KAMEN RIDER And SUPER SENTAI Team Up For A Tokusatsu Double Bill!

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KAMEN RIDER And SUPER SENTAI Team Up For A Tokusatsu Double Bill!
It's a Japanese hero sort of day here at ScreenAnarchy with the new trailer for an upcoming Kamen Rider and Super Sentai - they'd be the source material for the Power Rangers here in North America - theatrical double bill following hard on the heels of the new teaser for Ultraman Zero.

While Ultraman remains the big gun in the masked hero world the insect themed, motorcycle riding Kamen Rider and the five member, color themed Super Sentai team aren't far behind at all.  And with Ultraman riding a wave of success based on piling ever more monsters and Ultra-characters into their film the other pair are countering by joining forces for a theatrical double feature with both franchises being presented in 3D for the first time ever. Stories? You got em:

Kamen Rider Double Forever:
A mysterious terrorist organization known only as "NEVER" arrives in the city of Futo, led by a man named Katsumi Daido. NEVER is behind the distribution of T2 Gaia Memories (T2ガイアメモリ, Tī Tsū Gaia Memori?)  -- 26 next-generation Gaia Memories, modeled after the Gaia Memories used by the Kamen Riders. As the evil Kamen Rider Eternal, Daido leads NEVER and several Dopants who use the T2 Gaia Memories in an assault on the city.  Assisted by interpol investigator Maria S. Cranberry, Shotaro investigation into NEVER leads to Philip being captured by the terrorist group in Futo's darkest moment.
I'm not sure what that means, either, but Wikipedia assures me that it's true. Also from Wikipedia is the following summary of Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie.
The film will follow the Goseigers  as they try to save the Earth from two oncoming meteorites, several natural disasters taking place,[2]  as Warstar's surviving members team up with the Yuumajuu[3]  to obtain the Horn of Ragnarok (ラグナロクの角笛, Ragunaroku no Tsunobue?)
Look, I never claimed they made sense, just that they exist and are popular. Check the trailer below.




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JubeiJuly 7, 2010 4:49 AM

Hey! Isn't that Aya Sugimoto from the Flower and Snake remakes?

jason.r.barnettJuly 7, 2010 12:19 PM

Kamen Rider Skull is back? Sweet.