Author Archives: Adam Capps

My Hero Academia Volume 2 Review

When I started reading My Hero Academia with the first volume, I had high hopes for the series. It seemed almost as if it was made specifically to close the gap between Japanese and American comics, and that’s something that I felt gave it more...


What Does 2016 Have in Store for Destiny?

Destiny’s final expansion, The Taken King, has been out for a few months now. Most people have probably worked their way through a majority of the base content, and for a game that’s heavily inspired by MMOs, that can become a problem. Destiny might...


New Assassination Classroom Game on the Way for 3DS in March

Namco Bandai announced the release date for the latest Assassination Classroom video game today, and the game will be out in March, if you live in Japan. The game, titled Ansatsu Kyoshitsu: Assassin Ikusei Keikaku!! (Assassination Classroom: Assassin Raising Project!!) will task the player with taking on...


The Deadly Tower of Monsters Will Have Much Free-Falling

A new trailer for The Deadly Tower of Monsters has been let loose, and it showcases a lot of our favorite director along with what seems to be a lot of free-falling action. Considering the latest trailer on the subject, I’m inclined to say that free-falling...


Witchcraft Works Volume 7 Review

Now that the latest arc in Witchcraft Works has wrapped up, things have started to slow down in a big way. Where the previous volumes have been increasingly action packed, Witchcraft Works Volume 7 takes things down a notch back to where things are normal again, or at...


Disgaea 5 Review

The PlayStation 2 was the console that really got me into JRPGs, but for some inexplicable reason I never managed to Disgaea. I know what you’re thinking. “How could you miss out on a series so popular that it’s on the sixth installment?” Yes, Disgaea 5 is actually the sixth game in...


Dressrosa Might be the Best One Piece Arc Yet

If you’ve been reading the One Piece manga the past few years, you’ll know that we’ve spent quite a while in Dressrosa, making it the longest arc in the series thus far. Two years and 100 chapters later, it’s finally starting to wrap up, and the...


Witchcraft Works Volume 6 Review

Witchcraft Works is a series that’s heavily reliant on humor, but for the past couple of volumes, it’s been steadily increasing the action as the witches wage war over Honoka and The White Princess. It’s been a pretty tense fight, and in Witchcraft Works volume 6...


Persona 5 Delayed, But There’s a New Trailer

Bad news for fans chomping at the bit to get their hands on Persona 5, it won’t be here until next year in 2016. You heard that right, Persona 5 is getting delayed, and yeah, it’s kind of a bummer. Thankfully, however, there’s a new trailer for you...


Ajin: Demi-Human Volume 6 Review

Ajin: Demi-Human has been ramping up for a while now, and while the story is still leading up to some of my favorite moments, Ajin: Demi-Human Volume 5 has a few heavy-hitting moments. Gamon Sakurai isn’t afraid to delve deep into real world issues, and it really...


ATLUS Details Stella Glow Launch Edition

Stella Glow is on the way from ATLUS this November, and like many ATLUS titles, there will be a Stella Glow launch edition for the people that pre-order or pick the game up nice and early. The launch edition will feature the following items, as per the...


The Latest Attack on Titan Game Looks Pretty Gory

We saw bits and pieces of the latest Attack on Titan game from Koei Tecmo and Omega Force when the game was announced last month, but nothing really substantial. The latest trailer doesn’t really  have much to offer, particularly when it comes to gameplay, but it...


NIS America Brings Arland Atelier Trilogy Together

If you missed out on the Arland Atelier trilogy when it was being released on the PS3 like I did, you’ll be happy to know that NIS America is now bringing the Arland Atelier trilogy together in one package for the flat price of $39.99. Like...


Ultraman Volume 1 Review

Ultraman has been a franchise for a while now, but I never really started to get into it until earlier this year with Ultraman X. With the series running since 1966 — that will be a whole five decades next year in 2016 — that’s one hell of...


Eiichiro Oda Signs on for Upcoming One Piece Film

After the latest One Piece special, Episode of Sabo, the announcement was made that a new film in the series would be on the way in 2016. That’s another anime film, in case you were worried that someone might actually think a big manga would work as a...