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King Baby Duck gets excited over the news of a possible new season of Non Non Biyori, then reviews the surprisingly good Baywatch movie. A spotlight on the anime Humanity Has Declined gives it an extra dose of love, and

There's a feeling of dread every time I ready myself for an episode of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead series. Too often likable people are taken out, with the scum of its dying earth roaming in power. The latest episode

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

After a month-long break, No Borders No Race is back and in full swing! This week King Baby Duck gives a second chance to the Crunchyroll anime Kemono Friends, followed by loads of praise for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival.

After a lengthy break between episodes, Telltale Games' The Walking Dead has returned to us. Considering the twist of the last couple minutes of Episode Two, this wait has been kinda painful to say the least. Nevertheless what "Above the

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

There are moments in The Walking Dead universe where you think the characters are just about to catch a break. A joke is told, some happy laughter follows, and everything seems just so peachy. And then, Robert Kirkman's creation takes