I am very sorry for the long hiatus that has come about. It so happens that Enter and Escape did a combo attack on my device as an attempt to prevent me from documenting the actions performed by toku heroes.
No matter how deadly their attack may be, I did my best to fight hard and seek the help of strong allies. But alas, there are times when sacrifices have to be made. As we say farewell to an important comrade, a stronger one will take its place and continue the task that was left behind.
Join me after the jump as we give you a double helping of Go-Busters and Kamen Rider Fourze -- It's time for space!
Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Episodes 24-25
If Yoko's focus episode from last week wasn't a sign of more character episodes, I don't know what else is. I know I have said this saying before, but it's time to go back to this routine once again as Hiromu ends up being the focus of the today's episode.
Most of these episodes always result in a hit or miss in most Sentai shows, but at least it was silly seeing J fighting to get a taste of the Metaroid's cotton candy. Personally, only someone like J could pull off this sort of routine in the series, which compliments his partnership with Jin.
Perhaps the weird thing that came out of the episode was that Escape was not around, but it did give us a chance to see Enter take the lead again. With that said, Ryuji's episode kind of sets up his curiosity towards discovering the truth behind the Avatars. If his progress continues to unfold during next week's episode, then Go-Busters is ready to start the next major arc that will shed light on Jin, Enter, and Escape's Avatar forms.
Though I am expecting that we are going to get a Jin episode that will probably be a set up towards this. Let's face it, it would not be fair if Jin and J were left out of the character song ending theme that Yoko, Hiromu, and Ryuji got to do with their Buddyroids.
Kamen Rider Fourze Episodes 45-46
You know a show rocks when you have the main villain of the series pop out of nowhere and serve lunch to the main cast. The end is among us, since the truth behind everything is going to be revealed during the next part of the countdown to Fourze's finale. Out of the blue, the principle is going out of his way to prevent Ran from becoming the Pisces Horoscope, which gives the series a good reason to bring her back after that one arc that put her "closest" friend in peril.
I was not too surprised to see that someone decided to switch sides this late in the game, since the principal did question Gamou's plans a few episodes back. Then there was the fact that he was taking a good amount of abuse from Leo whenever the two of them would be on screen. However, Fourze manages to deceive us by keeping some information from us that they decided to save for the second part of this arc.
To be honest, this could have been the demise of Sagittarius if Gentaro would have done his Cosmic State Limit Break when he had the chance. But still, the build up got me excited when Kengo figured out the truth behind Emoto's plan. Perhaps the other thing that made me happy was that Ran still stuck to her ideals after she pressed the switch, which makes her one of the first characters (Not counting Emoto) to not turn evil when they become a Zodiart or Horoscope.
Since the show's writer worked on Gurren Lagann, I am looking forward to Fourze's final arc, since it might reveal the ridiculous truth behind the Core Switch and its original creator that Gamou is willing to sacrifice an entire country for.
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