The three Castilieros continue their quest to review all the things, like no one ever was, while Lane is off avenging things. On this week's Build, we discuss Banjo discovering his true identity by way of punching Blood Stark in the face. A raised eyebrow at this week's Patranger would be an understatement, as things like "genderswap," "fetish," and "bad touch" would not be inaccurate descriptors of this week's escapade. Finally, to round out Metal April, we discuss the movie that dared stick its robotdik into Kamen Rider Gaim. Can switching it off and back on again really save the intrepid attempts of this young Toku-nocchio from mediocrity?
Behold! The first RSC episode in our newly relocated studio, and GASP Raven and Xenshin have showed up to participate in the episode as our housewarming gift! This week, we discuss the fiery debut of Cross-Z Magma and the revelation of his true origin, and the bone-chilling proper debut of Freezo-Amigo... er, Frostbite Reaper... no, wait, Zamigo Delma, that's his name. And finally, for Week 3 of Metal April, we discuss Metalder, half of the source footage for VR Troopers. Could it possibly be anywhere near as good?
The Core Four REUNITE ONCE AGAIN FOR THE LAST TIME ONCE AGAIN IN THEIR ORIGINAL STUDIO. We discuss Sento's amazing ability to use the power of technicality to avoid an invasion, Banjo's amazing ability to solve his problems with punching, Kairi's attempts to solve all his problems with money, and for week 2 of Metal April, Kikaider 01's attempts to solve all his problems with a small and ocasionally shirtless boy-child which isn't creepy at all nope siree.
Emily and Blaze take turns joining us via Discord for the first week of METAL APRIL, our Kikaider-themed month! But first, we discuss the game-changing third arc of Build's first episode, as Stark builds Tartarus in Tokyo. We discuss how the Lupinranger VS Patranger series just barely manages to maintain its early-game status quo with the attempted sussing out of the thieves' identities. Finally, for Metal April, we discuss a few choices episode of the original Android Kikaider from the 70s. Does this Showa-era toku have the same rustic charm as other Showa series. or does it just fall on its face and explode into a mess of like ten different parts?