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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,

King Baby Duck chats with Adam Sheehan, the Director of Events over at Crunchyroll at last month's Anime Boston! Hear about his favorite picks, which anime he felt resonated with fans in 2018, and what's in store for its Crunchyroll Games

After diving into what he loves about the visual novel VA-11 HALL-A, King Baby Duck gives high praise for Hollywood for finally making a proper video game-based movie with Pokémon: Detective Pikachu! The music world is showing more signs of listeners

2017's Saga of Tanya the Evil took me by surprise when it first aired. The tale of a mean-spirited Japanese salaryman forced into another world as a young Germanian girl should have had red flags all over it. Instead, the

For a series that ended well over fifteen years ago, Tsutomu Nihei's BLAME! still has a lot of life left in it. A recent Netflix movie brought Nihei's series back into the consciousness of manga & anime fans alike, erasing

While Osamu Tezuka is considered the God of Manga, Go Nagai on the other hand should be thought of as the creator of practically every single popular genre of the art form. From magical girls with Cutie Honey and hardcore

Sailor Moon's time on the big screen can be somewhat questionable. Where Sailor Moon R: The Movie had its weird moments, Sailor Moon S: The Movie felt too rushed. Whatever the issues those two films had, they're practically non-existent in