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Dec 1, 2019
This manga just feels pointless, no reason for its existence.

Adapting H.P Lovecraft's final work, "The Haunter of the Dark" the manga isn't very long, consisting of four short 35~ page chapters. (It also puts one chapter towards "Dagon")

The art in the manga fits the story, realistic and grim, perhaps a little scratchy, there's not much to say about it.

The main character's motivation is a lustful curiosity for the unknown, which seems to be a common thread in these types of stories. Perhaps his motivation was expanded upon in the original story.

Cosmic horror, the fear of the unknown, of course, thrives in the unknown, using the read more
Oct 21, 2019
"This manga presents you with inoffensive dialogue that will not bother you to let you enjoy the cuteness of the girls"

This is a surprisingly underrated manga on this site, it's written by Kouji Kumenta and drawn by Yasu, of Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei and the art of Toradora fame respectively.

You can really tell this manga is written by Kumeta, it's sarcastic and witty, chalk full of Japanese culture and references, and you'll probably need to read the little glossary at the end of each chapter to understand a lot of the jokes. This is because not only are their jokes revolving anime, but idols, the manga read more
Sep 22, 2019
Galo and Lio-hen are two 10 minute ONA(s) that are to be watched before Promare.
They both give a little background into the characters and world you will see when going into the film.
If you're a fan of Trigger/Gainax, you will hear some familiar voices.

As it's a 10 minute precursor to a 2 hour film, there isn't much story to be seen, just a basic scenario to see our characters' personality and how they react.

The art is pretty good, like really nice, and as of writing this i have not seen the film yet, but i assume that the art in this film is the read more