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The Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime Herald, Anime News Network, The Geekly Grind, and WEBN.TV had the privilege of sitting down with legendary Japanese rocker and actor MIYAVI at this year's Anime Boston! Hear about his work as an ambassador for the

Despite its questionable name, 2015’s Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (or DanMachi, as its Japanese name is shortened to) delivered one of the most satisfying fantasy anime in recent memory. Watching as Bell

King Baby Duck talks all things GKIDS with Lucy Rubin at Anime Boston 2019! Hear about this year's Ghibli Fest, Okko's Inn, and what's to come in the not-so-distant future! Camerawoman: Kim Cote We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates

King Baby Duck is getting pumped up for Anime Expo, but anime stuff will have to wait in this episode. Good Omens finally gets a TV adaptation, and Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has finally been brought

Recorded at Anime Boston 2019, B3's King Baby Duck chats with Hannah Trum, Sentai Filmworks' Digital Marketing Specialist, about the upcoming release of Cutie Honey Universe and the big-screen versions of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls

King Baby Duck once again laments (and bickers) about not going to this year's E3, before showcasing why Atari and Intellivision should be looked closely at for their upcoming console launches. A good rom-com like Always Be My Maybe can't

The Khmer Rouge revolution is one of the most devastating moments in 20th century Asian history. Not only did many Cambodians lose lives, homes, and their most treasured possessions, but an entire culture simply vanished in the blink of an

The cult classic Akira has been in the news again as of late, especially with the announcement of director Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Thor: Ragnarok) helming the live-action remake for a 2021 release. Now, the mastermind

After settling into his new home, King Baby Duck plays some catching-up with the anime series Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World. The arthouse movie Fonotune: An Electric Fairytale is finally viewed by its Kickstarter backer, and the new

The other shoe has dropped. Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn showcased the somewhat happy-go-lucky journey of Riko (Miyu Tomita) and the humanoid Reg (Marina Ise) as they roamed the deep abyss where Riko’s mother possibly waited. There were harrowing moments, yes,