Mike & Mike in the Morning Episode 5: The One Where Comics Cause Depression

An all-new podcast from Hero-Club.com featuring Janitor Joker and Soundout12, Mike & Mike in the Morning! A podcast that has two dudes named Mike, discussing pop culture from comics to cartoons, or anime to tokusatsu. In this episode, Soundout and Mucha continue to try to avoid talking about Kamen Rider, so they trash SSSS.Gridman! Now, SSSS.Gridman did not live up to its own hype, as it is a lifeless mess with waifus. Moving onto other lifeless things, Soundout attempts to bring Mucha up to speed with DC’s Heroes in Crisis.…

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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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Mike & Mike in the Morning Episode 4: We’ll Raise You With Anime & an Ultimatum

An all-new podcast from Hero-Club.com featuring Janitor Joker and Soundout12, Mike & Mike in the Morning! A podcast that has two dudes named Mike, discussing pop culture from comics to cartoons, or anime to tokusatsu. In this episode, Soundout and Mucha try to avoid talking about Kamen Rider, while they discuss Marvel events. During the discussion Mucha makes Soundout remember one of the worst events, Ultimatum! In addition, they discuss anime and how some tokusatsu series should move to shorter episode count seasons. Also, Mucha tries to get Soundout into…

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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 3: Marvel Overtakes Kamen Rider

An all-new podcast from Hero-Club.com featuring Janitor Joker and Soundout12, Mike & Mike in the Morning! A podcast that has two dudes discussing pop culture from comics to cartoons, or anime to tokusatsu. In this episode, Soundout and Mucha attempt to discuss Kamen Rider and how the late Heisei Era tries to avoid filler. However, they somehow get caught up in discussing Toshiki Inoue, and how he wrote for the Marvel Anime. Yet, once these two start on Marvel they jump to Venom, and rundown practically all of the Marvel…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 62 – Zoinks It’s a Zeiram Double Feature

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode is an early Halloween special since we are merely days away from the 31st. Now, during the time of the recording not much news broke, so the cast checked out Legacy Wars/ Street Fight short film. It is a crossover produced by Bat in the Sun, and ironically we thought it would have released sometime near Power Morphicon; that was obviously not the case as it came out just before the in-game event ended. Eventually,…

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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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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 61 – Brave Kaiju & Derailments

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode opens on the cast examining the Kamen Rider Zi-O Second Quarter Toy Catalog; it features the series’ third rider, a character who egotistically names their Rider form after their own name. In addition, this catalog previews new forms for both, Kamen Rider Zi-O and Geiz. Eventually, after tearing the catalog to shreds the cast tries to discuss kaiju in Toei, while Projekt randomly appears. This discussion trickles into the final segment a review on Gamera…

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Mike & Mike in the Morning Episode 1: A Faizing Good Time

An all-new podcast from Hero-Club.com featuring Janitor Joker and Soundout12, Mike & Mike in the Morning! A podcast that has two dudes discussing pop culture from comics to cartoons, or anime to tokusatsu. In their pilot this duo attempts to debate on if Kamen Rider 555 is a good series, as they go off tangent on what series they actually do like. However, Joker will do his best to defend Kamen Rider 555, as Soundout tries to bring it down. Interestingly enough, fans of Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu can blame…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 60 – Bleaching Fansubs & Official Releases

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today is the 60th Episode, and it might not live up to last week’s amazing episode. However, we think listeners will still have fun with the show, as today we are discussing fan subbing. We are focusing on the elements of how in the tokusatsu community, fan subbing is seen as competition and taken too seriously. In addition, we discuss the unnecessary backlash that official North American releases receive. Concluding the show is our review of the…

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