Kamen Rider

5.3

1971

Duration  :  

30m

1459 Episodes

A Japanese anthology series centered around a man who transforms into a bug-themed superhero.

Seasons
Specials

22 Episodes

Kamen Rider

98 Episodes

V3

52 Episodes

X

35 Episodes

Amazon

24 Episodes

Stronger

39 Episodes

Sky Rider

54 Episodes

Super-1

48 Episodes

Black

56 Episodes

Black RX

47 Episodes

Kuuga

49 Episodes

Agito

51 Episodes

Ryuki

50 Episodes

555

50 Episodes

Blade

49 Episodes

Hibiki

48 Episodes

Kabuto

50 Episodes

Den-O

49 Episodes

Kiva

48 Episodes

Decade

33 Episodes

W

49 Episodes

OOO

48 Episodes

Fourze

48 Episodes

Wizard

53 Episodes

Gaim

47 Episodes

Drive

48 Episodes

Ghost

50 Episodes

Ex-Aid

45 Episodes

Build

49 Episodes

Zi-O

49 Episodes

Zero-One

43 Episodes


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