Laid-Back Camp, Vol. 1

Laid-Back Camp may be the most quintessentially Japanese thing I’ve read this year: it features cute girls doing cute things…

Shibuya Goldfish, Vol. 1

Shibuya Goldfish falls somewhere along the horror continuum between Sharknado 3 and Jaws: it’s too competently executed to be a guilty pleasure but too…

Star Wars: Lost Stars, Vol. 1

Remember the good ol’ days when a new Star Wars movie took three years to make, and no one was…

Silver Spoon, Vol. 1

The title of Hiromu Arakwa’s latest series is a pointed reference to Kansuke Naka’s The Silver Spoon: Memoir of a Japanese…