Zigg looks back on a year that soared and stumbled in equal measure, and picks out the stories that shone the brightest.
With so much extra time on my hands this year, I got through loads of J-drama! That’s a lie of course, as I marathoned a bunch this month just so this wasn’t barebones. Come read if they were trash or not!
A year has passed by and Zero has become One (and briefly, Two). We look back on the first Kamen Rider of the Reiwa era, and decide whether humanity deserves extinction after all.
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.
Isamu, determined to reveal the truth about the mysterious ‘Daybreak’ incident, ventures into the ruined city. Afterwards, Aruto has to contend with the fact his favourite manga author has outsourced all his work to Humagears.
Aruto comes face to face with the forces of the mysterious Metsubojinrai.net, the villains responsible for driving Humagears insane. He’s both helped and hindered by the arrival of a new pair of Riders.
Aruto Hiden is a young man who just wants to make it as a comedian. However, he’s going to have to put his dream on hold as he’s been named his grandfather’s heir, and that means taking the presidency of the vast Hiden Corporation, which has revolutionised the world with its lifelike robot HumaGears. When evil forces begin to take over the HumaGears and turn them against humanity, Aruto must use his grandfather’s final invention to battle them as the first Rider of the new era, Kamen Rider Zero-One!