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Next Time on Kamen Rider Saber: Episode 3

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Next Time on Kamen Rider Saber: Episode 3

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A new swordsman arrives traveling with a small child in the next episode of Kamen Rider Saber, A Father, and a Swordsman.


Episode 3: A Father, and a Swordsman

Screenplay written by Nobuhiro Mouri
Directed by Shojiro Nakazawa
Action Directed by Jun Watanabe (Japan Action Enterprise)
Special Effects Directed by Hiroshi Butsuda (Tokusatsu Kenkyuujo)

“Hi, Touma. Long time, no see.” Beside the young man who had come in riding on a lion was another young man riding a flying carpet. Kento Fukamiya (Aoki Ryo) is the name of the young man speaking to Touma (Syuichiro Naito) as if he knows him well. Kenta was Touma’s childhood friend. According to the young man, they have traveled together, but Touma can’t remember him. Does he know about Touma’s dreams, or about what happened 15 years ago?

On top of that, the city begins disappearing again, and Touma and Rintaro (Takaya Yamaguchi) rush to the scene, where they discover the golem Megiddo. They begin to transform, but then a new swordsman appears before them–an unfamiliar Rider.

“You kids stay silent and just watch!” Ryo Ogami (Yuki Ikushima) is an Earth Swordsman carrying an enormous sword and goes by the name of Kamen Rider Buster. Touma and the others draw out all their nerve, and along with the power Kamen Rider Buster, crush the golem Megiddo. Ogami has brought a child along with him–his son.

Sources: TV Asahi, Toei


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Writer, editor, translator. Kaylyn is known as MarzGurl around the Internet as a video producer and a critic of fiction media, producing content not only for The Tokusatsu Network but also for Screenwave Media.

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