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Factory TV announces the U.S. premiere of Kamen Rider Kuuga on the channel today. The first episodes of Kuuga will debut on TokuSHOUTsu tonight at 7 p.m.



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Kamen Rider Black RXKamen Rider Agito
For the series' main character, Kuuga, see Yusuke Godai.

PT in a two hour block, with an encore presentation to follow at 11 p.m. All 49 episodes of Kamen Rider Kuuga are also now available to watch on demand on Shout! Premiering in Japan in 2000, Kamen Rider Kuuga was the first installment in the franchise’s televised run in the Heisei Era.

Kuuga now joins the inaugural season of Kamen Rider to present a TokuSHOUTsu offering that crosses generations of Riders. When a group of archaeologists uncover the tomb of a legendary warrior, they unearth Kuuga’s belt, accidentally releasing an ancient race of monsters called the Grongi, bent on destroying humanity.

Enter Yusuke Godai, a modern-day guy-next-door, who learns he is telepathically linked to the mysterious stone belt.

  • With its power, he transforms into the legendary warrior known as Kuuga, humanity’s only defense against the murderous Gurongi monsters.
  • debut of the inaugural season of Kamen Rider, Ultraman Leo, and several seasons of Super Sentai, the globally popular series that ultimately led to the Power Rangers phenomenon.
  • TokuSHOUTsu is also home to the new, original weekly talk show Let’s Talk Toku hosted by genre expert Squall Charlson.
  • For all TokuSHOUTsu updates, fans can followsocial media accounts @TokuSHOUTsu on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.


Thor: Love and Thunder - The Loop. Do you like this video? Factory, is an American home video and film distribution company. Founded in 2002 as Retropolis Entertainment, they began by distributing music and record labels, later expanding their operations to including classic movies and TV series from the 1980s and 1990s and beyond that have not yet been distributed in the DVD or Blu-Ray format.

In 2012, Shout! Factory began touching Tokusatsu territory when they signed with Saban Brands to distribute Power Rangers on home media in North America. Through this deal, Shout! also acquired the rights to distribute other Saban properties, being VR Troopers, Big Bad Beetleborgs and Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation.


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La Group

  • In 2014, Shout!
  • announced that they had signed with Toei Company to release Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger on DVD, and were the official distributor for Sentai in North America until 2019 when Saban sold Power Rangers to Hasbro.

Xu Group

  • In March 2020, Shout! announced TokuSHOUTsu, a streaming service dedicated to offering VOD of the Super Sentai shows it had already licensed, in addition to their on-day-of acquisitions of both the original Kamen Rider and Ultraman Leo.[1].

Me Group

  • Several Super Sentai shows were available to stream at launch, while other shows from the franchise and Kamen Rider continue to be added periodically.[2].

Go Group

  • In addition to the TV shows, a talk-show titled Let's Talk Toku premiered on the channel, featuring YouTuber Squall Charlson as the host.



Main article: Kamen Rider Kuuga Episodes

The show would feature Jason Narvy as one of its guests and a "Backlot style" docu-series on the history of Power Rangers.

  • Kamen Rider - March 17, 2020. Kamen Rider Kuuga - May 1, 2020[3]. Kamen Rider Ryuki - November 1, 2021[4]. Kamen Rider Zero-One - January 22, 2022[5].
  • Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER - July 15, 2020. Kamen Rider Zero-One: REAL×TIME - January 22, 2022. Let's Talk Toku (YouTube). Kamen Rider Zero-One: The Complete Series + Movie (Blu-Ray)[6].
  • TokuSHOUTsuVRV - alternative streaming optionPluto TV - alternative streaming option. VRV - alternative streaming option. Pluto TV - alternative streaming option.

In celebration of the landmark series’ 50th anniversary, Shout! Factory™, a multi-platform media company, and Toei Company, Ltd.

  1. today announced an exclusive deal to distribute the Kamen Rider series Zero-One and Ryuki in North America.
  2. The multi-year alliance provides Shout!
  3. Factory and its streaming service, Shout!
  4. Factory TV, with exclusive TVOD, EST, SVOD, AVOD, and FAST rights in the U.S.
  5. and Canada to both series, and physical home entertainment rights to Zero-One.
  6. The announcement was made today by Shout!
  7. Factory’s Senior Vice President of Digital Enterprises and Shout!
  8. Factory TV, Gene Pao; Melissa Boag, Shout!
  9. Factory’s Senior Vice President of Kids & Family Entertainment; Jordan Fields, Shout!
  10. Factory’s Vice President of Acquisitions and Naoki Shinozaki, Manager of International Sales for Toei Company, Ltd.
  11. Factory TV plans an aggressive rollout of both series on its TokuSHOUTsu™ streaming channel this year.
  12. As excitement builds, Shout!
  13. Factory will announce additional release news and activities in forthcoming months.
  14. “We’ve seen a tremendous reaction to the Kamen Rider shows on Shout!
  15. Factory TV, so we’re delighted to partner with Toei to build the North American fanbase.
  16. And with Zero-One, we’ll now have the premiere series for each of the three eras of the franchise,” said Shout’s Jordan Fields.
  17. “I am so happy to hear that Zero-One will be on Shout!
  18. Factory TV,” said Takahito Omori, producer of Kamen Rider Zero-One.
  19. “Zero-One is the reflection of our future, of conflicts between humans and artificial intelligence, and a story not only about Kamen Rider, but about human beings.
  20. I hope fans enjoy watching the show and thinking about technology and ourselves.” .
  21. Originally premiering in 1971, the Japanese television series follows the exploits of a masked, motorcycle-riding hero who fights the forces of evil.
  22. The number one kids’ program in Japan for almost 50 years, Kamen Riderhas proved to be beloved through multiple series iterations and generations of fans and Riders.
  23. Zero-One and Ryuki will join Shout!
  24. Factory TV and TokuSHOUTsu’s existing lineup of the inaugural 1971 Kamen Rider series, which launched the Showa Era, and Kuuga, the franchise’s first installment in the Heisei Era that premiered in 2000.
  25. With the acquisition of Zero-One, the first series of the Reiwa era, Shout!
  26. Factory TV and TokuSHOUTsu are now home to the launch of all three eras of the Kamen Rider franchise.
  27. The TokuSHOUTsu roster of programming also includes several television series and films from the iconic Ultraman library, as well as several seasons of Super Sentai, the globally popular series that ultimately led to the Power Rangers phenomenon, and the original talk show Let’s Talk Toku.
  29. HUMAGEAR (humanoid Robots), created by HIDEN INTELIGENCE, the leading company for AI, serves for humanity’s convenient life.
  30. A cyber-terrorist called Metsu-bou-jin-rai Net has secretly had a conspiracy for their final purpose, ‘human extinction’, although the human society aims for the coexistence between human and HUMAGEAR.
  31. Aruto Hiden has taken over a CEO’s post at HIDEN INTELIGENCE, because his grandfather, Korenosuke Hiden, suddenly passed away, and along with the CEO’s post, he also takes over the responsibility for Kamen Rider Zero-One by using his company’s technology.
  32. Aruto tries to keep the peaceful world between human and HUMAGEAR with Izu, his HUMAGEAR secretary, while A.I.M.S., a military squad against HUMAGEAR, chases the terrorist.
  34. “Mirror World” exists symmetrically beyond an invisible mirror in space, and an exact copy of our human world, where only monsters can dwell.
  35. Evil monsters frequently cross the mirror and attack our world.
  36. Only Kamen Riders who make a contract with a specific monster and obtain special power from the monster can enter “Mirror World” and fight against evil monsters with the help of “Advent Card.”.
  37. Shinji Kido, a journalist, contacts with Dragon, and becomes Kamen Rider Ryuki.
  38. He fights a fierce battle with evil monsters.
  39. Many Kamen Riders appear one after another, and fight to satisfy their own aims.
  40. However, only one Kamen Rider can outlive others.
  41. Thus, it is their fate to keep fighting to the last man.
  42. Titan Manga, a new imprint from Titan Comics, has announced a new partnership with Stonebot to publish Kamen Rider Kuuga and Atom: The Beginning manga series.
  43. The partnership will also include a brand-new originated Kamen Rider Zero-One comic series.
  44. The partnership kicks-off on 11th October 2022 with the releases of ATOM: The Beginning Volume 1– an original manga series based on the God of Manga Osamu Tezuka’s world-famous series Astro Boy, which has spawned multiple anime adaptations, video games, and more!
  45. ATOM: The Beginning is a sci-fi manga about the turbulent lives of two robotics engineering students and their latest revolutionary project: the unassuming yet insanely strong A106, or “Six.”.
  46. Based on the original concept and story by Tokusatsu legend Shotaro Ishinomori, Kamen Rider Kuuga marks the return of a classic manga character adapted for the 21st century that’s sure to surprise both new and veteran fans alike.
  47. Kamen Rider Kuuga goes beyond the bounds of a normal adaptation and redefines its hero for modern audiences, expanding its universe and connecting it to other incarnations of the bug-eyed hero in a completely approachable way for new readers who haven’t encountered a Kamen Rider story before.
  48. 1 is due to hit stores November 8, 2022.
  49. “We are so excited to be working with Stonebot,” said Titan Publishing Director, John Dziewiatkowski.

“We have a successful history with manga publishing, but this new partnership will bring the imprint to new levels.

  1. Titan will also publish a new, originated comic series based on the Tokusatsu TV series Karmen Rider Zero-One(currently on Shout!
  2. Factory in the US). Written by Brandon Easton (Transformers), this series is due to launch in Autumn/Winter 2022.
  3. “This partnership not only shares an ambitious commercial vision, but also a work philosophy with the talented Titan team.
  4. More to come!” said Diego Barassi, Managing Director, Stonebot. Kamen Rider Kuuga and ATOM: The Beginning are the latest announcements from Titan Manga (new imprint from Titan Comics) which also recently revealed a new “directors cut” edition of Afro Samurai – launching in July 2022.

Other media


  1. This follows recent Titan Manga smash-hitsSherlock Holmes (the adaptation of the hit BBC show) and Eldo Yoshimizu’s Ryuko Vol.
  2. 2, Gamma Draconis and Hen Kai Pan. • Kamen Rider Kuuga Volume 1: AmazonUK, Forbidden Planet.
  3. • Kamen Rider Kuuga Volume 2: AmazonUK, Forbidden Planet.
  4. • ATOM: The Beginning Volume 1: AmazonUK, Forbidden Planet.

S.I.C. Hero Saga

  1. • ATOM: The Beginning Volume 2: AmazonUK, Forbidden Planet.


  1. It’s been a while since there’s been a UK-published Kamen Rider comic here – not since 1997, in fact, published by Marvel.


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  • Xu·Zain·Da (ズ・ザイン・ダ,Xu·Zain·Da): Akira Nogami (野上 彰,Nogami Akira)
  • Xu·Goma·Gu (ズ・ゴオマ・グ,Xu Gōma Gu): Mitsuru Fujio (藤生 みつる,Fujiō Mitsuru)
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  • Nu·Zajio·Re (ヌ・ザジオ・レ,Nu·Zajio·Re): Tadashi Takatsuki (高月 忠,Takatsuki Tadashi)
  • Me·Byran·Gi (メ・ビラン・ギ,Me·Byran·Gi): Hironobu Ohashi (大橋 寛展,Ōhashi Hironobu)
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  • Go·Bemiu·Gi (ゴ・ベミウ・ギ,Go·Bemiu·Gi): Seiko Ito (伊藤 聖子,Itō Seiko)
  • Go·Gamego·Re (ゴ・ガメゴ・レ,Go·Gamego·Re): Kazuyoshi Sakai (酒井 一圭,Sakai Kazuyoshi)
  • Go·Jalaji·Da (ゴ・ジャラジ・ダ,Go·Jalaji·Da): Masayoshi Okawa (大川 征義,Ōkawa Masayoshi)
  • Go·Zazalu·Ba (ゴ・ザザル・バ,Go·Zazalu·Ba): Chiaki Asakura (朝倉 ちあき,Asakura Chiaki)
  • Go-Jāza-Gi (ゴ・ジャーザ・ギ,Go Jāza Gi): Sumire Arai (あらい すみれ,Arai Sumire)
  • Go·Babel·Da (ゴ・バベル・ダ,Go·Babel·Da): Kensho Sakurai (桜井 顕生,Sakurai Kenshō)
  • Go·Gadol·Ba (ゴ・ガドル・バ,Go·Gadol·Ba): Masato Gunji (軍司 眞人 ,Gunji Masato)
  • N·Daguva·Zeba (ン・ダグバ・ゼバ,N Daguba Zeba): Kenji Urai (浦井 健治,Urai Kenji)
  • Narrator (ナレーター,Narētā): Fumihiko Tachiki (立木 文彦,Tachiki Fumihiko)

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  • Kamen Rider Kuuga: Kenji Tominaga (富永 研司,Tominaga Kenji)
  • Gurongi: Hirofumi Fukuzawa (福沢 博文,Fukuzawa Hirofumi), Makoto Itō (伊藤 慎,Itō Makoto)
  • Go·Zazalu·Ba: Shoji Hachisuka (蜂須賀 昭二,Hachisuka Shōji)
  • Go·Jalaji·Da: Toshihiro Ogura (小倉 敏博,Ogura Toshihiro)
  • Kamen Rider Kuuga (Motorcycle Action): Takumi Narita (成田 匠,Narita Takumi)
  • Go·Badaa·Ba (Motorcycle Action): Ryo Narita (成田 亮,Narita Ryō)


Main article: Kamen Rider Kuuga: Song Collection 1
Main article: Kamen Rider Kuuga: Song Collection 2
Opening theme
  • "Kamen Rider Kuuga!" (仮面ライダークウガ!,Kamen Raidā Kūga!)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Toshihiko Sahashi
    • Artist: Masayuki Tanaka (田中 昌之,Tanaka Masayuki)
Ending theme
  • "Aozora ni Naru" (青空になる "Into the Blue Sky")
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Toshihiko Sahashi
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto (橋本 仁,Hashimoto Jin)
Insert theme
  • "Power of soul
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Keiichi Oku
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto
  • "Red Desire
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Masayuki Tanaka
  • "Believe in Miracle
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Kazumi Murata
  • "Blue Higher
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto
  • ""Bara No Okite" (薔薇の掟,The Law of Roses)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist:Mie Nanamori (La·Balva·De)
  • "TRY & CHASE
    • Lyrics: Nagae Kuwabara
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Masayuki Tanaka
  • "Say Alright!"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto
  • "Edge of Green"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake
    • Artist: Nori Sakai
  • "Kyuukyoku no Yami" (究極の闇,Ultimate Darkness)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Artist: Norio Sakai
  • "Love is my life
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Yoshitaka Ootsuka
  • "Soukouki GOURAM" (装甲機GOURAM,Armored Machine GOURAM)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Keiichi Oku
    • Artist: MICKEY-T.
  • "Tanpopo No O-Hana" (たんぽぽのおはな)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Wakana Aoi
  • "BEATCHASER 2000
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Jin Hashimoto
  • "It comes rain"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Shingo Katsurayama
  • "Rising your power to Gold"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Toshihiko Satou
    • Artist: Nori Sakai



  • Kuuga premiered on TV Asahi on January 30, 2000.
  • Kuuga was released on Blu-Ray in several box sets.
Blu-Ray Box 1
Episodes 1-16
Blu-Ray Box 2
Episodes 17-33
Blu-Ray Box 3
Episodes 34-49


  • All episodes of Kuuga were released in North America on TokuSHOUTSU on May 1, 2020[3]
  • All episodes of Kuuga were released in Latin America with a Spanish dub on Olympusat's FreeTV streaming app on Spetember 7, 2021


  • This show is the very first Kamen Rider series to be shot in 1080i, though some broadcast footage and frequent home video releases used the modified component masters (on-air versions with letterboxed 4:3 aspect ratio), which results in standard quality. The HD streaming and Blu-Ray Box releases, however: Uses the modified and upscaled versions of the SD component masters, making the term "remastered" completely null. This practice would continue until the end of Kamen Rider Den-O.
  • There were plans to produce a Kuuga film featuring an overseas tribe of Gurongi led by a Wolf Gurongi, an idea that was scrapped and later reused for Kamen Rider Decade,[4], but it never happened due to the lack of proper funding. [4]. Kuuga would not make his first theatrical film appearance until Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker.
  • An alternate version of the logo with both English and Japanese language was used in the 2018 Kamen Rider Exhibition in Macau.


  1. ↑http://www10.atwiki.jp/shichouseiko/pages/87.html
  2. ↑[1]
  3. ↑https://twitter.com/tokushoutsu/status/1255196921985032192
  4. 4.04.1https://tieba.baidu.com/p/5645381620

External links

  • Official website at TV Asahi(archive link)
  • Kamen Rider Kuuga at Wikipedia
  • Kamen Rider Kuuga at Japanese Wikipedia
  • Official website at Kamen-Rider-Official


Kamen Rider Kuuga
Kamen Rider Kuuga
Riku - Yusuke Godai - Mika Natsume (Novel Only)
Rider Gear
Arcle - Amadam - Gouram - TryChaser 2000 - BeatChaser 2000 - Dragon Rod - Pegasus Bowgun - Titan Sword - Mighty Anklet
Tokyo Police Department
Kaoru Ichijo - Hikari Enokida - Sadao Matsukura - Morimichi Sugita - Tsuyoshi Sakurai - Nozomi Sasayama
Other Allies and Characters
Sakurako Sawatari - Minori Godai - Shuichi Tsubaki - Tamasaburo Kazari - Nana Asahina - Jean Michel Sorrel - Mika Natsume - Shoji Kanzaki - Junichi Chono
La Group

La·Balva·De - La·Doldo·Gu

Xu Group

Xu·Gmun·Ba - Xu·Goma·Gu - Xu·Mevio·Da - Xu·Vazuu·Ba - Xu·Zain·Da

Me Group

Me·Vagis·Ba - Me·Geega·Gi - Me·Byran·Gi - Me·Garido·Gi - Me·Gadra·Da - Me·Ginoga·De - Me·Galme·Re - Me·Garima·Ba

Go Group

Go·Buuro·Gu - Go·Bemiu·Gi - Go·Gamego·Re - Go·Badaa·Ba - Go·Jalaji·Da - Go·Zazalu·Ba - Go·Jaaza·Gi - Go·Babel·Da - Go·Gadol·Ba

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Kamen Rider • V3 • X • Amazon • Stronger • Skyrider • Super-1 • ZX (TV special) • Black • Black RX
Shin (movie) • ZO (movie) • J (movie)
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Kuuga • Agito • Ryuki • 555 • Blade • Hibiki • Kabuto • Den-O • Kiva • Decade
Heisei Era Phase 2 (2009-2019)
W • OOO • Fourze • Wizard • Gaim • Drive • Ghost • Ex-Aid • Build • Zi-O
Reiwa Era (2019-)
Zero-One • Saber • Revice
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