1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE

1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE
1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE

1974 Hebrew RARE FILM POSTER Israel FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK KAMEN RIDER MOVIE

The theatre poster (Around 19.5" x 27.5") which depicts a few impressive IMAGES from the SCIENCE-FICTION TOKUSATSU. To advertise and promote the ISRAELI HEBREW PREMIERE (First release) of the FILM. "FIVE RIDERS vs KING DARK".

By the Israeli distributers of the film. The translated name in English as was provided by the Israeli distributor is " The FIVE SUPER RIDERS" while the Hebrew name is " FIVE BOLD FLYING ONES". Kindly note : This is a JEWISH ISRAELI MADE poster - Designed, Printed and distributed only in Israel. The TEXT is in HEBREW. An Israel, Judaica, Judaism, Hebraica, Israeli related poster.

9.5" x 27.5". The poster is in very good condition (Please watch the scan for a reliable AS IS image). Poster will be sent rolled in a special protective rigid sealed tube. AUTHENTICITY : This poster is an ORIGINAL 1974 theatre poster , NOT a reproduction or a reprint , It holds a life long GUARANTEE for its AUTHENTICITY and ORIGINALITY. King Dark EDIT SHARE This article is about a/an movie in Kamen Rider X.

King Dark A movie for Kamen Rider X Release Date(s) July 25, 1974 Production Information Written by Masaru Igami Directed by Itaru Orita Episode Guide Order in Continuity Previous Next Special Edition, Full Force of Five Riders!! Production Order Previous Next Kamen Rider X (film) Kamen Rider Amazon (film) Five Riders vs. Gonin Raida tai Kingu Daku, tentatively titled Kamen Rider vs.

Kamen Raida tai Kingu Daku, [1] is the second movie based off the Kamen Rider Series, Kamen Rider X. It unites the first five Kamen Riders. Contents[show] Overview Five Riders vs. King Dark is the sole original theatrical work accompanying the TV show Kamen Rider X.

Earlier in March of 1974, the third episode was trimmed to Cinemesco size and screened as part of the spring box office at Toei Manga Festival. Although the central hero of this movie is indeed Kamen Rider X, the name of a specific Kamen Rider is not attached to the title for the first time in the Kamen Rider Series.

In the year of production, 1974 (Showa 49), the "henshin boom" caused by Kamen Rider had passed its peak and Mazinger Z, produced by Toei Animation for Fuji Television, represented a new exciting phenomenon for young audiences, giant robot animation. As a result, the giant robot King Dark was introduced in the X TV series as the leader of G. This film reflects the process of conversion as the series' antagonists changed from Shinwakaijin (Mythical Monsters) under Apollogeist and the G. Secret Police, to the Akuninkaijin (Villain Monsters) led by King Dark. Chiko and Mako feature as supporting characters.

King Dark was screened with Mazinger Z vs Great General of Darkness as part of the Play with Finger 5! Reflecting the trend of the times, Mazinger dominated the combined theatrical poster.

In succession, guest appearances are made by the first four Kamen Riders. Though Riderman was previously established as having been seemingly killed at the climax of X's preceeding show, Kamen Rider V3, this film shows Riderman had survived, leading the way for his numerous reprisals. Notably, Riderman, as the fourth Kamen Rider, introduces himself as "Kamen Rider 4", the name given to him by V3 upon his presumed death. The past four Riders mostly appear post-henshin; only appearing in human form as they transform at the strange castle. This transformation is composed of archive footage depicting Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider 1 (Hiroshi Fujioka) and Hayato Ichimonji/Kamen Rider 2 (Takeshi Sasaki) from the 1972 film Kamen Rider vs. Shocker, Shiro Kazami/Kamen Rider V3 (Hiroshi Miyauchi) as seen in the 1973 film Kamen Rider V3 vs.

Destron Mutants, and the stock transformation sequence of Joji Yuki/Riderman (Takehisa Yamaguchi) from the Kamen Rider V3 TV series. Curiously, the sound effect used for Hongo's transformation is completely different to the iconic sound used prior and since.

Uniquely, Rider 2, while performing his Rider Kick, calls out #2 Rider Kick! " and later "Rider #2 Kick! Riderman is seen with the Power Arm on his left arm, as opposed to his cybernetic right arm, during his fight against Neptune. During the final battle, he is not seen to wear a Cassette Arm at all. In regards to action scenes, trampoline jumping was performed with the desired effect being achieved with the indoor horizon background against rainy weather.

Depending on the cut, the celling of the studio is reflected. The composition of the drama is reversed, and G. S "Drought Operation" was never specifically drawn. Before the premiere, a big "tie-up" event was held at the Isetan Shinjuku store.

[2] In the following year, theatrical releases of succeeding shows Kamen Rider Amazon and Kamen Rider Stronger would be screened as part of the Toei Manga Festival in spring and summer, having been respectfully "blown-up" from Amazon's sixteenth episode and Stronger's seventh episode. King Dark would be the last original theatrical production of the Kamen Rider Series for six years before being ultimately followed by Eight Riders vs. GingaOh, attached to Kamen Rider (Skyrider), which was released in spring of 1980.

Synopsis During a motocross practice, Keisuke Jin is ambushed by two Myth Cyborgs created by a secret organization that's attempting to control Japan, G. He transforms into Kamen Rider X, but little does he know that his battle is recorded and analyzed by King Dark, G.

S commander, to create a super cyborg. Cyborgs are attacking all over Tokyo and in the middle of the crisis, the original four Riders return to Japan from different countries around the world. The five Riders unite to lead a counter attack against G.

And fight its newest monster. Plot to be added Characters Kamen Riders The Five Riders. Kamen Rider X Keisuke Jin Kamen Rider 1 Takeshi Hongo Kamen Rider 2 Hayato Ichimonji Kamen Rider V3 Shiro Kazami Riderman "Kamen Rider 4" Joji Yuki Allies to be added Villains G. Kaijin Akuninkaijin Neptune Pannic Hercules Medusa Cyclops Icarus Atlas Mach Achilles Prometheus Hydra Chimera Ulysses Chronos Cerberus Alseides Cadeus Shinwakaijin Ghengis Khan-Condor Toad-Goemon Franken Bat (movie-exclusive) Continuity and Placement Its placement isn't clear. Presumably, it takes place after episode 27, Special Edition, Full Force of Five Riders!! Which shows one of the spy cameras featured in the movie and V3's first meeting with G. Forces, with Tachibana explaining them to him as villains similar to Destron. However, in episode 33, Hayato and Keisuke don't recognize each other, although Hayato apparently knew about X Rider already. They never meet each other while untransformed in the movie, which might explain that situation. This is also Joji Yuki's return, and although the characters question where he was, his presumed death is never mentioned.

Cast Movie credit order Keisuke Jin? Jin Keisuke / Kamen Rider X?????? X Kamen Raida Ekkusu, Voice: Ryo Hayami?? Masaru no Chichi: Masaru's mother?????

Masaru no Haha: King Dark?????? Kingu Daku, Voice: Fumio Wada?? Kobayashi Akiji Uncredited Kamen Rider #1?????? Kamen Raida Ichigo, Voice: Hiroshi Fujioka?? Fujioka Hiroshi Kamen Rider #2??????

Kamen Raida Nigo, Voice: Takeshi Sasaki??? Sasaki Takeshi Kamen Rider V3?????? V3 Kamen Raida Bui Suri, Voice: Hiroshi Miyauchi?? Hayashi Kazuo Songs All songs were composed and arranged by Shunsuke Kikuchi. Kamen Rider X (From Kamen Rider X) Lyrics: Shotaro Ishimori Artist: Ichiro Mizuki Used as opening and insert song.

Rider Kick (From Kamen Rider) Lyrics: Shotaro Ishimori Artist: Koji Fuji Tatakae! Kamen Rider V3 (From Kamen Rider V3) Lyrics: Shotaro Ishimori Artist: Ichiro Mizuki[3] Kaettekuru Rider (from Kamen Rider)[4] Lyrics: Mari Takizawa Artist: Masato Shimon Used as ending theme. In addition, the instrumental versioons of Rider Sanka and X Rider Action are used as background music. Hanuman and the Five Riders Hanuman and the Five Riders.

Main article: Hanuman and the Five Riders Hanuman and the Five Riders?????? - Hanuman pob Har Aimoddaeng - literally "Hanuman and the Five Ant Men" is a tokusatsu superhero film produced in 1974 by Chaiyo Productions of Thailand. Chaiyo's own Kamen Rider film, half of it uses footage from the Five Riders vs.

Although it has never been released in Japan, Kamen Rider fans in Japan refer to it unofficially as Hanuman and the 5 Kamen Riders?????? Hanuman to Gonin no Kamen Raida. The film teamed the first five Kamen Riders with the Hindu god Hanuman fresh from his appearance in The 6 Ultra Brothers vs.

The Monster Army against X's adversary King Dark (who appears in his regular giant moving statue form and alternately in a human-sized one), who drinks the fresh blood of young women. He captures a scientist and his girlfriend and threatens to drain her of her blood unless he use his technology to create an army of mutant animal men to confront the five Riders. Unlike Chaiyo's two official co-productions with Tsuburaya Productions in 1974 namely The 6 Ultra Brothers Vs. The Monster Army and Jumborg Ace & Giant, this production was unauthorized by Toei Company, Ltd. Which produced the Kamen Rider shows.

Chaiyo had initially approached Toei, who turned down their plans for producing their own Kamen Rider movie. Errors to be added Notes Rider #2 and V3 also appeared to help X-Rider in his series. This is the only real appearance of Kamen Rider #1 and Riderman during the run of Kamen Rider X, as only Rider #2 and V3 appeared in the show. However, there's new footage of them fighting in episode 27 through a story told by Tachibana to children.

Hiroshi Fujioka and Takeshi Sasaki reprised their roles as Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider #1 and Hayato Ichimonji/Kamen Rider #2 respectively in this movie, before going on to be absent from the films of the franchise until OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders (2011), almost 36 years later. This movie also marks, even today, the last movie appearance of Hayato Ichimonji in his human form, although it was done by reusing footage from earlier features. In the tv series, Hongo and Ichimonji would also appear in the penultimate and final episodes of Kamen Rider Stronger.

Hiroshi Fujioka would only return in the flesh as Takeshi Hongo along with Ryo Hayami as Keisuke Jin in Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai 40 years later. Joji Yuki refers to himself as Kamen Rider No. Footage from this movie was featured in the 1988 TV special Kamen Rider 1 Through RX: Big Gathering, which served as a recap of the ten veteran Kamen Riders up to Kamen Rider Black RX.

King Dark was originally released on VHS on July 21, 2000. Digital Releases Kamen Rider: The Movie DVD Volume 2 features Kamen Rider V3 (film), Kamen Rider V3 vs. Destron Mutants, Kamen Rider X (film) and Five Riders vs. [5] Kamen Rider: The Movie Blu-ray Volume 1 features Kamen Rider vs. Ambassador Hell, Kamen Rider V3 vs. Destron Mutants & Five Riders vs. [6] Kamen Rider: The Movie DVD Volume 2 Kamen Rider: The Movie Blu-ray Volume 1 1972-88 References? Ichiro Mizuki's version, originally recorded as a test take, is used here. Kamen Rider Series EDIT SHARE This article is about a/an set of all the shows and films in the Kamen Rider Series.

Main Page Showa Series Heisei Series Heisei Series Phase 2 Reiwa Series This article is about the franchise as a whole. For other uses of the term "Kamen Rider", see Kamen Rider (disambiguation). Kamen Raida Shirizu, translated as Masked Rider Series is a franchise of manga and tokusatsu television programs and films created by manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori. The various Kamen Rider media generally feature a motorcycle-riding superhero with a varying motif who fights supervillains often referred to as kaijin?? The franchise began in 1971 with the Kamen Rider television series which followed college student Takeshi Hongo and his quest to defeat the world-conquering Shocker organization.

Over the years, the popularity of the franchise has grown and the original series has spawned many television and theatrical sequels. The cultural impact of the series in Japan resulted in Akimasa Nakamura naming two minor planets in honor of the series: 12408 Fujioka, after actor Hiroshi Fujioka, known for his portrayal of Kamen Rider, and 12796 Kamenrider, after the series, itself.

Contents[show] Series overview Although each entry in the series is different, each one shares similar traits with one and another. All generally involve at least one young adult male transforming into a Kamen Rider to fight various monsters and organizations linked to that specific Kamen Rider's origin. As the series progresses, the Rider often learns more about the monsters in the series, other Kamen Riders or the origin of his powers.

Early Kamen Riders were generally based on grasshoppers and other insects, but this practice has declined in the newer set of shows in favor of other motifs. Usually referred to as Rider Machines, motorcycles are an integral part of the series. Since 1971, Suzuki originally provided motorcycles for the series until Kamen Rider Agito when Honda became involved and the single Ducati featured in Kamen Rider W. Early Kamen Riders wore scarves along with their costumes, but this practice was dropped after Kamen Rider Black until the appearance of Double.

A trait shared among recent Kamen Riders is their ability to change forms and become stronger versions of themselves. The first power up appeared in Kamen Rider Stronger which was used by the title character. Kamen Rider Black RX had multiple forms, Roborider and Biorider.

Since then, every title Kamen Rider in the Heisei era has had at least one power up with Build having the most with 1607 form combinations following by OOO with 334. All Showa era Riders gained their powers through some form of surgical alteration to their bodies, a practice seen only a few times. Heisei Riders on the other hand, starting with Ryuki, are armored suits powered by magic, advanced technology or sometimes both. The Heisei era of Kamen Rider varies greatly in its use of Kamen Riders. Whereas all early Kamen Riders fought on the side of justice and peace, there have been numerous Kamen Riders in the Heisei era that have fought for personal reasons such as greed, revenge and the personal enjoyment of battle. Because of this, recent Kamen Riders have become less eager to immediately join the battle of justice. The one thing that all Riders have in common is the fact that their powers are all linked to the series' villains in one way or another. Rider finishers Combat techniques generally remain somewhat consistent between series. The "Rider Kick" has become known as the signature attack for Kamen Riders. Although no Heisei era Kamen Rider before Kamen Rider Blade named their Rider Kick, it has still been a staple for every Kamen Rider series. Other variations include the Rider Chop and Rider Punch.

Adaptations outside Japan Thailand In 1974, Chaiyo Productions in Thailand produced the Hanuman and the Five Riders. Taiwan In 1975 to 1976, the Tong Hsing Company Limited in Taiwan produced the Super Riders series based on the Japan version. 1975: The Super Rider V3 based on Kamen Rider V3 1976: The Five Of Super Rider based on Kamen Rider X 1976: The Super Riders based on Kamen Rider vs. Hell Ambassador United States Kamen Rider Black RX and Kamen Rider Ryuki were adapted in America as Saban's Masked Rider and Kamen Rider Dragon Knight respectively.

In 1995, Saban produced the first American Masked Rider series after his success adapting Super Sentai into Power Rangers and the Metal Hero Series (VR Troopers & Beetleborgs). In 2009, a new series was broadcast, produced by brothers Michael and Steve Wang. In 2011, Saban presented the brand Power Rider, but lost interest in the property and abandoned the license for it in 2014. Saban's Masked Rider Airing from 1995 to 1996, Masked Rider was originally presented as a spin-off of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

Dex, prince of the planet Edenoi, is granted the ancient Masked Rider powers from his grandfather to protect them from the evil Count Dregon who wants to use them to take over the universe. Dex finds his way to Earth where he lives with the Stewart family, while protecting the planet from Dregon's attacks. The footage in this series came from Kamen Rider Black RX, as well as the movies Kamen Rider ZO and Kamen Rider J. Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight Airing in 2009, Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight features 12 warriors known as Kamen Riders who protect the parallel world of Ventara from the evil General Xaviax by using their Advent Decks. Xaviax begins seeking out corrupt humans on the Earth to give them the Advent Decks of Kamen Riders he has defeated in battle to act as his subordinates.

Kit Taylor, who finds the Advent Deck to allow him to become Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, teams up with Len, who can transform into Kamen Rider Wing Knight, to defeat General Xaviax and save Kit's father who was captured by Xaviax and is held in Ventara. The footage in Dragon Knight comes from Kamen Rider Ryuki. While the series was cancelled before it finished its run, it later won the first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Stunt Coordination at the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards. The series was also exported back to Japan where it was shown on Toei's pay-per-view channel and later shown on TV Asahi.

Productions TV series The first twenty-seven main Kamen Riders, with Kamen Rider New Den-O. Showa Era Entry Year Series Image Episodes Summary Total Episodes No. This series set up many themes that are still used today.

This series followed the battles of the first two Kamen Riders against Shocker and later Gel Shocker. This series followed Shiro Kazami on his quest to gain revenge against Destron, the group that murdered his family. Later on, Riderman, the fourth Kamen Rider is introduced as the first long term anti-hero Kamen Rider. The original two Kamen Riders also make various appearances over the course of the series to help Kazami. 03 1974 Kamen Rider X 35 Aired in 1974 and ran for 35 episodes.

Keisuke Jin and his father Kentaro Jin are attacked by the Government Of Darkness (GOD), Keisuke and Kentaro are both mortally wounded in the attack, but before he dies, Kentaro transforms his son into Kamen Rider X. Many of the monsters Kamen Rider X faced were based on Greek mythology and later on various animals and historic figures. Daisuke Yamamoto, an orphan lost in the Amazon has grown up with an Amazon tribe and lead a peaceful life until his tribe was attacked by Gorgos.

Before dying, his tribe elder turned Daisuke into Kamen Rider Amazon. This was the first Kamen Rider not to use a belt to transform.

This was also the first series not to have any previous Kamen Riders appear, although Amazon meets his seniors in the next series. 05 1975 Kamen Rider Stronger 39 Aired in 1975 and ran for 39 episodes.

This was intended to be the final Kamen Rider series. Shigeru Jou joins Black Satan after the murder of his best friend and mentor. Knowing the organization to be the culprits, he allows himself to undergo an operation that changes him into Kamen Rider Stronger. Later on, Black Satan is defeated and a new group known as Delza becomes the series enemy.

Stronger is later joined by Electronic Wave Humanoid Tackle, a female warrior who later sacrifices herself to save Stronger from a powerful opponent. This was also the first series to have a temporary power up for the main character. Hiroshi Tsukaba is kidnapped and transformed into Kamen Rider as a means to help Doctor Shiro escape Neoshocker. During the course of the series, former Kamen Riders appear and Kamen Rider is dubbed Skyrider by Kamen Rider Stronger to differentiate him from the original Kamen Riders.

This was a revival of the franchise after four years off of broadcast. Intended to be a remake of the original series, the idea was slowly phased out as references to the past were made and senior Kamen Riders made guest appearances.

Wanting to become an astronaut, Kazuya Oki undergoes an operation that allows him to survive in space. The area were he is operated in is attacked by the Dogma Empire and Kamen Rider Super-1's peers are all killed. Super-1 has special gloves that allow for different attack types. 08 1984 Birth of the 10th! 1 Aaired as a 1984 television special introduced the character of Ryo Murasame, Kamen Rider ZX??????

Kamen Raida Zekurosu, who fights the Badan Empire after they brainwashed and cyberized him and killed his sister. The special shows his meeting with three of his nine predecessors, after much of his story was told in the Kamen Rider Spirits manga and a radio show. After being kidnapped by the cult Gorgom on the night of their 19th birthday, stepbrothers Kotaro Minami and Nobuhiko Akizuki are submitted to a mutant surgery with the purpose of becoming the candidates to be the next Creation King. Kotaro escapes before the brainwashing, with help from his foster father, and turned against Gorgom.

He soon finds out the horrific truth from his stepfather: Gorgom originally killed his true parents. Later on, Kamen Rider Black must battle with his brother, who has become the trump card of Gorgom, Shadow Moon. Kamen Rider Black is the first Rider to not wear a scarf (which was synonymous with past Riders and Ishinomori's other works). After the defeat of Gorgom, Kotaro Minami is kidnapped by the Crisis Empire.

Refusing to join them, he is thrown out into space where he undergoes a change becoming Kamen Rider Black RX. This is the final show in the Showa era. Kamen Rider Black RX is also the first Rider to introduce form changes, a trend that continued with the Heisei Riders. 11 1992 Shin Kamen Rider: Prologue N. Released in 1992 and celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kamen Rider. Kamen Rider Shin was more similar to the original designs for Kamen Rider.

12 1993 Kamen Rider ZO N. Released in 1993 and also celebrated the 20th anniversary of Kamen Rider. 13 1994 Kamen Rider J N.

Kamen Rider J was the first Rider to have the ability to grow in size. 448 Heisei Era (Phase 1) Entry Year Series Image Episodes Summary Total Episodes No.

Yuusuke Godai finds an ancient artifact that allows him to transform into Kamen Rider Kuuga to battle the Grongi forces, while deciphering the relationship between Kuuga and the Grongi. This was the first Kamen Rider series in 11 years and the start of the Heisei Kamen Rider Series of shows. This was the first series to feature more than one Kamen Rider as the main character at the same time. Shoichi Tsugami has lost his memories, he lives with a foster family and fights against the Unknown as Kamen Rider Agito.

Looking for the origin of his power and his lost memories, this series follows Kamen Rider Agito, G3, and Gills who deal with the Unknown and learn the true nature behind Agito. Shinji Kido, a reporter, finds his way into a parallel world that exists within reflective surfaces. In this parallel world, Shinji forms a contract with a creature known as a Mirror Monster, allowing him to transform into Kamen Rider Ryuki and join a tournament with twelve other Kamen Riders who are fighting to be granted a single wish.

A strange new form of humanity known as the Orphnoch, who are people who have mysteriously been brought back to life, begin to appear and in Kyushu. Young man Takumi Inui crosses paths with Mari Sonoda who is being chased by an Orphnoch enforcer of the Smart Brain Organization, and he uses the device she stole from them to transform into Kamen Rider Faiz. Inui is unwittingly drafted into the fight against Smart Brain, who are trying to eliminate mankind in favor of the Orphnoch race, along with a group of rogue Orphnoch and two other Kamen Riders who see Faiz as their enemy. Kazuma Kenzaki is hired by the mysterious BOARD organization to combat the Undead, a series of 52 creatures who ten thousand years ago fought between each other in what was known as the Battle Royale to determine the dominant species on the Earth. They were all sealed away by an Undead known as the Joker until archaeologists in the present day undo the seal. As Kamen Rider Blade, Kenzaki must end the new Battle Royale by sealing away the Undead once more, cementing humanity as the dominant species, and is joined by three other Kamen Riders in the fight. Throughout Japanese history, there have been people who undergo intense training to use the purity of sound to transform into beings known as Oni to battle monstrous creatures known as the Makamou. Asumu Adachi, a student ready to transfer into high school, is unsure as to how he should proceed in his life when he meets a man only known as Hibiki, one of the Oni.

Hibiki takes Asumu under his wing and trains him in the way of the Oni in the fight against the Makamou, joining fellow Oni Ibuki and Zanki and their apprentices. Soji Tendo has been training his entire life to be the recipient of a device known as the Kabuto Zecter that allows him to transform into Kamen Rider Kabuto.

The ZECT organization initially developed the technology to combat the aliens known as the Worms who came to Earth on a meteor that struck in Shibuya in 1999, but have been hiding in plain sight ever since. He uses his powers to protect Hiyori Kusakabe from the Worms, but has to deal with ZECT officers trying to regain the Kabuto Zecter from him. He befriends ZECT agent and Hiyori's coworker Arata Kagami, who is the first person to know his identity as Kabuto, and combats ZECT's other affiliated and rogue Kamen Riders, all the while dealing with the Worm menace. Ryotaro Nogami is a young man with incredibly bad luck who one day is possessed by a mysterious creature known as an Imagin and discovers the Rider Pass, a device that enables him to transform into Kamen Rider Den-O. When the Rider Pass's owner Hana approaches him, they are attacked by another Imagin, one who comes from a possible future to 2007 who grant wishes to weakwilled humans in order to go back further in time to change the past to favor the Imagin's own future. Hana has Ryotaro transform, and the Imagin who possessed him takes pity on him and offers to take over his body and fight in his place. Ryotaro joins Hana, the Imagin Momotaros, and the crew of the DenLiner, which soon includes other Imagin who open contracts with Ryotaro, to protect the flow of time so the future of humanity remains as the one true future. Wataru Kurenai is a young man who transforms into Kamen Rider Kiva to fight the vampiric Fangire Race in the year 2008, while dealing with the Wonderful Blue Sky Organization who sees Kiva as a threat. Otoya Kurenai is a violin virtuoso and Wataru's father who encounters the Fangire in the year 1986 and assists the Wonderful Blue Sky Organization in their fight with the Fangire.

The actions Otoya takes in the past in regards to the Fangire affect how Wataru must deal with the same Fangire in the present. 10 2009 Kamen Rider Decade 31 Aired in 2009 after the finale of Kiva and was billed as the 10th anniversary of the Heisei Rider Series, lasting for only 31 episodes. Tsukasa Kadoya is a photographer with no memory of his past and whose photos never turn out quite right.

When dimensional portals open up, trapping his only friend Natsumi Hikari with the various monsters other Kamen Riders have faced, she finds the Decade Driver which Tsukasa instinctively uses to transform into Kamen Rider Decade, a being Natsumi has seen in her nightmares. While the world seems to collapse around him, everything freezes and he is approached by Wataru Kurenai who tells him that the multiverse is collapsing, and this world will be destroyed unless he travels to the worlds of the other Kamen Riders and fix them in order to prevent the destruction of every world. However, the mysterious Narutaki disseminates rumors throughout the other realities that Tsukasa will be the destroyer of all worlds, causing the Kamen Riders to turn on him. Eventually, it's revealed that Decade's role as the destroyer and connector of worlds, as Tsukasa would destroy the Riders he would connect the other worlds preventing their collapse and does anything he is needed for as a hero or a villain to finish the Rider's story. 923 Heisei Era (Phase 2) Entry Year Series Image Episodes Summary Total Episodes No.

Shotaro Hidari is a private investigator in the ecologically-minded city of Fuuto who works with his partner Philip to investigate crimes that involve users of Gaia Memories which transform them into monstrous beings known as Dopants. Shotaro and Philip have their own set of Gaia Memories that they use in conjunction with the Double Driver belt, with Philip's mind traveling into Shotaro's body to fight as Kamen Rider Double. With their landlord (and daughter of their mentor) Akiko Narumi, Shotaro and Philip protect Fuuto all while discovering more about the past that Philip cannot remember. Eiji Hino is unwillingly drafted by a being known as Ankh to be his guard in the fight amongst the Greeed, monsters whose powers stem from mystical coins known as Core Medals.

When they awoke, several of their Core Medals were missing; Ankh having lost most and thus stole some from his kin. As the Greeed hunt down their Core Medals, they use Cell Medals to create monsters called Yummy to produce more Cell Medals to sustain their incomplete bodies.

However, Ankh uses Eiji Hino and gives him the OOO Driver to allow Eiji to transform into Kamen Rider OOO to get the Medals for him. However, a third party is also after the Medals for mysterious reasons in the form of the mysterious Kougami Foundation. The series has a spaceflight motif and is intended to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's and mankind's first flight into space as well as the 40th anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series. [2] Gentaro Kisaragi has recently transferred to Amanogawa High School, where he seeks to make everyone there his friend. After he meets with childhood friend Yuki Jojima, and runs afoul of her friend Kengo Utahoshi, a monster known as a Zodiarts attacks. After Gentaro takes the Fourze Driver Kengo intended to use himself, he transforms into Kamen Rider Fourze and fights the Zodiarts. Yuki convinces Kengo to begrudingly allow Gentaro to assist them in their fight, even as Gentaro transforms the lunar base they can transport to into the headquarters for a Kamen Rider Club to gather friends and supporters in the fight. The series is based on magic. When Haruto Soma is used as a sacrifice for a ritual, mysterious demons called Phantoms appear, attacking humans to increase their numbers; a mysterious girl, Koyomi, unaffected by the Phantoms, saves him.

Haruto gains the powers to Kamen Rider Wizard by a mysterious robed figure called White Wizard. Haruto then transforms into Kamen Rider Wizard to save people from despair caused by the Phantoms, supported by Koyomi, his apprentice Shunpei Nara, police officer Rinko Daimon, the Rings' creator Shigeru Wajima, and later on a mysterious agent named Masanori Kizaki. Eventually, another person named Kosuke Nitoh meets the group and later fights alongside Haruto as Kamen Rider Beast. In the world of Kamen Rider Gaim, because of a large company known as the Yggdrasill Corporation setting up shop in the once bustling city of Zawame??? Zawame-shi, it now feels like everyone is living in a jokamachi???

To escape this feeling, young people throughout the city have formed dance crews to bring joy back into their lives. Also popular is a game that uses Lockseeds that contain small animals known as Inves that are said to come from another dimension. However, as this game becomes more and more popular, it seems to be causing tears in reality to an actual alternate dimension from which monsters are invading the Earth. Kouta Kazuraba, who gives up time in his dance crew to start a job to help out his sister, uses a special Lockseed in his Sengoku Driver belt to transform into Kamen Rider Gaim to battle these monsters, but he must also contend with other rival Kamen Riders, transforming a fight against monsters from another dimension into a Kamen Rider warring states period. Mysterious incidents known as "Density Shift" or "Slowdown" are caused by monsters called Roidmudes, 108 rogue AIs that steal people's identities.

During these periods, time is dilated for normal people and makes them sluggish and heavy, leaving the Roidmudes free to cause havoc. Ace cop Shinnosuke Tomari severely injured his partner Hayase during by accident during one of these incidents, making him lose all motivation for his work. Demoted and transferred to a special investigations unit, he finds out six months later about Shift Cars, sentient toy cars that grant him special powers and allow him to move normally during Slowdown.

With the help of the Drive Driver Mr. Belt, his new partner Kiriko, his car Tridoron and the Shift Cars plus the aid of the Special Investigations Unit, he fights against Roidmudes and the mysterious Chase as Kamen Rider Drive. This series ran through the 45th anniversary of the franchise in 2016. However, much like OOO it will not be counted as the official anniversary show, as that title will fall to its eventual successor. A young ghost hunter named Takeru Tenkuji is killed on his 18th birthday by an evil spirit called a Ganma after receiving an item called a Ghost Eyecon from his late father. A mysterious hermit spirit offers Takeru a second chance at life by finding the 15 Eyecons of legendary heroes in 99 days, or he will die permanently. He then gives him the Ghost Driver to become a Kamen Rider to battle the evil Ganma with the help of a little spirit called Yurusen. As Ghost, Takeru must protect the lives and innocence of humans from the corruption of the Ganma while trying to find Eyecons to restore his own life.

The series was also part of the 45th anniversary celebration for part of the 2016 year. The series revolves around a trio of doctors who must fight a mutated computer virus called the Bugster virus using video game themed equipment to become Kamen Riders to save the lives of patients infected with the disease. 10 years ago, a mythical object known as Pandora's Box was brought back to Earth from Mars during an expedition of Martian caverns at the time.

However when the Box was activated, it caused a three-way wall known as the Sky Wall to emerge from the grounds of Earth and divided the country of Japan into three, Hokuto, Touto, and Seito. During present day, an amnesiac genius physicist named Sento Kiryu secretly operates as Kamen Rider Build while fighting alongside Ryuga Banjou, a prison escapee, and Misora, a girl who purifies his Fullbottles in order to unlock the secrets of Pandora's Box and eventually his own memories. In the year 2068, the world has fallen under the tyrannical rule of Ohma Zi-O, a powerful demon king with the powers of the past Kamen Riders.

For years the resistance has attempted to fight back but to no avail. A young warrior named Geiz goes back in time to 2018 in an attempt to kill Ohma Zi-O's younger self, Sougo Tokiwa in order to bring peace to his timeline, however fellow Resistance member Tsukuyomi also followed him back to stop him from killing Sougo. Now realizing his destiny, Sougo attempts to defy it by becoming a good demon king through kindness, although Geiz gets friendly with him, he will stop at nothing to make sure Sougo does not become the evil Ohma Zi-O.

1,409 Reiwa Era Entry Year Series Image Episodes Summary Total Episodes No. Japan has entered a new era.

Hiden Intelligence, the country's most thriving technology company that specializes in artificial intelligence (AI), has developed a way to utilize these A. S in a humanoid form, known as the Humagears. These virtually identical humanoid androids have become a staple in everyday life, to the general public as well as the private sectors. After his grandfather's death, a young but failing stage comedian bears witness to several terrorist attacks orchestrated by MetsubouJinrai. Net, prompting the creation of an anti-Humagear military squad, A. TBA Remakes Year Title Image Summary 2005 Kamen Rider The First Premiered in 2005. It is a reimagining of the original Kamen Rider show, and adds a touch of romance to the story.

2007 Kamen Rider The Next Premiered in 2007 as a sequel to The First. It is a reimagining of Kamen Rider V3, and replaces the romance of the previous movie with horror. It is exclusive to Amazon Prime. The first season premiered on April 1, 2016 and the second season premiered on April 7, 2017.

TV Specials Showa era 1976: All Together! Seven Kamen Riders 1979: Immortal Kamen Rider Special 1984: Birth of the 10th! 1987: This is Kamen Rider Black 1988: Kamen Rider 1 through RX: Big Gathering Heisei era 1993: Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider (Co-production with Tsuburaya Productions) 2000: Kamen Rider Kuuga: New Year's Special 2001: Kamen Rider Agito Special: A New Transformation 2002: Kamen Rider Ryuki Special: 13 Riders 2004: Kamen Rider Blade: New Generation 2006: 35th Masked Rider Anniversary File 2009: Kamen Rider G 2014: Ressha Sentai ToQger Vs. Kamen Rider Gaim Spring Vacation Combining Special 2015: Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Vs.

Kamen Rider Drive Spring Vacation One-Hour Combining Special Theatrical releases Showa era 1971: Go Go Kamen Rider 1972: Kamen Rider vs. Shocker 1972: Kamen Rider vs. Hell Ambassador 1973: Kamen Rider V3 1973: Kamen Rider V3 vs.

The Destron Monsters 1974: Kamen Rider X 1974: Five Riders vs. King Dark 1975: Kamen Rider Amazon 1975: Kamen Rider Stronger 1980: Eight Riders vs. GingaOh 1981: Kamen Rider Super-1 1988: Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima 1988: Kamen Rider Black: Terrifying! The Phantom House of Devil Pass 1989: Kamen Rider: Run All Over the World - 3-D theme park special Heisei era 1992: Shin Kamen Rider: Prologue 1993: Kamen Rider ZO 1994: Kamen Rider J 1994: Kamen Rider World - 3-D theme park special 2001: Kamen Rider Agito: Project G4 2002: Kamen Rider Ryuki: Episode Final 2003: Kamen Rider 555: Paradise Lost 2004: Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace 2005: Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Senki 2005: Kamen Rider The First 2006: Kamen Rider Kabuto: God Speed Love 2007: Kamen Rider Den-O: I'm Born! 2007: Kamen Rider The Next 2008: Kamen Rider Den-O & Kiva: Climax Deka 2008: Kamen Rider Kiva: King of the Castle in the Demon World 2008: Saraba Kamen Rider Den-O: Final Countdown 2009: Cho Kamen Rider Den-O & Decade NEO Generations: The Onigashima Battleship 2009: Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs.

Dai-Shocker 2009: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010 Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story Kamen Rider W: Begins Night Movie War 2010 2010: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider The Movie: Cho-Den-O Trilogy Episode Red: Zero no Star Twinkle Episode Blue: The Dispatched Imagin is Newtral Episode Yellow: Treasure de End Pirates 2010: Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate 2010: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W feat. Skull: Movie War Core Kamen Rider Skull: Message for Double Kamen Rider OOO: Nobunaga's Desire Movie War Core 2011: OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders 2011: Kamen Rider OOO WONDERFUL: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals 2011: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega Max Beginning: Fight! Legendary Seven Riders Kamen Rider OOO: Ankh's Resurrection, The Medal of the Future and The Leading of Hope Futo: The Conspiracy Advances: Gallant! Kamen Rider Joker Kamen Rider Fourze: Nadeshiko, Descend Movie War Mega Max: Gather!

Warriors of Glory 2012: Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen 2012: Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Everyone, Space Is Here! 2012: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum Kamen Rider Fourze Kamen Rider Wizard Movie War Ultimatum 2013: Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z 2013: Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land 2013: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle Kamen Rider Wizard: The Promise Place Kamen Rider Gaim: Sengoku Battle Royale 2014: Heisei Rider vs. Super Sentai 2014: Kamen Rider Gaim the Movie: The Great Soccer Match! 2014: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Drive & Gaim: Movie War Full Throttle Kamen Rider Gaim: Advancement of the Last Stage Kamen Rider Drive: The Challenge from Lupin Movie War Full Throttle 2015: Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3 2015: Kamen Rider Drive: Surprise Future 2015: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Ghost & Drive: Super Movie Wars Genesis 2016: Kamen Rider 1 2016: Kamen Rider Ghost: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment 2016: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider 2017: Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen 2017: Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending 2017: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FINAL: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Riders 2018: Kamen Rider Amazons: The Last Judgement 2018: Kamen Rider Build: Be The One 2018: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER Reiwa era 2019: Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer 2019: Kamen Rider Reiwa: The First Generation 2020: Kamen Rider Zero-One: The Movie Original video releases V-Cinema Shin: Kamen Rider Prologue Ultraman vs.

Lazer Kamen Rider Build NEW WORLD Kamen Rider Build NEW WORLD: Kamen Rider Cross-Z Kamen Rider Build NEW WORLD: Kamen Rider Grease Kamen Rider Zi-O NEXT TIME Kamen Rider Zi-O NEXT TIME: Geiz, Majesty Hyper Battle Videos Kamen Rider Kuuga vs. The Strong Monster Go-Jiino-Da Kamen Rider Agito: Three Great Riders Kamen Rider Ryuki: Ryuki vs Kamen Rider Agito Kamen Rider 555: Hyper Battle Video Kamen Rider Blade: Blade vs. Blade Kamen Rider Hibiki: Asumu, Transform! You can be an Oni, too!! Kamen Rider Den-O: Singing, Dancing, Great Training!! Kamen Rider Kiva: You Can Also be Kiva Kamen Rider Decade: Protect! The World of Televikun Kamen Rider W DVD: Gaia Memory Encyclopedia Kamen Rider W Hyper Battle DVD: Donburi's a/Farewell Beloved Recipe Kamen Rider OOO Hyper Battle DVD: Quiz, Dance, and Takagarooba! Kamen Rider Fourze Special Bonus DVD: Astroswitch Secret Report Kamen Rider Fourze Hyper Battle DVD: Rocket Drill States of Friendship Kamen Rider Wizard Hyper Battle DVD: Showtime with the Dance Ring Kamen Rider Gaim Hyper Battle DVD: Fresh Orange Arms is Born! Kamen Rider Drive Secret Mission Type TV-KUN: Hunter & Monster! Chase the Mystery of the Super Thief! Kamen Rider Drive Secret Mission Type HIGH SPEED! Type High Speed is Born! Kamen Rider Drive Secret Mission Type LUPIN: Lupin, The Last Challenge Kamen Rider Ghost: Ikkyu Eyecon Contention! Kamen Rider Ghost: Ikkyu Intimacy! Awaken, My Quick Wit Power!! The Secret of Heroes' Eyecons! Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks":Kamen Rider Lazer Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks":Kamen Rider Para-DX Kamen Rider Build: Birth! Kamen Rider Prime Rogue Kamen Rider BiBiBi no Bibill Geiz Kamen Rider Zero-One: What Will Pop Out of the Kangaroo?

Think About It by Yourself! It must be me, Aruto!

Net Movies Kamen Rider Backwards-Kiva: Queen of the Castle in the Demon World Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders Super Spin-off Kamen Rider W Forever: From A to Z, 26 Rapid-Succession Roars of Laughter OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders: Let's Look! Only Your 48 Riders Kamen Rider OOO Allstars: The 21 Leading Actors and Core Medals Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taihen - Who's the culprit? Kamen Rider Fourze the Net Edition: Everyone, Class is Here! Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Otsu: Heroo! Answers Kamen Rider Wizard in Magica Land Web series Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs.

Doctor Death D-Video Special: Kamen Rider 4 Kamen Rider Ghost: Legendary! Kamen Rider Information Program: Poppy Pipopapo's Room Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks":Virtual Operations Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks":Kamen Rider Genm Kamen Rider Brave: Let's Survive! Revival of the Beast Rider Squad! Kamen Sentai Gorider Kamen Rider Amazons Season 2 Transformation Lessons The Laws Of Transformation Are Set! Kamen Rider Build: Raising the Hazard Level 7 Best Matches Animation works Kamen Rider SD: Strange!

Kumo Otoko Crayon Shin-chan Midsummer Night: Here I Come! The Storm is Called Den-O vs.

- featuring Den-O & Kiva. COLLECTION DVD Imagin Anime COLLECTION DVD Imagin Anime 2 COLLECTION DVD Imagin Anime 3 Kamen Rider Fourze × Crayon Shin-chan Blu-Ray miniseries Shotaro Hidari Hardboiled Delusion Diary Secret Mission Type TOKUJO The Legend of Hero Alain Kamen Rider Snipe: Episode ZERO ROGUE Project Thouser Other video works Transform! Arashi & Rider Our Kamen Rider Finger 5's Great Adventure - guest appearance by V3 Fight! The Strongest Rider, ZO is Born!

Kamen Rider Kuuga Special Edition EPISODE 50 - Good Job Local Riders Fierce Fight File Family Steak House Momotaros's King of the Castle in Burning Red Kamen Rider G' Samurai Sentai Shinkenger - crossover with Kamen Rider Decade. Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger - guest appearance. Uchu Sentai Kyuranger - guest appearance. Music videos Climax Jump DEN-LINER form Climax Jump SWORD Form Climax Jump ROD Form Climax Jump AXE Form Climax Jump GUN Form Journey Through the Decade The Next Decade Stay the Ride Alive W-B-X W-Boiled Extreme Love?

Wars Nobody's Perfect W Anything Goes! Let's Go Rider Kick 2011 Time Judged All Reverse/Re:birth Te wo Tsunagou Matsuken × Kamen Rider Samba KAMEN RIDER V3 Switch On!

SAMURAI STRONG STYLE Giant Step Voyagers Life is SHOW TIME FOREST OF ROCKS JUST LIVE MORE YOUR SONG SURPRISE-DRIVE Who's That Guy Time Re-ray Warera Omou, Yue Ni Warera Ari EXCITE Be The One Over "Quartzer" P. Universe Festival REAL×EYEZ Stage & Musicals Kamen Rider Super Live Kamen Rider Super Live: Agito vs. Kuuga Kamen Rider Super Live: Ryuki, Agito Great Crash Kamen Rider Super Live: Cho Henshin Battle Kamen Rider Super Live: Seal It! Kamen Rider Super Live Oni Legend, Gaiden Kamen Rider Super Live 2006 Kamen Rider Super Live 2007 Kamen Rider Super Live 2008 Kamen Rider Super Live 2009 Kamen Rider Super Live 2010 Kamen Rider Super Live 2011 Kamen Rider Super Live 2012 Kamen Rider Super Live 2013 Kamen Rider Super Live 2014 Kamen Rider Super Live 2015 Kamen Rider Super Live 2016 Kamen Rider Super Live 2017 Kamen Rider Super Live 2018 Kamen Rider Super Live 2019 Kamen Rider Super Live 2020 Kamen Rider Special Event Futo Presents: Kamen Rider W Special Event Supported by Windscale Kamen Rider OOO: Special Event Kamen Rider Fourze Special Event: Amanogawa High School Spring School Festival Special Kamen Rider Wizard Special Event Z Kamen Rider Gaim Special Event: Hyakka Ryoran Sengoku Emaki Kamen Rider Drive Special Event: The Special Circumstances Case Investigation File Kamen Rider Ghost: Special Event Kamen Rider Amazons Special Event: A to M Open Your AMAZONS Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: Special Event Kamen Rider Zi-O: Special Event Kamen Rider Final Stage Kamen Rider Den-O: Final Stage Kamen Rider Kiva: Final Stage Kamen Rider Decade: Final Stage Kamen Rider W: Final Stage Kamen Rider OOO: Final Stage Kamen Rider Fourze: Final Stage Kamen Rider Wizard: Final Stage Kamen Rider Gaim: Final Stage Kamen Rider Drive: Final Stage Kamen Rider Ghost: Final Stage Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: Final Stage Kamen Rider Build: Final Stage Kamen Rider Zi-O: Final Stage LIVE & SHOW 10th Anniversary Project: Masked Rider LIVE & SHOW 40×35 Thanksgiving Festival: Anniversary LIVE & SHOW Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2013 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2014 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2015 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2016 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2017 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2018 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2019 Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2020 Kamen Rider World Kamen Rider World 01 Kamen Rider World 02: The Legend of The Strongest Hero, Henshin! Toei Studio Park Kamen Rider Chushingura Kamen Rider Den-O: Clash!

Den-O VS Nobunaga Special Shows Kamen Rider Hibiki: Special Show Kamen Rider Kabuto: Special Show Kamen Rider Gaim: Special Show Kamen Rider Drive: Special Show Kamen Rider Build: Special Show Kamen Rider Zi-O: Special Show Kamen Rider Zero-One: Special Show Others Kamen Rider X Show (Korakuen) It's New Year! Six Riders Assemble Kamen Rider ZO Show (Hanshin Park) Kamen Rider: A Combatman's Diary Ultimate Real Battle: Hero Strongest Retsuden Kamen Rider Faiz vs Legend Warriors Kamen Rider Battle Stage: Faiz vs Delta Kamen Rider 555 Stage: Kyuukyoku Battle Kamen Rider Chou Kessen Kamen Rider Premier Stage Show The Large Cosmic War is Here! Hero Saga Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight - 2WORLD 1HEARTS Heisei Kamen Rider Novels Kamen Rider Kabuto Kamen Rider W: The One Who Continues After Z Kamen Rider OOO Kamen Rider 555 Kamen Rider Agito Kamen Rider Blade Kamen Rider Kiva Kamen Rider Decade: The World of Tsukasa Kadoya The Garden Inside the Lens Kamen Rider Hibiki Kamen Rider Kuuga Kamen Rider Den-O: The Demon Dog of Tokyo World Tower Kamen Rider Ryuki Kamen Rider Fourze: Ama High Graduation Kamen Rider Wizard Kamen Rider Gaim Kamen Rider Drive: Mach Saga Kamen Rider Ghost: Memories of the Future Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: Mighty Novel X Kamen Rider Gaim Gaiden: Kamen Rider Zangetsu Kamen Rider Build (novel) Manga Notes: Due to various reason, many of past Kamen Rider manga were unable to find easily on internet such as lisenced monthly/weekly magazine published manga, short promotional manga, 4-koma comic and non-Japanese comic. This wiki recommands users from all over the world to contribute or provide any information of these manga, better with at least one picture of them. Manga by original authors Kamen Rider Kamen Rider Amazon Storyboard Manga Kamen Rider Have you ever seen the Kamen Rider? Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker Kamen Rider Battle Retsuden: Ganbaride Raita Ganbaride Battle: Ride Masters I, Will Become a Kamen Rider! Kamen Rider Kuuga (manga) Futo Detective Tanzaburo Tojima? Wants To Be A Kamen Rider Kamen Rider 913 Derivative products Household games LSI electronic game TV Power Transformation! Kamen Rider Black LSI Game Kamen Rider Black: Final Rider Kick Bandai Pocket Club P-1 Kamen Rider Black RX: Let's Go! Crisis Empire Bandai Pocket Club P-1 Mini Kamen Rider Black: Fight RX! Bandai Pocket Club P-1 Wide SD Kamen Rider: Full Force Rider Battle Bandai Pocket Club P-1 Mini Kamen Rider SD Destruction!

GranShocker Compatible Hero series The Great Battle Initial works SD Hero Soukessen: Taose! Aku no Gundan Great Battle Cyber Main series SD The Great Battle The Great Battle II Last Fighter Twin The Great Battle III The Great Battle IV The Great Battle V The Great Battle VI The Great Battle Pocket Great Battle Fullblast Gaiden work Iron Ball Fight! The Great Battle Gaiden The Great Battle Gaiden 2: Festival is Wasshoi Derivative works Battle Crusher Battle Pinball Super Iron Ball Fight Do Your Best!

Our Champion Heroes Compatible Sports series Battle Dodgeball: Battle Ball Collision Battle Dodgeball Battle Dodgeball II Battle Dodgeball 3 Battle Soccer: Field no Hasha Battle Soccer 2 SD Battle Great Sumo Tournament: Heisei Hero Venue Versus Hero: Road to the Fighting King Battle Baseball Battle Racers Charinko Hero RPG & Simulation RPG works Hero Warfare: Project Olympus Gaia Saver Super Hero Operations: Diedal's Ambition Lost Heroes Lost Heroes 2 Super Hero Generation Other game works Tokusatsu Action Adventure: Superhero Theater Heroes' VS Super Pachinko Taisen (Super Nintendo) Super Pachinko Taisen (GameBoy) Related game works Kamen Rider Black: Taiketsu Shadow Moon Kamen Rider Club Kamen Rider Club: Crash Shocker Land Kamen Rider Club: Battle Racer Kamen Rider SD Kamen Rider SD: Sortie!! Rider Machines Kamen Rider SD: Run! Mighty Riders Kamen Rider SD: The Ambition of Gran Shocker Kamen Rider: Shocker Army Kamen Rider ZO Kamen Rider Strategy File Kamen Rider Strategy File 1 Kamen Rider Strategy File 1 RN Kamen Rider Strategy File 2 RN Chogokin Selection Battle Formation Azito Series Azito 2 Azito 3 Don Oke Character Quiz!

Tokusatsu Hero Part 1 Combat Pachislot Winning Strategy Combat Pachislot Winning Strategy! Super Tokusatsu Taisen 2001 Kamen Rider Kamen Rider V3 Kamen Rider Kuuga Kamen Rider: The Bike Race Kamen Rider Agito Kids Station: Kamen Rider Heroes Kamen Rider Ryuki Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu Kamen Rider 555 CR Kamen Rider Kamen Rider Blade Kamen Rider Hibiki Kamen Rider Kabuto Pachinko Kamen Rider: Shocker's Great Annihilation Strategy Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes W Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes OOO Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes Fourze Kamen Rider: Super Climax Heroes Kamen Rider Dragon Knight Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Card Battle War All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation 2 Kamen Rider: Battride War Kamen Rider: Battride War II Kamen Rider: Battride War Genesis Kamen Rider Travelers Record Kamen Rider Summonride Kamen Rider Ghost: Game de Kaigan!! Machine Kivaa Kamen Rider Kiva: Exceed Time Battle Kamen Rider Kiva: Darkness Card Fight Kamen Rider Den-O: Climax Jump Kamen Rider Den-O: Den-O Catcher Kamen Rider Den-O: Running Den-O!

Den-O Belt Kamen Rider RPG Kamen Rider Carddass Battle Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Mobile Kamen Rider Gashapon Escape Game × Kamen Rider Escape Game × Kamen Rider Fourze Escape Game × Kamen Rider Wizard Kamen Rider Mahjong Battle Social games Kamen Rider Wars Kamen Rider Wars EXBoost Kamen Rider Legend Kamen Rider Riderbout Kamen Rider Batton-Line Kamen Rider Storm Heroes Kamen Rider Transcend Heroes Kamen Rider Megaton Smash Kamen Rider Atsume Kamen Rider City Wars Trading card related Kamen Rider Snack Rangers Strike Superhero Front: Scramble Duel Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing Kamen Rider ARcarddass Kamen Rider Break Joker Kamen Rider Buttobasoul Pachinko / Pachislot Pachinko (by Kyoryaku) CR Pachinko Kamen Rider CR Pachinko Kamen Rider: Shocker's Great Annihilation Strategy CR Pachinko Kamen Rider MAX Edition CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Light Version CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Gold Version CR Pachinko Kamen Rider: Full Throttle Pachislot (by Sammy) Kamen Rider V3 Kamen Rider Triple Rider Kamen Rider DX Run! Super Bike Version Kamen Rider DX Turn! Henshin Belt Version Toy planning / other Kamen Rider SD Ka to Senshi Kamen Rider Henshin Belt Reprint Hall "Kamen Cider" (Dido Drinko) Magazine expansions Kodansha (Only Kamen Rider Hibiki in 2005, credits, note that there is no publication of Kamen Rider BLACK in 1987) TV Magazine First issue of 1971 (December issue) - January 1976, October 1979 - October 1981, July 1982 - 1984 February issue, February 1989 - 10 Month number, January 2000 issue - Currently, non credit after 2006 Fun Kindergarten (May 1971 - January 1976, November 1979 - October 1981, 1982 - 1984 February issue, 1988 November issue - October 1989, 2000 February issue - present) Friends (First issue of 1972 - November 1979 issue - October 1981, 1988 November issue - October 1989, March 2000 issue - present) Tokuma Shoten TV Land (1973 - January 1976, October 1979 - October 1981, July 1982 - 1984 February issue, October 1987 - October 1989) Shogakukan (Only credit for "Masked Rider Hibiki" in 2005) Televi-Kun (October 1987 - October 1989, February 2000 - Currently, non credit since 2006) Learning magazine by elementary school of Shogakkan (1987 - 1989, 2000 - present) Kindergarten Meowing Weekly Shonen Sunday (serialized a manga version of Kamen Rider Black from 1987 to 1988) Akita Shoten Adventure King (1971 - October 1981, July 1982 - April 1983) TV Anime Magazine (May 1983 - August issue, February 1984) Books Motifs Main article: Kamen Rider Motifs The most commonly seen theme in the Showa era was the grasshopper, a symbol that early Kamen Riders have become synonymous with. The Heisei era, however, explored other insects and sometimes even more extreme motifs such as other animals, the Greek alphabet, Card suits, musical instruments and vehicles. Homages and parodies Main article: List of references to Kamen Rider in popular culture The Kamen Rider franchise has been parodied in various productions, both in and outside of Japan.

One of the main trademarks being parodied is the Kamen Rider henshin pose. In video games, Skullomania (from Street Fighter) and May Lee (from King of Fighters) are some examples of Kamen Rider parodies, as well as Viewtiful Joe.

In anime, various aspects of Kamen Rider are noticeable. Examples range from Tokyo Pig to My-HiME and its sequel My Otome to Crayon Shin-chan to Dragonball Z to Bleach to Franken Fran; either being used as a comical parody or homage. In live action, known parodies of the Kamen Rider series include "Kamen Renaider" (by SMAP's Takuya Kimura and Shingo Katori), which is a parody skit of Ryuki, "Kamen Zaiber" a parody of the original; "Kamen Norida" by the Tunnels, a parody of Kamen Rider 1 and the first series; "Kamen Rider HG" Hard Gay's parody of the original for a Japanese TV show; and "Ridermen", a short skit of a man who obvious parody of the Riderman on the set of Kamen Rider Kuuga. Akimasa Nakamura named two minor planets in honor of the series: 12408 Fujioka, after actor Hiroshi Fujioka, known for his portrayal of Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider 1, and 12796 Kamenrider, after the series, itself. Notes Some series of the franchise have something in common, the monster.

In Kamen Rider, Amazon, Black, Kuuga, Ryuki and Hibiki, the every first episode's monsters are based on spiders, or have the ability to drop webs. Something in common between the Heisei Riders is that in every movie (since Ryuki to Kabuto) were pre-submitted the Final Forms of Riders.

Starting the Neo Heisei period, these "pre-shows" started on December's crossovers, and the forms are shown to be the Super Forms (except Fourze, Gaim, and Drive). Kamen Rider Series on Wikipedia. Kamen Rider Series on the Japanese Wikipedia. "Special filming" is a Japanese term for live action film or television drama that makes heavy use of special effects. Tokusatsu entertainment often deals with science fiction, fantasy or horror, but films and television shows in other genres can sometimes count as tokusatsu as well.

The most popular types of tokusatsu include kaiju monster films such as the Godzilla and Gamera film series; superhero TV serials such as the Kamen Rider and Metal Hero series; and mecha dramas like Giant Robo and Super Robot Red Baron. Some tokusatsu television programs combine several of these subgenres, for example the Ultraman and Super Sentai series. Tokusatsu is one of the most popular forms of Japanese entertainment, but despite the popularity of films and television programs based on tokusatsu properties such as Godzilla or Super Sentai, only a small proportion of tokusatsu films and television programs are widely known outside and inside Asia. Contents 1 History 2 Techniques 2.1 Suitmation technology 3 Franchises and productions 3.1 Kaiju 3.2 Kaijin 3.3 Popular franchises 3.4 Tokusatsu movies 4 Similar productions 4.1 Non-traditional tokusatsu productions 4.2 Japanese fan films 5 Outside of Japan 5.1 Adaptations 5.2 Original productions 5.3 Influence 5.4 Homage and parody 6 References 7 Further reading History[edit] Tokusatsu has origins in early Japanese theater, specifically in kabuki (with its action- and fight-scenes) and in bunraku, which utilized some of the earliest forms of special effects, specifically puppetry. Modern tokusatsu, however, did not begin to take shape until the early 1950s, [citation needed] with the conceptual and creative birth of Godzilla, one of the most famous monsters (kaiju) of all time.

The special-effects artist Eiji Tsuburaya and the director Ishiro Honda became the driving forces behind 1954's Godzilla. Tsuburaya, inspired by the American film King Kong, formulated many of the techniques that would become staples of the genre, such as so-called suitmation-the use of a human actor in a costume to play a giant monster-combined with the use of miniatures and scaled-down city sets.

Godzilla forever changed the landscape of Japanese science fiction, fantasy, and cinema by creating a uniquely Japanese vision in a genre typically dominated by American cinema. [1] In 1954, Godzilla kickstarted the kaiju genre in Japan called the "Monster Boom", which remained extremely popular for several decades, with characters such as the aforementioned Godzilla, Gamera and King Ghidorah leading the market.

[2] However, in 1957 Shintoho produced the first film serial featuring the superhero character Super Giant, signaling a shift in popularity that favored masked heroes over giant monsters called the "Henshin Boom" started by Kamen Rider. Along with the anime Astro Boy, the Super Giant serials had a profound effect on the world of tokusatsu. The following year, Moonlight Mask premiered, the first of numerous televised superhero dramas that would make up one of the most popular tokusatsu subgenres. [3] Created by Kohan Kawauchi, he followed-up its success with the tokusatsu superhero shows Seven Color Mask (1959) and Messenger of Allah (1960), both starring a young Sonny Chiba. These original productions preceded the first color-television tokusatsu series, Ambassador Magma and Ultraman, which heralded the Kyodai Hero genre, wherein a regular-sized protagonist grows to larger proportions to fight equally large monsters.

[4] Popular tokusatsu superhero shows in the 1970s included Kamen Rider (1971), Warrior of Love Rainbowman (1972), Super Sentai (1975) and Spider-Man (1978). Techniques[edit] Suitmation technology[edit] Main article: Suitmation Suitmation???????? Sutsumeshon in Japanese identifies the process in tokusatsu movies and television programs used to portray a monster using suit acting. The exact origin of the term remains unknown.

At the least, it was used to promote the Godzilla suit from The Return of Godzilla. [citation needed] Franchises and productions[edit] The many productions of tokusatsu series have general themes common throughout different groups. Kaiju[edit] Main article: Kaiju Kaiju??

Kaiju, literally "mysterious beast" productions primarily feature monsters, or giant monsters??? Such series include Ultra Q, the Godzilla film series, the Gamera series, the Daimajin series, and films such as Mothra, War of the Gargantuas, and The X from Outer Space???????? Literally "mysterious person" productions primarily feature supervillains as their central character. This includes films such as The Secret of the Telegian, The Human Vapor, The H-Man, Half Human, and Tomei Ningen. Popular franchises[edit] Protagonists of the popular tokusatsu franchises mostly of the late 1970s (from back to front, left to right): Ultraman Jonias (Ultra Series), Battle Fever J (Super Sentai), Kamen Rider Stronger and Kamen Rider V3 (Kamen Rider Series), and Spider-Man.

The photo also features anime character Doraemon on the far left. Since about 1960, several long-running television-series have combined various other themes.

Tsuburaya Productions has had the Ultra Series starting with Ultra Q and Ultraman in 1966. P Productions began their foray into tokusatsu in 1966 with the series Ambassador Magma. They also had involvement in the Lion-Maru series which concluded in November 2006. Toei Company has several series that fall under their Toei Superheroes category of programming, starting in 1958 with the film series, Moonlight Mask. Then, they produced several other long running series, starting with Shotaro Ishinomori's Kamen Rider Series in 1971, the Super Sentai series in 1975, the Metal Hero Series in 1982, and the Toei Fushigi Comedy Series in 1981.

Toei also produced several other television series based on Ishinomori's works, including Android Kikaider and Kikaider 01, Robot Detective, Inazuman and Inazuman Flash, and Kaiketsu Zubat. Toei was also involved in the Spider-Man television series, which influenced their subsequent Super Sentai series. In 2003, TV Asahi began broadcasting the Super Sentai and Kamen Rider series in a one-hour block airing each week known as Super Hero Time.

Toho, the creators of Godzilla, also had their hands in creating the Chouseishin Series of programs from 2003 to 2006 and the Zone Fighter franchise. In 2006, Keita Amemiya's Garo, a mature late-night tokusatsu drama was released, starting a franchise composed of several television series and films.

Other mature late-night series followed, including a revival of Lion-Maru in Lion-Maru G, the Daimajin Kanon television series (based on the Daimajin film series), and Shougeki Gouraigan!! Tokusatsu movies[edit] Various movies classified as tokusatsu actually work like generalized science fiction films.

These include Warning from Space????????? Uchujin Tokyo ni arawaru, Spacemen Appear in Tokyo (1956), Invasion of the Neptune Men????? Uchu Kaisokusen, High Speed Spaceship, The Green Slime????? Ganma daisan go: uchu daisakusen, Ganma 3 Space Mission, The Birth of Japan???? Nippon Tanjo, The Last War?????

Sekai daisenso, Great World War, Japan Sinks???? Nihon Chinbotsu, Japan Sinks, Virus???? Fukkatsu no Hi, Day of Resurrection, Sayonara Jupiter????????? Sayonara Jupita, The War in Space?????

Wakusei Daisenso, War of the Planets, and Sengoku Jieitai 1549????? Similar productions[edit] Non-traditional tokusatsu productions[edit] Non-traditional tokusatsu films and television programs may not use conventional special effects or may not star human actors. Though suitmation typifies tokusatsu, some productions may use stop-motion to animate their monsters instead, for example Majin Hunter Mitsurugi in 1973.

TV shows may use traditional tokusatsu techniques, but are cast with puppets or marionettes: Uchuusen Silica (1960); Ginga Shonen Tai (1963); Kuchuu Toshi 008 (1969); and Go Nagai's X Bomber (1980). Some tokusatsu may employ animation in addition to its live-action components: Tsuburaya Productions' Dinosaur Expedition Team Bornfree (1976), Dinosaur War Aizenborg (1977) and Pro-Wrestling Star Aztekaiser (1976). Japanese fan films[edit] Hideaki Anno, Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, Takami Akai, and Shinji Higuchi set up a fan-based group called Daicon Film, which they renamed Gainax in 1985 and turned into an animation studio. Besides anime sequences, they also produced a series of tokusatsu shorts parodying monster movies and superhero shows. These productions include Swift Hero Noutenki (1982), Patriotic Squadron Dai-Nippon (1983), Return of Ultraman (1983) and The Eight-Headed Giant Serpent Strikes Back (1985).

Outside of Japan[edit] Tokusatsu techniques have spread outside Japan due to the popularity of the Godzilla films. Adaptations[edit] Godzilla, King of the Monsters! First appeared in English in 1956.

Rather than a simple dub of the Japanese-language original, this work represented an entirely re-edited version which restructured the plot to incorporate a new character played by a native English-speaking actor, Raymond Burr. Ultraman gained popularity when United Artists dubbed it for American audiences in the 1960s. In the 1990s, Haim Saban acquired the distribution rights for the Super Sentai series from Toei Company and combined the original Japanese action footage with new footage featuring American actors, resulting in the Power Rangers franchise[5] which has continued since then into sequel TV series (with Power Rangers Beast Morphers set to premiere in 2019[6]), comic books, [7] video games, and three feature films, with a further cinematic universe planned. [8] Following from the success of Power Rangers, Saban acquired the rights to more of Toei's library, creating VR Troopers and Big Bad Beetleborgs from several Metal Hero Series shows and Masked Rider from Kamen Rider Series footage.

DIC Entertainment joined this boom by acquiring the rights to Gridman the Hyper Agent and turning it into Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. In 2002, 4Kids Entertainment bought the rights to Ultraman Tiga, but simply produced a dub of the Japanese footage, broadcast on the Fox Box. And in 2009, Adness Entertainment took 2002's Kamen Rider Ryuki and turned it into Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight, which began broadcast on The CW4Kids in 2009. It won the first Daytime Emmy for "Outstanding Stunt Coordination" for its original scenes.

[9][10] Original productions[edit] In 1961 England-based film-makers produced the Godzilla-style film, Gorgo, which used the same suitmation technique as the Godzilla films. That same year, Saga Studios in Denmark made another Godzilla-style giant monster film, Reptilicus, bringing its monster to life using a marionette on a miniature set. In 1967, South Korea produced its own monster movie titled Yonggary. In 1975, Shaw Brothers produced a superhero film called The Super Inframan, based on the huge success of Ultraman and Kamen Rider there. The film starred Danny Lee in the title role. Although there were several other similar superhero productions in Hong Kong, The Super Inframan came first. With help from Japanese special effects artists under Sadamasa Arikawa, they also produced a Japanese-styled monster movie, The Mighty Peking Man, in 1977. Concurrent with their work on Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad, DIC attempted an original concept based on the popularity of Power Rangers in 1994's Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills. In 1998, video from an attempted Power Rangers-styled adaptation of Sailor Moon surfaced, combining original footage of American actresses with original animated sequences. Saban also attempted at making their own unique tokusatsu series entitled Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog, set in medieval Ireland and featured four, later five knights who transform using the power of the elements (for the most part) at they protected their kingdom from evil. Saban had also produced the live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, which was known in the turtles fandom for introducing a female turtle exclusive to that series called Venus de Milo and eliminating the fact that the other turtles were brothers. The show primarily featured actors in costumes most of the time, but featured similar choreographed fights like other tokusatsu shows. In the 2000s, production companies in other East Asian countries began producing their own original tokusatsu-inspired television series: Thailand's Sport Ranger and South Korea's Erexion in 2006; the Philippines' Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (itself a sanctioned spinoff of Toei's Space Sheriff Shaider) in 2007;[11] China's Armor Hero Chinese:????

Pinyin: Kai Jia Yong Shì in 2009, Giant Saver Chinese:????? Pinyin: Jùshén zhàn jí duì in 2013, Metal Kaiser Chinese:????? Pinyin: Wu Lóng Qí Jiàn Shì; and Indonesia's Bima Satria Garuda which began in 2013.

[12][13] On July the 1st, 2019, Vietnam's Transform Studio co-operating with Dive Into Eden announced their own original tokusatsu series, Mighty Guardian Vietnamese: Chi? The first season in the series is Mighty Guardian: Lost Avian Vietnamese: Chi?

Ng, using Vietnamese Mythologies as the main concept. [14][15][16][17] Influence[edit] Kaiju and tokusatsu films, notably Warning from Space (1956), sparked Stanley Kubrick's interest in science fiction films and influenced 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). According to his biographer John Baxter, despite their clumsy model sequences, the films were often well-photographed in colour... And their dismal dialogue was delivered in well-designed and well-lit sets.

[18] Steven Spielberg cited Godzilla as an inspiration for Jurassic Park (1993), specifically Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956), which he grew up watching.

[19] During its production, Spielberg described Godzilla as the most masterful of all the dinosaur movies because it made you believe it was really happening. [20] Godzilla also influenced the Spielberg film Jaws (1975). [21][22] Japanese tokusatsu movies also influenced one of the first video games, Spacewar!

(1961), inspiring its science fiction theme. According to the game's programmer Martin Graetz, "we would be off to one of Boston's seedier cinemas to view the latest trash from Toho" as Japanese studios churned out a steady diet of cinematic junk food of which Rodan and Godzilla are only the best-known examples.

[23] Homage and parody[edit] In 2001, Buki X-1 Productions, a French fan-based production company, produced its own series, Jushi Sentai France Five (now called Shin Kenjushi France Five), a tribute to Toei's long running Super Sentai series. The low-budget television series Kaiju Big Battel directly parodies monster and Kyodai Hero films and series by immersing their own costumed characters in professional wrestling matches among cardboard buildings. In 2006, Mighty Moshin' Emo Rangers premiered on the internet as a Power Rangers spoof, but was quickly picked up by MTV UK for broadcast.

[24] In 2006, Insector Sun, a low-budget tribute to Kamen Rider was produced by Brazilian fans. Peyton Reed, the director of the Ant-Man films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, said that Ant-Man's costume design was influenced by two tokusatsu superheroes, Ultraman and Inframan. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Religion & Spirituality\Judaism\Images". The seller is "judaica-bookstore" and is located in this country: IL. This item can be shipped worldwide.


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