For some reason, I find it funny that my reaction to Superhero Wars Z is the opposite of how I felt about the first trailer for the first Superhero Wars movie. And you would think that the Space Shocker concept would increase my hopes a bit, but the fact that Wizard was shown fighting Gavan Type G could lead to some new derailments for the toku heroes in the upcoming movie.
I think it's obvious that this isn't going to be canon, since Gavan Type G helped the Go-Busters in the past, along with the fact that the original Gavan teamed up with the Gokaigers. If they take the story into consideration, the feud could be a misunderstanding between the Riders and the Space Sheriffs. But look at the positive side, Metal Hero fans won't have to worry about the original Sheriffs being derailed, since Sharivan and Shaider's (He wasn't in the trailer, but chances are that he will be in the movie.) successors are the ones that are fighting along side Gavan Type G.
Since Space Shocker was introduced with a song that sounds almost exactly like a certain song from Star Wars, does that mean that they are going to have a Shocker-styled Death Star?
At this point, the production team has either learned their lesson from the first movie, or the latest super heroic disaster will be 26 times worse than the first. However, we won't find out until April 27th, which is going to be the day when Kamen Rider x Super Sentai x Space Sheriff: Superhero Wars Z lands in Japanese theaters.
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