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It was 30 years ago today when the pillows first formed, and since that time they've garnered more fame and popularity than most Japanese rock bands would ever dream of! Join King Baby Duck as he looks back at the

After announcing the next anime convention he'll be at, King Baby Duck laments at the loss of the wonderful Cartoon Network series OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes. A nostalgic vibe hits our host's head, as he looks at the new

Ever think that video games are getting too big? King Baby Duck thinks so, as he tells us why the AAA gaming industry needs to hold back a bit for the sake of the fun factor. But jinkies! Things go on

What if No Borders No Race was around back in the 1960s? What sort of sound & style would hit the airwaves? In a special podcast show, King Baby Duck turns back the clock to present the ultimate summer of love

With a brand-new theme song blaring loud & proud, No Borders No Race returns with our host King Baby Duck sharing his experience at this year's Anime Expo! Then our host takes a look at both PROMARE and Fire Force

The Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime Herald, Anime News Network, The Geekly Grind, and WEBN.TV had the privilege of sitting down with legendary Japanese rocker and actor MIYAVI at this year's Anime Boston! Hear about his work as an ambassador for the

King Baby Duck is getting pumped up for Anime Expo, but anime stuff will have to wait in this episode. Good Omens finally gets a TV adaptation, and Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has finally been brought

Two masterminds from Throwing Muses invade King Baby Duck's lair! Singers/songwriters Kristin Hersh and Fred Abong chat about their upcoming tour, share insight about the making and songwriting on both the Possible Dust Cloud LP and the Pulsing EP, and

The Boston Bastard Brigade, Anime News Network, Japan Society of Boston, Anime Herald, and WEBN.TV sat down with renowned video game and anime composer Yoko Shimomura at this year's Anime Boston! Hear about how gaming compositions have changed over the

King Baby Duck once again laments (and bickers) about not going to this year's E3, before showcasing why Atari and Intellivision should be looked closely at for their upcoming console launches. A good rom-com like Always Be My Maybe can't