Yusaku begins a Speed Duel against the Knight of Hanoi. But what awaits him within this new form of dueling?
Scooby-Doo, where are you? It turns out everyone's favorite canine sleuth has left the investigative business in order to fight against real-world monsters following doomsday. DaCrowz checks out the Scooby gang's modern look to see if this survival thriller comic is worth keeping up with or better left unread.
DaCrowz takes a break from riding atop circus hippos to surf through the digital realm of VRAINS. How does its first episode stack up to previous entries in the franchise, and what sort of future can be expected for the show?
The training camp rolls to a conclusion, but has it been a worthwhile stop before the next main tournament? DaCrowz discusses just how the camp elevates our favorite Crows.
A group of fairly idols makes its debut in Code of the Duelist. DaCrowz examines the tricks the girls are capable of and discusses how a certain few tech cards can propel them to chart-topping success.
With the battle to reclaim Wall Maria reaching its conclusion, both sides are in danger of annihilation. Does this volume deliver a satisfying resolution to the excitement and drama of this sacrifice-filled battle? DaCrowz isn't so sure.
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DaCrowz sits down with the first few volumes of this vampire story. Can this series overcome the cliches and tropes of a genre that is past its prime and stand on its own?