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February 2017

There's a lot more posing that's due to occur at this year's Anime Boston, as JoJo's Bizarre Adventure director Naokatsu Tsuda will be attending the festivities. With David Production Tsuda has helmed the entire adaptation of Hirohiko Araki's iconic manga series, as well as

Sony drops a big announcement regarding the PlayStation 4, and King Baby Duck gets a little overexcited about it. Then Crunchyroll gets into the cinema game, and Interviews With Monster Girls showcases some strong life lessons in a wonderful (and

Are you seeking a partner in killing zombies that might've been triggered by the Umbrella Corporation? In need of $$60,000,000,000? How about a couple of talking cats to help save the world from the Negaverse? Well Anime Boston has you covered,

Since 2003 Aeronauts have been making waves in the Japanese indie rock realm. With their punk status quo and alt-rock persona, the Tokyo-based quarter has made it their mission to melt the faces off of every crowd they play to.

Video games are often a great tool used to revamp one's energy and clear the mind of the daily worries. On occasion this sort of thing can be accomplished with your run-of-the-mill first-person shooters and sports video games. However for

Another talented Japanese rock band will be gracing the Hynes Convention Center this spring, as Anime Boston has announced that OKAMOTO'S will be playing the event. Founded in 2006, the Shinjuku-based rockers became the youngest male act to ever take part

Another member of a beloved Japanese punk band decides to call it quits, but King Baby Duck has a lot more to be pissed about. With the announcement of this year's Oscar nominations, our host points out a massive snub

Sometimes a clone is just a clone. However, if the 1996 Michael Keaton vehicle Multiplicity taught me anything, it's that some clones aren't a perfect copy of the original. This is what I found when I was playing Luk√°Ň° Navr√°til's

It's back to our usual routine on a -- for once -- regular episode of No Borders No Race. King Baby Duck starts off with a special shoutout to TsuShiMaMiRe's departing drummer, followed by a review of the SpeakEasy Stage

Some time ago, it would have been unheard of that the West would have received any more Yakuza games after the the fourth game rolled out. Thankfully, the fifth game was released, and now the West is finally getting Yakuza 0