The Tsubasa reviews continue with volume 3, as we go to another new universe. Continue reading →
DC is launching a new line of continuity in the form of hardcovers, effectively collecting an entire story arc at once. The first is out, written by J. Michael Straczynski with Shane Davis on pencils.
No really, we haven’t ever reviewed it before. Seriously. I checked.
We are now on the home stretch, with this series penultimate volume. Continue reading →
This week we finally get our first really strong connection with the Tokyo Babylon series in this, and have discovered the identities of all of the Seven Seals/Dragons of Heaven. Continue reading →
Everything is starting to rapidly run to a climax in Outlanders as we start to approach the series conclusion. Continue reading →
So, to get Manga Mondays started again, we’re going to move right along with the xxxHolic Reviews with volume number 4. Continue reading →
We’re continuing with the other half of the Tsubasa equation this week with xxxHolic volume 3. Continue reading →
This week I have a review of one of the OVA series to come out in the early 90s in the “Whisked Into A Magical World” genre–one that predates Magic Knight Rayearth. Continue reading →
This review may be a bit late – heck, I wasn’t even planning to see it – but I’d heard good things, and I’m glad I went. Consider this your nudge to not miss this one. (Note: I did not see this in IMAX. If I have the chance on a second viewing, I’d do so.)
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