FamiKamen Rider: What to Watch?

Some folks have been interested in knowing what we were pulling from to build our story for this movie.  I’m happy to say that we’re keeping it about as canon as we can possibly make it.  For those of you who may not have seen some of the things we’ve pulled from, or if you need a refresher course, we encourage you to watch the WA*RI*ON Saga followed by the YCPT 3rd Year Anniversary videos.  We have them embedded here, all five episodes, in their appropriate order so that you can catch back up on the events of the Juu WaRiOn and how he became the FamiKamen Rider.

WA*RI*ON Part 1 – Mario & Wario

WA*RI*ON Part 2 – Downtown Nekketsu Koushinkyoku: Soreyuke D

WA*RI*ON Part 3 – L.S.D.

Can’t see the embedded video?  Click this! http://blip.tv/play/AYKt_QcC.x?p=1
[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYKt_QcC.x?p=1 width=”720″ height=”433″]

YCPT – 3rd Year Anniversary – Part 1
Can’t see the embedded video?  Click this! http://blip.tv/play/AYLjzjsC.x?p=1
[blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYLjzjsC.x?p=1 width=”720″ height=”433″]

YCPT – 3rd Year Anniversary – part 2


5 thoughts on “FamiKamen Rider: What to Watch?”

      1. I had to switch over to YouTube because I’m a member of the Blip purge but it’s actually pretty easy if you follow the support instructions. My only issue is that the size never seems the same but that’s after Blip and WordPress changed the ways they do things over the years.

        Working now though, but why are some of them YouTube and some Blip? Just curious.


  1. Because unfortunately not every video seems to have survived on YouTube and Blip alike. These are all on Justin’s channels still, and you can find a lot of things that are on YouTube that aren’t on Blip, and vice versa when it comes to his videos. A bit inconvenient, I agree, but at least it all still exists. I personally kept my own hard copies of each episode, though, just in case anything else happened.


    1. You and me both, Marz. So long as I have internet, I will always watch Justin’s videos as intended. Online. But still…it’s reassuring to know copies exist, mine or otherwise.


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