This article is about a/an episode in Kamen Rider, the original series.
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Bloodsucking Monster, Gebacondor (吸血怪人ゲバコンドル Kyūketsu Kaijin Gebakondoru), is the eleventh episode of the original Kamen Rider series.

It introduced a new ally, FBI agent Kazuya Taki. Following the motorcycle stunt accident which forced Hiroshi Fujioka to leave the show, this episode was at a point where a combination of reused footage of Takeshi Hongo and a replacement voice actor for Kamen Rider had to be used to fill in for his absence. The addition of Taki helped somewhat to ease the transition before a new protagonist could be introduced starting in episode 14. Taki would assist the new Rider Hayato Ichimonji as well as Hongo himself when he returned, serving as an ally to the two Kamen Riders all the way to the end of the series.


Since all of their previous monsters have been defeated by Kamen Rider, Shocker tries to combine all of their strongest traits in a single monster who will be their ultimate assassin. Gebacondor needs the blood of young women to be activated, and so Shocker targets newlyweds.


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Digital Releases

  • Kamen Rider DVD Volume 2 features episodes 8-13.[1]
  • Kamen Rider Blu-ray Volume 1 features episodes 1-26.[2]


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