This article is about a/an crossover movie in the Tokusatsu Super Hero subgenre.

For the film series this movie started, see Super Hero Taisen Series.

Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen (仮面ライダー×スーパー戦隊: スーパーヒーロー大戦 Kamen Raidā × Supā Sentai Supā Hīrō Taisen, Super Hero Wars) is a crossover between Super SentaiIcon-crosswiki.png and Kamen RiderIcon-crosswiki.png to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Super Hero Time. The catchphrases for the movie are "All Riders vs. All Sentai, Finally a Big Rumble!" (全ライダーVS全戦隊 ついに大激突! Zen Raidā Tai Zen Sentai Tsui ni Daigekitotsu!) and "New Heroic Century: The Biggest Hero Battle!" (ヒーロー新世紀―史上最大のヒーローバトル! Hīrō Shinseiki - Shijō Saidai no Hīrō Batoru!).

This film unites the majorities of both the Super SentaiIcon-crosswiki.png and Kamen RidersIcon-crosswiki.png. The protagonists of Kaizoku Sentai GokaigerIcon-crosswiki.png and Kamen Rider DecadeIcon-crosswiki.png were primarily featured, but the casts of Tokumei Sentai Go-BustersIcon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Rider FourzeIcon-crosswiki.png, Kamen Rider OOOIcon-crosswiki.png, and Kamen Rider Den-OIcon-crosswiki.png also had a supporting role.

A series of net movies called Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taihen – Who’s the culprit?!, or Super Hero Taihen for short accompany the film's release.

Producer Shirakura says, "In the year after the anniversary we're not going to power down but cross it.... We want to show things you can't see in the regular shows. This was pretty close to impossible but I'd like to make it the norm for our spring films. Rider is science, Sentai is magic."

A teaser for the film was shown after Movie War Mega MaxIcon-crosswiki.png, showing the 40 Kamen Riders and the 199 Super Sentai with Captain MarvelousIcon-crosswiki.png announcing "I will destroy all Riders!" (全てのライダーは俺が倒す! Subete no Raidā wa ore ga taosu!).

In late 2012, a sequel was announced and was released in 2013. The film was released on DVD/Blu-Ray on October 21, 2012.


The second Super Hero Taisen poster

The Kamen Rider ClubIcon-crosswiki.png discovers that the Dai-ZangyackIcon-crosswiki.png fleet is moving towards Earth, led by Captain MarvelousIcon-crosswiki.png as their Great Emperor. With many revived Super Sentai villains under his command, Captain Marvelous plans to obtain the Great Power of the Kamen Riders to gain the "Ultimate Treasure in the UniverseIcon-crosswiki.png" (宇宙最高のお宝 Uchū Saikō no Otakara). Meanwhile, Tsukasa KadoyaIcon-crosswiki.png becomes the Great Leader of Dai-ShockerIcon-crosswiki.png once again and recruits past enemies of the Kamen Riders to take down the Super Sentai teams. Unknown to the heroes, the Kamen Rider villains comprising Dai-Shocker cooperate with Dai-Zangyack's Super Sentai villain members with the intent of taking over the world. Upon learning this, the Kamen Riders and the Super Sentai teams all join forces in order to stop their respective enemies once and for all.


The film begins with Captain MarvelousIcon-crosswiki.png of the GokaigersIcon-crosswiki.png confronting and defeating the Seven Legendary RidersIcon-crosswiki.png before Tsukasa KadoyaIcon-crosswiki.png appears before him. While Marvelous swears to him he will not rest before all Kamen Riders are destroyed, Tsukasa claims he will not stop until all Super Sentai are vanquished. While watching Earth from the moon, Kamen Rider FourzeIcon-crosswiki.png, Yuki JojimaIcon-crosswiki.png, and Miu KazashiroIcon-crosswiki.png see a series of shooting stars that turn out to be a ZangyackIcon-crosswiki.png fleet. Within moments, Amanogawa High is invaded by Zangyack militants as Gentaro comes to Shun DaimonjiIcon-crosswiki.png's aid before being blasted away from the Kamen Rider Club to an area where he meets Captain Marvelous. Introducing himself as Kengo UtahoshiIcon-crosswiki.png and Yuki arrive, Marvelous reveals his intent to kill Gentaro as he transforms into Gokai Red. Transforming in response, Kamen Rider Fourze is overpowered by Gokai Red before sicking the soldiers on him. But, the rest of the Gokaiger crew arrive and take out the Zangyack soldiers before they attempt to talk Marvelous out of attacking the Kamen Riders. Marvelous is unconvinced as he summons his new ship, the Gigant Horse, and calls in Warz GillIcon-crosswiki.png, Ackdos GillIcon-crosswiki.png, Brajira of the MessiahIcon-crosswiki.png, the Black Cross KingIcon-crosswiki.png, LongIcon-crosswiki.png, DagonIcon-crosswiki.png, the QuestersIcon-crosswiki.png, and Doukoku ChimatsuriIcon-crosswiki.png. Though Kamen Rider MeteorIcon-crosswiki.png arrives to lend a hand, Gokai Red retaliates by summoning Rider Hunter SilvaIcon-crosswiki.png to cripple Meteor before inflicting the death blow and tells his crew that Kamen Rider Decade has already taken the lives of the GorengersIcon-crosswiki.png and some of the other Super Sentai teams.

At their city's Kazami district, the Go-BustersIcon-crosswiki.png find people being attacked by various Kamen Rider monsters under Doktor GIcon-crosswiki.png of the revived Dai-ShockerIcon-crosswiki.png. Doktor G then introduces the Go-Busters to Dai Shocker's Great Leader, Tsukasa KadoyaIcon-crosswiki.png as he transforms into Decade to overpower them. But before he can finish them off, the GokaigersIcon-crosswiki.png save their successors and demand an explanation from Decade. However, Decade blames Marvelous for starting the fight before the Crisis Fortress appears overhead with Doktor G summoning Apollo GeistIcon-crosswiki.png, the Bat FangireIcon-crosswiki.png, the JokerIcon-crosswiki.png, General JarkIcon-crosswiki.png, Neo Organism DorasIcon-crosswiki.png, General ShadowIcon-crosswiki.png, Llumu QhimilIcon-crosswiki.png, and the Arch OrphenochIcon-crosswiki.png to weaken the Gokaiger so Decade kills Luka, Ahim, and Gai as Joe and Don are forced to retreat.

Elsewhere, Brajira and various Goseiger monsters attack Kamen Rider OOOIcon-crosswiki.png as the Double Births arrive to provide him back up before Silva arrives. Watching from afar, Marvelous encounters Daiki KaitoIcon-crosswiki.png and reveals his goal to obtain the "Ultimate Treasure in the Universe" (宇宙最高のお宝 Uchū Saikō no Otakara) by killing all Kamen Riders. Taking out the two Births while fighting Kamen Rider Diend, Marvelous is about kill his opponent when OOO sacrifices himself to save the other Riders. Taking HinaIcon-crosswiki.png and the Core MedalsIcon-crosswiki.png on her person to the Crisis Fortress, Kaito confronts Tsukasa after he gave his forces the order to go after the Goseigers. Kaito manages to take Tsukasa's camera, refusing to support his friend as he and Hina are forced to retreat with Tiger-Roid and Komathunder sent after them as they run into Joe and Doc as they debate over their next course. At Hina's behest, Kaito becomes Diend to wipe out the Dai-Shocker monsters. Learning that he is a Kamen Rider, despite stating he is on no one's side in the conflict, Joe attempts to take out his frustrations on Kaito as he reveals what Marvelous' intention while he spares Joe's life upon beating him. From there, Don offers that they all join forces to solve what is truly going on with Marvelous and Tsukasa.

Seeing that finding one of them is the only way to find answers, Kaito takes the others to Decade as he kills the Goseigers. Though they came only to talk, Joe is intent on fighting as Doras defeats him. However, Marvelous destroys the monster to save Joe and tells his first mate that this is for survival as only one group of heroes can exist. Telling Joe that Akarenger knows the true story, Marvelous tells him not to interfere as he confronts Tsukasa. With their amassed armies ordered to stand back and watch, Marvelous and Tsukasa transform and do battle. With both Gokai Red and Decade evenly matched, the fight ends in a stalemate. Later that night, Joe attacks Kaito but lacks the will to kill him while admitting he does not want to see any more death. When they decide to find AkarengerIcon-crosswiki.png, Joe points out that he is dead. Kaito decides to buy them a ride on the Den-LinerIcon-crosswiki.png with the cup of pudding he stole from Momotaros during their last meeting. Arriving in the winter of 1976 to watch his battle with Baseball Mask, Akarenger reveals that he knows why they come and ask them to take him to their time as he is joined by the the ZyurangersIcon-crosswiki.png, the Goggle VIcon-crosswiki.png, the MegarangersIcon-crosswiki.png, the DekarangersIcon-crosswiki.png, and the LivemenIcon-crosswiki.png. But Kamen Rider 1Icon-crosswiki.png suddenly arrives with Kamen Riders KuugaIcon-crosswiki.png, FaizIcon-crosswiki.png, KabutoIcon-crosswiki.png, KivaIcon-crosswiki.png, and DoubleIcon-crosswiki.png with a battle ensuing where only Akarenger and Kamen Rider Ichigo remain.

However, Akarenger and Kamen Rider Ichigo are revealed to be Gokai Red and Decade in disguise as both planned to flush out the remaining opposition and put an end. Mortified with Marvelous's drive to sacrifice their own, a betrayed Joe engages his captain with Kaito protecting him before being knocked out by Decade. With both Kaito and Joe taken out, Gokai Red and Decade resume their epic battle have been before Doktor G and Silva arrive and reveal that Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack have been playing them both in order to remove any opposition to combining their fortresses into Big Machine to take over the world. However, Marvelous and Tsukasa knew of the treachery and played along while sending those they seemingly defeated into a dimensional rift until the time to spring their trap arrived. Joined by the Gokaiger crew, OOO, and the real Akarenger and Kamen Rider 1 as they transform, Decade and Gokai Red are joined by Fourze, Meteor, the Go-Busters, and every other Kamen Rider and Super Sentai team to stand against the Shocker-Zangyack Alliance. However, as Go-Buster Oh is formed to fight the enlarged Warz and Ackdos while he and Gokaigers defeat General Shadow, Decade is horrified to find a revenge-driven Kaito as he forms Big Machine to teach everyone a lesson as the mecha kills Ackdos and Warz.

Entering Big Machine, Diend uses it on Go-Buster Oh with Fourze saving Yellow Buster. Given the Rocket Super-1 Switch and a new Astro Switch, Fourze takes over Yellow Buster's place in piloting Go-Buster Oh as it engages Big Machine with the Super Rocket-1 Switch giving the giant robot the means to take their opponent into space. Back on Earth, the Gokaigers gain OOO Ranger Keys to take out Silva while Doktor G becomes Kani Laser to overpower the Kamen Riders before the Goseigers give Decade, Ryuki, and Blade their Tensou Cards to overpower the Destron monster prior to using their signature moves to finish him. However, Doktor G is revealed to be Narutaki as he leave while telling Decade that he will never stop until he is dead. Back in space, using Saturn's gravity as a boost, Fourze install the Drill Switch Super-3 on Go-Buster Oh to destroy Big Machine. Soon after, as Eiji and Hina are reunited, the Gokai Galleon crew watch Fourze befriending the Go-Busters. Marvelous then joins up with his crew sees the ultimate treasure being friendship between the Kamen Riders and the Super Sentai teams while accepting Eiji's friendship. As for Kaito, having survived the Big Machine's destruction but badly injured, gives Tsukasa back his camera and tells him to find his own path before accepting Tsukasa's (and Joe's) friendship in his own way while leaving.

Continuity and Placement


Kamen Riders

Kamen Rider 1 Takeshi HongoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider 2 Hayato IchimonjiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider V3 Shiro KazamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Riderman Joji YukiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider X Keisuke JinIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Amazon Daisuke YamamotoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Stronger Shigeru JoIcon-crosswiki.png
Skyrider Hiroshi TsukubaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Super-1 Kazuya OkiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider ZX Ryo MurasameIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Black Kotaro MinamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Black RX
Kamen Rider Shin Shin KazamatsuriIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider ZO Masaru AsoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider J Kouji SegawaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Kuuga
Yusuke GodaiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Agito Shouichi TsugamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider G3 Makoto HikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Ryuki
Shinji KidoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Knight
Ren AkiyamaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Zolda
Shouichi KitaokaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Faiz
Takumi InuiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Blade
Kazuma KenzakiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Hibiki Hitoshi HidakaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Kabuto
Souji TendoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Gatack
Arata KagamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Den‑O Sword
Kamen Rider Den‑O Rod
Kamen Rider Den‑O Ax
Kamen Rider Den‑O Gun
Kamen Rider Kiva
Wataru KurenaiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Decade
Tsukasa KadoyaIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Diend Daiki KaitoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Double
PhilipIcon-crosswiki.png & Shotaro HidariIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Accel Ryu TeruiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider OOO
Eiji HinoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Birth
Shintaro GotoIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Birth Prototype
Akira DateIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Fourze
Gentaro KisaragiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kamen Rider Meteor
Ryusei SakutaIcon-crosswiki.png

Super SentaiIcon-crosswiki.png

Akarenger Tsuyoshi KaijoIcon-crosswiki.png
Aorenger Akira ShinmeiIcon-crosswiki.png
Kirenger Daita OiwaIcon-crosswiki.png
Momorenger Peggy MatsuyamaIcon-crosswiki.png
Midorenger Kenji AsukaIcon-crosswiki.png
Spade Ace Goro SakuraiIcon-crosswiki.png
Dia Jack Ryu AzumaIcon-crosswiki.png
Heart Queen Karen MizukiIcon-crosswiki.png
Clover King Bunta DaichiIcon-crosswiki.png
Big One Sokichi BanbaIcon-crosswiki.png
Battle Japan Masao DenIcon-crosswiki.png
Battle France Kyousuke ShidaIcon-crosswiki.png
Battle Cossack Makoto JinIcon-crosswiki.png
Battle Kenya Shirou AkebonoIcon-crosswiki.png
Miss America Maria NagisaIcon-crosswiki.png
DenziRed Ippei AkagiIcon-crosswiki.png
DenziBlue Daigoro OumeIcon-crosswiki.png
DenziYellow Jun KiyamaIcon-crosswiki.png
DenziGreen Tatsuya MidorikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
DenziPink Akira MomoiIcon-crosswiki.png
VulEagle Takayuki HibaIcon-crosswiki.png
VulShark Kin'ya SamejimaIcon-crosswiki.png
VulPanther Asao HyouIcon-crosswiki.png
GoggleRed Ken'ichi AkamaIcon-crosswiki.png
GoggleBlack Kanpei KurodaIcon-crosswiki.png
GoggleBlue Saburo AoyamaIcon-crosswiki.png
GoggleYellow Futoshi KijimaIcon-crosswiki.png
GogglePink Miki MomozonoIcon-crosswiki.png
DynaRed Hokuto DanIcon-crosswiki.png
DynaBlack Ryuu HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
DynaBlue Yousuke ShimaIcon-crosswiki.png
DynaYellow Kousaku NangouIcon-crosswiki.png
DynaPink Rei TachibanaIcon-crosswiki.png
Red1 Shirou GouIcon-crosswiki.png
Green2 Shingo TakasugiIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue3 Ryuuta NanbaraIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow4 Jun YabukiIcon-crosswiki.png
Pink5 Hikaru KatsuragiIcon-crosswiki.png
ChangeDragon Hiryuu TsurugiIcon-crosswiki.png
ChangeGriffon Shou HayateIcon-crosswiki.png
ChangePegasus Yuuma OozoraIcon-crosswiki.png
ChangeMermaid Sayaka NagisaIcon-crosswiki.png
ChangePhoenix Mai TsubasaIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Flash JinIcon-crosswiki.png
Green Flash DaiIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Flash BunIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Flash SaraIcon-crosswiki.png
Pink Flash LouIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Mask TakeruIcon-crosswiki.png
Black Mask KentaIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Mask AkiraIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Mask HarukaIcon-crosswiki.png
Pink Mask MomokoIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Falcon Yusuke AmamiyaIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Lion Joh OharaIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Dolphin Megumi MisakiIcon-crosswiki.png
Black Bison Tetsuya YanoIcon-crosswiki.png
Green Sai Jun'ichi AikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Turbo Riki HonooIcon-crosswiki.png
Black Turbo Daichi YamagataIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Turbo Youhei HamaIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Turbo Shunsuke HinoIcon-crosswiki.png
Pink Turbo Haruna MorikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
FiveRed Gaku HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
FiveBlue Ken HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
FiveBlack Fumiya HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
FivePink Kazumi HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
FiveYellow Remi HoshikawaIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Hawk Ryu TendoIcon-crosswiki.png
Black Condor Gai YukiIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Owl Raita OoishiIcon-crosswiki.png
White Swan Kaori RokumeikanIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Swallow Ako HayasakaIcon-crosswiki.png
TyrannoRanger Yamato Tribe Prince GekiIcon-crosswiki.png
MammothRanger Sharma Tribe Knight GoushiIcon-crosswiki.png
TriceraRanger Etoffe Tribe Knight DanIcon-crosswiki.png
TigerRanger Dime Tribe Knight BoiIcon-crosswiki.png
PteraRanger Lithia Tribe Princess MeiIcon-crosswiki.png
RyuuRanger Ryo of the Heavenly Fire StarIcon-crosswiki.png
ShishiRanger Daigo of the Heavenly Phantom StarIcon-crosswiki.png
TenmaRanger Shoji of the Heavenly Gravity StarIcon-crosswiki.png
KirinRanger Kazu of the Heavenly Time StarIcon-crosswiki.png
HououRanger Lin of the Heavenly Wind StarIcon-crosswiki.png
NinjaRed SasukeIcon-crosswiki.png
NinjaWhite TsuruhimeIcon-crosswiki.png
NinjaBlue SaizouIcon-crosswiki.png
NinjaYellow SeikaiIcon-crosswiki.png
NinjaBlack JiraiyaIcon-crosswiki.png
OhRed Goro HoshinoIcon-crosswiki.png
OhGreen Shouhei YokkaichiIcon-crosswiki.png
OhBlue Yuji MitaIcon-crosswiki.png
OhYellow Juri NijouIcon-crosswiki.png
OhPink Momo MaruoIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Racer Kyosuke JinnaiIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Racer Naoki DomonIcon-crosswiki.png
Green Racer Minoru UesugiIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Racer Natsumi ShinoharaIcon-crosswiki.png
Pink Racer Youko YagamiIcon-crosswiki.png
MegaRed Kenta DateIcon-crosswiki.png
MegaBlack Kouichirou EndouIcon-crosswiki.png
MegaBlue Shun NamikiIcon-crosswiki.png
MegaYellow Chisato JougasakiIcon-crosswiki.png
MegaPink Miku ImamuraIcon-crosswiki.png
GingaRed RyoumaIcon-crosswiki.png
GingaGreen HayateIcon-crosswiki.png
GingaBlue GoukiIcon-crosswiki.png
GingaYellow HikaruIcon-crosswiki.png
GingaPink SayaIcon-crosswiki.png
GoRed Matoi TatsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
GoBlue Nagare TatsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
GoGreen Shou TatsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
GoYellow Daimon TatsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
GoPink Matsuri TatsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
TimeRed Tatsuya AsamiIcon-crosswiki.png
TimePink YuriIcon-crosswiki.png
TimeBlue AyaseIcon-crosswiki.png
TimeYellow DomonIcon-crosswiki.png
TimeGreen SionIcon-crosswiki.png
GaoRed Kakeru ShishiIcon-crosswiki.png
GaoYellow Gaku WashioIcon-crosswiki.png
GaoBlue Kai SamezuIcon-crosswiki.png
GaoBlack Soutarou UshigomeIcon-crosswiki.png
GaoWhite Sae TaigaIcon-crosswiki.png
HurricaneRed Yousuke ShiinaIcon-crosswiki.png
HurricaneBlue Nanami NonoIcon-crosswiki.png
HurricaneYellow Kouta BitouIcon-crosswiki.png
AbaRed Ryoga HakuaIcon-crosswiki.png
AbareBlue Yukito SanjyouIcon-crosswiki.png
AbareYellow Ranru ItsukiIcon-crosswiki.png
DekaRed Banban "Ban" AkazaIcon-crosswiki.png
DekaBlue Houji "Hoji" TomasuIcon-crosswiki.png
DekaGreen Sen'ichi "Sen-chan" EnariIcon-crosswiki.png
DekaYellow Marika "Jasmine" ReimonIcon-crosswiki.png
DekaPink Koume "Umeko" KodouIcon-crosswiki.png
MagiRed Kai OzuIcon-crosswiki.png
MagiYellow Tsubasa OzuIcon-crosswiki.png
MagiBlue Urara OzuIcon-crosswiki.png
MagiPink Houka OzuIcon-crosswiki.png
MagiGreen Makito OzuIcon-crosswiki.png
Bouken Red Satoru AkashiIcon-crosswiki.png
Bouken Black Masumi InouIcon-crosswiki.png
Bouken Blue Souta MogamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Bouken Yellow Natsuki MamiyaIcon-crosswiki.png
Bouken Pink Sakura NishihoriIcon-crosswiki.png
GekiRed Jan KandouIcon-crosswiki.png
GekiYellow Ran UzakiIcon-crosswiki.png
GekiBlue Retsu FukamiIcon-crosswiki.png
GekiViolet Gou FukamiIcon-crosswiki.png
GekiChopper Ken HisatsuIcon-crosswiki.png
Go‑On Red Sosuke EsumiIcon-crosswiki.png
Go‑On Blue Renn KousakaIcon-crosswiki.png
Go‑On Yellow Saki RouyamaIcon-crosswiki.png
Go‑On Green Hanto JouIcon-crosswiki.png
Go‑On Black Gunpei IshiharaIcon-crosswiki.png
Shinken Red Takeru ShibaIcon-crosswiki.png
Shinken Blue Ryunosuke IkenamiIcon-crosswiki.png
Shinken Pink Mako ShiraishiIcon-crosswiki.png
Shinken Green Chiaki TaniIcon-crosswiki.png
Shinken Yellow Kotoha HanaoriIcon-crosswiki.png
Gosei Red AlataIcon-crosswiki.png
Gosei Pink EriIcon-crosswiki.png
Gosei Black AgriIcon-crosswiki.png
Gosei Yellow MouneIcon-crosswiki.png
Gosei Blue HydeIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Red Captain MarvelousIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Blue Joe GibkenIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Yellow Luka MillfyIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Green Don DogoierIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Pink Ahim de FamilleIcon-crosswiki.png
Gokai Silver Gai IkariIcon-crosswiki.png
Red Buster Hiromu SakuradaIcon-crosswiki.png
Blue Buster Ryuji IwasakiIcon-crosswiki.png
Yellow Buster Yoko UsamiIcon-crosswiki.png


Rabbit Usada LettuceIcon-crosswiki.png


Shadow Moon Nobuhiko AkizukiIcon-crosswiki.png

Kamen Rides

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Gosei Cards

Main article: Gosei CardsIcon-crosswiki.png
  • The Goseigers can use their Gosei Cards to perform Tensou Techniques, which includes transforming, summoning their Gosei HeaddersIcon-crosswiki.png, and activating special abilities.
  • This is the only time the Gosei Cards are used by non-Gosei Angels.
  • This is the second time Decade borrows a power from a Super Sentai team since the Rekka Daizantou from his crossover with the Shinkengers.

Core Medals

Main article: O MedalsIcon-crosswiki.png
  • Kamen Rider OOO can use his Core Medals to transform into different Combo forms.
    • Head - Taka
    • Arms - Tora
    • Legs - Batta
  • Combo Changes
    • Tatoba Combo

Gokai Changes

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Rocket Drill Go-Buster Oh

Main article: AstroswitchesIcon-crosswiki.png
  • Kamen Rider Fourze can use his Astroswitches to arm his limbs with different weapons or transform into a different States form if the Switch's number is a multiple of 10.
  • States Changes
    • Elek States, Fire States, Magnet States

Kamen Ride vs. Gokai Change Parallels

  • All of Tsukasa's Kamen Rides and 8 out of 9 of Marvelous' solo Gokai Changes in this movie share something in common with an opponent they battle.
    • Gokai Red vs. Seven Legendary Riders
      • BiomanIcon-crosswiki.png: 7 out of 8 of these heroes gained their powers through scientific configuration (Kamen Rider Amazon is the only exception, as he received his powers from a mystical chief).
      • KakurangerIcon-crosswiki.png: N/A
    • Gokai Red vs. Kamen Rider Fourze
      • DenzimanIcon-crosswiki.png vs. Kamen Rider Fourze Elek States: Both are more science-based themes and are connected to the element of electricity.
      • MagirangerIcon-crosswiki.png vs. Kamen Rider Fourze Fire States: Both use the element of fire as their primary attack.
    • Kamen Rider Decade vs. Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters
    • Gokai Red vs. Kamen Rider Diend
      • ShinkengerIcon-crosswiki.png: Both were the stars of the previous Kamen Rider/Super Sentai crossover.
    • Kamen Rider Decade vs. Gokai Red
      • Kamen Rider BladeIcon-crosswiki.png vs. J.A.K.Q.Icon-crosswiki.png: Both have playing cards as major aspects of their respective universes. Also, both heroes use the Ace of Spades as their motif.
      • Kamen Rider HibikiIcon-crosswiki.png vs. Battle Fever JIcon-crosswiki.png: Both have a connection to Japan or Japanese culture (Hibiki is based on the legends of the Japanese "oni" demons) and both heroes are performing artists (dancer and drummer) who use stick-like weapons (Battle Japan's bat and Hibiki's drumsticks).
      • Kamen Rider RyukiIcon-crosswiki.png vs. GekirangerIcon-crosswiki.png: Both can summon an animal to attack (DragrederIcon-crosswiki.png and GekiTigerIcon-crosswiki.png) and is a reference to the Tiger vs Dragon motif common in East Asian cultures.
      • Kamen Rider 1Icon-crosswiki.png vs. GorengerIcon-crosswiki.png: Both are the first series of their respective franchises.



Voice actors

Suit actors

Director's Cut

A Twitter user asked Toei producer Shinichiro Shirakura if there were plans for a Director's Cut release for Super Hero Taisen. He replied that there was a plan to make one.

But apparently it won't be made due to lack of time to work on it. The original Super Hero Taisen movie lasted for 1 hour and 29 minutes. Some scenes from the original promotional materials for the movie didn't make it in the theatrical release. [6]

Scenes removed from the movie include:

Theme song


In its first week in theaters, Super Hero Taisen opened at the #1 spot in the Japanese box offices, edging out Case Closed: The Eleventh Striker.

It earned mixed reviews and some disappointment from fans of both franchises.[7]

International Movie Theaters

The film was released in Hong Kong on November 16, 2013, available in both Japanese language with Cantonese subtitles and Cantonese dub. Later, it released in South Korea at January 23, 2014 separately with dubbed and subbed version.


  • When the Gokaigers activated GokaiGalleon Buster's Giga Scan, Gokai Silver was seen holding his Sagohzo Combo Key and tried to insert the key into the Cannon, but in the very next scene, it was Maverlous's hand inserting the Tajadol Combo Key into the back Cylinder.


  • This film has a format similar to the Kamen Rider Movie Wars, and the Super Sentai VS movies.
  • Articles referring to the film refer to it as Super Hero Wars (Super Hero Taisen), as well as 199 vs 40, or 200 vs 40, referencing the number of rangers and riders, respectively. However, it's been said that the numbers are approximations, with 199 referencing Gokaiger's previous reference to all the rangers (which was obsolete by the time the movie premiered, due to the premiere of Go-Busters), while 200 and 40 are rounded-off estimations of Rangers and Riders in general.
    • Despite this, only 173 Sentai Rangers appear in this movie. However, the promised 40 Riders do appear.
  • Despite the death of actress Machiko SogaIcon-crosswiki.png, there were plans for Queen HedrianIcon-crosswiki.png, who had uniquely served as a major villain in both Denshi Sentai DenzimanIcon-crosswiki.png and Taiyo Sentai Sun VulcanIcon-crosswiki.png, to return among the Super Sentai villainy in this film.[8]
  • This is the third time for both Super Sentai and Kamen Rider that both franchises has physically crossed over with a series from another Tokusatsu franchise:
  • It has been confirmed that after this movie, "spring hero movies" will become commonplace.
    • Although before this was confirmed, in the past, the Kamen Rider franchise had films in the spring where Riders (mostly Den-O) team up with the current series.
  • Despite this movie being released during the run of Kamen Rider FourzeIcon-crosswiki.png and Tokumei Sentai Go-BustersIcon-crosswiki.png, the main characters from both series make only brief civilian appearances and are minor characters in the plot with the majority of the focus being on Decade and the Gokaigers (specifically Marvelous, Joe and Doc), since they are both an anniversary series for their franchises, as well as having the ability to change into past heroes of their respective franchises.
  • The Sentai villains of this film, Dai-ZangyackIcon-crosswiki.png, are similar to Dai-ShockerIcon-crosswiki.png, the villains from the final third of Kamen Rider Decade in that they are a collection of past villains converged into a larger conglomerate.
  • The only members of the Super Sentai 199Icon-crosswiki.png to not appear in this movie are the 6th RangersIcon-crosswiki.png (except Gai), the 10 Bangai HeroesIcon-crosswiki.png/Extra RangersIcon-crosswiki.png, AkaRedIcon-crosswiki.png, the GouraigersIcon-crosswiki.png, and AbareBlackIcon-crosswiki.png.
  • During the climatic battle with the villains, the Kamen Riders and Sentai teams team up based on their years of airing, including some team-ups that were prior to the Super Hero Time format (such as Hikari Sentai MaskmanIcon-crosswiki.png and Kamen Rider BLACKIcon-crosswiki.png).
  • Kamen Rider Fourze piloting Go-Buster Oh through RH-03 (Yellow Buster's rabbit mecha) references the name of the moon base the Kamen Rider Club is held in (the name of it is the Rabbit Hatch).
  • Although it was implied in Final Ep.: Farewell Space PiratesIcon-crosswiki.png, this movie confirms that at the very least all the Core Sentai Rangers got their powers back.
  • Despite having given up the Ranger KeysIcon-crosswiki.png in Final Ep.: Farewell Space PiratesIcon-crosswiki.png, Marvelous is seen using several during the course of this movie with no mention of how he obtained them. It is explained in the next film that they've been borrowing keys as needed.
  • On the Decadriver, the way that it announce "Attack Ride" is different.
  • Although a few scenes are set aboard the Gokai GalleonIcon-crosswiki.png, NaviIcon-crosswiki.png does not appear in this movie.
  • Ironically, four of the Gokaiger actors go past playing characters who used previous Rangers' powers and actually take over the roles of previous Sentai: Yuki YamadaIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Blue played GekiRedIcon-crosswiki.png, Mao IchimichiIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Yellow played her Gekiranger predecessor GekiYellowIcon-crosswiki.png, Yui KoikeIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Pink played Go-On YellowIcon-crosswiki.png and Junya IkedaIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Silver played Go-On RedIcon-crosswiki.png. Additionally, Kazuki ShimizuIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Green also played Kamen Rider XIcon-crosswiki.png, becoming one of the few actors to play both a Rider and Sentai Ranger. This also makes Ryota OzawaIcon-crosswiki.png/Gokai Red the only Gokaiger actor who does not portray more than one character. However, these extra roles are voice only and not significant roles.
  • With a whopping 486 total costumed actors on screen, Toei sent this movie in to see if it could be entered into the Guinness Book of World Records. [9]
  • The movie features the Flamethrower VS. Fire Extinguisher myth (Gokai Red's Red Fire VS. Fourze's Fire Extinguisher Hi-Hackgun), which was busted in MythBusters before the movie's premiere 20 days later.
  • Despite being shown to have been defeated, Kamen Riders G3, Knight, Zolda, and Gatack, are not shown during the final battle.
    • In addition, during the scene where all the Riders and Sentai are running into battle, Black Bison, Green Sai, GekiViolet, GekiChopper, Den-O Rod, Den-O Ax, Den-O Gun, and the aforementioned Riders are not seen. This may imply that these characters were added in late to the development of the movie.

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