Images from the latest issues of Japanese magazines had showed up some preview shots from the upcoming Kamen Rider Wizard film, “Kamen Rider Wizard In Magic Land”. Additionally, we came to see the real identity of the White Wizard.
In the film, Haruto will be traveling to the "Land of Magic" where he will meet the Golden Magician, which will now be officially called Kamen Rider Sorcerer. In the said place, anyone can transform into Kamen Rider Mage (using the belt similar to that of the White Wizard's). In the image below, we can see Rinko, Shunpei and Wajima preparing to transform.
Also seen above is the Mage Wizard Ring, Sorcerer Wizard Ring, and three additional rings that are yet to be named. To premiere on August 3rd, Kamen Rider Wizard In Magic Land will be directed by Shojiro Nakazawa and written by Junko Komura.
On the the Kamen Rider Wizard TV series. In the next episodes, we can finally see Haruto's back story and the real identity of the White Wizard. From the next week's episode preview, a mysterious man came to see Wajima.
White Wizard is the man called Fueki. In the image above, we can see Kamen Rider Beast Hyper taking him on, but to no avail. A new Wizard Ring will also debut in the next arc.
Next week's featured Phantom, Bahamut. Although it resembles a dragon in various Japanese media, it is based on a vast fish that supports the earth in Arabian mythology. Kamen Rider Wizard is forced to use the DragoTimer against him.
Another Phantom to be featured in the show, Sylph. It is based on a mythological creature in the Western tradition that have the element of wind/air. Sylph Phantom takes on Kamen Rider Wizard Infinity and Beast Hyper's double rider kick!
And lastly, Mayu will return in the upcoming episodes after she had finished her training under the White Wizard. Will she be going to be our next female Kamen Rider? Watch out in the coming weeks!
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