Sunday, March 28, 2010

GoseiBlack Gardening!

This week's episode of Goseiger was another character pacific episode, focusing on GoseiBlack. He ends up employing gardening techniques in battle (I even got a screen shot showing that being implemented in battle) This seems to always be a reoccurring theme in Sentai series - with a challenging task later proving to be useful in battle. (Last time, I believe, it was Jan in Gekiranger, being taught how to buff the floors, and then using those same skills to defeat a bull-themed monster)

Also, I added a new addition to the Villain Profiles --I'm going to be collecting images of the monsters in Goseiger. Not all of them, though - I might not get images of them every week. But it's something in the Sentai series I've so far been ignoring on this site. (I ignored the monsters, in general, because I wanted to focus on getting images of main characters.) You can find the first monster image gathered here: Goseiger Monsters

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Ranger Villain Profile: Goseiger Monsters

There where multiple arcs in the course of the Goseiger series, with different groups of villains having their own monsters.

The Universal Insect Monsters (ユニバーサルインセクトモンスター, Yunibāsaru Insekuto Monsutā) are the insect based alien monsters form different planets that serve Warstar, their full name relating to their talents. With the use of Buredoran's Bibi Bugs, they are able to enlarge.

* The name of the planet the Universal Insect Monster comes from is an anagram of the type of Earth insect they represent.
* Following an insect theme, all Warstar-related members and things have names that are modifications of the Japanese names of American science fiction films. "Warstar" itself is from Star Wars (スターウォーズ, Sutā Wōzu)

Yuumajuu Monsters The monsters who serve the Yuumajuu. Each of their names is a modification of a film title. For the Yuumajuu, these films are monster movies and each member of Yuumajuu is modeled after a specific cryptid or other horror film creatures. The name Yūmajū comes from a Japanese term for cryptids akin to "UFO": UMA (ユーマ, Yūma, Unidentified Mysterious Animal).

The Matoroids (マトロイド, Matoroido) are the robotic servants of the Matrintis Empire. The Matrintis's and the Matoroid's names come from movies that feature robots. Another naming quirk of Matrintis is that their names feature non-Japanese characters. The name "Matrintis" is itself a portmanteau of the title of the film The Matrix (マトリックス, Matorikkusu) and Atlantis (アトランティス, Atorantisu), referencing their origins from beneath the sea. Unlike the Warstar and the Yuumajuu members who were modeled after terrestrial invertebrates, Matrintis characters are modeled after marine invertebrates.

The Warstar Monsters


The Yuumajuu Monsters





The Matoroids





Sunday, March 21, 2010

Goseiger Episode 5 Images

Here are screen shots from Goseiger Epic 5.

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