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April 2017

It's the first interview special recorded at Anime Boston 2017, and we start off with a bang with the man behind the voice of the Prince of all Saiyans! Join the Boston Bastard Brigade, Wicked Anime, WAMC Northeast Public Radio, Operation

The Touhou series has seen many titles since its PC-98 days, but it's only recently that the humble doujin franchise has seen any kind of release in the West. It's a good thing that even the spin-off console titles are making

Spring is in the air, which means it's time for a new season of anime from Sentai Filmworks! Eight new series are due to premiere all throughout the month, with the majority of them made exclusive to Amazon's Anime Strike

Anime Boston 2017 may be over, but the coverage is just getting started! Join King Baby Duck, D-ROCK, Andrew & Jonathan Fleming, 42Believer, Dakota Broskie, Victoria, and Tehmsu (and a wee bit of Christine) in the first part of our

As the snow was falling hard outside the Hynes Convention Center, the anticipation was heating up for the premiere of Sentai Filmworks' latest acquisition Anonymous Noise. Held in the Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton Hotel, the first episode of Brain's

The Atelier series are fun games, but it's not much of a secret that they are largely not all that different from each other. Almost sensing this, Gust has decided to switch up the formula for their latest entry, Atelier

"I've played this before." Those words spouted from my mouth less than a minute after I started playing NEKCOM's DYING: Reborn VR on the PlayStation VR. The cockroach-infested floors, the crummy bed, the clock and piano puzzle, and the rest

Sentai Filmworks returns to the dungeons of Orario, with its latest license of the long-awaited spinoff series Sword Oratoria: Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? On the Side! A reselling of the original Danmachi series, Sword

We are just a couple days away from Anime Boston 2017, so King Baby Duck has invited Wicked Anime's Andrew Fleming and 42believer of 42's Anime Reviews to chat about what everyone should check out at this year's event! Plus

The first two Danganronpa games released several years ago on the Playstation Vita and PSTV. They were great visual novels that took some pages from Ace Attorney, but had its own highly stylized art and crazy sense of humor. The games