|This article is about a/an magazine publication that covers events in the Kamen Rider Series.|
Uchusen (宇宙船 Uchusen, lit. "Spaceship"), formerly known as Space Magazine Uchusen, is a science fiction-centric quarterly magazine publication which began printing in 1980. Among the many topics in the magazine is tokusatsu, highlighting new events happening in tokusatsu shows such as Kamen Rider as well as new movies and other media in the sci-fi genre.
Some of the current rotating staff of the magazine include people who work in the tokusatsu genre such as Keita Amemiya and Tsuyoshi Nonaka. The magazine nearly faced permanent cancellation in 2005 due to changing times with digital media overtaking print, but was revived 3 years later thanks to Asahi National Broadcasting, the owners of TV Asahi and Hobby Japan Monthly Magazine. As a result, the publication has survived and is still ongoing. 
In 2015, the magazine celebrated its 35th anniversary with its 150th issue, featuring Kamen Rider Ghost and Specter on the cover and a retrospective of its previous issues.
- Official Site (Japanese)
- Wikipedia Japan page
- @sonoko_uchusen on Twitter (Japanese)
- Uchusen on RangerWiki