Blowing your nose doesn’t have to be boring! Take advantage of the hayfever season and soak up the snot with these cute, shojo-manga-themed tissues.
Some of the best short stories from Japanese online hangout 2Channel were recently turned into a manga by a very talented artist, with one tale in particular hitting netizens right in the heart.
Chosen by the readers, these awards represent the cream of the current crop.
The wait is finally over for Sherlock fans who have been waiting over four years to get their hands on the Japanese manga adaptation of the popular British TV series.
You won’t want to miss your chance to pick up the most recent issue of ViVi for this cute Sailor Moon pouch and mirror set!
If you’ve got a favorite series from the hit fantasy series, odds are he’s in the huge cast of this new stage version.
Yes, Togashi-sensei is finally getting back to work, with the hit manga Hunter x Hunter returning to the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in April!
Japan’s cutest superhero is back to save the world!
Trades the tiara for a blazer, and also seems to have acquired a punishing overtime schedule and some passive-aggressive friends.
Hardcore fans brave the elements and the crowds by lining up hours before start of dojinshi comic event.
Two-part extension will serve to tie comic to upcoming anime movie.
Experiment provides crucial information in the important field of panty shot research.
The classic anime and manga franchise has never had us feeling more hungry.
The techno-pop trio looks stunning in 2-D manga form!
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the manga, this themed café is sure to solve any case of the blues.
These figures will literally bend over backwards to be your new life model.
Proving that there’s nothing more refreshing than a nice, tall cup of manga.
Illustrations by creative team Clamp grace each of the seven books.
Are you an anime nerd with terrible taste in clothes? This book could be your saviour.
France-based Japanese composer, writer and director Hitonari Suji recently revealed that broadcasts of the much-loved anime Doraemon are “banned” in France for fears it would stunt children’s emotional growth.