Kamen Rider Wizard

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Kamen Rider Wizard
Kamen Rider Wizard Logo.png
Title screen
Genre Tokusatsu
Superhero fiction
Fantasy action
Supernatural
Created by Shotaro Ishinomori
Written by
Directed by
Starring
Narrated by Hiroaki Hirata
Opening theme "Life is SHOW TIME" by Shō Kiryūin from Golden Bomber
Ending theme
  • "Last Engage" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "Mystic Liquid" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "Blessed wind" by Rider Chips
  • "Strength of the earth" by Rider Chips
  • "Just The Beginning" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "BEASTBITE" by Rider Chips
  • "alteration" by Kamen Rider Girls
  • "Missing piece" by Kamen Rider Girls
Composer(s) Kōtarō Nakagawa
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 53 (list of episodes)
Production
Producer(s)
  • Kengo Motoi (TV Asahi)
  • Motoi Sasaki (TV Asahi)
  • Takaaki Utsunomiya (Toei)
Running time 24–25 min. (per episode)
Production company(s) Toei Company
Distributor Toei Company
Release
Original network TV Asahi
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release September 2, 2012 (2012-09-02) – September 29, 2013 (2013-09-29)
Chronology
Preceded by Kamen Rider Fourze
Followed by Kamen Rider Gaim
External links
Website
Production website

Kamen Rider Wizard (仮面ライダーウィザード, Kamen Raidā Wizādo) is a Japanese tokusatsu drama in Toei Company's Kamen Rider Series, being the fourteenth series in the Heisei period run and the twenty-third overall. Trademarks on the title were filed by Toei on June 21, 2012, and it was officially revealed on June 27, 2012. It began airing on TV Asahi on September 2, 2012, joining Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters and then Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger in the Super Hero Time lineup. Tsuyoshi Kida is the series' main screenwriter.

In April 2017, TV Japan began broadcasting the series in the United States and Canada.[1][2]

Story[edit]

Six months prior to the start of the series, a mysterious ritual held on the day of the solar eclipse took place. Its purpose was to give birth to a group of magical creatures called Phantoms through humans with magical potential called "Gates", by forcibly subjecting them to immense despair. Haruto Soma, the survivor of the ritual, and Koyomi, a mysterious girl who has lost all of her memories, are tasked by the mysterious White Wizard to fight the Phantoms. Haruto is also given the Wizardriver to become Kamen Rider Wizard in order to prevent the Phantoms from transforming other Gates into Phantoms themselves. Later on, a man named Kosuke Nito appears as the ancient wizard Kamen Rider Beast to feed on the Phantom's magical power to survive and becomes both a rival and ally to Haruto. As the two wizards wage their battle against the Phantoms, who are led by the hotheaded Phoenix, the cold and merciless Medusa, the scheming Gremlin, and the enigmatic Wiseman, things are not all as they seem.

Episodes[edit]

# Title Writer Original airdate
1 "The Ringed Wizard"
"Yubiwa no Mahōtsukai" (指輪の魔法使い) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 2, 2012
2 "I Want to Be a Wizard"
"Mahōtsukai ni Naritai" (魔法使いになりたい) 
Junko Kōmura
Tsuyoshi Kida
September 9, 2012
3 "Transform! Live Broadcast"
"Henshin! Namachūkei" (変身!生中継) 
Junko Kōmura
Tsuyoshi Kida
September 16, 2012
4 "The Doll and the Pianist"
"Ningyō to Pianisuto" (人形とピアニスト) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 23, 2012
5 "The Deciding Match of the Contest"
"Kessen no Konkūru" (決戦のコンクール) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 30, 2012
6 "To a Beautiful Flower"
"Kirei na Hana ni wa" (キレイな花には) 
Junko KōmuraOctober 7, 2012
7 "Buying Memories"
"Omoide o Kau Tame ni" (思い出を買うために) 
Junko KōmuraOctober 14, 2012
8 "A New Magic Stone"
"Aratana Mahōseki" (新たな魔宝石) 
Junko KōmuraOctober 21, 2012
9 "The Dragon's Cry"
"Doragon no Sakebi" (ドラゴンの叫び) 
Junko KōmuraOctober 28, 2012
10 "National Security Bureau Section 0"
"Kokka Anzenkyoku Zero-ka" (国家安全局0課) 
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 11, 2012
11 "The Promise to Defend"
"Mamorinuku Yakusoku" (守り抜く約束) 
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 18, 2012
12 "The Wagashi of Hope"
"Kibō no Wagashi" (希望の和菓子) 
Tsuyoshi KidaNovember 25, 2012
13 "The Heir to the Dream"
"Yume o Tsugumono" (夢を継ぐ者) 
Junko KōmuraDecember 2, 2012
14 "The Return of the Film Director"
"Kaettekita Eiga Kantoku" (帰って来た映画監督) 
Junko KōmuraDecember 9, 2012
15 "After the Last Scene Is..."
"Rasuto Shīn no Ato wa" (ラストシーンの後は) 
Junko KōmuraDecember 16, 2012
16 "The Christmas Miracle"
"Kurisumasu no Kiseki" (クリスマスの奇跡) 
Tsuyoshi KidaDecember 23, 2012
17 "Another Wizard"
"Mō Hitori no Mahōtsukai" (もう一人の魔法使い) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 6, 2013
18 "Magical Power Eating"
"Maryoku ga Shokuji" (魔力が食事) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 13, 2013
19 "Today's Life, Tomorrow's Life"
"Kyō no Inochi, Ashita no Inochi" (今日の命、明日の命) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJanuary 20, 2013
20 "Learning the Truth"
"Chikazuku Shinshō" (近づく真相) 
Junko KōmuraJanuary 27, 2013
21 "The Crazed Dance of the Dragons"
"Doragon-tachi no Ranbu" (ドラゴンたちの乱舞) 
Junko KōmuraFebruary 3, 2013
22 "The Phoenix's Rampage"
"Fushichō no Bōsō" (不死鳥の暴走) 
Tsuyoshi KidaFebruary 10, 2013
23 "Deathmatch"
"Kessen" (決戦) 
Tsuyoshi KidaFebruary 17, 2013
24 "The Wizard's Grandmother"
"Mahōtsukai no Sobo" (魔法使いの祖母) 
Junko KōmuraFebruary 24, 2013
25 "Life Choices"
"Inochi no Sentaku" (命の選択) 
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 3, 2013
26 "Campus Infiltration"
"Gakuen Sennyū" (学園潜入) 
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 10, 2013
27 "Big and Little Sisters"
"Ane to Imōto" (姉と妹) 
Tsuyoshi KidaMarch 17, 2013
28 "The Stolen Belt"
"Nusumareta Beruto" (盗まれたベルト) 
Junko KōmuraMarch 24, 2013
29 "The Evolving Wild Beast"
"Shinka-suru Yajū" (進化する野獣) 
Junko KōmuraMarch 31, 2013
30 "The Day Magic Disappeared"
"Mahō no Kieru Hi" (魔法の消える日) 
Tsuyoshi KidaApril 7, 2013
31 "Tears"
"Namida" (涙) 
Tsuyoshi KidaApril 14, 2013
32 "Part-Time Danger"
"Kiken na Arubaito" (危険なアルバイト) 
Daisuke IshibashiApril 21, 2013
33 "What Money Can't Buy"
"Kane de Kaenai Mono" (金で買えないモノ) 
Daisuke IshibashiApril 28, 2013
34 "The Other Side of a Popular Model"
"Ninki Moderu no Uragawa" (人気モデルの裏側) 
Tsuyoshi KidaMay 5, 2013
35 "The Other Side of Sora"
"Sora no Mukōgawa" (空の向こう側) 
Tsuyoshi KidaMay 12, 2013
36 "The Myna Bird Speaks"
"Kyūkanchō wa Kataru" (九官鳥は語る) 
Daisuke IshibashiMay 19, 2013
37 "Wanted: Despair"
"Zetsubō, Shimeitehai" (絶望、指名手配) 
Daisuke IshibashiMay 26, 2013
38 "Stolen Hope"
"Ubatta Kibō" (奪った希望) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJune 2, 2013
39 "What Was Forgotten On the Pitch"
"Pitchi no Wasuremono" (ピッチの忘れ物) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJune 9, 2013
40 "I Want to Ride a Bike"
"Jitensha ni Noritai" (自転車に乗りたい) 
Junko KōmuraJune 23, 2013
41 "The Wizard Fate"
"Mahōtsukai wa Unmei" (魔法使いは運命) 
Junko KōmuraJune 30, 2013
42 "The Ringed Novelist"
"Yubiwa no Shōsetsuka" (指輪の小説家) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJuly 7, 2013
43 "The White Wizard's Secret"
"Shiroi Mahōtsukai no Himitsu" (白い魔法使いの秘密) 
Tsuyoshi KidaJuly 14, 2013
44 "The Son's Keepsake"
"Musuko no Katami wa" (息子の形見は) 
Junko KōmuraJuly 21, 2013
45 "The Smile in My Heart"
"Egao wa Mune ni" (笑顔は胸に) 
Junko KōmuraJuly 28, 2013
46 "The Cracked Feelings"
"Hibiwareta Omoi" (ひび割れた思い) 
Junko KōmuraAugust 4, 2013
47 "The Truth About Wiseman"
"Waizuman no Shinjitsu" (ワイズマンの真実) 
Junko KōmuraAugust 11, 2013
48 "The Philosopher's Stone"
"Kenja no Ishi" (賢者の石) 
Tsuyoshi KidaAugust 18, 2013
49 "The Beginning of the Sabbath"
"Sabato no Makuake" (サバトの幕開け) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 1, 2013
50 "What Is Important?"
"Taisetsu na Mono wa" (大切なものは) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 8, 2013
51 "The Last Hope"
"Saigo no Kibō" (最後の希望) 
Tsuyoshi KidaSeptember 15, 2013
52 "The Kamen Rider Rings"
"Kamen Raidā no Yubiwa" (仮面ライダーの指輪) 
Shō AikawaSeptember 22, 2013
53 "The Endless Story"
"Owaranai Monogatari" (終わらない物語) 
Shō AikawaSeptember 29, 2013

Films[edit]

Kamen Rider Wizard made his debut appearance in the Kamen Rider Fourze movie, Space, Here We Come!, which was released in Japanese theatres on August 4, 2012.

Movie War Ultimatum[edit]

Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum (仮面ライダー×仮面ライダー ウィザード&フォーゼ MOVIE大戦アルティメイタム, Kamen Raidā × Kamen Raidā Wizādo Ando Fōze Mūbī Taisen Arutimeitamu) was released on December 8, 2012, and serve as the annual winter "Movie War" film.[3] In the portion featuring the cast and characters of Kamen Rider Wizard, the title character from Shotaro Ishinomori's Bishōjo Mask Poitrine appears. The title team of Shotaro Ishinomori's Akumaizer 3 also appear in the movie as its main antagonists, with Demon Kakka providing the voice of Xatan as well as the performer for its theme song "Forest of Rocks". Kamen Riders OOO, Birth, Double, and Accel also made appearances in the movie. The event of the movie takes place between Episode 13 and 14.

Super Hero Taisen Z[edit]

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen Z (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊×宇宙刑事 スーパーヒーロー大戦Z, Kamen Raidā × Sūpā Sentai × Uchū Keiji Supā Hīrō Taisen Zetto) is a film that was released in Japan on April 27, 2013 which featured the first crossover between characters of Toei's three main Tokusatsu franchises, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai, and the Space Sheriff Series representing the Metal Hero Series as a whole. The protagonists of Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie, Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, and Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger are featured, but the casts of Kamen Rider Wizard, Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, and Kamen Rider Fourze also participate in the film. The Space Ironmen Kyodain from Kamen Rider Fourze the Movie: Space, Here We Come! will also make an appearance. The teaser for the film was shown after Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum. The event of the movie takes place between Episode 32 and 33.

In Magic Land[edit]

As with every year, Kamen Rider Wizard appears in his own film titled Kamen Rider Wizard in Magic Land the Movie (劇場版 仮面ライダーウィザード in Magic Land, Gekijōban Kamen Raidā Wizādo In Majikku Rando) that was released in theaters on August 3, 2013, double-billed with the film for Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.[4][5][6] The film features Takanori Jinnai as the film's villain Minister Auma (オーマ大臣, Ōma-daijin) who transforms into Kamen Rider Sorcerer (仮面ライダーソーサラー, Kamen Raidā Sōserā).[6] Jinnai is the oldest person to portray a Kamen Rider to date at age 54; the record was previously held by Hiroyuki Watanabe for his portrayal of Kamen Rider Gaoh in Kamen Rider Den-O: I'm Born! who at the time of filming was 51.[6] The event of the movie takes place between Episode 39 and 40.

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) will be the annual winter "Movie Wars" film, 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,[7] with a new teaser shown after the finale of Wizard revealing the release date to be December 14, 2013.

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 Fīcharingu Sūpā Sentai) made its theater debut on March 29, 2014.[8] Masahiro Inoue, playing Kamen Rider Decade, alongside many other lead actors of other series appear in the film, including Gaku Sano of Kamen Rider Gaim, Renn Kiriyama of Kamen Rider W, Kohei Murakami and Kento Handa of Kamen Rider 555, Shunya Shiraishi from Kamen Rider Wizard, Ryo Hayami of Kamen Rider X,[9] and Hiroshi Fujioka of the original Kamen Rider.[10] The Sentai teams' Ressha Sentai ToQger and Ryo Ryusei as Daigo Kiryu from Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger are also in the movie.[11] Shun Sugata playing Kamen Rider ZX from the Birth of the 10th! Kamen Riders All Together!! TV special returns, also performing as Ambassador Darkness. Itsuji Itao of Kamen Rider The First plays Ren Aoi, Kamen Rider Fifteen, a main antagonist of the film.

Kamen Rider Heisei Generations[edit]

A Movie War film, titled Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider (仮面ライダー平成ジェネレーションズ Dr.パックマン対エグゼイド&ゴーストwithレジェンドライダー, Kamen Raidā Heisei Jenerēshonzu Dokutā Pakkuman Tai Eguzeido Ando Gōsuto Wizu Rejendo Raidā), was released in Japan on December 10, 2016. The film features Kamen Rider Wizard teaming up with Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Kamen Rider Ghost, Kamen Rider Drive, and Kamen Rider Gaim as they battle against a virus based on Bandai Namco Entertainment's video game character, Pac-Man.[12][13][14] The professional wrestler Hiroshi Tanahashi was announced to be one of the main antagonists of the movie.[15]

Video games[edit]

A port of Kamen Rider: Climax Heroes titled Kamen Rider: Super Climax Heroes (仮面ライダー 超クライマックスヒーローズ, Kamen Raidā Sūpā Kuraimakkusu Hīrōzu) was released for both the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo Wii during Winter 2012. In addition to adding Kamen Rider Wizard to the game, there are new features in the game. Kamen Rider: Battride War for the PlayStation 3 is also a game featuring Kamen Rider Wizard alongside his predecessors up through Kamen Rider Kuuga.

Hyper Battle DVD[edit]

The Hyper Battle DVD for Wizard is titled Kamen Rider Wizard Hyper Battle DVD: Showtime with the Dance Ring (仮面ライダーウィザード 超バトルDVD ダンスリングでショータイム, Kamen Raidā Wizādo Haipā Batoru Dī Buī Dī Dansu Ringu de Shōtaimu). Haruto and Kosuke go into the Donut Shop Manager's Underworld and use the powers of the Dance Ring.[16]

Novel[edit]

Kamen Rider Wizard (仮面ライダーウィザード, Kamen Raidā Wizādo), written by Tsuyoshi Kida, is part of a series of spin-off novel adaptions of the Heisei Era Kamen Riders. The events of the novel take place after Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Gaim & Wizard: The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle. The novel was released on November 1, 2014.

Cast[edit]

  • Haruto Soma (操真 晴人, Sōma Haruto): Shunya Shiraishi (白石 隼也, Shiraishi Shun'ya)
  • Koyomi (コヨミ): Makoto Okunaka (奥仲 麻琴, Okunaka Makoto)
  • Shunpei Nara (奈良 瞬平, Nara Shunpei): Junki Tozuka (戸塚 純貴, Tozuka Junki)
  • Rinko Daimon (大門 凛子, Daimon Rinko): Yuko Takayama (高山 侑子, Takayama Yūko)
  • Kosuke Nito (仁藤 攻介, Nitō Kōsuke): Tasuku Nagase (永瀬 匡, Nagase Tasuku)
  • Shigeru Wajima (輪島 繁, Wajima Shigeru): Hisahiro Ogura (小倉 久寛, Ogura Hisahiro)
  • Misa (Medusa) (ミサ(メデューサ), Misa (Medyūsa)), Mayu Inamori (稲森 真由, Inamori Mayu): Erina Nakayama (中山 絵梨奈, Nakayama Erina)
  • Yugo (Phoenix) (ユウゴ(フェニックス), Yūgo (Fenikkusu)): Atsumi (篤海)
  • Sora (Gremlin) (ソラ(グレムリン), Sora (Guremurin)): Takahisa Maeyama (前山 剛久, Maeyama Takahisa)
  • Manager of Donut Shop (ドーナツ屋店長, Dōnatsuya Tenchō): Kaba-chan (KABA.ちゃん)
  • Worker of Donut Shop (ドーナツ屋店員, Dōnatsuya Ten'in): Ryo Tayano (田谷野 亮, Tayano Ryō)
  • Chief of Police (署長, Shochō): Takayasu Komiya (小宮 孝泰, Komiya Takayasu)
  • Masanori Kizaki (木崎 政範, Kizaki Masanori): Naoki Kawano (川野 直輝, Kawano Naoki)
  • Sou Fueki (笛木 奏, Fueki Sō): Narushi Ikeda (池田 成志, Ikeda Narushi)
  • Yuzuru Iijima (飯島 譲, Iijima Yuzuru): Shinta Sōma (相馬 眞太, Sōma Shinta)
  • Masahiro Yamamoto (山本 昌宏, Yamamoto Masahiro): Shingo Kawaguchi (川口 真五, Kawaguchi Shingo)
  • White Wizard (白い魔法使い, Shiroi Mahōtsukai, Voice): Toshitsugu Takashina (高階 俊嗣, Takashina Toshitsugu)
  • Wiseman (ワイズマン, Waizuman, Voice): Toshio Furukawa (古川 登志夫, Furukawa Toshio)
  • Wizardragon (ウィザードラゴン, Wizādoragon, Voice): Ryūzaburō Ōtomo (大友 龍三郎, Ōtomo Ryūzaburō)
  • Beast Chimera (ビーストキマイラ, Bīsuto Kimaira, Voice): Tomomichi Nishimura (西村 知道, Nishimura Tomomichi)
  • Ghouls (グール, Gūru): Yuuki Anai (穴井 勇輝, Anai Yūki),[17] Kazuki Komine (小峰 一己, Komine Kazuki)[17]
  • Narration: Hiroaki Hirata (平田 広明, Hirata Hiroaki)

Guest cast[edit]

  • Caitsith (ケットシー, Kettoshī, 4, 5): Bernard Ackah (ベルナール・アッカ, Berunāru Akka)
  • Manami Kawasaki (川崎 愛美, Kawasaki Manami, 6, 7): Wakana Matsumoto (松本 若菜, Matsumoto Wakana)
  • Koichi Yamagata (山形 耕一, Yamagata Kōichi, 6, 7): Ryosuke Takahashi (高橋 良輔, Takahashi Ryōsuke)
  • Tetsuya Inagaki (稲垣 哲也, Inagaki Tetsuya, 12, 13): Takuya Ishida (石田 卓也, Ishida Takuya)
  • Owner of Orphanage (園長, Enchō, 16): Ichiro Ogura (小倉 一郎, Ogura Ichirō)
  • Fortune Teller (占い師, Uranaishi, 17): Shoichiro Akaboshi (赤星 昇一郎, Akaboshi Shōichirō)
  • Conductor (指揮者, Shikisha, 20, 21): IZAM
  • Naito (内藤, Naitō, 30, 31): Mitsu Murata (村田 充, Murata Mitsu)
  • Kaga (加賀, 37): Minoru Watanabe (渡辺 実, Watanabe Minoru)
  • Aya Yamamoto (山本 亜矢, Yamamoto Aya, 47, 48, 51): Miyuu Sawai (沢井 美優, Sawai Miyū)
  • Tsukasa Kadoya (門矢 士, Kadoya Tsukasa, 52, 53): Masahiro Inoue (井上 正大, Inoue Masahiro)
  • Kouta Kazuraba (葛葉 紘汰, Kazuraba Kōta, 52, 53): Gaku Sano (佐野 岳, Sano Gaku)
  • Amadum (アマダム, Amadamu, 52, 53): Tomorowo Taguchi (田口 トモロヲ, Taguchi Tomorowo)
  • Kamen Rider Den-O Sword Form (仮面ライダー電王ソードフォーム, Kamen Raidā Den'ō Sōdo Fōmu, Voice; 52, 53): Toshihiko Seki (関 俊彦, Seki Toshihiko)

Theme songs[edit]

Opening theme
Form themes
  • "Last Engage"
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Flame Style.[20]
  • "Mystic Liquid"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Ryo (of defspiral)
    • Artist: Kamen Rider Girls
    • Episodes: 3, 4, 15
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Water Style.[20]
  • "Blessed wind"
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Hurricane Style.[20]
  • "Strength of the earth"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Yoshio Nomura
    • Arrangement: Rider Chips
    • Artist: Rider Chips
    • Episodes: 6, 7, 10, 17
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Land Style.[20]
  • "Just The Beginning"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: AYANO (of FULL AHEAD)
    • Artist: Kamen Rider Girls
    • Episodes: 9, 12
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Flame, Water, Hurricane and Land Dragon.
  • "BEASTBITE"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Yoshio Nomura
    • Arrangement: Rider Chips
    • Artist: Rider Chips
    • Episodes: 17-19, 34
    The theme of Kamen Rider Beast.
  • "alteration"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Shuhei Naruse
    • Artist: Kamen Rider Girls
    • Episodes: 26
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard All Dragon and Dragon Fourmation.
  • "Missing piece"
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition & Arrangement: Ryo (of defspiral)
    • Artist: Kamen Rider Girls
    • Episodes: 31, 32, 37, 39, 45
    The theme of Kamen Rider Wizard Infinity Style.

The original sound track for Wizard was released on November 21, 2012. A compilation album subtitled the Music Magic Collection featuring all of the theme songs seen on the show and its movies was released on September 4, 2013.

References[edit]

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