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REVIEW: The HELLSING DELUXE EDITION brings a savage and sexy vampire...

With a blood red hardcover, ribbon bookmark, and nearly 700 7"x10" pages of gruesome adventure, Hellsing is a beautiful addition to any serious manga collector’s shelves.

REIVEW: Method acting takes the spotlight in ACT-AGE

Act-Age presents readers with the mythologized complexities of method acting with plenty of drama and comedy.

REVIEW: Smashing the gender binary with cute maids in LOVE ME...

This is a must-read manga for anyone who has been searching for a thoughtful, positive representation of non-binarism in fiction.

REVIEW: Get lost in an historical lesbian liaison with GOODBYE, MY...

Though Goodbye, My Rose Garden seems at first blush that it is one of those doom and gloom queer romances, there is surprising hope and levity at play.

REVIEW: Intergenerational friendship blossoms in BL METAMORPHOSIS

This story’s power lies in making the reader consider that age, though it does highlight some key differences between people, should not stand in the way of meaningful friendships.

REVIEW: Yuri grows up in HOW DO WE RELATIONSHIP?

How Do We Relationship? is a reprieve from the endless toothless yuri series that center around ephemeral same-sex obsessions that are expected to fade as the girls involved grow into adulthood.

REVIEW: SPY X FAMILY blends espionage and family comedy together in...

SPY x FAMILY does an excellent job of balancing fun espionage action with heartwarming family moments.

REVIEW: WAVE, LISTEN TO ME! is a fun, fresh comedy from...

Wave, Listen to Me! is a beautifully rendered romantic comedy that is sure to appeal to a broad audience.

REVIEW: Taiyo Matsumoto’s PING PONG is a very different kind of...

What makes Ping Pong stand out, as with all of Matsumoto’s manga, is his artwork.

REVIEW: A MAN & HIS CAT is a soothing read for...

A Man & His Cat is a gentle, peaceful story tinged with melancholy -- ultimately a low-stakes, feel-good comic about finding a new normal on the other side of grief.

REVIEW: THE ART OF JUNJI ITO: TWISTED VISIONS is a gorgeous...

Twisted Visions gives fans a small peek into the mind of the artist, and a generous phantasmagoria to enjoy over and over again.

REVIEW: NOT YOUR IDOL tackles teen trauma and the complexities of...

Not Your Idol is a thrilling page-turner of a drama about the multiplicity of femininity and how people - and readers - see themselves.