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There's a very big reason why Made in Abyss was greeted with much love back in 2017. Riko (Brittany Lauda) and Reg's (Luci Christian) adventure down the mysterious hole in the middle of their town was filled with much heart,

Death is something we all have to come to terms with. Sometimes we luck out and are granted a life of good health and a bountiful of memories. Other times we get hit with a Whammie of a path, filled

After lamenting about there being no SXSW Japan Nite Tour this year, King Baby Duck goes for Activision's jugular for its shady means of laying off 800 employees. But things aren't too grim on this episode, as our host praises

Go Nagai's Mazinger Z is said by many to be the series that got the giant robot craze started in Japan. After laying dormant for many years (save for its cutesy revamp in the anime Robot Girls Z), the colossal

The original Sailor Moon anime's final theatrical foray finally arrives this month from VIZ Media, with the release of Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie arriving on February 12th! Taking place after the events of Sailor Moon SuperS, the Sailor Guardians find

What's colder than a New England winter? How about being stranded near the top of the globe without any help close by? That's what happens to Mads Mikkelsen in his upcoming movie Arctic, in select theaters February 1st! King Baby Duck sits down with

The Sailor Moon movies are known for being a little bit weirder than their TV counterparts, and that's saying something. From the over-the-top villains to the kooky shenanigans that Usagi and the gang often find themselves in, the original anime

Mamoru Hosoda's Summer Wars stands as a true game-changer for anime feature films. The 2009 movie delivered some of the most heartwarming, funny, and action-packed moments in the year it was released. It was a moment that cemented Hosoda as

This year's Another Anime Convention has come to pass, but we at the Boston Bastard Brigade were impressed with this year's attendees and their cosplaying skills. Not only did we see a good mix of genres being represented, but also