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Costume Critique: Sun Vulcan from Taiyo Sentai Sun Vulcan
Motif: Air, Land, and Sea
Comprised of, from left to right: VulShark, VulEagle, VulPanther.
Andrew: These costumes are real sweet.
Seth: I love them, they’re not perfect but they add the pzazz that Denziman needed.
Andrew: The only knock against them is the yellow on Red’s helmet.
Seth: See, I think the yellow works because of his yellow rubber badge on his chest, but blue looks like he’s missing something like that.
Andrew: In isolation it’s…okay, but I still would rather it were gone. As a group though it really stands out and not in a good way. Blue’s helmet is freaking sweet.
Seth: I’m partial to Red’s in this one.
Andrew: I like the visor on Red, but that’s it.
Seth: I don’t like Yellow’s skirt or just long shirt that the belt’s over. But I guess in the original (this is an image from Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger) VulPanther is a guy.
Andrew: Yea, the skirt is too short to work here. It’s basically a tunic.
Seth: I really like the ornate eagle. To me, Blue is the black sheep.
Andrew: I’m not feeling that eagle at all.
Seth: Yellow and Red share colors but blue just kind of has this yellow/red belt thing going for him.
Andrew: That’s cool that you like different things than me, but I’m sorry your opinions are wrong as shit. I don’t know how I’d feel if I could see his yellow badge, though.
Seth: Anyways, the “V” motif is real nice.
Andrew: Yea, the Vs are great. And as always, scarves are cool.
Seth: And the belt buckles are the coolest so far.
Andrew: I’m…indifferent to these belts. What is happening right now? Are we in the Twilight Zone? It’s that bronze color that’s just not doing it for me. Maybe if it were repeated on the badge, but I don’t know..
Seth: I think the problem is is that you love VulShark where nothing works, but VulEagle and VulPanther have the bronze repeated in the helmet.
Andrew: I realized that, too, but I stopped looking at him and I don’t like it on them either. That bronze on the helmet looks super dumb.
Seth:It works better on Red than Yellow since yellow’s looks like it weighs 800 pounds.
Andrew: Especially with her stance. She looks like she’s struggling to stay balanced.
Seth: Haha, she does.
Andrew: Yellow looks tired, Red looks bored, but Blue is pumped and ready to go.
Seth: Overall, I think these have great things going for them, just not cohesively. Red looks like he’s the leader and he’s standing defiantly. Blue does indeed look like he’s the only one who knows what Super Sentai is all about, though.
Andrew: “MAN GUYS THAT MONSTER WAS EASY DID YOU SEE WHEN I KICKED HIM AND WAS ALL LIKE BAM AND THEN RED HIT HIM WITH THE SWORD AND HE WAS ALL LIKE PAZOW AND THEN HE FELL BACK AND BLEW UP LIKE KABLOOEY HAHAHAHA LET’S DO IT AGAIN IS ANYONE ELSE HUNGRY I COULD GO FOR A BURGER MAN I LOVE BURGERS”
If you have a kitten and no scratches on your arms and face I would like to meet you because you are a wizard teach me to cast fireballs plz
Featuring the return of fan favorite (?) Guest Ranger Kyle Meyerhoefer!
In this episode: Kyle returns for the wrong episode and tries to murder a new character 15 minutes in, Seth just wants to roofie him instead, Bulk gets compared to Pooh (the bear, not a turd), and we discuss the mulitiple Billy imposters that confused us. Also, we give the most half-assed PSA ever.
Disclaimer: This episode has some shoddy recording. We have no idea where it came from and tried to tone it down as best we could but there’s a persistent clicking sound. Our advice is to stay strong and let the power protect you.
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