SSSS.GRIDMAN Promotional Video

Tsuburaya Productions’ Official YouTube Channel recently uploaded the first preview video for the upcoming SSSS.Gridman anime. Roughly a minute long in duration the video introduces the characters of the series only to end on our hero, Gridman! Cast: Yūta Hibiki – Yūya Hirose Gridman – Hikaru Midorikawa Shō Utsumi – Sōma Saitō Rokka Takarada – Yume Miyamoto Akane Shinjō – Reina Ueda   Staff: Director – Akira Amemiya Producer – Tsuburaya Productions Writer – Keiichi Hasegawa Music – Pony Canyon Studio – Trigger   SSSS.Gridman is a revision of Tsuburaya Productions’ 1993 tokusatsu series, Denkou…

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The Drop Episode 20: Tokusatsu Takeover

On this week’s The Drop, Fighter xaos covers a lot of tokusatsu related news like the Gridman and Ultraman anime series. First off, there is breaking gaming news though; Capcom announces Mega Man 11! It literally is like Mighty No. 9 should have been… Anyways, Denkou Choujin Gridman (aka Gridman the Hyper Agent), is back and weirdly enough in anime form! Also, the original series is airing in North America!! Then the Ultraman Manga will get an anime series, but god damn the event suit looks nice…   We have…

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Denkou Choujin Gridman the Complete Series Coming to Blu-Ray

Today, Tsuburaya Productions unveiled the full information for the Denkou Choujin Gridman Complete Series Blu-Ray Box, from its contents to its box art. All 39-episodes will be remastered for 1080p HD, and the set will include various special features that span over seven discs. The approximate run-time is 950-minutes for the entire series, and over 100-minutes in bonus content. Confirmed special features include credit-less Opening and Ending sequences, and an in-package special leaflet. Now, this box set is receiving a quick release, as it is set to release next month on December 20th…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 25 – Godzilla Timelines Pt 1

Welcome to an all-new episode of “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today, we open on depressing news as another Toho actor has passed away; Yoshio Tsuchiya died in February, but the family withheld information until now. At the time of the recording information on the death was still breaking, and early reports claimed  Mr. Tsuchiya’s death occurred early in summer.   Following our remembrance for Mr. Tsuchiya we discuss the recent news for upcoming home video releases, as well as a new video game. This all leads up to our main…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 18 – Metal Heroes & Crossovers

Welcome to an all-new episode of “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today, we open on the news for the Kamen Rider W manga, and the Gridman anime. In addition, our discussion topic is on ideal Metal Hero team-ups/crossovers with either Super Sentai or Kamen Rider. The cool thing about this episode is that Mucha, and Wheelz lightly double-up the Metal Heroes in their choices. Furthermore, this episode is one of the few episodes to run under an hour! Episode 18 is also a prologue for next week’s episode where we will…

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Studio Trigger Announces 3 New Titles, Including Denkou Choujin Gridman

Today during Anime Expo 2017, Studio Trigger announced three of its new titles. Among these new titles is an adaptation for Tsuburaya Productions’ tokusatsu series, Denkou Choujin Gridman! Gridman was an innovative tokusatsu series that used D-2 digital video, and the series ran from 1993 to 1994 for a total of 39-episodes. The series featured three young kids attempting to make their own video game superhero, but only to discover it is possessed by the inter-dimensional cop, Gridman. Gridman is in search of the villainous, Kahn Digifer, who seeks to…

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