The hit live action series Kamen Rider Dragon Knight will hold a special panel presentation and screening at San Diego Comic-Con International set for Sunday, July 26 from 2:45 to 3:45pm at Room 6DE. There will also be an autograph session on the same day from 1-2pm in the autograph area of the convention center. Airing Saturdays at 10:30am on The CW4Kids, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight quickly moved to the top tier of new kids’ series, attracting solid audiences as well as positive reviews from leading online and traditional media.
The Kamen Rider Comic-Con presentation kicks off with never-before-seen footage from upcoming Kamen Rider Dragon Knight episodes, followed by a panel session featuring stars Stephen Lunsford (Kit/Kamen Rider Dragon Knight), Matt Mullins (Len/Kamen Rider Wing Knight), Yvonne Arias (Maya), Scott Bailey (JTC/Kamen Rider Strike), William O’Leary (General Xaviax) and members of the series’ award-winning creative team including directors Steve and Mike Wang. The event closes with an audience Q&A and a raffle drawing awarding 200 Bandai bags including action figures from the eagerly anticipated Kamen Rider toy line and Kamen Rider packs that include a backpack, cap, and t-shirt. All in attendance will be able to take home a Comic-Con exclusive Kamen Rider Dragon Knight poster. In addition, Riders Dragon Knight and Wing Knight will make a special appearance in full Kamen Rider gear for photo ops. Fans will also have the chance to meet the cast and get signed “Advent Card” photo cards and Comic-Con exclusive posters during an autograph session with the cast taking place from 1-2pm in the autograph area of the convention.
Produced by leading Japanese entertainment studio Adness Entertainment, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight follows the heroic adventures of teenager Kit Taylor, who discovers a mysterious deck of Advent Cards that grant him the power to transform into an ancient armored warrior called a Kamen Rider. He joins his comrade, Kamen Rider Wing Knight, to battle the alien renegade warlord, General Xaviax, and his army in both the real world and an alternate reality called Ventara, or the Mirror World.