Kamen Rider W And Kamen Rider Movies Premiering On YouTube
Kamen Rider W episode 1 is now available to watch on YouTube. Three Kamen Rider movies are next.
Soon after announcing the upcoming Kamen Rider W sequel anime this weekend, Fuuto PI, the Toei Tokusatsu World Official channel uploaded Kamen Rider W episode 1, “The W Search/The Two-In-One-Detective,” to YouTube. This release includes English subtitles all for free. Fans of Kamen Rider W still have more to look forward to.
Three more movies are on their way to YouTube with English subtitles, including Kamen Rider W Forever: A To Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate. These movies will release over the next 3 days, one per day.
All Together! Seven Kamen Riders!! will premiere on April 5th at 8pm EST. This 45-minute TV special aired one week after Kamen Rider Stronger ended and brings the first seven Kamen Riders together.
Kamen Rider W Forever will premiere the next day, April 6th, at 8pm EST. This movie is set between Kamen Rider W episodes 44 and 45 and focuses on a mercenary organization called NEVER which seeks to collect Foundation X’s “Type 2” Gaia Memories. When the leader of NEVER steals the Eternal Memory, he becomes Kamen Rider Eternal.
Finally, Kamen Rider Reiwa: The First Generation will premiere on April 7th at 8pm EST. This movie unites the final Kamen Rider of the Hesei Era, Sougo Tokiwa/Kamen Rider Zi-O, with the first Kamen Rider of the Reiwa Era, Aruto Hiden/Kamen Rider Zero-One. When the two are brought together, the true ending of Kamen Rider Zi-O and the story of Zero-One’s creation are both revealed. Relatedly, Kamen Rider Zero-One was just announced for a North American localization along with Kamen Rider Ryuki.
All three movies will be available to a North American audience with English subtitles accessible through YouTube’s closed caption feature. Kamen Rider W‘s first episode is available now. All four are being uploaded to the international-focused YouTube channel, Toei Tokusatsu World Official.
These premieres come as part of celebrating Kamen Rider‘s 50th anniversary. Other announcements have also been made in celebration such as the release of a CSM Typhoon belt, and the production of Shin Kamen Rider under the direction of Hideaki Anno.
Source: Toei Tokusatsu World Official (1), (2), (3), (4)