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nipponhero:

S.H. Figuarts 仮面ライダーZO
(Kamen Rider ZO)   NORMAL RELEASE: DECEMBER 2014

S.H. Figuarts バルイーグル
(Vul-Eagle)  NORMAL RELEASE: DECEMBER 2014
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*WALLET SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTS* 
I was so positive that they would have made Kamen Rider ZO an exclusive and I never thought they would get around to Sun Vulcan so fast! December is going to be an amazing month!! 

More Pictures: 
http://tamashii.jp/special/pickup/201412mzb/

sentaifiguarts:

Sun Vulcan’s Vul Eagle S.H.Figuarts Revealed

Following Gorenger’s Akaranger, the Shōwa period releases continue with Sun Vulcan’s Vul Eagle. It looks like Tamashii is really going to push older series, specifically the Reds. Hopefully we’ll see other members of Gorenger and Sun Vulcan in the near future—but for the time being, it’s a relief to see something new in the Sentai line.

How many hardcore Sentai fans are going to pick up two of these guys?

SO MUCH YES

now i will have all of the figuarts that I have ranger keys for!!!!

doctorwho:

In case you missed it: With the premiere of Series 8 only a few days away, we figured it was high wibbly wobbly timey wimey time to reveal the titles for the rest of the episodes, and here they are: 

Episode 1: Deep BreathWritten by Steven MoffatDirected by Ben Wheatley
Episode 2: Into the DalekWritten by Phil Ford and Steven MoffatDirected by Ben Wheatley
Episode 3: Robot of SherwoodWritten by Mark GatissDirected by Paul Murphy
Episode 4: ListenWritten by Steven MoffatDirected by Douglas Mackinnon
Episode 5: Time HeistWritten by Stephen Thompson and Steven MoffatDirected by Douglas Mackinnon
Episode 6: The CaretakerWritten by Gareth Roberts and Steven MoffatDirected by Paul Murphy
Episode 7: Kill the MoonWritten by Peter HarnessDirected by Paul Wilmshurst
Episode 8: Mummy on the Orient ExpressWritten by Jamie MathiesonDirected by Paul Wilmshurst
Episode 9: FlatlineWritten by Jamie MathiesonDirected by Douglas Mackinnon
Episode 10: In the Forest of the NightWritten by Frank Cottrell BoyceDirected by Sheree Folkson
Episodes 11/12: Dark Water/Death in HeavenWritten by Steven MoffatDirected by Rachel Talalay

Our friends over at the Nerdist have added that, 

On the directing front, veteran Who director Douglas Mackinnon is getting three episodes this year, up from the two he did (brilliantly) last series. Aside from Mackinnon, all of the other directors are new to the show and have a long history of work in various fields. Ben Wheatley, of course, is the director of such horrifying features as Kill List and A Field in England, while the two-part finale is directed by American-born, Canadian-working director Rachel Talalay who broke into the business working on the Nightmare on Elm Street films and directing Freddy’s Dead in 1991. [x]

doctorwho:

In case you missed it: With the premiere of Series 8 only a few days away, we figured it was high wibbly wobbly timey wimey time to reveal the titles for the rest of the episodes, and here they are: 

Episode 1: Deep Breath
Written by Steven Moffat
Directed by Ben Wheatley

Episode 2: Into the Dalek
Written by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat
Directed by Ben Wheatley

Episode 3: Robot of Sherwood
Written by Mark Gatiss
Directed by Paul Murphy

Episode 4: Listen
Written by Steven Moffat
Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 5: Time Heist
Written by Stephen Thompson and Steven Moffat
Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 6: The Caretaker
Written by Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat
Directed by Paul Murphy

Episode 7: Kill the Moon
Written by Peter Harness
Directed by Paul Wilmshurst

Episode 8: Mummy on the Orient Express
Written by Jamie Mathieson
Directed by Paul Wilmshurst

Episode 9: Flatline
Written by Jamie Mathieson
Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 10: In the Forest of the Night
Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce
Directed by Sheree Folkson

Episodes 11/12: Dark Water/Death in Heaven
Written by Steven Moffat
Directed by Rachel Talalay

Our friends over at the Nerdist have added that, 

On the directing front, veteran Who director Douglas Mackinnon is getting three episodes this year, up from the two he did (brilliantly) last series. Aside from Mackinnon, all of the other directors are new to the show and have a long history of work in various fields. Ben Wheatley, of course, is the director of such horrifying features as Kill List and A Field in England, while the two-part finale is directed by American-born, Canadian-working director Rachel Talalay who broke into the business working on the Nightmare on Elm Street films and directing Freddy’s Dead in 1991. [x]

How freaking much of a coincidence is this????

algo448:

You’ve got to be f#cking kidding me.

That’s the conlusion to the Kamen Rider War!?

You should see the alternate ending if the other side won

Gaim starts charging up an attack… and then just puts his weapon down…

Mini Riders!

Minna Atsumare Pixel Upsized

weirdlynormal:

I’m having fun upsizing my works.image

shylax:

dapwnietecheno:

squidsquish:

australianpikachu:

i’m in tears

H E H A S A R R I V E D

YAOI KLINK

I really hope this is real

Its not real, not at all
this got passed around a few years ago
also this page says that its ability is “baby killer” and that it has 3 types
All of the captions don’t have anything to do with pokemon at all

shylax:

dapwnietecheno:

squidsquish:

australianpikachu:

i’m in tears

H E H A S A R R I V E D

YAOI KLINK

I really hope this is real

Its not real, not at all

this got passed around a few years ago

also this page says that its ability is “baby killer” and that it has 3 types

All of the captions don’t have anything to do with pokemon at all

A summary of what’s going on thus far in the Digimon franchise

fuzzleyan:

  • A sequel series to the Adventure (and presumably 02) universe is in development and slated for spring 2015, said to include a 17-year-old Taichi in high school. Further details are promised if an egg on the anniversary project webpage is hatched. 
  • Adventure is slated to be re-run on Animax in October, making Animax the third Japanese network to ever air a Digimon series.
  • The game Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is still in development, with music confirmed to be by Takada Masafumi (Danganronpa, No More Heroes).
  • The game Digimon All-Star Rumble is in development by Prope (developers of Digimon Adventure PSP), with a promised NA and EU release (it is unknown if the game will be Japanese as well). It is likely that the sales of this game will be used to gauge overseas interest in Digimon games.
  • A variety of merch, including a re-release of the Adventure Digivices and a Beelzebumon jacket, is up for sale at Premium Bandai.
  • The merchandise sold at the 15th Anniversary event at Odaiba is now up for sale at Toei’s store.
  • S.H. Figuarts seems to have an Alphamon figure in development, while Megahouse seems to have Takeru/Patamon and Hikari/Tailmon figures in development. Further details about the product exhibition at the Odaiba event are slated to be in the next issue of V-Jump on the 21st.
  • The album “Digimon Movie Song Collection”, featuring an assortment of songs from the Digimon movies along with some new re-recorded versions by AiM, is on sale in “Movie Version" and "Omegamon Version" (the only difference is the cover art).
  • A Blu-Ray rerelease of Adventure is slated for March 3, 2015; the first edition will include a never-before-released drama CD. Similarly, another Blu-Ray compilation entitled Digimon THE MOVIES Blu-Ray 1999-2006, including all the Digimon movies released to date, is slated for January 9, 2015.
  • The Digimon products are currently, as of this post, the top-selling products at Toei’s store.

Simply put, a lot is happening right now! It’s a good time to be a Digimon fan.

durianarms:

AND KR DRIVE IS GO

ex-wife:

literally the same character how did they get away with this

Really liked Heisei Rider Vs Showa Rider movie, but the actual conclusion of the fight between the Riders in the last 2 mins of the movie I didn’t find that satisfying in either version. I wanted Ichigo to completely knock Gaim out of transformation, or vice versa. 

Since I started into Kamen Rider at Decade and Double (Joker), it was really fun for me to see them back again again again ^_^ . Also is it just me, or do seeing the Showa Riders coming back in a lot of the cross over movies give you a feeling of nostalgia even though you may not have seen the series for that Rider? 

Also its probably worth watching the Kamen Rider ZX special before this movie as they kind of line up in a way… I haven’t seen it in a while but it felt like there were some references to it that might have been important? Kamen Rider Wiki had this to say “In Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai, Badan’s true nature is revealed to be different from what was previously thought. Rather than inheriting the will to build a third empire, Badan is actually…..[spoiler]………”

found a raw for Heisei vs Showa Kamen Rider movie on Nyaa, 

flipped through it for a few minutes and it looks AWESOME

gonna watch it later.

razzle1337:

All new Ranger Keys coming this Fall, courtesy of RangerCrew Blog

8bitsquirrel:

kamenyaiba:

Expanded look of the toy catalog with Kamen Rider Drive.

Steering wheel sword
Car door gun
That’s amazing
If any of you try to tell me this looks silly
We are watching a show about fruit armor

8bitsquirrel:

kamenyaiba:

Expanded look of the toy catalog with Kamen Rider Drive.

Steering wheel sword

Car door gun

That’s amazing

If any of you try to tell me this looks silly

We are watching a show about fruit armor