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Thursday, October 6, 2011

OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders

OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders (オーズ・電王・オールライダー レッツゴー仮面ライダー Ōzu Den'ō Ōru Raidā: Rettsu Gō Kamen Raidā?) is a film released on April 1, 2011, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series. The catchphrase for the movie is "The world, these are Japan's heroes!!" (世界よ、これが日本のヒーローだ!! Sekai yo, kore ga nihon no hīrō da!!?). While the film will feature all of the franchise's protagonists, the main heroes of the original Kamen Rider (#1), Kamen Rider Den-O, and Kamen Rider OOO will be the main characters. The film's subtitle "Let's Go Kamen Riders" is an homage to the theme song of the original series, "Let's Go!! Rider Kick" (レッツゴー!!ライダーキック Rettsu Gō!! Raidā Kikku?). The film also marks the 60th Anniversary of the Toei Company and to commemorate it, the film features characters from other works of Shotaro Ishinomori: Kikaider, Kikaider 01, Inazuman, and Zubat.

A preview airing of the film originally scheuled for March 15, 2011, was cancelled as the venue's structure was compromised as a result of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.


The course of history is accidentally changed when Ankh leaves behind an O Medal in the past after Kamen Rider OOO helps Den-O and New Den-O chase a Mole Imagin all the way back to November 11, 1971. When they return to the present time on April 1, 2011, they discover that Shocker succeeded in conquering the world and now Kamen Rider #1 and #2 are Shocker's top agents. In order to defeat Shocker, Kamen Rider OOO and the Den-Liner gang must travel back in time to gather other Kamen Riders to defeat Shocker and restore the proper timeline.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Kamen Rider Fourze

Kamen Rider Fourze (仮面ライダーフォーゼ Kamen Raidā Fōze?) is an upcoming Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series, being the thirteenth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-second overall. It is scheduled to begin began airing on September 4, 2011, the week following the conclusion of Kamen Rider OOO. Trademarks on the title were filed by Toei in April 2011 The series is planned to commemorate both the Kamen Rider Series' 40th anniversary but also the 50th anniversary of spaceflight, which began with Yuri Gagarin's flight in 1961. The show's catchphrase is "Youth switches on into outer space!" (青春スイッチオンで宇宙キター! Seishun suitchi on de uchū kitā!?), referencing the Fourze Driver (フォーゼドライバー Fōze Doraibā?) transformation belt which gets its various powers from devices called Astro Switches (アストロスイッチ Asutoro Suitchi?) to conjure attachments to Fourze's limbs. As with the two previous series, the protagonist of Fourze will make his debut in the annual summer film of the show's direct predecessor, appearing in Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core Medals.


The series will focus on Gentaro Kisaragi, a second-year student at Amanogawa Academy High School (天ノ川学園高校 Amanogawa Gakuen Kōkō?, "Amanogawa" translates as Milky Way) who has a bad-boy image but seeks to make friends with those he meets at the school by forming a Kamen Rider Club. He is joined in the club by Kengo Utahoshi, who has a strange switch-like device called an Astro Switch, along with access through his locker to a lunar base called the Rabbit Hutch (ラビットハッチ Rabitto Hatchi?) and the super-bike known as the Machine Masshigurar (マシンマッシグラー Mashin Masshigurā?), and Yuki Jojima, a self-professed space otaku who also knows of the Astro Switches and the lunar base. They are opposed by third-year student Miu Kazashiro, a cheerleader and the self-appointed queen of Amanogawa High; assisted by Shun Daimonji, third-year student captain of the school's American football team; Tomoko Nozama, a first-year student and Goth girl who always carries around her tablet computer; and JK, another first-year student who often trades secrets for favors. The second-year homeroom teacher and classic literature teacher is Sarina Sonoda, who all of her students trust, and Chuta Ohsugi serves as the school's geoscience teacher. There is also a mysterious red-eyed man who is seen around Amanogawa High with a mysterious item called the Zodiarts Switch (ゾディアーツスイッチ Zodiātsu Suitchi?)

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Kamen Rider W Returns: Kamen Rider Eternal

Kamen Rider Eternal (仮面ライダーエターナル Kamen Raidā Etānaru?), set for release on July 21, 2011 (with rentals out on July 8), is primarily a flashback story set before the events of Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate.

After taking out a Sweets Dopant, Kamen Rider Double encounters a strange woman who tries to kill the two-in-one Kamen Rider with her psychic powers to avenge Katsumi Daido, the man who almost destroyed Futo. Assuming LunaMetal to restrain her, Shotaro and Philip demand answers on why she would avenge the death of a terrorist. However, upon revealing a harmonica that was his, the psychic reveals that Daido was actually a hero before playing it.

The scene flashes back to Daido's near death experience and conversion by his mother into a Necro-Over. However, after passing every inhumane experimentation, Daido learns that NEVER Project was rejected in favor of the Museum's Gaia Memories. Sometime later, after reviving Reika as the newest member of NEVER, Daido leads his group of six to a country in Southeast Asia to take out a terrorist cell located there without mercy with Reika being tutored by the others in her new life. However, NEVER finds themselves face to face with the psychic as she overwhelms the undead supersoldiers with her powers. Only Daido takes the psychic down, but spares her life. She introduces herself as Mina before a pair of psychic-powered soldiers, Lloyd and Shion, arrive to take Mina back to Doctor Prospect, a Foundation X scientist. Taking Mina with them, they are confronted by Jun Kazu, who assumes the form of Kamen Rider Eternal Red Flare. When Daido touches the Lost Driver, Kazu is forced to eject the incompatible Eternal Memory and uses his psychic power on Daido and Reika before Mina turns herself in.

Coming to, Daido finds himself held hostage by the psychics. He attempts to flee before realizing they are prisoners of Prospect as well. Daido is forced to fight them off before Mina stops them and reveals that they have no choice but to follow Prospect. By then, Prospect arrives and uses his Eyes Memory to put all the psychics, which he calls Quarks, under his control. However, Daido is not intimidated as Prospect becomes the Eyes Dopant and easily overpowers Daido as his body begins to fail him. However, after breaking free from her confinement in the complex, Reika arrives to spirit Daido away. Mina finds Daido's harmonica and tracks Daido down to return it, but accidentally accesses his memories. She reveals that Daido and Reika can not escape as long as the Heaven's Horn barrier is active. Taking Reika's bio-stabilizer at her request, Daido revitalizes himself as he and Reika free the Quarks despite their refusal out of fear. After using his harmonica to calm them down, Daido gives them the drive to rebel before giving Mina the harmonica and going off towards the complex.

As Reika and the Quarks fight off the Foundation X Quarks, Daido makes his way to Prospect's manor where he is confronted by Kazu as he reveals Museum's location in Futo before becoming the Utopia Dopant, stating that he is more compatible with the Utopia Memory. Though no match for the Utopia Dopant, Daido manages to get the Eternal Memory and his perfect synchronization with it allows him to become Kamen Rider Eternal Blue Flare. With his newfound power, Kamen Rider Eternal kills Kazu and destroys Prospect's controls to Heaven's Horn. As the rest of NEVER arrives to take out his soldiers and get the Quarks out, the Eyes Dopant attacks Kamen Rider Eternal before revealing that he will kill all the Quarks with his power. Despite making his way to them, Daido arrives too late to save the Quarks. Mina is the only one left standing until she collapses in his arms. The Eyes Dopant's actions prove to only drive Daido insane as he thanks Prospect for teaching him what Hell truly is before he transforms into Kamen Rider Eternal to send the Eyes Dopant there with the support from his group before he finishes the job with the Eternal Requiem Maximum Drive. As Prospect dies, Daido realizes that the Eternal Memory has been damaged in the fight and he discards it. The maddened Daido decides to stick it to the Museum by going to Futo. However, as Kazu was taken by his fellow Foundation X members to be converted into a Necro-Over, it is revealed that Mina survived the Eyes Dopant's attack.

With her story finished, Shotaro and Philip try to comfort Mina even though she knew the man she loved died that day. As she is taken to the hospital, Shotaro and Philip arrive to the site of their fight with Kamen Rider Eternal to pay their final respects to Daido as now that they understand the method behind his madness.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Shin Kamen Rider Spirits

Kamen Rider ZO Manga

Based on the live action movie. Masaru Aso has gone missing from the public, due to being used as a genetic experiment by Doctor Mochizuki in order to create a perfect lifeform. Aso goes to hide in the forests before he was summoned to save Dr. Mochizuki's son, Hiroshi, from being targeted by monsters from Neo Organism.

Kamen Rider Spirits

Kamen Rider SPIRITS (仮面ライダーSPIRITS, Kamen Raidā Supirittsu?, trans. Masked Rider Spirits) is an ongoing manga adaptation of the popular Kamen Rider franchise by Kenichi Muraeda. The focus of the story is on the original ten Kamen Riders with shifting focus on main characters. The original series ended when Magazine Z ceased publication and was then revived in Monthly Shōnen Magazine under the title Shin Kamen Rider SPIRITS (新・仮面ライダーSPIRITS, Shin Kamen Raidā Supirittsu?, New Masked Rider SPIRITS). Unlike the live action series in which its characters have portrayed, it is considered darker like its manga predecessor in 1972 and more mature.


Following the end of the Kamen Rider Super-1 television series, Kamen Rider Spirits begins by following the lives of the original Kamen Riders in various stand alone stories. The manga then introduces the tenth Kamen Rider, Kamen Rider ZX, ignoring the events of the Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! television special and make an alternate origin story. The manga also ties up loose story ends from the various TV series, such as how Riderman survived the Pluton Rocket Explosion and why Stronger's partner, Tackle, was never acknowledged as a Kamen Rider.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core

Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダーオーズ&ダブル feat.スカル MOVIE大戦CORE Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Ōzu ando Daburu fīcharingu Sukaru: Mūbī Taisen Koa?) is a 2010 film in the Kamen Rider Series, featuring the casts and characters of Kamen Rider W and Kamen Rider OOO. Originally announced in a teaser at the end of the film Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate, film was released in Japan on December 18, 2010. The catchphrase for the movie is "Kamen Riders, to the inner core of the Earth." (仮面ライダー、地球の中心「核」(コア)へ。 Kamen Raidā, chikyū no chūshin koa e?). Actor Taro Yamamoto guest stars in the film as the former partner of Sokichi Narumi, Koji Kikkawa reprising his role as the character. Both Kikkawa and Maki Ohguro are tied to a theme song (and music video) for the film, recording the song "HEART∞BREAKER" under the band name "DaiKichi" (DaiKichi~大吉~?). The character of Kamen Rider Birth made its debut in the films.

Movie War Core opened at number 1 in Japanese box offices in its first weekend, unseating Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 from its two week position.


Like Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010, Movie War Core is split into three parts. The Kamen Rider W portion of the film, written by Riku Sanjo, is titled Kamen Rider Skull: Message for Double (仮面ライダースカル メッセージforダブル Kamen Raidā Sukaru: Messēji fō Daburu?). The story features Ryu Terui preparing for his wedding to Akiko Narumi. However, Shotaro Hidari and Philip are distracted by the presence of the male Pteranodon Yummy (プテラノドンヤミー Puteranodon Yamī?) who has somehow acquired the Memory Memory. The Pteranodon Yummy uses these powers to reveal to Shotaro and Philip how Shotaro's mentor Sokichi Narumi became Kamen Rider Skull with Shroud's aid, along with his fight against the Spider Dopant (スパイダー・ドーパント Supaidā Dōpanto?) and Eren Komori who transforms into the Bat Dopant (バット・ドーパント Batto Dōpanto?). Both Dopants are an homage to the first two inhumanoids (Spider Man (蜘蛛男 Kumo Otoko?) and Bat Man (蝙蝠男 Kōmori Otoko?)) from the original Kamen Rider television series. The Kamen Rider OOO portion of the film, written by Toshiki Inoue, is titled Kamen Rider OOO: Nobunaga's Desire (仮面ライダーオーズ ノブナガの欲望 Kamen Raidā Ōzu Nobunaga no Yokubō?). The Kougami Foundation has discovered the mummified remains of Oda Nobunaga and have created a Cell Medal-based homonculus of the man with his memories. Dubbed Nobunaga (ノブナガ?), the Kougami Foundation place him in Eiji Hino's care. However, a bug in the computer software used to resurrect him causes Nobunaga to seek conquest of Japan, using the powers of three black Core Medals given to him by Kiyoto Maki to become a Greeed-like being. Eiji must stop Nobunaga before it is too late until another Pteranodon Yummy starts to interfere.

In the final portion of the film entitled Movie War Core (MOVIE大戦CORE Mūbī Taisen Koa?), the evil energy-based giant Kamen Rider Core, is a magma energy-based monster created from the memories of all of the past Kamen Riders. Kamen Riders Double and OOO must team up to defeat Core before the Earth is destroyed.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Let's Go Kamen Rider Net Movie

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Saban's Masked Rider

Masked Rider is an American adaptation of the Japanese television series Kamen Rider Black RX, the ninth in a line of series in the popular Kamen Rider Series franchise. It was produced by Saban and aired on FOX part of the Fox Kids program block from September 16, 1995 to August 31, 1996 and then in syndication from September 9, 1996 to September 1997.

The main title character of Masked Rider was featured on a 3-part Power Rangers episode, "A Friend in Need," one week before his own series debuted. The Rangers themselves were never mentioned in the Masked Rider television series, however, as Saban reformatted the series to sever links with Power Rangers, because the popularity of that series was declining at the time. The Rangers did, however, make a guest appearance in Masked Rider's short-lived comic book adaptation.

Like the early seasons of Power Rangers and VR Troopers, Masked Rider's battle and villain scenes were taken from Japanese stock footage – specifically Kamen Rider Black RX, (with a few exceptions, they'd occasionally have the American actors interact with the Japanese villain footage like with the episode "Exit Nafaria, Enter Barbaria", which seems to be filmed with American footage. Episodes also occasionally had Ferbus interact with Combat chopper and Magno (which were Japanese stock props) but also the two Japanese Kamen Rider movies Kamen Rider ZO and Kamen Rider J.


The series began with the main character, Dex, escaping the Plague Patrol with a small group of Edenoites rebels, before leaving for Earth, the next target of his sinister uncle Count Dregon, who ruled Edenoi with an iron fist after displacing Dex's grandfather, King Lexian, who also gave Dex the Masked Rider powers (where the powers came from is a mystery, although apparently they have been in use for some time by Edenoi's champions). Arriving on Earth in a massive crater, Dex finds himself in the care of the Stewarts, a multiracial family consisting of a white father and daughter (named Hal and Molly respectively), an Asian wife (Barbara), and an African-American son (Albee). The addition of an extra Stewart was not noticed by anyone (although, according to Albee, he and Molly are adopted) in Leawood, the town where the series took place in. Dex defends the town as Masked Rider from Count Dregon and his vicious Insectovores.

Edenoi was mentioned in Power Rangers as the planet where Alpha 5 (and presumably the Alpha line of robots) was created, though not one single building or factory to be seen on the planet surface of Edenoi; it is largely assumed that Count Dregon's domination of the planet was absolute and rendered it a dying husk. Indeed, the original storyline saw Dex being dispatched to Earth by his grandfather as Edenoi was prepared to explode, ripping into an aspect of the Superman mythology. The scene in which Dex is given his powers by King Lexian (a scene which differs from the televised version) remains in the title sequence, possibly one of the few remaining aspects of the original pilot.

Dex's Masked Rider armor was also eventually given upgrades to change into "Masked Rider Super Gold," a gold-and-black variation equipped with a powerful laser rifle, the Ecto-Ray, and "Masked Rider Super Blue," a blue-and-grey variation with the power of liquified teleportation and a powerful saber, the Blue Saber.

Edenoites are descended from insects, not apes. Dex is not aware that humans did not evolve from bugs (as he discovered in an episode where he gives a report about how humans evolved from insects). Edenoites also possess telepathic abilities that are focused through a gem in the forehead, which can be hidden telepathically, though in times of stress can become visible. The gem is capable of focusing mental energy, as well as creating mental imagery that can be shared with others. Dex apparently possesses the knowledge needed to detoxify Leawood's rivers using solar-powered lasers.

Dex had a furry friend named Ferbus, a small bear/duck-like creature that followed him to Earth. Ferbus was kept hidden by Molly and Albee because Hal was allergic to fur. Ferbus is eventually revealed to the entire family during the course of the series.

Dex is a loquacious individual. In the first episode, Molly and Albee told him to speak like a regular person, and that he could learn how to do that by watching TV. Sadly, Dex misunderstood and spoke like a television show announcer.

Masked Rider Special 2

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Kamen Rider W Returns: Kamen Rider Accel

Kamen Rider Accel (仮面ライダーアクセル Kamen Raidā Akuseru?), set for release on April 21, 2011 (with rentals out on April 8), is a story set after the events of Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core. While settling into married life with Akiko, Ryu Terui is brought onto a case involving a woman named Aoi Katsuragi. But framed for murdering a fellow officer, he goes on the run to a furious Akiko's shock under the idea that he is two-timing her. In the process, Ryu learns that Aoi's father was murdered by the Commander Dopant (コマンダー・ドーパント Komandā Dōpanto?), leader of the One Dopant Army (ワン・ドーパント・アーミー Wan Dōpanto Āmī?), who uses his Kamen Soldiers (仮面兵士 Kamen Heishi?, Masked Soldiers) to find the Gaia Memory Enhancement Adapter (ガイアメモリ強化アダプター Gaia Memori Kyōka Adaputā?) to make him stronger. Fighting the Commander Dopant, Accel acquires a new form.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Kamen Rider Dragon Knight

Kamen Rider Dragon Knight is the Daytime Emmy Award-winning American adaptation of the Japanese tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Ryuki, the twelfth installment of the Kamen Rider Series. It was brought to television by Steve and Michael Wang and produced by Jimmy Sprague through Adness Entertainment. The series had a sneak premiere on December 13, 2008, but started official broadcasting on January 3, 2009 and played throughout the year. Adness chose to adapt Ryuki over the other Heisei Rider shows as it has a large number of characters (Ryuki had 13 Riders in total) as well as a female Rider. It is also the first tokusatsu adaptation of a Kamen Rider Series since Saban's Masked Rider, which was adapted from Kamen Rider Black RX. The show first aired in the United States on The CW Television Network during its The CW4Kids programming block. Statements by director Steve Wang and male lead Stephen Lunsford show that The CW had dropped Dragon Knight at the end of the year before its final two episodes aired in the US. The final episodes were uploaded to the 4Kids TV website on December 18, 2009. The series has seen some international DVD releases, but as of yet there has been no indication that the series will see release on DVD in America, largely due to its cancellation before the airing of the final two episodes.

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.

In 2010, Dragon Knight was nominated for and won the Daytime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Stunt Coordination", a new category for the Daytime Emmys.


While searching for his missing father, Kit Taylor finds an Advent Deck – a special card deck that allows the carrier to transform into a Kamen Rider and utilize unique weapons and powers – and uses it to become Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. He butts heads with Len, who serves as Kamen Rider Wing Knight, but the pair join forces after Kit learns that the wicked General Xaviax has imprisoned his father and is using him and the other humans that his monsters abduct to gain power and rebuild his homeworld. Xaviax tricks people on Earth to work for him by promising them whatever they want. Kit wonders why Xaviax has to trick them and why he doesn't just find bad guys to do the work for him. Len tells Kit that the decks were only made for one person, and that only a person with an exact DNA match as the original Ventaran rider could use it. Later on Kase, a fellow survivor of Ventara like Len, joins forces with Len and Kit to fight Xaviax. In addition to training Kit to fight like a Rider, Len and Kase tell Kit all about the thirteen Riders who banded together as the protectors of Ventara – a world opposite to our own – to take Xaviax down. However, due to the traitorous actions of Kit's predecessor, Adam, General Xaviax destroyed most of the Riders via a process called Venting – which traps defeated Riders in the "Advent Void" between dimensions forever – and stole their Advent Decks. Furthermore, Xaviax continues to send out his Riders who fight to eliminate Kit, Len, and the other Riders who oppose him. After Kit is Vented, Xaviax recruits Adam to once again become Dragon Knight. Meanwhile, Len uses his Advent Deck to awaken the Advent Master Eubulon, who brings back the Ventaran Kamen Riders from the Advent Void, including Kit who becomes Kamen Rider Onyx. He also brings back Kase, who is hurt and allows Eubulon to reassign the Advent Deck to Maya Young. Once Kase is better, Maya gives back the deck and the riders head for Xaviax's base to destroy him.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate

Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate (仮面ライダーW(ダブル) FOREVER AtoZ/運命のガイアメモリ Kamen Raidā Daburu Fōebā: Ē tu Zetto/Unmei no Gaia Memori?) is the second film adaptation of the Kamen Rider W television series, released in Japanese theaters on August 7, 2010. It was filmed in 3-D, making it the first feature length 3-D film in the Kamen Rider Series. The film's main guest star is Mitsuru Matsuoka of the band SOPHIA as the film's antagonist Kamen Rider Eternal. Other guest stars include Genki Sudo and Aya Sugimoto. Kamen Rider W Forever was be released as a double feature with the Tensou Sentai Goseiger film Epic on the Movie. The protagonist of Kamen Rider OOO made his first appearance in the film. The catchphrase for the movie is "W Forever - Betting the survival of Futo, Fight!" (Wよ永遠に―風都の存亡を賭けて、戦え! Daburu yo eien ni - Fūto no sonbō o kakete, tatakae!?). At a press conference to promote the film, Matsuoka stated that he would like to have a spin-off television series or film focusing on the characters of NEVER some time after the next television series.


Set between Kamen Rider W episodes 44 and 45, the film focuses on the invasion of Futo by the Special Mercenary Force "NEVER" (特殊傭兵部隊NEVER Tokushu Yōhei Butai Nebā?) led by a man named Katsumi Daido. NEVER has discovered the existence of Foundation X's T2 (Type 2) Gaia Memories (T2(タイプツー)ガイアメモリ Tī Tsū (Taipu Tsū) Gaia Memori?) — 26 next-generation Gaia Memories created by Foundation X based on the Gaia Memories used by the Kamen Riders. After he steals the Eternal Memory, Daido leads NEVER, his top six members using T2 Gaia Memories to assume Dopant forms, in an assault on the city to gather the T2 Gaia Memories scattered across the city. Assisted by Interpol investigator Maria S. Cranberry, Shotaro's investigation into NEVER leads to Philip being captured by the terrorist group in Futo's darkest moment as Futo's Kamen Riders prepare for a final battle.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider

Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider (ウルトラマンVS仮面ライダー Urutoraman Bui Esu Kamen Raidā?) is the name of a television special that aired July 21, 1993 featuring a meetup between Tsuburaya Productions' Ultraman and Toei Company's Kamen Rider.


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.

Kamen Rider SD

Kamen Rider SD (仮面ライダーSD Kamen Raidā Esu Dī?, Masked Rider Super Deformed) is a 1990 manga based on Toei's popular Kamen Rider Series. It features super deformed versions of the various Kamen Riders featured from Kamen Rider through Black RX placed in a cartoonish world, where each enemy of the Riders has banded together under the command of the "Great Leader" under the name "GranShocker." A video game for the Famicom based on the manga was released on January 22, 1993, followed by an OVA titled Kamen Rider SD: Strange!? Kumo Otoko (仮面ライダーSD 怪奇!?クモ男 Kamen Raidā Esu Dī Kaiki!? Kumo Otoko?) released on January 23, 1993.

OVA plot

The OVA begins with the Kamen Rider squad consisting of Black RX, Ichigou, and ZX destroying a GranShocker soldier factory, after which Ichigou decides to speed around the race track whilst Black RX and ZX gamble. After being beat up by ZX for welching on his losses, Black RX reveals he has fallen in love with Michiru, an instructor at a local Sportsclub.
Ichigou, Tachibana and ZX decide to help Black RX win Michiru over. After ZX's plan goes completely wrong, Michiru is kidnapped by Kumo Otoko. Shortly afterwards, Black RX is ordered to come alone to a cave to retrieve her from GranShocker. Defying Ichigou and ZX's advice, Black RX goes to save Michiru, only to find she's been brainwashed and ordered to kill him. Black RX is beaten senseless by Kumo and Michiru and is helpless to retaliate.
After Ichigou and ZX show up to help, Tachibana calls in V3's squad for assistance. V3, X, and Super-1 make short work of GranShocker's troops while Ichigou and ZX assist Black RX. Super-1 is able to break the mind control over Michiru, after which Black RX destroys Kumo-Otoko.
Afterwards, Michiru is awoken by V3, who instantly becomes smitten with her. V3 and Michiru ride off into the sunset, while Black RX is left behind to cry over his loss, which he quickly forgets after triumphantly burying the defeated General Jak in the sand.