Kyoryuger tells the story of a company apologizing in ways large and small for the controversy the series was birthed amidst. I never would have imagined this would be part of that atonement before taking the risk of viewing it for myself. From the outside, it appears to be nothing more than uncalled for emphasis on the core team. In reality, it’s an allegory for finding the powers that are truly befitting of oneself. It’s also a logical continuation of the arc of the final two additions to Team Kyoryuger. I doubt it’ll happen, but this opens the door to a sequel wherein the Future Cyan, Grey, Violet, and Silver are found.
William Sadler for Deathryuger. Make it happen, Toei.
4 Games of Bushido Bowling out of 5
Nutted by NEG.