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sdsichero wrote: Only rumors so far. There are a couple of rumors that keep coming up, but last time I checked, no name has been officially been registered yet (which usually REALLY kicks off the rumors). Last I saw, folks were saying it might be called Saido or something.
I hope they loose the silly with the new show.
Strict31 wrote:To quote Hunter S. Thompson, there is nothing more despicable than a cat in the depths of a nip binge..
Strict31 wrote:Listen to Feline Mussolini.
Strict31 wrote:You're goddamned insane.
achilles wrote:Pay no attention to Cat-Scratch people; he's insane from all that cat-nip.
Lord Simian wrote:"Us"? This is YOUR Kongdamn fault, mister "Bets on when this place will break again"....
Psivage wrote:Don't trust a cat. They are always up to no good.
Ragnascratch is coming... maybe. I Made the 2.5 Millionth Post - Subject - Shania Twain's Bewbs-eh! ／人 ◕ ‿‿ ◕ 人＼
Saban Brands has announced that the 2013 installment of the Power Rangers franchise will be Power Rangers Megaforce, which will incorporate footage from the 2010-2011 Super Sentai show Tensou Sentai Goseiger. The 20th anniversary Power Rangers will be replacing Samurai Sentai Shinkenger-based Power Rangers Super Samurai on Nickelodeon.
The Japan Toy Association announced the winners of the fifth annual Japan Toy Award at Tokyo Kokusai Forum on June 12. The association received 397 applications from 40 toy companies in Japan this year, and a group of 21 judges from the Japanese toy industry and the media selected the winners. The main toys of Smile PreCure, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and Kamen Rider Fourze won the first prizes in their categories. All of the toys were produced by Bandai. This shows why Bandai has been the most successful toy company in Japan.
It was revealed on Wednesday that a film version of the 2011 live-action television series based on the classic supernatural adventure anime Humanoid Monster Bem (Yōkai Ningen Bem) will be released in Japanese theaters on December 15 of this year. Key cast and staff from the television show will make a return in the film, including KAT-TUN's Kazuya Kamenashi (playing the title character), model/actress Anne (playing Bera), and child actor Fuku Suzuki (playing Berro), as well as writer Masafumi Nishida (Tiger & Bunny) and director Shunsuke Kariyama. The story will continue the main characters' aimless adventures.
In the original 1968 anime, Bem, Bera, and Berro are ugly humanoid monsters (yōkai) who fight for justice. The monsters live among humans and protect them from evil yōkai. The three find themselves ostracized from both humans and other yōkai, but the three continue to fight in hopes of one day becoming humans themselves.
"Iron Girl" is an up-coming Japanese sci-fi action film starring Kirara Asuka(Female Prisoner No. 701 ~SASORI~), Rina Akiyama (Kamen Rider Agito), Yuji Kido (Mirai Sentai Timeranger), and Yasuhisa Furuhara (Engine Sentai Go-onger). An armored suit-wearing woman with amnesia, only known as "Iron Girl", fights against a group of outlaws called "Crazy Dogs" to save a small village in the wasteland. Is she the legendary "Iron Savior" written in the old document of the village? The film hits Japanese theaters on July 21.
CAPCOM's historical action game franchise Sengoku Basara is inspiring its first live-action television show next month, and actor/singer GACKT (Fûrin Kazan, New Fist of the North Star, Tono to Issho, Shiki) will star in it as Oda Nobunaga. Sengoku Basara -Moonlight Party- will also star Kento Hayashi (Arakawa Under the Bridge) as Date Masamune (center) and Kōhei Takeda (Hana Zakari no Kimi-tachi e: Ikemen Paradise, Kamen Rider Kiva) as Sanada Yukimura.
At the Tokyo Toy Show 2012, which was held at Tokyo Big Site, it was announced that The Ultraman Biography Showwill get another addition. This is a new “Key visual” that will feature in the show which is about to go into its’ second year.
What you are seeing above is Ultraman Zero’s new Power, Zero’s first “Mode Change” ability, which gives Ultraman Zero 2 new appearances and powers. In this form Zero turns red and called Strong Crona Zero, in the film Ultraman Saga, Zero battled while fused with Ultraman Dyna and Cosmos. Both of the Ultra Warriors entrusted Zero with with the ability to Mode-change.
Strong Corona Zero has the power of Dyna’s Strong-type and Cosmos’ Corona-mode. The red, silver and the golden line gives him a strong appearance! He shines as gold in this form, as well as the Zero Slagger and the colour-timer base on his chest.
The blue form is called Luna Miracle Zero – the blue and silver gives him a stylish and fresh look! In this form, Zero, the Zero Slagger and the colour timer base shine blue. Like is name suggests; Zero receives Cosmos’ Luna-mode and Dyna’s Miracle-Type, a very powerful transformation. Zero can change between the red and blue forms. You will be able to enjoy his new forms in the new Ultraman Biography series special, entitled Ultra Zero Fight. There is no announcement of the date as yet.
Ultra Q, the live-action special-effects (tokusatsu) television series that spawned the Ultra/Ultraman franchise, is returning 47 years later for a 12-episode "second season" called Neo Ultra Q next year. Gakuryū Ishii, Yū Irie, and other film directors are helming the episodes on the WOWOW cable and satellite channel.
In addition, the second and third Ultra television series — Ultraman and Ultra Seven — will have high-definition remastered editions that will run on WOWOW this August and winter, respectively. Neo Ultra Q and the high-definition television runs of Ultraman and Ultra Seven are part of the "Tsuburaya Productions x WOWOW's Three Great Ultra Projects." WOWOW already ran a high-definition remaster of Ultra Q in 2011.