Whenever space attempts to leave this segment, a new kind of space manages to warp in its place. In fact, it happens in less than a blink of an eye, so there is a chance that you haven't even noticed it yet.
Before you get sucked into Maku Space, drop in and seek out the help of the heroes from Space Sheriff Gavan and Kamen Rider Wizard.
Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Episode 31
Messiah has kicked the bucket, so the team can now relax and go back to their normal lives. Good thing that the new Gavan is in need of some promotion for his new film, which will be the perfect arc to keep us entertained until Go-Busters brings out their next segment.
Suzuka Morita returns to Super Sentai for this occasion, except that she is playing the role of Shelly aka Gavan's assistant. While it would have been neat to have Shelly meet Kotoha like how they had Kenji Ohba play three different roles in one film, her presence alone makes it a plus for fans of Shinkenger -- such as myself.
With two different Gavans appearing in two different Sentai shows, there is a chance that Toei is attempting to revive the Metal Hero franchise. Part of that might depend on the ending of the upcoming Gavan film, which has the chance of setting up towards a new TV or movie series. There is also a chance that it might lead towards the creation of a new Metal Hero show.
Before I go on about Gavan more, remnants of Messiahs forces make an appearance as well. Taking into a account how these crossover specials go, Enter will probably join forces with the Maku member that Gavan is facing.
Kamen Rider Wizard Episode 4
For a good while, I was under the impression that Koyomi was another victim of the Solar Eclipse Ritual, except that Wizard has decided to throw in another magical element to her origin. Thinking about Koyomi's identity a little bit more, there is a possible chance that she might have been a living human before the White Wizard got a hold of her.
Continuing on, Caitsith has to be one of the silliest Phantoms in the series, and part of it is thanks to his lazy attitude in wanting to lounge around all day. It's villains like these that can get the major villains riled up to the point where they make their early appearances in battle, which is useful for giving the main heroes a taste of what's to come.
Assuming that the main cast for Wizard has been united, the next segment might focus on Koyomi opening up to Ringo and Shunpei. I could also see Soma's mana consumption playing another role in intensifying future battles as well.
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