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Telltale Games has done many adventure games in its time, and with The Walking Dead they had seemed to reach a level of consistency in regards to quality of the titles that followed it. But perhaps under the strain of

It's not often that an anime series goes so far into the distance that it not only makes the competition look bad, but even mocks the existence of every live-action show that has graced the presence of our television screens.

After celebrating the success of both the Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Buy the Rights Kickstarters, King Baby Duck welcomes Alexandra Samper-Martínez of Spain's Delirium Studios, as they chat about their latest video game The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind.

The Fleming Brothers of Wicked Anime join King Baby Duck for this somewhat holiday-themed episode of No Borders No Race! Hear about their favorite Christmas-based anime episodes, as well as how thankful they are for [adult swim]'s early Feast of

After an army of con fanatics stormed the gates of the PAX East registration site, King Baby Duck offers a quick update on a certain band he thought had long disbanded. Then our host gives his first impressions of Star

King Baby Duck shares his thoughts on the tragic events of what happened in Paris this past Friday, as he does his best to give his listeners some hope and advice on how to lift their heads up towards a

The Boomstick returns as King Baby Duck looks at the first episode of Ash Vs. Evil Dead! Plus a new card game called Buy the Rights gets a Kickstarter shoutout, and Crunchyroll releases the original manga of one of our

King Baby Duck tries to calm the masses as bacon is labeled "cancerous," and shares his recent experience taking part in a panel for the film Bluebirds Fly, a documentary about families with Autistic children. Then our host lashes out

These eyes have seen many animated series worthy of being deemed classics. Original properties like Rocky & Bullwinkle and Animaniacs smashed the wall between kid and adult humor to bring forth programs that were truly for everyone; movie-based toons like

Phil the Issues Guy joins in the fun this week as he and King Baby Duck chat about the couple highs and various lows to the recent demo of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. Then the new (and