In the July issue of Hyper Hobby, Mahiro Takasugi, the actor who plays Mitsuzane “Micchy” Kureshima in Kamen Rider Gaim was interviewed. Here, the actor discusses the shifts in his role on the show and his thoughts about what Micchy’s final fate should be.
The original Kamen Rider, Hiroshi Fujioka, has become part of an ad campaign to advertise protective chest gear for motorcyclists.
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 […]
In the May issue of Hyper Hobby, Hiroshi Fujioka, who plays Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider, and Gaku Sano, who plays Kōta Kazuraba, sit down to discuss their respective roles and the impact their characters have had on their fans.
The Tokusatsu Network’s Artist Feature continues with artist Lindsay Smith, who grew up in Santa Rosa, California before making her home in Los Angeles. She’s the creator of the webcomic, Daisy is Dead and her illustrations and fabrication work has been featured at a number of shows at Q Pop Shop and Gallery in Los Angeles, […]
Launching the first episode of The Tokusatsu Network on YouTube, Robert Baldwin, who plays Kyoryu Cyan in Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, sat down with us for an interview.
Prior to the release the movie Heisei Riders vs. Showa Riders: Kamen Rider Wars feat. Super Sentai, Hyper Hobby sat down with the director of the movie, Takayuki Shibasaki, as well as three of the main actors, Kento Handa (Kamen Rider 555), Masahiro Inoue (Kamen Rider Decade) and Gaku Sano (Kamen Rider Gaim), to discuss how it […]
Ryouta Murai (Kamen Rider Decade’s Kuuga) and Kazuki Kato (Kamen Rider Drake) sat down with Sumabo.jp to talk about the upcoming alcohol themed Kanpai Senshi After V.
OMOCAT is a Los Angeles born and raised artist whose personal and fan work gained the attention of brands such as Coca-Cola, NAMCO, and Fangamer as well as convention “Artist Alley” attendees.
Last weekend was the premiere of Kyoryuger’s director, Koichi Sakamoto’s latest movie, Aka x Pink. We caught up with him and asked him about the movie, and his thoughts now that Kyoryuger is over.