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Motoi Sasaki (TV Asahi). Ayumi Kanno (TV Asahi). Takahito Ōmori (Toei). Kamen Rider Ex-Aid (仮面ライダーエグゼイド, Kamen Raidā Eguzeido)[citation needed] is a Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series. It is the eighteenth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-seventh series overall. Toei registered the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid trademark on June 13, 2016.[3] The show premiered on October 2, 2016, one week after the finale of Kamen Rider Ghost, joining Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger and later, Uchu Sentai Kyuranger in the Super Hero Time line-up.[4]. Emu Hojo is an intern in the Pediatrics Department at Seito University Hospital and a genius video gamer who goes by the alias "M". Emu was inspired to practice medicine after a doctor, the future minister of health Kyotaro Hinata saved his life from an illness when he was a child. Kyotaro also gave him a WonderSwan handheld video game console as a reward that ignited Emu's interest in video games.

Recently, a video game company known as the Genm Corporation, or Genm Corp. for short, has become aware of the existence of the Bugsters, a form of computer virus that spawns from their company's software bugs. Led by the mysterious Parad and his partner Graphite, the Bugsters manifest themselves in the physical world by infecting humans that play Genm Corp's video games at a cellular level. Once a Bugster fully manifests, the human host gradually fades away as a consequence from stress experienced by the host. Genm Corp counters the Bugster threat by developing the Gamer Driver belts and a series of transformation and summon type trinkets, the Rider Gashats, for doctors who underwent a special procedure to be allowed to use its powers. One of the chosen doctors is Emu himself, who transforms into Kamen Rider Ex-Aid to save his patients from the Bugster viruses. But Ex-Aid learns of other doctors who are also Riders besides himself: elite surgeon Hiiro Kagami/Kamen Rider Brave, the unlicensed "dark doctor" Taiga Hanaya/Kamen Rider Snipe, and coroner Kiriya Kujo/Kamen Rider Lazer, who can transform into a motorcycle form. Assisted by Poppy Pipopapo, a Bugster who joined their side under the name Asuna Karino, the four also face the opposition of the prototype Ex-Aid Kamen Rider Genm, eventually revealed to be Genm Corp's CEO Kuroto Dan. Revealing himself to be the creator of the Bugsters after deleting Kiriya, Kuroto has been using them and the Doctor Riders to create "The Ultimate Game", an AR MMO called "Kamen Rider Chronicle", where everyone is given the power to become a Kamen Rider known as a Ride-Player in a fight for survival. Kuroto reveals that he infected Emu with the Bugster virus years ago, making him patient zero of the current Bugster infection. The group is then joined by Nico Saiba, Emu's gaming rival known as "N" who becomes Taiga's assistant. Once being defeated for good by Emu, Kuroto is killed off by Parad who gained the ability to become Kamen Rider Para-DX as he completes Kamen Rider Chronicle with a revived Graphite and a briefly reprogramed Poppy, who becomes a Kamen Rider herself while Nico becomes a Ride-Player. Parad explains his intention to wipe out the human race with the game, revealing himself as Emu's Bugster counterpart while Poppy convinces a revived Kuroto to join the CR after reminding him of his mother whom she manifested from. Not long after, a new threat to both the Riders and Bugsters appeared in the form of the powerful Kamen Rider Cronus, revealed to be Kuroto's father Masamune Dan who is both the true mastermind of the first Zero Day and the "other" patient zero. Revealing his true colors once Kamen Rider Chronicle is completed, Masamune uses the game to further his own plan, such as mass-producing Kamen Rider Chronicle Gashats worldwide. Later on, Kiriya is revived as Kamen Rider Lazer Turbo. In the final story arc, the Riders learn that the only way to stop Kamen Rider Chronicle is by destroying the Bugster who serves as its final boss: Gamedeus. When the Riders developed a means to defeat Gamedeus, Cronus retaliates by absorbing the Bugster and transforms into the new final boss Kamen Rider Gamedeus Cronus. The Kamen Rider Ex-Aid trademark was registered by Toei on June 1, 2016.[5]. The show features Lupin the Third Part 4 chief script writer Yuya Takahashi serving as chief script writer on a Kamen Rider series for the first time.[1]TV Asahi producer Motoi Sasaki, who has produced various Kamen Rider shows as co-producer with a Toei producer in the past serves as chief producer for the first time. Takahito Ōmori, chief producer on Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger and Kamen Rider Drive also produced it.[4] The story and cast of this series was unveiled on at Press Conference on August 30, 2016.[6]. Given the show's video-game theme, each episode's title is written part in English, part in kanji, similar to that of most Japanese video game covers. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid made his debut as a cameo in Kamen Rider Ghost: The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fated Moment. A Movie War film, titled Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider (仮面ライダー平成ジェネレーションズ Dr.パックマン対エグゼイド&ゴーストwithレジェンドライダー, Kamen Raidā Heisei Jenerēshonzu Dokutā Pakkuman Tai Eguzeido Ando Gōsuto Wizu Rejendo Raidā), was released in Japan on December 10, 2016. The film features Kamen Rider Ex-Aid teaming up with Kamen Rider Ghost, Kamen Rider Drive, Kamen Rider Gaim, and Kamen Rider Wizard as they battle a virus based on Bandai Namco Entertainment's video game character, Pac-Man.[7][8][9] The professional wrestler Hiroshi Tanahashi was announced to be one of the main antagonists of the movie.[10] In addition, Shunya Shiraishi (Kamen Rider Wizard) and Ryoma Takeuchi (Kamen Rider Drive) reprised their roles in the film respectively. The events of the movie take place between Episodes 10 and 11. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid the Movie: True Ending (劇場版 仮面ライダーエグゼイド トゥルー・エンディング, Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Eguzeido Turū Endingu) was released in the Japanese theaters on August 5, 2017, double billed with the film for Uchu Sentai Kyuranger.[13] The events of the movie took place a few days after the main series' final episode.[14] It features the movie-exclusives Kamen Rider Fuma and his Ninja-Players, as well as the movie version of the series' final antagonist Gamedeus. The next titular character, Kamen Rider Build made his movie debut in True Ending before his chronological TV debut in Episode 44 of Ex-Aid. The movie is part of Toei's partnership with Sony to release a special Gamer Driver's color scheme of PlayStation VR for PlayStation 4. The PlayStation VR Movie was released on July 13, 2017.[15][16]. A Movie War film, titled Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Final: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Rider (仮面ライダー平成ジェネレーションズ FINAL ビルド&エグゼイドwithレジェンドライダー, Kamen Raidā Heisei Jenerēshonzu Fainaru Birudo Ando Eguzeido Wizu Rejendo Raidā) was announced to be released on December 9, 2017. Aside from the casts of Kamen Rider Build and Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Shu Watanabe and Ryosuke Miura (Kamen Rider OOO), Sota Fukushi (Kamen Rider Fourze), Gaku Sano (Kamen Rider Gaim), and Shun Nishime (Kamen Rider Ghost) reprised their respective roles. The events of the movie took place a week after the film Kamen Rider Ex-Aid the Movie: True Ending. The "Tricks" ([裏技], Urawaza) is a series of special episodes of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. Virtual Operations (ヴァーチャルオペレーションズ, Vācharu Operēshonzu) was a web-exclusive series distributed through Toei's official YouTube channel. It accompanied the airing of the main series' episode the day after it. Ex-Aid Chapter (エグゼイド編, Eguzeido-hen) takes place between Episodes 1 and 2. Snipe Chapter (スナイプ編, Sunaipu-hen) takes place between Episodes 3 and 4. Brave Chapter (ブレイブ編, Bureibu-hen) takes place between Episodes 4 and 5. Lazer Chapter (レーザー編, Rēzā-hen) takes place between Episodes 5 and 6. Genm Chapter (ゲンム編, Genmu-hen) takes place between Episodes 6 and 7. Kamen Rider Genm (仮面ライダーゲンム, Kamen Raidā Genmu) was a web-exclusive series released on Toei's official YouTube channel, but the final episode is exclusive to the DVD. It takes place immediately after the Heisei Generations movie, but before Episode 11. Legend Rider Stage (レジェンドライダー・ステージ, Rejendo Raidā Sutēji). Legend Gamer Stage (レジェンドゲーマー・ステージ, Rejendo Gēmā Sutēji). Final Legend Stage (ファイナルレジェンド・ステージ, Fainaru Rejendo Sutēji). Kamen Rider Brave: Survive! The Revived Beast Rider Squad (仮面ライダーブレイブ ~Surviveせよ!復活のビーストライダー・スクワッド~, Kamen Raidā Bureibu Sabaibu Seyo! Fukkatsu no Bīsuto Raidā Sukuwaddo) was a web-exclusive special episode released on Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club. The story focuses on Hirro Kagami, as he battles the "Beast Rider Squad," which consists of evil replicas of Tiger from Ryuki, Beast from Wizard, Dark Kiva from Kiva, and Sasword from Kabuto, led by serial killer Takeshi Asakura also known as Kamen Rider Ouja, played by Takashi Hagino from Kamen Rider Ryuki. It also marked the return of Foundation X from Kamen Rider W which hadn't made an appearance since Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Space, Here We Come! The events of the special episode take place between episodes 14 and 15.[17]. Kamen Rider Snipe: Episode Zero (仮面ライダースナイプ エピソードZERO, Kamen Raidā Sunaipu Episōdo Zero) is included as part of the Blu-ray releases of Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. It serves as a prequel to the main series and explores Taiga's backstory in greater detail, focusing specifically on the event that resulted in the loss of his medical license, ending his time with CR. Trigger of Destiny (運命のtrigger, Unmei no Torigā). Comrade Barrel (戦友にbarrel, Senyū ni Bareru). Broken Safety (壊れたsafety, Kowareta Sēfuti). Immortal Reload (不滅のreload, Fumetsu no Rirōdo). Kamen Rider Lazer (仮面ライダーレーザー, Kamen Raidā Rēzā) is Televi-Kun's "Hyper Battle DVD" (超(ハイパー)バトルDVD, Haipā Batoru Dī Bui Dī).

The events of the special episode take place between Episodes 32 and 33. Kamen Rider Para-DX (仮面ライダーパラドクス, Kamen Raidā Paradokusu) is Televi-Kun's "Hyper Battle DVD". It is connected to Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Trilogy: Another Ending. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Trilogy: Another Ending (仮面ライダーエグゼイド トリロジー アナザー・エンディング, Kamen Raidā Eguzeido Torirojī Anazā Endingu) is a set of three V-Cinema releases that serve as spin-offs of characters from the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid series. The events of the films take place two years after the film, Kamen Rider Heisei Generations Final: Build & Ex-Aid with Legend Rider. Kamen Rider Brave & Snipe (仮面ライダーブレイブ&スナイプ, Kamen Raidā Bureibu Ando Sunaipu) is a side story focusing on Hiiro Kagami and Taiga Hanaya. The V-Cinema came out on March 28, 2018. Kamen Rider Para-DX with Poppy (仮面ライダーパラドクスwithポッピー, Kamen Raidā Paradokusu Wizu Poppī) is a side story focusing on Parad and Poppy Pipopapo. The V-Cinema was released on April 11, 2018. Kamen Rider Genm vs. Lazer (仮面ライダーゲンムVSレーザー, Kamen Raidā Genmu Bāsasu Rēzā) is a side story focusing on Kuroto Dan and Kiriya Kujo. The V-Cinema was released on April 25, 2018. Kamen Rider Genms (仮面ライダーゲンムズ, Kamen Raidā Genmuzu) is a web-exclusive crossver series of Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club between Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and Zero-One, which mainly stars both Tetsuya Iwanaga and Nachi Sakuragi as their respective characters.

The theme song is "GAME CHANGER" performed by Hiroyuki Takami, who reprised his character in the first entry.[18].

The Presidents (ザ・プレジデンツ, Za Purejidentsu) is the first entry of the web-exclusive series released on April 11, 2021, comprises two episodes.[19] The events of the special take place after Zero-One Others: Kamen Rider Vulcan & Valkyrie.[20]. Smart Brain and the 1000% Crisis (スマートブレインと1000%のクライシス, Sumāto Burein to Sen-pāsento no Kuraishisu) is a sequel to the first entry of the web-exclusive series released on April 17, 2022, with the appearance of Smart Brain from Kamen Rider 555.[21][22][23]. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: Mighty Novel X (仮面ライダーエグゼイド ~マイティノベルX~, Kamen Raidā Eguzeido Maiti Noberu Ekkusu), written by Yuya Takahashi, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptions of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders. The events of the novel take place three years after Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Trilogy: Another Ending. The novel was released on June 27, 2018.[24]. Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters (仮面ライダー クライマックスファイターズ, Kamen Raidā Kuraimakkusu Faitāzu), is the sixth installment of the Kamen Rider: Climax series, which was released on December 7, 2017 for PlayStation 4. It's a role-playing fighting game and featuring characters from Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and Kamen Rider Build. Emu Hojo (宝生 永夢, Hōjō Emu): Hiroki Iijima (飯島 寛騎, Iijima Hiroki). Hiiro Kagami (鏡 飛彩, Kagami Hiiro): Toshiki Seto (瀬戸 利樹, Seto Toshiki). Taiga Hanaya (花家 大我, Hanaya Taiga): Ukyo Matsumoto (松本 享恭, Matsumoto Ukyō). Kuroto Dan (檀 黎斗, Dan Kuroto): Tetsuya Iwanaga (岩永 徹也, Iwanaga Tetsuya). Asuna Karino (仮野 明日那, Karino Asuna): Ruka Matsuda (松田 るか, Matsuda Ruka). Kiriya Kujo (九条 貴利矢, Kujō Kiriya): Hayato Onozuka (小野塚 勇人, Onozuka Hayato). Parad (パラド, Parado): Shouma Kai (甲斐 翔真, Kai Shōma). Graphite (グラファイト, Gurafaito): Shouma Machii (町井 祥真, Machii Shōma)[25]. Nico Saiba (西馬 ニコ, Saiba Niko): Reina Kurosaki (黒崎 レイナ, Kurosaki Reina). Tsukuru Koboshi (小星 作, Koboshi Tsukuru): Shohei Uno (宇野 祥平, Uno Shōhei). Ren Amagasaki (天ヶ崎 恋, Amagasaki Ren): Shinya Kote (小手 伸也, Kote Shinya). Masamune Dan (檀 正宗, Dan Masamune): Hiroyuki Takami (貴水 博之, Takami Hiroyuki). Haima Kagami (鏡 灰馬, Kagami Haima): Hanamaru Hakata (博多 華丸, Hakata Hanamaru). Kyotaro Hinata (日向 恭太郎, Hinata Kyōtarō): Hironobu Nomura (野村 宏伸, Nomura Hironobu). Rider Gashat and Gashacon Weapon Voices: Hironobu Kageyama (影山 ヒロノブ, Kageyama Hironobu). Narration, Lovrica Bugster (ラヴリカバグスター, Ravurika Bagusutā) Voice, Gashacon Bugvisor II/Buggle Driver II and Kamen Rider Chronicle Gashat Voices: Junichi Suwabe (諏訪部 順一, Suwabe Jun'ichi)[26]. Ryōko Kitami (北見 諒子, Kitami Ryōko, 3): Sanae Hitomi (人見 早苗, Hitomi Sanae). Yoshitaka Nishiwaki (西脇 嘉高, Nishiwaki Yoshitaka, 4, 22): Takuya Negishi (根岸 拓哉, Negishi Takuya). Riko Nishiwaki (西脇 莉子, Nishiwaki Riko, 4): Runa Natsui (夏居 瑠奈, Natsui Runa). Koba (コバ, 8): Tomonori Okano (岡野 友紀, Okano Tomonori). Minako Yamanaka (山中 美奈子, Yamanaka Minako, 11, 12): Hitomi Miwa (三輪 ひとみ, Miwa Hitomi). Kazuki Shirakawa (白河 一樹, Shirakawa Kazuki, 13, 14): Kohki Okada (岡田 浩暉, Okada Kōki). Heiji Uesugi (上杉 平次, Uesugi Heiji, 21, Finale): Taro Suwa (諏訪 太朗, Suwa Tarō). Lucky (ラッキー, Rakkī, 24): Takumi Kizu (岐洲 匠, Kizu Takumi). Sora Iwamoto (岩本 ソラ, Iwamoto Sora, 24): Miku Oono (大野 未来, Ōno Miku). Johnny Maxima (ジョニー・マキシマ, Jonī Makishima, 41): Brother Tom (ブラザー・トム, Burazā Tomu). Tōko Suzuki (鈴木 塔子, Suzuki Tōko, 42-44): Miyuu Sawai (沢井 美優, Sawai Miyū). Kamen Rider Build (仮面ライダービルド, Kamen Raidā Birudo, Voice; 44): Atsuhiro Inukai (犬飼 貴丈, Inukai Atsuhiro). "EXCITE"Lyrics: Kanata Okajima, Daichi MiuraComposition: Carpainter, Kanata OkajimaArrangement: UTA, CarpainterArtist: Daichi MiuraEpisodes: 2 - 11, 13, 14, 25 - 44Episodes 1, 12, 15-24 and 45 do not feature the show's opening sequence. This song is used as the ending theme in episodes 1, 15, and 18-24, and an insert song in episodes 4, 12, 16, 17, 32, and 45. Lyrics: Kanata Okajima, Daichi Miura. Composition: Carpainter, Kanata Okajima. Arrangement: UTA, Carpainter. Artist: Daichi Miura. Episodes: 2 - 11, 13, 14, 25 - 44. "Let's Try Together"Lyrics: BOUNCEBACK, kenko-pComposition & Arrangement: Hirofumi HibinoArtist: Kamen Rider GirlsEpisodes: 13 - 15. Lyrics: BOUNCEBACK, kenko-p. Composition & Arrangement: Hirofumi Hibino. Artist: Kamen Rider Girls. Episodes: 13 - 15. "Wish in the dark"Lyrics: Kyasu Morizuki, Mio AoyamaComposition: Takehito ShimizuArrangement: Toru WatanabeArtist: Hiroyuki TakamiEpisodes: 17, 18. Lyrics: Kyasu Morizuki, Mio Aoyama. Composition: Takehito Shimizu. Arrangement: Toru Watanabe. Artist: Hiroyuki Takami. Episodes: 17, 18. "PEOPLE GAME"Lyrics: Yuya TakahashiComposition: Katsumi OhnishiArrangement: Toru Watanabe, ats-Artist: Poppy Pipopapo (Ruka Matsuda)Episodes: 24 - 26.