Kamen River Kiva is making a comeback. As I clutch my pearls at the thought of it already being a decade since this amazing fantasy action series left the airwaves, Kiva's celebrating its tenth anniversary in style. We've already heard of the new Blu-ray set coming to home video, as well as the introduction of fan-favorite actor Takeda Touhei making his recent debut as a mysterious new superpowered figure in the current series Kamen Rider Build. But why stop there? Surely there's some other way to bring honor to the bat-themed hero and his outrageous circle of friends and rivals as we look back on their wacky adventures together? Well, that's where Kamen Rider The Diner comes in.
As previously mentioned, Kamen Rider The Diner has been operating in Ikebukuro, Japan since 2011, serving ...
Here's a collection of art based upon the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid tokusatsu television series. The video game-themed superhero show features similar pieces on its many props, and now fans can add this Ex-Aid imagery to their phone backgrounds or anywhere that a person may be inclined to post it, courtesy of Rider enthusiast Raidenzein.
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From Power Rangers to Star Wars to Marvel, 2017 was a year of miracles when it came to popular action titles all vying for a spot in our crowded geek hearts here at Henshin Justice Unlimited. And along the way, many fan groups have brought us their take on the anime, tokusatsu, video game, and fantasy action titles we loved in the year we leave behind. To say farewell to 2017, one such group has put together a piece highlighting their journey through the last twelve months of power, and we'll leave few nerd franchises untouched before the music finally stops pumping.
We featured a video from Kamen Ramen Studios a few months back featuring the Lunar Wolf Ranger of Power Rangers Jungle Fury facing off against Black Panther of the upcoming Marvel Studios film. This fun showcase of crea...
The interwebs can be a dark and tumultuous place, but every once in a while, you can find something to make you smile. Case in point: This little diddy from Youtuber Juan Ignacio Monzon, who provides a marvelous mash-up of two heroes who bear the same name (and a bit more). I'm speaking, of course, of Spider-Man. The classic Marvel Comics superhero brought to life (for, like, the fifth time) in 2017's blockbuster film Spider-Man: Homecoming, starring Tom Holland as the titular high school crimefighter. He comes to us years after another version of the red-and-blue hero swung onto our screens: the 1978 television series Spider-Man (or Supaidaman, if you prefer), starring Todo Shinji as an entirely different alter-ego to the one Marvel readers were used to at the time.
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Is this the closest we'll get to a lead actor from the Power Rangers television franchise featuring in Star Wars? If so, I'll take it! The Library Bards have been serenading Youtube with their nerd-centric music videos for the past few years, sending up a number of favorites in the world of geekdom. Now, they present to us their take on two characters in the recent smash hits Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The characters in question being that former Storm Trooper and the ace pilot who named him, Finn and Poe Dameron, played respectively by John Boyega and Oscar Isaac. But some among the Power Rangers fandom will get an extra treat, as the role of Poe is played here by Azim Rizk, who alternated between the Black and Green Ranger (there's a simple explanatio...
Well, here's a fun bit of trivia for you. Power Rangers, the 2017 reimagining of the 90s TV phenomenon Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, which hit theaters early this year, is currently enjoying a higher audience score with review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes than the new, highly-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Cause for celebration for those in some geek circles. Cause for alarm in others. And others still meet this "news" with an understandable shrug and scroll. Here's why I think this little factoid may be interesting.
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Ah, hell. Every Tom, Dick, and Harry decided to drop trailers for their mega-blockbuster these past two weeks. Must be another Star Wars December. This time, it's Ernest Cline's heavyweight pop culture champion Ready Player One, the bestselling book given life via the man who helped generate a large part of the very fan fervor his sci-fi adventure sought to invoke - famed director Steven Spielberg. And with this second extended look at the film, we have a ton of new iconic characters, images, and music cues to add to the growing pile that has nerds of all ages adjusting in their seats. Among these totemic titans is the anime super-robot tearing up the skies in a battle for the Oasis. No, it's not Voltron, like so many have misidentified him as. And no, it's not the Iron Giant, though he ...
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THE IMMORTAL RED FOX
"What does it take to be a hero? Purpose? Strength? A warrior's curse? Magical weapons? Tight spandex and a cool name? Follow the story of the world's most unfit hero! A transplant to Japan whose questionable luck landed him being either blessed or cursed (depending on how you look at it) with the powers of a 500 year old warrior. A warrior who kept the balance between the natural and supernatural realms. The Immortal Red Fox!!!
The Immortal Red Fox is Japanese live action inspired hero with a creative team spanning the USA, the Philippines, and Japan. The goal was to bring something new and interesting to the table for fans of Japanese live-action, Manga, American style comics, and even fans of pro wrestling. Our story focuses ...
Here's the third episode of Anime Crimes Division, from RocketJump.
The first and second episodes of this web series saw the formation of a new team struggling to clean up the streets of Neo Otaku City. Now, in the season finale, the division is tasked with tracking down a serial killer of the Gundam persuasion.
In addition to helping fund this celebratory exercise in nerd hilarity, Crunchyroll is offering a 30-day free trial to their services.
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