History Franchise / KamenRider

29th Jan '18 4:11:49 PM DragonRanger
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* GottaKillThemAll: Multiple series have premises where a specific number of enemies must be defeated. In ''Blade'' and ''Drive'', it's the 52 Undead[[note]]many of whom are already sealed at the start of the series[[/note]] and 108 Roidmudes[[note]]this includes the mooks[[/note]] respectively. ''OOO'' and ''Fourze'' have specific ensembles to target (five Greeed and twelve Horoscopes) while still allowing for unlimited numbers of lesser monsters, and ''Ghost'' has as its main "goal" to gather the 15 Ghost Eyecons. ''Ryuki'' and ''Decade'' provide the heroes with hit-lists of ''other Riders'' to wipe out, though they tend to balk at crossing that line.

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* GottaCatchThemAll: A few series involve this kind of plot. ''Ghost'' featured 15 Eyecons that the heroes had to collect, while ''Build'' featured 60 Bottles that everyone was after. ''OOO'' and ''Fourze'' had downplayed versions: In ''OOO'' everyone was after the same Medals and they frequently changed hands, but there was nothing particularly special that would happen if anyone got ''all'' of them. Meanwhile, ''Fourze'' made a point of the heroes needing all 40 Switches to activate something, but they always had the complete set and just had to finish building them; and the villains didn't want them.
* GottaKillThemAll: Multiple series have premises where a specific number of enemies must be defeated. In ''Blade'' and ''Drive'', it's the 52 Undead[[note]]many of whom are already sealed at the start of the series[[/note]] and 108 Roidmudes[[note]]this includes the mooks[[/note]] respectively. ''OOO'' and ''Fourze'' have specific ensembles to target (five Greeed and twelve Horoscopes) while still allowing for unlimited numbers of lesser monsters, monsters. ''Ex-Aid'' plays with this in later arcs, as the protagonists have to clear all the involved games; this usually involves the defeat of the associated Bugster -- but not always, and ''Ghost'' has as its main "goal" to gather the 15 Ghost Eyecons.Bugsters don't stay dead anyway. ''Ryuki'' and ''Decade'' provide the heroes with hit-lists of ''other Riders'' to wipe out, though they tend to balk at crossing that line.
25th Jan '18 8:57:22 PM Ryulong
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* GottaKillThemAll: Multiple series have premises where a specific number of enemies must be defeated. In ''Blade'' and ''Drive'', it's the 52 Undead [[note]]many of whom are already sealed at the start of the series[[/note]]. and 108 Roidmudes [[note]]this includes the mooks[[/note]] respectively. ''OOO'' and ''Fourze'' have specific ensembles to target (five Greeed and twelve Horoscopes) while still allowing for unlimited numbers of lesser monsters. ''Ryuki'' and ''Decade'' provide the heroes with hit-lists of ''other Riders'' to wipe out, though they tend to balk at crossing that line.

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* GottaKillThemAll: Multiple series have premises where a specific number of enemies must be defeated. In ''Blade'' and ''Drive'', it's the 52 Undead [[note]]many Undead[[note]]many of whom are already sealed at the start of the series[[/note]]. series[[/note]] and 108 Roidmudes [[note]]this Roidmudes[[note]]this includes the mooks[[/note]] respectively. ''OOO'' and ''Fourze'' have specific ensembles to target (five Greeed and twelve Horoscopes) while still allowing for unlimited numbers of lesser monsters.monsters, and ''Ghost'' has as its main "goal" to gather the 15 Ghost Eyecons. ''Ryuki'' and ''Decade'' provide the heroes with hit-lists of ''other Riders'' to wipe out, though they tend to balk at crossing that line.
25th Jan '18 8:31:30 PM Ryulong
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** The trend was probably started with ''Den-O'' and the innumerable variations of the battle theme "Double-Action". The standard version (for Sword Form) has a rock feel with guitar, "Rod form" uses horns, "Ax form" has obvious enka/kayokyoku motifs with more strings, "Gun form" has hip-hop stylings, "CLIMAX form" has a mix of all of the other forms' motifs, "Wing form" has an Arabian feel for some reason, "Coffee form" (for Naomi and Airi) is sugary pop, and "Strike form" (from the Trilogy movies for Kotaro and Teddy) has more guitars. Then there's the two variations of "Action-ZERO" for Zeronos with its own musical motif and "Real-Action" for Liner Form's solo fights.
25th Jan '18 8:19:13 PM Ryulong
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** In Japan, it is more or less accepted that in the Heisei run of shows, the lead actor is chosen for his appeal to the mothers who watch the show with their children. This was even parodied in ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' in an episode where Misae develops a crush on the actor from a new superhero show Shinnosuke has started watching.

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** In Japan, it is more or less accepted that in the Heisei run of shows, [[ParentService the lead actor is chosen for his appeal to the mothers who watch the show with their children.children]]. This was even parodied in ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' in an episode where Misae develops a crush on the actor from a new superhero show Shinnosuke has started watching.
25th Jan '18 8:10:48 PM Ryulong
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** In Japan, it is more or less accepted that in the Heisei run of shows, the lead actor is chosen for his appeal to the mothers who watch the show with their children. This was even parodied in ''Manga/CrayonShinchan'' in an episode where Misae develops a crush on the actor from a new superhero show Shinnosuke has started watching.

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** In Japan, it is more or less accepted that in the Heisei run of shows, the lead actor is chosen for his appeal to the mothers who watch the show with their children. This was even parodied in ''Manga/CrayonShinchan'' ''Manga/CrayonShinChan'' in an episode where Misae develops a crush on the actor from a new superhero show Shinnosuke has started watching.
25th Jan '18 8:10:19 PM Ryulong
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** In Japan, it is more or less accepted that in the Heisei run of shows, the lead actor is chosen for his appeal to the mothers who watch the show with their children. This was even parodied in ''Manga/CrayonShinchan'' in an episode where Misae develops a crush on the actor from a new superhero show Shinnosuke has started watching.
25th Jan '18 8:05:00 PM Ryulong
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** Ex-Aid and his cohorts (who use the Gamer Driver) have one slot for their base form and a second slot for any of a number of interchangeable powerups, although most of the Riders stick with one set of powerups for themselves.
25th Jan '18 7:41:23 PM Ryulong
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[[OutlivedItsCreator After Ishinomori's death in 1998]], ''Kamen Rider'' was revived as a television franchise in 2000, beginning the '''Heisei Era''' run of the franchise (2000-present).[[note]]The Heisei Era coincides with the rule of Akihito as Emperor of Japan, and actually began in 1989 following the death of his father Hirohito.[[/note]] The shows in the Heisei period are:

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[[OutlivedItsCreator After Ishinomori's death in 1998]], ''Kamen Rider'' was revived as a television franchise in 2000, beginning the '''Heisei Era''' run of the franchise (2000-present).[[note]]The Heisei Era coincides with the rule of Akihito as Emperor of Japan, and actually began in 1989 following the death of his father Hirohito. Akihito will abdicate the throne in early 2019, to and will be succeeded by his son Naruhito who will have his own era name which will undoubtedly be used for the shows produced during his reign.[[/note]] The shows in the Heisei period are:
25th Jan '18 7:38:27 PM Ryulong
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%%The 2018 series will be both the 20th anniversary of the Heisei run and the final show of the Heisei era on account of the Emperor abdicating his throne to the Crown Prince around either on New Year's Eve 2018 or New Year's Day 2019 and thus beginning a new historical era in Japan. Although it's unlikely that there will be any major shift in production of the series facilitating the new name other than to foster a BrokenBase over what to call the shows.
25th Jan '18 7:21:41 PM Ryulong
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* ''Series/KamenRiderFaiz (555/Φ's)'' (2003-2004)

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* ''Series/KamenRiderFaiz (555/Φ's)'' ''Series/KamenRider555 (Φ's)'' (2003-2004)
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