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  • Português (Portugal)
  • English
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • dansk
  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 47
  • Exibido: Out 6, 2013 - Set 28, 2014
  • Exibido em: Domingo
  • Original Network: TV Asahi
  • Duração: 24 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.0 (scored by 1,286 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2334
  • Popularidade: #4394
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Not Yet Rated


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Out 13, 2020
47 of 47 episódios vistos
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História 8.0
Acting/Cast 9.5
Musical 8.0
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desconstrução de genero

Gaim é uma ótima desconstrução do gênero de tokusatsu, gosto dos personagens em geral e de como todos servem para contar essa historia de amadurecimento

Alguns plots não fazem sentido e o começo é muito ruim mas ainda é muito divertido acompanhar os personagens e os twists geniais. Também não gostei de como certos personagens( principalmente a Marika e a Mai) tiveram seu desenvolvimento cortado.
Tem coisa que podia ter sido melhor mas eu pessoalmente me diverti bastante vendo e recomendo para qualquer um que queira ver um rider um pouco mais dark.
Urobuchi por favor escreva mais riders

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Dez 6, 2022
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One of the Most Thrilling Kamen Rider Series of the late-Heisei II era!

I think it's no news to critics and fans of shows like 'Kamen Rider' and the long-running 'Super Sentai' series that both shows have become increasingly trite, bubblegum-cute, nonsensical outings that treat their target child and young adult audiences like fragile dolls who can't handle anything heavy and prefer just to binge on the latest toys advertised by the show. It can be somewhat distracting and annoying.

At first, I thought that Gaim would be another victim of this increasingly prevalent trend with these shows and was thoroughly prepared to hate the show, even more so when I listened to the opening song of the series which is not my cup of tea at all!

Color me shocked when I realized a few episodes in how mesmerizing and dark this show actually turned out to be.

This show utilizes the concept of fruit for the Rider designs and weapons and dance as its central themes throughout its run. It also delves into an interesting take on the Norse legends. name-dropping mythical names such as Yggdrasil and Helheim (the Norse underworld). The way they incorporated these concepts into the show was quite interesting, especially as they unveiled the master strategy of the various villains confronted by the Riders throughout the show.

The basic plot follows the exploits of the lead character, Kamen Rider Gaim/Kouta, who is a former beat dancer who ran one of the leading dance gangs in their city. He leaves the gang and helps his elder sister out by working part-time jobs and basically living life as a young adult. He is dragged back into the city wise turf wars between beat dance gangs when his close friend (and eventual love interest) Mai and other friends beg him to help their squad when their territory is threatened by a rival beat dance gang led by Kouta's rival, a power-hungry and vengeful young man Kaito. With the disappearance of their captain, Kouta's best friend, they are outmatched - due to the fact that the corporation that took over their formerly small village, Yggdrasil Corporation, has been utilizing the beat dance gangs as experimental subjects by feeding mechanized 'Lock Seeds' which have 'virtual' monsters that they use to fight for turf and reputation, egged on by the local DJ extraordinaire, DJ Sagara.

Kouta, Mai, Kaito, and other members of the gangs discover that these virtual monsters are actually terrifyingly real when they burst out into the real world and start terrorizing the city. Kouta is granted a mysterious driver belt that grants him the power to use the lock seeds to assume the mantle of Kamen Rider and begins to defend the city, which rapidly begins to become ungovernable as the schemes of Yggdrasil Corp. assume shape and even dark secrets concerning the Lock Seeds and the mysterious realm of Helheim come to light.

This show tackles classism, the obligations of those in power, trauma and the horrors it can induce in a population, the concept of what makes one human, and several other surprisingly heavy themes as the characters face increasingly terrifying odds that bring out the best and worst in each of them. There are several plot twists that hook into the show as it unfolds and it makes no bones about killing off characters when they want to, no matter how seemingly important they may be to the plot.

What I love about this show is the way that it launches the concept of the Rider War in the Heisei-II era of Kamen Rider (this concept pops up periodically a few times in the earlier Heisei period shows in titles like Ryuki, 555, Decade). Unlike Decade which had the concept but was more of an anniversary event than one specific to one show, this is probably the first proper Rider War since Ryuki.

All of the characters showcased throughout the show go through several traumatic events that warp them from their starting point to their ultimate fates, and several of the characters are not 'good' or 'evil' but are delightfully wavering through the various shades of gray. Some start off as heroes and end as villains, some remain antagonists whose actions impact the story for good or ill.

I love this show so much because it took one of the most nonsensical themes imaginable (fruit!) and crafted a thrilling story that hooked me from start to finish. It is one of the best iterations of the modern Kamen Rider that has been crafted and holds up so well, nearly a decade after its debut. It also showcases an element that I feel elevates Kamen Rider from its main competitor, the Super Sentai Series. Unlike Super Sentai which over the last several years (with notable exceptions) has become annoyingly trite and flaky, Kamen Rider manages to carry heavy social, economic and class-driven themes under the wrapping of the most ridiculous concepts. Gaim is a perfect example of their ability to follow the trend of pushing toy sales while telling compelling stories (but the most extreme example of this is a later entry, Kamen Rider Ex-Aid). Super Sentai has failed more often than not to capture the spirit of their Showa and early Heisei-era offerings, by dumbing down their shows to their audiences; one of the reasons why I find myself enjoying Kamen Rider more than Super Sentai more and more these days!

Ignore the lower rating of this show. I don't know why its rating is only 8.0, but it deserves to be at least an 8.5 if not higher. Definitely one of the best Kamen Rider shows of the last decade.

Rewatch: I rarely rewatch shows, but I have rewatched this one a few times. Its themes are heavy and can contain some disturbing content that might lower one's willingness to invest in watching the whole thing over again, but it's definitely one that deserves to be revisited from time to time!

Rating: 9.5/10

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  • Drama: Kamen Rider Gaim
  • País: Japão
  • Episódios: 47
  • Exibido: Out 6, 2013 - Set 28, 2014
  • Exibido On: Domingo
  • Original Network: TV Asahi
  • Duração: 24 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: 8.0 (avaliado por 1,286 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2334
  • Popularidade: #4394
  • Fãs: 2,789

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