Yellow Caster isn't around to finish off ULTRALY, oddly, so the remaining core Casters discuss a mostly good week of episodes. Ghost resolves its stupid body swap wannabe police drama featuring Jiraya, Misao continues to be adorably awkward, and finishing off the month, we discuss the debut of Ultraman Orb. Without Gar. Nyeh nyeh nyeh.
ChouRaven is VERY awake for this week's episode, which is good because AutoGar isn't here today. Saga is, though, and good timing because we have more MMPR movie images to look at! Other movie news and some interesting toy news.
Red Caster passes out after Extra!, and North ducks out just after sharing his thoughts, so the remaining three Casters share their review of this week's Ghost, in which we get a shitty body swap plot mixed in with a fairly good episode otherwise. With no Zyuohger episode, we fill the time with this week's Ultraly feature: Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy, which is a movie that may or may not feature the Borg destroying a glass planet?
A bunch of Ex-Aid news has been put forth, and the full five core Casters are reunited just in time to discuss it! We got the designs, names, and weapons of the series' primary four Riders and its first villain Rider. This is one episode you gotta watch the video version of!
Dream Caster joins us in place of North Caster. Why? Because Mondo Misao, Zyuoh The World, is pretty much a fictional manversion of her. Also, in Ghostland, Takeru tries to prove to everyone that the Heroic Eyecons aren't useless. Is he right? Finally, continuing Ultraly, we watched the Ultraman Mebius and the Ultra Brothers movie. How did most of us interpret this with little to no context (except for AutoGar?) Come find out!
The five core Casters (plus Silver Caster) unite to begin another theme month here on Castranger. Welcome to Ultraly, a month of Ultraman feature topics, because we promised Gar we would. First we talk about this week's Ghost, which involved some idol drama bullshit and Alan completing another character arc, then we talk about the end of Zyuoh The World's stint as a villain, and finally, for Ultraly, we watched episodes 1, 10, and the finale of the original, Ultraman 1966/Hayata. How does a 50-year old tokusatsu series hold up? Come find out!