Official Images: S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Wizard Flame Style

“It is showtime!” as Tamashii Nations has released the official information on the upcoming, S.H.Figuarts Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider Wizard. The figure will accurately capture the original in Shinkocchou Seihou fashion, especially since the original S.H.Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard was received poorly. Unlike the original S.H.Figuarts Kamen Rider Wizard, the Shinkocchou Seihou’s trench coat will be made from wire hemmed cloth; it is a similar style as screen in the S.H.Figuarts Omegamon Our War Games Ver. cape. In addition, the figure will feature the ability to rotate the WizardDriver and…

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Kraken Releasings Updates GARO: Makai Senkyu

Since the initial licensing for the series, Kraken Releasings has referred to the second GARO series as Makai Senkyu. However, recently product information on the upcoming Blu-Ray releases shows that Kraken Releasings decided to forgo the re-brand and stick to the original name, Makai Senki. Some fans assume the change is due to the possible confusion with the word Senkyu, or general feedback from fans/ consumers. In addition, the official listing for the GARO TV 2 Collection 1 set features new updates towards the packaging and disc art. The physical…

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Official Images: S.H.Figuarts Gudon

The Fall 2017 Tamashii Features event showed off several Ultraman related S.H.Figuarts, among the ones presented were a variety of kaiju. Two characters specifically originate from The Return of Ultraman, the first being Twin Tail, and the second its rival,¬†Gudon. Now, back in January we covered the release information on S.H.Figuarts Twin Tail, which is a retail release that comes out this month. Whereas, S.H.Figuarts Gudon’s information has just become available to the public, and it is unfortunately a Premium Bandai exclusive! The item itself will not feature additional accessories…

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The Geek Fighters See About E3 2018!

The Geek Fighters have done a lot within the past month hyping up the gamer’s version of Christmas, E3! However, E3 2018 came off like a lukewarm and mediocre experience when compared to the previous years that we have covered the event. Yet, we will grade the various press conferences and the whole event, nevertheless! Joining FighterXaos, RRPG, and 16bitjeff is Hero Club’s Wheelchair21 and MetalNinja, who add an optional input on the event too.   Now, just how hit-and-miss was E3 2018 when compared to all the previous E3’s…

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Review: Mini-Pla VS Vehicle Gattai Series 02 Pat Kaiser

Now, it is time to look at the Mini-Pla series for Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger. For this installment in the Super Sentai series, the mecha are referred to as the VS Vehicles and currently consist of either the Dial Fighters, or the Trigger Machines. The Patrangers are paired with the Trigger Machines, which are basic police vehicles; they combine with the Good Striker to form Pat Kaiser. The Candy Toy version several of the feature remain on these model kits from the DX versions. They have a…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 53 – Offshoot onto the Road to PMC!

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” This week’s episode marks the second anniversary of our website, and start to our Road to PMC series. Kicking off Hero Club’s third year is the staff hyping up Power Morphicon 2018, as some of our staff will be attending the event! Never the less, we open the show by looking at the information the Jetman DVDs, and the Toei summer film trailers! That is followed by our Power Ranger, and Super Sentai centered discussions such as…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Jack (The Return of Ultraman)

The fourth Ultraman arrives in the S.H.Figuarts line! Ultraman Jack is from Tsuburaya Productions’ The Return of Ultraman (1971), and competed against the first Kamen Rider series. Now, as a S.H.Figuarts figure, Ultraman Jack does feature a new modified sculpt based on its preceding Ultra Brothers, Ultraman and Zoffy! Since Ultraman Jack is the Ultra to become more of a typical “henshin hero” the figure comes with a variety of accessories; it has weapons and blast effects. Yet, how well does the figure hold up and how many items does…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 52 – Cinematic Universes, Spin-Offs & Crossovers

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” This week features a jam packed show where we are talking about several new things going on. In addition, a majority of our discussions rely on tokusatsu cinematic universes, possible sequels, and various crossovers. We will address how Toho seeks to make a new cinematic universe for its kaiju, as well as talk about characters who need their own films. On the next episode we plan to being our Road to PMC with a discussion on Power…

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Review: Mini-Pla VS Vehicle Gattai Series 01 Lupin Kaiser

It is finally time for I, Wheelchair21, to begin looking at the Mini-Pla series for Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger. For this installment in the Super Sentai series, the mecha are referred to as the VS Vehicles and currently consist of either the Dial Fighters, or the Trigger Machines. The Lupinrangers are paired with the Dial Fighter, aerial vehicles ranging between planes and VTOLs; they combine with the Good Striker to form Lupin Kaiser.   Now, for the Candy Toy version several of the feature remain on these…

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Ultraman R/B “Special Movie” Trailer & Opening/ End Credits Revealed

Tsuburaya Productions recently held its live press conference for the next installment in the Ultra series, Ultraman R/B. However, the event was region blocked for most international fans trying to join the live-feed on YouTube. Following the press conference the official website updated with a recap of the event, and announcements. One of the announcements regards to series’ official theme song and end credits. The opening for Ultraman R/B is “Hands”¬†being performed by Yoshi Oshimasa. Whereas, the ending credits will be performed by Ultraman Geed’s Suzuko Mimori entitled “Dream Flight.”…

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