Wada Keiichi Comparison video: He’s definitely still got it!

Well, if we can take anything away from the latest episode of Go-Kaiger, it’s that Wada Keiichi is still kick-ass! He’s just as skilled, and overall just as AWESOME as he was in his Dairanger days. Not convinced? Then why don’t you take a look at this comparison video and judge for yourself:

See it now? Heck, he’s probably better now than he was 18 years ago (holy crap, was it really that long ago?! 0.o).

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Kamen Rider OOO TaMaShii Combo “Let’s Go Kamen Rider” Movie Appearance

One of the most anticipated scenes from the movie OOO Den-O All Rider: Let’s Go Kamen Rider was the debut (so to speak) of the OOO TaMaShii combo. And for anyone who hasn’t scene the movie yet (which you can click here to see), we have the clip from that scene in the movie! So check it out, and feel the Rider Spirit!:

Okay, so it was only about a minute and a half of the actual TaMaShii combo footage, but that was an awesome minute and a half!

And that’s followed by an even cooler scene at the end, so be sure to click that link above to see the whole movie!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Super Sentai Battle Ranger Cross Opening: Five Teams, 25 Rangers, One AWESOME Game!

Here’s the opening to the newly released Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross. It features all five teams that will be appearing in the game. Enjoy!:

The game is out now!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Go-Kaiger Ep.29 screen shots and video clip: Mysterious Pink RangerKey and Rampaging Pirates!

Hey, everybody! the screen shots for the newest episode of Go-Kaiger just came in, and we have a short clip featuring the dual combination GoJyuGo-KaiOh! Abareyoh!:

Ep.29:

Ep.30 Preview:

And here’s a clip of GoJyuGo-KaiOh in action:

Well, that’s it for Go-Kaiger news at the moment, sorry, no videos yet. If I find anything else, I’ll let you know.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Ultraman Saga Clips Revealed: So the real hero is Tsuburaya?

We’ve got two clips from a Japanese morning news show featuring scenes from the upcoming third movie in the Ultraman Zero trilogy, Ultraman Saga, and it also features a little bit of promotional stuff for Tsuburaya. Eh, it’s there, just so you know. Now let’s get to the part you’re actually interested in!:

The movie premieres February 2012.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Go-Kaiger Jetman Tribute clip: Flying Henshin!

Sorry, I haven’t seen anything yet of Ep.28, I heard that the people that usually record these episodes had some technical issues, so I can’t help you with finding a full video. But, I do happen to have a clip from the Go-Kaiger’s Jetman henshin sequence. Check it out below (sorry about the quality):

You just have to love Gai’s reaction. 😛

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Go-Kaiger Ep.26: Pirates and Ninjas United against Evil! And Ep.27 Preview.

I’ll admit, I’m still not brave enough yet to post whole episodes on this blog yet (BTW the guys over at Jefusion apparently have nerves of steel and a large pair of brass ones), but that doesn’t mean that I won’t try to bring the best content from each episode! That being said, here are some screen shots from the episode, as well as a clip from the show, and the preview from next week’s episode. So, ShuuShuuto Ikuzo!

First, we have the screen shots:

Next up, here’s the clip of the Go-Kaiger Hurricanger team-up henshin and fight!:

And finally, we have a preview for next week’s episode:

Alright, you should be caught up with Go-Kaiger now, and officially in geek-out mode after this episodes!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Eiji Greeed vs. Complete Ankh: Debut and Battle!

Here is, without a doubt, one of the biggest things to come out of Ep.46, the debut of both Eiji Greeed and Complete Ankh! And their battle against each other!! You’ve gotta see this!:

So where on earth does the story go from here?! Looks like we have to tune in to find out!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

Power Rangers SPD Japanese Dub clip: Jack’s first morph.

As you know, TOEI Channel announced not too long ago that they would be airing episodes of Power Rangers SPD on their network, with the cast of Dekaranger dubbing over their SPD counterparts. Now the first episode of SPD has aired in Japan, and we have a short clip from it. Wanna see how they handled dubbing over their own material?:

Well, it’s certainly interesting to see. It’s almost like the original Dekaranger material has come full circle. Or to put it another way, it’s weird to watch, but awesome.

And I think we’re all in agreement that English subs would be unneccesary at this point, right?

-M.C., the Quantum Twin