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42Believer invades this week's episode, as she and King Baby Duck chat about the new anime adaptation of Kohske's Gangsta. Plus our guest vents her frustrations over the English dub of Free! Eternal Summer, despite the talented voice actors that

King Baby Duck is excited about Ash Vs. Evil Dead, but holds caution to the wind at the announcement of a live-action Mighty No. 9 movie. Plus our host shares his first impressions of the new anime series Monster Musume:

Free Comic Book Day has come & gone, whereas the whiners over Deflategate have King Baby Duck smacking them across the side for good measure. Plans are underway for Nintendo attractions at Universal Studios, and the Splatoon demo has our

King Baby Duck returns feeling well-refreshed after recovering from reporting on everything at PAX East. Nintendo jumps into the mobile gaming realm, and Hideo Kojima's exit from Konami spells band news for the once-respected company. A trip to a local comic

King Baby Duck tips his hat to Beck for his Grammy victory, but waves his finger at Kanye West for his attitude towards the Odelay master. Excitement is in the air as Spider-Man joins his pals in the Marvel Cinematic

King Baby Duck rubs it in as he celebrates a well-deserved Super Bowl victory, and talks about why Benedict Cumberbatch may have a solid chance at Oscar gold in a couple weeks. The flaws of the movie Lupin The Third

King Baby Duck returns from New York City, where he shares his thoughts on the Broadway production of It's Only A Play, starring Martin Short and Stockard Channing, and how he found one of Osamu Tezuka's final works at a

Oh how we cheered a couple years ago. When news broke out that a new Sailor Moon series was to be created to coincide the original anime's 20th anniversary the anime world shook with anticipation. Would it capture the essence

The Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime show up to chat about their experiences with this year's Rhode Island Comic Con! The good, the bad, and brutal Street Fighter tournaments! Plus a cool company called Vinegar Syndrome is bringing back the

So let me get this straight: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders is up on Crunchyroll as we speak, along with the previous season that aired in 2012, and instead you are reading a review about it? Right now you could be