King Baby Duck returns well-rested after a much-needed vacation, but is greeted by a shell of his childhood: Space Jam: A New Legacy! Valve announces the Steam Deck, but our host is skeptical about its possible success. Plus, on this

After throwing praise at the latest chapter of Fucked Up's Zodiac series, King Baby Duck finds plenty of love for the new movie The Mitchells Vs. The Machines! However, he feels the complete opposite about J.C.Staff's anime adaptation of the

My experience with running can be summed up by my time in Lynn Classical High School’s Cross Country Team: lots of sweat, plenty of heavy breathing, and an abundance of shin splits. Naturally, I don’t look back fondly at my

King Baby Duck presents a brand-new segment made exclusively for his listeners in the Land of the Rising Sun, and then raves about the new Netflix series Living With Yourself. Then our host gets bit by the pro wrestling bug, as

Webster's Dictionary defines badminton as the following: "a sport rich white people play while drinking mimosas and guffawing with pompous glee." Okay, maybe that's not the official definition of badminton, but it's what I always associate it with. It's the

The summer anime season has delivered unto us a wonderfully appropriate title in the form of Harukana Receive, a tale of beach volleyball, swimsuits, and endearing friendships. With impeccable timing, Seven Seas Entertainment has brought over Nyoijizai's original manga just as C2C's

After lamenting our Super Bowl loss, King Baby Duck checks out the recent Takashi Murakami exhibit at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, where he's awed by his craftsmanship and barfs at his gift shop prices. A recent episode of HipHopGamer's

The realm of comics & manga take up most of King Baby Duck's time, as news of a Hellboy reboot has our host being cautiously optimistic about what could be in store. Deadpool gets his own animated series, and the

How does somebody take the most ridiculously fan-service-y thing on the planet, yet walk away with a hit amongst all genders around the world? The answer, my friend, is how it is presented. You see, anyone can craft an anime

The victory mentality is very evident in most sports anime. Whether it's Haikyū!!, The Prince of Tennis, Eyeshield 21, and even KEIJO!!!!!!!!, the importance of winning is just as strong as the importance of teamwork. While it's key to bringing