Stew’s Reviews: Rurouni Kenshin

Not BAMF

It’s tough having to separate an artist from his work. There are some things I enjoy—comics, movies, television shows, etc—where the product is truly amazing, but the people involved in its creation may run the gamut from politically unsavory to downright repugnantly criminal. Where do you draw the line? Is […]

Stew’s Reviews: Black Cat

Not BAMF

Boy, it’s a manga issue again already? It feels like I just did one of these, like, 9 volumes ago. TITLE: Black Cat Writer and Artist: Kentaro Yabuki Publisher: Shonen Jump Protagonists: Train Heartnet, Sven Vollfied, Eve Antagonists: Creed Diskenth, The Apostles of the Stars There are a lot of […]

Stew’s Reviews: Death Note

Not BAMF

Netflix released a live action version of Death Note not too long ago. It was… not ideal. It was one of those “Any resemblance to the actual source material is purely coincidental” situations, and while I know they had to change a fair amount to turn a manga of several […]