Kamen Rider Den-O [Talk Up - Spoilers]

VRV Master

Member
So far I think there might be two explanations to the Past-Present destruction.

1) Bat Imagin wrecks stuff, that damage doesn't just affect the present, but all time in between and beyond in that instant. Because the damage was instataneous no one throughout the timeline had enough time to react and fix it.

Of course that still doesn't make total sense, which leads to reason #2.

2) The writers didn't care/think it through and it just looks cool. Which it does :)

or 3) To be explained...
 

Momotaros

Lurker
no comments on the guy in the trench coat? i think he might be rider number 2 seeing how they purposely didn't show his face.
 

Sakurai

Member
no comments on the guy in the trench coat? i think he might be rider number 2 seeing how they purposely didn't show his face.

He isn't a Rider.

He's the Mystery Man who Controls Time.

He's basically Father Time Japanese Style and probably watches to see that Ryotaro and the Den-Liner crew with the Imajin don't **** up the timelines.
 

Igadevil

Mr. Kamen Rider
Great episode, already improving over the good debut from last week. Ryôtarô has already grown so much, I liked how he's toughened up even when he's just normal 'ol Ryôtarô.

The Train action bit was actually pretty cool, it worked about as good on screen as it did on paper. I was surprised that it all happened in the real world (in the past) as opposed to the in-between world. The idea of fighting in the past is pretty neat (and the time-travelling stuff would make for a *great* way to work past Riders in, Toei.) I also really like how the bike doesn't look anything like Den-O, sorta like the older Rider bikes.

I think the mysterious guy will turn out to be Hana's brother, who's really behind all this. :laugh:
 

Ladymercury

the baddest *****
Okay, did KR pull a sentai with the magical train that went all animal on us and shot missiles?

Or is it just me?

I'm still trying to put my thoughts together. I'll be back with a better post.
 

Sakurai

Member
Great episode, already improving over the good debut from last week. Ryôtarô has already grown so much, I liked how he's toughened up even when he's just normal 'ol Ryôtarô.

The Train action bit was actually pretty cool, it worked about as good on screen as it did on paper. I was surprised that it all happened in the real world (in the past) as opposed to the in-between world. The idea of fighting in the past is pretty neat (and the time-travelling stuff would make for a *great* way to work past Riders in, Toei.) I also really like how the bike doesn't look anything like Den-O, sorta like the older Rider bikes.

I think the mysterious guy will turn out to be Hana's brother, who's really behind all this. :laugh:

I would laugh if they got Tendou in there somewhere.

Tendou and Ryotaro meeting would be the funniest thing ever.

Ryo: Eh...ello'...did you see a monster come around here...

Tendou: Grandmother always said that emotionless robot Riders are the best; or that is what I think anyways.

Ryo: Eh'...eh...I'll...I'll...go...now...

MOMO TAKES OVER~!

Ryo: RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWR! *Impales Tendou*

Yeah, working past riders could work.

But they would have to have someone from the present who is linked to some Rider from the past.
 

Ladymercury

the baddest *****
Impailing Tendou.

The mental image is lulz.

Hahahah oh lord, when I saw the lady get killed in ep 2 i laughed so hard.
 

VRV Master

Member
Okay, did KR pull a sentai with the magical train that went all animal on us and shot missiles?

Or is it just me?

I'm still trying to put my thoughts together. I'll be back with a better post.

That's because the train in that form is based on the legend of Momotarou. A dog (missiles), a monkey (balls) and bird (bird!) helped him slay the oni of Onigashima.
 

Ladymercury

the baddest *****
Okay, I am not familuar with that tale so it caught me off guard XD All I know is that it was a kid born from a peach that was destined to slay a demon XD
 

Ladymercury

the baddest *****
Yes, it was. But they focused more on the Granddad/Grandmom aspect for Eiji and Akashi than the whole animals of the tale.
 

Ladymercury

the baddest *****
Yes, they are. Wasn't that tale mentioned in Kabuto too? Then again, from what I recongize, the tale is a popular childrens story.

But returning slightly back on topic, I found it interesting that Momo can pilot the entire train from his motorcycle.
 

Aoi Kurenai

Mad Skillz
Yeah, that's a pretty inovative idea, having the bike serve as the cockpit for the train. It makes me wonder what role, if any, the actual DenBird toy will play with the DenLiner set.
 

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