Dynaman 14-19

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And here’s an explosive pack of Dyna-mite to go with that Gavan. This pack has it all: Ninjas, Dinosaurs, Sombreros, Cowboys, Sweet potatoes, Porcupines, the lovely scenic Kyushu, and more! Enjoy it!

Gavan 29-33

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Here’s a double stuffed pack of Gavan for your viewing pleasure! And what a great set of episodes it is.

In Ep 29 the great Hikita Tenko the Second guest stars as… herself! Hikita Tenko aka Princess Tenko is the stage name of Mariko Itakura, a famous Japanese magician and illusionist. She inherited the title of Hikita Tenko from the first Tenko who unfortunately died of heart disease at the age of 45. In 1994 she debuted at the Radio City Music Hall and achieved worldwide fame. She was so famous that she even had an animated show on US television in 1995 titled Tenko and the Guardian of the Magic. The magical girl-esque show was produced by Saban and ran for 13 episodes. Tenko herself would make an appearance at the end of the episodes to show off a magic trick. Tenko would also go on to appear in another Metal Hero series in episode 24 of Metalder.

If you want to see some of her tricks check this out. It’s pretty crazy.

Ep 31: What’s better than Hikita Tenko? How about Hiroshi Miyauchi? Every other guest star is only second best. Enough said.

Goseiger Last Epic Blu-Ray

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It’s been fun going back to our older releases and bringing them up to our current standards. Goseiger was always a special show to me so needless to say I enjoyed watching  this again and I hope you enjoy it too. Goseiger doesn’t always get the love it deserves, but it means a lot to us.

This marks the last of the blu-ray re-releases. Now it’s time to go back to our regularly scheduled programming.

 

Gekisou Sentai Carranger VS Ohranger Blu-Ray

 

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Here’s that something special we promised you! Taking place after the end of Ohranger, this movie finds our Cho-Riki heroes tracking down the last member of Baranoia, only to find a group of unremarkable civilians instead.

For the full effect we recommend watching Carranger first. Not like anyone should need an excuse to watch Carranger though! If you haven’t seen Ohranger, you’re probably safe. There’s nothing here that spoils the show (unless the heroes winning is a spoiler). In fact this movie has a line about how if all 5 Ohrangers aren’t together they’re apparently not at full strength which is something that was never mentioned, or touched upon, in the show (and according to Japanese Wikipedia was actually made up specifically for this movie). So basically if you’ve only seen Carranger, feel free to watch this movie. If you haven’t seen Carranger then what’s wrong with you?