(and to all Happy Holidays)
Arata Kagami, a member of organization known as ZECT and the token goofball of the TV show Kamen Rider Kabuto, becomes Kamen Rider Gatack in episode 22 in order to fight a worm that attacked him. Despite his idiotic appearance, Kagami is a determined fighter who wants to protect the people around him. His fighting spirit can be displayed now as SH Figuarts figure.
(Merry Christmas to all)
“My grandmother said this: Walking the path of heaven… the man who will rule everything“
Souji Tendou, the near-omnipotent main character of Kamen Rider Kabuto, is a man of destiny. His destiny, of course, is to transform into Kamen Rider Kabuto (aka Jesus Rider as I’d like to call him jokingly) to fight the worms rampaging through out the city. Around October, Bandai released Kabuto in SH Figuarts form, in hopes that this will make your collection shelf that much more epic.
As I sit here, in my sister’s house, away from all the new toys and stuff I’ve wanted to review, I’ve sort of become reflective about things, especially about this year in toys. Now, I can break it down and give my comments in a best-of-the-year kind of post, but instead, I’m going to focus on the major players in the game right now: Mattel, Bandai and Hasbro. Each company has done some impressive stuff this year and I like to point out the negatives and the positives of what they are doing and give an accurate perdition of what they will do next.
“You’ve changed things… forever. See, to them, you’re
just a freak…. like me!”
The Joker, played by Heath Ledger (R.I.P), is one of the main reason why The Dark Knight was summer box office hit and the 2nd all-time domestic gross movie. His chilling performance as Gotham’s psychotic mass murderer shook people’s imagination, which led to the creation of Movie Masters Joker figure.