Review Going into the 2019 winter season, there were only a handful of series I was personally excited to watch. Chiefly among these was the unconventional Shonen Jump hit, The Promised Neverland, which I’d started reading a couple years earlier. I walked in with a meteoric opinion of the series, and so did what I could to…

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This is my third year attending MegaCon Orlando! MegaCon is one of the biggest, all-fandom conventions in the southeast United States, regularly drawing over 100,000 attendees and inviting celebrity guests like Stan Lee and Jason Momoa. It is four days long and held annually on Memorial Day weekend at the Orange County Convention Center in…

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The results are in, geeks and otaku! The cumulative list of which anime/manga the Geeks Under Grace Facebook community considers their favorite of all time! Before we get to the list, here’s a brief statistics breakdown as well as the mode of operation used for analyzing the results. After approximately seventy-two hours of availability, there…

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**As the title implies, this post speaks towards suicide—how we consume it in media, how it functions culturally, how it affects personal experience. If this is a sensitive topic for you, be mindful of continuing.** High school was the first time suicide directly impacted my life. A minor friend of a few years had convinced…

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Note: Please be aware that this article contains some spoilers for currently-running manga, though I will refrain from mentioning anything critical to their respective narratives. Weekly Shōnen Jump (henceforth referenced simply as Jump) is the most commercially established manga magazine in the world, and at nearly 50 years of publication also boasts one of the…

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