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Heisei Rider Plot Details For Kamen Rider Wars


Heisei Rider Plot Details For Kamen Rider Wars


This latest scan from Figure-Oh gives us a glimpse of what returning actors roles and what the plot will be in upcoming Heisei Riders vs. Shōwa Riders: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai.

Kamen Rider Faiz, Inui Takumi, makes an appearance! As you can see from the picture, he still can’t stand hot food. He is played, of course, by Kento Handa. In the movie, he crosses paths with a man who he doesn’t realize is a Showa rider. The encounter makes him wonder about his own path in life. The shadow of an old rival flashes… His participation is not a simple cameo. Fans mustn’t miss this Inui Takumi 10 years later.

When speaking of Rider Wars, you can’t forget Kamen Rider Decade, also known as Tsukasa Kadoya. He’s played by Masahiro Inoue, after he last appeared in episode 53 of Kamen Rider Wizard.

After hearing Narutaki’s words, he gathers the Heisei Riders to defeat Badan, but something seems off. He’s as cocky as always, but what will he take with his camera this time?

The detective of Futo, Shotaro Hidari, otherwise known as Kamen Rider WTsukasa suddenly appears and asks for his help. Shotaro fights Kamen Rider Black and Black RX, declaring that he won’t lose as another Black Rider and transforms into Kamen Rider Joker. How will this half-boiled detective fare this time around?

The movie starts with fierce Rider battle between Kabuto and Stronger. Eventually the other Showa and Heisei Riders join the fight. The warriors that are defeated turn into Lock Seeds. For some reason, Ambassador Darkness, from Badan, is after the Lock Seeds.

At the same time, Kouta investigates a rumor regarding a giant hole at a construction site. The giant hole seems to be a portal summoning monsters. On his way, Kouta meets a young boy called Shu. Shu seems to have special powers, although he’s suffering from amnesia. All of a sudden, a majestic voice shouts “I can’t let you bring that boy here!” Kouta looks up and sees the legendary Rider, Takeshi Hongo.

Hongo doesn’t seem to like the name Armored Rider and refuses to admit him as a Rider. He decides to show Kouta how it’s supposed to be done by defeating a Badan Combatroid.

Source: Figure-Oh 192

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  1. Ivanhobe

    January 22, 2014 at 1:45 pm

    It sounds interesting, more than SHT at least.

    I really do hope that the Faiz part has some level of continuity with the series, or you know what, i don´t care, i dispise the Faiz ending so much that it doesn´t matter how good/bad this movie turns out to be, i will considerate it the official Faiz ending.

    Anyways, it seems that Narutaki will be in this movie (hopefully playing birugenia this time). I really do want for Yonomemura to close his storyline somehow, as he hinted to it in the first SHT, and considering that this movie is going to be Heisei vs. Showa, it would be the perfect place to do so.

    • Sean McDonough

      January 22, 2014 at 5:35 pm

      Yeah it’s been five years since Decade ended and Narutaki was still a mystery hopefully this film will answer the question of who he is?

  2. Tobias May

    January 28, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    Decade was my first Rider series. I was introduced to both the Showa and Heisei riders through his episodes and movies. So it’s always fun to see Tsukasa and Narutaki return.

  3. enviisbetter

    February 5, 2014 at 3:21 pm

    Reblogged this on Tales of Bj Lewis, Mostly Intrepid Reporter and commented:
    Totally geeked for this upcoming Rider War

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