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The realm of comics & manga take up most of King Baby Duck's time, as news of a Hellboy reboot has our host being cautiously optimistic about what could be in store. Deadpool gets his own animated series, and the

After a month-long break, No Borders No Race is back and in full swing! This week King Baby Duck gives a second chance to the Crunchyroll anime Kemono Friends, followed by loads of praise for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival.

Andrew & Jonathan Fleming of Wicked Anime join King Baby Duck this week, as the bros reveal some big panel announcements for Anime Boston 2017. A discussion of Masamune-Kun's Revenge highlights the flaws of this anime, not to mention why

Another member of a beloved Japanese punk band decides to call it quits, but King Baby Duck has a lot more to be pissed about. With the announcement of this year's Oscar nominations, our host points out a massive snub

It's back to our usual routine on a -- for once -- regular episode of No Borders No Race. King Baby Duck starts off with a special shoutout to TsuShiMaMiRe's departing drummer, followed by a review of the SpeakEasy Stage

There's something quite breathtaking about viewing an Ankama Animation production. Gorgeous worlds, memorable characters, epic scores, and fantastic writing have helped to showcase them as the French equivalent to Studio Ghibli. For nearly a decade, their work on the Wakfu

After getting pumped over the gameplay trailer for Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash (wait, perhaps "pumped" is the wrong choice of words here?), King Baby Duck reviews the upcoming new Bryan Cranston/James Franco movie Why Him? (out on December 23). A piece on the

Boston Comic Con gets a new location, and King Baby Duck is so excited that he might actually go next year! This year's Game Awards tips its hats to some well-deserved winners, although a couple picks makes our host wonder

King Baby Duck checks out the short anime series Ninja Girl & Samurai Master, and stumbles away from it with laughter surrounding his belly. Two new music documentaries bring the spotlight to the iconic bands X Japan (We Are X) and

We've reached yet another milestone as we hit our 150th official Podcast episode, and Jonathan Fleming from Wicked Anime and Sarah "42Believer" Barry join in on the festivities for some super-sized anime talk! The trailer for the live-action Ghost in