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ANIME REVIEW | Fast-Paced Action & Pervy Fun in "Tsugumomo"

Japanese monsters (or yokai, as they're known as) are no stranger to anime. Series like GeGeGe no Kitaro, Yu Yu...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Laughing Salesman" Showcases Societal Troubles

Who is Moguro Fukuzo? For the past few weeks the actions of this salesman have led me to think about...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Hyaku-Nana-Juu

King Baby Duck pays special tribute to Phil the Issues Guy, who just got hitched a week ago to his...

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ANIME REVIEW | Cutesy "Hinako Note" Worthy of Applause

Conquering social anxiety can be tough. Even as a journalist that covers various conventions, I often find myself having a...

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

After a month-long break, No Borders No Race is back and in full swing! This week King Baby Duck gives...

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ANIME REVIEW | A Shaky, (Visual) Novel Approach In "Seiren"

For the past couple weeks I've been having an internal battle with my brain regarding this winter's Seiren. Is it...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Revenge" Is Awfully Bitter For Masamune-kun

There are moments where I am glad I can review an anime from start-to-finish, as a show with a strong...

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ANIME REVIEW | Villainy At Its Finest in "Tanya the Evil"

I'll be honest: I initially avoided Saga of Tanya the Evil when I first got wind of it. After all, the...

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ANIME REVIEW | Angel & Plotline Fall From Grace In "Gabriel DropOut"

The pieces were all fit into place for Gabriel DropOut to be successful. Take the writer/director duo responsible for The...

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ANIME REVIEW | Everybody Ought to Have A "Dragon Maid"

Who doesn't love dragons?! They're big, ferocious, protective, and they make the most fantastical stories far grander than they could...

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