If there is one mangaka that I want to know about, it’s Naoki Urasawa. I am still not the largest manga reader because I haven’t sold my soul and opened my wallet for tons and tons of manga volumes. The lack of money ad space plays a part here. A thing that is sad considering … More Sneeze: Naoki Urasawa Short Stories
I know that I’ve mentioned in a post or two in the past that I’ve been reading the original Dragon Ball manga on SJ+. It was either in my Dr. Slump post here or when I compared Dragon Ball with Hunter X Hunter here. So yes, I’ve been reading it on and off and have … More Dragon Ball: When Added Context Makes A Story Better?
So this is New Years Week. Yes it is. It’s something that I’m using to my blog’s advantage. I’m using a very loose sort of thematic element to tie together two stories that really don’t belong with each other. The end of an era and the emergence of a new one. Char’s Counterattack is about … More Hikaru no Go – Learning Go For The Future
This is a new list for this year. The reason why is because I finally purchased a subscription to the SJ+ App and can I just say that it’s been life changing for me? I’ve never been much of a manga reader because I’m more of an anime person despite being a big book reader. … More Five Manga I Enjoyed Reading in 2019
Hello newcomers and people that still continue to come back to my OWLS post for the second to last month of this annoying year of 2019. It looks like my plan of not talking about my usual fair of anime for OWLS post is almost over for this year. Then I will be free from … More [Nov. 2019 OWLS Tour] Haikyuu: Failure Means Growth
Astra Lost in Space was one of my favorite shows that aired last season. I liked it so much that since its manga form is on the shonen jump app, I couldn’t help but read it as soon as I could. I didn’t read it quickly, just jumped onto as soon as I could. In … More Astra Lost in Space: A Space School Trip Goes Wrong
I know that I said this before, but I’ve never been the largest fan of sports anime or manga I suppose. I do have some sports anime that I absolutely love, yet I find myself never being fully interested when they come out. Even when I greatly enjoyed the Soccer/Football manga Days, I can’t say … More Kuroko’s Basketball: Manga Journey Thoughts
I have a question for all of you. How do you feel about adaptions of manga and light novels? Do you feel like they are always supposed to be heavily bound by source material and supposed to be accurate as possible? Do you think that adaptations should make some adjustments to the source material to … More Does Being Accurate to the Source Material Matter? What about Filler?
At first I wasn’t going to even talk about My Hero Academia because it was something I was reading outside of this blog, but I decided to change my point of view on it. I have some thoughts that I want to get out to world about it because I don’t think they are the … More (Manga Review) My Hero Academia: Volumes 1-6
Since Psyren is completed at 16 volumes, I just wanted to throw out my quick opinion on it. I’m trying my best to learn to control my pace more by attempting to read one volume a week. That is also an attempt to slow down on spending, because manga can get real expensive real fast. … More (Manga first reaction) Psyren: Volume 1