Cooper D Barham

Aspiring author, marriage and family therapist, and active behavioral health technician, Cooper fills his world with God, music, videogames, anime/manga, drawing, reading, writing, and some physical stuff in between. If you ever want to talk about the big or little things of life, fire him a message. Helping others through tough times is both his passion and way of living. 'Got it memorized?'

Review: The Promised Neverland — Episode 1: 121045

By Cooper D Barham / January 13, 2019 /

Review Going into the 2019 winter season, there were only a handful of series I was personally excited to watch. Chiefly among these was the unconventional Shonen Jump hit, The Promised Neverland, which I’d started reading a couple years earlier. I walked in with a meteoric opinion of the series, and so did what I could to…

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Our Favorite Chaotic Anime Characters: The Problematic to the Simply Evil

By Cooper D Barham / December 26, 2018 /

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas otaku legions of the internet! Welcome to Geeks Under Grace’s monthly collaboration article, where the conversation is merry, the topics are riveting, and it definitely only took two minutes to figure out the headline of this article. This month’s piece covers perhaps the widest spectrum of any subject we’ve ever…

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Shonen Jump Announces Amazing New Subscription

By Cooper D Barham / December 10, 2018 /

Last Friday, Hisashi Sasaki, former Editor-in-Chief of Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan (the same guy who is in Bakuman), and ongoing staff with the American branch of Shonen Jump, made a huge announcement for the future of the company. On December 17th, 2018, they are opening a new subscription service. For $1.99 a month, you will…

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Video Games That Would Make Good Anime

By Cooper D Barham / November 23, 2018 /

Greetings geeks far and wide! Welcome to this month’s anime collaboration article, where our swashbucklin’ crew of otaku pirates tackle new waters. That is, the uncertain ocean of possibilities for which video games might make good anime if properly adapted. Each of the GUG skallywags (you can’t stop a pirate metaphor) has provided their take…

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Review: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

By Cooper D Barham / October 15, 2018 /

Producer: Studio Bones Director: Kenji Nagasaki Writer: Yosuke Kuroda (script) &  Kōhei Horikoshi (mangaka) Starring: Justin Briner/Daiki Yamashita & Christopher Sabat/Kenta Miyake Distributor: Toho Genre: Superhero, Action Rating: PG-13 A series that really needs no introduction, My Hero Academia seemingly cannot be stopped. It is the quintessential, contemporary shonen titan which has everybody and their great-grandmothers talking about it, and not without reason. With…

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