Revolutionary Girl Utena, Sets 1-3

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Produced in the mid-nineties and based on the manga of the same name, Revolutionary Girl Utena is usually considered a “Magical Girl” anime series. The series even shares its director, Kunihiko Ikuhara, with the iconic Sailor Moon—but the similarities end there.…

My Little Pony, vol. 1: Pony Tales

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The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gang is back in comic format! Yes, they have a graphic novel series already, but Pony Tales is different: instead of one overarching plot in each book, it packs a collection of six…

The Advance Team

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Zach McKinley is a stereotypical self-described loser, a pop culture-obsessed twenty-something scraping by with a lousy pizza delivery job and a crappy apartment and a guy who is too insecure to ask the girl of his dreams to go out with him. Zach is…

The Art of The Wind Rises

When it comes to the films of Studio Ghibli, a common description of the viewing experience is that it’s like watching a painting in motion. Art books of the films are therefore akin to flipping through a museum gallery and The Art of The Wind Rises…

Green Arrow, Vol. 4: The Kill Machine

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Had someone told me two years ago that the “archer” books at both major comics publishers would be among the best in comics today, I doubt I could have maintained a straight face—yet Hawkeye and Green Arrow have carved out distinctive places in each…