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Kamen Rider X


Kamen Rider X the series aired in 1974 and ran for 35 episodes. Keisuke Jin and his father Kentaro Jin are attack by the Government Of Darkness (GOD), Keisuke and Kentaro are both mortally wounded in the attack, but before he dies, Kentaro transforms his son into Kamen Rider X. Many of the monsters Kamen Rider X faced were based on Greek mythology and later on various animals and historic figures.

Download Kamen Rider X Episodes:

1. X-X-X-Rider is Born!!
2. Run, Cruiser! X-Rider!!
3. Assassination Dark Spider Operation!!
4. G.O.D., the Shadow of Fear!!
5. The One-Eyed Monster's Human Review Operation!
6. The Japanese Islands Fragmentation Plan!
7. The Terrible Genius Human Project!
8. Mystery!? Little Earth - Middle Earth - Big Earth
9. X-Rider's Great Deadly Training
10. G.O.D. Secret Police! Apollo Geist!!
11. The Invulnerable Water Snake Monster Hydra!
12. Sweep the ESPer Girl Away!
13. G.O.D. Radamus's Great Prophecy!
14. Apollo Geist, Mad Insect Underworld
15. G.O.D.'s Secret Base! X-Rider Sneaks In!!
16. Counterattacking Apollo Geist! X-Rider in Danger!!
17. Scary! Humans are Being Made into Books!!
18. Scary! It's G.O.D.'s Cat Disguise Operation!!
19. The Corpses at the Ghost Mansion Call!!
20. A Ghost!? The Mysterious Snake Man Appears!!
21. Apollo Geist's Last General Attack!!
22. The Terrible Great Giant! King Dark Appears!!
23. King Dark! The Demon's Invention!!
24. Revenge Demon Geronimo! The Silent Attack!!
25. The Mysterious Thief, Rhinocerous Beetle Lupin!!
26. Underworld's Dictator, Starfish Hitler!!
27. Special Edition, Full Force of Five Riders!!
28. Look! X-Rider's Great Transformation!!
29. Deathmatch!! X-Rider vs. X-Rider!!
30. I Want Blood! The Monster of the Corpse Swamp!!
31. Stand! King Dark!!
32. Showdown! King Dark vs. X Rider
33. Fear! King Dark's Revenge!!
34. The Weapon of Terror Aims at Three Riders!!
35. Farewell, X-Rider


Download Kamen Rider X Movies:

1. Kamen Rider X
2. Kamen Rider X: Five Riders vs. King Dark


Download Kamen Rider X Songs:

Opening theme:

"Set Up! Kamen Rider X"
Lyrics: Shotaro Ishinomori
Composition: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Ichirou Mizuki

Ending theme:

"Ore wa X Kaizorg"
Lyrics: Saburo Yatsude
Composition: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Ichirou Mizuki

Kamen Rider Movies: (1974) Kamen Rider X: Five Riders vs. King Dark

During a motocross practice, Keisuke Jin is ambushed by two of G.O.D.'s kaijin warriors. He transforms into Kamen Rider X, but little does he know that his battle is recorded and analyzed by King Dark to create a super kaijin. Meanwhile, other G.O.D. kaijin are attacking children all over Tokyo. But before the other Riders intervene, the kaijin mysteriously disappear. Upon learning about King Dark's latest plans, Kamen Rider X joins forces with the four Riders to stop G.O.D. and their revived kaijin forces.


Download Kamen Rider X: Five Riders vs. King Dark: [Indowebster]

Kamen Rider Movies: (1974) Kamen Rider X - Reedited episode 3

Reedited episode 3. A little girl named Sayoko witnesses the murder of an Interpol agent by the G.O.D. kaijin Hercules. Keisuke Jin saves her before Hercules disposes of her. Sayoko tells Keisuke that G.O.D. is targeting an important official named Kibara. Kamen Rider X has his hands full when G.O.D abducts Kibara and takes Sayoko and her mother hostage.


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Kamen Rider V3 & Riderman

Kamen Rider V3 airing from 1973 to 1974, the series ran for 52 episodes and followed Shiro Kazami on his quest to gain revenge against the group that murdered his family. Later on, Riderman, the fourth Kamen Rider is introduced as the first long term anti-hero Kamen Rider. The original Kamen Riders also make various appearances over the course of the series to help Kazami.


Download Kamen Rider V3 & Riderman Episodes:


1. Rider No. 3: His Name is V3!
2. Last Testament of the Double Riders
3. The Execution of V3
4. V3's 26 Secrets!?
5. Snake-Man With a Machinegun!
6. Enter, Hammer-Jellyfish! V3 Unleash Your Killing Technique!!
7. The Fury of Rider V3's Special Training
8. Watch Out, V3! Beware the Terrifying Buzzsaw
9. What is the Destron Hell Squad!?
10. Secret of the Double Typhoon
11. The Claws of Evil Reach Out for V3!!
12. Junko Becomes a Mutant's Bride?!
13. Terrifying Commandant: Doctor G!!
14. Secret Memento of the Double Riders
15. Rider V3's Deadly Weakness!!
16. The Missile-Carrying Gecko Mutant!
17. The Devilspray is the Reaper's Weapon
18. V3, Beware the Evil Traitor!
19. Blowfish-Apache's Operation: Torpedo!!
20. Operation: Destron Shikoku Conquest
21. The Double Riders Live
22. Camp of Terror: Mystery of the Underground Canal
23. Terror! Vampire From the Graveyard
24. Mysterious! Cockroach Manor!!
25. Mysterious!! The Destron Ranger Corps
26. Mutant Heater-Cicada's Operation: Mummy!!
27. Zol, Death, Hell & Black Rise from the Grave
28. The Five Commandants' All-Out Attack!!
29. Doctor G's Final Challenge!
30. Doctor G! The True Form of Evil is...?
31. Enter, Baron Tusk: Commandant of Curses!!
32. Spectre of Onibi Swamp: Rider Scouts Annihilated!?
33. V3 in Danger! Riders One and Two Return!!
34. Critical Moment! Baron Tusk vs. The Three Riders!!
35. Baron Tusk's Final Transformation
36. The Winged Corps: Demons of the Sky
37. Mysterious Temple: Curse of the Musasabi Clan!
38. Lone V3 and Cub: Deadly Skydiving!
39. Terror of the Carnivorous Fauna: Plantaingan!!
40. Sudden Death! V3 Mach Kick!!
41. Oh! People Are Melting! Enter, Marshal Armor
42. The Snail-Man's Human Experiments!
43. Friend of Foe? The Mysterious Riderman
44. V3 Versus Riderman
45. Destron's Christmas Present
46. Riderman, Where Will You Go?
47. Ambush! The Destron Leader!
48. Look! The Face of the Destron Leader!!
49. A Gunshot Rings Out! Shiro Kazami Falls!!
50. A Little Friendship
51. You are Kamen Rider 4!!
52. The Last Day of Destron


Download Kamen Rider V3 Movies:

1. Kamen Rider V3: Movie version for episode 2 (1973)
2. Kamen Rider V3 vs. Destron Mutants (1973)
3. Kamen Rider The Next (2007)


Download Kamen Rider Rider V3 Songs:

Opening themes:

"Tatakae! Kamen Rider V3"
Lyrics: Shōtarō Ishinomori
Composer: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Vocals: Hiroshi Miyauchi and The Swingers
Episodes: 1-52


Ending themes:

"Shōnen Kamen Rider Tai no Uta"
Lyrics: Saburō Yatsude
Composer: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Vocals: Ichirou Mizuki and the Columbia Yurikago-Kai
Episodes: 1–42

"Hashire Hurricane"
 Lyrics: Sukeo Nōmi
Composer: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Vocals: Masato Shimon and the Columbia Yurikago-Kai
Episodes: 43-52

Kamen Rider Movies: (2005) Kamen Rider The First


Kamen Rider THE FIRST is a 2005 Japanese tokusatsu film. The film is an adaptation of the television series Kamen Rider, though there are many differences between the film and the original programme; some of these, however, are due to a closer reliance on the original Kamen Rider manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. Written by Toshiki Inoue and directed by Takao Nagaishi, the film stars Masaya Kikawada as Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider 1 and Hassei Takano as Hayato Ichimonji/Kamen Rider 2. The film was released theatrically on December 5, 2005, though it had several early screenings around Tokyo during the previous two months, beginning on October 23, at the Tokyo Film Festival. It was released on Region 2 DVD on April 21, 2006. American anime distributor Media Blasters released the film subtitled-only on Region 1 DVD on April 3, 2007. The film's theme song is "Bright! our Future" by Da Pump, though the opening features a small portion of the original Kamen Rider theme song, "Let's Go!! Rider Kick", sung by Masato Shimon. The film was produced by Ishinomori Productions and Toei, who have also produced every previous television series and films in the Kamen Rider franchise.


Download Kamen Rider The First: [MegaUpload]


Download Kamen Rider The First Songs:


Opening theme:

"Let's Go!! Rider Kick"
Lyrics: Shotaro Ishinomori
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon  

Ending theme:

"Bright! our Future"
Lyrics: ISSA
Composition: ISSA & YUKINARI
Arrangement: YUKINARI & UNAShinji Tanahashi
Artist: DA PUMP

Kamen Rider Movies: (2007) Kamen Rider The Next


Kamen Rider The Next is a 2007 Japanese tokusatsu film directed by Ryuta Tasaki and written by Toshiki Inoue. The film was released on October 27, 2007. The film borrows elements from the Kamen Rider V3 television series and is a sequel to the Kamen Rider The First movie (which was a film adaptation of the original Kamen Rider series). Actor Kazuki Kato, who had previously portrayed Daisuke Kazama/Kamen Rider Drake in Kamen Rider Kabuto, portrayed Shiro Kazami/Kamen Rider V3. Both Masaya Kikawada and Hassei Takano reprise their roles as Takeshi Hongo/Kamen Rider 1 and Hayato Ichimonji/Kamen Rider 2, respectively. It was given a PG-12 rating for its brief nudity and violence.


Download Kamen Rider The Next: [Indowebster]


Download Kamen Rider The Next Songs:

Theme song:

"Chosen Soldier"
Lyrics & Artist: ISSA
Composition: Daisuke Imai

Insert song:

"Platinum Smile"
Lyrics & Artist: Riyu Kosaka
Composition: LOVE+HATE

Kamen Rider Movies: (1973) Kamen Rider V3 vs. Destron Mutants

A physicist named Tetsuo Okita discovers a new mineral called "Satanium," which is more powerful than uranium and emits destructive effects to anyone exposed to it. However, Destron abducts Okita in hopes of finding the source of Satanium and collecting more of it to expedite their run for global domination. Kamen Rider V3 must act fast in rescuing Professor Okita and preventing Destron from collecting more of the deadly mineral.


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Kamen Rider Movies: (1973) Kamen Rider V3: Movie version for episode 2

During a battle against Destron's forces, Shiro Kazami helps a priest who has been attacked by the evil organization's kaijin Hasami-Jaguar. Little does he know that the church where the priest resides is a front for a Destron hideout. After finding out the organization's latest motive, Kamen Rider V3, along with the Double Riders, must stop Destron from detonating a nuclear bomb in Tokyo.


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Kamen Rider Movies: (1972) Kamen Rider vs. Shocker

Professor Daidōji has developed a gravity machine called the GX Device. Unfortunately, Shocker wants it; so they attack the professor and destroy his laboratory, but come home empty-handed. Shocker's agents find out that the plans for the GX Device are with Daidōji's daughter, who is celebrating her birthday. Now the Kamen Riders, along with FBI agent Kazuya Taki, must protect Daidōji's daughter and prevent Shocker from obtaining the plans.


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Kamen Rider Movies: (1993) Kamen Rider SD: Strange!? Kumo Otoko

Kamen Rider SD 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 released on January 23, 1993.

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Kamen Rider Shin

Shin: Kamen Rider Prologue is a 1992 direct-to-video entry in the Kamen Rider Series. Shin is the eleventh production in the franchise, at the time heavily straying from the roots of the franchise. As a work celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise, the film targeted the now-adult fans of the original, taking the bare essence of the Rider character and his origin, placing it in a violent, realistic and modern setting and conveying the driving sorrow of the Kamen Rider character, who finds himself in the center of conspiracy. Such a drastic change in the franchise put off some viewers and the film was not seen as much of a success, therefore eliminating chances of the planned follow-up. On the other hand, some were simply put off by the violence in the film, seeming to be heavily inspired by David Cronenberg's The Fly. This movie features a Kamen Rider whose characterization is closer to a Tokusatsu monster than a hero.

Download Kamen Rider Shin Movie:

1. Shin: Kamen Rider Prologue

Kamen Rider G

Kamen Rider G was a television special featured on Japanese boy band SMAP's television show SmaSTATION on January 31, 2009. Produced in association with Toei Company, TV Asahi, and Ishimori Productions, the special celebrated TV Asahi's 50th year being on the air as well as act as a promotional piece for the 10th Heisei Kamen Rider Series, Kamen Rider Decade. Goro is a sommelier who transforms into the titular Kamen Rider G to fight the former anti-terrorism unit Shade, who captured him and brainwashed into a soldier, before the unit went underground due to the use of kidnapped people as supersoldiers. During a raid at TV Asahi led by Daidō Oda, who demands the release of their imprisoned leader, Seizan Tokugawa, Goro encounters his girlfriend Eri Hinata. She jogs his memory and he attacks his former comrades while getting Eri out of harm's way. This makes Oda reveal his true form as Phylloxera Worm while his subordinates transform into the Acarina Worm, the Subst Worm, the Brachypelma Worm Viridis, and the Cochlea Worm to attempt to destroy the traitor. After an extended fight across the city and countryside, G manages to defeat Phylloxera Worm thanks to the encouragement of Decade and the other primary Heisei Riders appearing before him. Running off, Goro vows to save the world from Shade before returning to Eri.

Download Kamen Rider G Movie:

1. G (with SMAP)

Kamen Rider Movies: (1972) Kamen Rider vs. Ambassador Hell

Takeshi Hongo and FBI agent Kazuya Taki fake their deaths when they are attacked by Shocker soldiers during a motocross race. They disguise themselves as Shocker soldiers and infiltrate the main headquarters, but it doesn't take too long for Ambassador Hell to find their whereabouts and trap them. Before he detonates a bomb within the base, Ambassador Hell tells Kamen Rider 1 and Taki that Shocker is preparing a giant laser capable of destroying cities. Our two heroes must escape from the base's self-destruction and stop Shocker from arming their latest weapon. Not only that, they must rescue Tachibana and the racing club, who have been abducted by Shocker's minions.


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Kamen Rider Movies: (1971) Go Go Kamen Rider - movie version of Episode 13

The Shocker Organization sends two of its Inhumanoids to destroy an atomic plant, but their plan is foiled by an invisible barrier that surrounds the complex. Because of this, they abduct a top soccer player and convert him into Tokageron, a lizard Inhumanoid capable of kicking a 5 kg bomb to destroy the plant's barrier. Kamen Rider must once again combat the Shocker and prevent them from destroying the atomic plant.


Download Go Go Kamen Rider - movie version of Episode 13: [MegaUpload]

Kamen Rider Ichigo & Nigo

Kamen Rider was the very first show in the franchise, airing from 1971 to 1973, the series set up many themes that are still used today. The series followed the battles of the first two Kamen Riders against Shocker and later Gelshocker. The series ran for 98 episodes, making it the longest series to date.

Download Kamen Rider "1" Ichigo & "2" Nigo Episodes:

1. The Mysterious Spider Man
2. The Terrifying Bat Man
3. Monster, Scorpion Man
4. Cannibalism, Sarracenian
5. Monster, Mantis Man
6. Grim Reaper, Chameleon
7. Duel With Grim Reaper Chameleon! World Fair Impression
8. Strangeness! Bee Woman
9. The Terrifying Cobra Man
10. The Revived Cobra Man
11. Bloodsucking Monster, Gebacondor
12. Murder, Yamogelas
13. Lizardron and the Big Monster Army
14. Raid of the Demon Sabotegron
15. Counterattack, Sabotegron
16. Wrestler of the Devil, Pirasaurus
17. Death Match in the Ring: Defeat! Pirasaurus
18. Fossil Man: Mandanger
19. Monster Crabbubbler Appears in Hokkaido
20. Fire-Breathing Caterpillar Monster: Dokugander
21. Dokugander, Confrontation at Osaka Castle
22. Suspicious Merman Amazonia
23. Sky-Flying Monster Musasabedol
24. Deadly Poison Monster Mushroommolg's Sortie!
25. Defeat Mushroommolg!
26. The Terrifying Antlion
27. Mukadelas Monster Classroom
28. Underground Monster Molerang
29. Electric Monster Jellyfishdall
30. Revived Fossil, Bloodsucking Trilobite
31. Deathmatch! Anteater Demon Arigabari
32. Cannibalism Flower, Dokudalian
33. Steel Monster, Armadillong
34. Japan in Danger! Toadgiller's Invasion
35. Murderous Ant Queen, Archimedes
36. Resurrected Mummy Monster, Egyptus
37. Poisonous Gas Monster Trickabuto's G-Plan
38. Lightning Monster Rayking's World Darkness Plan
39. Monster Wolf Man's Huge Murder Party
40. Deathmatch! Monster Snowman vs. Two Riders
41. Magma Monster Ghoster, Decisive Battle at Sakurajima
42. The Devil's Messenger, Mysterious Fly Man
43. Mysterious Birdman Pranodon's Attack
44. Graveyard Monster, Moldbinga
45. Monster Namewhale's Gas Explosion Plan
46. Showdown!! Snow Mountain Monster Bearconger
47. The Death-Calling Ice Devil Todogiller
48. Bloodsucking Marshes of Leechguerilla
49. Cannibalistic Monster, Sea Anemone
50. Monster Turtlestone's Murderous Aurora Program
51. Stone Monster Unicornos vs. Double Rider Kick
52. My Name is Mysterious Birdman Gilgalass
53. Monster Jaguarman's Ready-to-Die Motorbike War
54. Sea Serpent Man of the Phantom Village
55. Cockroach Man!! The Terrifying Bacterial Ad-Balloon
56. Amazon's Poison Butterfly Gireera
57. Tsuchigumo Man Poisonmondo
58. Monster Poison Lizard, Duel in Fear Valley!!
59. The Bottomless Swamp Monster, Earthworm Man!
60. Mysterious Owl Man's Murderous X-Rays
61. Monster Catfishgiller's Electric Hell
62. Monster Hedgehoras' Murder Skull Plan
63. Monster Rhinogang's Autorace of Death
64. Monster Cicadaminga's Song to Kill Everyone
65. Monster Dr. Insect and the Shocker School
66. Shocker Graveyard, Revived Monsters
67. The Shocker Leader Appears! Riders in Danger
68. Doctor Shinigami, the True Meaning of Terror?
69. Monster Gillercricket's Claws of Impending Death
70. Monster Electric-Guitarbotal's Fireball Attack
71. Monster Horseflygomes' Rokkoudai Mountain Pursuit
72. Vampiric Mosquilas vs. Two Riders
73. Double Riders' Defeat! Shiomaneking
74. Deadly Bloodsucking Fiends!! Good Luck, Rider Boys' Squad
75. Poison Flower Monster Roseranga - The Secret of the House of Terror
76. Three Head of Generator Monster Seadragons!!
77. Monster Newtgeth, Duel at the Farm of Hell!!
78. The Dreadful Urchindogma + The Phantom Monster
79. Hell Ambassador!! The True Meaning of Fear?
80. Gel-Shocker Appears! Kamen Rider's Last Day!
81. Kamen Rider Dies Twice!
82. Monster Jellyfish Wolf, Dreadful Rush Hour
83. Monster Inokabuton, Defeat the Rider With Crazy Gas
84. Watch Out, Rider! Isoginjaguar's Hell Trap
85. Sludge Monster, Dreadful Murder Smog
86. Monster Eaglemantis' Human Hunt
87. Gel-Shocker's Delivery Man of Death
88. Bizarre! The Picture of the Black Cat That Calls for Blood
89. Fear's Pet Strategy, Drop Rider into Hell!
90. Fear's Pet Strategy, Rider SOS
91. Gel-Shocker, Enroll in Terror School
92. Atrocity! Fake Kamen Riders!!
93. 8 Kamen Riders
94. The True Identity of the Gel-Shocker Leader
95. Monster Garaox's Sky-Flying Car
96. Takeshi Hongo, Cactus Monster Exposed!?
97. Takeshi Hongo, Transformation Impossible
98. Gel-Shocker Annihilated! The End of the Leader!!


Download Kamen Rider "1" Ichigo & "2" Nigo Movies:

1. Go Go Kamen Rider - movie version of Episode 13 (1971)
2. Kamen Rider vs. Shocker (1972)
3. Kamen Rider vs. Ambassador Hell (1972)
4. Kamen Rider The First (2005)
5. Kamen Rider The Next (2007)


Download Kamen Rider "1" Ichigo & "2" Nigo Songs:

Opening themes:

"Let's Go!! Rider Kick"
Lyrics: Shōtarō Ishinomori
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Hiroshi Fujioka with Male Harmony
Episodes: 1-13

"Let's Go!! Rider Kick"
Lyrics: Shōtarō Ishinomori
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon (as Kōichi Fuji) with Male Harmony
Episodes: 14-88

"Rider Action"
Lyrics: Shōtarō Ishinomori
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon
Episodes: 89–98

Ending themes:

"Kamen Rider no Uta"
Lyrics: Saburō Yatsude
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon (as Kōichi Fuji) with Male Harmony
Episodes: 1–71

"Rider Action"
Lyrics: Shōtarō Ishinomori
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon
Episodes: 72–88

"Lonely Kamen Rider"
Lyrics: Mamoru Tanaka
Composition & Arrangement: Shunsuke Kikuchi
Artist: Masato Shimon
Episodes: 89–98

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