frobman:

"Zu-BAT! I’m on the scene!
Zu-BAT! I solve the crime!”

frobman:

"Zu-BAT! I’m on the scene!

Zu-BAT! I solve the crime!”

Hakaider knows how she likes it… kikaiders prolly gonna burst in and ruin everything… #blueballs

Hakaider knows how she likes it… kikaiders prolly gonna burst in and ruin everything… #blueballs

Rad

Rad

vanderbeer:

lonelytalismans:
Kamen Rider!

vanderbeer:

lonelytalismans:

Kamen Rider!

thepedrozilla:

One of the best things I have ever seen,

thepedrozilla:

One of the best things I have ever seen,

Some really great old school toku gifs at this Tumblr: kanegon-rock

Some really great old school toku gifs at this Tumblr: kanegon-rock


kanegon-rock:

from the second time

Believe it or not, Barom-1 was written by the same mangaka that brought us Golgo 13, Takao Saito.

aanniimmee:











- From “Space Adventure Cobra,” directed by Osamu Dezaki and Yoshio Takeuchi (1982)

aanniimmee:

- From “Space Adventure Cobra,” directed by Osamu Dezaki and Yoshio Takeuchi (1982)

nazi-julieandrews:

The famous arrow scene near the end was in fact done with real arrows. That is, the arrows hitting the wooden planks were not done with special effects, but rather choreographed with archers. Mifune waves his arms to brush away the arrows sticking from the planks, indicating to them that he wanted to go in that particular direction. The real arrows were included to get Mifune’s facial expressions of real-life fear, which is exceptionally hard to imitate. Of course, the arrows that hit the Mifune character were bamboo fakes. 
 Throne of Blood (1957)

nazi-julieandrews:

The famous arrow scene near the end was in fact done with real arrows. That is, the arrows hitting the wooden planks were not done with special effects, but rather choreographed with archers. Mifune waves his arms to brush away the arrows sticking from the planks, indicating to them that he wanted to go in that particular direction. The real arrows were included to get Mifune’s facial expressions of real-life fear, which is exceptionally hard to imitate. Of course, the arrows that hit the Mifune character were bamboo fakes.

Throne of Blood (1957)