Category Archives: Den-O

Super Kamen Rider Den-O & Decade NEO Generations: The Onigashima Warship

Super Kamen Rider Den-O & Decade NEO Generations: The Onigashima Warship

In the year 1980, a young boy named Yuu encounters a mysterious man named Mimihiko, who is searching for the legendary Trump Card, a stone that Yuu holds belonging to his family. Being rescued by New Den-O, Yuu joins the DenLiner and discovers the effects on time Mimihiko and his brother Kuchihiko have had, including the disappearance of the DenLiner Imagin and Ryotaro’s reversion into his younger self!

      

After meeting with Kamen Rider Decade, Tsukasa Kadoya, and the members of the Hikari Studio, the DenLiner crew recover the Imagin and head to the Muromachi Era, where they meet a young woman named Toki, who fights to protect her village. But when the legendary Onigashima Warship is reactivated, all of time is at risk once more! Can the DenLiner crew stop the mad brothers and save the future?

      

We’re back with some more Den-O, kicking off the Super Den-O movie series, and like other Den-O films, we have both the theatrical and director’s cuts! This movie is best viewed after the Den-O episodes of Decade, but is otherwise mostly a Den-O film, so while we haven’t gotten our Decade project underway, we’re going ahead with this. Coming soon will be the Super Den-O trilogy, so watch for that!

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Kamen Rider Den-O Complete Series+Movies Batch

Complete Series+Movies Batch

Hop onboard the Train of Time once again as the Den-O series batch pulls out of the station at last!

 

This batch contains the following in 720p (v2s detailed below):

  • Episodes 1-49
  • Final Trilogy Special Edition
  • Hyper Battle Video
  • Kamen Rider Den-O The Movie: I’m Born! (Theatrical and Director’s Cuts)
  • Kamen Rider Den-O & Kiva – Climax Deka
  • Farewell Kamen Rider Den-O: Final Countdown (Theatrical and Director’s Cuts)

Unlike usual, due to the number of fixes we’ve applied, the patches are available in one big pack for those who have already downloaded the single releases. The fixes are:

  • Episode 16: Revised line in the preview to match Episode 17.
  • Episode 17: Fixed incorrect chapter mark.
  • Episode 18: Reworded a line and removed “4” from Momotaros’ count to 10 as he skips it.
  • Episode 19: Updated title of Episode 20 in the preview.
  • Episode 20: Updated episode title. The file has been renamed to reflect new title but still includes v2 tag.
  • Episode 20-22, 25, 32, 33, 35, 36, 40, 42, 49, Final Trilogy SE, I’m Born (Theatrical & Director’s Cuts): Updated Yuuto’s catchphrase to match Over-Time’s version of it from later film appearances.
  • Episode 44: Corrected wording on a line.
  • Farewell Den-O: Corrected several of Kin’s lines to undo an unintentional change.

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Farewell Kamen Rider Den-O: Final Countdown

Farewell Kamen Rider Den-O: Final Countdown

When the Imagin and Kohana take a trip to visit Ryotaro and Airi, they are attacked by the legendary Ghost Train, and onboard are two Imagin and the evil Kamen Rider Yuuki, who is none other than Ryotaro! But when all hope seems lost, a blue DenLiner appears, delivering someone claiming to be Kamen Rider New Den-O! Just who is he, and can he help everyone save Ryotaro and save time once again?

   

We’re back with another Den-O film, wrapping up the main Den-O series! The subsequent movies make up the Super Den-O series and will be released in the near future. Once again, we’ve got both the theatrical and Director’s Cuts, and like I’m Born, thanks go out to @TokuSwag for providing the BD version of the theatrical cut, and @BlaisingLion for the assistance with buying the Director’s Cut BD box! Enjoy!

      

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Kamen Rider Den-O & Kiva: Climax Deka

Kamen Rider Den-O & Kiva: Climax Deka

With Kai’s defeat, Ryotaro and the rest of the DenLiner crew resume their time-traveling adventures by founding a detective agency to keep any other surviving Imagin in check. But when a rogue Imagin swipes Owner’s spare Den-O Pass, it’s up to the DenLiner Police and rookie detective Kazuya, along with a little help from another Rider, to stop the evil Imagin and save the past, present, and future!

   

Time for the first post-finale Den-O film! This was the first of the Heisei Rider teamups in movies, although it’s definitely more of a Den-O film that Kiva cameos in than what the later teamups would be. This one didn’t get a director’s cut version, so just the single release here. Enjoy!

      

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Kamen Rider Den-O Wrap Up

I really wanted all 4 Imagin in here along with Ryotaro, and this was the best shot I could find on short notice. Too bad Kin is mostly off-screen...

Another train pulls into the final station as Den-O is now complete! Kind of! What does that mean? Read on and find out!

 

Big thanks go out to the uploader at ADC who provided the BDs for the series (who I can’t name because ADC is still down and I don’t remember who it was…) and to Earthly for the hard work scrubbing things! Thanks also go out to OrangeLion and TV-N as the scrubs were based on their work.

 

I was definitely excited to work on Den-O since it’s such a popular entry in the franchise and it finally let me dive into a Phase 1 Heisei series. It was well worth it, and I think despite a slow start with releases for the first quarter of the series, the change to single daily releases helped a lot with getting things done at a solid pace. While I’m well aware that people would certainly prefer a fully new translation from start to finish, myself included, to me, it made more sense to get HD encodes out there and at least attempt to tidy up the existing translation and hope that someone will take up a full re-translation at some point. Should anyone be interested in that, I welcome them to use these BD encodes.

 

Now, unsurprisingly, when I said Den-O was only kind of done, that’s because there are several other movies set after the series that we’ve also got plans to release. Normally, we would do these in their release order, but since some of these would have to wait until we’re all the way on to Decade, we’re going to skip the usual release order and do the Den-O movies independently of whatever else we’re releasing. So look for the Den-O/Kiva, Farewell Den-O, Den-O/Decade, and Super Den-O Trilogy to come out in the near future.

 

Additionally, the batch is going to be slightly delayed as there are some revisions that we’d like to make to some earlier episodes based on things we realized we could word better as the series went on. If you’re happy with the translations as they are now, they won’t be anything extreme, but we’ll have a patch pack with the batch to revise the existing releases if you so choose. We’ll probably include the movies with the batch as well, which will help with delaying it a little longer.

 

Last, as usual when doing one of these wrap up posts, we have to talk about what’s next. People ask about Decade all the time and the only update I can give on that front is that the retranslation project is waiting for translator availability. After discussions with Champstice, we’ve agreed that Decade will get released first with scrubs (unless the translator is available by the time we’re ready to start releasing), once again in conjunction with Earthly, and when the new TL is ready, we’ll simply re-release the encodes with the new TL and offer a patch for anyone that got the scrubs. Additionally, as previously announced on Twitter, we’ll be doing Kabuto once Earthly has an opportunity to give the subs one more pass, and I’ve also been looking at some potential 540p encodes of the early Heisei series that have upscaled BDs (Faiz, Ryuki, etc.), but that particular plan will be discussed when I’m done with series that were produced in native HD. In any case, that’s all still a little farther down the road.

 

In the meantime, Earthly and I, in conjunction with the RaillerSubs team, will be doing Kiva’s BDs! This isn’t expected to kick off until the start of 2019, namely because I want to make a dent in Kyoryuger first, and we have the rest of Build Box 3, as well as Build Box 4 and LuPat Box 2 in December. This lines up well with Earthly’s availability for the next month or so as there is some additional work that needs to be completed on the subs. My personal goal, using the daily schedule, is to be able to beat the Kiva Figuarts release. Can we do it? We’ll see! So, be ready to “Wake Up!” in 2019 and watch some Kiva!