This week on Castranger, we discuss Ikki and Daiji betting the fate of humanity on a sibling disagreement while Hikaru and Daddyninger attempt to develop their characters. We discuss Jiro's descent into awkward and annoying while Tarou surprises us with some actual character development. Finally, we bridge the gap between Shiranami Junpei and Igarashi Genta by finishing the Kamen Rider Vail specials.
This week, the Castrangers discuss Daiji's further descent once more into little bitch-dom, the surprise that anyone died in Donbrothers isn't really dead, the debut of Don Doragoku, and the first two episodes of Igarashi Genta's origin as Kamen Rider Vail.
This week, Castranger discusses the episode of Revice in which Hiromi's return unearths the truth behind his and Daiji's attitude changes while Revice themselves get their beautiful new final form, Donbrothers gets a free warranty replacement for their dead leader, and the Zero-One/Ex-Aid crossover sets up a definitely upcoming movie with a new forms for both Thouser and Genm.
This week, we discuss how Daiji seems to be sinking back into his whiny bitch phase on Revice, Momoi and Sonoi's bromance comes to a head on Donbrothers, then back to Revice for the fake wedding episode where the hilarity is turned up to 11.
This week on Castranger, we discuss the debut of Kamen Rider Aguilera instead of Kamen Rider Julio, the debut of Don Onitaijin packed into an idol showcase, and for our feature topic we discuss the debut of Golden Ryan in the second Tiger & Bunny movie.
This week, for the third week of Ani-May, we take a look at an old anime, possibly the father of all Voltron-style team-in-one-robot anime, Combattler V. Does it hold up under a modern lens? But first, Hideo goes ham with his declaration of surrender in Revice, and we lament about the "debut" of Over Demons, and then Donbrothers has the most awkward tone shift of the year as its episode goes from Scooby-Doo to a horror flick, real quick.
This week on Castranger, we start to understand Hideo's twistedness a little more, we get a new Oni Sister for an episode, and then Gar introduces us to the live-action adaptation of a zany magical girl series.
It's another Ichi and Lane episode as we discuss how Jeanne Loses But Will Eventually Get Her Groove Back, how our pink boy seems to be headed for becoming the second Micchy, and how the Saber movie blew away expectations. Mostly.