Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 68 – Power Rangers & the Not So Visual History Pt 1

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode features hosts, Soundout12 and Wheelchair21, starting their chapter-by-chapter breakdown of the Power Rangers: The Ultimate Visual History book. Now, this first part we will dive into the original Saban Era of Power Rangers, which MMPR to Wild Force. However, the juicy stuff begins once we get to Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie due to the original 3-hour script titled, Power Rangers Turbo: Race to the Volcano. Then from Power Rangers Turbo onward it is one…

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Shout! Factory Announces Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger: The Complete Series

Happy Wednesday heroes, as we got some news coming out of Shout! Factory; the distributor has announced that they will be releasing Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger on home video. This means that Super Sentai fans can finally own all 51 episodes of the series, legally. For those who who are not aware, Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger is the 26th season of Super Sentai, having aired from February 17, 2002 to February 9, 2003. However, the series is better known to North Americans for its ever-popular adaptation as Power Rangers Ninja Storm.   Here is Shout! Factory’s official description for Ninpuu Sentai…

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Review: Super Mini-Pla Ninja Gattai Muteki Shogun/ Shogun Megazord

Whether it is “Hidden Style: Giant Beast General Jutsu!” or “We need Shogunzord power now!” this Super Mini-Pla set is bound to deliver! First off, the box is based on the original Deluxe Muteki Shogun, so it gives off a nostalgic vibe. The build while not shown is actually very tedious and annoying, but somehow I found it enjoyable too. Now, once constructed the Giant General Beasts feature several points of articulation and have their signature weapons. Whereas, when combine as Muteki Shogun/ the Shogun Megazord it is stands magnificently,…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 67 – Requiem of Go Nagai

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode was recorded under the gun, as Wheelz and Soundout began shooting it between 2 to 4:00 am. They attempt to talk about the next Toei V-Cinext release, Lupinranger VS Patranger vs. Kyuranger, and the Netflix Ultraman trailer. In addition, they talk about an off-color conversation on if Go Nagai made a Toei tokusatsu series, all before doing spotlight review on GARO: Red Requiem. Now, next week on Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu, the cast will discuss…

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Kishiryu Sentai Ryusouger First Quarter Toy Catalog

Today, continues to bring forth incredible news as the first quarter toy catalog for the next Super Sentai, Kishiryu Sentai Ryusouger has surfaced online. The new series was originally rumored to be a “dragon knight” themed series, where in actuality it turns out to be another dinosaur team. This is the fastest period in which Toei has returned to using dinosaurs since Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger aired six years ago. The difference in time between Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger and Bakaryuu Sentai Abaranger was nearly an entire decade, and it was about the…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 66 – Guilty of Mechanical Violations

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode picks up with us talking about more “Guilty Pleasure” tokusatsu films and series. Interestingly enough some American productions/ adaptations appear on our lists for viewing. Following that discussion we look at Toku HD’s second, and longer Kamen Rider poll. Luckily this time around the poll was more fan interactive. Then wrapping up the episode Wheelz and Soundout attempt to not get violated by the film, Mechanical Violator Hakaider. However, we can safely say only one…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 65 – Guilty as Charged

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode opens on sad news, since at the time of recording the world had just discovered Stan Lee passed away. We discuss how Stan Lee helped to make Marvel the great influence it has become throughout the years. In addition, we talk about the influence it had on tokusatsu. We then jump to happier things like the Detective Pikachu, and the Heisei Generations Forever trailers. However, we are mostly into the Detective Pikachu movie, because the…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 64 – Oh Tamashii, My Damashii!

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode should be considered a continuation of the last discussion held during last week’s episode. For those joining us now, we concluded the show talking about Tamashii Nations finally releasing S.H.Figuarts Kamen Rider Kiva, and their unreleased products. Yet, in the time between recording and airing that episode, Tamashii Nations also hosted their Fall event; which made us further question Tamashii Nations’ methods of marketing their products. This lead to us looking back at the brand,…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 63 – The One About Shirakura’s Tweets

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode is most about the news regarding Godzilla’s 65th Anniversary, and the controversy around Shinichiro Shirakura. For those who may not, Toei head-producer for Kamen Rider, Shirakura expressed his thoughts on the series in the west (the Americas & Europe). These remarks lead to the community destroying the man on social media, so we decided to look at the issue from all angles. Then to conclude the show we discuss how S.H.Figuarts Kamen Rider Kiva is…

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Mike & Mike in the Morning Episode 2: The One Where Simon Baz Destroyed a Shelf

Mike & Mike in the Morning, an all-new podcast from Hero-Club.com featuring Janitor Joker and Soundout12! A podcast about two dudes discussing pop culture from comics to cartoons, or anime to tokusatsu. In their second episode, Soundout has to reassemble a shelf that his Simon Baz figure literally destroyed. This goes into an interesting discussion about Mattel’s DC figures versus Hasbro’s Marvel Legends. In addition, they bounce between discussing the DC Expanded Universe and the Marvel Cinematic Universe; where they believe Jason Momoa should of been Lobo, or how it…

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