Fukuide Kei is back with a fiery vengeance in the latest episodes of Ultraman Geed. After recent adventures saw him stumbling through the streets as a penniless vagrant, things weren't looking so hot for the dark Ultraman Belial's dutiful underling. Despite the big red guy having treated him like utter crap, Kei's not taking his boss' apparent demise very well. Meanwhile, the growing sentience of Geed's supercomputer may become a problem in the days ahead for the young master Asakura Riku as he locks horns with Kei once again.
A series of ridiculously convenient coincidences all line up back-to-back, as Laiha and Riku happen to be near a TV as the news services report on Kei's disappearance and suspected murder of his editor a while back (when people thought he was just some random ...
What happens when one of the smartest, wealthiest superheroes in Marvel Comics steps up to the plate to test his might against a hero who routinely takes down giant monsters like it's going out of style? Well, the latest from Kamen Ramen Studios seeks to address that question, sending the Wolf Ranger from Power Rangers Jungle Fury into the territory of the legendary Black Panther. Check the vid below to find out who's the toughest beast warrior in town, and if they'll need laser-knees to claim ultimate victory!
For years, Kamen Ramen Studios has been providing the fandom with fun martial arts, action, and costumed fantasy showcases. This recent short serving as one of several Power Rangers-related videos in their arsenal. Their Pink Ranger short is a personal favorite.
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It’s Avengers done with a hint of Pokemon in Marvel’s latest partnership with Toei and Bandai. A marvellous quick promotional teaser for Disk Wars: The Avengers just hit the internet giving us our first glance at what looks to be a...unique take on Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
A hint of gotta catch’em all is thrown into Toei and Marvel’s latest endeavor: Disk Wars: The Avengers assembles Earth’s Mightiest Heroes under the Land of the Rising Sun. But now, it looks like Bandai wants in on the action with the unexpected announcement of a tie in toy line.