August 2020

I was legit worried about what road Hitomi Takano’s My Boy would go after its fifth volume. Deep down, I had this great fear that the story would jolt towards an uncomfortable plotline, something that the previous volume hinted at

Combat butlers, Valkyrie suitors, and half-vampires are itching to give thanks this November with the aid of Section23 Films! Check our what’s to come below: GRANBELM Published by: Sentai Filmworks Distributed by: Section23 Films Run Time: 325 min. Street Date: 11/3/2020 Format: BD Language: Japanese with English

Back in high school, my Saturday nights were set aside for the best show on television: Spike TV’s MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge. A dubbed version of the iconic Japanese show Takeshi’s Castle, the series had people in zany costumes

The summer's going by quickly, even if it feels like it's dragging more due to the lack of social stuff happening. But that's okay, as King Baby Duck looks at two pieces of entertainment that you can stream now on HBO

When it comes to heroes, the ones we love most are the ones that have their share of physical and/or emotional scars. Batman still mourns his parents death; Wolverine deals with trying to figure out who he really is; and

The universe of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid is a vast one, but I was starting to get worried about its spinoff Kanna’s Daily Life. Its previous volume was, to be blunt, lackluster, as it was missing the charm and wit

When the first trailer for Devolver Digital and Phobia Game Studios’s Carrion dropped, I grinned with sinister glee. As a lover of hardcore violent anime, what was showcased was the chance to be the twisted creature that mows down the

A Shoreline Dream's can be described as beautiful chaos. The Barnum, Colorado-based shoegazers craft the sounds of adventurous fantasies, where dragons reign in dark dungeons as heroes rise to the occasion to slay them! It's also surprisingly soothing, like the perfect

I’ll admit: I was starting to lose interest in Jujutsu Kaisen. While I admired the story it was telling, it wasn’t doing all too good of a job of keeping up the level of excitement seen in its first volume.

Just when you think everything is hunky dory, the rug could be pulled from under you. That feeling can bring all the joy you’ve been experience to a grinding halt, even disappearing from your heart. Despite the good that comes