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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP10 Apr 2020 9:22 p.m. PST

…Superhero TV.

"If you love Power Rangers, you are probably at least aware of Super Sentai, the Spandex-clad Tokusatsu series it borrows its costumes, mechs, and action footage from. But Toei, the makers of Super Sentai, are also behind another of Japan's most iconic superhero franchises: the legendary Henshin Heroes of Kamen Rider.

Last week, Toei announced a major licensing deal with Shout Factory to officially bring the original Kamen Rider to America for the first time, laying the groundwork for more entries in the esteemed franchise to make their way out of Japan and to the West. It's a chance to see the origin story of one of Japan's most iconic superheroes, but if you don't know what the fuss is all about—or what the difference between Kamen Rider and the likes of other Tokusatsu superheroes like the Super Sentai or Ultraman franchises—we're here to help…"
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