(from Kamen Rider Ryuki)
(from Kamen Rider Ryuki)
(From Kamen Rider Ryuki)
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as it was bound to happen, we finally get some new toys based on Kamen Rider Dragon Knight (or Kamen Rider Ryuki) here’s the presser for the new toys.
EDIT: you can now view photos of the products here.
Bandai America Inc. introduces Kamen Rider Dragon Knight – a toy line that empowers boys 6+ to defend the world from General Xaviax, an evil warlord from a parallel dimension. Inspired by the television series produced by Adness Entertainment Co., Ltd., Bandai’s dynamic toy line captures the many action-packed elements that combine to make Kamen Rider Dragon Knight one of the year’s hottest up-and-coming properties for boys.
Based on one of Japan’s most successful franchises with over 38 years as a top-rated show, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight premiered early January 2009 on TheCW4Kids Saturday morning kids block. The series airs in HD, making the show’s fast-paced action sequences and stunning CGI special effects appear life-like. The show’s young and talented cast, featuring actors Stephen Lunsford and Matthew Mullins, draws upon their talent as mixed martial arts athletes to add even more excitement to the series.
The story follows the heroic adventures of teenager Kit Taylor, who discovers a mysterious deck of Advent Cards that grant him the power to transform into a warrior known as a Kamen Rider. Kit joins Kamen Rider Wing Knight to battle the renegade warlord General Xaviax and his army in both the real world and a parallel world called Ventara, or Mirror World. “As one of the most popular and successful live-action series of all time for kids in Japan, the Kamen Rider Dragon Knight series is sure to captivate its U.S. audience with its mixed-martial arts and cycle inspired themes,” said Danielle Armbrust, director of marketing, Bandai America Inc. “The result is an exhilarating story line packed with characters, vehicles and weapons that naturally translates into a toy lineup appealing to boys.” Available at major retailers July 2009, Bandai America’s Kamen Rider Dragon Knight line features: