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MANY Can Play at that Game: First Impressions of Saturday AM’s Global Manga Scene

I learned of this magazine thanks to my local library stocking the first tankobons from them. Saturday AM is one of several magazines by a small outfit called MyFutPrint Entertainment, that publish manga made by people who aren’t Japanese. I thought it was a really good idea, but it’s not perfect. For starters, serialization is … Continue reading MANY Can Play at that Game: First Impressions of Saturday AM’s Global Manga Scene

The Death Mage (Volume 1): I Don’t Think This was What they Meant by “Third Time’s the Charm”

This is a crucial post, for it is my second review of something that I have received an advanced copy of, and once again, it’s a One Peace Books publication! It’s got nothing to do with The Rising of the Shield Hero this time; yes, they publish other things, such as Densuke’s The Death Mage. … Continue reading The Death Mage (Volume 1): I Don’t Think This was What they Meant by “Third Time’s the Charm”


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MANY Can Play at that Game: First Impressions of Saturday AM’s Global Manga Scene

I learned of this magazine thanks to my local library stocking the first tankobons from them. Saturday AM is one of several magazines by a small outfit called MyFutPrint Entertainment, that publish manga made by people who aren’t Japanese. I thought it was a really good idea, but it’s not perfect. For starters, serialization is … Continue reading MANY Can Play at that Game: First Impressions of Saturday AM’s Global Manga Scene

The Death Mage (Volume 1): I Don’t Think This was What they Meant by “Third Time’s the Charm”

This is a crucial post, for it is my second review of something that I have received an advanced copy of, and once again, it’s a One Peace Books publication! It’s got nothing to do with The Rising of the Shield Hero this time; yes, they publish other things, such as Densuke’s The Death Mage. … Continue reading The Death Mage (Volume 1): I Don’t Think This was What they Meant by “Third Time’s the Charm”

Battle Dragons: City of Thieves is basically a Fusion of How to Train Your Dragon and Blade Runner

I’ve known about Alex London’s Battle Dragons franchise since it was new. However, because of the ruthless march of time, I’ve only just gotten around to checking it out. I mean, it’s a cyberpunk with dragons. I know I’ve been disappointed before, but something like this—knock on wood—can’t possibly be crap! Well, let’s FINALLY read … Continue reading Battle Dragons: City of Thieves is basically a Fusion of How to Train Your Dragon and Blade Runner

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