Saga and Noble join us this week as we discuss the "amazingly" paced second episode of Build, the debut of DaddyRanger FromThePast, and finally, an actual feature topic: The Zyuohger Returns movie. Does Yamato make a convincing gangster? Does Misao's love story hit the mark? Will Robert De Niro collect all the Chaos Emeralds??
IT'S NEWS SHOW NUMBER ONE HUNDO BABY AND WOW DID THIS NEWS STORY COME AT THE PERFECT TIME. IT'S MOTHERFUCKING SHF BRAVE LEGACY GAMER BITCHES! Also Cel / Saga joins us this week in addition to Noble as we talk about other interesting things like the English version of Kamen Rider Climax Fighters, Night Rogue's leaked henshin, more stupid Build merch, a blind old bastard, and the cutest little humidifer that'll ever roar at you, among other news stories this week!
The five core Casters are together and alone for once, lol. Most of us gush about how much we love Kamen Rider Lazer Chambara Bike Gamer Level 3, and pretty much Kiriya in general. We discuss the proper debut of Zyuoh Bird and the reveal of some Zyuland history, and rounding out the last week of Zillavember, we talk about the 1998 American Godzilla film, or as it should be known, Leo Bloom and Most of The Simpsons Save Manhattan From Two Giant Iguanas.
Yellow Caster bursts back into the room, where we're already joined by Dream Caster, to join us as we discuss the debuts of Kamen Rider Brave Level 3 and Zyuoh Bird, and continuing Zillavember we shamble together our thoughts on two halves of two different versions of Godzilla Final Wars.
Red Caster's still in Detroit, so Navy Caster joins the remaining four core members as we begin ZILLAVEMBER, a theme month to celebrate Godzilla's anniversary! What better film to start with than the original, 1954's Gojira? Also, we review the debut of Gekitotsu Robots on Ex-Aid, and the Halloween episode of Zyuohger!
NICE, FRIENDLY CHATRANGER is our brand new series where we have slightly formal interview with very special guests.
In this episode, Blue Caster Ichida za Zeal has a nice, friendly chat with Bueno, head of Garage Hero, an indie tokusatsu studio based in Tokyo, and creator of such films as Gun Caliber and Strega. Bueno joins us to talk about the cult he's created, the people he's learned from and worked with, and give a bit of a teaser on his upcoming project, Strega.