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Kamen Rider Gaim Has Finally Finished Filming


According to the actors and staff of the Kamen Rider Gaim series, they have confirmed that the they have completed filming the final episode. 

Some actors and staff who have shared this sad news over social media are Yutaka Kobayashi, the actor who portrayed Kamen Rider Baron/Kaito Kumon, Mahiro Takasugi, who plays Kamen Rider Ryugen/ Micchy, Yumi Shida, who played as Mai, Yui Natsuki, waitress at the local cafe, Digitarou, Nitro+’s representative director.


Source: Firestarter's Blog via Tokusatsu Network

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6 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    i hate to see another amazing kamen rider series end. but im really looking forward to seeing a new kamen rider series this fall.im sure the haters will eat their words seeing that they complained last year about a fruit based kamen rider and gaim ended up being a big hit not only in japan but worldwide.im sure kamen rider drive will be another success from toei.


  2. Anonymous Says:

    All good things, as they say


  3. Anonymous Says:

    wait does that mean that KAMEN RIDER DRIVE will not appear or r u try to surprise us n not to mention the 16th HEISEI/ 31th rider is coming soon i can't wait n see


  4. Anonymous Says:

    Fuck Im really not ready for this. Gaim is best Rider series to come along in a long time. I hope Drive to live up to the standards it's predecessor has set.


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Finally, get this Urobutcher hack plot out of here already


  6. Anonymous Says:

    I treat a new Kamen Rider series like I treat a new Doctor Who. At first, I'm skeptical. But over time, it will grow on me.


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