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"Shocker transform!"
―Shocker Leader III's transformation roar[src]

Shocker Leader III (ショッカー首領三世 Shokkā Shuryō Sansei) was the new leader of Shocker. His true form is the Oogumo Great Leader (大蜘蛛大首領 Ōgumo Daishuryō, lit. Giant Spider Great Leader).

Personality

History

"Shocker soul forever!"
―Shocker Leader III's last words[src]
He was once defeated by Kamen Rider but survived in the Game World. After Team Ex-Aid as the Goriders destroys the Andor Genesis spaceship, he appears as the boss of the Chou Shocker Taisen (超ショッカー大戦 Chō Shokkā Taisen, Ultra Shocker War) bonus stage of the Chou Super Hero Taisen game. During the final battle, he is ultimately killed when his red-colored Big Moraimarz RoboIcon-crosswiki is destroyed by an enlarged Ex-Aid Maximum Gamer Level 99 with the aid of the KyurangersIcon-crosswiki' KyurenOhIcon-crosswiki pair and spaceship ORIONIcon-crosswiki. Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Chou Super Hero Taisen

Kamen Rider Brain

Kaijin teamup (KR Brain)

Oogumo Great Leader becomes a member of Mu and fights Kamen Rider Brain in Brain's dream. Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Brain

Arsenal

Great Spider Great Leader

In battle, Shocker Leader III wields twin swords. Curiously, he has access to a red version of the Big Moraimarz RoboIcon-crosswiki utilized by the Space Shogunate Jark MatterIcon-crosswiki.

Behind the scenes

Portrayal

Shocker Leader III is portrayed by Diamond✡Yukai. As Oogumo Great Leader, his suit actor is Kazutoshi Yokoyama (横山 一敏 Yokoyama Kazutoshi). In Kamen Rider Drive Saga: Kamen Rider Brain, he is voiced by Tomokazu Seki (関 智一 Seki Tomokazu).

Conception

Oogumo Great Leader is designed by Takayuki Takeya, who designed several monsters in Kamen Rider Series. The conception of Oogumo Great Leader is inspired from the early designs of Heart Roidmude, another monster leader who also designed by Takayuki.

Notes

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  • Oogumo Great Leader has Double Riders' "insect wings" design on his back.


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