In the previous installment of The History of Tokusatsu, we learned how Godzilla laid the groundwork for tokusatsu as a whole. This installment will focus on the hero aspect of the medium– more precisely, the earliest heroes.
Articles on the Tokusatsu Network are regularly published themed posts, such as “This Week in Tokusatsu Actor Blogs” and “The History of Tokusatsu”
A Super Hero Time-heavy post on This Week in Toku Actor Blogs.
Birthday celebrations and more on This Week in Toku Actor Blogs.
Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, Ultraman, Garo. These are some of the shows that have become synonyms with the word “tokusatsu”. But, the history of the medium is deep and rich, going back all the way to kabuki theater, known for having outlandish fight and action scenes on the theater stage. For this history lesson, we’ll […]
Artist, Kyle Carrozza (@TVsKyle) originated from Catskill in upstate New York, home to other greats such as Rip Van Winkle and Mike Tyson. He’s a down-to-earth artist with a passion for animation and tokusatsu.
The Tokusatsu Network presents details to the Bandai Namco Games sequel to last year’s action beat’em up Kamen Rider Battle Ride War video game to be released later this summer.
Cat’s Day, a Super Hero Time crossover, and more behind-the-scenes look on This Week in Toku Actor Blogs.
AMU Plaza, a chain of malls in Japan, is undergoing a renewal, or remodeling, of all its 97 locations across the country. According to their official website, what better way to illustrate the scale of this undertaking than utilize the world’s largest model, the Mother of Ultra.
This Week in Toku Actor Blogs continues to highlight the fun behind-the-scenes lives of tokusatsu actors.
This week in tokusatsu actor blogs shows Japanese holiday traditions, a snowstorm in Tokyo, and the wrap party for Kamen Rider Wars.
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