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Despite what he promised in the previous episode, King Baby Duck delivers another irregular show with a big heart & message! Our host welcomes Punks For Autism founder Steve Lombardo, who shares with us the inspiration behind the creation of

With the recent rise of hate crimes against Asian Americans, King Baby Duck gives his mic over to a few members of the community. Hear from Dame Scarlet Aznable, Ryan Omega, A. "Jinnie" McManus, and Carmillo Jo as they talk

King Baby Duck says it's time to play the music and light the lights, as The Muppet Show makes it grand return on Disney+! After reviewing Waifu Uncovered, our host discusses why video games rated "Adults Only" should have a

After lamenting on a year without conventions or any good social interaction, King Baby Duck gets the warm fuzzies over the anime rom-com Horimiya. Some wonderful fantasy arrives on Disney via The Owl House, which could be a nice alternative

King Baby Duck may be fully vaccinated, but that doesn't mean he's going to let loose without any safety precautions. This week, our host looks at the new Netflix series Lupin, which takes an interesting twist on the beloved book series.

After venting a little more steam over Earwig and the Witch, King Baby Duck goes hands-on with the video game demo for Balan Wonderworld. The anime Otherside Picnic delivers some CreepyPasta in a yuri package, and our host tries to

It's the first official episode of No Borders No Race of 2021, and King Baby Duck is more-than-prepared to take on the new year! Big laughs are served in the new Funimation series Suppose a Kid from the Last Dungeon Boonies

We survived 2020! But before we start off the new year, King Baby Duck counts down the very best records from outside of Japan! From electronica and metal to even country, our host looks at the releases that took our

The indie music scene took Japan by storm in 2020, as evident by this year's edition of King Baby Duck's top Japanese album releases! Some new faces, a couple of old ones, and even some impressive debut albums are placed

Although the world was a weird place in 2020, we should at least be grateful that there was plenty of anime to help us escape from the madness when needed. Crunchyroll played host to many of this year's best shows,