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Leiji Matsumoto Working on New Galaxy Express 999 Manga

Leiji Matsumoto’s classic Galaxy Express 999 manga has inspired a live-action drama, and a press conference was held for the project this week. It turns out this isn’t all that’s in store for the series, because Matsumoto confirmed he is currently working on a new Galaxy Express 999 manga story. Here’s what he had to...

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Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest [Review]

Hajime is a gloomy teenage otaku, an antisocial video game nerd. His classmates think he’s a loser, all except for Kaori, the most beautiful girl in class … but Hajime’s too awkward to appreciate her affection, and the fact that she likes him just makes the other students more jealous and mean. “Man, I wish...

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Laid Back Camp [Review]

Having just moved to mountainous Yamanashi, plucky high-schooler Nadeshiko is eager to catch some classic views of Mt. Fuji. A late-night hiking encounter gets her interested in camping, so she joins her school’s Outdoor Exploration Club, which has only two other members. (The mountaineering club seems to be more popular, but Nadeshiko doesn’t feel up...

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Tokyo Ghoul:re Anime Gets Second Season, Manga to End Soon

Last week, we got word there would be a big announcement re: Tokyo Ghoul:re. As it turns out, there were two! First, the good news. The anime adaptation, which is currently airing, has been given the okay for a second season. That second season will begin in October. Next, the bad news: the Tokyo Ghoul:re...

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Exploring Deadman Wonderland with Creators Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Kondou

The original creators of the Deadman Wonderland manga, Jinsei Kataoka and Kazuma Kondou, were at this year’s Anime Central, giving us the perfect opportunity to learn more about their thoughts on the series, its anime adaptation, and what they’re working on now. Dig into the full interview below. Note: Unless otherwise indicated, Jinsei Kataoka provided...

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To Your Eternity Vol. 1 [Manga Review]

To Your Eternity is a fascinating manga that defies easy characterization. It opens with an orb – it. It, we are told, is more than an orb, because it can replicate any form. “I decided to cast the orb unto the Earth,” explains an unknown voice, “and observe the results.” The orb turns into what...

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Dragon Ball, Naruto, Death Note and More Face Off in Jump Force

Remember that meme about the most ambitious crossover event in history? Well, bring it back, because Bandai Namco Entertainment has just announced Jump Force, a brawler that’ll bring together Shonen Jump franchises like Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece, Death Note and more. Here’s the official description: Universes collide as legendary manga heroes and villains are...

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Grand Blue Dreaming [Review]

In Japan, the color blue signifies youth, a time of excitement and infinite possibilities. After graduating high school, Iori moves to Izu, on the coast, to go to college for mechanical engineering. “I’ll put all my effort into having the best college life possible!” he vows. “I’m going to meet cute girls, fall in love,...

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