This list is composed of characters in anime and manga who should reconsider involving themselves in romantic relationships. Because we talk about love, some say that we all deserve love. But let’s be honest, some give off nuclear levels of scare-off-the-maiden vibes.
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Dai Dark Brings Laughs to the Gore| Manga review
For a donghua that barely made a blip on my radar, I was pleasantly surprised by Thousand Autumns. Also known as Qian Qiu, this Chinese anime is weirdly good.
Juliet, You Idiot does a disservice to the topics it handles. Not only by rushing through, but by giving us an ending where it feels like the victim confronts himself.
In this story set in the underground world of assassinations, Château Dankworth is a hitman whose whole career is disrupted when she is assigned to kill Song Ryang Ha.
Dai Dark is 6 volumes and counting of absurd humour, death, immortality, and childhood all covered in gross, grimy, slimy, organic shapes floating through space. Follow along as we take you through what makes this manga so great!
With so many new titles every season, knowing what to choose start can be a hassle. Let us take the decision out of your hand by removing all the trash from the selection! Here are 14 anime that you can happily ignore this summer.
In spring, there’s been some great anime like Skip and Loafer and Mashle. But wow, there’s been a lot of misses this season. Here are couple of hopefuls that fell flat.
They treated this like a typical action movie and it shows. Big explosions, guns, and sexualizing women for no reason, Michael Bay would be proud.
Tokyo in April by Haru is one of the rare gems that everyone agrees is amazing. And that’s despite the heavy topics that could have very much ruined the story if not handled properly.
Kase-san and Morning Glories is one of those OVAs you just breeze through―no thoughts needed. It’s just a soft romance with an even softer aesthetic.