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The Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime join King Baby Duck for this somewhat holiday-themed episode of No Borders No Race! Hear about their favorite Christmas-based anime episodes, as well as how thankful they are for [adult swim]'s early Feast of

The Boomstick returns as King Baby Duck looks at the first episode of Ash Vs. Evil Dead! Plus a new card game called Buy the Rights gets a Kickstarter shoutout, and Crunchyroll releases the original manga of one of our

King Baby Duck tries to calm the masses as bacon is labeled "cancerous," and shares his recent experience taking part in a panel for the film Bluebirds Fly, a documentary about families with Autistic children. Then our host lashes out

Phil the Issues Guy joins in the fun this week as he and King Baby Duck chat about the couple highs and various lows to the recent demo of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. Then the new (and

King Baby Duck and the Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime sit down to chat about the release of the new film Boruto: Naruto The Movie, which played at Cambridge's Brattle Theatre! The fights! The emotions! The hookups! The screaming fan

Hey look, it's a brand-new Let's Play show! Let's hope this idea sticks around, eh? King Baby Duck goes hands-on with the beta for EA Games' upcoming game Star Wars Battlefront! This is his first time trying out the ShareFactory on PS4,

It's not every day that a terribly bad, old movie from way back when is made into a video game. Manos: The Hands of Fate at least had the distinction of being riffed on Mystery Science Theater 3000 before this game

The greatest Saiyans of the anime realm face off against our own King Baby Duck, as Sean Schemmel (Son Goku) and Christopher Sabat (Vegeta, Piccolo) sit down to talk about the new Dragon Ball Z movie Resurrection 'F'! Hear about

King Baby Duck reflects back at the days of video game shareware, a golden age where PC titles got their word spread across the world in the best way possible. Something bothers our host regarding the series Ultraman X, and

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: