Kamen Rider (Sky Rider)

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Kamen Rider (Sky Rider)
仮面ライダー (スカイライダー)
Genre Kamen Rider
Creator Ishinomori Shoutarou
Writer
Director Yamada Minoru and others
Starring Murakami Hiroaki and others
Narrator Nakae Shinji
Opening theme
Ending theme
Composer(s) Kikuchi Shunsuke
No. of episodes 54
Production
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s)
  • MBS TV
  • Toei
Fan Rating / 5 Stars
Broadcast
Original channel TBS TV
Time 7:00 pm Fri
Original run October 5, 1979 (1979-10-05) – October 10, 1980 (1980-10-10)
Chronology
Preceded by Kamen Rider Stronger
Followed by Kamen Rider Super-1
6th Showa Rider Series
Main Page Characters Staff Chronology Trivia
Voice Actor Stunt Actors Actor Trivia Links
Neo Shocker Media
< Kamen Rider Stronger Kamen Rider Super-1 >

仮面ライダー (スカイライダー)

October 5, 1979 (1979-10-05) - October 10, 1980 (1980-10-10) (54 Episodes)


The sixth installment in the Kamen Rider series.
The title of the series is referred to as Kamen Rider by default, but has other monikers to distinguish the series from the original, such as:

  • Kamen Rider (Skyrider)
  • Skyrider
  • New Kamen Rider

Plot[edit]

Characters[edit]

Tsukuba Hiroshi / Sky Rider

筑波 洋 / スカイライダー

  • The main hero and protagonist of the series.
A camper abducted and experimented by Neo-Shocker, but managed to escape from becoming a cyborg that serves them.
Using his powers programmed into him by Neo-Shocker, Hiroshi combats the sinister organization as Sky Rider.
Shido Keitarou

志度敬太郎

Kanou Midori

叶みどり

Sugimura Michi

杉村ミチ

Nozaki Yumi

野崎ユミ

Tonda Konta

飛田今太

Kanou Shigeru

叶 茂

Tani Genjirou

谷源次郎

Numa

Itou Naoko

伊東ナオコ

Ozawa Aki

小沢アキ

Yada Kanji / Ganganjii

矢田勘次 / がんがんじい

  • Yada Kanji is a man who wears a suit of armor and poses as a superhero wannabe called Ganganjii.
As Ganganjii, he tries involve himself in Sky Rider's exploits against Neo Shocker, but comically flops doing so.
Tskuba Youtarou

筑波洋太郎

  • Hiroshi's father, who was caught in a car bombing with his wife by Neo Shocker three years prior.
Tskuba Toshiko

筑波寿子

  • Hiroshi's mother, who was caught in a car bombing with her husband by Neo Shocker three years prior.

Seven Kamen Riders[edit]

Four years after the final episode of Kamen Rider Stronger, the first seven Riders make return appearances
throughout the series to aid Sky Rider in his battles against Neo-Shocker.

Jou Shigeru / Kamen Rider Stronger
  • Appears in: Episodes 20-21, Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 38, 52-54
Kazami Shirou / Kamen Rider V3
  • Appears in: Episodes 23, Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 34-35, 54
Yuuki Jouji / Riderman
  • Appears in: Episodes 26, Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 33, 54
Jin Keisuke / Kamen Rider X
  • Appears in: Episodes 26, Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 31-32, 54
Ichimonji Hayato / Kamen Rider Nigou
  • Appears in: Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 36-37, 39-40, 53-54
Kamen Rider Ichigou
  • Appears in: Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 54
Kamen Rider Amazon
  • Appears in: Hachinin Rider VS GingaOh, 27-28, 54

Neo Shocker[edit]

ネオショッカー

The Great Leader

大首領

General Monster

ゼネラルモンスター

Admiral Majin

魔神提督

Trivia[edit]

The series was originally just called Kamen Rider, but later commonly referred to as Sky Rider.

  • Sky Rider was intended to be a reboot of the 1971 Kamen Rider series, but was decided to pick up on the Showa Rider continuity whilst bringing back elements from the first installment.

Fourth season in the Kamen Rider series overall, where characters from previous installments make return appearances.

External Links[edit]

JP Wiki