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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.

Sometimes television-based anime films like to end things on an open note. In the case of Teasing Master Takagi-san: The Movie, the big-screen adaptation of Soichiro Yamamoto’s hit manga, this story doesn’t just have a solid end to a great

Many would say that rock & roll evolved from the sounds of blues and folk music of the early 20th century; director Masaaki Yuasa (The Night is Short, Walk on Girl) would tell you to go back further! Before the

Nature is a double-edged sword. Sometimes it welcomes us with the beauty of its forests and flowers. Other times, nature can be deadly, with plenty of poisonous and dangerous creatures roaming its paths. The most villainous of all is the

We're one episode away from the big 3-0-0, but King Baby Duck reveals that it might be slightly delayed. Fortunately, that's something future KBD has to worry about! This week, he talks about his experience at the new Boston music

It’s amazing that we got a Fruits Basket reboot in the first place. Natsuki Takaya’s shojo manga has been considered a classic by many, and its original anime adaptation in 2001 was lauded for its storytelling and characters. But hopes

Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko arrives in theaters this weekend (which you can read our review here!), and King Baby Duck chats with its director Ayumu Watanabe. Joined by Honey's Anime, Asia Pacific Arts, Cinema Daily US, and The Daily Californian,

It’s often the kindest people that are the most gullible. Yet even when fate deals them a bad hand, those folks will still bet it all in hopes that the table’s bluffing. Win or lose, the best revenge to enact