Monthly Archives: June 2017

Bleach 70 by Kubo Tite

With Bleach 70, we finally get some backstory on the most mysterious of the Gotei 13: 12th Division Captain Kurotsuchi (science division) and his Lieutenant/creation Nemu. We also get more of the backstory/battle between Jugram and Bazz-B as they confront … Continue reading

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Bleach 69 by Kubo Tite

With Bleach 69, we get two diverse story arcs. On the Soul Society side, Ichigo and his comrades are stymied by having no way to get back up to the palace to contest Ywach. But old enemies will come to … Continue reading

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World Trigger 16 by Daisuke Ashihara

I still love this series so much – even if it has been on a half year hiatus (as of writing this review) due to Ashihara’s health problems. Only 18 volumes have been published – but at least the hiatus … Continue reading

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Bloody Mary Volume 7 by Akaza Amamiya

Ok, I admit, I’m going to have to give up on Bloody Mary. I feel like I need a Cliff’s notes – I have no idea what is going on half the time. The characters oddly look like, all have … Continue reading

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Inside the E-Sports Industry by Carla Mooney

Publisher Norwood House focuses on ‘informational’ books for grades K-8. With this series of books on gaming (Professional Gaming Careers, E-Sports Competitions, E-Sports Game Design, Inside the E-Sport Industry), we get survey overviews in a picture heavy format that give … Continue reading

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The Costume Making Guide by Svetlana Quindt

If you’ve watched TV shows such as Face Off or Heroes of Cosplay, you’d probably think that creating a costume requires a whole entire workshop of strange materials and obscure tools (vac form machine anyone?). Or you have to be … Continue reading

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An Unnatural Vice by K.J. Charles

With this second book in the series, Charles is doing an excellent job of giving us mini arcs within an overarching series arc. But even more so, she’s given us a very diverse and unusual set of characters. There are … Continue reading

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