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ANIME REVIEW | "JUNI TAISEN" Loses Battle & Shock Value Quickly

On paper, JUNI TAISEN : ZODIAC WAR sounds like a great idea. Take the concept of the twelve zodiac animals,...

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ANIME REVIEW | A Silly, Heartfelt "Recovery" For MMO Lovers Everywhere

I'll be the first to admit that I've never really been drawn into playing massive multiplayer online games. Despite dabbling...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Black Clover" Runs Out of Luck

Stop me if you've heard this tale before: a downtrodden boy finds out he's powerless, only to be given a...

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ANIME REVIEW | Service With A Hearty Funny Bone in "BLEND-S"

Looking at promo pics and trailers of the fall series BLEND-S, I expected there to be somewhat of a decent amount...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Hachi-Juu-Nana

King Baby Duck is excited to see VRV taking a much-needed page out of Netflix's playbook, while recommending the Nintendo...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Hachi-Juu-Roku

After lamenting on missing out on Rhode Island Comic Con due to illness, King Baby Duck wonders what is going...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Hachi-Juu-Go

King Baby Duck is back and fully refreshed from Another Anime Convention, as he looks at four new series that...

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ANIME REBUTTAL | Why I Was Wrong About "Nichijou - My Ordinary Life"

Six years ago, I wrote a scathing review of the Kyoto Animation series Nichijou - My Ordinary Life. Based on...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Knight's & Magic" Pumped With Mech Enthusiasm

It's rare for the mech-based anime subgenre to have fun with its vast worlds. Considering its subject matter, one would...

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ANIME REVIEW | Love Is Complicatedly Hilarious In "Tsuredure Children"

Hollywood romantic comedies often fail at one thing: being relatable. Granted, there are exceptions like Aziz Ansari's Master of None...

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