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  • Only 3 More Chapters Left in Shokugeki no Soma Manga

    I discovered Shokugeki no Soma thanks to Crunchyroll’s “Passport to Japan” contest way back in 2017, and I fell in love with it because 1) it’s about food and 2) the crazy (and crazily-endearing) characters. But now the Food Wars manga is coming to an end, with the last chapter publishing this month. Read our before commenting. […]


  • Attack on Titan 3×18 Review: “Midnight Sun”

    What did I say last week about continually saying every episode of Attack on Titan Season 3 is the best episode ever? Every week just keeps getting better and better. “Midnight Sun” was an emotional gut punch after the action-heavy episodes of the past few weeks. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]


  • BookCon 2019: Queer Authors Talk Queer Love Stories

    BookCon has made an effort to diversify its panel offerings since they were so heavily criticized after their inaugural convention for not being more inclusive. One of the many panels this year that offered a diverse lineup was the “Love Is Love” panel, which featured LGBTQ+ authors discussing the need for more queer love stories. […]


  • BookCon 2019: Looking for Alaska Finally Has a Premiere Date

    John Green has been part of some memorable BookCon panels since the convention started in 2014. The Fault in Our Stars movie panel at the inaugural con nearly caused a riot, but it’s been several years since one of the best known names in Young Adult graced the BookCon stage. Now, with the Hulu adaptation […]


  • BookCon 2019: Adam Rippon Is Beautiful Inside and Out

    I’m not usually one to read celebrity memoirs, but I’m actually rather excited to read Beautiful on the Outside by Adam Rippon, which comes out October 15. Adam was both at Book Expo and BookCon to promote his new book, sitting for a panel at each event as well as signing a sampler for fans (like […]


  • Bungo Stray Dogs 3×08 Review: “The Masked Assassin”

    More than halfway through the season, and were finally coming to blows. Fyodor has struck both the Armed Detective Agency and the Port Mafia in “The Masked Assassin”, and in a very Harry-Potter-esque situation, neither can live while the other survives. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]



  • The 100 6×05 Review: “The Gospel of Josephine”

    Skaikru is finally starting to get suspicious of paradise in “The Gospel of Josephine”, and the investigation into the secrets of Sanctum has begun. But they are unaware that one of their own is no longer one of their own. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]


  • “Rocketman” Is Campy and Queer and Fun as Hell

    If you want to be delighted, entranced, and entertained by a film, you need to see Rocketman, a biopic that’s about as traditional as its subject. Full of glitz and glamour and camp, this movie is every bit a spectacle as you’d expect it to be for a movie about Elton John. Read our before commenting. […]


  • One Punch Man 2×08 Review: “The Resistance of the Strong”

    The Monster Association is after total world domination, and they made their plans known in “The Resistance of the Strong”: attack simultaneously to show strength and rob humans of any safe harbor, then find the strongest humans and make more monsters. So far, it seems to be going well for them. Read our before commenting. […]