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Beastars – Volume Six – Manga Review

The sixth volume of Beastars is a lot more relaxed than the previous volume. It starts with Legoshi admitting that he was the wolf that almost killed Haru, way back in the first volume. There’s surprisingly little fallout with that … Continue reading

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Blood on the Tracks – Volume 2 – Manga Review

Blood on the tracks is a really twisted horror manga. It follows Seiichi, a shy and awkward teenager who has an incredibly overprotective mother, Seiko. After Seiichi’s cousin started to mock his relationship with his mother in the first volume … Continue reading

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Beastars – Volume Five – Manga Review

The vast majority of volume five of Beastars is set outside of Cherryton Academy. After Haru is kidnapped while preparing for the Meteor Festival, Legoshi sets out to find and rescue her. It turns out that a gang of lions, … Continue reading

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Novelist as a Vocation by Haruki Murakami

I always find it interesting to read writers (or rather artists in general) autobiographies and thoughts on their own craft, so when I saw that Haruki Murakami’s Novelist as a Vocation was getting an English translation I knew I had … Continue reading

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I’ve Finally Finished Reading Demon Slayer

It took me a long time to actually get around to reading Demon Slayer, even though I kept on hearing such great things about it. If you’re not familiar, then the story follows Tanjiro, who becomes a demon slayer after … Continue reading

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