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Shout! Factory TV

#1 Post by Kailuaboy » Fri Mar 20, 2020 12:13 pm



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Shout! Factory TV is debuting a new channel called TokuSHOUTsu, which will bring popular Japanese
tokusatsu series like Kamen Rider and Ultraman to the online streaming world for the first time.
Without these shows, the world would never have met the Power Rangers. Check out an exclusive
three-minute clip from the first episode of Kamen Rider, now available for the first time in the US.

A collaboration between Shout Factory TV and Pluto TV, TokuSHOUTsu is a free streaming service
that offers both curated live content and on-demand episodes. The service goes live on Tuesday, March 17.
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Re: Shout! Factory TV

#2 Post by Kailuaboy » Fri Mar 20, 2020 12:15 pm



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In this clip from Shout! Factory TV's new streaming channel TokuSHOUTsu, tokusatsu hero Kamen Rider
faces off against... Cobra Man! Kamen Rider is now available for the first time in the US thanks to TokuSHOUTsu.

A collaboration between Shout Factory TV and Pluto TV, TokuSHOUTsu is a free streaming service that offers
both curated live content and on-demand episodes.
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Re: Shout! Factory TV

#3 Post by Kailuaboy » Wed Mar 25, 2020 12:18 am

Before Kikaida and Kamen-rider there was Rainbowman

Rainbowman

Warrior of Love: Rainbowman

No small change-ee

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I have a question for all the old futs on this forum, does anyone remember if Kamen Rider was shown on KIKU back in the early 1970s? I remember watching Kamen Rider V3, but not any earlier Kamen Rider episodes. I think the earliest Japanese show I watched was Rainbow Man. There was a lot of cool Japanese shows back then.
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