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Episode 36 - Death Match - G-Men vs. Monster Vegaron
Episode 37 - Operation Destroy Gori's Saucer Base
Spectreman is dead. No, really. After his climactic battle with Moonthunder, the cyborg hero and his adversary toppled into a fiery volcano as it erupted. Overlord, not wanting to waste money on an investment, transports Spectreman's remains to the star laboratory to repair him, but the rest of the world is left to believe that Spectreman and George are both coincidentally dead ("yet they'll never know the face" and so on).
|Overlord's first physical appearance... yeah that black silhouette on the right.|
For no reason at all, they also get a new female lead named Sally, never explaining what happened to Rita or Margaret. Spoiler alert: Sally won't be around forever either. The female membership of the Pollution Research Bureau/G-Men has a revolving door.
Dr. Gori couldn't be happier with Spectreman's death, but he decides to throw down his strongest card by summoning the most terrifying monster in the galaxy, Vegaron.
|A recycled Godzilla suit with a frill added to it? That's ridiculous.|
After a nice mountain pose, Dr. Gori tells Vegaron to have his fill of tiny human morsels on this mud ball. Once they are out of the way, Gori can start building his new empire. I'm not sure what good an empire is without slaves, but I guess he has his plan.
|Top of the world, Karas!|
This marks a major change in the tone of the series as George's friends take a more action-packed role in protecting their planet from Gori's schemes. Join us Friday night after #Bmoviemaniacs' third installment of Ultra Q as we wrap up another Friday night with toku goodness. Oh, and Greenman will be there, too. There are still two more available subtitled episodes, and I'm not going to leave them out.
Note on the future of #GHWP:
Following this Friday's episodes, Spectreman is going to be moving to Friday nights for the month of August. We are moving past the halfway point, and I might not be available every Tuesday night from here on out. Additionally, we get a handful of different people that are available on Friday more often than Tuesday, so I would like to increase their chances to tweet along. When I am available, I am considering padding my normal Tuesday night schedule with other material because I have a few movies I've had on the backburner since the very beginning. Spectreman took over my entire live tweet schedule, and I've only been able to fit a few odds and ends in between. We're still looking for an audience for a GHWP DVD Theater presentation of Message From Space, so if you have that in your collection and would like to join, then please RSVP @1oldlostsoul, @bunnyhero or myself, @QuandaryMan that you are on board so that we can set a time and date. There are a few other movies on my list, and I would like to host a couple more episodes of The Hypnotic Eye as well. I'll keep everyone posted, but be on the lookout for GHWP's 10 O'Clock Tuesday Movie in the very near future.