Keita Amemiya’s Zeiram takes the classic story of the unstoppable killing machine, inserts two electricians and lets the sparks fly.
Mechanical Violator Hakaider is a standard tale of an individualistic antihero and a corrupt utopia. It’s pretty much exactly the sum of its parts, and that’s okay.
In that strange time known as the mid 1990’s, there was a hero…who really hated getting himself dirty.
Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis is the tale of city in turmoil and the pain of great upheaval, as told through a secret occult history. It’s also sort of a mess.
Rebirth of Mothra III concludes the trilogy with better designs, a tighter story, and the return of the King. Ghidorah, that is.
Mothra Leo goes on a nice tropical island vacation a year after his big fight in the last film, but finds himself up against an ancient civilization’s mutant sea monster. Poor kid can’t catch a break.
Rebirth of Mothra is all about family. It’s about a mother’s love, two sisters’ forgiveness, a father’s atonement, and a brother’s fortitude. It’s also about the giant, fire-breathing, three-headed dragon that comes between them. Silly dragons, always complicating things.