Kamen Rider

Rating  :  

5.9

Duration  :  

30m

1156 Episodes

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

13 Episodes

Kamen Rider

98 Episodes

Kamen Rider V3

1 Episodes

Kamen Rider X

1 Episodes

Kamen Rider Amazon

24 Episodes

Kamen Rider Stronger

1 Episodes

Sky Rider

1 Episodes

Kamen Rider Super-1

1 Episodes

Kamen Rider Black

11 Episodes

Kamen Rider Black RX

47 Episodes

Kamen Rider Kuuga

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Agito

51 Episodes

Kamen Rider Ryuki

50 Episodes

Kamen Rider 555

50 Episodes

Kamen Rider Blade

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Hibiki

48 Episodes

Kamen Rider Kabuto

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Den-O

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Kiva

48 Episodes

Kamen Rider Decade

31 Episodes

Kamen Rider W

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider OOO

48 Episodes

Kamen Rider Fourze

48 Episodes

Kamen Rider Wizard

53 Episodes

Kamen Rider Gaim

47 Episodes

Kamen Rider Drive

48 Episodes

Kamen Rider Ghost

50 Episodes

Kamen Rider Ex-Aid

45 Episodes

Kamen Rider Build

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Zi-O

49 Episodes

Kamen Rider Zero-One

11 Episodes

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