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A one-stop-blog for Eastern and Western media both (but mostly the former) from someone who straight-up loves Japanese culture (and has been studying it, too)! Check out my reviews, and leave a comment. I’d love to hear various thoughts and opinions!

Light NovelsManga…and More!
There’s tons of light novels out there (especially isekai)! I discuss them in my NEW Weeb Reads Monthly series!I read a lot of manga as well! From big I.P.s to hidden gems! Comprehensive reviews and recommendations of all kinds!On occasion, I’ll post videogame reviews, movie reviews, discuss music (mainly Japanese of course) Western media, whatever I think might be of interest.

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Blood Like Magic: A Family Drama With a Cyberpunk Twist

I don’t consciously try to read books about racism. But when I began Liselle Sambury’s new series opener, Blood Like Magic, I was greeted with a disclaimer that basically said: “This book is about racism.” Well, let’s see how soul-grinding this one is. In Blood Like Magic, families of witches get magic by having their … Continue reading Blood Like Magic: A Family Drama With a Cyberpunk Twist


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Weeb Reads Monthly: August 2021

Well, here it is. Another irrelevant monthly post because it isn’t August whatsoever. But hey, at least being super picky with light novels means that I’m going to have glowing reviews of all of them, right? Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks? Volume 10 This could’ve been the final volume. But … Continue reading Weeb Reads Monthly: August 2021

Blood Like Magic: A Family Drama With a Cyberpunk Twist

I don’t consciously try to read books about racism. But when I began Liselle Sambury’s new series opener, Blood Like Magic, I was greeted with a disclaimer that basically said: “This book is about racism.” Well, let’s see how soul-grinding this one is. In Blood Like Magic, families of witches get magic by having their … Continue reading Blood Like Magic: A Family Drama With a Cyberpunk Twist

Well, This is Interesting: Wizardthrone — Hypercube Necrodimensions Album Review

[Writer’s Note: This review was written and completed well before the incident regarding Christopher Bowes and the members of Gloryhammer. For those who don’t know, leaked private chats from four years ago have revealed the men to be racists and sexists. I do not want to open the endless debate regarding cancel culture, and at … Continue reading Well, This is Interesting: Wizardthrone — Hypercube Necrodimensions Album Review

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