Inkling Mango Review: Oyasumi Punpun

Like a lot of children, Punpun was a very inquisitive and bright kid that viewed the world  with unbridled wonder and open arms. Over time though, he eventually became sullied by the mysteries and rigors of society, and just living in general. Oysasumi Punpun by Inio Asano is a tale that explores disaffected youth, child abuse, sexual deviance, religious values, suicide, and […]

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Inkling Anime Review: One Outs

Hiromichi Kojima is an athletically-gifted baseball player with an astonishing amount of accolades to his long and illustrious career. Unfortunately, his statistical production on the field has been wasted over the years since he plays for a lowly basement-dweller team known as the Lycaons. During one of his offseason conditioning trips in the island of Okinawa, he comes across […]

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Inkling Anime Review: Excel Saga

Over time, I’ve come to expect a lot of eccentricity and absurdity in anime shows that are driven by comedy; it’s something that I really love. Excel Saga, which came out back in 1999, is an interesting take in the comedy genre since it mainly parodies various different tropes and conventions within anime in a very  […]

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Inkling Anime Review: Golden Boy

Probably the last character I’d expect to be a charming and endearing protagonist in any show is a perverted deviant, usually they make me want to roll my eyes in disgust or cringe in absolute disdain. But lo and behold, that is exactly what I got in this anime. For today’s Inkling Anime Review, I’ll be talking about Golden […]

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