Sharivan and Shaider Next Generation announced!

rising7

Member
V-cinema means a direct to video release.

I have wanted to see more from the new Shaider so this appeals to me. I hope it will be an improvement from what I felt was mostly a miss with the Gavan movie.
 

Captain Shark

An ocean of depression and misery
Maybe Po is behind whatever the hell is happening, after all we never saw him die at the end of Shadier.
 

lazycoconut

I liked him when he wasn't a god
Ugh, not more of this? (Sorry, Space Sheriffs fans but I still think the Space Sheriffs Trilogy is some of the most jaw-grindingly dull tokusatsu I've ever sat through - revival included.) But then people were saying a while back that the revival cast were contracted for three movies, so if we have the Gavan movie, SHTZ and now this, I hope the bloody thing can finally die ...
 
Koichi Sakamoto is directing and Naruhisa Arakawa is writing them? I'm sold on those two aspects alone. Now if only we could get decent subtitles of the Space Sheriff trilogy so I could actually watch these.
 

Wing Saber

Active Member
At least they found a way to continue the Space Sheriffs. Even if it's V-Cinema, it's better than being stuck in a vault & forgotten. Since they went to a lot of trouble to dust it off.
 

lazycoconut

I liked him when he wasn't a god
At least they found a way to continue the Space Sheriffs. Even if it's V-Cinema, it's better than being stuck in a vault & forgotten. Since they went to a lot of trouble to dust it off.

It deserves to be stuck in a vault and forgotten. I hope movie sales are poor enough that they won't justify trying to do any more Space Sheriffs stuff in the near future. If Toei wants to revive the Metal Heroes franchise there are many other shows in it that would be much more interesting to do something with than the Space Sheriffs. Even a remake of Kabutack or Robotack would be better than more Space Sheriffs
 

Darksenshi

闇 戦士
I adsmit my knowledge of VR Troopers is basically nil but wasn't Shaider used in the second season?


Hmmm you are correct. After some research I had no idea. Guess I only remember watching the first season.:sly:

Anyway....it was still crap. And im getting nauseous the more I think about it.:sick:
 

Painted_Outlaw

The new Tendou Souji
Yeah, Ryan got something like a powerup in the 2nd season... which consisted of him getting footage from 6 years prior. :laugh:
 
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Guardian07

Disappear into light!!
It deserves to be stuck in a vault and forgotten. I hope movie sales are poor enough that they won't justify trying to do any more Space Sheriffs stuff in the near future. If Toei wants to revive the Metal Heroes franchise there are many other shows in it that would be much more interesting to do something with than the Space Sheriffs. Even a remake of Kabutack or Robotack would be better than more Space Sheriffs

I get that you just don't think Space Sheriff stuff is any good, but this is going too far into hate territory,isn't it:sweat:? Did the shows do anything to offend you in any way?

Now that we got a production team I'm more confident in, I'm kinda hopeful that these movies will be good. No more awkward kicking maneuvers, and a writer that actually cared about hero stuff and writing a good story.
 

Shougo B'Stard

Would like to change his avatar
The big draw of the Space Sheriff and early Metal Heroes shows were the awesome JAC leads and their awesome JAE action. I'm not a fan of Koichi Sakamoto's wire-fu overkill, but these movies should at least be action-heavy and therefore more entertaining than the Gavan movie, with its lazy attempt at focusing on its super predictable "story." (Also: Naruhisa Arakawa is a better writer than Yuuji Kobayashi.)

Anyway, the more exciting news is Hiroshi Watari being in the Sharivan V-Cinema and NAOMI FREAKING MORINAGA being in the Shaider one.
 

Jacky392000

Active Member
eh, I enjoyed the Gavan Type G movie so this is pretty exciting news. I'm happy that Toei is doing all these revivals (mainly because it's a good excuse for me not to check out the classic series LOL).

still waiting for news on a Goranger reboot movie though, even if it's going to be V-Cinema. oh please make it happen...
 
I did honestly like Gavan type-G's movie (it's not the greatest and it was a very predictable twist but I still lied it enough for type-G to be the only Space Sheriff I have a Figuart of (ok I missed Gavan's pre-order date but still)
But Sakamoto direction gives me hope for this.
 

Bigdog

New Member
Uh no!:loltongue:

And besides Saban didn't even use these Metal heroes. He used Metalder and Spielban.

If Guardians of the Galaxy is a hit, VR Troopers will be a thinly veiled live action reboot of the Uchuu Keiji but with the names of the Saban show as well as of Metalder and Spielvan designs.

Or at least that is what should happen.
 
so if we have the Gavan movie, SHTZ and now this, I hope the bloody thing can finally die ...

You sir are evil indeed lol:castlerock:
But let us be honest how can you have 2 movies back to back i will get bored by the similarities in both movies, and no matter how awesome the plots are (if awesome they are) it'll feel like copy and paste. The nostalgia factor about the uchu keiji series was that they Jac actors as main characters who made you believe they were kicking without their suit on, actors nowadays ehhhh:disappoin...

Im uber excited to see the return of Hiroshi Watari, DUDe is that DUDE...RIP Hiroshi Tsubaraya you will be missed...
 

CannibalS

Guillotine Gorilla
I for one am quite excited on seeing Koichi Sakamoto finding new ways for exploitative skirt-thigh shots, sexy low-camera angles and all that ryona action with its female co-leads.

I mean wow, they even put one of them in Annie from Shaider cosplay, a character whom the neckbeard of the most neckbeard fandom only know for panty shots and starring in porn.

The man knows his audience, I'll tell you that.
 

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