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Takamasa Suga Returns for Kamen Rider Zi-O


Shinji Kido is back! Takamasa Suga reprises his role for Kamen Rider Zi-O's Ryuki arc.

Also seen in the photo above is the Another Rider, which looks more like Ryuga rather than Ryuki.


Also returning for Zi-O is Kanji Tsuda, who reprises his role as Ore Journal's chief editor, Daisuke Okubo.

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7 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Cool, Shinji's back! Though I wonder how they'll do this since technically the events of Ryuki had already been erased. Is that why it looks like Ryuga instead of Ryuki?


  2. Intrestingly, This Another Rider is a MIRROR IMAGE!

    (looks Closely at the Image) HEY GUYS! Check out the name on the Right Pectoral of the Another Rider, I think it says RYUGA!


  3. Think that actually is Another Ryuga. The text is mirrored (fittingly) but it definitely says Ryuga on the chest


  4. Unknown Says:

    Cool...my first kamen rider that I watched from when I was a kid.


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Hmmm. I have a funny thought that this is another Ryuga, not a mistake. I have a few ideas. Idea 1: since Ryuga is a mirror version of Shinji, it could be that the timejackers used Ryuga as the base of the another rider, an evil rider, to make it harder to destroy permanently. Just like how they are using future riders at the moment in different cases. Idea 2: Timejackers create the another rider watch in the mirror world, home of Ryuga. Idea 3: I forgot... Had it and it left my mind tragically. But hmmm....


  6. Anonymous Says:

    Well Here comes a campaign or PBandai Ryuga Watch.


  7. Great Scott their right it is ryuga


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