The deeper Bigby digs, the less appealing of a place Fabletown becomes. Telltale's The Wolf Among Us, based on Bill Willingham's popular Fables comic series, knows how to grab both the gamer's and those watching in, and its latest episode
King Baby Duck takes a break from chatting about gaming (seeing as he's about to head to E3), and decides to focus his attention on other realms of pop culture. First off a review of X-Men: Days of Future Past
With E3 two weeks away King Baby Duck ponders what the developers in the gaming world have in store for one of the biggest events in the world. Godzilla's weight is brought to question, and the comic book Sex Criminals
These days it's the video game industry that knows how to keep its players and -- in some cases -- viewers at the edge of their seats. No developer has done that better, though, than Telltale Games, who have cornered
When we last left Clementine the young girl had made the decision to save one life over another, a common choice we've come to notice in Telltale Games' popular adaptation of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead. Soon after finding her
Bill Willingham's Fables comic has had a gigantic following, especially for those who grew up with the fairy tales of yore, so it should come as no surprise that someone out there wanted to adapt the series into another format.
Recorded at Super Megafest in Framingham, MA this past November King Baby Duck asks the important survival question to fellow con-goers, along with special guest Vic Mignogna!
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Last year's The Walking Dead from Telltale Games was nothing short of a gaming phenomenon. An amazing story, a stellar cast, a spotlight return of choose-your-own-path point-and-click adventure, and a faithful adaptation of Robert Kirkman's award-winning comic book series helped
After the launch of the PlayStation 4 KBD returns to the music realm, and explains why an Xbox One launch show isn't happening on the B3 site anytime soon. Reviews of Thor: The Dark World and Ender's Game are given,
The Fleming brothers of Wicked Anime and 42Believer grab a seat around the King's roundtable, and share their excitement over the upcoming [adult swim] broadcast of Shinichiro Watanabe's Space Dandy! Post-event reports are on the table as they discuss their