- Awesome Music:
- Ensemble Dark Horse: The New B-Fighters only appear in 7 episodes, but are one of the better remembered parts of the show.
- Evil Is Cool: The Melzard Tribe, with their creepy Organic Technology motif and roster of formidable commanders. One example of this is Raija, who resembles a red samurai in triceratops themed armor.
- Growing the Beard: The first half of the show, while not bad per se, is very episodic, in which every episode deals with a standard Monster of the Week plot without changing the status quo in a meaningful manner. The second half of the show introduces the B-Crushers, the Ensemble Dark Horse New B-Fighters and dives into the lore behind the conflict between good and evil. It also largely does away with the Monster of the Week format and every other episode changes or adds to the status quo.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Try to not feel like you're reading about Kamen Rider Kabuto. That show even has some Riders resembling several of the B-Fighters and B-Crushers.
- Retroactive Recognition: Mac Windy was portrayed by Reuben Langdon, whom American gamers might recognize as the current English voices of Ken Masters and Dante (and also the latter's mo-cap actor)
YMMV / B-Fighter Kabuto