Kamen Rider Decade sees Tsukasa Kayoda's world on the brink of destruction. He and his friend Natsumi travel through the worlds of the 9 Riders to save their world. As Kamen Rider Decade, Tsuakasa can use the power of the other Riders.
Kamen Rider Kiva features stained-glass vampires of with various animal forms who prey upon unsuspecting humans. It also features other humans, some in 1986 and others in 2008, who fight to stop the Fangires from draining the life out of people. It seems the folks in 1986 let a few slip away, but our agoraphobic protagonist with a superiority complex, Wataru turns into Kiva to shatter the ambitions and bodies of these creatures who stalk the night, and sometimes the day.
Imagin are invading the past to try to change the flow of time. Den-O must sop them. Hana, a mysterious young woman who rides on the DenLiner, a train that travels through time, pulls hard luck case Ryotaro into the conflict when she discovers he can become Den-O because is a Singularity Point.
Kamen Rider Kabuto follows a world bent on smacking around Kagami who works for Zect a group dedicated to the destruction of the Worm who kill people and take on their identities. Tendou Souji is the center of that world. He is chosen to become Kabuto.
Kamen Rider Hibiki pairs up a callow youth with a charismatic and well-trained demon slayer. They cross paths and Asumu seems pulled into the action as Hibiki finds and fights demons who have been preying on people.
Kamen Rider Blade is a Japanese children's Television show about BOARD, an organization who uses Kamen Riders to fight monsters called UnDead. It's actually a lot more complicated then that, but time is finite...
Kamen Rider Faiz is a Japanese children's Television show about undead monsters, a cheeky girl who has a belt they want and a dreamless wanderer who gets pulled into fighting these monsters. There is also a young man who struggles with his new life as an undead Orphnoc.
Kamen Rider Ryuki feels so different from Kuuga and Agito. It seems more outlandish, but a bit more grounded at the same time. It's hard to say, but I am SO interested in watching more.
Kamen Rider Agito feels like it has a much stronger hook than Kuuga from the start. It's funny, I don't feel like the first two episodes gave me enough information, but I am not bothered by it, I am intrigued.