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Kamen Rider Cyclone Debuts in W Novel, Short Summary Posted


After a very brief information on the “Kamen Rider W: The One Who Comes After Z” last week, Henshin Justice posted a longer summary for the novel. Written by original lead writer Riku Sanjou, it marks the first appearance of Kamen Rider Cyclone!

Phillip takes up Shotaro’s name and is still solving crimes. Phillip uses Fang Joker and fights alongside with Accel, but as the fights against the Dopants gets tougher he is forced to transform into Kamen Rider by himself. Thus Phillip becomes Kamen Rider Cyclone!

It will be released alongside Kamen Riders Kuuga, Kabuto and OOO novels this November 30th, for 650 yen each.

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6 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    ... Wait, what happens to Shotaro?


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Yeah what anon above said what Is Shotaro doing he can't be dead can he?


  3. Anonymous Says:

    Shotaro is not around.


  4. Samurai-Don Says:

    @Anonymous
    Still around considering that Phillip can transform into Fang Joker. My guess is that he is either under the weather or had to go somewhere.


  5. Anonymous Says:

    "Phillip takes up Shotaro’s name and is still solving crimes. "

    It means Shotaro give philip his first name so Philip is Philip Hidari now. Well, cause Philip is not Sonozaki Raito after all(he is just avatar), they think need to give him a real name so Philip become more human.
    So Shotaro and Philip is officially brother now (or couple, just kidding LOL)


  6. Swordman Says:

    He must be not around, I mean like on trip to foreign country. Yet they can still transform when Phillip contacts him through phone. Plus there's Accel as backup.


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