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March 22, 2018


SuperTokyoLand (Review)

SuperTokyoLand Top Shelf Productions, 2015 (English translation) Writer: Benjamin Reiss When bathing in that deepest of self-absorbed writing indulgence, the autobiography, there is a natural tendency for the unsophisticated towards apology, justification, or penitence. SuperTokyoLand is an autobiographical adventure of a French cartoonist’s extended stay in Japan, but has none of these things. As an

My Brother’s Husband (Otouto no Otto, 弟の夫) Goes to TV

Penguin Random House describes Japanese manga My Brother’s Husband in the following terms: Yaichi is a work-at-home suburban dad in contemporary Tokyo; formerly married to Natsuki, father to their young daughter, Kana. Their lives suddenly change with the arrival at their doorstep of a hulking, affable Canadian named Mike Flanagan, who declares himself the widower

Kengan Ashura (Review)

Kengan Ashura Ura Sunday 2012-2017 Writer: Yakabo Sandrovich Kengan Ashura is a Japanese “fighting” shonen manga written by Yabako Sandrovich and illustrated by Daromeon. The underpinning plot is straightforward. In an alternate-universe Japan, unarmed gladiators engage in combat. The contestants are backed by corporations (including banks – one fighter is sponsored by the fictional Dainippon

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