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My Funko Pop Wish List

My Funko Pop Wish List

So in the last few years, Funko Pop figures have become absolutely massive, and you now see them everywhere. At first I couldn’t see what all the fuss was about, but gradually they’ve started to grow on me, with their massive heads and weird beady eyes! Plus the range of characters you can get now is insane, and so inevitably there’s been quite a few I’ve seen that I wouldn’t mind owning. I don’t currently have any, despite having had my eye on some of these for quite a while, but I decided that this month when I get paid, I might… Read more »

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Manga Mini Reviews: Death Note Black Editions – Volumes 2-4

Manga Mini Reviews: Death Note Black Editions – Volumes 2-4

Warning: Spoilers!  A week or so ago I reviewed the first volume of Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, and absolutely loved it! It’s the first manga I’ve read and I adored the story and the characters, and so have been on a bit of a Death Note binge since then. I’ve now read Volumes 2, 3 and 4 of the Black Editions (which each contain two of the original volumes, so I’ve technically read as far as volume 8), and things have certainly got very interesting! I need to get hold of the last couple of volumes soon because I have officially… Read more »

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Review: Death Note – Black Edition Volume 1 by Tsugumi Ohba

Review: Death Note – Black Edition Volume 1 by Tsugumi Ohba

‘The human whose name is written in this note shall die.’ I’ve been meaning to read some manga for ages, so I decided to start out with Death Note (story by Tsugumi, art by Takeshi Obata, translation by Yuki Kowalsky). I really liked the sound of the concept and thought it opened itself up to a lot of the ‘questioning what’s right and wrong’ dilemmas that I love to see in fiction. And I certainly wasn’t disappointed! Death Note tells the story of genius student Light Yagami who finds a dropped notebook that just so happens to be a Death Note –… Read more »

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