Kamen Rider Dragon Knight Game

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Lets Ride (intrumental)ANOTHER WORLD (Japanese dub). Sneak Peek:December 13, 2008Broadcast:January 3, 2009. Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight is a American superhero drama television series co-developed by Adness Entertainment and Toei Company, serving as an adaptation of Kamen Rider Ryuki, the twelfth installment of the Kamen Rider Series. The show began airing in the United States on The CW Television Network during its The CW4Kids programming block, but was ultimately canceled by the network before the two final episodes aired. The remainder of the series was uploaded to the 4KidsTV website until the site's shutdown. In 2010, the show won the Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Stunt Coordination", a new category that was introduced to the Daytime Emmys that year. In July 2006, producer Aki Komine received special permission from Toei to develop a pilot for an American adaptation of Kamen Rider, who was pleased with the results and granted them the right to adapt one installment from the franchise. Komine brought on long-time Rider fans Steve and Michael Wang to be show-runners, who chose to adapt Ryuki due to the large number of Riders s (Ryuki had 13 Riders in total) as well as a female Rider. The Wang brothers hired their long-time friend Nathan Long to help them create their adaptation in a similar vein as Power Rangers, splicing together costumed Japanese footage along with their own original footage of suits and American actors. For foreign markets, Toei had originally marketed the series as Masked Rider until the release of Kamen Rider W. Wang had insisted on keeping the moniker Kamen instead, stating "Growing up, I never watched ‘Masked Rider’… it was always KAMEN RIDER and seeing it called ‘Masked’ always felt strange. I’m just not a fan of using descriptions to name a character such as ‘Masked’. That’s like calling Darth Vader 'Armored Sith Lord'. It’s silly to me." The decision was also made to distance themselves from Saban's Masked Rider, which was a commercial failure. In the early licensing information for the series, Adness Entertainment had intended to also film a feature-length movie for Dragon Knight. In an interview, Steve Wang stated that they had written a story for a film, but Adness was raising money to bring over another Kamen Rider for broadcast in the US rather than a film or a second season of Dragon Knight. To date, there have been no updates regarding the film or second adaptation, though Adness may or may not still retain the rights due to having not used them for over two years. There appear to be no current plans to release Dragon Knight on domestic DVD within the United States itself, though it has seen international release, as detailed elsewhere in this article. This includes a release in Japan by Toei, the company which holds the rights to Kamen Rider in Japan. On the other side of the mirror exists the parallel dimension of Ventara, where warriors known as the Kamen Riders fight againist the evil warlord Xaviax with their Advent Decks. In a war that resulted in all the Riders being wiped out, its lone survivor Len follows Xaviax to Earth, where the general tricks ordinary citizens into becoming new Kamen Riders to carry out his evil plans. While investigating the mysterious disappearance of his missing father, Kit Taylor finds an Adveck Deck and becomes Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, joining forces with Len, Kamen Rider Wing Knight to defeat the ten corrupt yet midguided Riders sent to attack them by Xaviax. They fight not only to save Earth from being destroyed by Xaviax, but also to find Kit's missing father and take back the home they hold dear. Mirror Monsters. A pilot episode of Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight filmed in 2006 featuring Matt Smith in the lead role of Kit Taylor and Kandis Erickson as Maya Young was produced and was later leaked online before being taken down in December 2008. Kit Taylor, Adam: Stephen Lunsford. Len: Matt Mullins. Maya Young: Aria Alistar. Xaviax: William O'Leary. Lacey Sheridan: Marisa Lauren. Trent Moseley: Taylor Emerson. Michelle Walsh: Kathy Christopherson. Kase: Carrie Reichenbach. Richie Preston, Ian: Tony Moras. Drew Lansing, Chance: Christopher Foley. Grant Staley, Van: Christopher Babers. James Trademore, Pryce: Scott Bailey. Brad Barrett, Cameron: Keith Stone. Chris Ramirez, Quinn: Michael Cardelle. Danny Cho, Hunt: Mike Moh. Albert Cho, Chase: Tony Sano. Vic Frasier, Nolan: Mark Cameron Wystrach. Frank Taylor: Jeff Davis. Detective Grimes: James Patterson. Agent Phillips: Jamison Jones. Eubulon: Mark Dacascos. Sara: Camila Greenberg. Kit's foster mom: Kathleen Gati. Grace Kiefer: Victoria Jackson. Grant's Master: T. Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, Kamen Rider Strike: Tadahiro Nakamura. Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, Kamen Rider Wing Knight, Kamen Rider Strike, Gelnewts: Hiroshi Maeda. Kamen Rider Wing Knight: Mark Musashi, Chris Brewster, Akihiro Haga. Kamen Rider Wing Knight, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight (Blank Knight): Aaron Toney. Kamen Rider Wing Knight, Gelnewts: Reuben Langdon. Kamen Rider Wing Knight, Kamen Rider Torque, Zebraskulls, Gelnewts: Che Illam. Kamen Rider Sting, Kamen Rider Axe, Kamen Rider Siren, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight, Kamen Rider Onyx, Gelnewts: Hideki Sugiguchi. Kamen Rider Siren: Nicole Randall. Matt Mullins' Stunt Double: Paul Lacovara. Aria Alistar's Stunt Double, Carrie Reichenbach's Stunt Double: Linda Jewel. Motocross Stunts: Mark Schaefer. Other Stunts: T.J. Storm, Sonny Sison, Erik Betts, Danny Wayne Stallcup. Kandis Erickson's Stunt Double (pilot): Dorenda Moore. The show's opening theme song is "Let's Ride", performed by Cage9. An instrumental version is used for its ending theme. On TV Asahi affiliate broadcasts of the Japanese-dubbed Dragon Knight, the song "DIVE INTO THE MIRROR" by defspiral, is used as the opening theme. The song "ANOTHER WORLD", sung by Tatsuhisa Suzuki and Satoshi Matsuda under the pseudonym "Kit×Len", was used as the ending theme. Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight premiered on the CW during its CW4Kids programming block in the United States on January 3, 2009. In Brazil, Dragon Knight was shown on Rede Globo during its TV Globinho programming block, and later Cartoon Network until it returned to TV Globinho. Dragon Knight aired in Mexico on Televisa, and in Venezuela on Venevisión. Dragon Knight ran in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein on RTL II, but only for 17 episodes due to low ratings. An Indonesian-dubbed version of Dragon Knight aired on Indonesia's free-to-air TV channel Indosiar. In Australia, Dragon Knight airs on the free-to-air channel GO! There are currently plans to air the series in Colombia on Caracol TV, in Italy on Mediaset, in Latin America on Cartoon Network, and on other Cartoon Network affiliates in Southeast Asia, the Philippines, India, Pakistan. Dragon Knight was also broadcast in Japan on Toei's satellite subscription channel Toei Channel in the fall of 2009 as part of the Heisei Kamen Rider series 10th Anniversary project. A Japanese dub of the series aired on TV Asahi in 2010. Voice actors brought onto the project include Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Kit/Kamen Rider Dragon Knight and Takahiro Sakurai as Danny Cho/Kamen Rider Axe. Previous actors from the franchise who lent their voices to the Japanese dub include: . Satoshi Matsuda (Ren Akiyama/Kamen Rider Knight in Ryuki) as Len/Kamen Rider Wing Knight. Yuria Haga (Mari Sonoda in 555 and Mio Suzuki in Kiva) as Maya Young. Kōji Yusa (Urataros in Den-O) as Drew Lansing/Kamen Rider Torque. Hiroki Takahashi (Eve in Cho Den-O Episode Yellow) as Richie Preston/Kamen Rider Incisor. Hiroshi Kamiya (the Ghost Imagin in Saraba Den-O: Final Countdown) as Chris Ramirez/Kamen Rider Sting. Tomokazu Sugita (Kivat-Bat the 3rd in Kiva) as JTC/Kamen Rider Strike.