|This article is about a/an Kaijin in Kamen Rider Decade and in Kamen Rider, the original series.|
Wasp Woman (蜂女 Hachi Onna, 8, 13 & Kamen Rider: Seigi No Keifu) - A female bee monster. She was destroyed by Kamen Rider 1's Rider Kick. She was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Monster Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb.
Wasp Woman would later reappear in Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, being the one who killed Tackle while a member of Dai-Shocker. She is now one of the high-ranking members of Super Shocker, going after Natsumi until she is mortality wounded by Electronic Wave Humanoid Tackle's Ultra Cyclone. The Wasp Woman releases the Neonoid to make her more powerful, only to be engulfed by it.
Powers and Abilities
Wasp Woman is armed with a rapier, the end of which contains an ultrasound emitter that hypnotizes sunglass-wearing victims.
Appearances in other media
Kamen Rider Manga
Kamen Rider on Super Famicom
Wasp Woman is among the Shocker enemies in the Super Famicom Kamen Rider game.
Kamen Rider on PlayStation
Wasp Woman is one of several Shocker and Gel Shocker monsters that appear in the PlayStation Kamen Rider video game. They are fought by the player in the "Kamen Rider Story". In the "Shocker Story" players play as Shocker monsters which must defeat enemy Shocker monsters. If the player successfully passes the 8th round, the player's Shocker monster turns into Saikyō Kaijin (最強怪人) which is stronger and has a different appearance from the original form. The player can then upgrade punching power, kicking power or both or can summon 6 Combatmen to aid them. the player then must defeat Kamen Rider 1 before facing Kamen Rider 2.
- Height: 157 cm.
- Weight: 46 kg.
Appearances: Kamen Rider Episodes 8, 13, X Episode 27, The Last Story
Behind the scenes
Wasp Woman was originally portrayed by Yoshiko Iwamoto (岩本 良子 Iwamoto Yoshiko).
In Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story, Wasp Woman was portrayed by Nao Oikawa (及川 奈央 Oikawa Nao), who previously portrayed Water Pollution Minister Kegalesia in Engine Sentai Go-Onger. She later portrayed Televi-san in Kamen Rider Build: Birth! KumaTelevi!! VS Kamen Rider Grease!.
- Wasp Woman is the first female monster in the Kamen Rider franchise.
- Kamen Rider
- Kamen Rider X
- Episode 27: Special Edition, Full Force of Five Riders!! (archive footage only)
- Kamen Rider 1 Through RX: Big Gathering (archive footage only)
- Kamen Rider Decade: The Last Story