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

Andrew from Wicked Anime is heading to Japan for awhile, so he and JonStar are joining King Baby Duck this...

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

King Baby Duck is currently on a flight to Los Angeles, but that didn't keep him from delivering a new...

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ANIME REVIEW | "Seven Mortal Sins" A Vulgar Bore

"I can't believe I watched the whole damn thing!" These words left my mouth by the time the end credits...

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ANIME REVIEW | Falling Gracefully Down the Rabbit Hole With "Alice & Zoroku"

Anime can sometimes be a tricky thing to describe. In most cases a series sticks to just one kind of...

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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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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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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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