Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno is a sequel to the 2012 Rurouni Kenshin film and is based on the manga/anime's Kyoto Arc. After the events of the first film, Kenshin Himura's legendary sword skills are once again needed to fight Makoto Shishio, Kenshin's successor and a samurai who suffered intense burns thanks to the government "disposing" him. He and his men have plans to overthrow the new regime. Kenshin returns to Kyoto to defeat his successor.
Kamen Rider Amazon is the fourth Kamen Rider Series in the Showa era and the shortest series thus far, with 24 episodes. Aside from the fact that the series “revolutionized” the franchise by its gore and the Rider itself considering that Amazon’s design is not based on an insect like the other Riders before him.
Rurouni Kenshin is a movie based on the popular comic book of the same name written by Nobuhiro Watsuki. Taking place 10 years after the end of the Shogunate, former assassin Kenshin Himura once known as Battousai the Manslayer wanders around Japan to help those in need. But as he wander around and meet new friends, his past continues to haunt him, especially when he gets involved in cracking down Kanryu Takeda's opium syndicate.
Since this year marks the 15th Anniversary of the Digimon anime franchise, I decided to review the very first Digimon movie that aired before the actual series aired in Japan! Taking place prior to the start of that fateful day when 7 kids were transported into the Digital World, a little girl name Hikari saw an egg come out from the computer and this is how our story begins.
Kamen Rider Hibiki is the sixth Kamen Rider Series of the Heisei Era. Unlike the other shows before him, Hibiki went out of the box from the usual Rider tradition, namely, the show have themes not first seen in the previous shows.
Prior to the events seen at the start of the first episode, Shinnosuke and his partner Hayase are investigating a terrorist group called "Neo Shade". While this is all happening, Proto-Drive's fight to stop Roidmudes is happening.
Attack on Titan is the first part of a two-part film based on Hajime Isayama's popular manga series of the same name. Directed by Shinji Higuchi (Gamera), the film follows humanity's struggle to fight beings known as Titans and by the looks of it, they are in a losing battle.