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.
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!
The Druidon Tribe once ruled over Earth 65 million years ago, but abandoned the planet when it was threatened by a large meteor. The Ryusou Tribe, who fought against the Druidon, stayed and survived, their descendants vowing to protect it from evil. When the Druidon return to claim back Earth, it’s up to a new group of Ryusoulgers to put a stop to them.
We made it.
With Mama Minato now back with us, everyone quickly tries to think of ways to deal with Leugocyte without firing a laser at it. It doesn’t work out so well, so R/B will probably have to fire a laser at it.
The Minato family, upon being visited by the person threatening to end the world, perform a dance about manju. Unsure of how to proceed the plot, we revisit the case of the missing mother. She’s been in Aizen’s basement all along, trapped inside a space vase.
We sleep through episode 18, then watch as D.R.L.N. sends the bad robot to go fight the Ultramen.
Zigg explains how Zi-O became lost in time.
PIGMON THE BEST.
You know what’s cooler than new weapons and new forms? Fusion, baby! Along with the introduction of Ultraman Ruebe, we get some pretty stellar parenting from Papa Minato.
Sougo mindlessly carries out the orders of a tyrant, before coming to his senses….somehow. Afterwards, he decides to crack down on the biggest threat facing our society – rampant street dancing. Oh and God is here I suppose.
The mysterious goth gives Aizen, Rosso and Blu power-ups, then makes them fight. Asahi realises she’s weird. I want a pet space narwhal.
Kuroto Dan, CEO of the Dan Corporation, announces his intent to secede from Japan and form his own sovereign nation. Intrigued by the possibility of learning from a brutal, egotistical overlord in person, Sougo decides to emigrate.
Geiz travels back to 2012, hoping to acquire the Wizard Ridewatches from the mysterious figure he bumped into. Sougo stays in the present to try to hunt down Another Wizard.
Sougo and Geiz, once again at odds with each other, investigate reports of a small-time theatre that appears to be hosting an actual real magician.
Teaming up with Takumi and Kusaka, Sougo and his crew attempt to uncover the truth behind the mysterious Fourze/Faiz Another Rider, and his connection to Amanogawa student Karin Yamabuki. Also, Geiz makes a truly explosive phone call.
A powered-up Horoboros proves too strong for the Ultramen, leaving all three of them hospitalised. After three very obvious hints, Asahi finally figures out the human identities of Rosso and Blu. Also, she might be an alien now?