2021/9/16 Thursday

Manga Review: Multi-Mind Mayhem: Isekai Tensei Soudouki Vol. 1

Filed under: News — Staff @ 11:32:50

Multi-Mind Mayhem: Isekai Tensei Soudouki is a new series from Ryousen Takami and artist Honoji that takes the isekai genre and puts a bit of a spin on it. A young man named Bard, who is the son of the Cornelius ruling family is very ill. It just so happens that his life is saved when two people die a samurai named Oka Sanai Sadatoshi from Japan's Sengoku period, and Masaharu Oka, an information addict who can't decide what's better dog ears or cat ears. Oka died on the battlefield while Masaharu died by our good friend Truck-kun.

Read more at The Outerhaven: Manga Review: Multi-Mind Mayhem: Isekai Tensei Soudouki Vol. 1

2021/8/26 Thursday

Boom Reviews: The Baddest Girl in School

Filed under: News — Staff @ 15:44:12

I Belong to Baddest Girl in School follows the life of Unoki, a high school boy who has always been bullied and pushed around at school. One day he finds himself taken in as the gofer to the baddest girl in his school, Toramaru, and begins to get more and more involved in her life.

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2021/8/5 Thursday

Manga Review: I Belong To The Baddest Girl In School Vol. 1

Filed under: News — Staff @ 9:07:42

I Belong to the Baddest Girl in School (Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san) is a romantic comedy involving a girl named Toramaru and a boy named Unoki. Toramaru is the top-ranked delinquent in the school and is commonly referred to as The Boss and Unoki is her property. At first glance, you would say Oh, great another Uzaki-chan or Nagatoro-san story, right? Well, you would be incredibly wrong!

Read more at The Outerhaven: Manga Review: I Belong to the Baddest Girl in School Vol. 1

2021/7/13 Tuesday

INTERVIEW: The Rising of the Shield Hero Audiobook Narrator Kurt Kanazawa

Filed under: News — Staff @ 13:50:20

One Peace Books just announced that the first book in The Rising of the Shield Hero light novel series has received an audiobook, and it's available on Audible, Audiobooks, BookBeat, Hoopla Digital, Libro, and YouScribe. Professional actor Kurt Kanazawa is the book's narrator, and he spoke to Otaku USA about his training, his approach to doing audio books, and some of his favorite anime.

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2021/7/1 Thursday

Shield Hero is now an Audiobook!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 21:37:46

f you're looking for a new way to experience Aneko Yusagi's The Rising of the Shield Hero light novels, One Peace Books just released the first volume in audiobook form. Narrated by actor Kurt Kanazawa—who recently appeared in Grey's Anatomy—the first entry in the series is available now via, with a release on Amazon, Apple Books, Audible, NOOK Audiobooks, Spotify, and other audiobooks sellers coming soon.

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2021/4/23 Friday

Anime News Network reviews I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Vol 3

Filed under: News — Staff @ 14:59:25

From its first volume, Yuki Fumino's I Hear the Sunspot has been a thoughtful, gently-paced story about two young men finding each other and learning how they want to live their lives. It has impressively maintained that tone and feeling even as the protagonists grow together and apart by turns, and the final volume of its second series, I Hear the Sunspot: Limit, is no exception.

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2021/4/13 Tuesday

Another great review for the Limit series by Bloom Reviews!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 19:01:06

I have to say, in the world of disability manga, I really do think I Hear the Sunspot is one of the best — if not the best — manga about a disability that I have found.

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2021/4/8 Thursday

Anime UK News reviews I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 3

Filed under: News — Staff @ 13:57:40

If you've been following Taichi and Kohei (and their friends) throughout the five volumes of I Hear the Sunspot, you'll be as desperately keen as I was to see if their nascent relationship has finally foundered after the heart-breaking last pages of Limit #2.

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2021/3/25 Thursday

AnimeNation weighs in on the conclusion of the Limit series!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 19:20:20

Yuki Fumino's subtly complex, resonant, and heartfelt dramatic manga series I Hear the Sunspot premiered in 2013 and has sporadically extended into five ongoing collected books. The touching series is ostensibly about the intimate friendship that develops between a pair of college classmates, one of whom suffers from hearing loss.

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2021/3/18 Thursday

Metropolis reviews My Pointless Struggle by Yohei Kitazato

Filed under: News — Staff @ 14:37:13

The secret to success in Japan's cut-throat business world? Being as selfish as possible.

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