Manga

izneo Manga Reader App Review

Over the last few years a number of licensed online manga readers have popped up. Some are created by the publishers themselves while others are individual companies that host a number of licensed works on their platform. Nevertheless, there is now a lot of avenues for fans to legally access their favourite mangas and comics… Continue reading izneo Manga Reader App Review

Webtoons

#Killstagram Webtoon Review – Looks to Die For

As I was looking through my posts over the last few months, I realised it’s been way too long since I reviewed a webtoon. It’s not that I haven’t been reading any, but I keep getting distracted by games and manga. So without further ado let’s jump into my latest tantalising read. #Killstagram is an… Continue reading #Killstagram Webtoon Review – Looks to Die For

Manga

I Want To Hold Aono-kun So Badly I Could Die Vol. 1 Review

First loves can be tumultuous, intense and often short-lived. But for students Yuri and Aono even death won’t get in the way of being together. Just two weeks after dating, Aono is killed in a traffic accident but he returns to Yuri’s side as a ghost. What starts off as a sweet romance slowly evolves… Continue reading I Want To Hold Aono-kun So Badly I Could Die Vol. 1 Review

games

Interview with YAGS Developer Bob Conway

The indie game scene is such an exciting and dynamic area, so whenever I get a chance to chat to a developer I always feel very excited to hear about their experiences. Today, TwoHappyCats had the opportunity to interview Bob Conway (bobcgames), developer of the stand out hit Yearning: A Gay Story, also known as YAGS. YAGS is a coming-out… Continue reading Interview with YAGS Developer Bob Conway

Anime

Darwin’s Game Anime Review – Survival of the Fittest!

Survival and death game anime have had a really poor run over the last few years. Adaptations of manga or games tend to end up quite superficial, with death flags galore and characters appearing one-dimensional. On the other hand, you get original series which fall into cliches, trip over themselves in convoluted plots or are… Continue reading Darwin’s Game Anime Review – Survival of the Fittest!

Manga

4 Horror Manga I Can’t Get Out Of My Head

There’s nothing quite like a horror manga you can’t stop thinking about. Those scenes that replay in your mind as you try to fall asleep and questions that you mull over again and again. There’s something strangely tantalising about finding your next big scare. I’ve read supernatural horror and I’ve read gory horror, and for… Continue reading 4 Horror Manga I Can’t Get Out Of My Head

Miscellaneous

A Guide to Otaku Shopping in Sydney

When I was in high school and just starting to get into anime, find merchandise of my favourite shows was like finding a needle in a haystack. Outside of conventions, not many stores sold anime stuff, the only one near me was a stationary store called that I’m pretty sure sold unlicensed products. So I… Continue reading A Guide to Otaku Shopping in Sydney

games · Manga

Interview with Manga Artist & Game Dev Natalia Batista

Sword Princess Amaltea is an upcoming visual novel by Natalia Batista and Senpai Media Group. The game is based on a manga of the same name by Natalia, that flips traditional fairy tale tropes. In Sword Princess Amaltea, it’s the princesses that do the saving, and no princess is more kickass than Amaltea herself. Besides Sword… Continue reading Interview with Manga Artist & Game Dev Natalia Batista