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Kamen Rider Specter x Blades Features First Female Actress to Transform in Both Kamen Rider and Super Sentai Series

The sequel to Kamen Rider Saber x Ghost, Kamen Rider Specter x Blades, has premiered on the TTFC app on June 27 at 10:00 AM JST.

Makoto Fukami/Kamen Rider Specter (Ryosuke Yamamoto) once again appears, along with his sister Kanon (Mio Kudo). In the special, Kudo will be the first female heroine to transform in both Kamen Rider and Super Sentai series. She currently portrays Sayo Oharu/Kiramai Pink in Mashin Sentai Kiramager.

In this work, Kanon transforms into a pink and white-themed Kamen Rider called Kamen Rider Kanon Specter.

Yamamoto commented that he was really happy to be involved again. After the end of Kamen Rider Saber x Ghost, many asked if he would appear in the sequel. The shooting site hasn’t changed at all, which made him feel like he was returning home.

Kudo expressed that she has been in her Mashin Sentai Kiramager for the past year, and felt worried it would change her performance as Kanon. Even though it has been years since she last portrayed the character, she still feels connected with Kanon and is thankful fans have supported her for so long.

“Making Of” videos will be distributed for both specials starting in early July and in August.

Kamen Rider Specter x Blades is a TTFC exclusive available now.

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