Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters (2012–2013)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Crime


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In the year Neo AD 2012 the city runs on massive energy source enetron The Go-Busters young Spy's fight to it and innocent people from the evil Vaglass.


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Creator:

Shotaro Ishinomori

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23 December 2015 | S_Craig_Zahler
7
| Intriguing mystery, superior mecha battles, and some goofiness make for a good show...
Without question, Go-Busters has the best robot battles I have seen in a tokusatsu show, which is of no small importance in a Super Sentai series. The robots are really well done and the staging of their battles is superb. Tons of great mecha designs, each with multiple forms, and a more modern take on the sentai suit designs as well.

Although the series might crescendo twice, the likable cast and central mystery (about a missing group of scientists that disappeared to another dimension to aid humanity) keeps things fun and engaging in every single episode, even if it is a bit sillier than most of my other favorites.

Yet another thoughtful, well planned work by writer Yasuko Kobayashi.

Beware of chickens!


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Genres

Action | Adventure | Crime | Drama | Fantasy | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Details

Release Date:

26 February 2012

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Tokyo, Japan

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