April 2018

There's a right way and a wrong way to present an entertaining series about unlikable characters. The good way is to put our leads into scenarios that bring out the jerk in them via hilarious means, which the likes of

There are times where I can't find myself second-guessing where an author is taking its reader. Questioning how far a writer will go to have their audience snared into their story is what makes the mystery of a new tale

TinyBuild Games has a bit of a history with me, mainly when it comes to whether or not I can truly enjoy any of the titles that it gets in its stable. But alas, there always seems to be something about

The month of August delivers on hot weather, but in the case of Section23 Films, a plethora of anime, Japanese dramas, and even a live-action film plan to hit our shores like the mightiest of waves. Golden hero Garo kicks off

In the wake of Breath of the Wild, a lot of indie developers have still longed for a more traditional approach to the formula left behind by the older games in the series. As such, there have been a handful

King Baby Duck chats with HIDIVE's Social Media & Community Manager Kristen Moore about the Spring 2018 streaming seasons, Dubcasts, and why 2018 will be the year of HIDIVE! Special thanks to Jay Perez for arranging the interview! We are a participant in the

King Baby Duck gets some special one-on-one time with voice actor Greg Ayres, who has been a mainstay at Anime Boston since 2005! Hear about his love for the city of Boston, why he didn't go Welsh when tackling Negi

The concept of humans being familiars isn't anything new, with series like The Familiar of Zero and Negima! showcasing the strengths and weaknesses of such a contract. However, it take a good concept to make something feel refreshing, giving new

Falling in love with a friend can be a complicated situation. It can cause tension, an overabundance of nervousness in one's mannerisms, and even the occasional rift or two between other people in your friends' circle. Such a thing can

The Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime Instrumentality, Anime Herald, AnimeLab Reactions, and Instant Radio sit down with one of the most influential rock bands from out of Japan: FLOW! Hear about their thoughts on performing around the world, their songwriting process outside