Ninja Talks LIVE: Gundam! – The Wingening

From the “Ninja Talks LIVE: Gundam!” archive is episode two, which finally debuts here on Hero Club! Episode Two’s main topic is on Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, the series to capture North America’s attention. However, it did not just capture the North American audience, but it obtained a huge influx to the female demographic! One could say the bishounen art-style easily assisted in luring in the girls. We look at the highs, and the lows of the series, as well as pick a part what changes the show could have used!…

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Ninja Talks LIVE: Gundam! – The Test Type

This is “Ninja Talks Live: Gundam”, a round table discussion based podcast hosted by me, the VisibleNinja! In addition, the show features Hero Club founder, Wheelchair21 as my co-host, especially when technical difficulties occur. Now, this episode was originally a test for our streaming program, but eventually turned out to be our pilot. Joining us for this broadcast, and recording was Oga (Otaku Gangsta) from Herotaku Media. In the episode we give our backstories, as to how we got into the Mobile Suit fandom. In addition, we take a glimpse…

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Gunpla Dojo: HGUC 205 Gundam Tristan Review

Today, we have a new addition to the Gunpla Dojo! This newest addition is none other the RX-78AN-01 Gundam AN-01 “Tristan“, or simply the Gundam Tristan. The Tristan is featured in the on-going web-series, Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis. The background on this mobile suit is actual an interesting story, as it is seemingly an unholy union between previous titular Gundams; the two used for the Tristan are none other than the Gundam Alex and the Gundam Mk. II. With that being said this Mobile Suit is a throwback to the early…

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Gunpla Dojo: HGIBO 037 Gundam Vual Review

It is hammer time at the Gundam Dojo as I, the VisibleNinja, am about to take a look at a bad-ass new Gunpla. This Gunpla is based on the Gundam Vual from Iron-Blooded Orphans Gekko side-story. Now, at this time there is not an official distribution for manga, nor are there scan-lations for the manga. That means information I have on this suit is limited, ranging from official descriptions, and brief synopsis/summaries on the suit’s origin, as well as its pilot. What I can say without spoiling the review is…

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Gunpla Dojo: HGUC Zeta Gundam Review

With Hero Club’s return, I too the VisibleNinja thought to comeback as well. This time I bring with me a new Gunpla review; thee first review to also be cataloged as a part of the Gunpla Dojo series. This Gunpla is also the first model kit released as a part of the Gunpla Evolution Project, it is none other than HGCU #203 Zeta Gundam. The Zeta Gundam is an Universal Century based mobile suit that made its debut in Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. The suit would eventually return in the…

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Review: Mini-Pla Kyutama Gattai Series 03 RyuTeiOh

VisibleNinja is back from a long hiatus! All the rust has been hammered off, and a fresh coat of paint has been applied. Today, we are looking at a purple dragon, an orange scorpion, and some blue bears. That can only mean one thing, the item I am referring to is RyuTeiOh from Uchu Sentai Kyuranger! However, this is not the DX version of the behemoth, but it is the amazing articulated Mini-Pla edition.

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Review: Mini-Pla Kyutama Gattai Series 01 Kyurenoh

VisibleNinja is back, baby! This time I return from my voyage in space to look at Mini-Pla Kyutama Gattai Series 01. The set consists solely of Kyurenoh in its debut form consisting of Shishi, Kajiki, Chameleon, Oushi and Wolf. Together it is an interesting set of 6 pieces, sold in one complete set. Now, how does this miniature and articulated model fair in comparison to the DX toys?

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Ultraman Great & Ultraman Powered Blu-Ray Promo Streamed

Tsuburaya on YouTube released a video promoting two upcoming Blu-Ray box sets for the foreign-produced Ultra series shows. The first, Ultraman Great, was co-produced by Tsuburaya and South Australian Film Corp.  in 1990 under the title, Ultraman: Towards the Future. It follows Jack Shindo as he becomes the host for Ultraman Great and fights Kaiju along side the Universal Multipurpose Agency, or U.M.A. The second, Ultraman Powered, was co-produced by Tsuburaya and America’s Major Havoc Entertainment in 1993 under the title, Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero. The series stars Kakuranger’s NinjaBlack, Kane Kosugi, as Ultraman…

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Kamen Rider Ex-Aid episode 10 & 11 review

The short, short version of the story is that I couldn’t be tasked to do a review last week because of not feeling up to it. Now, I have to do two while sitting at the airport waiting for a connecting flight. Isn’t this just the merriest of Christmas’? Episode 10 taught Emu, in the Iron Sheiks words “to be Humble” after getting owned by DragonKnight Hunter Z’s power. Learning that doctors have to work together with their compatriots. Knowing it will be hard to do, Emu then essentially tricks the others into working…

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