StoneBot Studios also offers Kamen Rider Zero-One comic series
The “Kamen Rider 50th Anniversary and Beyond” panel at the Comic-Con Special Edition event announced on Saturday that StoneBot Studios will offer the ongoing Hitotsu Yokoshima program Kamen Rider Kuuga manga in English next year. The panel announced that more manga could come in the future.
StoneBot Studios hosts several preview images of the manga on its website.
Artist Hitotsu Yokoshima kicked off the manga, the third live-action based Kamen Rider Kuuga television series, in Heroes Inc.‘s Hero of the month reviewed in November 2014. Toshiki Inoue, one of the writers of the live-action series, writes the scripts for the manga and producer Shinichiro shirakura (Gekijōban Kamen Rider 555: Paradise Lost) plans the series.
The manga was uploaded to the Comiplex website when Hero of the month completed publication in October 2020. The 18th compiled book volume in the series shipped to Japan on November 5th.
The Kamen Rider Kuuga TV series aired from 2000 to 2001. The series was Toeiis the first new Kamen Rider series following the death of the creator Shotaro Ishinomori, and this marked the beginning of the Heisei era Kamen Rider series. Yell! Factory Television broadcasts the series online.
StoneBot Studios is also offering a brand new series of original comics, never before seen in Japan or elsewhere, based on the 2019-2020 live-action. Kamen Rider Zero-One series. The four-issue miniseries and one-off specials will launch next year. Yell! Factory The television will begin broadcasting the series live online in December after hosting the U.S. premiere of the Kamen Rider Zero-One: REALxTIME film at Comic-Con Special Edition. Kamen Rider Zero-One is the first series of the Reiwa era of the franchise.
Seven seas publishes Shotaro Ishinomoriis original Kamen Rider manga in English.
Foto Tantei, a manga sequel to live-action 2009 Kamen Rider W (pronounced “double”), is itself inspiring FUUTO PI animated series next summer.
The franchise has a new manga from Studying Yu-saku title Ohiru no Shocker-san (Shocker during the day) which launched on November 11 on the LINE Manga platform, with an anime also slated for the manga in 2022. The manga and anime are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the franchise.
Hideaki Anno (evangelization, Shin godzilla) directs, scripts and produces the live action Cavalier Shin Kamen film for an opening in March 2023.
Source: Kamen Rider 50th Anniversary and Beyond Special Edition Comic-Con panel