Webtoons Review: Rain: The Damned Daughter

Today we are going to chat all about the sci-fi action manga Rain: The Damned Daughter. Youcan check them out on Webtoons to read this incredible on-going story created by ChrisAnthony. But what is it all about? “We meet Rain caught between worlds crashing against eachother in constant war. Inevitably swept into the life of […]

PRIDE MONTH: Coming Out with the Coming of Age (3 LGBTQ+ Manga You Have to Read)

Ah, lovely June, the glorious month of PRIDE: One part political activism, one part celebration, the whole month is dedicated to supporting LGBTQ rights and uplifting LGBTQ+ culture, as allies and individuals of the community around the globe all gather and celebrate the diversity of human sexuality, gender identity, and love. June was designated as […]

Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. I

All Ages of Geek Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. I

Looking at the cover of Jujutsu Kaisen Vol. I it peaked my interests. Horror and the supernatural is always a great genre to read. Jujutsu Kaisen by Gege Akutami was released in December 2018 and also has an anime that came out in December 2019. I was actually unaware about the anime so I was […]

Moriarty the Patriot Volume One Review

Greetings fellow manga fans, CuriousCat-13 (Tracy) here with a special review article. I’ll be sharing with you my thoughts on the first volume of the Moriarty the Patriot and what you can expect from the story and series as a whole. This will be a spoiler-free review, so expect some vagueness in certain parts. The […]

Yen Press Launches I DON’T KNOW HOW TO GIVE BIRTH! Chapter One Review

I Don’t Know How to Give Birth! By Ayami Kazama, is a comedic and factual autobiographical comic essay about a manga artist new to the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood!  In the prologue of How to Give birth! The main character (Ayami Kazama) a young romance manga and Autobiographical comic essay artist is explaining […]

Manga Review – Venus In the Blind Spot

Legendary horror mangaka Junji Ito is best known for acclaimed series such as Tomie, Uzumaki, and Gyo. However, his newest release, Venus In the Blind Spot, offers a collection of several short works from across the writer and illustrator’s renowned career. Ten stories are featured, including seven original pieces from Ito and three adaptations. I […]

Chainsaw Man Vol. I: A Review

All Ages of Geek Chainsawman

***Spoilers*** Chainsaw Man Vol. I by Tatsuki Fujimoto with an English translation by Amanda Haley is a gore fest of fun-filled with humor and sexual tension to keep you interested all throughout the first volume. Chainsaw Man is about a young human man named Denji that initially has to pay off his deceased father’s debt […]

Manga Review – Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution

If you’re a 90’s baby like me, chances are that you grew up on Pokemon. Between the video games, the anime, and the trading card game, Pokemon was all the rage during the turn of the millennia. For fans since the very first generation, one of their earliest and most impactful memories with the franchise […]

Manga Review – RWBY: The Official Manga, Vol. 1

First off, I must confess: I have never seen the RWBY anime. In fact, I didn’t even know about RWBY until I read other other articles my fellow writers have contributed to the site. But upon delving into some research, my intrigue was immediately sparked by the show’s description. The problem was that there are […]

Why is Riki-oh not as notorious as Berserk or Fist Of The North Star?

Riki-oh All Ages of Geek

It’s a question I’ve asked myself a lot after getting back into manga. Its main character is incredibly strong and violent just like guts and Kenshiro. He’s in a different place in time meaning past or future, in this case, he’s in the slight future. He can just shrug off what would normally destroy someone […]