A hyper-realistic line of Sailor Moon dolls have taken the fandom by storm—but how much are fans willing to pay for a perfect replica of their favorite characters?
In this article, I take a look at Pretty Cure/Precure, a famous magical girl anime that has underperformed outside of Japan. Specifically, we'll examine its rough history in the States as the Netflix dub "Glitter Force" and how Crunchyroll intends to bring it back.
We look at some of the best guilty pleasure manga from the shoujo (girls') genre to read on your summer break.
In "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes," Suzanne Collins takes us all to Panem once again with a thought-provoking prequel told from President Snow's perspective.
I look at some of the best manga for '90s girls, '90s guys, and '90s kids at heart.
In this article, I examine seven overlooked young adult novels and series and discuss the various audiences they might appeal to.
I take a look at the first season of Beastars, a promising new anime licensed by Netflix.
We take a look at Studio Trigger's newest anime hit, Promare, and see if it lives up to its immense hype.
Madeline Miller's second novel, "Circe," is a fascinating look at the infamous witch and her struggle to find herself among gods and mortals.
Bestselling young adult author Marissa Meyer hits it out of the park once again with this fascinating look into the backstory of the Queen of Hearts.
I take a look at one of Netflix's latest true crime offerings, Lost Girls, and the book that inspired it by Robert Kolker. Based on the notorious and unsolved Long Island Serial Killer case, both works examine the lives of the victims and how working-class women are lured into online prostitution.