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No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Nana

After giving his listeners some advice regarding how to watch Goblin Slayer, King Baby Duck dives into the importance of the...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Hanebado!" Adds Tension To Least-Serious Sport

Webster's Dictionary defines badminton as the following: "a sport rich white people play while drinking mimosas and guffawing with pompous...

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ANIME REVIEW | Humor In "Chio's School Road" A Tad Bumpy

In the shortest of distances, a lot of strange things can happen. A simple walk towards your usual place can...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Asobi Asobase" Playfully Gives Summer's Most Unapologetic Laughs

These days, anime can be bombarded with the whole Cute Girls Doing Cute Things genre. Sometimes it's done very well...

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ANIME REVIEW | Getting Ghosted In Humorous "Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs"

Harem comedies can be hit-or-miss, and it usually falls on the shoulders of its protagonist on whether or not it'll...

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No Borders No Race: Episode Ni-Hyaku-Yon

After proving his listeners right about unexpected album drops, King Baby Duck puts a spotlight on three upcoming video game...

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ANIME REVIEW | Summoning Action & Wackiness Via A Shut-In "Demon Lord"

These days, you can't go one anime season without some sort of isekai show. The concept of a main character...

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MANGA REVIEW | "Harukana Receive" - Volume One

The summer anime season has delivered unto us a wonderfully appropriate title in the form of Harukana Receive, a tale of...

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ANIME/FILM REVIEW | "Zombie Girl" An Awfully Fun Gorefest

There once was a special place for films that can be deemed both terrible and terrific at the same time....

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ANIME REVIEW | "Hinamatsuri" Reaches Superpowered Levels of Hilarity & Heart

Anime Director Kei Oikawa had his work cut out for him this Spring. Not only was he in charge of helming...

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