It has been 10 years since “Kamen Rider OOO” was broadcast, and the production of the highly anticipated sequel as the VCinext “Kamen Rider OOO 10th: Core Medal of Resurrection” has been decided. The teaser footage and visual have been released. This work will screen for a limited period in spring 2022, and the release of Blu-ray & DVD is scheduled for August 2022.
“Kamen Rider OOO” is the 12th “Heisei Kamen Rider” series that was broadcast from September 2010 to August 2011 on TV Asashi Affiliated. The story is about the main protagonist Hino Eiji and the homunculi Ankh fighting against the O Medal homunculi, Greeed to protect humanity.
The complete new “Kamen Rider OOO 10th: Core Medal of Resurrection” has gathered the original cast for the first time in 10 years. This work is the direct sequel to the last episode of the TV series that takes place 10 years in the future, and it depicts the revival of Ankh, who was supposed to be destroyed and the battle with a new enemy.
The appearance of Eiji and Ankh beside each other can be seen in the teaser visual, and this visual featuring the impossible scene together with the destroyed Ankh will surely make you feel excited.
For the teaser footage, along with Kougami’s shout of “Happy Birthday! OOO!”, the theme song “Anything Goes!” by Ohguro Maki can be heard with the appearance of the main cast members and original characters. Then, together with Eiji’s “Welcome Back, Ankh”, the both of them reunited at the ruins, and the explosion that signals the start of a new battle can also…
What will happen in the world after the 10 years? Why did Ankh revive? Please do look forward to the premiere.
The VCinext “Kamen Rider OOO 10th: Core Medal of Resurrection” will premiere in spring 2022, and the Blu-ray & DVD will be released in August 2022.
Also, along with the screening of this work, the production of the online spin-off drama that will be available on “Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club” has also been decided.
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