For those of you on the Tokupedia sites wondering why I've been so quiet lately in terms of edits. I have recently found the Gatchaman Wiki to be a bit abandoned in terms of users with only the founder making the occasional edits.

So I have taken it upon myself to "birdsit" the wiki while he's away and I welcome any assistance from fans of the classic anime as well as watchers of the new Crowds series.

I am also watching Gatchaman II for fun and research purposes and may do an episode list there when I'm done.

The second reason is my job is consumes most of my time during the afternoon and nights of the week, so more cart-pushing and less typing.

In the meantime, Tokupedia has slowed down. But that is to be expected as our showpages heavily rely on the kindness of Asian fans or translators who have it readily available to them as well as fansubbers who post them online for our viewing pleasure. This project was bound to hit a few bumps in the road but I remain optimistic that we'll pull through.

The next possible phase of the project is merging the Tomica Hero wiki and Ryukendo wiki into Tokupedia itself as neither are in much shape to function with no admins and the need for content for the main hub.

After that, we may do a collaboration writing/fan art project on J-Superheroes meeting their DC Comics counterparts on Tokusatsu Fanon. I'll take any questions you may have on it if and when we decide to get started. Digi has already signed up to do a Green Lantern/Ultraman crossover when we get the project going. I'm torn between doing Kamen Rider/Superman or Batman/Gekko Kamen but I don't have the time right now to sort that out or work on it.

'til then let's keep the excitement going for G-'14 and a better tomorrow for the Toku fandom!

No matter who you are or what side of the world you are on, there is always a superhero for you!--Aldo The Fox (talk) 18:57, August 3, 2013 (UTC)