Kamen Rider 1971 Episodes

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Kamen Rider 1971-1973 (仮面ライダー 1971-1973) is a novel adaptation of Kamen Rider.
It was written by Masaki Wachi.
The first two chapters were written in 2002 and 2003 with the last chapter was in 2009.
Hayato Ichimonji is a Peruvian-Japanese.
V3, Riderman, X, Amazon, Stronger, Skyrider, Super-1, ZX and Black RX never exists in this novel's timeline.
Instead, there are versions of Hongo's battle suits that has abilities similar to them in this novel.
The last chapter mentioned that Hongo is still fighting with Shocker in 2009 but riding the Cyclone #13.
Destron monsters are animal cyborgs that held a weapon instead of hybrid.
is a superior organization of Shocker.
Black Satan members are all female.
It is originated from Shocker's Sprout (芽,Me) and Young Girl Association Cherry Blossom (少女結社サクラ,Shōjo Kessha Sakura) cover name.
Ryusaku Kanbara.
Yosuke Nishihara.
Takumi Midorikawa.
Genyu Midorikawa.
Poison Man Spider.
This novel was considered an unfinished work before the 2009 epilogue published.
Kamen Rider (Japanese: 仮面ライダー, Hepburn: Kamen Raidā, lit.'
Masked Rider') is a tokusatsusuperhero television series and weekly science fictionmanga created by manga artistShotaro Ishinomori.
The original airing consisted of a total of 98 episodes and were broadcast from April 3, 1971 to February 10, 1973 on Mainichi Broadcasting System and NET (now TV Asahi).
The manga adaptation was also featured in Shōnen Magazine around the same period.
The series has evolved into a franchise with many subsequent annual iterations.
The series takes place in a world plagued by Shocker, a mysterious worldwide terrorist organization formed by remaining members of the Nazis.
To further its plans for world domination, Shocker recruited its agents through kidnapping, turning their victims into mutantcyborgs and, ultimately, brainwashing them.
However, one victim named Takeshi Hongo escaped just before the final brainwashing.
With his sanity and moral conscience intact, Takeshi wages a one-man war against Shocker's minions as the grasshopper-themed cyborg (改造人間, kaizō ningen)superhero Kamen Rider.
Another victim of the cyborg process, freelance photographer Hayato Ichimonji, became Kamen Rider 2 after Kamen Rider, who eventually renamed himself "Kamen Rider 1", saved him from Shocker's brainwashing.
Assisted by motorcycle race team manager Tobei Tachibana and FBI agent Kazuya Taki, the Kamen Riders fought in both solo and partnered missions against Shocker and its replacement organization, Gel Shocker.
Many manga based on the original Kamen Rider series have been published, but only one was penned and drawn by Ishinomori himself.
Ishinomori was also the author of one chapter of the Kamen Rider Amazon manga and the entire Kamen Rider Black manga.
  • Shocker

  • Allies[edit]

However, those manga were based on sequels to Kamen Rider, rather than the original series.

The original manga, published in 1971, initially follows a path resembling the first few episodes of the TV series, from basic plot to creature designs.

However, when Takeshi leaves the story, the series diverge greatly. In the TV show, Takeshi travels abroad to fight Shocker in other countries, leaving Japan's protection to Hayato Ichimonji, a freelance cameraman who was experimented on by Shocker but saved by Takeshi, becoming the second Kamen Rider.
In the manga, Takeshi never left Japan.
He was confronted by twelve "Shocker Riders" and was subsequently mortally wounded during his battle against them.
Hayato Ichimonji, one of the twelve Shocker Riders, receives a head injury during the fight and regains his conscience as a result.
He then turns against Shocker and takes Takeshi's role as Kamen Rider.
In spite of the damage to his body, Takeshi's brain survives and guides Hayato, the two fighting as one.
Takeshi eventually returns as a Rider in both stories, but starting with Hayato's debut, villains and even basic story development greatly diverge between the two versions.
The manga portrays a seemingly hopeless battle against Shocker, an organization with ties to governmental conspiracies that seems much bigger than either of the two Riders.
The live action TV shows portray the Riders as heroes strong enough to bring down Shocker, only to see it replaced by similar organizations led by Shocker's mysterious leader.
The Shocker Riders eventually appear in the TV series, too, but they looked different and had different abilities.
There were also only six Shocker Riders, rather than the manga's 12.
In February 2021, Seven Seas Entertainment announced they licensed the original manga for publication in one omnibus edition.[1].
Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider 1 (本郷 猛/仮面ライダー1号, Hongō Takeshi/Kamen Raidā Ichigō, 1-13, 40, 41, 49 & 51-98): The first main protagonist.
A biochemistry lab student at Jonan University who also races motorcycles as part of the Tachibana Racing Club.
Hayato Ichimonji/Kamen Rider 2 (一文字 隼人/仮面ライダー2号, Ichimonji Hayato/Kamen Raidā Nigō, 14-52, 72, 73, 93, 94 & 98): The other main protagonist.
A freelance photographer who becomes the second Kamen Rider after Takeshi saves him from Shocker.

Tobei Tachibana (立花 藤兵衛, Tachibana Tōbee): Takeshi's racing mentor and confidant.

Episode list[edit]

He is often called "Boss" by other members of his racing club. He runs a small café named Snack Amigo where Hongo and other members of Tachibana's racing club gather in early episodes, and its employees occasionally assist Hongo in countering Shocker's plans.