History Series / KamenRiderDragonKnight

14th Mar '17 6:56:53 PM RoarkTenjouin
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* AdaptedOut: Alternative Zero has no direct counterpart in this show. Although considering that his costume is almost identical to the regular Alternative's, it's not surprising.
** Biogreeza as well, although this is only due to [[spoiler: how short his contracted rider, Camo, lasted]].
9th Mar '17 6:10:16 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Both Trent and Lacey are GenreSavvy about this; when Maya starts hanging out with TroubledButCute Kit, Trent is concerned and Lacey approves (and even looks like she might try to steal Kit for herself).

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Both Trent and Lacey are GenreSavvy about this; when When Maya starts hanging out with TroubledButCute Kit, Trent is concerned and Lacey approves (and even looks like she might try to steal Kit for herself).
26th Jan '17 3:39:44 PM aresef
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* DawsonCasting: Aria Alistar, who plays the teenaged Maya, was in her late 30s while filming the show.
26th Jan '17 3:38:57 PM aresef
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* DawsonCasting: Aria Alistar, who plays the teenaged Maya, was in her late 30s while filming the show.
20th Dec '16 7:27:03 PM themisterfree
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While the show Did well in Non-North American Markets (Especially when it was back-imported to Japan), in the U.S. Dragon Knight suffered from low ratings due to it's broadcast being managed by [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4kids Entertainment]], who actively hated the show for telling a mature story on a similiar level to that of other Kamen Rider productions, and would regularly pre-empt episodes where-possible and refused to advertise it past initial marketting. It ultimately reached the point they re-ordered their annual schedule change to a month earlier than normal to get it off the air. The last Four episodes were not broadcast by them, and the final two were not broadcast at all, though they were uploaded to The CW's website. As Despite 4kids' Disdain, other CW executives Liked the show, and their running of Several Episodes 4kids refused to air within their daytime programming blocks resulted in the show ultimately winning an Emmy award for stunt coordination.


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While the show Did did well in Non-North non-North American Markets (Especially markets (especially when it was back-imported to Japan), in the U.S. Dragon Knight ''Dragon Knight'' suffered from low ratings due to it's it being on a broadcast being block managed by [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4kids Entertainment]], who actively hated the show for telling a mature story on a similiar similar level to that of other Kamen Rider ''Kamen Rider'' productions, and would regularly pre-empt episodes where-possible where possible and refused to advertise it past initial marketting. marketing. It ultimately reached the point they re-ordered of re-ordering their annual schedule change to a month earlier than normal normal, just to get it off the air. The last Four four episodes were not broadcast by them, and the final two were not broadcast at all, though they were uploaded to The CW's website. As Despite 4kids' Disdain, [=4Kids=]' disdain, other CW executives Liked liked the show, and their running of Several Episodes 4kids several episodes [=4Kids=] refused to air within their daytime programming blocks resulted in the show ultimately winning an Emmy award for stunt coordination.

coordination.
13th Dec '16 8:02:47 PM KaworuS
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The show suffered from low ratings throughout its run, and the last two episodes were not broadcast on U.S. television (though they were uploaded on The CW's website). Despite this, it ''still'' won an Emmy award for stunt coordination.

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The While the show suffered from low ratings throughout its run, and Did well in Non-North American Markets (Especially when it was back-imported to Japan), in the last two episodes were not broadcast on U.S. television (though Dragon Knight suffered from low ratings due to it's broadcast being managed by [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4kids Entertainment]], who actively hated the show for telling a mature story on a similiar level to that of other Kamen Rider productions, and would regularly pre-empt episodes where-possible and refused to advertise it past initial marketting. It ultimately reached the point they re-ordered their annual schedule change to a month earlier than normal to get it off the air. The last Four episodes were not broadcast by them, and the final two were not broadcast at all, though they were uploaded on to The CW's website). website. As Despite this, it ''still'' won 4kids' Disdain, other CW executives Liked the show, and their running of Several Episodes 4kids refused to air within their daytime programming blocks resulted in the show ultimately winning an Emmy award for stunt coordination.
coordination.

28th Nov '16 6:31:41 PM N1KF
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** This is possibly explained as an advanced form of [[{{Comicbook/Spider-Man}} Spider Sense]] in that the Advent Void... or their decks... or ''something'' keeps letting the Riders know when people are in danger. And it ''never'' lets up. This in itself is kinda cool, as the idea's similar to the noises made by the Mirror World in ''Ryuki''.

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** This is possibly explained as an advanced form of [[{{Comicbook/Spider-Man}} [[Comicbook/SpiderMan Spider Sense]] in that the Advent Void... or their decks... or ''something'' keeps letting the Riders know when people are in danger. And it ''never'' lets up. This in itself is kinda cool, as the idea's similar to the noises made by the Mirror World in ''Ryuki''.
22nd Nov '16 10:08:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* GratuitousJapanese: Despite being made for an American audience, the show kept the "Kamen" in Kamen Rider untranslated even though the English name "Masked Rider" is also used in Japan. Producer Steve Wang stated [[http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2009/02/22/kamen-rider-returns-to-us-television/ in an interview]] that he prefers the actual Japanese moniker over the translated form, but he also wanted to distance ''Dragon Knight'' from Saban's [[InkStainAdaptation earlier attempt]] at making an Americanized Kamen Rider series, simply titled ''MaskedRider''.

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* GratuitousJapanese: Despite being made for an American audience, the show kept the "Kamen" in Kamen Rider untranslated even though the English name "Masked Rider" is also used in Japan. Producer Steve Wang stated [[http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2009/02/22/kamen-rider-returns-to-us-television/ in an interview]] that he prefers the actual Japanese moniker over the translated form, but he also wanted to distance ''Dragon Knight'' from Saban's [[InkStainAdaptation [[AudienceColoringAdaptation earlier attempt]] at making an Americanized Kamen Rider series, simply titled ''MaskedRider''.
24th Oct '16 12:37:32 PM StFan
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-->--'''Len'''

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-->--'''Len'''
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Not to be confused with ''TheDragonKnight'' or ''Series/KnightRider''.

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Not to be confused with ''TheDragonKnight'' ''Literature/TheDragonKnight'' or ''Series/KnightRider''.
28th May '16 4:23:24 PM nombretomado
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* CanonForeigner: In a non-human version, ''Dragon Knight'' actually shows Wrath's Final Vent on-screen, while ''Ryuki'' didn't show Odin's; until ''DK'', the only way to see it was to play the {{Playstation}} game.

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* CanonForeigner: In a non-human version, ''Dragon Knight'' actually shows Wrath's Final Vent on-screen, while ''Ryuki'' didn't show Odin's; until ''DK'', the only way to see it was to play the {{Playstation}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation game.
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