Kamen Rider Features a Menacing Volcanic Villain in First Look at New Series

The adventures of Kamen Rider: Zero-One are set to continue in the next series from Titan Comics, which features a new villain named Ragnarok.

CBR has exclusive insight into Kamen Rider: Zero-Onean all-new Titan Comics limited series from writer Brandon Easton (Mister Miracle: the source of freedom) and artist Hendry Prasetya (Robotech, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers). The four-issue series is set to continue the adventures of the 2019-2020 live-action series of the same name, which was the first in the franchise’s Reiwa era.

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  • Screenwriter: Brandon Easton
  • Artist: Hendry Prasetya
  • Colorist: Bryan Valenza
  • Letterer: Deron Bennett
  • Cover A: INHYUK LEE
  • Cover C: PHOTO (PART OF SET ON #1-4)
  • Cover F: COLOR BLANK SKETCH ($4.99)
  • Publisher: Titan Comics
  • FC, 32pp, $3.99, on sale November 23, 2022
  • Aruto Hiden is KAMEN RIDER ZERO-ONE! Together with his faithful humagear companion Izu, he has saved the world many times as an insectoid superhero! But when his company HIDEN INTELLIGENCE is attacked by the mysterious RAGNAROK, Aruto must not only confront the villain powered by volcanic cells, but also his own past…

Kamen Rider: Zero-One followed the adventures of Aruto Hiden, the young CEO of Hiden Intelligence, who inherited the company from his grandfather, Korenosuke Hiden. Along with his new position, Aruto has been entrusted with the powerful pilot Hiden Zero-One, a device that allows him to transform into the titular hero for battle. Over the course of 45 episodes, 12 specials, and four movies, Aruto has battled countless foes while saving both his business and the world on multiple occasions.

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the original Kamen Rider, created by renowned manga artist Shotaro Ishinomori, debuted in 1971 and lasted nearly two years at the start of what is now known as the Showa era. Since then, the franchise has spawned dozens of live-action series, movies, anime, video games, and comics, as well as countless related items. The most recent entry, the anime series Fuuto PIpremiered on August 1, 2022, and is a direct continuation of the events of 2009’s live action Kamen Rider F.

Kamen Rider: Zero-One #1 is written by Brandon Easton, with art by Hendry Prasetya. The main cover is by Inhyuk Lee, with variant covers by Derrick Chew and Nahuel Grego. Kamen Rider: Zero-One #1 goes on sale November 23 from Titan Comics. Pre-orders are currently available on Previews World for US fans and on Forbidden Planet for UK and EU fans.

Source: Titan Comics

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