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Masked Rider Ryuki, known in Japan as Kamen Rider Ryuki (仮面ライダー龍騎, Kamen Raidā Ryuki), is the 12th installment in the Kamen Rider metaseries. It is a joint collaboration between Ishimori Productions and Toei Company. In Japan, it has aired for 50 episodes on TV Asahi from February 3, 2002 to January 19, 2003.

This show has gotten internationally well known, mainly because it was adapted in the United States as Kamen Rider Dragon Knight in 2008 and aired in many countries worldwide. It was produced by Adness Entertainment alongside with Toei Company and Ishimori Productions themselves.

Dubbing History[]

Throughout the series' history, there have actually been two English dubs produced for this series. Both dubs cover all 50 episodes.

In 2003, The first English dub was made in Hong Kong by Omni Productions as it was released by MTV Production in Hong Kong and was released by Speedy Video in Malaysia. This dub was titled: Masked Rider Dragon and all 50 episodes were released that year.

One year later in 2004, this series would receive a second English dub produced separately in Singapore by Voiceovers Unlimited. First airing on the now-defunct SPH MediaWorks Channel i, that year airing all 50 episodes. It was aired under Masked Rider Ryuki. It would also air in the Philippines on ABS-CBN 2.

Cast[]

The series has received two English dubs and there are two separate columns to avoid confusions.

Image Character Original Actor Dub Actor
(Omni dub)
Dub Actor
(Voiceovers Unlimited dub)
Shinji Kido Takamasa Suga ? ?
Ren Akiyama Satoshi Matsuda ? ?
Yui Kanzaki Ayano Sugiyama ? ?
Shiro Kanzaki Kenzaburo Kikuchi ? ?
Shuichi Kitaoka Ryohei ? ?
Goro Yura Tomohisa Yuge ? ?
Takeshi Asakura Takashi Hagino ? ?

Notes[]

  • Some English-speaking Asian regions have aired both Ryuki and its' American adaptation Kamen Rider Dragon Knight as two separate shows. Including Singapore and the Philippines.
  • The U.S. adaptation of this series being Dragon Knight, also received a Japanese dub in 2010, featuring veteran actors and voice actors that also participated in past Tokusatsu shows, voicing several characters. All 40 episodes were covered.
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