It’s been a wild ride, but today, we’ve reached the end of it together.
Episode 52: The End EDIT: Video (both formats) available for download over on the Downloads page.
When I set out to do this originally, I clearly had no idea how in-over-my-head I was. This was a heck of a lot of work to do, and the hard part was already done for me.
I’m glad I did it, and if I were to know what I know now, back when I was first making this decision, I’d make the same decision once more.
Thanks to everybody that helped me out and encouraged me along the way, gave me advice, left a comment, or were involved in any way at all. You’re all amazing and are shining examples of why tokusatsu fandom is a great place to be!
The penultimate episode, where the General has one last trick up his sleeve for the enemy!
The last episode will be out tomorrow, video files will follow in due time, as will a torrent for the second half of the series.
Sixth ranger? Pff, who needs a sixth ranger when you have General Kurama Tetsuzan.
EDIT: Seriously, watch this episode. It’s probably the best episode of the series. Also the video links are live for all videos up until this episode.
Battle Fever goes to the kid-well way too often for my tastes.
Internet update: Right now I’m at a friend’s place for Productivity Night, using their internet to post tonight instead of in the morning. For a hoot, you should read hers and her husband’s comics. My own home service should be restored on Friday.
If I need to, I’ll go to a local coffee shop on the weekend to post the last two episodes. Hopefully it won’t come to that. Though I do like a good hot chocolate.
France has a bad day, being taken out shopping with the ladies.
Miss America vs SportsBall
So, I have no home internet until Friday, fun! That means posts come in the morning when I’m at work.
Luckily, I don’t need the internet to work on Battle Fever.
The ninja train finally rolls into town!
A fairly serious (and seriously good) episode.
As always, check within a day or two and the video files should be available.
This episode is so serious, there’s no roll call.
Okay, there’s one joke in here from me. You’ll know it when you see it.
But seriously, he wants to feel that pain, because it gave him hope.
Dun, Da-da-da-daaaaaaaaaa, dada-da-daaaaaaaa.
Like I mentioned in yesterday’s post, there was about seven minutes missing from the original, but the latter half is mostly intact, so it’s all good.
Today’s episode: Fun with Electricity and Paranoia!