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* AwesomeMusic: The show’s OP is a suitably dramatic piece for a space opera.

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The show’s OP is a suitably dramatic piece for a space opera.

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* AwesomeMusic: The show’s OP is a suitably dramatic piece for a space opera.


* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This show easily had the biggest, fieriest monster explosions in toku history.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome: This show easily had the biggest, fieriest monster explosions in toku history.

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* AngstWhatAngst: In episode 25, Jin Dogma ''blow up a passenger jet,'' something that should be seen as a national tragedy and have the whole country out for their blood. It's treated as no worse than their usual plots.


* VizualEffectsOfAwesome: This show easily had the biggest, fieriest monster explosions in toku history.

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* VizualEffectsOfAwesome: SpecialEffectsFailure: Most of the show holds up pretty well, but some of the fight scenes have Kazuya throwing around some really obvious dummies.
* VisualEffectsOfAwesome:
This show easily had the biggest, fieriest monster explosions in toku history.



** The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. Some viewers find it refreshing to see them get more creative than just having the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, while others feel they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.

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** The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, Macrow, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. Some viewers find it refreshing to see them get more creative than just having the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, while others feel they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.

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* VizualEffectsOfAwesome: This show easily had the biggest, fieriest monster explosions in toku history.


* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: Granted, the past shows had some really odd-looking monsters here and there, but this show had their villains head in to some [[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmakingdom.htm really]], ''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmamonsters.htm really]]'', '''''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-jdmonsters.htm really]]''''' weird directions.
** The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. {{Your mileage may vary}} on whether it's refreshing to see them get more creative than just having the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, or whether they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs:
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Granted, the past shows had some really odd-looking monsters here and there, but this show had their villains head in to some [[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmakingdom.htm really]], ''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmamonsters.htm really]]'', '''''[[http://www.'''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-jdmonsters.htm really]]''''' really]]''' weird directions.
** The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. {{Your mileage may vary}} on whether it's Some viewers find it refreshing to see them get more creative than just having the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, or whether while others feel they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.


* NightmareFuel: In #40, the evil plot du jour? ''Evil soap!'' You'll laugh until you find out ''what it does.'' At one point we're treated to the sight of ''a five-year-old'' getting [[spoiler: melted and washed down the drain as a pulsating blob of red goo even as we still hear his voice begging for help.]] Now, obviously, since it's [[spoiler: Masaru, he's ''going'' to get better, but that ''so'' doesn't help at the time.]]

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* NightmareFuel: *NightmareFuel: In #40, the evil plot du jour? ''Evil soap!'' You'll laugh until you find out ''what it does.'' At one point we're treated to the sight of ''a five-year-old'' getting [[spoiler: melted and washed down the drain as a pulsating blob of red goo even as we still hear his voice begging for help.]] Now, obviously, since it's [[spoiler: Masaru, he's ''going'' to get better, but that ''so'' doesn't help at the time.]]



** The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. {{Your mileage may vary}} on whether it's a refreshing break from the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, or whether they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.

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** The **The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. {{Your mileage may vary}} on whether it's a refreshing break from to see them get more creative than just having the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, or whether they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.


* NightmareFuel: In #40, the evil plot du jour? ''Evil soap!'' You'll laugh until you find out ''what it does.'' At one point we're treated to the sight of ''a five-year-old'' getting [[spoiler: melted and washed down the drain as a pulsating blob of red goo even as we still hear his voice begging for help.]] Now, obviously, since it's [[spoiler: Masaru, he's ''going'' to get better, but that ''so'' doesn't help at the time.]]

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* NightmareFuel: *NightmareFuel: In #40, the evil plot du jour? ''Evil soap!'' You'll laugh until you find out ''what it does.'' At one point we're treated to the sight of ''a five-year-old'' getting [[spoiler: melted and washed down the drain as a pulsating blob of red goo even as we still hear his voice begging for help.]] Now, obviously, since it's [[spoiler: Masaru, he's ''going'' to get better, but that ''so'' doesn't help at the time.]]


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**The monsters' themes are pretty much chosen to make ''sure'' it goes this way. Almost all KR series have animal monsters, but once [[spoiler: Terror Macro, who uses animal monsters, goes down for good and is replaced by a group of five major villains]], that gets replaced with themes like a ''ladder'' monster, an ''umbrella'' monster, or a ''soap'' monster. {{Your mileage may vary}} on whether it's a refreshing break from the ten thousandth [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal silly-string-shooting spider]] or chameleon impersonating this week's guest star, or whether they should have stuck to tradition because it's hard to take the new designs seriously.

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*NightmareFuel: In #40, the evil plot du jour? ''Evil soap!'' You'll laugh until you find out ''what it does.'' At one point we're treated to the sight of ''a five-year-old'' getting [[spoiler: melted and washed down the drain as a pulsating blob of red goo even as we still hear his voice begging for help.]] Now, obviously, since it's [[spoiler: Masaru, he's ''going'' to get better, but that ''so'' doesn't help at the time.]]

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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: Granted, the past shows had some really odd-looking monsters here and there, but this show had their villains head in to some [[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmakingdom.htm really]], ''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-dogmamonsters.htm really]]'', '''''[[http://www.kamen-rider.com/database/1980_super-1/vi-jdmonsters.htm really]]''''' weird directions.
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