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March 2017

I'll be honest: I initially avoided Saga of Tanya the Evil when I first got wind of it. After all, the seemingly moéfication of a World War I German soldier screamed red flags all over the place. It was when a

Section23 Films is getting summer started on the right path, as July's release announcements feature quite a lot of hotly-anticipated home releases! A classic anime comes to DVD from Sentai Filmworks on Independence Day, with the Complete Collection release of 1979's

Over three years ago, one of our buddies came on our show to promote a game he and his friend were attempting to raise funds for on Kickstarter. Now the time has come for the world to experience it firsthand! Join

There's a fine range of genres that J-POP artist miwa likes to dabble in, from the usual pop & rock fare to even the sounds of traditional folk. Her latest record SPLASH☆WORLD not only holds up to these sounds, but also puts

Getting the jump on Spring just a few days early, Sentai Filmworks has announced its latest acquisition with Anonymous Noise! Based on the manga written by Ryoko Fukuyama, Anonymous Noise follows the story of Nino (Sayori Hayami), a singer blessed with a beautiful voice

PAX East 2017 has come and gone, but we're still on the hype train from everything we've seen at the event! Join King Baby Duck as he chats with nearly a dozen people in the developer & publishing realm. Future

The pieces were all fit into place for Gabriel DropOut to be successful. Take the writer/director duo responsible for The Troubled Life of Miss Kotoura and Love Lab, add the animation squad from New Game! and Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, and

The guest list for this year's Anime Boston continues to grow, and while the names LeSean Thomas & Roland Kelts may not ring any bells, their contributions to the entertainment industry are quite noteworthy. South Bronx native LeSean Thomas is a television

It's March, and that can only mean one thing: South By Southwest Festival time! Join King Baby Duck on his annual nod to the festival that opened his eyes widely to the Japanese music scene, as we spin 13 artists

Who doesn't love dragons?! They're big, ferocious, protective, and they make the most fantastical stories far grander than they could be without them. Dragons can also be pretty cute, as evidence from the likes of Toothless and the other beasts