“Farewell, FamiKamen Rider” – Now Live on YouTube

We are thrilled to present our full length feature film, “Farewell, FamiKamen Rider” to the world for free and without commercial interruption through YouTube today.  It has been a long time coming, and we are very proud to show what work we’ve accomplished this past year with the help of all of you.  You’ve all made this happen.  Justin Carmical’s legacy and story can finally be told and closed, and I hope you’re all satisfied with the result, as you had a hand in making it happen.  Thank you for the love and the support.  I’m glad we got to see our friend, JewWario, ride on one last time.

Again, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

We look forward to posting more material related to the making of the movie in the near future.


5 thoughts on ““Farewell, FamiKamen Rider” – Now Live on YouTube”

  1. I will miss JewWario after this, but i will continue to make chapter 1 for the comic series im starting, i hope i get it done and show it to you.



      1. the story is like this:
        3 months after J-dub’s death, Cody [the hero of the story] goes through life like any other. Until one night where he was visited by non other than J-dubs in his dream, telling him that he has been chosen to become the next FamiRider. Now with J-dubs’s FamiDrive, Cody has to protect his hometown of Richland from the evil organization called DarkSand, not to mention trying to hide his heroic identity from his family and friends.

        Im working on a plot chapter so when i get it done i will show it and send it to Marzgurl.


  2. i seen it yesterday thanks to my 3ds…i LOVE IT..and i started to cry in the end of the movie.. Ready to Brave


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