May 2013

Shinichi Watanabe, AKA Nabeshin, is a man whose mere presence can invoke smiles on just about anyone around him. With his trademark afro, sunglasses, and red jacket the Excel Saga director knows how to stand out from a crowd of

Recorded at Anime Boston 2013 King Baby Duck, Issues Guy, and JC Riley chat with Raj Ramayya and ORIGA, as they share their musical influences, what drew them to Japan in the first place, and their work in and out

The Boston Bastard Brigade, Issues Program, Anorak Ai, Wicked Anime, Toonami Faithful, and Otaku Momentum take part in a special press conference interview with voice actress Kari Wahlgren. Hear about the mindset differences between acting behind a mic and the

King Baby Duck, Phil the Issues Guy, and J.C. Riley have survived Day One of Anime Boston 2013, but only by a hairline! The horrors of the elevator drama come off the chest of KBD, and the trio chat about

A couple hours ago the Anime Music Video contest at Anime Boston came to an end. After careful picking and choosing I have come down with my picks for each category! BEST DRAMA: "Fidelity" - Wolf Children - "King" by Lauren Aquilina

The San Diego Zoo is around a hundred acres of thousands of animals ranging from birds, monkeys, gorillas, lions,tigers, and bears (oh my!), and I walked every acre of it! This place was so fasinating with all its different species

Yes, this Bostonian Bastard was in San Diego, and all I can say is this was an amazing trip to go on! For this new segment I will be going through the pros, cons, and everything else in between about

In 1997 the Sega Saturn saw the release of the sequel to the Shin Megami Tensei spin-off series Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers. A decade and a half later Soul Hackers earned itself not only a 3DS port of itself, but

As a young boy I loved Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books. From the escapades of young Indiana Jones to R.L. Stine's Give Yourself Goosebumps series I ate up just about every one of those stories and did all I could to earn every

Immersion: one of the biggest key elements to any video game. Without it, the feel of escaping to a new world from one that is tedious is non-existant. It was what was missing from 2010's Metro 2033, a decent first-person