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Kamen Teacher (仮面ティーチャー Kamen Tīchā?) is a franchise based on Japanese manga series Kamen Teacher written and illustrated by Toru Fujisawa.

PlotEdit

Gouta Araki, a special instructor in the Kamen Teacher Program that gives problem schools a complete overhaul. When he dons a mask, Araki becomes "Kamen Teacher Hayato Jumonji", a hero for justice who brings light to troubled schools by putting down delinquents.[1]

MediaEdit

  • Kamen Teacher - 2007 manga
  • Kamen Teacher BLACK - 2013 manga
  • Kamen Teacher - 2013 TV series
  • Friday Road SHOW! Special Drama Project: Kamen Teacher - 2014 TV special
  • Gekijoban: Kamen Teacher - 2014 film
  • Kamen Teacher SILVER MASK - 2015 musical show

CharactersEdit

3 Kamen Teachers
Kamen Teacher Silver Gouta Araki/Hayato Jumonji
Kamen Teacher Black Keigo Kusanagi/Hayato Jumonji Jr.
Kamen Teacher Gold ?


NotesEdit

  • Despite the original manga including lots of tribute to the Kamen Rider and Metal Hero Series, the live-action adaptions are usually not considered as a tokusatsu by the mainstream media. This might because the agency of the main heroes' actors, Johnny & Associates, do not allow their artists appeared in tokusatsu series.
    • The only two exceptions are Hiroshi Nagano from V6, who portrayed Daigo Madoka in Ultraman Tiga (1996) and Goro Inagaki from SMAP who portrayed Goro in special Kamen Rider G (2009).

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