We love a big superhero crossover, eh? The biggest box office hit of all time is testament to that. And while the U.S. has only gotten into this game in the past 10 years, Japan is way ahead. For decades now, they’ve given fans huge events where classic and contemporary heroes and villains clash in epic feature-length proportions.
The movie features a team up of all 20 Heisei Era Riders. (For those not steeped in such things, the Heisei Era corresponds to the reign of Emperor Akihito from January 8, 1989 until his abdication on April 30 2019. Currently, Japan is in the Reiwa Era.)
Nerdist is incredibly proud to welcome Team Kamen Rider and Shout Factory TV to Nerdist House 2020. This will be our virtual series of panels and discussions broadcast live over the internet. July 11 is the big day, as you may have already seen on TokuSHOUTsu, Shout! Factory TV’s new streaming channel devoted entirely to Japanese tokusatsu. Since its launch in March, TokuSHOUTsu has given fans 24/7 entertainment with shows like our favorite Rider,
Final details are still in process, but I’m delighted to announce I will moderate the panel on July 11 and introduce the screening along with members of Team Kamen Rider, Tokunation, and Tokusatsu Network. I’m revved up to get to share the joys of tokusatsu—which I’ve been mainlining for months now—with all of you! If you’ve never watched, this is a perfect chance to find out what you’re missing. And
The panel will be carried on on Nerdist’s YouTube Channel and will simultaneously stream on the Geek & Sundry YouTube Channel and Geek & Sundry’s Twitch Channel. The film will only screen on Nerdist’s YouTube Channel and on Geek & Sundry’s YouTube Channel.
Team Kamen Rider will also be doing a digital event called “Heisei Week” with livestreams every day from July 6-11, on every Kamen Rider in the film. Head to the Team Kamen Rider website for more info and exclusive new merchandise for sale.
We’re excited to bring the excitement of