by JewWario on December 17, 2011 · 12 comments
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*claps* That was beautiful man. Well done
hope this isnt the last we see of your kamen rider
Very well done, Justin! This was a great ending and I’m looking forward to what’s in the future.
Dude, where can I get a FamiKamen Rider Belt?
That was absolutely fantastic. I love it, I love it, I love it. Well done. <3
Man, I loved this!
That was an amazing two part with well choreographed fighting, good special effects and a funny story. I kinda expected the Negadub to be more an angry video game review though :) .
So… now we need one short film for the industry, just to create a trilogy. :)
That was surely a step up from the original Warion saga, both in production value (especially the visual effects) and the amount of people directly involved.(Last time, it was more or less a two-man show with us fans cameo…ing). Now, what… or who will you tackle next?
My only question is, how is the belt made? But I did like this one slightly more than the Wa*Ri*On Saga only because it had fight scenes that took place outside of the house. The battles did not seem so claustrophobic. Wait, Jen is the one who is naive? That’s confusing considering how J-Dub acts in 85% of his show.
Okay I got to admit it, It’s an awesome way to start the next year off.. Having a Famicom Kamen Rider as your new hero form.. It’s shear genius there J-Dub.. Roll on the 4th anniversary!
When Negadub decided to do an episode of the show, I really expected him to call it “You Can’t Play This” and review a hilariously import-unfriendly game. Maybe a game with catgirls so that he could have displayed a hatred for cats. :D
Anyway, nice episode, one of the better “video game reviewers gone actor” things I’ve seen.
The acting with the Negadub is a little off at first, but once you get to the part where Yanki J is laughing, it’s smooth and really works well. If you are going to do another evil character in the future, I would suggest warming him up before filming. Nice laugh though.