The Count of Monte Cristo Manga Classics Review (#Sponsored)

The Count of Monte Cristo has been one of my favorite classic stories for a long time. I knew of the story by Alexandre Dumas for a while, but my first introduction to it was through a movie adaptation from 2002. It’s one of my favorite versions and I have returned to it multiple times … More The Count of Monte Cristo Manga Classics Review (#Sponsored)

Mermaid Saga Manga Collector’s Edition Volume One Advanced Review

Rumiko Takahashi is one of the most well-known and wealthiest manga artists in all of Japan. Her works are known far outside of Japan and translated into a bunch of other languages. She is probably the most well-known for her series Inuyasha or Urusei Yatsura. Both received high critical acclaim and had anime adaptations that … More Mermaid Saga Manga Collector’s Edition Volume One Advanced Review

Caturday Treat: Why You Should Read Cats of the Louvre

I know a great manga or graphic novel when it continues to stick in my head long after I’m done reading it. Cats of the Louvre is that kind of manga. Created by the Eisner Award Winner Taiyo Matsumoto, who also created Ping Pong the Animation and Tekkon Kinkreet as well as many more manga. … More Caturday Treat: Why You Should Read Cats of the Louvre

Spicy Specials: Fire in His Fingertips Manga Volume One Review [NSFW]

I feel like smut often gets overlooked when we talk about romance, or people wind up feeling uncomfortable admitting that they like it. For a long time, women would hide the fact they would read explicit romance novels. But I think with the publication of Fifty Shades of Gray, women have felt more comfortable reading … More Spicy Specials: Fire in His Fingertips Manga Volume One Review [NSFW]

Otherworldly Izakaya Nobu Manga Volume One Review (#Sponsored)

Isekai stories come in all kinds of types and flavors, as well as garnering all kinds of responses from fans. For those not in the know, isekai is where people from one world (usually modern Japan) are transported either into a video game world, fantasy world, or into the past. The genre has seen such … More Otherworldly Izakaya Nobu Manga Volume One Review (#Sponsored)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Manga Classics Review (#Sponsored)

At some point during school, I’m sure many if not all of you were forced to read at least one of Shakespeare’s many plays, and I’m sure a lot of you struggled with how it was written and the many words he decided to make up for himself. I know I read quite a bit … More A Midsummer Night’s Dream Manga Classics Review (#Sponsored)