Soundout's Sentai Showcase Episode 1 – DX Go-Buster Ace

Welcome to a new review series from Soundout12, known as Soundout’s Sentai Showcase! The series aimed at covering Super Sentai toys across the generations of the franchise. In today’s episode we travel back to the year 2012 and take a look at the main mecha from Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. Buster Machine CB-01 Go-Buster Ace may be small in size but it makes up for it with functionality. Let’s see what makes this mecha one to be remembered for years to come.

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Uchu Sentai Kyuranger – DX Kyurenoh Review

One of the longest running Super Sentai tradition is the use of a giant mecha. Ever since Battle Fever J, each Sentai have gotten at least one mecha to use for battle. Uchu Sentai Kyuranger is no different and today we are taking a look at the DX Kyutama Gattai Kyurenoh! With an original retail price of 7980 yen, this set contains KyuVoyagers 01, 03, 05, 07 and 09 which are the ShiShi, Ookami, Oushi, Chameleon and Kajiki voyagers respectively. Each voyager comes with their respective Kyuranger’s kyutama and they can…

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Power Rangers Legacy Series 3 Review

The Power Rangers Legacy 6.5 inch action figure line strongly continues with a third wave of figures. This wave concludes the Mighty Morphin Rangers and finishes the main In Space Rangers. The figures each come with a part to build a Megazord for each team with MMPR Yellow containing the final part for the Dino Megazord and the Black, Blue and Pink In Space Rangers finishing the Astro Megazord. The MMPR White Ranger in this wave does not include any build a Megazord parts as he is a secondary ranger.…

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Power Rangers Movie Battle Zords & Megazord Review

WIth the brand-new Power Rangers movie releasing in just three months, the first toys are making it to stores. Today we are looking at the five Battle Zords that form the mighty Megazord! The T-Rex, Triceratops, Mastodon, Sabertooth and Pterodactyl Battle Zords are all separate releases with most retailing for $19.99 each, and the T-Rex for $39.99. At 24″ tall, the Megazord is certainly a spectacle, but is it a good toy? Find out today!

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Digimon Universe: Applimonsters – Applidrive SP Set Review

Soundout takes a look at the newest Digivice for the Digimon franchise this time from the brand-new Digimon Universe: Applimonsters! Today we will be looking at the SP Set containing the AppliDrive, Appmon Band, Gatchmon Chip, Navimon Chip, Cameramon Chip and an Exclusive Perfect Rare Scopemon Chip. Is this special set worth the purchase? Is the Applidrive one of the best Digimon items in years? Let’s find out today in this brand-new Soundout review!

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Kamen Rider Amazons – DX Amazons Driver Set Review

As part of the Superhero Year campaign, Toei launched an Amazon Video exclusive series called Kamen Rider Amazons. The series is a reimagining of the classic Kamen Rider Amazon series from 1974 however it has the distinction of having two different main Riders that are polar opposites of each other. Both Riders utilize the same driver, the Amazons Driver to henshin into their Rider forms and Bandai of Japan has released the Premium Bandai exclusive DX Amazons Driver Set to commemorate the series. That now brings up the question of…

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Power Rangers Legacy Collection 6.5 Inch Series 1 Review

Bandai recently launched a brand-new, collectors focused Power Rangers figure line. Said to be releasing every ranger ever, these new figures are 6.5 inches tall and have similarities to Marvel Legends and DC Multiverse by featuring high-end articulation as well as parts to build each teams respective Megazord. The first series of figures has the Mighty Morphin Red and Green Rangers as well as Ninja Storm’s Red, Blue and Yellow Wind Rangers. Today we take a look at these figures and see if they are worth your time and money.…

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Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger – Zyuoh Changer Review

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of Super Sentai, Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger has given the world a series of cubes with an animal theme. The first of these is the changer for the main heroes, also known as the Zyuoh Changer. This small cube can do many things, but is it good at what it does and what does it do exactly? Find out in a brand-new Soundout Review below!

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Soundout’s Top 8 Favorite Digimon Series

Digimon: Digital Monsters is a classic anime series about kids that meet Digimon partners and fight together to defeat evil. Premiering in Japan during the Spring 1999 season and then debuting in Fall 1999 for North America, the series has run for 8 anime series with several movies and gained a large fan following. Today, I revisit every Digimon series and rank them based on my personal likes and dislikes. This list will not include the Digimon Adventure Tri. film series, as only two of six movies have been released…

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