Burnham and Beard-Spock encounter a mystery in space; Pike confronts the Klingons and his own future.
What happens when you let four sub-par comedians off script and attempt a sci-fi comedy? The Watch answers the question no one asked.
Hobbits, Dwarves, and Elves, oh my!
For our next anime review, I’m taking on another video game adaptation of a series with over-the-top action, bullets by the barrel, and attitude to spare, and also (in keeping with the season), lots of creepy monster slaying. Continue reading →
Finally, my Tsubasa reviews are catching up with xxxHolic, with Tsubasa Volume 8. Continue reading →
The Tsubasa reviews continue with the last volume of the Oto arc. Continue reading →
Moving right along with the reviews of some of CLAMP’s less apocalyptic work, and now in its own Mokona-approved category, with xxxHolic Volume 8. Continue reading →
This week we have a fairly recent horror manga brought to the US by Tokyopop. Continue reading →
The xxxHolic reviews continue, with this volume including another significant plot development. Continue reading →
This week I’ve got a review of the next volume of X/1999, where the plot is now kicking into high gear. Continue reading →