Kamen Rider Gaim

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Kamen Rider Gaim
Kamen Rider Gaim Logo.png
The logo for Kamen Rider Gaim
Genre Tokusatsu
Created by Shotaro Ishinomori
Written by Gen Urobuchi
Directed by
Starring
Narrated by Hōchū Ōtsuka
Opening theme "Just Live More" by Gaimu no Kaze
Ending theme
  • "E-X-A (Exciting×Attitude)" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "Never surrender" by Team Baron
  • "Toki no Hana" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "Raise Up Your Flag" by Kouta Kazuraba (Gaku Sano)
  • "Ranbu Escalation" by Kouta Kazuraba (Gaku Sano) and Kaito Kumon (Yutaka Kobayashi)
Composer(s) Kousuke Yamashita
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 47 (List of episodes)
Production
Producer(s)
Running time 24-25 min. (per episode)
Production company(s) Toei Company
Distributor Toei Company
Broadcast
Original channel TV Asahi
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original run October 6, 2013 (2013-10-06) – September 28, 2014 (2014-09-28)
Chronology
Preceded by Kamen Rider Wizard
Followed by Kamen Rider Drive
External links
Website
Production website

Kamen Rider Gaim (仮面ライダー鎧武(ガイム) Kamen Raidā Gaimu?) is a Japanese television series, a tokusatsu drama that is in the Kamen Rider Series; it is the 15th series during its Heisei run and 24th overall. The series, written by Gen Urobuchi, directed by Ryuta Tasaki and produced by Naomi Takebe, began airing on TV Asahi from October 6, 2013, replacing Kamen Rider Wizard in its initial timeslot and joining Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger then Ressha Sentai ToQger in the Super Hero Time programming block.

Story[edit]

In Zawame City (沢芽市 Zawame-shi), a large company known as the Yggdrasill Corporation transformed the once bustling suburban city into a jōkamachi (城下町?, castle town). To escape the resulting feeling of oppression, many of the youth in Zawame formed dance crews called Beat Riders to bring joy back into peoples' lives. Also rising in popularity is the Inves Game, a simulator that uses strange devices known as Lockseeds to summon monsters known as Inves. Kouta Kazuraba, a member of the dance group Team Gaim, tries to find his place in the world while torn between his loyalty to his teammates and his sister Akira's insistence that he starts acting like an adult and find a proper job. When Team Gaim's captain disappears after informing Kouta of a strange belt he found, Kouta discovers that the Lockseeds and Inves are from an alternate dimension known as Helheim Forest. Encountering a mysterious girl resembling his Team Gaim teammate and close friend Mai Takatsukasa, Kouta uses a Sengoku Driver belt and the Orange Lockseed to become a samurai-armored warrior that is later named Armored Rider Gaim. In time, including Team Baron's leader Kaito Kumon as Armored Rider Baron and Kouta's Team Gaim teammate Mitsuzane Kureshima as Ryugen, other Armored Riders appear to amass social power throughout Zawame: Team Raid Wild's Ryoji Hase as Kurokage, Team Invitto's Hideyasu Jonouchi as Gridon, and the perfectionist ex-soldier Oren Pierre Alfonzo as Bravo. Unbeknownst to the Armored Riders, the Yggdrasill Corporation monitors them and the Inves Games while the head of its R&D division, Mitsuzane's older brother Takatora, is the enigmatic white Armored Rider Zangetsu who is protecting a dark secret hidden within Helheim Forest.

Eventually, when Kouta confronts Takatora as he becomes a New Generation Armored Rider alongside the Armored Rider development scientist Ryoma Sengoku as Duke, his aide Yoko Minato as Marika, and the Lockseed Dealer Sid as Sigurd, he learns the horrible truth of Helheim Forest: that it was home to a once prosperous civilization that was eradicated by the strange plants growing throughout it, as anyone who consumed the fruit of these plants is turned into an Inves. Finding an ally in DJ Sagara, a pirate radio DJ who knows more than he is letting on such as the intelligent Over Lord Inves, Kouta finds himself in the middle of a Sengoku period-like brawl among various factions for the right to possess the power of Helheim Forest–the proverbial forbidden fruit itself–and the fate of life on Earth as he knows it. But while adamant to obtain the Golden Fruit to save the world, Kouta's goal involves him having a predestined confrontation with Kaito who desires the fruit's power to shatter the status quo of the world.

Episodes[edit]

No. Title Writer Original air date
1 "Transform! The Orange From the Sky!?"
"Henshin! Sora kara Orenji!?" (変身!空からオレンジ!?) 
Gen Urobuchi October 6, 2013
2 "Deadly! Pineapple Kick!"
"Hissatsu! Pain Kikku!" (必殺!パインキック!) 
Gen Urobuchi October 13, 2013
3 "Shock! The Rival's Banana Transformation!?"
"Shōgeki! Raibaru ga Banana Henshin!?" (衝撃!ライバルがバナナ変身!?) 
Gen Urobuchi October 20, 2013
4 "He's Formed! The Third Grape Rider!"
"Tanjō! Sanninme no Budō Raidā!" (誕生!3人目のぶどうライダー!) 
Gen Urobuchi October 27, 2013
5 "Return! The Ichigo Arms of Friendship!"
"Fukkatsu! Yūjō no Ichigo Āmuzu!" (復活!友情のイチゴアームズ!) 
Gen Urobuchi November 10, 2013
6 "The Durian Rider Appears!"
"Dorian Raidā, Sansen!" (ドリアンライダー、参戦!) 
Gen Urobuchi November 17, 2013
7 "Great Ball Watermelon, Big Bang!"
"Ōdama Suika, Biggu Ban!" (大玉スイカ、ビッグバン!) 
Gen Urobuchi November 24, 2013
8 "Baron's New Mango Power"
"Baron no Atarashiki Chikara, Mangō" (バロンの新しき力、マンゴー) 
Gen Urobuchi
Toriko Nanajo
December 1, 2013
9 "The Great "Inves Monster Capturing" Operation!"
"Kaibutsu Inbesu Hokaku Daisakusen!" (怪物インベス捕獲大作戦!) 
Gen Urobuchi December 8, 2013
10 "All the Riders Gather! Revealing the Forest's Mystery!"
"Raidā Dai Shūketsu! Mori no Nazo o Abake!" (ライダー大集結!森の謎を暴け!) 
Gen Urobuchi
Gan Sunaaku
December 15, 2013
11 "The Truth Behind the Christmas Game"
"Kurisumasu Gēmu no Shinjitsu" (クリスマスゲームの真実) 
Gen Urobuchi
Nobuhiro Mouri
December 22, 2013
12 "The New Generation Rider Appears!"
"Shin Sedai Raidā Tōjō!" (新世代ライダー登場!) 
Gen Urobuchi January 5, 2014
13 "The Friendship Tag Team of Gaim and Baron!"
"Gaimu, Baron no Yūjō Taggu!" (鎧武、バロンの友情タッグ!) 
Gen Urobuchi January 12, 2014
14 "The Secret of Helheim's Fruits"
"Heruheimu no Kajitsu no Himitsu" (ヘルヘイムの果実の秘密) 
Gen Urobuchi January 19, 2014
15 "The Man Who Developed the Belts"
"Beruto o Kaihatsu-shita Otoko" (ベルトを開発した男) 
Gen Urobuchi January 26, 2014
16 "A New Arms! Jimber Lemon Is Born!"
"Shin Āmuzu! Jinbā Remon Tanjō!" (新アームズ!ジンバーレモン誕生!) 
Gen Urobuchi February 2, 2014
17 "The Peach Rider Marika Descends!"
"Momo no Raidā, Marika Kōrin!" (桃のライダー、マリカ光臨!) 
Gen Urobuchi February 9, 2014
18 "Farewell Beat Riders"
"Saraba Bīto Raidāzu" (さらばビートライダーズ) 
Gen Urobuchi
Nobuhiro Mouri
February 16, 2014
19 "The Gift Secret Weapon"
"Okurareta Himitsu Heiki" (贈られた秘密兵器) 
Gen Urobuchi
Nobuhiro Mouri
February 23, 2014
20 "The End of the World, the Invasion Begins"
"Sekai no Owari, Hajimaru Shinryaku" (世界のおわり はじまる侵略) 
Gen Urobuchi March 2, 2014
21 "Yggdrasill's Secret"
"Yugudorashiru no Himitsu" (ユグドラシルの秘密) 
Gen Urobuchi March 9, 2014
22 "A Seventh of the Truth"
"Nana-bun-no-Ichi no Shinjitsu" (7分の1の真実) 
Gen Urobuchi March 16, 2014
23 "Now Let's Go! Kachidoki Arms!"
"Iza Shutsujin! Kachidoki Āmuzu!" (いざ出陣!カチドキアームズ!) 
Gen Urobuchi March 23, 2014
SP "Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kamen Rider Gaim: Spring Break Combined Special"
"Ressha Sentai Tokkyūjā Tai Kamen Raidā Gaimu Haruyasumi Gattai Supesharu" (烈車戦隊トッキュウジャーVS仮面ライダー鎧武 春休み合体スペシャル) 
Nobuhiro Mouri March 30, 2014
24 "The New Formidable Over Lords"
"Aratana Kyōteki Ōbārōdo" (新たな強敵オーバーロード) 
Gen Urobuchi April 6, 2014
25 "Gridon and Bravo's Strongest Tag Team"
"Guridon - Burābo Saikyō Taggu" (グリドン・ブラーボ最強タッグ) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
April 13, 2014
26 "Baron's Genesis Transformation!"
"Baron no Geneshisu Henshin!" (バロンのゲネシス変身!) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
April 20, 2014
27 "Time to Know the Truth"
"Shinjitsu o Shiru Toki" (真実を知る時) 
Gen Urobuchi April 27, 2014
28 "The Betrayal of Zangetsu"
"Uragiri no Zangetsu" (裏切りの斬月) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
May 4, 2014
29 "The Over Lord King"
"Ōbārōdo no Ō" (オーバーロードの王) 
Gen Urobuchi May 11, 2014
30 "The Red and Blue Kikaider"
"Aka to Ao no Kikaidā" (赤と青のキカイダー) 
Nobuhiro Mouri May 18, 2014
31 "The Whereabouts of the Forbidden Fruit"
"Kindan no Kajitsu no Yukue" (禁断の果実のゆくえ) 
Gen Urobuchi May 25, 2014
32 "The Strongest Power! Kiwami Arms"
"Saikyō no Chikara! Kiwami Āmuzu" (最強の力!極アームズ) 
Gen Urobuchi June 1, 2014
33 "The Great Beat Riders' Gathering!"
"Bīto Raidāzu Daishūketsu!" (ビートライダーズ大集結!) 
Gen Urobuchi
Norimitsu Kaiho
June 8, 2014
34 "The King's Power and the Queen's Revival"
"Ō no Chikara to Ōhi Fukkatsu" (王の力と王妃復活) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
June 22, 2014
35 "Mitch's Ark"
"Mitchi no Kobune" (ミッチの箱舟) 
Gen Urobuchi June 29, 2014
36 "A Brotherly Conclusion! Zangetsu vs. Zangetsu Shin!"
"Kyōdai no Ketchaku! Zangetsu VS Zangetsu Shin!" (兄弟の決着!斬月VS斬月・真!) 
Gen Urobuchi July 6, 2014
37 "Baron Soccer Showdown: Summer Camp!"
"Baron Sakkā Taiketsu Natsu no Jin!" (バロン・サッカー対決 夏の陣!) 
Nobuhiro Mouri July 13, 2014
38 "Return of the Professor"
"Purofessā no Kikan" (プロフェッサーの帰還) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
July 20, 2014
39 "The Suicide Plan to Break Into Tower!"
"Kesshi no Tawā Totsunyū Sakusen!" (決死のタワー突入作戦!) 
Gen Urobuchi July 27, 2014
40 "The Over Lord Awakens"
"Ōbārōdo e no Mezame" (オーバーロードへの目覚め) 
Gen Urobuchi August 10, 2014
41 "A Duel with the Over Lord King!"
"Gekitotsu! Ōbārōdo no Ō" (激突!オーバーロードの王) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
August 17, 2014
42 "Mitsuzane's Last Transformation!"
"Mitsuzane! Saigo no Henshin!" (光実!最後の変身!) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
August 24, 2014
43 "Baron's Ultimate Transformation"
"Baron Kyūkyoku no Henshin" (バロン 究極の変身) 
Gen Urobuchi August 31, 2014
44 "The Future Goals of Two People"
"Futari no Mezasu Mirai wa" (二人の目指す未来は) 
Gen Urobuchi
Jin Haganeya
September 7, 2014
45 "The Final Battle of the Two Destined People!"
"Unmei no Futari, Saishū Batoru!" (運命の二人 最終バトル!) 
Gen Urobuchi September 14, 2014
46 "The Fated Victor"
"Unmei no Shōsha" (運命の勝者) 
Gen Urobuchi September 21, 2014
47 "Transform! And to the Future"
"Henshin! Soshite Mirai e" (変身!そして未来へ) 
Jin Haganeya September 28, 2014

Films[edit]

The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle[edit]

Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー鎧武&ウィザード 天下分け目の戦国MOVIE大合戦 Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Gaimu Ando Wizādo Tenkawakeme no Sengoku Mūbī Daigassen), released on December 14, 2013, is the annual entry of the "Movie Wars" film series, featuring a crossover between the cast and characters from Kamen Rider Gaim and Kamen Rider Wizard. A short teaser of the film was first shown during the screening of Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land,[1] with a later teaser shown after the finale of Wizard announcing the release date.

Kamen Rider Taisen[edit]

Heisei Rider vs. Shōwa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai (平成ライダー対昭和ライダー 仮面ライダー大戦 feat.スーパー戦隊 Heisei Raidā Tai Shōwa Raidā Kamen Raidā Taisen feat. Sūpā Sentai) will be shown in theaters on March 29, 2014.[2] It was first hinted at in a trailer after The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle. Many previous series' leading actors will be returning for the film, with Masahiro Inoue of Kamen Rider Decade, Renn Kiriyama of Kamen Rider W, and Kohei Murakami and Kento Handa of Kamen Rider 555, initially confirmed, with a subsequent trailer for the film also showing Shunya Shiraishi from Kamen Rider Wizard. Kento Handa, on his Ustream channel, announced that he had been on set with Ryo Hayami of Kamen Rider X,[3] and Hiroshi Fujioka of the original Kamen Rider was announced as being on the cast.[4] In a recent trailer and magazine, the Sentai teams' Ressha Sentai ToQger and Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger were confirmed to be in the movie, Shun Sugata of Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! TV special returns and will also play a new double role as Ambasaddor Darkness, and Itsuji Itao of Kamen Rider The First will play as Ren Aoi, a main antagonist of the film. It has been reported that Ryo Ryusei will return as Daigo Kiryu.[5]

Great Soccer Battle! Golden Fruits Cup![edit]

Kamen Rider Gaim the Movie: Great Soccer Battle! Golden Fruits Cup! (劇場版 仮面ライダー鎧武 サッカー大決戦!黄金の果実争奪杯(カップ)! Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Gaimu Sakkā Daikessen! Ōgon no Kajitsu Sōdatsu Kappu!) was released in Japanese theaters on July 19, 2014, double-billed with the film for Ressha Sentai ToQger. It was a collaboration with the Japanese soccer league J. League and feature cameo appearances by professional soccer players. The film's antagonist Kogane (コウガネ Kōgane), Kamen Rider Mars (仮面ライダーマルス Kamen Raidā Marusu), will be portrayed by kabuki actor Kataoka Ainosuke VI.[6]

Movie War Full Throttle[edit]

Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Drive & Gaim: Movie War Full Throttle (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダードライブ&鎧武 MOVIE大戦フルスロットル Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Doraibu Ando Gaimu Mūbī Taisen Furu Surottoru) will be released in Japanese theaters on December 13, 2014. It will feature a crossover with the then airing Kamen Rider series Kamen Rider Drive as well as the return of Ryoma Sengoku (Tsunenori Aoki) as a cyborg bent on revenge.

Video games[edit]

A PlayStation 3 and Wii U sequel to Kamen Rider: Battride War titled Kamen Rider: Battride War II (仮面ライダー バトライド・ウォーII Kamen Raidā Batoraido Wō Tsū) was released on June 26, 2014. It featured characters from Gaim as well as characters and scenarios based on the recent Kamen Rider series and films. A limited edition version of the game featuring music from the TV series and films was also released.[7]

Hyper Battle DVD[edit]

As with every year, Telebi-kun sells a limited edition "Hyper Battle DVD" (超(ハイパー)バトルDVD Haipā Batoru Dī Bui Dī) that tells a unique and non-canon story of the members of the cast. For Gaim, the DVD is titled Kamen Rider Gaim: Fresh Orange Arms Is Born!: You Can Also Seize It! The Power of Fresh (仮面ライダー鎧武 フレッシュオレンジアームズ誕生!~君もつかめ!フレッシュの力~ Kamen Raidā Gaimu Furesshu Orenji Āmuzu Tanjō! ~Kimi mo Tsukame! Furesshu no Chikara~). During the events of the DVD, the Armored Riders' normal Lockseeds are damaged and the mysterious girl orders them to freshen things up, so they attempt all methods of using the word "Fresh". The many Kamen Riders use Lockseeds they normally would not use, and Gaim gets a new Fresh Orange Lockseed to become the titular Fresh Orange Arms.

Production and development[edit]

The lead character Kamen Rider Gaim in his standard form known as "Orange Arms". The design of this form comes from Japanese armor and the orange.

Trademarks on Kamen Rider Gaim were requested in May 2013, and the show was officially announced on July 25, 2013.[8] The series producer, Naomi Takebe, wanted Gaim to return to the style of early Heisei era series, in which multiple Riders are featured. Drawing inspiration from the Sengoku period, Bandai presented the idea of using fruits as a core theme to Takebe, which led to the creation of the Arms Change. Takebe approached Gen Urobuchi, known for Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Fate/Zero, to serve as the series main writer, and Ryuta Tasaki, who had previously worked on Kamen Rider Agito and Kamen Rider Ryuki, to direct. In an interview, Urobuchi states that Takebe requested that the series not follow the two-episode structure of recent series, as well as saying that he hopes to create the same kind of excitement he felt from Kamen Rider Black to a new generation. Urobuchi's company Nitroplus also assisted with designs.[9]

The show's lead role went to 2011 Junon Super Boy Contest Grand Prix winner Gaku Sano, portraying Kouta Kazuraba. Sano said that he grew up wishing he could be the character from Kamen Rider Kuuga, and now that he will portray Kamen Rider Gaim he hopes that he will inspire a new generation of boys.[10][11] Rounding out the main cast are Yutaka Kobayashi as Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron, Mahiro Takasugi as Mitsuzane Kureshima/Kamen Rider Ryugen, Yuumi Shida from idol group Yumemiru Adolescence as the heroine Mai Takatsukasa, and Yuki Kubota as Takatora Kureshima/Kamen Rider Zangetsu.[10][11][12][13]

Cast[edit]

  • Kouta Kazuraba (葛葉 紘汰 Kazuraba Kōta): Gaku Sano (佐野 岳 Sano Gaku)
  • Mai Takatsukasa (高司 舞 Takatsukasa Mai), Maiden of Fate (運命の巫女 Unmei no Miko): Yuumi Shida (志田 友美 Shida Yūmi)
  • Kaito Kumon (駆紋 戒斗 Kumon Kaito): Yutaka Kobayashi (小林 豊 Kobayashi Yutaka)
  • Mitsuzane Kureshima (呉島 光実 Kureshima Mitsuzane): Mahiro Takasugi (高杉 真宙 Takasugi Mahiro)
  • Takatora Kureshima (呉島 貴虎 Kureshima Takatora): Yuki Kubota (久保田 悠来 Kubota Yūki)
  • Hideyasu Jonouchi (城乃内 秀保 Jōnouchi Hideyasu): Ryo Matsuda (松田 凌 Matsuda Ryō)
  • Ryoji Hase (初瀬 亮二 Hase Ryōji): Atsushi Shiramata (白又 敦 Shiramata Atsushi)
  • Oren Pierre Alfonzo (凰蓮・ピエール・アルフォンゾ Ōren Piēru Arufonzo): Metal Yoshida (吉田 メタル Yoshida Metaru)
  • Chucky (チャッキー Chakkī): Kanon Tsuyama (津山 香音 Tsuyama Kanon, Lucky Color's)
  • Rica (リカ Rika): Miina Yokota (横田 美菜 Yokota Miina, Lucky Color's)
  • Rat (ラット Ratto): Ren Ozawa (小澤 廉 Ozawa Ren)
  • Zack (ザック Zakku): Gaku Matsuda (松田 岳 Matsuda Gaku)
  • Peko (ペコ): Saku Momose (百瀬 朔 Momose Saku)
  • Akira Kazuraba (葛葉 晶 Kazuraba Akira): Rika Izumi (泉 里香 Izumi Rika)
  • Kiyojiro Bando (阪東 清治郎 Bandō Kiyojirō): Tomohisa Yuge (弓削 智久 Yuge Tomohisa)
  • Sid (シド Shido): Kazuki Namioka (波岡 一喜 Namioka Kazuki)
  • DJ Sagara (DJサガラ Dī Jei Sagara): Tomomitsu Yamaguchi (山口 智充 Yamaguchi Tomomitsu)
  • Ryoma Sengoku (戦極 凌馬 Sengoku Ryōma): Tsunenori Aoki (青木 玄徳 Aoki Tsunenori)[14]
  • Yoko Minato (湊 耀子 Minato Yōko): Minami Tsukui (佃井 皆美 Tsukui Minami)
  • Sengoku Driver Equipment Voice (戦極ドライバー各種アイテム音声 Sengoku Doraibā Kanren Aitemu Onsei): Seiji Hiratoko (平床 政治 Hiratoko Seiji)[15][16]
  • Dēmushu (デェムシュ): Tomokazu Sugita (杉田 智和 Sugita Tomokazu)
  • Redyue (レデュエ): Kenjiro Tsuda (津田 健次郎 Tsuda Kenjirō)
  • Roshuo (ロシュオ): Jōji Nakata (中田 譲治 Nakata Jōji)
  • Narration (ナレーション Narēshon): Hōchū Ōtsuka (大塚 芳忠 Ōtsuka Hōchū)

Theme songs[edit]

Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "E-X-A (Exciting×Attitude)"
  • "Never surrender"
  • "Toki no Hana" (時の華, "Flower of Time")
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Naoki Maeda
    • Arrangement: Shuhei Naruse
    • Artist: Kamen Rider Girls
    • Episodes: 17, 21, 29
  • "Raise Up Your Flag"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: tatsuo (of everset)
    • Artist: Kouta Kazuraba (Gaku Sano)
    • Episodes: "Spring Break Combined Special", 24, 28, 30, 37
  • "Ranbu Escalation" (乱舞Escalation, "Dancing Escalation")
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Shuhei Naruse
    • Artist: Kouta Kazuraba & Kaito Kumon (Gaku Sano & Yutaka Kobayashi)
    • Episodes: 36, 37, 39, 41, 45

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