Kamen Rider X Super Sentai: Super Hero Taihen: Who Is the Culprit?! (TV Mini-Series 2012)

TV Mini-Series   |  Action, Comedy, Crime


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1 May 2013 | lincolnpjones
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| Why is this man still working for Toei?
Let me get something straight here and now; Shoji Yonemura cannot write. Shoji Yonemura can't write Sentai. Shoji Yonemura can't write Kamen Rider. And Shoji Yonemura especially cannot write comedy.

Outside of a few neat in-jokes, Who's The Culprit is an obnoxious, painfully unfunny series of web shorts that fail to get anyone hyped up for Super Hero Taisen, which in and of itself, is a dung sandwich, and instead has the viewer reaching for the nearest sharp object so that he or she can gouge their eyes out in an attempt to repel the obnoxious unfunny nature of these shorts.

As a mystery story, it fails because the culprit is either way too obvious to spot or makes no logical sense to actually BE the culprit. You might as well have a bright neon sign that says 'We Are Not Funny' plastered all over the set. If you want to see a better series of comedic shorts based on Kamen Rider, you're better off watching the Kamen Rider SD short released in the early 90s'.

Bottom line-to quote Linkara- Shoji Yonemura, You. Are. A. Hack!

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Action | Comedy | Crime

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1 April 2012

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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