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Premium Bandai has recently updated with an official pre-order page for the Buttoba Soul Medal Holder. The Medal Holder features the Kougami Foundation branding and will include 24 Buttoba Soul compatible medals. Most of the medals included in the set are based on the medals that Eiji used in Kamen Rider OOOs, however there are some special OOOs combo medals and a secret medal as well. Pre-order for the Buttoba Soul Medal Holder are currently open and the item will be released next February priced at 7,344 Yen. Those who are interested should contact their preferred middleman for more details.
The official Toei Movie Youtube channel has updated with the first trailer for Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: FINAL. For those who are unaware the film is stated to be the last film in the Heisei Kamen Rider Era. While the film will mostly feature Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and Kamen Rider Build, the trailer reveals that several older Kamen Rider actors will return to reprise the their roles. The returning cast includes: Shun Nishime: Takeru Tenkuji (Kamen Rider Ghost) Gaku Sano: Kouta Kazuraba (Kamen Rider Gaim) Souta Fukushi: Gentaro Kisaragi (Kamen Rider Fourze) Shu Watanabe: Eiji HinoRead More
Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia recently posted an official trailer for their release of the Kamen Rider Climax Fighters video game. What makes this version special is that it will feature English subtitles although the game will still feature the standard Japanese audio. This should be especially great for international fans since the game will be able to play on the non Japanese versions of the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, & PSVita since they are region free. The game is set to launch for the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and PSVita in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia on December 7. For thoseRead More
SKULL! We Dive into W’s Post-series stories with Akiko gaining a look back on her father’s origins as a Rider on her wedding day…while Toshiki Inoue takes the characters of Kamen Rider OOO for a ride that Doesn’t make much Sense, even if you know Nobunaga Oda. Poor Eiji Hino, he’s barely relevant to his own damn Crossover film.