Despite its questionable name, 2015’s Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (or DanMachi, as its Japanese name is shortened to) delivered one of the most satisfying fantasy anime in recent memory. Watching as Bell
Popular anime streaming site Crunchyroll has some huge things happening at this year's Anime Expo! From zombie girls to shonen scientists, the range of events occurring are off many a scale!
At the Crunchyroll booth (Booth #2600), fans can nab a free drawstring
King Baby Duck talks all things GKIDS with Lucy Rubin at Anime Boston 2019! Hear about this year's Ghibli Fest, Okko's Inn, and what's to come in the not-so-distant future!
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King Baby Duck is getting pumped up for Anime Expo, but anime stuff will have to wait in this episode. Good Omens finally gets a TV adaptation, and Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has finally been brought
When it comes to storytelling, it’s hard to rate French manga creator Tony Valente. Sometimes he’s capable of bringing out some imaginative fights and worlds, as well as a good chunk of humor with his characters. But other times, I
King Baby Duck talks with Jessica Portillo of HIDIVE at Anime Boston 2019! Hear about the Spring simulcast schedule, as well as what newcomers to HIDIVE should put on their must-binge list first!
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Aki Irie brings a visual style to manga that is simply spellbinding. Every page she draws is like one magical illusion after another, combining the styles of late 19th-century literature art with that of the likes of CLAMP (Cardcaptor Sakura,
Recorded at Anime Boston 2019, B3's King Baby Duck chats with Hannah Trum, Sentai Filmworks' Digital Marketing Specialist, about the upcoming release of Cutie Honey Universe and the big-screen versions of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls
Two masterminds from Throwing Muses invade King Baby Duck's lair! Singers/songwriters Kristin Hersh and Fred Abong chat about their upcoming tour, share insight about the making and songwriting on both the Possible Dust Cloud LP and the Pulsing EP, and
September may not usually be reserved for lovers, but an exception may be made thanks to what Section23 Films has in store for anime fans. Aficionados of art, photography, and even books are in full demand at the beginning of the fall