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Andrew & Jonathan Fleming of Wicked Anime join King Baby Duck this week, as the bros reveal some big panel announcements for Anime Boston 2017. A discussion of Masamune-Kun's Revenge highlights the flaws of this anime, not to mention why

After a series gets spoiled for him, King Baby Duck complains about the lack of artistic integrity in the Grammy Awards. FX's new X-Men-based series Legion goes down the rabbit hole with its presentation, while the recent trailer for Senran Kagura:

PAX East is fast approaching, but news of E3 going public makes King Baby Duck look at the pros and cons of what could occur when the famous trade show opens its doors to the regular crowd. Castlevania gets a TV

Sony drops a big announcement regarding the PlayStation 4, and King Baby Duck gets a little overexcited about it. Then Crunchyroll gets into the cinema game, and Interviews With Monster Girls showcases some strong life lessons in a wonderful (and

Another member of a beloved Japanese punk band decides to call it quits, but King Baby Duck has a lot more to be pissed about. With the announcement of this year's Oscar nominations, our host points out a massive snub

It's back to our usual routine on a -- for once -- regular episode of No Borders No Race. King Baby Duck starts off with a special shoutout to TsuShiMaMiRe's departing drummer, followed by a review of the SpeakEasy Stage

After a successful awards show ceremony, King Baby Duck and the Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime spin fifteen kickass theme songs from the very best in anime of 2016! Plus, hey, new show logo! PLAYLIST (with anime streaming links): Asian Kung-Fu Generation

Nintendo has taken the Wii U to the back of the shed. Now, it's time to see what the most iconic gaming company in the world has up its sleeve, as the recent Nintendo Switch presentation showcased some surprising new

We send off 2016 the only appropriate way: by strapping it to a rocket and sending it to the heart of the sun, where it will experience a fiery death. The music was pretty good, though, as you've so far heard in

The year is coming to an end, which means it's time for King Baby Duck to look at the very best records of 2016! For the first time, the Japanese music scene overtakes the list, with the rest of the world