Giant Spider and Me Manga Mini-series Volumes 1-3 Review

Do you enjoy a good post-apocalyptic story? How about cooking? Giant spiders? A feel good slice-of-life? If I’ve hit on one or more of your genre faves, than I’ve got a manga for you. Giant Spider and Me: A Post Apocalyptic Tale is a short, 3 volume miniseries published by Seven Seas that hits all … More Giant Spider and Me Manga Mini-series Volumes 1-3 Review

Way of the House Husband (Gokushufudou) Manga Volume One Review

I have a hard time finding a better heart-warming comedy than those involving yakuza members. Hinamatsuri was a fantastic anime a couple seasons ago that highlighted a relationship between a young homeless girl (who happened to have psychic powers) and a yakuza member. Now we have Way of the House Husband that takes the over-masculinization … More Way of the House Husband (Gokushufudou) Manga Volume One Review

What Did You Eat Yesterday? Manga Volume One Review

There are few things I love more than cooking manga, except apparently cooking manga combined with gay relationships. What Did You Eat Yesterday is an interesting take on both cooking manga and boys love, though I guess you wouldn’t call it boys love since both main characters are 40-year-old men, but you get my point. … More What Did You Eat Yesterday? Manga Volume One Review

How Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Managed to Disappoint One of its Biggest Fans

The title of this blog post makes it sound like I’m feeling a bit betrayed right now, and in a way that is true. Cardcaptor Sakura is one of my all-time favorite series. It’s one that’s been a favorite of mine since early childhood and, because of this series, I was introduced to many more … More How Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Managed to Disappoint One of its Biggest Fans