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Pocket Miku (NSX-39) Review: A great Miku synthesiser with many possibilities

This basic Pocket Miku takes it easy for newcomers while fully functional as MIDI device in a budget.

Book Review: Islam di Mata Orang Jepang

How do the Japanese see muslims, especially Indonesian muslims? Through this book, Hisanori Kato offers his answer.

First Impression: Birdmen Vol. 1

Following Kekkaishi, another manga from Yellow Tanabe has now been available in Indonesia: Birdmen. How is it like?

Review: Inferno Cop

Inferno Cop pushes otaku animation to the extreme with extremely limited animation, explosion of disjointed narratives, and literal explosions.

First Impression: Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge

Taking laziness to the next level, Tanaka-kun entertains through how he spend his school days as a listless person

Anime Review: Myriad Colors Phantom World

Though not outstandingly unique, Myriad Colors Phantom World is actually quite enjoyable and interesting to think about if you know how to read into it.

Anime Review: The Boy and the Beast and Elegant Story Telling

The Boy and the Beast, Mamoru Hosoda's latest film explores the growth of young boy and his beast mentor by learning about the meaning of strength in their relationship.

First Impression: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

Tired of fantasy-game genre that mostly consists of serious fighting? Try to laugh with Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!

Book Review: 101 Karakter Superhero Komik Indonesia

101 Indonesian Superhero Comics Characters is a welcome addition to the repository of knowledge about the world of Indonesian comics, especially superhero comics.

First Impression: Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

Anime with the most interesting plot and story development for this season; is this the hidden gem for winter 2016?

First Impression: Boku dake ga Inai Machi

As the gloomy winter-themed anime is depressingly hopeful, Boku Dake ga Inai Machi offers a story of mystery and redemption.

First Impression: Dimension W

If you like men with sideburns or female robo-assistant characters, Dimension W is for you.

Review: The Case of Hana and Alice

With rotoscoping technique, The Case of Hana and Alice tells a story how Hana and Alice meet and their journey to solve the "murder" case

Comic Book Review: Galauman Volume 1

Galauman creatively plays with themes that are familiar to the daily lives of contemporary urban youths.

Review: Digimon Adventure Tri Episode 01 – WELCOME BACK

Is there more to Digimon Adventure Tri in its appeal to nostalgia other than pleasing older fans? Our reviewer ruminates on the experience of growing up.

Anime Review: Taisho Baseball Girls

Look back at the 2009 anime Taisho Baseball Girls and how it depicts issues of gender relations and modernization through a sports story.