Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but this will be another edition of Go-Busters Time. Once Kamen Rider Wizard casts its First Impression spell, then we will return to our regular scheduled programming.
As a reward, you can look forward to some donuts next week. Until then, let's boost up for the final week of Go-Buster's lonely installment.
Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters Episode 28
Correct me if I am wrong, but this might be the first time in Super Sentai history that a Sentai series gets a second opening theme. Whatever the case may be, I welcome Go-Buster's new song with open arms as we morph and move to the new beats it has to offer.
Normally when a new opening takes form, this is an obvious sign that the series will begin its new segment. Despite Enter's failure in making Messiah evolve, a beneficial aftereffect begins to unfold. In celebration of this new progress, Enter summons up an art themed Metaroid that will uncover Hiromu's true weakness. Since paintings were involved, there was also some random body changing sequence taking place during battle.
I am still surprised that we did not get to this arc early in the series, since there is still plenty of content that Go-Busters could have revealed by now. But hey, we are progressing again, and that's always a good sign. Based on the things related to Hiromu's sister, the secret behind the Avatars might reveal something huge later on.
Besides the new opening shown this week, we got an updated version of the ending theme with Jin and J joining in the dance. Though it's going to take more than a new dance number to ramp up the next part of Messiah's major arc.
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