Touma and Kento drop acid and finally make their way to the legendary Desert of Avalon!…er, Soundstage of Avalon…Concrete Bunker of Avalon?
A lot of things happen! Most of them are very ugly! None of them make sense!
Wait, what? What’s going on? Who is that? Where are we? A television show you say? Could’ve fooled me.
Ogami is convinced of Touma’s good intentions and together the three Riders set off to rescue Sora. But their way is barred by an enemy from 15 years ago…
The young man on the flying carpet introduces himself as Kento Fukamiya, a childhood friend of Touma’s. Before they can get too reacquainted though, another Rider bursts onto the scene, this time with a small child in tow.
The mysterious stranger introduces himself as Rintaro Shindo, aka Kamen Rider Blades. He takes Touma and Mei to meet the mysterious Sophia, who explains the work of the ancient society known as the Sword of Logos.
Anime is back with a full roster of shows for the Fall 2020 season, but do any of them look good? You’ll just have to listen and find out.
Young novelist Touma Kamiyama dreams of a lost past full of swordsmen and monsters, and a mysterious girl who he doesn’t recognise. While out delivering a present, he and his editor Mei are caught up in an attack from another world, and only Touma can save the day as the Swordsman of Fire, Kamen Rider Saber!
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.
Coming down the home stretch of a weird season with show ending at odd times, we wrap up Great Pretender (for now), Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise, and Kamen Rider Zero-One.
We talk anime business with the sale of Crunchyroll and the death of KissAnime, then on to our usual batch of Summer shows.
Artemis joins the usual crew as we talk about the timely Crunchyroll Anime Awards and our usual slate of anime episodes.
We catch up on some older shows, geek out about Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! again, and Jel reveals the true power behind Dorohedoro.
To wrap up our coverage of the GLORIO decade, Zigg takes a look at ten unforgettable moments from ten different shows across ten years.
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.
Jel, Iro, Gee, and Marlin cover the good, the bad, and the disappointing shows from the Fall season.
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!
Zigg explains how Zi-O became lost in time.