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"Dragon Ball Super" episode 40 showed the end of the inter-universe tournament.
"Dragon Ball Super" episode 39 featured the continuation of Goku and Hit's fight.
"Dragon Ball Super" episode 38 showed Hit defeating Vegeta.
"Boku no Hero Academia" manga chapter 85 is now available online.
"Shokugeki no Soma" manga chapter 160 revealed the extent of Alice Nakiri's feelings toward Erina Nakiri.
"Dragon Ball Super" episode 36 has aired on Sunday.
"Dragon Ball Super" episode 35 is entitled "Turn Anger Into Power! Vegeta's All-Out Battle."
You'd be hard-pressed to find a better example of an authentic hip-hop sound produced far from the South Bronx, then Epik High's "Watch Ya Self" their 2003 album release "Map Of The Human Soul."
On " Mijangwon," released Dec. 10, Korean-American hip-hop artist Dumbfoundead is able to simultaneously rep Western and Eastern aspects of his personality, displaying a unique perspective all the while.
On Tuesday, surviving Ladies' Code members, Ashley, Sojung and Zuny, answered the question of whether the band would survive the tragic loss of two members resoundingly in the affirmative with "Galaxy."
The more intoxicating elements of a fling with a formerly plutonic friend are explored on "F.W.B (Friends With Benefits)," released on Friday by South Korean R&B vocalist ELO and featuring his AOMG labelmate Hoody.
"Always Awake" may have been billed as a "bonus track" on Beenzino's 2012 album "24:26," but it deserves its due as some of the most creative music to come out of South Korea's burgeoning hip-hop scene so far.
Released on Feb. 3 by Korean hip-hop artists Reddy and Jay Park, "Think" is a brooding and atmospheric love song driven by chilly synths, plodding drum machines and half-sung, half-rapped vocals.
With production and hooky songwriting that walks the tightrope of being soothing while still exhilarating, "I Am You, You Are Me," released Jan. 25 by Block B's Zico, is one of the Hallyu highpoints of 2016, so far.
The bulk of the material on "Zissou," released Feb. 2 by Hwaji, could be considered experimental, but when he strips down his sound on the track "Gypsy Girl" that the Korean rapper is at his best.