Takashi Miike’s Zebraman is a dry yet heartfelt look at what’s best about superheroes.
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.
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