As the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen comes to an end, rumours of an anime film adaptation have surfaced following the appearance of a mysterious website.

Every good thing comes to an end: Jujutsu Kaisen’s final episode will air this Friday. The anime adaptation of Gege Akutami’s manga, which was eagerly anticipated by many fans, did not disappoint. Beyond the numerous sakugas that the staff of MAPPA studio has produced, it is important to point how well they have successfully mastered the rhythm of the series. Each episode seemed to have its own distinct quality that made us eagerly anticipate the next.

Jujutsu Kaisen will undoubtedly be renewed for a second season, owing to the popularity of the anime. Two important questions, however, remain unanswered: When…


Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe, which was recently released on Netflix, might be the best way to get you hooked on Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure in just four episodes.

Promotional Picture for Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe.

It’s difficult to recommend Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure to anyone who isn’t an anime fan. The fact that it is a long tale does complicate matters, in addition to being very eccentric from an external point of view. Netflix takes into account the tastes of its subscribers in order to make their upcoming shows according to the shows that are already available on the site. Therefore, seeing a flood of TV shows set in the 80’s right after Stranger Things’ first season is not a surprise given how famous the latter was at the time. Similarly, since viewers nowadays are more…


Seido High School Baseball Team. (Diamon No Ace, Yuji Terajima)

“We need to get stronger. For all those who weren’t chosen. » Yūki Tetsuya

In 2014 was released Whiplash. This movie relates how a gifted drummer named Andrew Neiman came to enrol in at Shaffer, an impressive jazz band led by Terence Fletcher. Ruthless, the latter does hold his troop with an iron fist. Neiman is not exempt from this scheme. Aware of how talented Neiman can be, Fletcher will not hesitate to push him to his limit to draw the best of him. …


Anime. Released in December 2019 in Japan, the second movie based on Horikoshi’s manga has shown to fans an amazing written story, successfully concluded by one of the greatest battle scenes of the genre.

Longhope Philia in the background, Two Heroes’ ending showed All Might giving a worried look to Midoriya after the harsh fight won against Wolfram, the main villain of the movie. Obvious for many fans of the series, this look could be sum up in one sentence: “Today, I’ve been able to fight alongside you but, you’ll soon be on your own against whatever threat you may face in the future”.

And this is exactly what Heroes: Rising is all about. While Two Heroes — the first movie of the franchise — incorporated the Symbol of Peace as one of its…


« When was the last you listened to someone, or someone really listened to you? »

I kind of thought I was a good listener before I plunged myself into this book. I like to stay silent when someone speaks to me. In the same way, I have the habit to say ‘hm hm’ or ‘oh okay’ to signal to my interlocutor that I am following what he’s trying to tell me. As a result, I thought I was competent enough to place ‘listening’ on my CV as an ability.

The issue is that what I’ve done so far is…


Like The Man in the High Castle, Hunters is an alternative historical TV show. While the former focuses on how the World would have turned out if the Axis would have won the Second World War, Amazon Studio turned its attention towards Operation Paperclip.

At the end of the Second World War, while the world had not even recovered from the bloodiest war in human history, nations were once again going to be involved in a new conflict: The Cold War.

It is a secret for no one that the U.S and the Soviet Union were different from one another…


The anthology that will make you say ‘miskine’ at the end.

There are of these anthologies that can be remembered years later. In France, La Parure (The Necklace) by Guy de Maupassant appears to belong to this category since the latter is usually given to read in secondary school (between the years 9 and 10).

Maupassant wrote tons of anthologies, to the point of being reminded just for this feat. Amongst them, we find Le Papa de Simon (Simon’s Dad), Rouerie (Craftiness), Boule de Suif — which is often regarded as his reference — and La Parure. …


You who live safe

In your warm houses,

You who find, returning in the evening,

Hot food and friendly faces;

Consider if this a man

Who works in the mud

Who does not know peace​

Who figts for a scrap of bread

Who dies because of a yes or a no.

Consider if this a woman,

Without hair and without name

With no more strenght to remember,

Her eyes empty and her womb cold

Like a frog in winter.

Medidate that this came about;

I commend these words to you.

Carve them in your hearts

At home, in the street,


Speculations among fans have turned out to be true.

Haikyuu!! chapter 370 page colour (Haruichi Furudate, 2019).

Furudate had yet to make it official, and it is now all done: Haikyuu!! will officially end with Chapter 402 in the Weekly Shonen Jump Issue 33 — being in two chapters. This ending announcement is far from being a surprise. In addition to having announced that the current arc began in November 2019 was going to be the last one, Haruichi Furudate — the author of Haikyuu!! — recently stated that his manga had reached its climax in the latest chapter showing off the match opposing Hinata’s Black Jackals to Kagayama’s Schweiden Adlers.

On their side, fans widely based…


Spider-Man throws in the towel. At least in Japan.

Even famous Marvel comic struggle to make a breakthrough within the Manga universe. Spider-Man is the last example of that to date. Despite an original and well-drawn story, Spider-Man Fake Red — the official manga based on Marvel Spider-Man for Playstation 4 — has officially ceased its serialization after 15 chapters, scenarist/drawer Yūsūke Ōsawa has announced via his Twitter account;

Began in November 2019, his author said ‘to be quite disappointed’. Exclusively available digitally, Ōsawa did not enjoy for long the good debut of his first volume. …

Yannick Ondoa

“No one is flawless. Like everyone, I fart and poop and I sometimes play badly. That’s it” Akihito Ninomiya

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