The fourteenth Heisei-Era Rider series, Kamen Rider Wizard began its run back in September of 2012, replacing Kamen Rider Fourze on the Super Hero Time programming block next to Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters. The series is magic themed. The riders (mainly Wizard and Beast) are referred to as mages and draw their power from magical energy generated from Phantoms locked within their bodies. Phantoms are born from the deep despair of humans with magical potential, known as Gates. It’s Wizard’s mission to protect humanity, especially the Gates, from the darkness of their hearts and the threat of the Phantoms.
October 6, 2013 is the premier date for the next Kamen Rider series, number six in the “New Heisei” Era, 24th overall: Kamen Rider Gaim.
What could be more awesome than playing as your favorite Kamen Rider? Playing as all the Kamen Riders, of course. Kamen Rider Battride War (Playstation 3) seeks to fulfill that fantasy for little Japanese boys and Rider fans alike. Find out How much I liked playing it…
Today will be short and sweet. Kamen Rider W has been pretty cool this year, but all good things eventually come to an end, and W‘s end is on the horizon. That means a new Rider will soon step up.…
I just got off work, and I’ve been thinking about this all day. I’m sure another long session of soul searching will go into this before I actually post this. “What?,” you ask? This – Tokusatsu Tuesday #31, Vol. 2…
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