Kamen Rider OOO and Sgt. Frog “write” letters to cheer up kids in areas affected by the Earthquake.

Exnet is currently sending out letters of support to children who are living in evacuation shelters in quake-stricken areas. The company started sending out letters to Soma in Fukushima Prefecture and to Tome in Miyagi Prefecture on June 11th, and plans to send letters to every shelter (upon request) from now until the end of July. Both Fukushima and Miyagi prefectures were among the areas most heavily affected by the 9.0 Earthquake back in March. The letters for each rread as follows:

Kamen Rider OOO:

“To everyone ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Everyone’s up?
I’m Kamen Rider OOO.
You always support me, thank you!

Because everyone, I’m fighting to give up at any cost.
“Minna Ganbare!” I never beat me from my voice What strengthens.

Every day, playing healthy, eating the rice tightly, When I sleep soundly at night.
Then, I become stronger than I can from everyone.

Someday, I’ll look forward to seeing everyone into cheerful!”

Sgt. Frog:

“To everyone ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Dearimasu I do good to children?
Planet Soup Space invaders galaxy No. 58 toad
Leading engineering battalion commander, special Dearimasu Keroro.

Thank you to everyone from our platoon always rooting for, thank you, thank Dearimasu.
Soup of the gun barrel from their Dearimasu We also have support for everyone.
Our platoon is to become the future everyone smile, bright and fun Dearimasu the struggle!

Also everyone, every day, having fun, eating the rice tightly, – When I sleep soundly at night Dearimasu.
Then, Dearimasu definitely healthier now be swelling.

Someday – I have been looking forward to Dearimasu can Pekopon invasion strategy with everyone bouncing!”


Super Hero Time Update(?): New video released on RRR.


RRR just uploaded a new video regarding SHT. Just follow the link above to see the original post. For those of you who don’t know or may not recall, Ryokuya of RRR along with CS Toys Blog and several others started the Super Hero Time Japan Relief Effort after the devastating magnitude 9 earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, the quake that resulted in hundreds of massive aftershocks and a tsunami that nearly wiped out Sendai and other areas along coast. From March 13th to April 9th, SHT managed to successfully raise $8255 for Japan relief, and it was all thanks to your donations. If you’d like to read the original post, or see the video, just click the link above. And to those of you who donated, arrigato gozaimasu! (^O^)/

Super Hero Time! Final Update: Thanks Everybody!

Saturday April 9th was officially the last day of the Super Hero Time! Japan Relief Effort. The final donations came in and the final amount came to $8,255! That is certainly more than they were expecting, and a good sum of money for an upstart fundraiser. And since the money is going directly to Mr. S at CSToys Blog, and he has already arranged to hand this money over to charities in Japan, I’m sure it will go to good use. On behalf of SHT for this site, I just want to thank everyone that donated to the relief effort. It’s amazing what we can do when we come together. For everyone that donated, you should all consider yourselves real heroes. If you’d like a real henshin device to go with that title, please feel free to contact me. But in all seriousness, I would just like to say thank you, your donation will really help someone out.

Go-Kaiger, OOO, and Super Hero Time Update!

For those of you interested, next Sunday they will have new episodes of both Go-Kaiger and Kamen Rider OOO. Some good news, at least for us toku fans. I just have to wonder if people in Japan will have enough power to see it, since they are still dealing with rolling blackouts across the country.

This brings me to my next point. Yesterday, or should I say last night, this website and myself became official supporters of the Super Hero Time Japan Relief Fund, which, as you may have read on the original RRR post, is the combined efforts of RRR, CS Toys, Henshin Justice Unlimited, and many other reviewers, vloggers, bloggers, and general toku fans, to bring some form of relief to those devasted by the tragic and terrible events that have taken place since the earthquake, which many are now measuring at 9.0. What many are going through in Japan is almost unimaginable. So I implore you, once again, please help in any way you can. I will repost the link to the SHT ChipIn site right here: http://superherotime.chipin.com/super-hero-time 

You are more than welcome to follow this link, and give however much you want. Any amount will help. You can even copy this link and put it on your own stuff, whether it’s a blog, a Facebook page, a Tweet, whatever you use, as long as the word gets out. As I type this, there is the possibility of an explosion at the third functioning nuclear plant, and the possibility of nuclear meltdown is now greater than ever. Many people are without food, water, electricity, even shelter in some extreme cases. If you still have doubts about helping, then think about this: Monday morning in Japan, over 1000 dead bodies washed up on shore in the Northern part of Honshu, the main island of Japan. They were all people who had been drowned and dragged away by the tsunami that resulted from that 9.0 earthquake. They need all the help they can get over there, and you could be a real hero to someone. So please, follow the link above and donate.

As they said on the original RRR post, everyone, let’s henshin, get out our giant robos, and let’s get out there and help. And if you need a little inspiration:

BTW, just so you know that I’m serious about this, I’m not even going to post a celebratory piece about hitting 2000 visits(!). Thanks for that. Please help, and thank you for listeneing.

Fan Fiction Sentai: Kokusai Sentai Kyujoger

In Japanese, 国際戦隊救助ジャー . Translated means International squadron rescue rangers. In responce to the events that have taken place in Japan in recent days, and inspired by the world-wide responce to the crisis, I came up with this fanfic sentai. Image a mix between Battle Fever J and KyuKyu Sentai GoGoV. Basically it’s a team of rescue and relief workers comprised of members from around the world, brought together by the terrible tragedy that befell Japan. Originally just rescue workers that came to help from their own respective countries and organizations, five of them joined together when a new evil threat appeared to take advantage of the destruction and devastation. That’s all I really have now, if you want to see the rest, the full fan fiction will be available soon.

Whether or not this is in bad taste, I’m not sure. I’ll let you decide.