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It's been well over a year since we last saw Clementine do what she had to survive in the Season Two finale of The Walking Dead. Much had been seen, the majority of it difficult to wipe away from one's

After regretting to watch Erased as it airs on Crunchyroll, King Baby Duck welcomes TheDCD and the Fantastic Forum's Mayor Young as they review the hotly-anticipated movie Deadpool! Did the hype live up to expectations, or did Fox screw up another comic

2016 is starting off with a big bang at the Land of ESH, as we are happy to introduce a new member of our growing team: Nerd Crave! Let's have the site's founder Luey Hendrix fill you in on what he's delivering with Nerd

The Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime join King Baby Duck for this somewhat holiday-themed episode of No Borders No Race! Hear about their favorite Christmas-based anime episodes, as well as how thankful they are for [adult swim]'s early Feast of

The holiday season is just getting started, and King Baby Duck shares a quick word on why there's no such thing as a war on Christmas. Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 stays an Asia-exclusive, as our host shares why games like this

The Boomstick returns as King Baby Duck looks at the first episode of Ash Vs. Evil Dead! Plus a new card game called Buy the Rights gets a Kickstarter shoutout, and Crunchyroll releases the original manga of one of our

Travel to the land between Pendleton and Underborough, a place known as the Front Street Coffeehouse in Salem, MA. King Baby Duck sits down with Joe Haley, one-half of the duo that brings the horror-themed laughs and gags by the cavity-inducing mouthful

King Baby Duck welcomes to the show Witch Beam's Sanatana Mishra, whose game Assault Android Cactus is making waves at various gaming events and on Steam Early Access. Our host rants about Konami constantly disappointing fans, along with treating their employees like

Rom-coms are rather commonplace in slice of life, and there's usually some interplay between the two. My Little Monster is no exception to this, although it takes a path not often treaded on. However there is an unfortunate dent in this otherwise

American fans of such light-novel and anime series as The Devil is a Part-Timer, Toradora!, Sword Art Online, and Durarara!! have been waiting patiently for the release date of the PS3/Vita game Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax. Good news: the wait