Deadmans is an organization that worships demons. Through the use of mysterious Vistamps, monsters called Deadman are born from within humans. Fighting to protect his family from Deadmans’ clutches is Ikki Igarashi. He himself has a contract with Vice, a demon that lives within Ikki’s body. Together, they transform into two Kamen Riders: Ikki as Kamen Rider Revi, and Vice as Kamen Rider Vice. Together, they are Kamen Rider Revice! (Source: kamenrider.fandom.com) Edit Translation
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- עברית / עִבְרִית
Cast & Credits
Has Its Demons, But Lives With ItKamen Rider Revice is a lot of fun. Despite being an anniversary series, it can be easily watched without prior knowledge of the other Kamen Riders that proceeded it, with it at most showing homage to these past Riders in their suit designs. The story itself is mixed - it kinda drags, and some of the arcs that happen can be less engaging than others. But the interpersonal drama is very well written and the concepts of inner demons are approached in unique and interesting ways for everyone involved, keeping the show feeling fresh each time it touches on its themes. The midpoint made me start to worry about one of the important reasons I was interested in the series, but it came back around to being fun and enjoyable, with a great way to wrap up the end. The supporting cast is all very interesting and fun, with George and Ikki's father in particular being a highlight for me. The opening is SO MUCH FUN, with the music overall being good. Suit designs are really good, with base Revi being a standout for me. Fight choreography was great, and it has one of the most impactful fights in the entire franchise in a later episode. Overall, while it has some issues with the larger plot, the interpersonal moments are very good, I love how it went about studying its themes, and the combat is very fun to watch with it focusing on two Riders with very different personalities. Great stuff!
This show is boringThis is by far the most boring Kamen Rider shows I have ever seen. For a so called "Anniversary Season", it pretty much does nothing special to be classified as an Anniversary celebration. You get forms based on past Riders, but they don't use their exact powers, nor do they even mention said Riders by name. Even if its not an Anniversary Season, the show itself is still bland as hell to watch. For a 50th anniversary milestone, they pretty much did a pretty bad job. Honestly, with the number as big as 50, surely they could have done like a big over the top celebration, but alas they did the exact opposite.