If nothing else, Hiiro’s actor is cute
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At least outside of the show, inside of it the guy reminds me of Sir Scowlsalot from Garo. And no I haven’t forgotten about reuploading stuff to Anidex (at least), just need some time. Reorganizing stuff’s a pain in the butt.
Oh, and if ~proper noun~ stuff bothers you, switch to the Excite terms track for less aggravation.
That seems like a guaranteed way to miss a shot
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Other links to follow at some point
I feel as dead as a Dangerous Zombie, but I should probably quit stalling stuff. The other three should follow shortly-ish. And yeah, I know, Nyaa is dead and all the links are busted. I’ll be reuploading everything to Anidex soon enough.
Same dealio as last time, two different sub-tracks, etc. Don’t forget to check out Excitesubs (or RTA, but they don’t have a site) for subs for the main show.
Completely unrelated to Ex-Aid, but TMS are doing a good job with Kamen Rider X. I technically help out a little with timing, but I did the pre-times for the show literal years before TMS started up.
“Like some kind of GRASSHOPPER maybe! With a MOTORCYCLE! Or an ALIEN COP DUDE!”
Janperson finds himself up against his toughest opponent yet: An artificial human who cannot die! But this immortal foe soon begins to question his own humanity. Is he truly human? Or is he just a weapon? As the imitation man ponders his existence, Janperson is faced with his own dilemma: Kill a human being and stop a threat, or let him escape and risk SSN advancing their nefarious plans?
This is a terrific episode with some really heavy stuff in it for a metal hero episode. And to add to the greatness, the MOTW is played by Kamen Rider ZO himself: Kou Domon.
SPEAKING OF, Kamen Rider ZO goes quite well with this episode, and we highly recommend the terrific subs by Weeaboo Shogun for what is one of my favorite bits of tokusatsu…
that isn’t Janperson, of course! Hey, 1993 was a year for both! We can get both :3c
Get ready for Gun Gibson’s training montage.
The fires of vengeance course through Gun Gibson’s circuits as he unleashes vigilante “justice” against former Neo-Guild robots. As Janperson rushes to stop further casualties, the Super Science Network unleashes their newest bio weapon on the duo! Can our Special Police Robo end Gun Gibson’s reckless vendetta AND defeat this new SSN critter?!
Riots have erupted in Robot Prison as Neo-Guild’s plans are completely revealed. As Janperson works to thwart his foes evil schemes, Gun Gibson appears with his own goal: A battle to the death with our Special Police Robo! Who will win in this clash mechanical might?!
Rumblings abound that Neo-Guild has infiltrated the Robot Prison for nefarious purposes, using the inmates for their shady schemes. Determined to get to the bottom of their plans, Janperson infiltrates the prison undercover…but gets far more than he bargained for. Not only is Neo-Guild up to something, they’ve got help: A rough-talkin’, quick-drawin’ assassin robot by the name of Gun Gibson and his partner, Carol! Can our hero solve this mystery and survive against his most deadly opponents yet?!
Pundercracker here, and oh BAYBEH~! This is an episode I’ve been so excited to work on since we began this project! In fact, it’s one of my favorite episodes of the series! The plot is incredibly fun for this story arc, taking advantage of the show’s premise in a silly and cool way. The fact that it introduces one of the best characters in the series helps it a bunch too, of course.
As a side note: See if you can spot the recycled Zyurangera and Winspector props in this episode.
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The Super Science Network has a new trick up its sleeve: Transforming civilians into a Ninja Army! Through genetic manipulation, Kaoru and her goons plan to use these ultimate stealth assassins to dominate Japan! But things go a bit awry when one kid’s lazy, wimpy pop turns out to be descended from the one-and-only Sarutobi Sasuke! Can Janperson and his newfound shinobi comrade put a stop to the SSN’s schemes? And can a father learn to become a hero for his son?! New year brings new goodies from the Janperzone! This is a silly episode, but it’s the Janperson brand of weird silliness that you come to expect from this show. Stay tuned next time, because things are about to heat up, baby~!
Champstice Note: This is the second (07 was the first) of the four Janperson episodes written by Kyoko Sagiyama, who seems to be a rather hit-or-miss when it comes to writing for Tokusatsu, at least looking at western fandom. Thankfully, this episode is better than 07 was (well, I didn’t mind it, but Lew hates it :U). Time will tell how good the other two are. In the meantime, look forward to the next three, written by the main writer: Junichi Miyashita!
(Pretend this post was written by the normal Jan-P post maker. Granted, everything above the italicized paragraph was actually written by him, but details :U)