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Crank In! Memory of Hiromi! (クランクイン!メモリー・オブ・ヒロミー!, Kurankuin! Memorī Obu Hiromī!) is the twenty-ninth episode of Kamen Rider Revice. It features the debut of the Gifftarians (TRUE) and the full reveal of Giff's true form.


Giff should have been revived, but he stays completely silent. Ikki defeats Orteca in a battle to the death and finally separates with Vice. Thus, the Igarashi family returns to their normal daily lives.

Then a rumor begins to spread, “Hiromi is alive.” Ikki and Daiji visit him, but he doesn’t remember a thing. He seems to be suffering from amnesia.

A depressed trio of Igarashi siblings decide to make a movie on Hiromi’s life on the suggestion of Ikki. In order to wake him up, filming on this movie has begun!!


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Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Forms and Collectibles Used


  • Stamp Used:
    • Revi
      • Barid Rex, Volcano, Thunder Gale
  • Form Used:
    • Revi
      • Volcano Rex Genome
    • Vice
      • Barid Rex Genome
    • Revice
      • Revice


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  • Closing Screen
    • Kamen Riders: Revice
    • Vistamps: Thunder Gale
  • Count at episode end
    • Vistamps in Revi's possession: Rex, Eagle, Mammoth, Megalodon, Ptera, Lion, Kong, Kamakiri, Brachio, Neo Batta, Kangaroo, Barid Rex, Volcano, Rolling, Thunder Gale
    • Vistamps in Live's possession: Bat, Jackal, Holy Wing
    • Vistamps in Jeanne's possession: Cobra, Kujaku, Turtle
    • Vistamps in Demons' possession: Spider, Batta, Mogura, Condor, Scorpion
    • Vistamps in Fenix's possession: White Leo, Quetzalcoatlus
    • Vistamps in unknown possession: Kabuto, Giff Junior
    • Proto Vistamps in Fenix's possession: Cheetah, Koala, Elephant, Shark
    • Proto Vistamps in Aguilera's possession: Queen Bee
    • Proto Vistamps in unknown possession: Planarian, Sabertiger, Chameleon, Wolf, Daiouika, Anomalocaris
  • This episode aired on the 51st anniversary of the Kamen Rider Series.
  • This episode is largely a clip show.
  • The events of DEAR GAGA take place immediately before the start of this episode, as footage from said special appears via a flashback.
  • The "No Illegal Upload!" gag is a reference to Japanese Anti-Piracy Ads that are used to discourage people from filming clips or whole films from theaters to upload on the web.


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