Even when watching a sad film or TV series, I rarely ever cry. Yet there I was, with tears running down my cheek as I watched My Clueless First Friend, the latest series from Studio Signpost (formerly Pierrot Plus). Based

King Baby Duck is excited to see some of his favorite bands before leaving Japan. He's also irked over the ones who are finally coming, but after his big move! But he's got a lot of great things to talk

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Anime and theater have had a shaky relationship for a long time. For every Astro Boy and the God of Comics, there are ten cringe-inducing Sailor Moon musicals. While many get the look and style of anime right in a

B3, Enchanting Sorcery Productions, and Anime-Zing Radio get squid ink by the barrel full in a special Anime Boston 2023 interview with voice actress Christine Cabanos. Hear about her first role ever voicing in the anime K-On!, playing crazy characters,

Winter is all about embracing the cold weather, but when it comes to the returning anime series of this past season, there’s a plethora of warmth to discover. From pop idols collaborating to a senpai and kouhai’s bond growing stronger,

After two conventions back-to-back, King Baby Duck is ready for a normal No Borders No Race episode. Hear what The Super Mario Bros. Movie got right about the legendary video game franchise, and what makes The Dangers in My Heart

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This year's Anime Boston didn't have an "it show" that everyone cosplays as, but that's okay! Instead, the con was filled with plenty of uniqueness. From pickled anti-heroes and Pokémon to chainsawed madmen, there was tons of representation on-hand for

You would absolutely be forgiven if you thought Buddy Daddies was just the My Two Dads route of Spy × Family. After all, when something becomes a major hit, there’s bound to be a plethora of imitators closely following behind.