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Show only see all Show only. Having already established a reputation as having a taste for the bizarre, fans should have a good idea of what to expect. Having spent most of his career working in a genre that focuses on the more decadent side of society, Kago can be ranked amongst greats such as Junji Ito in his ability to shock and elicit primal responses through his artwork.

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One of the highlights is a rather insane chapter where Yukie reluctantly takes it upon herself to look after three elderly women all by herself who without warning start multiplying at an increasingly fast rate, to the point that they combine together into a creature similar to one found in Akira in a demonstration of senior power whilst demanding their pension. Equally crazy and hilarious is a chapter focusing on a superhero reminiscent of Ultraman known as Redman finding himself dependant of carers, and both he and his oversized enemies no longer have the desire or energy to have giant monster battles anymore.

Most of the elderly presented in Demenia 21 are stereotypes, but some are more twisted and exaggerated than others. We have old ladies willing to cut skin off their face with scissors to get rid of wrinkles which leads to a zombie parody in a manner of speaking and one paranoid to the point of mania about cleanliness. Remember the action figures? One of the coolest team of heroes. Like the robot in the show, you could transform him into a motorcycle, deploy a helicopter from his head, make a car come out of his boots, and watch out for his chain punch!

This guy I worked with years later had brought to Hawaii the original Zaboga robot motorcycle from the show.

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My sister had a Robocon toy slot machine. All I remember is that the bad guys were very demonic and that the theme song was cool. Unlike the other live action shows, Raideen was a cartoon, maybe one of the first anime to be shown in Hawaii. Ultra Seven was in episode one as the Ultraman passing the torch on to Leo.

Look at the Hawaii credits below…do you know any of these people? Rainbow Man I remember my cousin who I played with all time had all the action figures.

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Hard to find I guess. The show looks vaguely familiar, but I have found myself saying from time to time over the years. I remembered a cartoon called, Fujimaru. He was a kid who had all the cool ninja moves to avoid attacks and running on the walls. Does anyone remember a show — sort of like Power Rangers — where instead of different colors, the superheroes changed into outfits of the different card suits? One would be clubs, another spades, another diamonds, another hearts. I want to say it was a Japanese show appearing on a PBS station.

But the show I remember seemed simpler. Less tech to change into their secret identities. But I thank you for the answer, it gives me a place to start. I will look further into JAKQ, and see if something else like it came before.

Yes I remember that show. I grew up in Lahaina Maui,and watched the Japanese station with the call letters kiku. Anyways,it came on right after Kikaider. Tho only in costume. They were the suits of cards and rode motorcycles. I remember the Metal Heroes via tape sharing from the Philippines. Where can I get a copy of the rainbowman series. I remember it from my childhood days and would like to see it again. Please advise. When Jiro Ban Daisuki was making an appearance at Shirokiya a few years ago, I met the guy that runs generationkikaida.

Sucks because I really liked the show,!!! I used to watch these shows on channel 13 in Hawaii beginning with Rainbowman and Kikaida. Do you remember that nerd who tried to be a local Japanese superhero called Shooting Star?