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The cover for the CD of Ressha Sentai ToQger Character Songs Shadow Line has been posted online.
Libec, a high end camera equipment company whose products are used on Ressha Sentai ToQger, interviewed two of the cameramen who are responsible for the miniature tokusatsu elements on the show.
The DVD/Blu-ray release for Volume 5 of Ressha Sentai ToQger is scheduled for release on November 7th and will include Stations 17 to 20.
Volume 10 of the home releases for Kamen Rider Gaim is scheduled for release on November 21st and will include episodes 37 to 40.
A recent trademark listing from IPDL, registered by Bandai, reveals the name of Kamen Rider Drive’s belt.
Paulo Santana is an artist undeniably passionate about unique characters and giant robots, who specializes in illustration and 2D character design.
Since Space Sheriff Sharivan & Shaider Next Generation movies finished filming, the original Sharivan, Hiroshi Watari, who will reprise his role as the titular character in a mentor capacity, has been posting about his time working on the new movie.
Los Angeles-based independent tokusatsu, Fujiyama Ichiban, revealed its trailer earlier this past week for its upcoming self-titled YouTube movie. Samurai Action Studio founder and Fujiyama Ichiban creator, Michi Yamato, invited the Tokusatsu Network for a behind-the-scenes look.
A fan of tokusatsu since childhood, Thomas Perkins is an Emmy-award winning artist whose love and passion for heroes shows in his personal and professional work. Working in the animation and film industry since 1997, his professional roster includes Godzilla: the Series, Ben 10, Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, Avengers: Earth’s Mightest Heroes, and most recently, Beware the […]
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