Kamen Rider Blade

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Kamen Rider Blade
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Series logo
Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Shotaro Ishinomori
Written by Shō Aikawa
Shōji Imai
Jun'ichi Miyashita
Toshiki Inoue
Starring Takayuki Tsubaki
Ryōji Morimoto
Kousei Amano
Takahiro Hōjō
Narrated by Jūrōta Kosugi
Composer(s) Kazunori Miyake
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 49 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s) Jun Hikasa
Saeko Matsuda
Naomi Takebe
Takaaki Utsunomiya
Running time 24-25 minutes (per episode)
Production company(s) Toei Company
Distributor Toei Company
Broadcast
Original channel TV Asahi
Original run January 25, 2004 – January 23, 2005
Chronology
Preceded by Kamen Rider 555
Followed by Kamen Rider Hibiki

Kamen Rider Blade (仮面ライダー剣(ブレイド) Kamen Raidā Bureido?, Masked Rider ♠ (Blade)), is a Japanese tokusatsu superhero television series. It is the fourteenth installment in the Kamen Rider Series. It aired on TV Asahi from January 25, 2004 to January 23, 2005. It is a joint collaboration between Ishimori Productions and Toei. Along with the standard insect motif of the Kamen Rider series, Kamen Rider Blade also uses a playing card motif. Each Rider is assigned one of the suits from a deck of cards. The series catchphrases are "Now, open that power all the way." (今、その力が全開する Ima, sono chikara ga zenkai suru?) and "Take the trump card of fate!" (運命の切札をつかみ取れ! Unmei no kirifuda o tsukamitore!?).

Blade was later released on DVD by Toei. There were twelve volumes released with the first eleven having four episodes per DVD and the twelfth volume with five episodes.[1]

Story[edit]

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 (Board Of Archaeological Research Department) equips two young men, who become Kamen Riders: Kazuma Kenzaki and Sakuya Tachibana fight together as Kamen Rider Blade and Kamen Rider 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.

The Undead[edit]

Main article: Undead (Kamen Rider)

The Undead (アンデッド Andeddo?) are the series monsters in Kamen Rider Blade. There are 52 Undead organized into four suits with the Joker, making a common card deck.

The Undead are also divided by Category, with the "Royal" Undead being of a much higher power level than the rest. The Categories Jack, Queen and King are all capable of disguising themselves as humans, and are capable of much higher forms of thought than other Undead, forming plans of depth rather than just blindly attacking everything nearby. The Category Ace Undead, whose cards power the Rider Systems, are also very powerful, but lack the form-shifting abilities of the high-class Undead, but are among the greatest warriors of the Undead. Finally, the Joker can assume the form of any sealed Undead it possesses. More Jokers can be created if a human abuses the Rider System. In the movie Missing Ace, an additional Albino Joker is also present.

Episodes[edit]

Ep# Title Writer Original airdate
1 "The Indigo Warrior"
"Shikon no Senshi" (紫紺の戦士) 
Shōji Imai January 25, 2004[2]
2 "The Mysterious Rider"
"Nazo no Raidā" (謎のライダー) 
Shōji Imai February 1, 2004[3]
3 "Their Secret..."
"Karera no Himitsu..." (彼らの秘密...) 
Shōji Imai February 8, 2004[4]
4 "Immortality's Mysteries"
"Eien no Inochi no Nazo" (永遠の命の謎) 
Shōji Imai, Sōkichi Imai February 15, 2004[5]
5 "The Challenge to the Past"
"Kako e no Chōsen" (過去への挑戦) 
Shōji Imai February 22, 2004[6]
6 "Chalice's True Identity"
"Karisu no Shōtai" (カリスの正体) 
Shōji Imai February 29, 2004[7]
7 "The Trapped Two"
"Torawareta Nigō" (囚われた2号) 
Shōji Imai March 7, 2004[8]
8 "The Revived People"
"Yomigaetta Monotachi" (甦った者たち) 
Shōji Imai March 14, 2004[9]
9 "A Fighter's Destiny"
"Tatakau Mono no Unmei" (戦う者の運命) 
Shōji Imai March 21, 2004[10]
10 "The Manipulated Warrior"
"Ayatsurareta Senshi" (操られた戦士) 
Shōji Imai March 28, 2004[11]
11 "The Whereabouts of Each"
"Onōno no Ibasho" (各々の居場所) 
Jun'ichi Miyashita April 4, 2004[12]
12 "Category Ace"
"Kategorī Ēsu" (カテゴリーΑ) 
Jun'ichi Miyashita April 11, 2004[13]
13 "The Golden-Threaded Trap"
"Kin'iro no Ito no Wana" (金色の糸の罠) 
Shōji Imai April 18, 2004[14]
14 "Ace Sealed!"
"Ēsu Fūin!" (エース封印!) 
Shōji Imai April 25, 2004[15]
15 "Fate's Conformer"
"Unmei no Tekigōsha" (運命の適合者) 
Shōji Imai May 2, 2004[16]
16 "Leangle's Power"
"Rengeru no Chikara" (レンゲルの力) 
Shōji Imai May 9, 2004[17]
17 "The Evil Belt"
"Jaaku na Beruto" (邪悪なベルト) 
Toshiki Inoue May 16, 2004[18]
18 "Spirits That Manipulate Darkness"
"Kurayami o Ayatsuru Tamashii" (暗闇を操る魂) 
Toshiki Inoue May 23, 2004[19]
19 "One Who Conquers Darkness"
"Ankoku o Seisu Mono" (暗黒を征す者) 
Shōji Imai May 30, 2004[20]
20 "The Target is Kotaro"
"Hyōteki wa Kotarō" (標的は虎太郎) 
Shōji Imai June 6, 2004[21]
21 "Battles That Feel for Friends"
"Tomo o Omou Tatakai" (友を思う戦い) 
Shōji Imai June 13, 2004[22]
22 "The Escape From Darkness"
"Yami Kara no Dasshutsu" (闇からの脱出) 
Shō Aikawa June 27, 2004[23]
23 "Who are You?"
"Omae wa Dare da?" (お前は誰だ?) 
Shō Aikawa July 4, 2004[24]
24 "Mysterious Hunters"
"Nazo no Hantā" (謎のハンター) 
Shō Aikawa July 11, 2004[25]
25 "A Traitor's Sprint"
"Uragiri no Shissō" (裏切りの疾走) 
Shō Aikawa July 18, 2004[26]
26 "The Power Which Moves Me"
"Ore o Ugokasu Chikara" (俺を動かす力) 
Shōji Imai July 25, 2004[27]
27 "The Trembling Heart..."
"Yureugoku Kokoro..." (揺れ動く心...) 
Shōji Imai August 1, 2004[28]
28 "A Dangerous Gamble!?"
"Kiken na Kake!?" (危険な賭け!?) 
Shōji Imai August 8, 2004[29]
29 "The Two Chalices"
"Futari no Karisu" (2人のカリス) 
Toshiki Inoue August 15, 2004[30]
30 "Lost Memories"
"Ushinawareta Kioku" (失われた記憶) 
Toshiki Inoue August 22, 2004[31]
31 "The 53rd Being"
"Gojūsanbanme no Sonzai" (53番目の存在) 
Shō Aikawa September 5, 2004[32]
32 "The Destroyer's Secret"
"Hakaisha no Himitsu" (破壊者の秘密) 
Shō Aikawa September 12, 2004[33]
33 "The Targeted Kenzaki"
"Nerawareta Kenzaki" (狙われた剣崎) 
Shō Aikawa September 19, 2004[34]
34 "Category King"
"Kategorī Kingu" (カテゴリーK) 
Shō Aikawa September 26, 2004[35]
35 "A Dangerous Transformation!?"
"Kiken na Henshin!?" (危険な変身!?) 
Shō Aikawa October 3, 2004[36]
36 "Strongest Form"
"Saikyō Fōmu" (最強フォーム) 
Shō Aikawa October 10, 2004[37]
37 "Towards a New Destiny"
"Arata na Unmei e" (新たな運命へ) 
Shō Aikawa October 17, 2004[38]
38 "One Who Takes Hold of Destiny"
"Unmei o Tsukamu Mono" (運命を掴む者) 
Shō Aikawa October 24, 2004[39]
39 "Reunion...Father and Daughter"
"Saikai...Chichi to Musume" (再会...父と娘) 
Jun'ichi Miyashita October 31, 2004[40]
40 "Parting With the Past"
"Kako to no Ketsubetsu" (過去との訣別) 
Jun'ichi Miyashita November 14, 2004[41]
41 "A Desire to Get Stronger"
"Tsuyoku Naritai" (強くなりたい) 
Shō Aikawa November 21, 2004[42]
42 "Leangle Revives"
"Rengeru Fukkatsu" (レンゲル復活) 
Shō Aikawa November 28, 2004[43]
43 "Foe or Friend?"
"Teki ka Mikata ka?" (敵か味方か?) 
Toshiki Inoue December 5, 2004[44]
44 "Four Cards"
"Fō Kādo" (フォーカード) 
Toshiki Inoue December 12, 2004[45]
45 "The New Card"
"Arata na Kādo" (新たなカード) 
Shō Aikawa December 19, 2004[46]
46 "The Ruler's Seal"
"Shihaisha no Fūin" (支配者の封印) 
Shō Aikawa December 26, 2004[47]
47 "Garren Eliminated"
"Gyaren Shōmetsu" (ギャレン消滅) 
Shō Aikawa January 9, 2005[48]
48 "Prologue to Destruction"
"Horobi e no Joshō" (滅びへの序章) 
Shō Aikawa January 16, 2005[49]
Finale "The Eternal Trump"
"Eien no Kirifuda" (永遠の切り札) 
Shō Aikawa January 23, 2005[50]

Films[edit]

Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace[edit]

Kamen Rider Blade: Missing Ace (劇場版 仮面ライダー剣 MISSING ACE Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Bureido Misshingu Ēsu?) is the theatrical release, first in theaters on September 11, 2004.

Four years after event of the series, however, Blade forcing seals the Joker, the characters have moved on with their lives: Kenzaki is a garbage man, Mutsuki has graduated high school, and Kotarō has published a book about the Kamen Riders to great success, but on Amane's upcoming birthday, it was revealed that she has become a delinquent without the emotional support of Hajime. The Undead have been re-released, and a new trio of Kamen Riders—Glaive, Larc and Lance—have emerged from BOARD, now led by Tachibana. After recapturing two of the Category Aces, Kenzaki and Mutsuki join with the new Riders. When all the Undead are sealed once more, Glaive reveals himself to be the Albino Joker, a white version of the original Joker, and captures Kotarō's niece to obtain the ultimate power, sealing her in the Vanity Card. In order to free Amane from the card, Hajime is unsealed from the Joker Card and the four Riders are again united, intent on saving Amane and stopping the Albino Joker.

Specials[edit]

Kamen Rider Blade: Blade vs. Blade (仮面ライダー剣(ブレイド) ブレイドVSブレイド Kamen Raidā Bureido: Bureido Buiesu Bureido?) is a Hyper Battle Video, wherein a Trial-series cyborg pretends to be Kenzaki and copies the Blay Rouzer, starting a fight with the real Kenzaki. During their battle, Tachibana and Mutsuki are unable to tell the two apart, which results in their humorously attacking the real Kenzaki (shooting him in the rear end and bashing him over the head), before Hajime steps in and reveals the impostor. As with all Hyper Battle Videos, this serves as a device to exposit the Rider's various powers and abilities.

Kamen Rider Blade: New Generation is a television special made of a collection of vignettes which aired following certain episodes of Blade, following the history of Kamen Riders Glaive, L'arc, and Lance. This is a direct tie-in to the movie Missing Ace.

S.I.C. Hero Saga[edit]

The S.I.C. Hero Saga side story for Blade is titled Masked Rider Blade: Day After Tomorrow (MASKED RIDER BLADE -DAY AFTER TOMORROW- Kamen Raidā Bureido: Dei Afutā Tomōrō?) follows the story of the series after the finale and features characters from Missing Ace. The new character introduced in the story is Joker (Kazuma Kenzaki ver.) (ジョーカー(剣崎一真ver.) Jōkā (Kenzaki Kazuma ver.)?). Two other special editions of the Hero Saga stories also feature Blade characters: Hero Saga Special Edition: King featuring Kamen Rider Garren King Form (仮面ライダーギャレン・キングフォーム Kamen Raidā Gyaren Kingu Fōmu?) and Hero Saga Special Edition: Clover featuring Kamen Rider Leangle Jack Form (仮面ライダーレンゲル・ジャックフォーム Kamen Raidā Rengeru Jakku Fōmu?). Day After Tomorrow ran in the February through May 2007 issues of Monthly Hobby Japan magazine. King was featured in the May 2008 issue and Clover was featured in the June 2008 issue.

Chapter titles
  1. The Melancholy of Mutsuki Kamijo (上城睦月の憂鬱 Kamijō Mutsuki no Yūutsu?)
  2. The Howl of Hajime Aikawa (相川始の咆哮 Aikawa Hajime no Hōkō?)
  3. The Blunder of Sakuya Tachibana (橘朔也の失策 Tachibana Sakuya no Shissaku?)
  4. The Mentality of Kazuma Kenzaki (剣崎一真の心情 Kenzaki Kazuma no Shinjō?)

Novel[edit]

Kamen Rider Blade (仮面ライダー剣(ブレイド) Kamen Raidā Bureido?, Masked Rider ♠ (Blade)), written by Toshiki Inoue, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptations of the Heisei Era Kamen Rider Series. This sequel to the TV series takes place 300 years following the television series finale. It chronicles Kenzaki's quest to end his life as the Navy Joker after three centuries. In one instance, Kenzaki is captured by a criminal organization and is tortured, but still does not die. Later in the novel, he becomes a war photographer, all he sees is death. He then enlists in the army for a foreign country, steps on landmines and explodes. Also named are the new Garren and Leangle, Tachihara and Satsuki.

The only returning characters are Kenzaki and Hajime. Kenzaki has a weaker personality compared to the TV Series due to living for a long time and seeing a lot of horrible things. Satsuki, the new Leangle's treated the same like the original Leangle, Mutsuki.

The novel was released on February 28, 2013.

Cast[edit]

  • Kazuma Kenzaki (剣崎 一真 Kenzaki Kazuma?): Takayuki Tsubaki (椿 隆之 Tsubaki Takayuki?)
  • Hajime Aikawa (相川 始 Aikawa Hajime?), Ryo Mikami (三上 了 Mikami Ryō?): Ryōji Morimoto (森本 亮治 Morimoto Ryōji?)
  • Sakuya Tachibana (橘 朔也 Tachibana Sakuya?): Kousei (Hironari) Amano (天野 浩成 Amano Kousei (Hironari)?)
  • Mutsuki Kamijo (上城 睦月 Kamijō Mutsuki?): Takahiro Hōjō (北条 隆博 Hōjō Takahiro?)
  • Shiori Hirose (広瀬 栞 Hirose Shiori?): Yumi Egawa (江川 有未 Egawa Yumi?)
  • Kotarō Shirai (白井 虎太郎 Shirai Kotarō?): Terunosuke Takezai (竹財 輝之助 Takezai Terunosuke?)
  • Haruka Kurihara (栗原 遥香 Kurihara Haruka?): Kaori Yamaguchi (山口 香緒里 Yamaguchi Kaori?)
  • Amane Kurihara (栗原 天音 Kurihara Amane?): Hikari Kajiwara (梶原 ひかり Kajiwara Hikari?)
  • Nozomi Yamanaka (山中 望美 Yamanaka Nozomi?): Arisa Miyazawa (宮澤 亜理沙 Miyazawa Arisa?)
  • Kei Karasuma (烏丸 啓 Karasuma Kei?): Kazuhiro Yamaji (山路 和弘 Yamaji Kazuhiro?)
  • Sayoko Fukasawa (深沢 小夜子 Fukasawa Sayoko?): Urara Awata (粟田 麗 Awata Urara?)
  • Go Kiryu (桐生 豪 Kiryū Gō?): Nozomu Masuzawa (増沢 望 Masuzawa Nozomu?)
  • Yoshito Hirose (広瀬 義人 Hirose Yoshito?): Jyunichi Haruta (春田 純一 Haruta Jun'ichi?)
  • Hiroshi Tennoji (天王路 博史 Ten'nōji Hiroshi?): Kohji Moritsugu (森次 晃嗣 Moritsugu Kōji?)
  • Isaka (伊坂 Isaka?): Yasukaze Motomiya (本宮 泰風 Motomiya Yasukaze?)
  • Miyuki Yoshinaga (吉永 みゆき Yoshinaga Miyuki?): Mika Hijii (肘井 美佳 Hijii Mika?)
  • Yazawa (矢沢?): Atsushi Korechika (是近 敦之 Korechika Atsushi?)
  • Takahara (高原 Takahara?): Yasufumi Hayashi (林 泰文 Hayashi Yasufumi?)
  • Daichi (大地 Daichi?): Kairi Narita (成田 浬 Narita Kairi?)
  • Noboru Shima (嶋 昇 Shima Noboru?): Kazunari Aizawa (相澤 一成 Aizawa Kazunari?)
  • Shinmei: Masashi Kagami (加々美 正史 Kagami Masashi?)
  • Azumi (あずみ Azumi?): Mio Fukuzumi (福澄 美緒 Fukuzumi Mio?)
  • King (キング Kingu?): Makoto Kamijo (上條 誠 Kamijō Makoto?)
  • Hikaru Jō (城 光 Jō Hikaru?): Akane Hamasaki (浜崎 茜 Hamasaki Akane?)
  • Kanai (金居 Kanai?): Akira Kubodera (窪寺 昭 Kubodera Akira?)
  • Voice of Rouzer: Takeshi Sasaki (佐々木 健 Sasaki Takeshi?)
  • Voice of King Rouzer: Fumihiko Tachiki (立木 文彦 Tachiki Fumihiko?)
  • Narrator: Jūrōta Kosugi (小杉 十郎太 Kosugi Jūrōta?)

Songs[edit]

Opening themes
Ending themes
  • "Kakusei" (覚醒?, "Awakening")
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Cher Watanabe
    • Arrangement: Akio Kondō
    • Artist: Ricky
    • Episodes: 2-23
  • "Rebirth"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Yukari Aono
    • Arrangement: Cher Watanabe
    • Artist: Sakuya Tachibana (Kousei Amano)
    • Episodes: 23-30, 47
  • "Take it a Try"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Cher Watanabe
    • Artist: Hajime Aikawa (Ryoji Morimoto)
    • Episodes: 31-49

Video game[edit]

A video game based on the series was produced by Bandai for the PlayStation 2. It is an action game that featured many of the characters from the TV series. It was released only in Japan near the end of the TV series on December 9, 2004.

International broadcasts[edit]

Continuing the Heisei Kamen Rider Series in order, after the success of Ryuki and 555 in the Philippines, Blade was shown on local TV station in GMA 7 and also on Cartoon Network Philippines, as well as reruns on TV5. It also aired in South Korea as Masked Rider Blade (가면라이더 블레이드 Gamyeon Raideo Bureideu) in 2006 and run at NTV 7 in Malaysia in 2007 after the last episode of Kamen Rider 555.[51]

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