Wednesday News- November 7, 2018

Why Do Edited for TV Dubs Change An Anime’s Music?-

Bungo to Alchemist Game Inspires Stage Play in February-

Dragon Quest Monsters Series Gets All-New Game, Terry’s Wonderland Smartphone Port-

J-Novel Club Teases 5 Manga, 5 Light Novel Releases-

Watch 56-Foot Goku Balloon Take His Test Flight Before the Big Day-


  • Angel Links DVD
  • Black Clover Season 1 Part 2 BD/DVD
  • Galaxy Angel Z BD
  • Handa-kun Essentials BD
  • Kino’s Journey – The Beautiful World BD
  • Negima!? BD
  • Patlabor the Mobile Police Ultimate Collection BD
  • Pokémon Sun & Moon DVD
  • Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2199 Part 2 BD/DVD


  • Anonymous Noise Graphic Novel (GN) 11
  • Battle Angel Alita Deluxe Edition Complete Series GN Box Set (Hardcover)
  • Black Clover GN 13
  • Black Torch GN 2
  • Bleach Manga Box Set 3
  • Boarding School Juliet GN 2
  • The Bride & the Exorcist Knight GN 2
  • Can I Kiss You Every Day? GN 1 (Digital Only)
  • Can You Just Die, My Darling? GN 6 (Digital Only)
  • Chihayafuru GN 12 (Digital Only)
  • Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba GN 3
  • Dr. Stone GN 2
  • Dragon Ball That Time I Got Reincarnated as Yamcha! GN 1
  • The Dungeon of Black Company GN 2
  • Edens Zero GN 1
  • Frau Faust GN 5 (Digital Only)
  • Haikyu!! GN 29
  • Happiness GN 8
  • I am a Hero Omnibus GN 8
  • Idol Dreams GN 5
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 3 Stardust Crusaders GN 9 (Hardcover)
  • Kaguya-sama: Love is War GN 5
  • Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid GN 7
  • My Boy in Blue GN 4 (Digital Only)
  • One Piece GN 88
  • Peach Girl Next GN 3 (Digital Only)
  • Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Side: P4 GN 4
  • Short Cake Cake GN 2
  • Sorry For My Familiar GN 3
  • Summer Wars Complete Edition GN
  • The Testament of Sister New Devil Storm! GN 5
  • Yokai Girls GN 5
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V GN 4


  • Amagi Brilliant Park Novel 2 (Digital Only)
  • emeth: Island of Golems Novel (Digital Only)
  • The Master of Ragnarok & Blesser of Einherjar Novel 4 (Digital Only)
  • Monster Girl Doctor Novel 3 (Digital Only)
  • Robotech Archives Macross Saga GN 3
  • World of Final Fantasy Maxima Xbox One Game



Manga Monday- Your Lie in April

Your Lie in April, known in Japan as Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso or just simply Kimiuso, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoshi Arakawa. The series was serialized in Kodansha’s Monthly Shōnen Magazine from April 2011 to May 2015.


The Your Lie in April manga series is written and illustrated by Naoshi Arakawa, and began serialization on April 6, 2011 in Kodansha’s Monthly Shōnen Magazine. The first tankōbon was published by Kodansha on September 16, 2011, and the final volume was released in two editions, a regular edition and a limited edition, with the limited edition bundled with an OVA, and was released on May 15, 2015. The series is licensed in English in North America by Kodansha Comics, and the first volume was published on April 21, 2015.
A spin-off manga titled Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso: Coda was bundled with the release of the Blu-ray release of the anime series. It was later published in tankōbon format on August 17, 2016.


Piano prodigy Kōsei Arima dominated various music competitions and has become famous among child musicians, but also controversial. After the death of his abusive mother, who was also his coldhearted instructor who forced him to play the piano emotionlessly, he had a mental breakdown at the age of eleven while performing at a piano recital which resulted in him no longer being able to hear the sound of his piano even though his hearing was perfectly fine.
Four years later, Kōsei hasn’t touched the piano and views the world in monochrome, without any flair or color, resigning himself to living out his life with his good friends, Tsubaki and Watari, until, one day, a girl changes everything. Kaori Miyazono, an audacious, free-spirited, fourteen-year-old violinist whose playing style reflects her manic personality, helps Kōsei return to the music world and shows that it should be free and mold-breaking unlike the structured and rigid style Kōsei was used to, and as she continues to uplift him, he quickly realizes that he loves her, though she already likes Watari.
However, while performing together (Kōsei having been dragged into it by Kaori), Kaori suddenly collapses after a moving performance and is hospitalised. At first Kaori says that she is anaemic and just needs some routine testing, but this is revealed to be a lie when flashes of her past reveal her collapsing and bleeding many times before.
Finally Kaori is discharged and back to her happy, crazy-self, inviting Kōsei to play at a Gala with her. However, Kaori fails to show up on the day of the Gala, and as her health worsens, and she begins to give up on life. This time, Kōsei is the one who inspires her after playing a duet with Nagi Aiza, the pianist sister of a fellow rival of his named Takeshi Aiza. After shedding tears and listening to it, Kaori opts for a risky surgery that may kill her if it fails, just so that she can play with him one more time.
During the finals of the Eastern Japan Piano Competition, Kosei starts to play the piano, wishing that it would reach Kaori, but sees Kaori accompanying him during the play, indicating that she had died, since it was her last wish that she wanted to play with Kosei.
Kaori eventually dies due to the surgery, but leaves a letter to Kōsei, which is given to him by her parents at her funeral. The letter reveals that she was in love with Kōsei the whole time, and that her supposed feelings towards Watari were fabricated in order to get closer to Kōsei without emotionally injuring Tsubaki, who also has limerent feelings towards Kōsei. After finding this out, Tsubaki confronts Kosei and tells him that she will be by his side for the rest of her life.


Wednesday News- October 31, 2018

Hitorijime My Hero Anime’s English Dub Trailer Streamed-

New Live-Action LDK Film’s Teaser Highlights Love Triangle-

Black Clover BD+ DVD- Season 1 Part 1-

Happy Halloween- Anime Style-

Nintendo Switch Console Sales Reach 21.74 Million Units Worldwide-


  • Area 88 OVA DVD
  • Dagashi Kashi 2 BD/DVD
  • First Love Monster Essentials BD
  • Goshogun BD
  • Great Mazinger BD
  • Hitorijime My Hero BD
  • Metropolis Steelbook BD/DVD
  • Reborn! Volume 2 BD
  • Space Warrior Baldios BD
  • Taboo Tattoo Essentials BD
  • The Testament of Sister New Devil BURST Season 2 + OVA BD/DVD
  • The Testament of Sister New Devil BURST Season 2 + OVA Limited Edition BD/DVD


  • Aho Girl A Clueless Girl Graphic Novel (GN) 9
  • Animal Land GN 14
  • Anne-Happy GN 8
  • Aoharu x Machine Gun GN 13
  • APOSIMZ GN 1 (Digital Only)
  • Battle Angel Alita: Holy Night GN (Digital Only)
  • Beware the Kamiki Brothers! GN 6 (Digital Only)
  • A Bride’s Story GN 6-9 (Digital Only)
  • A Certain Magical Index GN 15
  • Corpse Princess GN 19 (Digital Only)
  • Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody GN 5
  • Demonizer Zilch GN 5
  • The Devil is a Part-Timer! GN 12
  • Dreamin’ Sun GN 8
  • Durarara!! Re;Dollars Arc GN 3
  • Gabriel Dropout GN 5
  • Hakumei and Mikochi Tiny Little Life in the Woods GN 2
  • Hatsu*Haru GN 3
  • Heaven’s Design Team GN 2 (Digital Only)
  • High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even in Another World GN 1
  • Hiro Mashima‘s Playground GN
  • If It’s for My Daughter, I’d Even Defeat a Demon Lord GN 2
  • Im: Great Priest Imhotep GN 9 (Digital Only)
  • Infini-T Force GN 3
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side: Sword Oratoria GN 5
  • Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler GN 7
  • Kiss and White Lily for My Dearest Girl GN 7
  •  Mononoke Sharing GN 3
  • Murciélago GN 8
  • My Monster Secret GN 13
  • Napping Princess the Story of the Unknown Me GN 2
  • Nurse Hitomi’s Monster Infirmary GN 8
  • Princess Resurrection Nightmare GN 1 (Digital Only)
  • Prison School GN 11
  • Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts GN 3
  • The Saga of Tanya the Evil GN 4
  • Sekirei GN 6
  • Shibuya Goldfish GN 2
  • Silver Spoon GN 5
  • So I’m A Spider, So What? GN 4
  • Spirits & Cat Ears GN 7
  • Taboo Tattoo GN 12
  • Teasing Master Takagi-san GN 2
  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime GN 8
  • Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • To Love Ru Darkness GN 7
  • Triage X GN 16
  • Val x Love GN 4
  • Versailles of the Dead GN 1
  • Yokai Rental Shop GN 4
  • Zo Zo Zombie-kun GN 1


  • The Ancient Magus’ Bride Supplement 1
  • Death Mark PlayStation 4/PlayStation Vita/Nintendo Switch Game
  • The Empty Box and Zeroth Maria Novel 4
  • Final Fantasy VII: On the Way to a Smile Novel
  • Gal Metal Nintendo Switch Game
  • Goblin Slayer Side Story: Year One Novel 1
  • Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash Novel 8
  • The Hero and His Elf Bride Open a Pizza Parlor in Another World Novel 1
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Novel 12
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side: Sword Oratoria Novel 7
  • Kingdom Hearts The Story So Far PlayStation 4 Game
  • Mirai Novel (Hardcover)
  • No Game, No Life Novel 7
  • Onimonogatari Novel
  • Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Novel 8
  • Sorcerous Stabber Orphen: The Wayward Journey Novel 2 (Digital Only)
  • Spice and Wolf Novel 20
  • True Tenchi Muyo! Novel 2
  • Wolf & Parchment Novel 3
  • Yomawari The Long Night Collection Nintendo Switch Game


Manga Monday- Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches is a finished manga series written and illustrated by Miki Yoshikawa. The series has been published by Kodansha in their Weekly Shonen Magazine since February 22, 2012 to February 22, 2017. The series has been licensed in Chinese by the Taiwanese publishing company Tong Li. On October 26, 2013, Crunchyroll announced a partnership with Kodansha where it would distribute chapters digitally to 170 countries. The series has been licensed for North American release by Kodansha USA, who began releasing the series in 2015. The series concluded in February 2017 with 28 compiled volumes. It concluded on February 22, 2017 after running for exactly 5 years.


Ryū Yamada is known as a delinquent in his high school; he has been bored of classes after one year of attending school. One day, he accidentally falls from a flight of stairs onto Urara Shiraishi, the ace student of the school. Yamada wakes up to find that he has swapped bodies with her. The two try to reverse the change and discover that kissing triggers the body swap. On the suggestion of student council vice-president Toranosuke Miyamura, they revive the Supernatural Studies club. The supernatural-phenomenon-obsessed Miyabi Itō soon joins the club. The club encounters other “witches” with different powers that are activated with a kiss. A transfer student, Kentarō Tsubaki, becomes a part of the club after nearly causing a fire to the old schoolhouse. Upon discovering the identity of the seventh witch, Yamada supposedly has his memories of the witches erased, but it instead affects the witches and the students involved. While the student council tries to impede his progress, Yamada restores the memories of the witches with a kiss, and gathers the seven witches for a ceremony where he wishes for the powers to go away. He confesses his love to Urara and they become a couple.
He is recruited to the new student council where he learns that he still has his witch copying power, but that there are more witches. Although the student council tries to shield each other from the powers while discovering and allying with the witches, they find themselves facing opposition from students controlled by the Japanese chess club, which has male students with new kinds of witch powers. The student council receives a vote of no confidence and must face a recall election. In the process of infiltrating the Japanese chess club, Yamada learns of a witch who was connected to his past. He works a deal with childhood friend-turned-rival Ushio Igarashi where he wishes for his memories to return; in exchange, Ushio would take seventh witch Nancy’s ability. When the Japanese chess club continues to manipulate the campaign, Yamada uses his copied seventh witch power to erase the recent events, but Ushio beats him to the punch and they are both forgotten by the students.
Yamada returns to the Supernatural Studies club as the school has to deal with new witches following the new school year. He also learns there are gaps in his and his schoolmates’ memories of what happened at the end of his first school year, including those of whom he was dating at the time. Yamada then tries to find out the truth of what happened. He ultimately gathers the male witches to hold a ceremony to restore everyone’s memories. As he goes through his senior year of high school, he plans to apply to a prestigious university. However, when Urara suddenly disappears from his life along with the witches powers and everyone else’s memories of her, Yamada discovers she was the original witch. Urara had agreed to the witch powers in order to have a relationship with Yamada, but on the condition that her memories of him to be erased again when she leaves school. However, when she returns at graduation, Yamada finds a way to get her to remember again.
Ten years later, Yamada has become a successful businessman and adult who is looked up to by his coworkers and keeps in touch with his high school friends, but has yet to propose to Urara. The two get married and some years later, share their story with their two children.


Wednesday News- October 24, 2018

Fairy Tail City Hero Spinoff Manga Launches on Friday-

Pokemon the Movie: The Power of Us Anime Film’s Full English Trailer Streamed-

Sentai Filmworks Licenses Kyoto Animeation’s Tsurune Anime –

Fairy Tail Final Season: Episode 3 –

New Hakuoki Musical About Kazama Chikae Debuts in April 2019-


  • 91 Days Essentials BD
  • Accel World: Infinite Burst BD
  • Accel World: Infinite Burst DVD
  • Concrete Revolutio BD/DVD
  • Endride Complete Series BD
  • Made in Abyss BD
  • Tsukiuta. THE ANIMATION Essentials BD
  • Witch Hunter Robin Complete Series DVD


  • Ace of Diamond GN 16 (Digital Only)
  • Aho Girl GN 9 (Digital Only)
  • Baki GN 5 (Digital Only)
  • Batman and the Justice League Graphic Novel (GN) 1
  • Beauty Bunny GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • Creature! GN 4 (Digital Only)
  • Defying Kurosaki-kun GN 5 (Digital Only)
  • ēlDLIVE GN 7 (Digital Only)
  • Fairy Tail: Lightning Gods GN 4
  • Flowers of Evil Complete GN Omnibus 4
  • Forest of Piano GN 1-7 (Digital Only)
  • Harukana Receive GN 2
  • Heart Break Club GN 10Is Kichijoji the Only Place to Live? GN  4  (Digital Only)
  • Liar x Liar GN 7 (Digital Only)
  • Machimaho: I Messed Up and Made the Wrong Person Into a Magical Girl! GN 1
  • Made in Abyss GN 4
  • Magical Girl Apocalypse GN 16
  • Mikami-sensei’s Way of Love GN 1 (Digital Only)
  • Mob Psycho 100 GN 1
  • Nameless Asterism GN 3 (Digital Only)
  • Plus-Sized Elf GN 1
  • Pokémon Adventures GN 23-29 (FireRed & LeafGreen) (Digital Only)
  • The Quintessential Quintuplets GN 5 (Digital Only)
  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • There’s a Demon Lord on the Floor GN 6


  • Arifureta – From Commonplace to World’s Strongest GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • Infinite Stratos GN 4 (Digital Only)
  • Kokoro Connect GN 2 (Digital Only)
  • My Hero One’s Justice PlayStation 4 Game
  • Super Mario Encyclopedia: The Official Guide to the First 30 Years (Hardcover)
  • The Unwanted Undead Adventurer GN 3 (Digital Only)



Manga Monday- Wolf Girl and Black Prince

Wolf Girl and Black Prince is a Japanese shōjo manga series written by Ayuko Hatta.


Erika Shinohara is a high school student who desperately wants to fit in a clique so she would not become lonely. However, because her clique consists of girls who have boyfriends, she has to resort to tell lies about having one herself. To make them more authentic, Erika takes a photo of a random guy in the street. Unfortunately, the guy, Kyoya Sata, turns out to be the most popular boy from her school. Erika asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend, which he agrees to under one condition: that she become his “Wolf Girl” by acting like a pet to him.

To her dismay, Erika discovers that Kyoya is far more dark-hearted than the “princely” personality he feigns towards others; he frequently gives snarks, insults, and generally has a cynical view of the world. Despite this, Erika is slowly attracted and eventually falls in love with him. Kyoya in turn softens and finds out that he is attracted to her as well, something that is cemented when Erika quits being the Wolf Girl after a misunderstanding, which he responds by “promoting” her to become his actual girlfriend.

Erika and Kyoya go through their high school years as a couple while having to face many challenges, including love rivals for each other, misunderstandings, and jealousy. They also learn to understand and change for the benefit of each other. In the process, they befriend three people who form a part of a group: Erika’s self-reliant best friend, Ayumi Sanda; Kyoya’s hot-blooded best friend, Takeru Hibiya; and the flamboyant Nozomi Kamiya, who becomes their classmate during their second year. Near the end of the series, the couple also have to face the truth of a long-distance relationship when Erika has to move to Kyoto to attend a vocational school for glass making; the two ultimately decide on working it out somehow.
Seven years after graduation, the group have attained each of their preferred professions, with Erika herself becoming a glass maker. She has also married Kyoya, with whom she has a daughter, Yuina.


Wednesday News- October 17, 2018

Yomawari: The Long Night Collection Game Collection’s Clip Shows Fireworks Festival-

Crunchyroll Streams Kemono Friends Spinoff Anime Welcome to Japari Park-

The List: 6 Spooky New Anime for October 2018-

Funimation Offers Dream Festival! Anime for Digital Purchase-

Pokemon Go Game Add Sinnoh Pokemon-


  • Dance with Devils Essentials BD
  • Heavy Object Season 1 BD
  • The irregular at magic high school Complete Box Set BD
  • Jūni Taisen: Zodiac War Season 1 BD/DVD
  • Mamoru Hosoda Movie Collection BD (The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, Wolf Children, The Boy and The Beast)
  • Monochrome Factor DVD
  • Orange Essentials BD
  • The Seven Heavenly Virtues BD
  • Snow White with the Red Hair Complete Series BD
  • Terra Formars Revenge BD/DVD


  • Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 1 Graphic Novel (GN) Box Set
  • Battle Angel Alita Deluxe Edition GN 5 (Hardcover)
  • Cosplay Animal GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • DAYS GN 10 (Digital Only)
  • Dead Dead Demon’s Dededededestruction GN 3
  • Dragon’s Crown GN 2
  • Fairy Tale Battle Royale GN 1
  • Fire Force GN 12
  • Fire Punch GN 4
  • Frankenstein Junji Ito Story GN (Hardcover)
  • Giant Killing GN 14  (Digital Only)
  • How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord GN 2
  • Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid: Kanna’s Daily Life GN 3
  • Perfect World GN 7 (Digital Only)
  • Persona 4 GN 8
  • That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime GN 8 (Digital Only)
  • To Your Eternity GN 7
  • Tokyo Ghoul GN Box Set
  • Tokyo Ghoul:re GN 7
  • Tokyo Tarareba Girls GN 3
  • The Voynich Hotel GN 2
  • Uzumaki Omnibus GN (Digital Only)


  • An Archdemon’s Dilemma – How to Love Your Elf Bride Novel 2 (Digital Only)
  • Boogiepop Novel Omnibus 1-3
  • Dark Souls Remastered PlayStation 4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch/PC Game
  • Dark Souls Trilogy PlayStation 4/Xbox One Game
  • The Ghost in the Shell Global Neural Network GN (Hardcover)
  • Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash Novel 11 (Digital Only)
  • Mega Man Official Complete Works Artbook (Hardcover)
  • The Reprise of the Spear Hero Novel 1
  • Soul Calibur VI PlayStation 4/Xbox One/PC Game
  • Warriors Orochi 4 PlayStation 4/Nintendo Switch/Xbox One Game


Manga Monday- Pandora Hearts

Pandora Hearts is a shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Jun Mochizuki. Individual chapters were serialized in Monthly GFantasy between May 2006 and March 2015, with bound volumes published by Square Enix. The series ended with twenty-four volumes having been released in Japan. It was originally licensed for an English language release by Broccoli Books, but was later dropped. It was relicensed by Yen Press. The eighth volume of Pandora Hearts was ranked 21st on the Tohan charts between March 24 and 30, 2009, and 19th between March 31 and April 6, 2009. Volume nine was ranked number one between July 27 and August 2.


Oz is the heir to the Vessalius house, one of the Four Great Dukedoms given excessive power by the country’s royalty. He lives a luxurious life alongside his younger sister Ada and valet and best friend Gilbert. This extravagant lifestyle is only diminished by the constant absence of Oz’s father Xai, who decided Oz and Ada should be raised by their uncle Oscar when they were still babies. When Oz goes to his Coming-of-Age Ceremony, he meets Sharon Rainsworth and her ominous servant Xerxes Break. Everything appears normal until the Coming-of-Age Ceremony rituals are completed and the giant clock that hasn’t worked in a century moves. Suddenly, a group of people in red cloaks known as the Baskervilles proceed to reveal themselves. The Baskervilles say Oz must be dragged into a supernatural prison called Abyss where monsters called Chains live, a place previously believed to have only existed in fairy tales. The Baskervilles then force Oz into the Abyss, claiming his existence to be a sin, although Oz is clueless as to the true meaning behind these words and the desire to acquire it becomes a driving force for the rest of the series.

Trapped in the Abyss, Oz finds out he can make contracts with Chains by drinking their blood. He does so with a Chain named Alice, infamously known as the Bloody Black Rabbit (or B-Rabbit for short), in order to escape the prison. By the time they escape from the Abyss, ten years have already passed. He is taken under the care of Sharon and Break, who he discovers are members of a Chain-research organization called Pandora that was established a century ago after a disaster known as the Tragedy of Sablier (in which the entire city of Sablier fell into the Abyss) by the Four Great Dukedoms. Wanting to understand why his existence is supposedly a sin, Oz helps Sharon and Break in their investigation in regards to the Intention of the Abyss, the ruler of the Abyss. They have the help of Alice and adult Gilbert, who has now been adopted into the Nightray dukedom and made a contract with the family’s chain, Raven. As they investigate, they learn that Alice, Gilbert, and Gilbert’s odd younger brother Vincent were involved with the Tragedy of Sablier. Additionally, they come into contact with the soul of Jack Vessalius, the legendary hero of the Tragedy of Sablier who prevented the entire world from being dragged into the Abyss after such a thing happened to Sablier. Jack was also the one who established Pandora. In the current time, he lay dormant in Oz’s body. Jack reveals that the one behind the Tragedy of Sablier was Glen Baskerville, the head of Baskervilles and his best friend.

Following a meeting with Duke Rufus Barma, Break reveals he became an illegal contractor thirty years prior and has met the Intention of the Abyss, who is in fact Alice’s twin sister. Duke Barma reveals that, according to his ancestor Arthur Barma’s memoirs, Jack has sealed Glen’s soul by placing it within his own mutilated body, split into five sealing stones. Following the destruction of two of the five sealing stones, Oz and Duke Barma trick foreign noble Isla Yura into conducting a second Coming-of-Age Ceremony for the former in his mansion, wherein one of the sealing stones is located. However, in the middle of the party, Yura and his sect start killing the guests in an attempt to reenact the Tragedy of Sablier. Although Oz and his friends manage to stop Yura’s cult from succeeding in their efforts, the sealing stone is destroyed by the Baskervilles and Gilbert’s adoptive younger brother, Elliot Nightray, is killed. This leads to Elliot’s valet Leo being taken away by Vincent, who reveals that Leo holds Glen Baskerville’s soul within him, and thus is the next successor of Baskerville clan. Blaming himself for Elliot’s death, Leo accepts his role as Glen Baskerville in order to destroy the Intention of the Abyss.

The Baskervilles and Pandora clash as Leo attacks the latter. Upon destroying the fourth sealing stone, the fourth seal is revealed to contain Glen’s head rather than Jack’s. Duke Barma then declares he has deciphered an entire code within Arthur Barma’s memoirs, which, once decoded, reveal Jack is actually the one who caused the Tragedy of Sablier. Oz then witnesses Jack’s memories. It is revealed from such that Jack’s motivation for instigating the Tragedy was to merge the world with the Abyss and be reunited with Lacie, who was the younger sister of the previous Glen (originally known as Oswald), as well as Alice and the Intention of the Abyss’s mother. Gilbert is also revealed to be a Baskerville who was originally chosen to be the next Glen a century ago. Following this revelation, Oz learns that he is actually the real B-Rabbit and used to be a sentient but still lifeless black rabbit doll that belonged to Lacie until she left him in the care of the Core of the Abyss, of whom gave him life. During the Tragedy of Sablier, Oz was turned into the most powerful Chain in existence, capable of destroying the world, by the Intention of the Abyss in order to help Jack fulfill his goal of plunging the entire world into the Abyss. Meanwhile, Oswald takes over Leo’s body and decides to go back into the past to kill Lacie before she met Jack, which would prevent the birth of the Intention of the Abyss, Oz, and Jack’s complete slippage of sanity following Lacie’s death, thus averting the Tragedy.

Accepting his real origin, Oz decides to prevent Oswald from changing the past with the help of his friends. They come up with a plan to stop the world from falling into the Abyss without changing the past by destroying the Intention of the Abyss’ body. Oz’s uncle Oscar Vessalius dies on their quest, as well as Break. Traveling back one hundred years into the past during the Tragedy, Alice tries to convince the Core of the Abyss to cut her ties with her twin sister while Oz tries to convince Oswald to reconsider altering the past and focus on helping them stop Jack instead. Alice’s words causes the Core to go berserk out of fear of being left alone, which results with the dimensions distorting even more and Oz and the rest being sent further back into the past, before Oswald and Lacie became Baskervilles. In the end, Oswald can’t bring himself to kill his sister and passes on, returning control to Leo. Using Oz’s illegal contractor seal, they reach the Core of the Abyss and manage to convince the Core to cut her ties with the Intention of the Abyss and restore the world back to normal. Oz and Alice pass away with hopeful dispositions to ensure the safety and security of the world, Gilbert promising them that he will wait for them until they are reincarnated and he can see them again. After the incident, Pandora is disbanded, the Baskervilles establish a new bond with the Core of the Abyss, and Sharon and the rest who have survived move on with their lives. Approximately a century later, Vincent brings the reincarnated Oz and Alice to Gilbert before dying in his brother’s arms. Gilbert and Oz both begin crying upon seeing each other for the first time in a hundred years, and Gilbert happily welcomes him and Alice back.


Wednesday News- October 10, 2018

Goblin Slayer Anime Listed With 12 Episodes –

The List: 10 Spooky Manga for October 2018 –

Convention Report: Anime Fest @ NYCC 2018 –

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Film Earns 1.6 Billion Yen at Japanese Box Office –

Moriarty the Patriot Manga Has Project in the Works –


  • Monster Hunter Stories RIDE ON Season 1 Part 4 BD/DVD
  • Nanbaka Part 2 BD/DVD
  • Prison School Essentials BD
  • Recovery of an MMO Junkie BD/DVD
  • World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman Essentials BD
  • Yamada-kun and the Seven WitchesEssentials BD
  • Zillion BD/DVD


  • Ajin – Demi-Human Graphic Novel (GN) 12
  • Boarding School Juliet GN 5 (Digital Only)
  • Case Closed GN 68
  • Coyote GN 1
  • Drowning Love GN 11 (Digital Only)
  • GANTZ:G GN 2
  • Himouto! Umaruchan GN 3
  • I’m Standing on a Million Lives GN 3 (Digital Only)
  • Kira-kun Today GN 1
  • Magi GN 32
  • How to Treat Magical Beasts GN 2
  • Satoko and Nada GN  1
  • Sleepy Princess in the Demon Castle GN 3
  • Spirit Circle GN 5
  • To Your Eternity GN  7 (Digital Only)
  • Tokyo Alice GN  4 (Digital Only)
  • Tokyo Tarareba Girls GN  3 (Digital Only)
  • World’s End Harem GN 3


  • Cat Quest Nintendo Switch Game
  • Disgaea 1 Complete NintendoSwitch/PlayStation 4 Game
  • Garo Makaisenki Season 2 Collection 2 BD
  • How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Novel 5  (Digital Only)
  • I Saved Too Many Girls and Caused the Apocalypse Novel 10  (Digital Only)
  • Lazy Dungeon Master Novel 2  (Digital Only)
  • Luigi’s Mansion Nintendo 3DS Game
  • NieR Automata Long Story Short Novel
  • Punch Line PlayStation 4/PlayStation Vita Game
  • Street Fighter: The Novel: Where Strength Lies (Paperback)
  • The World Ends With You: Final RemixNintendo Switch Game


Manga Monday- Noragami

Noragami is a Japanese manga series by Adachitoka. It began serialization in Kodansha’s Monthly Shōnen Magazine in January 2011’s issue. The series has been collected into eighteen tankōbon volumes as of February 2017.


Noragami started as a manga series, authored by Adachitoka and published by Kodansha. The series premiered in Monthly Shōnen Magazine‘s January 2011 issue, released on December 6, 2010, and has been compiled into seventeen tankōbon volumes between July 15, 2011 and July 15, 2016. The ninth volume was released simultaneously with a limited edition, bundled with a drama CD. Volumes 10 and 11 were released simultaneously with limited editions, each containing an anime episode on DVD. Extra chapters of the series have been published in the spin-off publication, Monthly Shōnen Magazine + since 2011 and as of November 15, 2013, they have been compiled into one volume under the title Noragami ShūishūBoth the main series and spin-off series have been licensed in North America by Kodansha USA, under the title Noragami: Stray God and Noragami: Stray Stories respectively. The first volume of Noragami: Stray God was released on September 2, 2014, with 17 volumes released as of October 25, 2016. The first volume of Noragami: Stray Stories was released in December 2015.

Noragami was the 14th top selling manga series in Japan during the first half of 2014.


Hiyori Iki is a normal middle school student until she was involved in a bus accident while trying to protect a stranger. This incident causes her soul to frequently slip out of her body, and she becomes aware of the existence of two parallel worlds: the Near Shore, where regular humans and creatures reside, and the Far Shore, where demons and human souls linger. Through her soul, she meets the strange, nameless god without a shrine, Yato. Yato is determined to make a name for himself out there by accepting any wishes for 5 yen, including Hiyori’s to fix her body. Along with Yato’s Regalia — a weapon from a human soul named by the god in question — Yukine, the trio go through many adventures struggling with their friendship, identity and pasts.