The new official Kamen Rider series logo has been revealed. In the future, works from Showa, Heisei, and Reiwa will use the official logo in official shops and websites in Japan and across the world.
The logo is a combination of artwork and text. The art itself uses large circular eyes, which is symbolic in the Kamen Rider series. The text uses romaji lettering with a feeling of fast movement, which is now seen in many recent series.
The Kamen Rider series has released numerous works since it debuted in April 1971. The latest work, Kamen Rider Zero-One, was the first in the Reiwa era. The tv series was revived in 2000 with the debut of the first Heisei Rider, Kamen Rider Kuuga. Kuuga celebrated its 10tth anniversary this year.
In the past 20 years, 21 programs have been produced with over 13 million toy transformation belts sold.
Children who loved the series are becoming adults. The show is beloved by both children and adults, and Kamen Rider is seen as their “hero.”
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