The new Kamen Rider Series for 2002. The story of 2 chosen "Kamen Riders" who must fight in order to survive. But what is the point of being a Rider? "Fight! Defeat the Riders! Of the fated 13, only 1 will Survive."
The Smart Brain Corporation, the world's most powerful corporation, is trying to take over the world using Orphnoch, the next stage in humanity's evolution, to covertly kill off the human ... See full summary »
Using the power of the Imagin and the Rider Pass, Ryotaro Nogami is able to travel to different times through the DenLiner. By traveling through time, he transforms into Kamen Rider Den-O, ... See full summary »
Adachi Asumu is a boy who is almost done with middle school. During a trip to his relatives, he meets a rather odd man just loosely named Hibiki. When Asumu's cousin is kidnapped by the ... See full summary »
There's not much one can say without spoiling anything, and this is probably the most complex and dense hero show one will have to opportunity to watch. Agito is a very story-centric supernatural mystery, one which action and characters generally taking a backseat, though not to a large degree. with that said, this is likely the most epic show of the variety, very reminiscent of Power Rangers: Time Force, but kicked up quite a few levels. The show is also targeted towards adults, especially in comparison to the recent rider franchises.
Action and production values are high, though it isn't as glossy as say Kamen Rider Faiz/555 was, it still avoids being visually dated. If anything, it's a modest show, and that dates it. There is no real flash, and it isn't needed.
If you ever have the opportunity to watch, it should be a pleasant surprise.
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