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A man named Shōichi Tsugami seemingly has no memory. He doesn't know who he is, where he came from, or how he came upon his peculiar circumstances. Tsugami, seemingly for no reason, transforms into a powerful superhuman, Agito, whenever in the presence of the beings referred by the police as the "Unknown", a race of powerful monsters that have been causing murders around Tokyo, targeting certain people as their prey. In response, the police department unleash their newest weapon: the G3 powersuit, originally developed to fight against the "Unidentified Lifeforms", the enemies of Kamen Rider Agito. G3 and Agito don't know whether they should join up and defeat the Unknowns, their common enemy, or to combat each other, keeping the mysteries that entwine them separate. Ultimately, even more mysteries unfold, with the appearance of Kamen Rider Gills, who is on a search to uncover why his father committed suicide. These mysteries and others collide, as the true nature of Agito would ultimately determine the fate of humanity

Episode01 : Senshi no Kakusei (The Warrior's Awakening)
Episode02 : Ao no Arashi (Blue Storm)
Episode03 : Ore no Henshin (My Transformation)
Episode04 : Pazuru Kaidoku (Puzzle Decoding)
Episode05 : Dai-San no Senshi (The Third Warrior)
Episode06 : Kanashiki Yōken (Sorrowful Monstrous Fist)
Episode07 : Kioku no Ippen (A Piece of a Memory)
Episode08 : Akai Honō no Tsurugi (Sword of Red Flames)
Episode09 : Futari no Jī Sur (The Two G3s)
Episode10 : Gin no Ten to Sen (Silver Points and Lines)
Episode11 : Tsunagaru Kako (The Past Tied Together)
Episode12 : Mizuumi no Gekitotsu! (The Crash in the Lake!)
Episode13 : Chichi no Tegakari (Dad's Clue)
Episode14 : Saikyō Kikku (The Strongest Kick)
Episode15 : Wana no Hajimari (A Trap Begins)
Episode16 : Ayashii Onna… (A Suspicious Woman…)
Episode17 : Hokaku Sakusen! (Capture Tactics!)
Episode18 : Atarashii Bosu (The New Boss)
Episode19 : Kaisan Kettei (Breakup Decision?)
Episode20 : Aru Mezame (That Awakening)
Episode21 : Bōsō Suru Chikara (Rampaging Power)
Episode22 : Unmei no Taiketsu (Fateful Showdown)
Episode23 : Shikaku Aru Mono (The Qualified Person)
Episode24 : Kanpeki Mashin (The Flawless Machine)
Episode25 : Gekitotsu Futatabi! (Another Clash!)
Episode26 : Yomigaetta Kioku (Restored Memories )
Episode27 : Ryō, Shisu…( Ryō Dies…)
Episode28 : Ano Natsu no Hi (That Summer Day)
Episode29 : Sūji no Nazo?! (A Numerical Mystery?!)
Episode30 : Kakusareta Chikara (Hidden Power)
Episode31 : Hito no Ibasho (A Person's Whereabouts)
Episode32 : Girusu Fukkatsu (Gills Resurrection)
Episode33 : Arawareta Teki (The Enemy Who Appeared)
Episode34 : Yobiau Tamashii (Summoning Souls to Meet)
Episode35 : Nazo no Kyūseishu (The Mysterious Messiah)
Episode36 : Yoninme no Otoko (The Fourth Man)
Episode37 : Kurayami no Senshi (The Warrior of Darkness)
Episode38 : Sono Shōtai… (The True Form…)
Episode39 : Girusu Hōkō (Gills Howl)
Episode40 : Kyōdō Sensen! (United Front!)
Episode41 : Hikari to Yami (Light and Darkness)
Episode42 : Akatsuki-Gō (The Akatsuki)
Episode43 : Ugokidasu Yami (The Darkness That Begins to Move)
Episode44 : Chichi to Ane to… (Dad and Older Sister and…)
Episode45 : Ubawareta Chikara (Stolen Power)
Episode46 : Senshi Sono Kizuna (Warriors, Those Bonds)
Episode47 : Tenkū no Kai! (The Mystery of the Sky!)
Episode48 : Hoshi no Shihaisha (The Governor of Stars)
Episode49 : Zetsumetsu no Ashioto (FootstEpisodeisode of Destruction)
Episode50 : Ima, Tatakau Toki (Now, Time to Battle)
Episode51 : AGITΩ (Agito)
Choushinsei Flashman, translated into English as Supernova Flashman, was the tenth Super Sentai series produced by Toei Company. It also aired on TV Asahi on March 1, 1986 to February 21, 1987. This series was broadcast in Latin America under the title Star Commando Flashman (Portuguese and Spanish: Commando Estelar Flashman) and in South Korea as Earth Protector Flashman.
In 1966, 5 children were kidnapped by the an alien group known as the Alien Hunters, for the sake of the Reconstructive Experiment Empire Mess, who wanted samples of humans from Earth to experiment on. They were rescued by the Flash alien race, which took each one to a different planet of the Flash solar system for training. Each of them was trained separately from the others in a range of superpower abilities that will allow them to fight the Reconstructive Experiment Empire Mess. When they finally return to Earth in 1986 to combat Mess, who is now trying to invade it, they use the opportunity to search for their birth parents. It is later that they learn they can only stay on Earth for one year before the now-alien atmosphere of their true planet will physically harm them.
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Four hundred years ago, the ninja and the Youkai had a great war. The legendary Sarutobi Sasuke and other four ninja sealed the Youkai Commander Nurarihyon and all his Youkai's energies away in a cave protected by the "Seal Door". In the present, the only surviving Youkai, Kappa, tricks Sarutobi Sasuke and Kirigakure Saizo's descendants, Saizou and Sasuke, into releasing the Youkai by opening the "Seal Door". Now these two, joined by three other descendants of great ninja, become the Kakuranger to fight the Youkai with the aid of the Sanshinshou.

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Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger vs. Super Sentai aired in 2001. The plot revolves around the Gaorangers meeting up with previous sentai's. Each sentai teaches each one about their Super Sentai past. Past Sentai Heros included Big One from JAKQ Blitzkrieg Squad, Red Falcon from Choujyu Sentai Liveman, Ginga Blue from Seijyu Sentai Gingaman, Daimon from Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGo V, and Mega Pink from Denji Sentai Megaranger. Also all Red's from Himitsu Sentai Goranger till Mirai Sentai Timeranger helped fight in the last battle scene.

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One thousand years ago, a war raged between humans and the demonic Org race. With the help of the Power Animals, the ancient Gao Warriors were able to defeat the Org's leader, Hyakkimaru, and seal the Orgs. Today, the Orgs have begun to revive, and five warriors have been chosen by the Power Animals. They must abandon their current lives and become the new generation of Gaorangers to protect the life of earth.


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The Wahrer Empire destroyed the planet Clin in search of water for its' deity. Two Clinian children, Spielban and Diana, escaped to Earth aboard the Gran Nazca. Having grown up during the long journey, the two don High Tech Crystal Suits to defeat Wahrer, who have come to Earth in search of more water and appearing to the two Clinians yet again. Spielban must avenge his dead mother Anna and homeworld and find his missing father Ben and missing older sister Helen, who have, unknowingly to Spielban at the start of the series, become members of Wahrer against their will. Overtime, they learned they were 10,000 years in the past.

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This movie is an alternate ending to the series, taking place after the events of episode 46. With only six Riders remaining in the Rider War: Ryuki (Shinji Kido), Knight (Ren Akiyama), Zolda (Shuichi Kitaoka), Ohja (Takeshi Asakura), and Femme (Miho Kirishima), Shirō Kanzaki alerts them to quickly settle the Rider War within three days. One of them must win and become the last survivor before the seventh surviving rider reveals himself. Amidst the impending chaos of the fight between the Riders, Shinji discovers an unbelievable truth about the relationship between Yui Kanzaki and the Mirror World, as well as discovering the existence of his Mirror World doppelganger, Kamen Rider Ryuga.
Kamen Rider V3 , Masked Rider V3 or Masked Rider Version 3 in English, is a Japanese tokusatsu television series. It is the second installment in the popular Kamen Rider Series, and the direct sequel to the original Kamen Rider. It was a joint collaboration between Ishimori Productions and Toei, and was shown on NET from February 17, 1973 to February 9, 1974, with a total of 52 episodes. This is
also the first Kamen Rider show that is officially available on DVD in the west with English subtitles through JN Productions' Generation Kikaida. Hiroshi Miyauchi, who portrays main character Shiro Kazami, also sings the opening theme. Following the success of V3, Miyauchi starred in several tokusatsu series, such as Himitsu Sentai Goranger, JAKQ Dengeki Tai, Kaiketsu Zubat, Tokkei Winspector, Tokkyuu Shirei Solbrain and Chouriki Sentai Ohranger. The meaning for Kamen Rider V3's name was never clearly depicted in the series. The first meaning suggested it was a pun because both Ichigō and Nigō used their powers to energize V3's belt during Shirō Kazami surgery, making him more powerful than its predecessors. However, in the 2007 remake movie Kamen Rider The Next, V3's belt explains it stands for "Version 3" Kamen Rider.


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Occurring between episodes 40 and 41. Shōichi encounters a teenage girl called Sayaka, who ran away from a military facility because of an attack by the Ant Lords. Sayaka has a supernatural ability to foresee the future. Risa Fukami, of the military group GA, wants to use that power to enhance the newly-made G4 System, which was based upon designs stolen from Ozawa. Now, Agito and Gills must fight to stop the Ant Lords' attack, as G3 and G4 settle their score.

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Kamen Rider SD 1993 is an OVA produced by Toei Company.
Uma paródia com base nas franquias Kamen Rider. A parody based on franchises Kamen Rider. Caracteriza super "deformados as várias versões de Kamen Riders colocado em um mundo, onde cada um inimigo tem faixas juntos sob o comando do "Grande Líder", sob o nome "Gran Shocker". Foi lançado em 23 de janeiro de 1993. It features super "deformed the various versions of Kamen Riders placed in a world where every enemy has a track together under the command of" Great Leader ", under the name" Gran Shocker. "Was launched on January 23, 1993.

The main characters, Ultraman and Kamen Rider 1 appear on scene separately, each fighting an original kaijin and kaiju. When the two monsters are going to be destroyed, they merge into a more powerful kaiju. Ultraman experiences trouble and calls for Kamen Rider 1's help. Kamen Rider 1 is then able to grow to enormous size to fight alongside Ultraman. Combining their powers, the two were able to successfully destroy the monster.


The Special features all three Riders plus the first appearances of G3 Mild & Agito Shining Form. Shōichi encounters his old friend and teacher and fights an Unknown at night and reaches Burning Form, but goes out of control. Then, the teacher helps him control it. All three Riders fight against the Beetle Lord. The story is ended with a mysterious girl stalking G4 project and to be continued in the movie.

There is a difference concerning the series' plot and the special's plot. In the special, Tōru Hōjō finds out the truth about Shōichi's identity by secretly hearing a conversation between him and his teacher, as he stands behind a window and listens to them. In the series, however, Hōjō ambushes Agito as he flees from the battle scene and sees as he reverts back to Shōichi, ultimately arresting him.




this is a special hyper-battle movie of Kamen Rider Blade

Scientists believe that 65,000,000 years ago, a meteorite's crash on Earth killed off the dinosaurs, but in truth, it split Earth into two parallel universes: The Earth we know is referred to as "Another-Earth" by the residents of the Earth where dinosaurs were still the superior species, Dino Earth. Overtime, the Dragonoid and Burstosaur races came into being on Dino Earth but were at war with the Evoliens, enities that emerged from the meteor. The two Earths are separate until Asuka, a Dragnoid from Dino Earth, arrives on Earth via a transdimensional portal. However, he is followed by the Evoliens in their Anamolicarus spaceship and the three Burstosaurs under their control. As the Burstosaurs Tyrannosaurus, Ptreranodon, and Triceratops attack Tokyo, a call is sent out to three destined ones who possess Dino Guts to gain the powers to tame the three beasts. Together with their Burstosaur partners, the three become Abarangers to protect their dimension from the Evoliens. In time another Abaranger appears, but he takes the name "AbareKiller" and fights the others while the Evoliens carry out their ultimate goal: the resurrection of their god.

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Kamen Rider Ryuki: Ryuki vs Kamen Rider Agito begins with Shinji Kido introducing himself at ORE and was about to show his data on the Kamen Rider when he senses a Mirror Monster on the move. Once at a warehouse in Mirror World, Ryuki is shocked to find a dozen Mirror Monsters and all of them are acting out their character by surrounding Ryuki. He is then saved from an attack by Knight, Zolda, Ohja, who are all acting out of character as heroes who fight to protect freedom and peace. The four attempt to fight the Mirror Monsters' leader: Kamen Rider Agito in Burning Form. All of a sudden, the "real" Kamen Rider Agito appears and helps the riders in their fight against his Mirror World doppelganger and the Mirror Monster/Lord Beast army. As the others deal with the monsters, both Ryuki & Agito work together to perform the Double Rider Kick to destroy Imit-Agito. But Shinji then wakes up at the cafe to realise that it is all a dream. From Faiz onward, the Riders in a series would be reviewed.


The movie is titled GoGo Sentai Boukenger The Movie: The Greatest Precious , which occurs between Tasks 28 and 29. It was released in theaters on August 5, 2006. A mysterious being called Muse awakens, announcing the Precious to whoever gets to her first, causing a 5-way confronation between the Boukengers, Gajah, the Jaryuu, DarkShadow and the Questers. Even Satoru's father, Kouichi is involved. But as Satoru learns while dealing with his father ideals, the prize is more treacherous than the path to it.
Kamen Rider 555 The Movie: Paradise Lost , was released during the run of the series, on August 16, 2003 and was 81 minutes long. A few new characters and Rider Gears were introduced in the movie. The character of Leo/Kamen Rider Psyga, played by Peter Ho, became the first non-Japanese Kamen Rider, although the Saban adaptation of Kamen Rider BLACK RX, Masked Rider, featured American actor TJ Roberts as the main character. Paradise Lost takes place in an alternate universe which answers the question "What would happen if Orphnochs ruled the world?" In the near future, the world is ruled by the Smart Brain Corporation, with 90% of the population being Orphnoch, and the once prominent human race is nearing extinction. Takumi Inui, Kamen Rider Faiz, was once regarded as mankind’s savior until, in an attack by Smart Brain troops, he was presumed dead. Since then, human rebel groups have staged attacks on Smart Brain's complex in an attempt to steal the top-secret Emperor Belts, with no success. Kiba Yuji, Naoya Kaidō and Yuka Osada attempt to ease tensions between both races but their peace meeting is interrupted by Smart Brain troops and their newest warrior, Kamen Rider Psyga. Takumi, believing himself a young cobbler named Takeshi, regains his memory and becomes Kamen Rider Faiz again to settle things with Smart Brain once and for all.


Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Fighting Demons

Movie Edition Kamen Rider Hibiki & The Seven Fighting Demons is the movie presentation of the Japanese tokusatsu Kamen Rider Hibiki, directed by Tarō Sakamoto and written by Toshiki Inoue. The movie's title and plot is a reference to the classic Akira Kurosawa film, the Seven Samurai. The movie serves as an alternate introduction to Kamen Rider Hibiki's final form and also explains the history of the Makamou and Oni war. The film was produced by Ishinomori Productions and Toei, the producers of all the previous television series and films under the Kamen Rider franchise. Following the tradition of all Heisei Kamen Rider movies, it is a double bill with 2005's Super Sentai movie, Mahou Sentai Magiranger: The Bride of Infershia. This was the first of the Heisei era Kamen Rider movies to not have a two word subtitle. This movie also served as the introduction of the new director and writer team that would later go on to replace producers Shigenori Takadera and Shinichiro Shirakura in the series. The movie's theme song was titled "Flashback" by rin.


Kamen Rider , translated as Masked Rider, is a weekly sci-fi story created by renowned Japanesemangaka Shōtarō Ishinomori. It debuted as a tokusatsu television series on April 3, 1971 and ran until February 10, 1973, airing on the Mainichi Broadcasting System and NET TV (now TV Asahi). A manga adaptation was also featured in Shōnen Magazine around the same period. The series has spawned many sequels and evolved into a franchise which is still going after 3 decades. The cultural impact of the series in Japan resulted in Akimasa Nakamura naming 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.


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Doctors Kazamatsuri and Onizuka are geneticists researching cures on diseases such as AIDS and cancer by performing experiments to strengthen the human body. The test subject is Shin Kazamatsuri, motorcycle racer son of Doctor Kazamatsuri. Unknown to them, their operation is funded by a syndicate group, who plan to use this research to have the bodies of men strengthened for their own gain—they have already been experimenting in the field of cyborg soldiers, to a less-than-successful attempt. However, they did not count on Onizuka's own secret ambitions; the mad Onizuka wanted to create a new species, by fusing a grasshopper's DNA with the test subject's, in order to start a new civilization and be their god. He has tested on himself, but seems to be having greater success with Shin.

Meanwhile, a murderous creature is stalking the city, while Shin dreams of it. While he believes he is the one causing the murders, he eventually finds of Onizuka's plan and discovers that it's Onizuka who has been behind the killings. Onizuka has experimented on himself and altered his genes, making him a humanoid grasshopper; the telepathy of grasshoppers allowed him to communicate with Shin, resulting in his witnessing the murders.

The syndicate learns of Onizuka's plans and have him institutionalized. As if the syndicate were not enough, a CIA agent tracks Shin and wants him eliminated, for he doesn't know the true threat he could pose. The repulsed Shin digs to find out all he can about the experiment he foolishly volunteered to be a part of, which is now altering his body and putting him and his loved ones in danger.


Cutie Honey: The Live (キューティーハニー THE LIVE Kyūtī Hanī Za Raibu) is a Japanese tokusatsu production of the popular Cutie Honey manga and anime series chief directed by Makoto Yokoyama and written primarily by Toshiki Inoue. It began airing on TV Tokyo on October 2, 2007. Gravure idol Mikie Hara (原 幹恵 Hara Mikie) portrays Honey Kisaragi, the title character.
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Ten thousand years ago, a massive battle known as the Battle Royal was fought by fifty-two Undead, each representing a species fighting for dominance over all others. The winner was the Human Undead, known as Category Two of Hearts, giving dominion of the Earth to humanity. In the present day, archaeologists discover the sealed Undead, and accidentally set them free. Thus, a new Battle Royal begins. Having developed the Rider System, based on the Joker's ability to copy sealed Undead, the organization BOARD equips two young men, who become Kamen Riders: Kazuma Kenzaki and Sakuya Tachibana fight together as Blade and Garren to protect humans from Undead and seal them. Also fighting Undead is the mysterious Chalice, a Kamen Rider whose purpose is unknown. In addition, a young man struggles to free himself from the control of the sealed Undead powering his own Undead-made Rider System, fighting as Kamen Rider Leangle.

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Last update: 6 March 2011