i am quite the science fiction afaciendo. from what i understand of KR Faiz, the series is hard score sci-fi, like blade runner or 2001. is this assumption logaical? if so, is the series recommendable?
Yeah, that Kaixa is a real bastard:redface2:Oh, and expect poor communication kills. Lots of them.
I watched the series from Kabuto to today before i watched Faiz. It is my favorite but it is NOT the best. I have a feeling that Kuuga or Agito might be better(No Agito spoilers please)
Funnily enough that's the way I am about Kiva I never enjoyed a Kamen Rider or Toku as much as I did Kiva...save for perhaps Ryuki (and I mostly liked it for the suit designs and that it had a female Rider though it had an interesting concept for a super hero show) and Jetman.
I never felt Kabuto was very sci-fi, despite its trappings. While the Rider suits are presented as technology, the story isn't really about where the tech came from or the consequences of it existing. There's no big questions about society or humanity, either.I'm going to assume you've seen Kabuto, but if you haven't then that easily wins the award for most sci-fi Rider series.
I'd consider Black more of an urban fantasy story with a horror influence. The themes are all very much the ideas about family and finding one's place in society that fantasy typically deals in.Black might also fall under that category?