Level up the drama with these promotional videos for the new Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Trilogy releases. In the aftermath of the colorful explosionfest of the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid television series, there's plenty of unfinished business (and toys to sell) from the cast of doctors-turned-video-game heroes fighting to protect their patients from the bizarre "game sickness". And they're not pulling any punches with this set of home video sequels. People are screaming bloody murder, or just plain getting bloody murdered, as shots are fired, people have conversations with themselves, and computer-generated super-nurse Poppy is... just as Poppy as she's ever been. Check em out.
Daaamn. Not only did they bring back Hiro's lost lady Saki for on...
In 1993, the kaiju wranglers of Tsuburaya Productions devised a fresh series while on a break from their illustrious Ultraman franchise. This new show would see the birth of a digitized superhero who faced "giant monsters" in a computer-generated landscape to save the world from unseen threats. Many know him as Gridman: The Hyper Agent, but if you were an American viewer in the early 1990s, you might have first come into contact with this bane of electronic monsters in the form of the US adaptation, Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad. Now, with the help of the fine folks at the TOKU network, you'll get a chance to sample Gridman's original adventures on US television.
As previously reported, TOKU is Olympusat Inc.'s television station dedicated to esoteric, cult material in the anime, tok...
Kraken Releasings is at it again, with this new domestic film release from the popular Garo franchise, featuring more demon-hunting action than you can shake a glowing saber at. It's Garo: Kiba - The Dark Knight! Not to be confused with the other Dark Knight. Wrong animal theme. Fewer naked ladies.
Kraken's synopsis is as follows:
He was born the child of a Makai Knight and a Makai Priestess. He trained to become a Makai Knight and fight the nightmarish creatures known as Horrors. Everything changed when the forces of evil intervened and stole everything he loved, the man who was once named Barago turned to a darker path. Learning to hate everything he once cherished, and twisting his oaths and armor to a new, sinister purpose, he makes a monstrous bargain with the ultimate Horror ...
WAKE UP to the high-quality goodness of Kamen Rider Kiva. The violin-strumming superhero Wataru finally comes to Blu-ray next year, marking the show's 10th anniversary. As I quietly cry into a bowl of soggy cheerios over the fact that it's already been 10 years since this stellar series, check these stats for the upcoming release.
Cho-Animedia brings us the lowdown on these items, reportedly containing never-before-seen reflections from the show's cast.
A total of three separate sets have been announced at 19,600 yen a pop. Starting with the first release on January 10, then the second on March 7, and finally May 9 will see the last installment.
A sweet home video release for any creature of the night.
Haven't purchased the Kamen Rider THE MOVIE Blu-ray BOX 1972-1988 set, which was released five years ago? Worry no more as Toei will re-release the Kamen Rider movies from 1972-1988 in two volumes.
Pre-orders for the previously announced Kamen Rider Agito Blu-ray sets are now open in various Japanese online retailers. Like the previous Kamen Rider Blu-ray sets, it will be released in three boxes.