After 10,000…er, 24 years, Power Rangers is free! It’s time to conquer earth with a gigantic $100 million blockbuster, but can the film escape the long shadow of its legendary (and legendarily cheap) television predecessor? Zigg took to the cinema to find out.
The evil Space Shogunate Jark Matter have taken over the 88 constellations of the known universe. Our only hope is the ragtag group of fighters known as the Rebellion, who quest across the stars to fulfil an ancient prophecy, find the 9 Kyu Globes and restore justice to the universe as the Space Sentai, Kyuranger!
Like a pack of wolves we’ve hunted down the 40th Super Sentai season to its ultimate conclusion. Zigg spills the beans on a journey of fun, friendship, and shockingly bad rubber masks.
Kiriya Kujou, a coroner, reveals himself as the last of the four holders of the Gamer Driver. He attempts to retrieve a ‘sample’ the Bugster virus, but is foiled by the mysterious dark Rider known as Genm. Genm is capable of achieving a level 3 transformation and Emu is going to have to match that if he has any hope of defeating him.
Emu tries to help a boy with a fear of doctors, but he’s hindered in his efforts by the sudden appearance of Taiga Hanaya, a former employee of CR who has now taken up the mantle of Kamen Rider Snipe.
Emu is surprised to find that CR already has a Kamen Rider onboard, namely the Director’s son Hiiro Kagami. A brilliant but cold and unfeeling surgeon, he takes to the field as Kamen Rider Brave.
Emu Hojo is both a trainee doctor and also a lover of video games. These two sides to his life come together in an unexpected way one day when he discovers the existence of a deadly virus threatening humanity, known as the Bugster. Now he’ll have to battle the viruses’ monstrous manifestations as the gaming doctor, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid!
Actually, it’s about Medics in Games Journalism.