Although I’ve maintained a moderate interest in Greek mythology since I was in elementary school, I’ve never cared to consume adaptations of said mythos that would place the stories in alternative settings or alter the stories themselves to create a… Read More ›
Kaoru Mori: Anything and Something Review: Introduction Material or Extended Reading?
An Anglophile is described as a person who is greatly enthralled, to a point even obsessed, with British culture. Fellow CotBF member Franklin Raines and I personally knew and went to high school with an Anglophile. She was obsessed with Doctor… Read More ›
Kieli Review: With a Ghost and a Zombie, Off To The Graveyard Express
I rarely ever stumble upon works of fiction that take place in a remote planet that has been colonized by humans. I am not saying that the kind of story is rare, but rather that my own experience with the… 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 ›
Himeyuka & Rozione’s Story Review: Whimsical And Sweet Are Accents, Not Substitutes
I have a conceptually unique subject to review tonight; a short-story collection of Shojo manga. Now, I am not talking about a collection of manga pilots called one shots, but real honest to goodness short stories. In the past, I… Read More ›
Not Love But Delicious Foods Review: Food Priced So High That You Are Obligated To Love It
Of all the tons of manga released in the United States over the last ten years, encompassing various out-there titles, very few would go classified as the adult woman world of Josei. This manga’s demographic, constitutes an audience of older… Read More ›
Shoulder A Coffin Kuro Review: Every Journey Starts With The First Step
As a fan of hand drawn mediums, I grew to distinguish things based on the style influence of the original creators. As anyone who might have read my other articles, I have a tendency to lean on a works character design…. Read More ›