...
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    Paranoia Agent Review

    Satoshi Kon’s Paranoia Agent is a fascinating rollercoaster of a psychological thriller that expertly ties its character-driven story together into the realms of insanity and the paranormal to the point that you begin to question your own sanity. Continue reading...
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    Cagaster Volume 1 Review

    Already adapted into an anime by Netflix and Gonzo, Kachou Hashimoto’s source manga that tells the tale of humanity warring it out with giant mutant bugs has a bit of a rough start, devoting more time to character building than getting moving with the central plot - but it at least seems to have...
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    Chidori RSC Review

    This “cute girls do cute rifle shooting” show is an enjoyable but flawed slice-of-life series that, while it won’t be enough to satisfy true sport nuts, will at least crack a smile in those who enjoy similar shows in the genre. Continue reading...
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    Orient Volume 1 Review

    This first volume in Shinobu Ohtaka’s latest series offers a solid start, with some fantastic design work with its demonic enemies, and some great worldbuilding in this alternate twist on Japan’s feudal, warring states era. Continue reading...
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    Super Mario Manga Mania Review

    In celebration of Mario's 35th anniversary, Viz Media presents this collection of stories from Yukio Sawada's Super Mario-kun manga, which puts its own unique spin on some of Mario's iconic adventures. Continue reading...
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    The Demon Girl Next Door Review

    The Demon Girl Next Door is a slice-of-life comedy that offers plenty of laughs with a cute and colourful cast of characters that you can really have fun with, however, the fact that the series ends just as it really gets started will no doubt frustrate a lot of viewers. Continue reading...
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    Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest Season 1 Review

    Despite Arifureta having some nice ideas within its story, with its shockingly bad animation and some creepy sexual elements pervading the series, it’s hard to see why anyone would watch this when there are plenty of better executed shows out there. Continue reading...
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    Turn A Gundam: Part 2 Review

    While often constrained in its action and pacing by too many rules, when it has its feet planted on the Earth, Turn A Gundam delivers with a strong story and a fantastic set of characters, telling of a planet that was previously ravaged by war and its people rising up to stop it from having to...
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