Kamen Rider Fourze 32

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Episode 32
Super Space Sword
Kamen Rider Fourze episode
Writer Sanjou Riku
Director Sakamoto Koichi
Original air date April 22, 2012 (2012-04-22)
Viewership 6.5%
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Air date: April 22, 2012 (2012-04-22)

Important things that happened[edit]

  • Gentarou comes back to life thanks to the Cosmic Switch. It gives him the ability to transform into Cosmic States, giving him the powers of all 40 Switches at once, plus an ability similar to Virgo Zodiarts's.
  • Ryuusei has Meteor taken away from him again. Aries revives Jirou, who turns off the Switch, but quickly falls back into a coma after learning what Ryuusei had to do to save him. Losing Jirou again, Ryuusei realizes he sacrificed his friend Gentarou for no reason. He saves the Kamen Rider Club and his classmates from Subaruboshi by fighting the Dustards bare-handed. Gentarou saves him and forgives him. He's allowed back into the club and is Meteor again, his identity still a secret to Oosugi.
  • Aries Zodiarts is defeated, his Switch given to Gamou by Virgo.

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Kamen Rider Fourze Cosmic States[edit]

仮面ライダーフォーゼ コズミックステイツ

TV Asahi site


Aries Zodiarts[edit]

Ariesu Zodiatsu アリエス・ゾディアーツ
Aries Zodiarts.jpg

Switcher: Yamada Tatsumori (山田竜守)
Played by: Kawahara Kazuma (川原一馬)
Height: 235cm
Weight: 209kg

TV Asahi site

Aries Nova[edit]

Ariesu Nova アリエス・ノヴァ
Aries Nova.jpg

Switcher: Yamada Tatsumori (山田竜守)
Played by: Kawahara Kazuma (川原一馬)
Height: 235cm
Weight: 209kg

TV Asahi site

Guest Stars[edit]


Voice Actors[edit]

  • Tachibana - Hiyama Nobuyuki タチバナ - 檜山修之
  • Virgo Zodiarts - Tanaka Rie ヴァルゴ・ゾディアーツ - 田中理恵

Songs Used[edit]


  • After Gentarou dies, the scene in the warehouse become progressively dustier. Perhaps this is done on purpose to show how the world has fallen apart with the lead character dead.
  • Tachibana reveals himself to the Rider Club for the first time. Kengo realizes that Tachibana was the one who gave him the Switch that took him to the Rabbit Hutch. Tachibana also gives a clue about his identity when he tells Kengo to look at the exterior of Rabbit Hutch for a clue on how to revive Gentarou.
    • When Kengo finds the writing carved into the wall, it's covered in dust. Since the moon has no atmosphere or wind, there shouldn't be any dust covering the wall unless someone put it there.
  • More Bruce Lee references. Ryuusei's flying kick against Aries during the execution scene is very much like Bruce Lee's.
  • In the afterlife scene, Gentarou is seen standing in what appears to be a golden river. On one shore is the silhouette of his parents, on the other is Kengo. This is probably a reference to the Sanzu River, which the Japanese believe the dead must cross to enter the afterlife.
  • When Gentarou catches Ryuusei, the scene momentarily flashes to show Kengo nonchalantly walking into the scene, swinging his briefcase. It's a pretty good bit of subdued visual acting.
  • Ryuusei finally does the friendship handshake with Gentarou.
  • In 31-32, Gentarou says to Aries a few times that he will "Wake him up."
  • First time that "Cosmic Mind" is played. Gentarou also says the Cosmic States catchphrase for the first time, "Using our bond, we will grab on to space!"
  • Tomoko is the one at the end who hands Ryuusei his MeteorDriver.

Climax Episode[edit]

The Director's Cut of both episodes 31 and 32.


Original Creator: Ishinomori Shoutarou (石ノ森章太郎)
Supervisor: Onodera Akira (小野寺 章)
Writer: Sanjou Riku (三条 陸)
Director: Sakamoto Koichi (坂本浩一)
(Alpha Stunts)
Music: Naruse Shuhei (鳴瀬シュウヘイ)
Cinematographer: Kurata Kouji (倉田幸治)
Editor: Osada Naoki (長田直樹)
Action Director: Miyazaki Takeshi (宮崎 剛)
(Japan Action Enterprise)
Tokusatsu Director: Butsuda Hiroshi (佛田 洋)
  • TV Asahi (テレビ朝日)
  • Toei (東映)
  • ADK (エーディーケー)


Kamen Rider Fourze 32 Transcript


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