March 2020

King Baby Duck welcomes back an old friend to the Boston Bastard Brigade realm: Bruins Fangirl Nenya! Of course, most people now know her by her real name & title: Anime Boston Chairwoman Kristen Leiding! KBD sits down and talks

To Love-Ru first made waves in Japan back in 2008, with its wanton fan-service, cute-looking characters, and okay plot. It took a couple years to make a mark in the Western anime scene, becoming a cult classic amongst fans of

A month has gone by since PAX East 2020 wrapped up, but we've still got just a tiny bit more coverage to unleash. Join King Baby Duck as he showcases eleven interviews featuring the likes of WayForward, TinyBuild, Devolver Digital, and

The problem with most shonen manga about defeating demonic entities is that a lot of them have treaded too much similar ground. Even if it’s something that’s presented with great visuals and loads of heart, it’s fairly easy to recall

Beneath the catacombs of Seattle, Washington rests the duo of Dom R. and Vanee D., better known in the scene as HALLOWS. Combining Karen O-like vocals with Bauhaus-styled melodies, HALLOWS crafts songs that tickle your spine and swipe your soul

We all have known that one annoying guy who tries to drag us into their personal world. Sometimes they wind up being misunderstood; other times, you hope they get hit by a bus and never come near you again. It’s

A very strange love triangle, a trip to Okinawa, and one of the finest slice-of-life dramedies of the last ten years are coming to our shores from Section23 Films! Check out below to see what's on the horizon! TAMAKO MARKET LOVE STORY COLLECTION Published by:

WARNING: The following manga discussed in this review is intended for readers 18 & older. In other words:   (Pic from FlorkOfCows) I’m no stranger to the world of erotic manga. Every anime convention I go to, I’m always sneaking through the FAKKU

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When you see the name Shuzo Oshimi attached to a manga, you know you’re in for a disturbing journey. His work on The Flowers of Evil was a polarizing affair, diving between the brilliantly absurd to the just-plain fucked up.