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Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight 

TV-Y7 | | Action | TV Series (2008–2009)
On the other side of every mirror on Earth lies the parallel dimension of Ventara - a world destroyed by the evil alien, General Xaviax. The Kamen Riders were warriors from Ventara who ... See full summary »
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Matt Mullins ...  Kamen Rider Wing Knight / ... 41 episodes, 2008-2010
Stephen Ford ...  Kit Taylor / ... 40 episodes, 2008-2010
Yvonne Arias Yvonne Arias ...  Maya Young / ... 40 episodes, 2008-2010
Taylor Emerson Taylor Emerson ...  Trent Mosely 37 episodes, 2008-2010
Marisa Lauren ...  Lacey Sheridan / ... 36 episodes, 2008-2010
William O'Leary ...  Xaviax / ... 34 episodes, 2009-2010
Scott Bailey ...  James 'JTC' Treadmore / ... 31 episodes, 2009-2010
Kathy Christopherson ...  Michelle Walsh 22 episodes, 2008-2010
Christopher Foley ...  Drew Lansing / ... 20 episodes, 2009-2010
Carrie Reichenbach ...  Kase / ... 18 episodes, 2009-2010
Mike Moh ...  Kamen Rider Axe / ... 17 episodes, 2009-2010
Jeff Davis ...  Frank Taylor 17 episodes, 2008-2010
Camila Greenberg ...  Sara 17 episodes, 2009-2010
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On the other side of every mirror on Earth lies the parallel dimension of Ventara - a world destroyed by the evil alien, General Xaviax. The Kamen Riders were warriors from Ventara who fought Xaviax with armor and abilities powered by their Advent Decks. Unfortunately, Xaviax stole the Advent Decks and defeated all the Riders but one. Kamen Rider Wing Knight is the sole surviving Kamen Rider - the only man who can stop Xaviax from destroying Earth the same way he destroyed Ventara. To defeat Wing Knight, Xaviax brought the Advent Decks to Earth and tricked ordinary citizens into becoming new Kamen Riders - super-powered soldiers who will carry out his evil plans. After his father's mysterious disappearance, Kit Taylor finds an Advent Deck and becomes Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. He joins forces with Kamen Rider Wing Knight to defeat the ten corrupt Kamen Riders that Xaviax sends against them. By fighting, the two hope not only to save the Earth from Xaviax's domination, but to find ... Written by KrimzonKaiser

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This show is currently one of only two western adaptations of Kamen Rider to have made it to television, the other being Saban's Masked Rider from 1995 (based on 1988's Kamen Rider Black RX). See more »

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Spin-off Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight (2009) See more »

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Stop making it seem better than it is! Stop making it seem worse than it is!
14 August 2009 | by Mifune_013See all my reviews

ORE...SANJOU! (Er...sorry. Watched ten episodes of Den-O plus a movie.) This series isn't "good" or "bad" its just average. Well I guess average is bad for me. I've tried watching this series several times and just something about it just pisses me off when ever I watch it, its not the acting or the story though. Regardless of that, the show is pretty average. But then again, so was Kamen Rider Ryuki (the Japanese original the show takes itself after).

BTW! This show isn't suppose to be a KIDS show, its actually suppose to target teenagers. It's market is suppose to be 12-16. So stop trying to hide behind its "a kids show". Furthermore! Its "a kids show" shouldn't be a defense for any show. Are you saying children are stupid? ONE MORE THING! Why does there need to be an American Adaptations? Whats wrong with the original Japanese version? Are you saying children are too stupid and don't deserve to experience other cultures?

QUOTE FROM "gabbieispretty"- This show is a cheap,Power Rangers rip-off. It is extremely low-budget and the monsters look like they're from the first season of Power Rangers. Matt Mullins looks are the only saving grace. I wish he would get to do something better,though he doesn't seem to be much of an actor. Poor Victoria Jackson being reduced to a show like this. All she gets to do is play a book store owner who has like zero lines and it's ridiculous. The outfits also look like they were ripped off from the first season of Power Rangers. Undemanding little kids will like it, if they've never seen the Power Rangers movie or are huge fans of Power Rangers.

REPLY- ...? Um, its not a rip-off. Power Rangers originates from Super Sentai which is owned by Toei. Kamen Rider is also owned by Toei. Furthermore Kamen Rider predates Super Sentai. The original Kamen Rider was shown in 1971 while Super Sentai premiered in 1975. Please do some research before you accuse anyone of ripping people off. Other then that, I pretty much agree with you. Future Kamen Rider series have better monster designs (Orphenochs are awesome), and better Rider costumes (KIVA!!). He should go to Japan and do a real Tokusatsu series. He has both fighting abilities and looks and it would be neat to see him in a real Tokusatsu series.


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