With the end of Zi-O and the beginning of Zero-One, the Neo-Heisei era of Kamen Rider is now over. Not only this, but it fits perfectly into the last decade, meaning I have an excuse to take a look back at the last ten years of Kamen Rider, and assign arbitrary awards instead of moaning about how bad they were.
Whether you want tower block murder mysteries, successful scam artists or giant monsters beating the stuffing out of each other, you’re in luck because J-drama has it all. Here’s a look at what I watched this year.
GLORIO’s King of the Kaiju is Euri and colons’ excuse to watch monster movies. For their seventh episode they take a look at the 1972 film, Daigoro vs. Goliath.
GLORIO’s King of the Kaiju is Euri and colons’ excuse to watch monster movies. For their sixth episode they take a look at the 1996 film, Rebirth of Mothra.
GLORIO’s King of the Kaiju is Euri and colons’ excuse to watch monster movies. For their fifth episode they take a look at the 1967 film, Yongary, Monster from the Deep.
A bland dude winds up living with nine girls of varying ages and helps them to fight demons by groping their breasts and making them fall in love with him.
Iruma has awful parents. They make him work to support the family while they laze about, despite him being 14, just because he can’t say no to anyone. They eventually sell him to a demon named Sullivan, who cares for him as if if he were his own grandson. Now attending demon school, Iruma must conceal his true identity as a human, or risk being eaten.