As a certain candy bar tagline goes, “You’re not you when you’re hungry.” Quests in the name of food can often lead towards chaos, as the likes of Harold, Kumar, Yukihira Soma, and Gordon Ramsay will attest. Even after obtaining

If there is one Shonen Jump series that’s deserving of a big screen adaptation, it’s Spy × Family. After two successful anime seasons, the time has come for Twilight, Yor, and Anya to be given the movie treatment. The bad

We've come to the end of 2023, and the Duck Amuck in Japan crew share their picks on the best, worst, and weirdest things to come out of anime, video games, music, and movies! King Baby Duck talks about a

The Duck Amuck in Japan gang gives thanks to a new episode, even though King Baby Duck's Thanksgiving food selections are very, very slim. Our Japan resident stumbles upon a secret Banksy shop close to his apartment, and AFLM's favorite

It was 1995 when Shaun the Sheep first appeared onscreen in Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave. Since then, the Mossy Bottom Farm resident has outshined his Oscar-winning pals, with a bountiful of TV series, specials, movies, and even a

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

B3, Enchanting Sorcery Productions, and Anime Herald give thanks to the Fire Nation in this Anime Boston 2023 interview with actor Dante Basco. Hear his stories about working on the films But I'm a Cheerleader and Hook, and the importance

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

I was full of happiness when Retroware announced Toxic Crusaders a couple of weeks ago. As a lover of all things Troma, the thought of Toxie and his gang getting a proper video game (you now, unlike those bad NES

Back in 2014, a short film Kickstarter caught my eye thanks to its awesome visuals and hilarious callbacks. That film was Kung Fury, and to this day it’s still a short that captured the absurdness of 80s action movies perfectly.