Jim Carter alerts the Pats to a Gangler, but it seems to be moving around the city at a very fast pace. Continue reading
Director Hilltop has Keiichiro, Tsukasa and Sakuya star in a movie about the GSPO to counter the popularity of the Lups with the public. Keiichiro and Tsukasa aren’t too excited about the idea, but Sakuya is and he is fired up about it. They can show off how awesome they are while also getting girls. Continue reading
Sawa says based on what she’s learned so far, she has reason to believe Ryuga may not be human. Continue reading
Kairi is upset at Tooma and Umika’s big fail. He grabs Tooma by the collar. Umika apologizes, but Kairi says it’s over. He leaves the bistro. Continue reading
Keiichiro admires the cherry blossoms and notes that crimes and weirdos tend to increase this time of year. Speaking of weirdos, Zamigo walks past him enjoying an ice ball. Continue reading
Martian queen Vernage exerts her power on SoichiStark who is shocked to see she is still alive. He is forced to untransform and then fires back at Vernage/Misora. Ryuga rushes over to intercept the attack. Soichi grins as Ryuga absorbs the attack and is forced to dehenshin. Continue reading
The Netflix-acquired, TV5-produced drama series Amo by internationally recognized director Brillante Mendoza is both notable and controversial for a number of reasons. It is notable for being one of the first two Filipino productions acquired by Netflix and the first Filipino TV series to be released exclusively on the international platform.
And as a series following a high school student as he gets sucked into the rampant drug trade in the Philippines, it is controversial in the midst of President Rodrigo Duterte’s brutal war on drugs that has polarized the country and drawn international condemnation. Continue reading