Go-Kaiger Slated to run for 52 Episodes?: As far as I’m concerned, it could go on another season.

Alright, there’s been a mini debate over ho long Go-Kaiger will actually run for. On the one hand, you have rumored episode summaries that point to 50 episodes, and before then there were rumors that the series could go well over 50. So which rumor is closer to the truth? Looks like we might have the answer to that question.

According to new Blu-Ray and DVD listings, Go-Kaiger will run for 52 episodes. This comes from news that they are including five episodes per disc, instead of just four, and that they started including those fifth episodes as early as volume 9 (total volume collection has been counted at 12). So if the last four volumes includes 5 episodes each, and the previous 8 volumes included four episodes each, then that brings the hypothetical total to 52 episodes, which would debunk the newer finale rumors and reassert the older episode count rumors. But is this really the case? Will the series run throught February We’ll just have to keep waiting to find out.

-M.C., the Quantum Twin

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Zodiart Switches Coming soon: Dibs on Capricorn!

Wish upon a star? Jiminy Cricket does not approve.

The Astro Switches might be fun, but would you like to wish upon the stars and become a Zodiart? Well now you can! Bandai will release the Kamen Rider Fourze Zodiarts Switch on March 19th, 2012!

The Switch, which let’s people change into Zodiarts in the show, weigh 300 grams and will be show size. It has several self-contained sounds, including the transformation sound, the “Last One” sound, and it can list of the name of the 20 currently known Zodiarts, which includes the 12 Zodiac Zodiarts.

Well, they haven’t done a release like this since W, I wonder how well it will sell with fans. Anyway, pricing hasn’t been set yet, but preorders are available at various online retailers, so go find out whose got ’em!

-M.C., the Quantum Twin