Trouble is afoot! Kanoko and Kenta have ran away to try and find their dad. They find something alright: They find themselves falling into Mad Gallant’s clutches! And what the hell is he doing with Authors, Scientists and Construction Workers?
Pundercracker: The search for the Golden Bird continues, and this time we see just how Mad Gallant can become even MORE of a jerk than he already is!
Champstice: This was actually the first episode of Juspion I ever saw, and it feels as fun to watch now as it did the first time! MBE-Set DDL | HnT-Set DDL | Torrent
Construction work on the underground Geo City has woken up the carnivorous, underground-dwelling Daigerun! Will Super GUTS be able to stop the workers and machinery in time? Or is Daigerun gonna decimate ground and underground?
Pundercracker: Today’s episode is brought to you by ants. Thanks ants. Also Asuka gets pissed as usual.
Champstice: [Unmuffled Scientific Gibberish in both background and foreground] DDL | Torrent
I did five yokes of Kure Kure Takora as an April Fools Joke, but surprisingly its actually fun to work on, and pretty easy/quick too. Plus the biggest joke of all: a torrent each for 200+ episodes.
Also before someone inevitably asks: After V is delayed due to REASONS.
Triple bill! First up, Juspion! After meeting the Four Divine Generals last episode, Juspion is searching all over the country to find the Golden Egg. But instead he finds…. the Loch Ness Monster? In Japan!? Is this some sorta Golgom Satan Gorth Plot?!
Pundercracker: This episode has the coolest wedding ever. Hands down. This is how a wedding should be handled. Aside from that, Juspion’s got his hands full with Mad Gallant’s new lackies in this episode, and he’s also dealing with a Seak- ‘scuse me, OceanKing! Get ready for lots of water. Also: KITTENS. LOTS OF KITTENS.
Champstice: This episode’s water-based MegaBeast makes monkey noises and it is hilarious. One note of sorts: The ‘ko’ in Hamanako means ‘lake’ so as you guess its translated as ‘Lake Hamana’. Thing is, the hotel nearby the lake has its name stated clearly as “HOTEL LISTEL HAMANAKO”. So thats the only instance in which Hamanako is left as is.
Next up, Ultraman Dyna! Same dealio as before: basically, when the MBE version is ready it’s released, and then the links are just updated when the HnT version is ready/released. This way, HnT don’t have to hurry with any touch-ups of their version, and you guys get more Dyna. It’s a win-win situation!
Pundercracker: I’ve always been a bit creeped out by creepy, crawly things. The monster in this week’s Dyna is no exception, it’s pretty nasty stuff. Otherwise, Asuka continues to be one of the most hotheaded punks to ever take up the role as an Ultra. He’s got a ways to go in terms of being a team player, but this episode also really shows that the team cares about each other. Hibiki’s gruff demeanor covers up some really sincere moments in this episode, which I loved. I also had a -ton- of fun working on this episode due to Tsutomu. His dialect and his informal way of speaking made his dialogue a treat to check and give that slangy, bumpkin-y vibe to it!
And last but not least, After V! We find out Green is a very angry drunk, everyone else finds out that Blue should not be allowed anything with a camera installed, and their foe this time is: SOCIAL MEDIA.
After some technical difficulties, Ultraman Dyna 02: A New Light (part 2) is out!
Pundercracker: Episode 2 gives us some more backstory on Asuka, and wraps up the cliffhanger from last time. It also gives us a look at the Super GUTS team’s personalities, which were a lot of fun to work with in terms of dialogue. Asuka’s still a hothead, but he does a bit of growing up in this episode.
Champstice: There’s also plenty of monster brawling and high-flying action. Enjoy! Also, due to aforementioned technical difficulties, HnT’s version isn’t quite ready yet. Links will be edited when it’s finished, or just grab it from their site when it’s done.
Surprise! Coming from us and the folks at Hi-no-tori, it’s the sequel show to Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Dyna!
Pundercracker: I never thought I’d see this day to be honest. Ultraman Tiga is one of my favorite tokusatsu series, and yet Ultraman Dyna, the sequel, was a rarity online for many years. It gives me great pleasure to be working on this project, as its always been one of my dream shows to sub since I got into the community 10 years ago. As the direct sequel to Tiga, there are some things in this show which will make a bit more sense if you’ve at least got the gist of what happened in the previous series. That said, Dyna is a tad lighter in tone than Tiga was, featuring a bit more comedy and silliness than its predecessor, but it also has the Tsuburaya love for effects and detail that the franchise is known for. For our first episode, we’re given our cast of heroes, headed by our hotblooded protagonist (whose name should not be confused with a certain Gundam pilot), and the set up for more action to come. So get ready for some kaiju-smashing, dog-fighting fun!
Champstice: Punder really hit the nail on the head, so not much for me to say except that we hope you guys enjoy this show as much as we’re enjoying working on it!