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Ultraman Ginga S’ Moga Mogami Comes Out as Bisexual

Ultraman Ginga S’ Moga Mogami Comes Out as Bisexual

News, tokusatsu, Ultraman
Former Demapagumi.inc member and actress Moga Mogami revealed in a TBS variety show that she's bisexual. The show titled Yume Nara Samenaide focuses on female guests who talk about various aspects of love. In the show, Mogami revealed that she had realized she had feelings for other girls around the age of 10 and had a pseudo relationship with another unnamed female entertainer. Said entertainer is aware of her preferences, and Mogami made sure to be somewhat cautious at first so there wouldn't be any awkward situations. But while drinking together, the two would regularly hug and even kiss, which can be seen as pretty standard for friends who are drinking, but there are times it gets more "heated". At the time, this entertainer had a boyfriend, and even though she considered compa...
Ultraman Geed: Here We Go (Away)

Ultraman Geed: Here We Go (Away)

Articles, Blog, Movies & TV, Reviews, Toku, Ultraman
In the new Ultraman Geed, the young son of the nefarious Ultra villain Belial must rise up to save humanity from ultimate extinction. It's the perfect launchpad for an epic entry into the tome of Ultraman stories, years in the making. With the pedigree on display here, you'd have no reason not to think this would rock every sock on this and all other Earths. But while the show isn't totally abysmal, we can't tell yet if it counts as great either. If you just glance the stats for this show, it would seem to have the building blocks of something remarkable. Since Belial's debut in the Ultra Galaxy Legends movie, the ambitious Ultraman-gone-bad has grown in popularity, challenging literal armies of Ultra heroes across the multiverse. The idea that he might have a son who opposes him, ...
Ultraman: The Red-Suited Stepchild

Ultraman: The Red-Suited Stepchild

Articles, Blog, Movies & TV, Toku, Ultraman
The tokusatsu fandom is a fun bunch, but it can sometimes be a bit unforgiving when things don't quite look or sound right to our eyes. If it doesn't shout its name, wear a big, plastic device that people somehow believe is just a watch despite it looking nothing like one, and demonstrate a convenient array of sweet martial arts moves, it's not always going to register with some of us in the English-speaking fan community. So many were introduced to this subgenre through the likes of Saban's Power Rangers, and their many follow-ups, all of which adhered to a pretty strict formula of roll calls, teamwork, and big cheesy slogans. Maybe this contributes to the reluctance some have expressed over the years to jump into the wildly-successful, long-running Ultraman franchise. Let's face it....