Countless parallel worlds have fallen to the evil Tojitend Dynasty, including the universes containing the previous 44 Super Sentai teams. Now, as the Dynasty’s world of Kikaitopia merges with our own, one human and four Kikainoids are all that stand in their way. Armed with the power of all Sentai, they are the Kikai Sentai, Zenkaiger!
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.
If there’s one thing we like to talk about besides anime, it’s men in rubber suits beating up other men in rubber suits while everything behind them explodes. Join newbie Jel as he gets schooled by Zigg, Aquagaze, and Iro on all things tokusatsu, particularly the long running Super Sentai and Kamen Rider series.
The Lupinrangers are a team of phantom thieves aiming to steal back the scattered pieces of the mysterious Lupin Collection by any means necessary. The Patrangers are the starched collar cops out to bring them to justice. For the first time ever it’s Sentai versus Sentai in a fight to the finish!
After a year in space it’s time to come back down to Earth and talk about what we thought of the 41st Super Sentai
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.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Iro) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing all-seeing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard-earned cash on. This week, after a few weeks off for ANIMEPOCALYPSE we return with a truly stacked edition.
Yamato Kazakiri is a well meaning but clumsy zoologist who accidentally tumbles through a portal to a mystic parallel dimension full of human-like animals known as Zyumans. At the same time, evil aliens called the Deathgaliens invade Earth, planning to use it as the field for their 100th Blood Game. Yamato must team up with four of the Zyuman Guardians to fight off the invasion. Together they’ll defend the planet as the Animal Sentai, Zyuohger!
The team try and stop the Red Ranger stealing the spotlight. They fail obviously.
In the first episode, Blue is a jerk. In the second episode he’s still a jerk but the team also have to deal with Yellow being a klutz.
Many years ago, the Last Ninja sealed the demon lord Kibaoni away. Now though Kibaoni has returned and only the Last Ninjas’s descendants, the Igasaki Clan, can stop him! Together they’ll don the spandex and battle evil as the least subtle shinobi ever, the Shuriken Sentai, Ninninger!
100 years in the future, the Deboss Legion has returned! It’s up to the new Paragon Supreme (and her erstwhile assistant) to recruit the next generation of heroes!
The ToQgers visit a town where the inhabitants are afflicted by an inability to care about anything, much like viewers of this show.
The Rainbow Line arrives in Zawame City as the ToQgers infect a show that’s actually good with their own special brand of awfulness.
The cast walk around in circles for a while, then there’s a fight.
The Rainbow Line hits a roadblock on its way to the next station, so it’s up to the ToQgers to go up ahead and figure out what’s wrong. However, Right ends up separated from the rest of the team.
Jeremy Clarkson catches the train while James May and Richard Hammond must race to catch up with him via taxi, bus and walking.
Yes. Really. Someone actually thought this would look cool.
The ToQgers speculate a little more on their shared past, but before they can come to a conclusion they’re dropped off in a city under the control of a dueling obsessed monster.