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Complete Selection Modification Garren Buckle & Garren Rouzer Announced

Complete Selection Modification Garren Buckle & Garren Rouzer Announced

Blog, Kamen Rider, News, tokusatsu, Toys
Within the past few days Premium Bandai teased its next Complete Selection Modification release. The release itself being based on the transformation device and arsenal of Kamen Rider Garren, as seen in "Kamen Rider Blade." In the series, Sakuya Tachibana used the Garren Buckle and Garren Rouzer to become Kamen Rider Garren. However in episode 30, the character would obtain the Rouze Absorber unlocking Jack Form.   Now, Premium Bandai's Complete Selection Modification releases for the items have three possible options in how fans can purchase them. The first option is a standalone Complete Selection Modification Garren Buckle release, this includes the belt, projector, 4 Rouze Cards, and Garren Jack Form Plate. Whereas, the second option pairs the Garren Buckle with the Garr...
The First Stand-Alone Kamen Rider Den-O Work in 10 Years, Pretty Den-O!

The First Stand-Alone Kamen Rider Den-O Work in 10 Years, Pretty Den-O!

Anime, Blog, Movies & TV, tokusatsu
Japan's Cinema Today recently reported that a new Kamen Rider Den-O work is slated to be released during the Toei Manga Festival. For those unaware of the Toei Manga Festival, it is an event established to showcase Toei's childern's series as theatrical films. The event normally occurs during seasonal vacation breaks in the school year. Also, the event is known for hosting the premiere of every Dragon Ball film. Titled "Kamen Rider Den-O: Pretty Den-O," it is the first stand-alone Kamen Rider Den-O work since 2010; the final stand-alone production was "Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider The Movie: Super Den-O Trilogy." Whereas, Kamen Rider Den-O continued to appear in later works through crossover events. Yet, no other details such as the story or cast has been revealed current...
Marvel X Tsuburaya: The Rise of Ultraman Comics

Marvel X Tsuburaya: The Rise of Ultraman Comics

Blog, Comics, Ultraman
Back in November 2019, Marvel Entertainment announced at the Tokyo Comic Con, that they would be collaborating with Tsuburaya Productions. The panel featured both, Marvel's editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski and Tsuburaya Production's CEO Takayuki Tsukagoshi, as they announced the collaboration would be adapting the Ultra Series to comics. The comics intended would not necessarily adapt the various series/ films, but work to expand the productions and overarching lore.   Now, fast forward to yesterday at C2E2 (Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo). There at their panel, Marvel Entertainment announced the creative team behind their first "Ultra" title. Titled, "The Rise of Ultraman," the comic will revisit the original Ultraman from 1967. In the series, it will re-introduce the worl...
PlatinumGames’ Project G.G., a Tokusatsu-Inspired Game!

PlatinumGames’ Project G.G., a Tokusatsu-Inspired Game!

Featured, tokusatsu, Ultraman, Video Games
Yesterday, PlatinumGames shocked the world with the announcement of their new upcoming game, "Project G.G. A Go-Go!" Now, the title is a work progress, but the game itself is heavily influenced by the tokusatsu genre. From the trailer which fans can view below, the game will feature a hero that transforms into an Ultra-like being to fight kaiju. However, while our hero will be reference to Ultraman, their transformation is an obvious homage to Kamen Rider. This leaves us with the question of what other references are in the game? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6inZzkZmiI&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1ANmXnWLhpTgU2FFfYL_inx3bV8NuNCDWt9IAu7upHx8oOGtjmZ19fv2w Now, the game is being directed by PlatinumGames' own, Hideki Kamiya; the mastermind behind Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe...
THE RETURNERS: Life is Short, Unless You’re Dead

THE RETURNERS: Life is Short, Unless You’re Dead

Animation, Anime, Articles, Blog, Books, Comics, Culture, Fantasy, Featured, horror, monster, News, Sci-Fi, Toku, toku, tokusatsu, Uncategorized
If you're looking for something new to get into this year, and have a mind for supernatural mayhem with a twist, look no further than The Returners, the new book from up-and-coming author Lee T. Davis. Sporting heavy inspirations from the world of Japanese anime, live-action special effects, high-flying Hong Kong action, and Hollywood sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, this tale of otherworldly antiheroes is not to be missed. As the official blurb states, 2019's The Returners (not to be confused with an older, unrelated release of the same name) gives the spotlight to uncommon protagonists for the action/adventure genre. And that's especially true if we're only counting stories that aren't a prequel, a sequel, a midquel, any-other-kinda-quel, or anything based on an existing property to beg...
Pardon Our Dust

Pardon Our Dust

Blog, Uncategorized
Henshin Justice Unlimited is taking a break through the holidays, while sparks are flying and hammers hit nails, working out the kinks of the site. After a much-needed hiatus, we hope to return bigger and better, providing more awesome content to our faithful visitors in the future. Until then, we are seeking people who are adept at WordPress and website maintenance, who are willing and able to lend a hand with the site so that our return can be swift and decisive, like a Rider Kick just after a well-delivered quip to our nemesis. Anyone interested in helping to shore up our tech platform can give us a shout here on Twitter. Good journey, comrades. We'll see you on the other side.   You might also like: Watch: KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT Revisited KOJI: An Electrifying N...
Watch: Toei’s SPIDER-MAN Honest Trailer

Watch: Toei’s SPIDER-MAN Honest Trailer

Blog, Culture, Movies & TV, Toku, toku, tokublogs, tokusatsu, Video Update, Videos
As we get ready to pile into movie theaters for the new Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse film, we return to an old gem in the annals of live-action special effects TV, with the strange anomaly that was 1978's Spider-Man. A rare Japanese-produced adaptation from an original Marvel Comics creation, this Spidey bears some similarities to the more familiar wall-crawler from New York, but in other ways... maybe not so much. Still, the hero, whose televised adventures lasted 41 episodes, has made some strides in recent pop culture, having appearances in comic book crossovers where he encounters other webslingers in the Spider-Man multiverse, along with his giant mech Leopardon. Because nothing says "spider power" like a kaiju-sized robot themed after a cat. Here's the Honest Trailer for...
Watch: KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT Revisited

Watch: KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT Revisited

Blog, Kamen Rider, Movies & TV, Toku, toku, tokublogs, tokusatsu, Video Update, Videos
2008 saw the return of Kamen Rider to American television after over a decade of absence. The Japanese action hero franchise survived its ups and downs with the previous English-language adaptation in the form of 1995's divisive Masked Rider only to face a new challenge when Adness Entertainment picked up the brand rights for their own take. The American Kamen Rider Dragon Knight would adapt the visuals from the original Kamen Rider Ryuki, but it would have a tough time finding a big audience on the now-defunct CW4Kids television block. But, for a passionate few, it represented the possibilities for a beloved franchise to branch out toward wider appeal someday soon. Some of us are still waiting for the time when Kamen Rider may be recognized as easily as the likes of the Avengers, ...
THE IMMORTAL RED FOX Vol. 2 Available Now

THE IMMORTAL RED FOX Vol. 2 Available Now

Blog, Comics, Toku, toku, Videos
The Immortal Red Fox is back for more action in Volume 2 of their web series and comic book adventures. The Immortal Red Fox isn’t your typical indie Tokusatsu web series. Based on Shonen Style Manga, our story follows a man, who lacks tact and the ability to survive on his own. An American transplant to Japan, who can barely stand on his own two feet, unknowingly unlocks a gateway to the past, breaking a seal that was put in place by the greatest warrior eons ago. Now, our new hero must continue fighting a war and take on a legacy that has been 500 years in the making. Before he can return to an ordinary life again, he will battle monsters, foot soldiers and generals like you’ve never encountered. Instead of treating his powers like a curse, he must embrace them as a gift! He must
Toy Review: LUPINRANGER VS PATRANGER DX Siren Striker & Victory Striker

Toy Review: LUPINRANGER VS PATRANGER DX Siren Striker & Victory Striker

Reviews, Super Sentai, Toku, Toys
Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger winds down with its final two VS Vehicles, though both are for the Lupinrangers. First up, we have the DX Siren Striker. Siren Striker is an awesome boxy tank, complete with standard Patranger sirens, big red and gold treads, and a big, extendable cannon. I love the look of this thing as a vehicle and it feels great in the hand. It also looks awesome on the DX VS Changer, giving a new henshin jingle for Super Patren Ichi- I mean Super Lupin X.......because that makes sense.  Odd show choices aside, the sounds are fantastic and the reason you should pick this toy up is because, much like every other VS Vehicle, the mecha formation is pretty lackluster. Once again, in the official configuration, the arms are both Splash and Magic again,