Previously, I have written about Josei manga and how there seemed to be no real push for them to ever reach US soil. A title I brought up before was the efforts of now-defunct Aurora Publishing, their almost complete release… Read More ›
Month: August 2012
Burma Chronicles Review: A Little Slice Of Myanmar Pie
In the comic books industry biographies and memoirs do not get much of the lime light, and therefore little to no one talks about or even brings anything up about them. I decided to take a chance and pick up… Read More ›
Alice in the Country of Hearts Review: So It’s Like a Whimsical Ghetto?
Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland have had a hand in captivating people for a long time, as well as inspiring a great deal of work based or influenced by the two books. And Japan is no slouch on borrowing themes or… Read More ›
The Mask Review: Comic Fandom! Why Have You Kept This From Me?
I found myself looking up a list of all the films based originally on comics for an article I was going to do for another site. The obvious Marvel and DC canon majority aside, I learned that there were a… Read More ›
Magic Knight Rayearth Review: Wait? I Have Seen This Before, Yet It Is Somehow Different.
I feel like recounting my first expose to Shojo manga; thus drastically dating myself in the process. Starting as a ten-year old purchasing the first issue of Viz’s premier Shonen anthology magazine Shonen Jump, I grew accustomed to a boy… Read More ›