Pacing is everything when it comes to story beats. It’s this aspect that made watching Sword Art Online hard for me back in 2012. Not only were some of its characters subpar, but a lot of the narrative dragged to

King Baby Duck is just about recovered from COVID, which is good because he needs the energy to discuss what's on No Borders No Race! HBO Max's Velma is universally hated, with our host sharing some recommendations for better cartoons

It’s hard to dislike almost anything related to That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime. The story of Rimuru and the people of his Tempest kingdom balances fantastic action, deep drama, and side-splitting comedy. These elements have helped 8bit’s adaptation

There’s a solid formula that’s found in Isekai Quartet. While its premise is simple — taking popular characters from isekai series and have them go to school together — the humor can be stellar thanks to its no-holds-barred jabs at

Since 2019, Kaguya-sama: Love is War has taken the anime rom-com world by storm. In fact, one could easily argue that each season brought a new standard to the genre in ways nobody could’ve imagined. This December, audiences will get

Laid-Back Camp is the perfect comfort food. Whether you read Afro’s original manga, watch its two anime seasons, or play any of the VR games, the bivouac adventures of Rin, Nadeshiko, and the rest of the camping club deliver plenty

The Wickies are coming back, and you can choose the nominations! But first, on this week's No Borders No Race, King Baby Duck talks about his experience at Anime NYC 2022. A show about death makes a mark on Broadway,

King Baby Duck starts off this week's No Borders No Race with an exciting con appearance reveal! Then he looks at Rob Zombie's take on the iconic TV series The Munsters! Cyberpunk: Edgerunners shows how to do game-to-anime adaptations right,

King Baby Duck realizes that there are many more stories about his Japan trip he never told, but decides to wait another day to reveal more. After all, there's a lot to talk about when Wicked Anime's Security Guy Greg

For over forty years, the Gundam franchise has showcased the art and brilliance of mechs in combat. And it all began in 1979 with Mobile Suit Gundam, the show that would launch multiple spinoffs, toys, video games, and model kits.