Describe yourself on anon and I’ll say if I’d date you.

Age, gender, height, eye and hair color, then tell me what your favorite something (hobby, class, music, etc) and what kind of date you want to take me on.


Can I start a gofundme to support my urge to buy all the kamen rider merch?


i painted my skateboard!


i painted my skateboard!



He’s cute. He’s tall.
He’s got gorgeous eyes.
And a stunning smile.
I didn’t say a name, but he 
popped into your head,
didn’t he?



the fact that there have no leaked nudes in my dashboard proves that i’m following the right people

vita is getting another ys game

i need a vita 

How would you suggest I get into Kamen Rider? I'm really interested from what I see you reblog haha


Really? aww. That’s sweet!

Honestly, I wouldn’t recommend starting with Kuuga as much as I love it. It’s very different from the other rider series. I think OOO is a really good starter series, because the plot moves along at a decent pace and it’s colorful and interesting. 

W is also a good series! The suit designs are really nice and the plot, again, moves at a decent pace. And it’s a DETECTIVE SERIES. Everyone loves detectives.

Fourze is the third series I’d recommend (W, OOO, Fourze, in order, huehuehue) it’s also different from other rider series, but also takes tropes from other series. Some of the major characters are even named after older riders (Joji Yuki becomes Jojima Yuuki, for example)! 

There are two major rider groups, Showa and Heisei. Kamen Rider to Kamen Rider Black is the Showa era, which I won’t be going into because most people start in the Heisei era.

The Heisei era is from Kuuga to the upcoming series Drive, and there’s a split here, too! Kuuga to the tenth rider, Decade, is the Heisei era (regular), while W to Drive is called ‘Neo Heisei’. 

I’d recommend starting in one of the Neo Heisei series I’ve recommended and go from there. Once you’ve finshed a few of those, you can go back and start Heisei— Den-O, Kuuga, Ryuki, and Kabuto are all fun series! Not everyone agrees, but I’d recommend watching an early Heisei rider or two BEFORE Decade, as Decade is set in the worlds of those riders.