|This article is about a/an movie in the Kamen Rider Series.|
|Kamen Rider J|
|A movie for Kamen Rider Series|
|Release date April 16, 1994|
|Written by Shouzou Uehara|
|Directed by Keita Amemiya|
|Order in Continuity|
Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider World
Ultraman vs. Kamen Rider
Kamen Rider World
As part of the 40th anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series, film J was shown on Toei's pay-per-view channel during September 2011.
The film's protagonist, Kamen Rider J makes appearances in the films of the later Kamen Rider Decade television series, most notably in the climactic scene of All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, where he enables the heroes to defeat the film's antagonist. He also appears as a playable character in the 2011 Nintendo DS video game All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation.
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After fulfilling the praying ceremony, the three oldest children of the alien Fogg Mother hunt for an ideal human in order to feed that person to their newly hatched siblings. They find such a person in Kana, the younger sister of environmentalist reporter Kouji Segawa as he was investigating pollution by the lake. Protecting Kana from the villains as they escape from them, Kouji is thrown over a cliff by the reptilian Agito and dies as Kana is taken by the insectoid Zu.
However, Kouji is then resurrected by the Earth Spirits to become Kamen Rider J, in order to fight the Fog Mother with the Earth Spirits' emissary Berry as his guide. With Fog Mother sensing Kouji's presence, Agito attempts to finish the job in his true form, only to be killed by J. Then Kouji enters the Fog Mother's domain and faces Zu as she assumes her true form. J manages to kill Zu as they both crash into the fortress which is Fog Mother.
After Zu dies, Kouji learns of Fog's intention of letting her new brood devour humanity, as Garai completes the ritual and sends Kana to the hatching chamber while manhandling Kouji. Berry intervenes to free Kana from Fog's spell before being struck down by Garai, as Kana is sent down to her death, while Fog Mother begins attacking a nearby city to prepare for her children's awakening. J fights Garai in his true form, Cobra Man, in a heated battle. After killing Garai, J is digested by Fog Mother as he attempts to save Kana.
However, absorbing the life energy around him, J kills Fog's newly born offspring and escapes Fog Mother's bowels and assumes Jumbo Formation. After ripping Kana out of Fog Mother, J battles the monster and kills her as she attempts to take him down with her. After escaping Fog Mother's destruction, Kouji takes Kana to a serene environment, with Berry watching from a distance.
|Kamen Rider J||Kouji Segawa|
- Kouji Segawa (瀬川 耕司 Segawa Kōji?): Yuta Mochizuki (望月 祐多 Mochizuki Yūta?)
- Kana Kimura (木村 加那 Kimura Kana?): Yuka Nomura (野村 佑香 Nomura Yūka?)
- Berry (ベリー Berī?, Voice): Rikako Aikawa (愛河 里花子 Aikawa Rikako?)
- Garai (ガライ Garai?): Kyoji Kamui (神威 杏次 Kamui Kyōji?)
- Zu (ズー Zū?): Yoko Mari (万里 洋子 Mari Yōko?)
- Agito (アギト Agito?): Satoshi Kurihara (栗原 敏 Kurihara Satoshi?)
- Fog Mother (フォッグマザー Foggu Mazā?, Voice): Maho Maruyama (丸山 真歩 Maruyama Maho?) (Played as Mariho Kayama (佳山 真梨穂 Kayama Mariho?))
- Earth Spirit (地空人 Chikūjin?): Shuji Uchida (内田 修司 Uchida Shūji?)
- Earth Spirit (地空人 Chikūjin?): Yurika Nagano (永野 百合香 Nagano Yurika?)
- Narrator (ナレーター Narētā?): Shozo Iizuka (飯塚 昭三 Iizuka Shōzō?)
- Kamen Rider J: Jiro Okamoto (岡元 次郎 Okamoto Jirō?)
- Garai: Hideaki Kusaka (日下 秀昭 Kusaka Hideaki?)
- Zu: Yoshie Seki (関 誉枝恵 Seki Yoshie?)
- Agito: Tomoyuki Tsuruyama (鶴山 知之 Tsuruyama Tomoyuki?)
- Insert theme
- Ending theme
- "Kokoro Tsunagu Ai" (心つなぐ愛? Hearts Connect Love)
Adaption for Saban's Masked RiderEdit
Saban Entertainment used monster footage from this movie in their Masked Rider TV show. Hachi Woman became "Hydrasect" and appeared in the episode Stranger from the North, along with another monster from the previous movie, Kamen Rider ZO. Fog Mother became "Ultivore" and appeared in the episode Saturday Morning Invasion, and Tokage Man became "Cyborgator" and appeared in the episode "Ectophase Albee". Cobra Man was the only monster not used in this adaptation.
- ↑ Televi Magazine First Issue 31st Anniversary Project: All Hero Great Assembly (テレビマガジン創刊31周年記念企画 (?), December 2002.
- ↑ Televi Magazine Deluxe 66, January 17, 1997. ISBN 4-06-304418-1.
- ↑ "2011年9月のラインナップ". Toei Channel. http://www.toeich.jp/backnumber/2011/1109.html. Retrieved 2011-11-20.
- ↑ Hyper Hobby, August 2009
- ↑ "仮面ライダー総集結のアクションゲーム『ライダージェネレーション』が発売！". Dengeki.com. 2011-05-23. http://news.dengeki.com/elem/000/000/367/367332/. Retrieved 2011-11-19.
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