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Indie Tokusatsu Merchandise Roundup November 2018


Indie Tokusatsu Merchandise Roundup November 2018

This month we look at ways for you to not only show your love for Kamen Rider, but how to smell like one too.


Ashmish is an Indonesian artist who is no stranger to the Tokusatsu Network’s readers. He has been featured in a previous Merchandise Roundup, as well as having an independent feature as well. He released a T-shirt design this month that has the Kamen Rider community buzzing. A wonderful homage to the Heisei Era and the last 20 years of Riders, this piece is on track to be a fan favorite for a very long time, perhaps even the next 20 years.

Buy yours today on TeePublic, and check out Ashmish’s store to see what alternate versions of the design you can purchase as well.


If you feel the need to show off your love of the Kaiju King, Godzilla, you’re in luck. PigBoom has a print of the famous monster available in both T-shirt and hoodie form for you to wear as more Godzilla movies are just around the corner.

You can purchase the T-shirt here and the hoodie here. Make sure to order fast while they are on sale.

Black Unicorn Wood

Have you ever thought about smelling like a Kamen Rider? It isn’t something that is usually a possibility. Thanks to the fruit motif of Kamen Rider Gaim, you are a little bit closer to having that opportunity. Black Unicorn Wood uses their special craft of soap making to bring you scented soaps based on a few of your favorite Armored Riders.

You can purchase any of the different scents here for only $4 USD.


As we are remembering our Heisei Era, it’s easy to look at older shows like Kamen Rider Agito and the fact that there is never enough merchandise for it. OnSide7 helps remedy that a little with an adorable Kamen Rider Gills sticker. Show Gills that you care about him by putting this sticker in one of your favorite places, so he is never forgotten.

Purchase your very own Gills here.

Katie is a cosplayer and tokusatsu fan located in North Carolina. She has been writing for over ten years. She is most commonly associated in the tokusatsu community with the cosplayer/costumer, TheNextDecade. She works full time helping animals at an ER.

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