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arkadot:

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It’s really starting to feel like they are trying to pull together a team they know won’t fuck up and they think it’s the W team. That’s not necessarily bad, but I reaaaaaaally want to know who is going to be opposite this primary rider now, since the Philip and Shoutarou chemistry really drove that show.

Toei has really had that attitude since critical flops like Super Hero Taisen and Gavan reboot, Kikaider Reboot felt like they were playing it extremely safe with the story (despite its many dark moments).

That makes a lot of sense. Coming at it from the view of Gaim being as popular and selling as incredibly well as it has, it was kind of confusing to look at all this info about Drive.

It really looked like they were scrambling back to their roots as fast as they could go and I really couldn’t figure out why. If they’ve had some recent flops in other avenues, it makes sense to try to recreate what saved the series.

Planning for the next show begins halfway through the year, I’m sure they took Gaim reception into account. It’s got so many videos on nico nico.

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"TV Asahi producer Motoi Sasaki has also mentioned that the crime solving aspect of the series is meant to be completed within the frame of single episodes." Word.

Ah yes, the only thing better than two-episode arcs; single episode arcs.

It’s really starting to feel like they are trying to pull together a team they know won’t fuck up and they think it’s the W team. That’s not necessarily bad, but I reaaaaaaally want to know who is going to be opposite this primary rider now, since the Philip and Shoutarou chemistry really drove that show.

Toei has really had that attitude since critical flops like Super Hero Taisen and Gavan reboot, Kikaider Reboot felt like they were playing it extremely safe with the story (despite its many dark moments).