Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Volume 2

Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Volume 2

The second volume of Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? has finally hit retailers in the west. In my review of the first volume, I found the title to be charming in spite of its iffy premise, and was somewhat hopeful about the story as a whole....

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For those of you who haven’t met me, I’m kind of a yuri fanboy. I’ve been hooked on these lovely, if not sweet and often sapphic shows since I caught Strawberry Panic! back in college. In recent years with the introduction of Sakura Trick back in 2014, yuri titles...

The Art of Magic: The Gathering – Ravnica

The Art of Magic: The Gathering – Ravnica

Viz recently released their latest art book from the Magic: the Gathering universe with The Art of Magic: The Gathering – Ravnica. I’ve previously reviewed Concepts & Legends and Ixalan. I was expecting Ravnica to be similar in structure to Ixalan, and I suppose...

Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Volume 1

Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Volume 1

I often like to say that picking up an isekai light novel series is an inevitability, akin to death and taxes. Still, when looking for isekai, I want a story that’s equal parts outlandish and weird. Enter one of the oddest stories I have read, Do You Love Your Mom and...

The Art of Magic: The Gathering: Concepts & Legends

The Art of Magic: The Gathering: Concepts & Legends

When The Art of Magic: The Gathering: Ravnica is released on New Year’s Day, Viz will have published eight Magic: The Gathering art books. Seven are plane-specific: Amonkhet Dominaria Innistrad Ixalan Kaladesh Ravnica Zendikar You can find my Ixalan review here. The...

The Art of Magic: the Gathering – Ixalan

The Art of Magic: the Gathering – Ixalan

A few years ago, Wizards of the Coast and Viz Media began producing art books to cover the various sets and planes in the Magic: the Gathering universe. Zendikar, Innistrad, Kaladesh, and Amonkhet were all given the hardback treatment (and soon Dominaria). I decided...

The Art of The Secret World of Arrietty

The Art of The Secret World of Arrietty

A page-by-page look through the The Art of the Secret World of Arrietty: Page 1: Before we get to the table of contents or the introduction, we are greeted with a sketch of a girl sitting on her bed. She’s holding a pencil that almost reaches the ceiling, drawing on a...

The Art of Castle in the Sky

The Art of Castle in the Sky

Technically, Laputa: The Castle in the Sky is where Studio Ghibli got its start. Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind predates the formation of Studio Ghibli by just over a year. As it was a success, Tokuma Publishing Co. Ltd. decided to form Ghibli with director Hayao...

Konosuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!, Vol. 1: Oh! My Useless Goddess!

Konosuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!, Vol. 1: Oh! My Useless Goddess!

Well, well… this will be a first for me. I remember covering some manga-one shots back when I first started blogging, but I haven’t gotten the chance to cover any books recently. Of course, over the past few years, we have experienced a light novel explosion...

Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Volume 1: Dawn

Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Volume 1: Dawn

Space: the eternal frontier. This is the story of admiral Reinhard von Lohengramm. His mission: to unite the war-torn galaxy under his rule, to reform the decaying Galactic Empire, to conquer what so many men dreamed of conquering before. Do you believe I can seize...