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Friday, October 21, 2011

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Garo: Makai Senki

Garo: Makai Senki (牙狼<GARO>~MAKAISENKI~?, literally "Garo: The Makai Chronicles" in English) is a Japanese tokusatsu television series serving as a sequel to Garo, airing on TV Tokyo.

Ryosei Konishi, Mika Hijii, Ray Fujita, Yasue Sato, Hironobu Kageyama, and Yukijirō Hotaru reprise their roles from the original television series. Shouma Yamamoto reprises his role from the Beast of the Midnight Sun special. Mary Matsuyama and Masahiro Kuranuki reprise their roles from the Red Requiem film. Newcomers to the series include Ozuno Nakamura and Yuriko Hishimi.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders

OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders (オーズ・電王・オールライダー レッツゴー仮面ライダー Ōzu Den'ō Ōru Raidā: Rettsu Gō Kamen Raidā?) is a film released on April 1, 2011, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series. The catchphrase for the movie is "The world, these are Japan's heroes!!" (世界よ、これが日本のヒーローだ!! Sekai yo, kore ga nihon no hīrō da!!?). While the film will feature all of the franchise's protagonists, the main heroes of the original Kamen Rider (#1), Kamen Rider Den-O, and Kamen Rider OOO will be the main characters. The film's subtitle "Let's Go Kamen Riders" is an homage to the theme song of the original series, "Let's Go!! Rider Kick" (レッツゴー!!ライダーキック Rettsu Gō!! Raidā Kikku?). The film also marks the 60th Anniversary of the Toei Company and to commemorate it, the film features characters from other works of Shotaro Ishinomori: Kikaider, Kikaider 01, Inazuman, and Zubat.

A preview airing of the film originally scheuled for March 15, 2011, was cancelled as the venue's structure was compromised as a result of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.


The course of history is accidentally changed when Ankh leaves behind an O Medal in the past after Kamen Rider OOO helps Den-O and New Den-O chase a Mole Imagin all the way back to November 11, 1971. When they return to the present time on April 1, 2011, they discover that Shocker succeeded in conquering the world and now Kamen Rider #1 and #2 are Shocker's top agents. In order to defeat Shocker, Kamen Rider OOO and the Den-Liner gang must travel back in time to gather other Kamen Riders to defeat Shocker and restore the proper timeline.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

New Century Ultraman Legend

An Ultra-obsessed family (Mom, Dad, and one Kenny) excitedly prepare for a viewing of Ultraman Cosmos on TV. Dad even wears a Super-GUTS jacket with “Papa” emblazoned on the back! The boy, Kanchi, folds a paper airplane. It promptly grows large enough to seat him and his father, and the two are whisked off through their TV screen into Ultra-land!

They fly through stock footage of various Ultramen battling monster foes. They shout encouragement to the Ultra-heroes, and sometimes throw things at the monsters. The TV / film clips are randomly interspersed with scenes of the many Ultramen doing an aerobics-like dance routine! There are also flashing super-deformed Ultras, and title screens from the various Ultra series.

The father & son TV travelers re-emerge into their living room. Mom seems surprisingly unfazed by the whole thing. Then, an evil face appears in the sky! Kanchi summons the Ultramen (all 28 of them) to vanquish it. Family TV night is saved!

New Century Ultraman Legend is a short film that played in Japanese theaters with Ultraman Cosmos 2: The Blue Planet. It is one strange little movie. The scenes of many Ultramen dancing in unison give the impression that the crew at Tsuburaya Productions got really stoned one day and decided to film something while under the influence. Even some of the stock clips included are kind of trippy (one shows Ultraseven being “crucified”). The battle at the end is anticlimactic. The “Face in the Sky” is a cheaply animated thing. At one point, it spits out a bunch of Ultra-kaiju, but there is no big battle between the assembled Ultras and the monster swarm. While the end credits play, Mom and Dad lead a field full of children (and some other parents) in doing the Ultra dance. The whole affair is likely to leave sober viewers dumbfounded.

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