Closing screens are a very notable feature of Heisei eraKamen Rider shows. They appear at the end of an episode and usually feature feature collectible devices that were used in the episode. In the Heisei Phase 2 era, they also appear in Movie War films at the end of each Rider's segment.
They've become such a prominent feature, that they get featured in the Battride War series. In Genesis, Showa Riders' closing screen shows their belts.
The end of each episode (except the final episode) has the camera zoom out and shows the Ancient Hieroglyphics written "To Be Continued", probably as a means to continue with the color background representing the main theme of Kuuga's form in that episode.
The end of each episode has the camera zoom out forming a border with the top side on each left and right will be written A and Ω while the bottom is the diagonal opposite written and also representing the Agito symbol on above the border.
The end of each episode (except the final episode) is a bit similar to Agito with the difference that laser projectiles are shot from the top of the screen, waving, and after a faster move to the each opposite side, the border comes out and the background is added with the Kamen Rider 555 opening background.
All episodes begin with a hallway with cards on the ground, before it reaches the Change Beetle card and zooms in. At the end of each episode, the camera zooms out of Change Beetle to show the pile of Rouse Cards. From episode 18 onward, after zooming out from the Rouse Cards, the even numbered episodes (up to 46) show the cards flying away before one floats in the middle of the screen while the odd numbered episodes (up to 47) show stacks of cards flying across the screen before one floats in the middle. Episodes 48 and 49 follow the reverse of the pattern. Episode 44 is unique in that it shows two Rouse Cards, with one transforming into the other.
The end of each episode (except the final episode) features chains framing the four corners of the screen before even more chains block the entire shot. The chains turns into black color in several episodes.
The end of each episode shows the Decadriver. From episodes 1 to 18, the logo of the A.R. World's primary Rider shines red. For episode 19, all of the logos turn red. After episode 20 onwards, they shine red in a clockwise manner.
The end of each odd-numbered episode (not including episode 49) shows Kamen Rider Double's main six Gaia Memories, while each even-numbered episode (and episode 49) displays the series logo in the bottom right corner.
The beginning (after the opening) and end of each episode (not including episodes 28 and 48) shows all of the Core Medals that Eiji has in his possession at the time (the beginning "Count the Medals" in some cases differs from the end of the previous episode). They are backed by a "stone wall", which in the final version collapses into a mass of Cell Medals. In movies and special, it only shows one copy of each Core Medals, despite that Eiji gains a few copies of several Core Medals such as the Taka Core Medal.
The end of each odd-numbered episode features a border with a "To Be Continued" sign on it, while the even-numbered episode features the series logo at the bottom right corner of the screen. Episode 48 features the logo in the bottom left corner instead.
At the end of every episode (except for episode 53), Wizard's Magical Portal in Flame Style will pop up at the bottom right corner of the screen. In Movie War Ultimatum, this would change as the Magical Portal becomes the border. In The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle, the Magical Portal pops up at the bottom left corner of the screen. In Battride War series, the large Magical Portal pops up at the center, but without Wizard's Rider mask logo blocking the screen of the end gameplay.
Movie War Ultimatum
The Fateful Sengoku Movie Battle: The Promised Place
The end of each episode (not including the last two episodes) shows all of the Lockseeds in the possession of one of the mainfourArmoredRiders. And their Ride Wear colors as the backgroud (except Ryugen), also features their Rider logos.
When the Closing Screen appears, the sound of the Lockseed inserted into the Sengoku Driver is played, with the zipper coming in from the top left corner.
In the first twin set of Gaim Gaiden, each closing screen includes a Lockseed belonging to the main villain Rider, while the second twin set of Gaim Gaiden has a single closing screen showing the logos of the two main Armored Riders featured and one Lockseed from each Rider, this one being shown at the end of the Duke portion, before unzipping to show the Knuckle portion.
Four of the Shift Cars that were used in the episode are shown before the teaser for the next episode. The first 11 episodes show the top view of the Shift Cars. Starting on the 12th episode, it will show the sides of Shift Cars and Signal Bikes. From episode 12 onwards, two of the Shift Cars and two of the Signal Bikes are shown before the teaser for the next episode. Several episodes only feature one Shift Car or Signal Bike with various angles, such as Shift Deadheat in episode 17, Shift Formula in episode 22, and Signal Chaser in episode 26. Episode 32 does not feature any Shift Cars or Signal Bikes as it only shows Drive's logo, while episode 33 does not feature a closing screen at all.
The end of each episode shows the Ghost Eyecons currently in the Rider's possession, with Ghost's single horn symbol as background and four corners filled by the Ore Ghost Eyecon.
From episode 4 to 15, the closing screen would be divided into two sections, with the right side displaying Ghost's background, Eyecons, and its two corners filled by the Ore Ghost Eyecon while the left side displays Specter's double horn symbol background, Eyecons, and its two corners filled by the Specter Ghost Eyecon.
In episode 10, due to the 15 heroic Ghost Eyecons ending up in Chikara Saionji's possession, the Eyecons in the closing screen briefly appear for a while before vanishing.
In episode 12, the Ore and Specter Ghost Eyecons placed in the corners of the screen would be replaced by the Toucon Boost Ghost Eyecon. However, all subsequent episodes only had the Toucon Boost Eyecon on Ghost's half of the screen.
From episode 16 to 22 and from episode 27 onwards, the closing screen is divided into three sections, with the right side displaying Ghost's background and Eyecons, the lower left side displaying Specter's background and Eyecons, and the upper left side displaying Necrom's single horn symbol background and Eyecons. Also, the Eyecons in the corners have been removed.
In episode 21, due to Ghost's 10 heroic Ghost Eyecons ending up in Igor's possession, Ghost's Eyecons don't appear in the closing scene.
From episode 23 to 26, Specter is removed and the closing screen is once again divided into two sections, with the right side displaying Ghost's background and Eyecons while the left side displays Necrom's background and Eyecons.
Each episode's closing screen has the Ghost Eyecons arranged in a different manner, with the Eyecon being prominently featured placed at the front most row.
The closing screen merely reads "See you Next game". For the first few episodes, the color of the text changes depending on which Rider and their Gashat is prominently featured, though for most of the later part of the series, the text remains pink in color. For episode 45, a unique closing screen is featured, with the text "THE GAME IS FOREVER" being overlayed over the final scene. This same text is used in Kamen Rider Genm vs. Lazer but with a black background. In the teaser for Kamen Rider Ex-Aid: True Ending which follows after the end of the episode, another closing screen is shown, reading "The Game Ends". That same closing screen appears in the post-credits scene of movie alongside another one that says "The Game Never Ends?".
For specials and web series content, the sentence ends with a question mark rather than a full stop for standalone features, or for the last episode of a miniseries. Kamen Rider Snipe: EPISODE ZERO features the text divided into orange and navy.
Night Rogue Chapter: the Closing Screen doesn't show any Fullbottles. Instead, it shows the FausTube logo (as well as Night Rogue's logo) and at the bottom of it, it says, "See you, if you were alive..."
Kamen Rider Cross-Z Chapter: the Closing Screen shows the Cross-Z Dragon and the Dragon Fullbottle with the Cross-Z Dragon replacing any inorganic Fullbottles. It also shows Cross-Z's Rider logo in the center.
The end of each episode shows three of the Ridewatches, Miridewatches or Anotherwatches (Episode 45 features Gaia Memory) used by the Riders in the episode, with the main featured Ridewatch of the episode being placed in the center. The background resembles the time travelling pathway used by the Time Mazine to travel through time.
Kamen Rider Zi-O: Supplementary Plan merely features a "To be continued..." closing screen at the end of episode 1 to episode 13. Episode 14 features an extra text comes from Narutaki's word: Damn you Decade! (おのれディケイドォォォ,Onore Dikeido). Episode 15 features "To be concluded..." and episode 16 features "The End".
The end of each episode shows one or two of the Progrisekeys or Zetsumerisekeys used by the Riders in the episode. The background resembles the interior of Zea and Ark, it also representing Progrisekey's colors. Episode 8 has the unique distinction of having the symbol for Metsuboujinrai.net in the background, while Episode 29 doesn't feature a closing screen.
The Shooting Special is unique in that it doesn't show Progrisekeys for the closing screen, but rather a text reading "One word from Aruto changes the future of Isamu Fuwa!" (或人のひと言が、不破諫の未来を変える！,Aruto ni hitokoto ga, Fuwa Isamu no mirai wo kaeru!).
The end of each episode shows one or two of the Wonder Ride Books used by the Riders in the episode. The background resembles the Wonder World and filled by the spells on Wonder Ride Books and weapons. From episode 12 onward, it shows Wonder Ride Book's other page as well.