Articles Posted in the " Manga " Category

  • Naruto Gaiden – Naruto x 706 Review: Unevolving Species

    Naruto Gaiden – The Seventh Hokage keeps getting better with every issue. While we still don’t know much about the new antagonist our heroes are facing, we did get to know a bit about his philosophy in Unevolving Species this week. Ever since Shin Uchiha came into the story, I was curious about why he […]



  • Naruto Gaiden – Naruto x 704 Review: Chance Encounter 2

    The long awaited meeting finally happened in this week’s manga issue of Naruto Gaiden – The Seventh Hokage: Chance Encounter 2. While we didn’t get to know more about the mysterious figure that’s out to kill Sasuke and kidnap Salad, it was an enjoyable installment nonetheless. My predictions from last week came true and while […]


  • Naruto Gaiden – Naruto x 703 Review: A Chance Meeting

    I’m loving Masashi Kishimoto’s latest offering. The focus on the new generation of ninjas, especially Salad, is definitely a plus in my book. I keep anticipating the release of the next manga and this week’s instalment titled Naruto Gaiden: The Seventh Hokage – A Chance Meeting was no different. The Naruto spin-off makes it obvious […]



  • Naruto Gaiden – Naruto x 701 Review: Uchiha Sarada

    Part three of the Naruto manga has officially debuted, and it focused on the next generation of the Hidden Leaf Village. While we’ve already seen most of the new characters in the Naruto finale, it was good to see them fleshed out a bit more, and I can’t wait for the next installment — especially […]


  • Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky – Review

    Kakashi Hiden: Lightning in the Icy Sky is the first light novel in the Naruto Hiden series. It’s written by Akira Higashiyama and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto, the creator of Naruto. The stories in the Hiden series take place after the end of Fourth Ninja War and tell about the journey of various characters before […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul: How Low Can You Go

    I’m sure that by this point, my disappointment in Tokyo Ghoul Root A no longer comes as a surprise to anyone. As of now, the second season has one episode left, and I have been repeatedly unimpressed by the complete lackluster and unoriginality of the anime. I’m very sad to say that after being let down time […]


  • Dear Geekiary: What do you think of NaruHina and NaruSaku?

    “You guys covered a lot of Naruto manga. Now that it’s over, there’s a lot of fighting over NaruSaku and NaruHina. Where do you stand on the pairing? And why don’t you guys not reviewing Naruto anime?” Anonymous   Spoiler Alert: The article contains spoilers for people who haven’t read the Naruto manga finale yet! […]


  • Tokyo Ghoul: The Curious Case of Kaneki Ken

    Whatever preconceived notion that you have about anime needs to be set aside for a bit because Tokyo Ghoul is far from your typical anime. Tokyo Ghoul is an action/ horror genre anime that’s set in an alternative present-day Japan where ghouls (carnivorous creatures that survive by consuming human flesh) live among ordinary people. Although most ghouls choose […]