Toku show synopses: From the villains' point-of-view

kuroihikari

Member
So, if toku shows are told from another perspective, particularly the villains, what would be their stories?

Kyoryuger: The tragic story of the hunting to extinction of an endangered alien species. The hunters use dubious methods, including ganging up on enemies, tear gas, mind-control, drug-riddled herbal concoctions, and some sort of necromancy.

Fourze: The story of a bunch of rebellious high schoolers resisting a principal's vision of making the world a better place.

Gokaiger: An exploration party, including a high-ranking official, is sent to explore the galaxy is attacked by the locals. They're then slaughtered by a bunch of space pirates.

Boukenger: The fight against a corporation that suspiciously gathers dangerous, powerful objects.

Gekiranger: The fight against a corporation that makes their warriors stronger with some dubious methods.

OOO: Some hobo trying to stop us from giving people what they want.

Maskman: Our princess, while performing her duties, was seduced by the enemy and became a victim of Stockholm Syndrome.
 

Tokuboy

Kuuguitar
Kuuga: Some guy goes and ruins our little game.

Agito: I was just protecting humanity from gaining powers they don't understand!
 
Zyuranger- A poor grandma is let out of prison and now must deal with her constant migraines being caused by the sound of her neighbors kids not being considerate enough to keep the noise down.

Go-busters: A put out network technician is forced to get creative and turn to crime when his boss refuses to increase his budget.
 

Undrave

CRETINS! ALL OF THEM!
Go-onger: a bunch of cars with googly eyes team up with humans to prevent us from having a world of our own.
 
Kamen Rider Black: A man refuses to embrace his destiny and instead goes onto ruin an organizations plans for a better world.

Choujuu Sentai Liveman: 3 guys we knew from school completely wreck our new boss' plans for better world leadership.

Ultraman: One vigilante space cop hunts down and kills innocent wild animals.

Samurai Sentai Shinkenger: Six "samurai" prevent a wronged party's attempt to escape exile.

Kamen Rider: Ungrateful bastard uses enhancement we gave him to kill our agents.
 
Kamen Rider Wizard: Man tries to bring his daughter back to life, but is consistently interrupted by a guy who has an obsession with her and wants to keep dependent on him
 

lazycoconut

I liked him when he wasn't a god
Dekaranger: A successful businessman is subjected to police brutality

Goseiger: Douchebags descend from another world, commit genocide three times, and then destroy the next phase in their own species' evolution

Garo: Lunchtime interrupted by a furry
 

Artisan

Blade Adept
Magiranger; Having been unjustly locked up for decades, groups of loyal minions seek to bail Cthulhu out from his underworld prison. For some reason, a human family in Tokyo has a few grievances with Cthulhu walking free.

Kabuto; A sinister organisation comes to the realisation that it would be really cool if the planet's population consists of humanoid insects. A man with a penchant for quoting his grandmother, and his trusty sidekick eventually decide to raise a complaint to the company management.

Kiva; Evil, scummy, genocidal humans seek to exterminate a proud race of vampires, whose diets kind of put them at odds with humanity. On the way, some pretender who resembles the deceased old king decides to join in on the vampire genocide.

W; While falling out with his wife, a legitimate museum businessman in his prime has the noble goal in mind of facilitating humanity's evolution using the power of the Earth itself, while building a little fiefdom over a city. A crappy detective agency with mysterious powers decides to play Batman, and kick down his door, however.
 

Undrave

CRETINS! ALL OF THEM!
Shinkenger: We want to throw a pool party but humans won't let us.
Now I want to see a comedy dub of Shinkenger with the Gedoshus as surfer dudes who just wnat to have fun and those samurai who sop them :laugh: Te samurai class was abolished by the meiji government, douchebags :laugh:
 

Painted_Outlaw

The new Tendou Souji
Gaoranger: Two people in costume try to bring their family along to go on vacation to Japan; the locals don't quite agree.

Megaranger: A man wanted to win a science fair.
 
They should make a Toku where the villains win. Would be interesting for a change :)

Like, where it starts out with them having won and then the show explores the ramifications of that? Or like a normal Toku, with toys, 6th rangers, and mid season upgrades and all that, but at the end of like episode 50 or so, they just straight up kill off the heroes and then end the show?
 

xiiliea

Lurker
Like, where it starts out with them having won and then the show explores the ramifications of that? Or like a normal Toku, with toys, 6th rangers, and mid season upgrades and all that, but at the end of like episode 50 or so, they just straight up kill off the heroes and then end the show?
Maybe they keep successfully killing a ranger, but a new and more powerful one keeps appearing and getting in their way.
 

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