Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider Black (remastered version) part 3

Shadow Moon Awakens as the Gorgom Conflict continues.

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider black (remastered Version) part 2

Desperate the Take back the lost Kingstone, Gorgom’s Priests awaken a rebellious Mutant to Combat Black.

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider black (remastered version) Part 1

The late 80’s returns the riders to Television, with the best show out of the showa Era, and possibly the franchise.

Shinta reviews: Onimusha Warlords (redux)

With the assistance of patreon backing, Shinta goes back to where things all started and re-reviews one of the media that’s been otherwise absent from the video library, beginning with the review that started it all, ONIMUSHA!

Tokusatsu in review: mighty Morphin Power rangers the movie

The magfest Trilogy comes to a close with a three-way review of 1995’s cinema reskin of the classic power rangers.
…Let’s hope the 2017 movie is better than this.

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider the First

Still trapped in a hotel room, Shinta debates the quality of Inoue’s First Rider reboot movie with someone who actually likes it.

Tokusatsu in review: Dragonball Evolution

trapped in a hotel room with a Lunatic, Shinta must review one of the worst adaptations of an anime ever made!
Sorry about the audio issues, first time recording in an extended location like that.

Shinta Reviews: Avatar the Last Airbender Book 3: Fire

With the avatar recovering, and sozin’s comet approaching, how will our protagonists overcome the fire nation plans?

Shinta reviews: Avatar the Last Airbender Book 2: Earth

In season 2, Team avatar recruits the GREATEST EARTHBENDER IN THE WORLD, while zuko goes soul-searching, and everyone gets caught up in the Earth kingdom’s problems.

Shinta Reviews: Avatar the Last Airbender Book 1: Water

Season 5, Start up!
Shinta receives a request to talk about one of the most praised animated series of the last 20 years. Does he have anything to say?

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider Yongou

Shinta quickly gives his thoughts on the netmovies that conclude The latest Taisen film after Yonemura refused to end his film by syncing it with canon…which becomes an event that’s better than the Movie itself and ejects the Taisen films from Continuity?!?
…Well, to be Fair, they Contradicted canon all the time to begin with.

Tokusatsu in Review: Super Hero Taisen Grand Prix Part 4

The review finally reaches the race, and the newest Brand of Stupid from The Return of Shocker.

Tokusatsu in review: Super Hero Taisen Grand Prix Parts 1 and 2

Only his hate can end this madness, as Des shinta faces down Toei’s taisen film line and the machinations of the ignorant Shoji Yonemura once again.
It’s like the guy has never seen an episode he himself didn’t write.

.hack//Retrospective: .Hack//Vs/The World

The retrospective comes to a close with a fighting game of Cyberconnect’s flagship franchise, and a theatrical feature chronicling the final tale of the Epitaph of Twilight.
Done in reverse order, of course.

Note: this was made before it was announced Cyberconnect2 was given outsourced work on Square-enix’s Final fantasy 7 Remake. Frankly, from all the other details revealed concerning that project at around the same time, that was the only highlight of them.

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider 555 Paradise Lost

Shinta closes out the Faiz reviews with a GOOD Inoue-penned rider alternate universe movie, which asks…What if the orphenochs Won?

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider 555 Part 5

Faiz concludes with the heartbreaking moment of the series for many, a necksnap of glee heard ‘round the fandom, and a choice…on what it means to be human.

Also: Yes I know about the takedowns, I’ll be getting them back up as soon as I can.

Tokusatsu in Review: Kamen Rider 555 Part 4

Personal revelations throw everyone for a loop, as an Orphenoch is revealed in their midst.

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Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider 555 part 3

In part 3, The Lead’s relationships gets complicated, while Takumi Rises to become a hero.

 

Tokusatsu in review: Kamen Rider 555 Part 2

The main drive of the story gets underway in building up Takumi as a proper Rider.
Also:  Masato Kusaka.  Prepare the Torches and pitchforks

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Tokusatsu in Review: kamen Rider 555 Introduction/part 1

Standing by! Toshiki Inoue returns to the head writer’s chair with the rider series best described by it’s viewers as “all my Orphenochs”.

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