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PAX East 2023 work is done, but King Baby Duck is still deep in his work for Anime Boston! So today, he's spinning some songs from classic and current anime! From the Lovely Angels and Spike Spiegel to a gender-changing

King Baby Duck took on PAX East 2023 with great tenacity, and he's got the audio to prove it! Join our host as he chats with many developers on the con floor (and maybe one or two in a different

PAX East 2023 has come and gone, but King Baby Duck is still working hard on its coverage! (Well, actually, at the time of this recording, he was preparing for the con!) At any rate, today's No Borders No Race

King Baby Duck rekindles his love for the web comic Swan Boy, whereas Mel Brooks's History of the World, Part Two shows why nostalgia can be both good and bad. Manual Cinema brings a new take on Frankenstein to the

The annual South By Southwest Festival is just around the corner, and King Baby Duck's got you covered! Over a dozen Japanese acts (and a couple of Boston ones) are on display, with the where's and when's people can see

After complaining about the MBTA for the umpteenth time, King Baby Duck finds plenty of heart in the new sport anime Ippon Again! Two thieving teams join forces in Lupin The 3rd Vs. Cat's Eye, with mixed results. And on

King Baby Duck is just about recovered from COVID, which is good because he needs the energy to discuss what's on No Borders No Race! HBO Max's Velma is universally hated, with our host sharing some recommendations for better cartoons

King Baby Duck tried his very best to avoid it, but COVID finally got him! Although he's recovered, he still needs a breather from it. Hence why this week's No Borders No Race is all about the music. However, he

It's been two years since Wicked Anime recorded their own episode, but the wait is finally over! AFLM, JonStar, King Baby Duck, and EliteFourDerek reconvene for their (should've been) annual Wickies awards show! But they're not alone, as they welcome

2023 may be here, but King Baby Duck is going back a few days to look at the best that Japan had to offer in 2022! From pop to metal, a plethora of genres are showcased in this year's best-of