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A detective, Hidari Shotaro, and an unknown library-boy, Phillip, combine to become a half-green half-black hero to protect Fuuto City by using Gaia Memories.A detective, Hidari Shotaro, and an unknown library-boy, Phillip, combine to become a half-green half-black hero to protect Fuuto City by using Gaia Memories.A detective, Hidari Shotaro, and an unknown library-boy, Phillip, combine to become a half-green half-black hero to protect Fuuto City by using Gaia Memories.

Kamen Rider Build. Kamen Rider Gaim. Kamen Rider Zero-One.
  • Kamen Rider Ryuki.
  • Kamen Rider Decade.
  • Kamen Rider OOO.
  • Kamen Rider Saber.
  • Kamen Rider 555.
  • Kamen Rider Kabuto.
  • Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.

Kamen Rider Den-O. Kamen Rider Zi-O. A detective, Hidari Shotaro, and an unknown library-boy, Phillip, combine to become a half-green half-black hero to protect Fuuto City by using Gaia Memories.


This surely does clinches it.

I like the idea of two riders being in one, it does make a difference oppose from one person.
The story is very good, I enjoyed it.

The writing is good although it has a bit of flaws. I like the characters, they do fit the show well, same for the actors in their role.

The acting is not bad, it's like any other Kamen Rider show.

I've been interested in watching W for a long time and I'm happy that I get to since I like the soundtrack to be honest.


I say give this show a chance, it's very entertaining for Kamen Rider fans.

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The Kamen Rider Series (仮面ライダーシリーズ,Kamen Raidā Shirīzu, 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 (怪人).

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.

2Adaptations outside Japan2.3United States.
2.3United States. 3Productions3.1TV series3.4Original video releases3.11Stage & Musicals3.14Manga.

3.4Original video releases. 3.11Stage & Musicals. 4Derivative products4.1Household games4.1.2Compatible Hero series. 4.1Household games4.1.2Compatible Hero series. 4.1.2Compatible Hero series.

8External links. 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.

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As the series progresses, the Rider often learns more about the monsters in the series, other Kamen Riders, or the origin of his powers.

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.

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.


Combat techniques generally remain somewhat consistent between series.

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.

In 1974, Chaiyo Productions in Thailand produced the Hanuman and the Five Riders. 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.

Adaptations outside Japan

Shocker and Kamen Rider vs. In 1995, Saban produced the first American Kamen Rider adaptation after his success in adapting Super Sentai into Power Rangers and the Metal Hero Series (VR Troopers & Beetleborgs).

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. In 2009, a new series was broadcast, produced by brothers Michael and Steve Wang.

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.

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.

In 2011, Saban applied the copyright for Power Rider, but the license has been abandoned since 2014. Since then, a third adaptation of a Kamen Rider show has yet to be produced or announced as of 2021.

Air in late 2018 to 2019 after the finale of Build. 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.

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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.

1976: All Together!
Seven Kamen Riders.

1979: Immortal Kamen Rider Special. 1984: Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! 1987: This is Kamen Rider Black. 1988: Kamen Rider 1 through RX: Big Gathering. 2000: Kamen Rider Kuuga: New Year's Special.

2001: Kamen Rider Agito Special: A New Transformation.

2002: Kamen Rider Ryuki Special: 13 Riders.

2009: Kamen Rider G. 2014: Ressha Sentai ToQger Vs.


Kamen Rider Gaim Spring Vacation Combining Special.

Kamen Rider Drive Spring Vacation One-Hour Combining Special.
1971: Go Go Kamen Rider.

1972: Kamen Rider vs. 1972: Kamen Rider vs. 1973: Kamen Rider V3. 1973: Kamen Rider V3 vs. the Destron Monsters. 1974: Kamen Rider X. 1974: Five Riders vs. 1975: Kamen Rider Amazon. 1975: Kamen Rider Stronger.

1980: Eight Riders vs. 1981: Kamen Rider Super-1. 1988: Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima.

1988: Kamen Rider Black: Terrifying!


The Phantom House of Devil Pass.

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 And The 7 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 Kiva & Den-O: DenLiner, Into Space!
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.

2009: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010Kamen Rider Decade: The Last StoryKamen Rider W: Begins NightMovie War 2010.

Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story.


Kamen Rider W: Begins Night. 2010: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider The Movie: Cho-Den-O TrilogyEpisode Red: Zero no Star TwinkleEpisode Blue: The Dispatched Imagin is NewtralEpisode Yellow: Treasure de End Pirates.

Episode Blue: The Dispatched Imagin is Newtral.
Episode Yellow: Treasure de End Pirates.

2010: Kamen Rider: The Fearful Global Warming Plan. 2010: Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate. 2010: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W feat.

Skull: Movie War CoreKamen Rider Skull: Message for DoubleKamen Rider OOO: Nobunaga's DesireMovie War Core.

Kamen Rider Skull: Message for Double.


Kamen Rider OOO: Nobunaga's Desire.

2011: Kamen Rider OOO WONDERFUL: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals.
2011: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO: Movie War Mega MaxBeginning: Fight!

Legendary Seven RidersKamen Rider OOO: Ankh's Resurrection, The Medal of the Future and The Leading of HopeFuto: The Conspiracy Advances: Gallant!

Kamen Rider JokerKamen Rider Fourze: Nadeshiko, DescendMovie War Mega Max: Gather!

Warriors of Glory. Beginning: Fight!

Homages and parodies[edit]

Legendary Seven Riders. Kamen Rider OOO: Ankh's Resurrection, The Medal of the Future and The Leading of Hope.

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! Let's Feel The Universe!

2012: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War UltimatumKamen Rider FourzeKamen Rider WizardMovie War Ultimatum.

Kamen Rider Fourze. Kamen Rider Wizard.

Movie War Ultimatum. 2012: Kamen Rider 3D Battle from Ganbaride.

Episode list[edit]

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 BattleKamen Rider Wizard: The Promise PlaceKamen Rider Gaim: Sengoku Battle Royale.

Kamen Rider Wizard: The Promise Place. Kamen Rider Gaim: Sengoku Battle Royale. 2014: Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. 2014: Kamen Rider Gaim the Movie: The Great Soccer Match!

The Golden Fruit Cup! 2014: Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Drive & Gaim: Movie War Full ThrottleKamen Rider Gaim: Advancement of the Last StageKamen Rider Drive: The Challenge from LupinMovie War Full Throttle.

Kamen Rider Gaim: Advancement of the Last Stage.

Homages and parodies

Kamen Rider Drive: The Challenge from Lupin.

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.

Adaptations outside Japan[edit]

2017: Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending.

2018: Kamen Rider Amazons Season 1 the Movie: Awakening.
2018: Kamen Rider Amazons Season 2 the Movie: Reincarnation.

2018: Kamen Rider Amazons: The Last Judgement. 2018: Kamen Rider Build: Be The One. 2018: Kamen Rider Heisei Generations FOREVER. 2019: Kamen Rider Zi-O: Over Quartzer.

2019: Kamen Rider Reiwa: The First Generation. 2020: Kamen Rider Den-O: Pretty Den-O Appears!

2020: Kamen Rider Splendid Double-Feature.


2021: Kamen Rider Saber + Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger: Superhero Senki.

2021: Kamen Rider: Beyond Generations.
Kamen Rider W ReturnsKamen Rider W Returns: Kamen Rider Eternal'.

Kamen Rider W Returns: Kamen Rider Eternal'. Kamen Rider Drive: Secret Mission. Kamen Rider Gaim GaidenKamen Rider Gaim Gaiden 1Kamen Rider Gaim Gaiden 2. Kamen Rider Gaim Gaiden 1. Kamen Rider Gaim Gaiden 2.

Kamen Rider Drive SagaKamen Rider Drive Saga 2. Kamen Rider Drive Saga 2. Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Trilogy: Another Ending.

Kamen Rider Build NEW WORLD. Kamen Rider Zi-O NEXT TIME.


Zero-One Others. Crayon Shin-chan & Doraemon!

COLLECTION DVD Imagin Anime 2.

COLLECTION DVD Imagin Anime 3. Finger 5's Great Adventure - guest appearance by V3. Samurai Sentai Shinkenger - crossover with Kamen Rider Decade. Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger - guest appearance.

Uchu Sentai Kyuranger - guest appearance. Climax Jump DEN-LINER form.

Kamen Rider Super Live 2009. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2013.

S.I.C. Hero Saga[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai LIVE & SHOW 2014.

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 01. Kamen Rider Den-O: Clash!

Den-O VS Nobunaga. Kamen Rider Drive: Special Show. Kamen Rider Build: Special Show.

Kamen Rider Zi-O: Special Show. Kamen Rider Zero-One: Special Show.

Series overview[edit]

Kamen Rider ZO Show (Hanshin Park).

Heisei Kamen Rider Novels.
Kamen Rider SDKamen Rider SD: Shippuden LegendKamen Rider SD Batakun.

Kamen Rider SD: Shippuden Legend. Kamen Rider SD Batakun. Kamen Rider (Tanoshi Youchien manga).

Kamen Rider V3 (Tanoshi Youchien manga).

Kamen Rider - watch online: streaming, buy or rent

Kamen Rider X (Tanoshi Youchien manga).

Kamen Rider (Adventure King manga).
Kamen Rider Spirits.

Bandai Pocket Club P-1 Kamen Rider Black RX: Let's Go! 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!

Battle Dodgeball: Battle Ball Collision.


Battle Soccer: Field no Hasha.

Super Pachinko Taisen (Super Nintendo)Super Pachinko Taisen (GameBoy).
Super Pachinko Taisen (GameBoy).

Kamen Rider ClubKamen Rider Club: Crash Shocker LandKamen Rider Club: Battle Racer. Kamen Rider Club: Crash Shocker Land. Kamen Rider Club: Battle Racer. Kamen Rider: Shocker Army. Kamen Rider Strategy FileKamen Rider Strategy File 1Kamen Rider Strategy File 1 RNKamen Rider Strategy File 2 RN.

Kamen Rider Strategy File 1. Kamen Rider Strategy File 1 RN.

Kamen Rider Strategy File 2 RN. Chogokin Selection.


Battle Formation. Azito SeriesAzito 2Azito 3.

Tokusatsu Hero Part 1.
Combat Pachislot Winning StrategyCombat Pachislot Winning Strategy!

Single 〜Kamen Rider & Gallop〜Combat Pachislot Winning Strategy! Single 〜Kamen Rider V3〜. Combat Pachislot Winning Strategy!

Single 〜Kamen Rider & Gallop〜. Combat Pachislot Winning Strategy!

Single 〜Kamen Rider V3〜. Kids Station: Kamen Rider Heroes.

Derivative products

Pachinko Kamen Rider: Shocker's Great Annihilation Strategy.

Kamen Rider: Battride War.
Kamen Rider vs Shocker Army.

Kamen Rider Kiva Dash! 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!

Kamen Rider RPG. Kamen Rider Carddass Battle. Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbaride Mobile.

Kamen Rider Wars. Kamen Rider Storm Heroes.


Pachinko (by Kyoryaku)CR Pachinko Kamen RiderCR Pachinko Kamen Rider: Shocker's Great Annihilation StrategyCR Pachinko Kamen Rider MAX EditionCR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Light VersionCR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Gold Version.

CR Pachinko Kamen Rider: Shocker's Great Annihilation Strategy.
CR Pachinko Kamen Rider MAX Edition.

CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Light VersionCR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Gold Version. CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Light Version. CR Pachinko Kamen Rider V3 Gold Version.

Pachislot (by Sammy)Triple RiderKamen Rider DX Run!

Super Bike VersionKamen Rider DX Turn!


Henshin Belt Version. Kamen Rider DX Run!

Kamen Rider DX Turn!
Henshin Belt Version.

Ka to Senshi Kamen Rider. Reprint Hall "Kamen Cider" (Dido Drinko). 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).


TV Land (1973 - January 1976, October 1979 - October 1981, July 1982 - 1984 February issue, October 1987 - October 1989).

Learning magazine by elementary school of Shogakkan (1987 - 1989, 2000 - present)KindergartenMeowing.
Weekly Shonen Sunday (serialized a manga version of Kamen Rider Black from 1987 to 1988).

Adventure King (1971 - October 1981, July 1982 - April 1983). TV Anime Magazine (May 1983 - August issue, February 1984). The most commonly seen theme in the Shōwa 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.

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 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.

Some series of the franchise have monsters in common.

18.Kamen Rider Kiva(2008–2009)

In Kamen Rider, Amazon, Black, Kuuga, Ryuki, and Hibiki, the first episode's monsters are based off of spiders, or have the ability to drop webs.

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 Gaim (Retired).

Kamen Rider Wizard (Retired). Kamen Rider Fourze (Retired). Kamen Rider OOO (Retired). Kamen Rider W (Retired). Kamen Rider Decade (Retired). Kamen Rider Kiva (Retired).

Kamen Rider Den-O (Retired). Kamen Rider Kabuto (Retired).

Kamen Rider Hibiki (Retired). Kamen Rider Blade (Retired).


Kamen Rider 555 (Retired). Kamen Rider Ryuki (Retired).

Kamen Rider Kabuto (Retired).
Kamen Rider Hibiki (Retired).

Kamen Rider Blade (Retired). Kamen Rider 555 (Retired). Kamen Rider Ryuki (Retired). Kamen Rider Agito (Retired). Kamen Rider The First (Retired). [email protected] - Shotaro Ishinomori with Ishimori Productions Official Website.

Toei Kyoto Studio Park - A theme park with official events, exhibitions and shops related to the Kamen Rider series.

Igadevil's Kamen Rider Page - Fansite with information and photos on Kamen Rider TV series, movies, and much more.

Music videos

Kamen Rider Series on Wikipedia.

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Archived from the original on 2012-06-04.

http://archive.is/bwJQ. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 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.

Rider finishers

The series has evolved into a franchise with many subsequent annual iterations.

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, Gelshocker.

Animation works

Many manga based on the original Kamen Rider series have been published, but only one was penned and drawn by Ishinomori himself.

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.

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He then turns against Shocker and takes Takeshi's role as Kamen Rider.

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].

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.

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.

23.Kamen Rider Wizard(2012–2013)

At the same time as Takeshi's departure, he opens a motorcycle goods shop named Tachibana Auto Corner and sets up the Tachibana Racing Club.

Kazuya Taki (滝 和也, Taki Kazuya, 11, 13-19, 21-82 & 84-98): An FBI agent assigned to investigate Shocker activities in Japan.
While not himself a cyborg, Kazuya was skilled in martial arts, and often used them alongside both Kamen Riders to battle the combatants who invariably accompanied a Shocker commander.

Hiroshi Midorikawa (緑川 弘, Midorikawa Hiroshi, 1): Takeshi's teacher in university and an authority on biochemistry. He is a Shocker scientist, but freed Takeshi and was killed by Spider Man, an agent of Shocker.

Ruriko Midorikawa (緑川 ルリ子, Midorikawa Ruriko, 1-13): The daughter of Doctor Midorikawa, she initially blames Takeshi for her father's death, but eventually learns the truth and becomes his ally.

In episode 14, it is revealed that she accompanied Takeshi on his quest to defeat Shocker activities in Europe.

8.Kamen Rider Black(1987–1988)

Hiromi Nohara (野原 ひろみ, Nohara Hiromi, 1, 2, 4-25 & 34): Ruriko's fellow student, who works as a waitress at Snack Amigo.

Yuri (ユリ, 14-59, 61-64, 66, 67 & 69-98): Hiromi's friend, who is a first-degree black belt in karate.
Mari (マリ, 14-25 & 29-38): Hiromi's friend, who has experience in fencing.

Michi (ミチ, 14-18, 20, 21, 24 & 25): Hiromi's friend, who has experience in aikido and is a small-displacement rider. Emi (エミ, 40-66 & 68): Takeshi's assistant from Switzerland, who has experience in aikido.

Mika (ミカ, 40-52): Takeshi's assistant from Switzerland, who is good at fortune-telling with playing cards.

Tokko (トッコ, 53-69): She is in charge of cooking in the Tachibana Racing Club.

5.Kamen Rider Amazon(1974–1975)

Yokko (ヨッコ, 70-98): After the Kamen Rider Kid Corps was set up, she is in charge of communication and administration.

Choko (チョコ, 70-98): She likes food. Goro Ishikura (石倉 五郎, Ishikura Gorō, 14-62 & 65): A bright boy who frequents the Tachibana Racing Club.

Kamen Rider Kid Corps (少年仮面ライダー隊, Shōnen Kamen Raidā-tai): A nationwide organization, with Tobei as the president and Kazuya as the captain, that is composed of boys and girls in episode 74.Naoki & Mitsuru (ナオキ&ミツル, 62-64, 68-70 & 72-98): Boys who serve as leading members.


Naoki & Mitsuru (ナオキ&ミツル, 62-64, 68-70 & 72-98): Boys who serve as leading members.

Shocker (ショッカー, Shokkā) is a terrorist organization formed by former Nazis. Shocker's goal is to conquer the world. To this end, their scientists turn humans into superhuman cyborgs by surgically altering them with animal and insect DNA with robotic cybernetics.

Virtually all of its members are modified the same way.

22.Kamen Rider Fourze(2011–2012)

Even a Shocker Combatant is tougher, faster, and stronger than an ordinary human civilian.

The original manga showed that Shocker had influence over the governments of the world.

Its founders had ties to the Nazis, Illuminati and the Kamen Rider Spirits manga makes references to the group's support by the Badan Empire.