82 articles published since October 19, 2021
About Dallas Marshall
Dallas Marshall is a long-time cook, writer, published author, and all-around eccentric. He got into the whole anime mess at the age of ten when he discovered the wild world of Pokemon and has not looked back since. He is the author of the book, Anime Adrenaline! which can be found on Amazon.com as well as a writer for the website Film Inquiry. News outlets have also stated that Dallas sightings have been reported at book stores where he can be found lurking in the horror and used manga sections.
All Might, the greatest hero in the MHA series, reveals his new methods for fighting villains and makes a powerful debut for manga and Marvel fans.
The latest chapter of Jujutsu Kaisen shows how powerful a punch can be and throws everything it has at its fans. Here's CBR's review.
My Hero Academia 393 continues the4 intense battle between Ochako and Himiko with drama and action being the core of the chapter.
Tatsuki Fujimoto is a master at subverting expectations and his latest oneshot, Goodbye, Eri, is a testament to the power of finding purpose in life.
This chapter of Spy x Family has the usual espionage drama to fans have come to expect of the series, but this chapter definitely makes heads spin.
Himiko Toga is unhinged in Chapter 392 of My Hero Academia, with her backstory revealing just how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Boy's Abyss isn't a manga for everyone, and while it features many depressing moments, it's beautiful in a pessimistic way. Here's CBR's review.
Gojo Satoru finally returns in the latest chapter of Jujutsu Kaisen. Here's CBR's review.
Tenmaku Cinema has many things going for it, but it runs the risk of becoming another cookie-cutter paranormal comedy.
Shinkai's latest work, Suzume is one of the best road trip movies out there, despite biting off of a bit more than the film can chew.
Kaiju No. 8 continues with an exhilarating new entry, with an almost frustratingly well-executed cliffhanger to tease Chapter 84.
While it may not be the most solid of Junji Ito's work, Tombs is still a scary good time that could benefit from more tension. Here's CBR's review.
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 217 just dropped, and its out-of-pocket revelations will have fans equal parts enthralled and confused. Here's CBR's review.
Chainsaw Man's introduction of the Falling Devil is one of the scariest moments in the series so far. Here's CBR's review.
The Hunters Guild is a predictable mess, but offers a particular shine to it which makes it a diamond in the rough, especially for shonen fans.
Junji Ito does it again with his latest horror outing, Black Paradox, a gruesome exploration into life, death and everything in between.
Drip Drip, the oneshot from Paru Itagaki of Beastars fame, is not for everyone but is still an interesting take on childhood trauma worth reading.
Dandadan is a peculiar manga that won't be for everyone, and it's also one of the best shonen manga to date.