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Shocker
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Led by: Great Leader of Shocker
Generals and other Notable Members: Colonel Zol, Doctor Shinigami, Ambassador Hell
Monster Types: Shocker Kaijin
Grunts/Footsoldiers: Shocker Combatmen
Battled: Double Riders (#1 and #2)
Villains
Teamed up with: Geldam
Chronological/Production Order
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Gel-Shocker

Shocker (ショッカー Shokkā?) is an evil organization that appears in the television series Kamen Rider and later entries in the Kamen Rider Series. In Kamen Rider The First, the name Shocker is an acronym for Sacred Hegemony Of Cycle Kindred Evolutionary Realm.

OverviewEdit

SHOCKER

Shocker's logo as seen in Kamen Rider The First.

Shocker was a terrorist organization that planned on ruling the world (in the original manga is showed that Shocker had some influences over the governments of the world), with virtually all of its members modified in some way. The founders had mostly Nazi ties, with the Kamen Rider Spirits manga making references to the group's support by the Badan Empire.

Shocker's scientists performed surgical alterations that gave the subject superhuman fighting abilities. Even the most basic Shocker soldier was tougher, stronger and faster than the average human civilian. The most powerful of their forces were the Kaijin, modified humans who were combined with animal DNA and human cybernetics to create living weapons.

Ruthless and merciless, Shocker would often kidnap prominent scientists and force them to work for the organization, then kill them when their usefulness was at an end (or if they attempted to escape). However, on one occasion, the decision to kidnap and modify the young college prodigy Takeshi Hongo proved to be their undoing. Trying to modify him into a grasshopper-human hybrid, he was intended to be another of Shocker's powerful cyborg warriors, but he escaped and began to oppose them as Kamen Rider #1. A later attempt to create a second, more powerful Kamen Rider backfired when the intended victim, Hayato Ichimonji, was rescued by the original Rider before he was brainwashed and became known as Kamen Rider #2. The pair became known as the Double Riders, who managed to put an end to Shocker. Frustrated with its failures, Shocker's Great Leader allied himself with the organization Geldam, creating Gel-Shocker and ordered the execution of every unworthy Shocker member, from soldiers to scientists.

In OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders, Shocker, although with a membership and leadership covering Gel-Shocker members from the original TV series, obtained a Core Medal and modified it into the Shocker Medal. Though they were originally unable to use it, the appearance of the Greeed Ankh in their time enabled the organization to obtain one of his Cell Medals and create the Shocker Greeed. This altered time so that Shocker defeated the Double Riders and managed to conquer of Japan and eventually the world, setting up a union with many of the other organizations that originally emerged after Shocker's destruction.

Later incarnationsEdit

After Shocker was originally defeated, it continued to resurface in numerous forms.

Gel-ShockerEdit

Main article: Gel-Shocker

Gel-Shocker (ゲルショッカー Geru Shokkā?) was formed after the destruction of Shocker, with the remnants of the organization absorbing another organization called Geldam. After Ambassador Hell's defeat, The Great Leader reorganized the organization from the ground up, destroying all remaining secret bases and even liquidating the remaining troop contingent in a bloody forest massacre witnessed by unfortunate campers. Gel-Shocker troopers wore bright purple and yellow costumes, were capable of traveling from one to place to another by transforming into sheets that would drop down onto unsuspecting victims, and were capable of taking more blunt violent abuse than their predecessors

Gel-Shocker was led by the Great Leader of Gel-Shocker (ゲルショッカー首領 Geru-Shokkā Shuryō?) and General Black (ブラック将軍 Burakku Shōgun?), a commander originally from Geldam's Africa branch who had a monstrous leech/chameleon hybrid form called Hiruchameleon (ヒルカメレオン Hirukamereon?).

DestronEdit

Main article: Destron

Destron (デストロン Desutoron?) Destron was formed under the command of the mysterious Great Leader by surviving members of Gel-Shocker. Although Destron had branches in every country and sought to dominate the entire planet, its main headquarters was in Japan which Destron focused it attention on. Initially the kaijin of the Mechanical Army followed the orders of the unseen High Destron without any direct supervision, but after the repeated failures of the kaijin High Destron summoned Doctor G from Destron's German Division to take charge of the day to day operations of Destron's Japanese Division.

Black SatanEdit

Main article: Black Satan

Black Satan (ブラックサタン Burakku Satan?) was a new organization led by the Great Leader of Shocker, similar in several aspects to Shocker itself. Its main difference from Shocker came from the use of "Satan Bugs" to control and manipulate people around the world, alongside using Kikkaijin (奇械人(きっかいじん) Kikaijin?, "Bizarre Machine Men") rather than the standard inhumanoids used by Shocker's previous incarnations. It was betrayed and eventually destroyed by Kamen Rider Stronger.

Neo-ShockerEdit

Main article: Neo-Shocker

Shocker was once again reformed as the Neo-Shocker (ネオショッカー Neo Shokkā?) organization, playing a role in numerous disappearances and terrorist attacks against the Japanese government. Spreading their influence across the world, their goal was the genocide of about two thirds of the current human population on Earth with them as the dominant majority. Skyrider defeated the organization's Japanese branch commanders, but was unable to deal with the international agents sent later. However, with the help of the Seven Legendary Riders, Neo-Shocker's international members were defeated one after another until the organization disappeared with the death of their Great Leader.

Badan EmpireEdit

Main article: Badan Empire

Badan Empire (バダン帝国 Badan Teikoku?) was an amalgam of remains of multiple groups which attempted to take over Earth before, headed by Shocker's Great Leader himself. In addition to members related to Shocker's various incarnations, like Shocker itself, Destron and Neo-Shocker, and the new powerful "Roid" series cyborgs created by Badan itself, Badan also had members from other groups, like Geddon and Dogma Kingdom.

Dai-ShockerEdit

Main article: Dai-Shocker

The mysterious Dai-Shocker (大ショッカー Dai Shokkā?, "Great Shocker") organization is a conglomation of all villain organizations who set into motion a plan to take over all dimensions due to someone providing the means to do so. Based on the World of Decade, their insignia is double-headed version of Shocker's eagle crest, but with the "DCD" written on it that hints at Decade's ties to them. In addition to Doctor Shinigami, there are many other members of Dai-Shocker that come from previous Kamen Rider Series. They sent their agents out across the worlds for universal domination. After being defeated, it was briefly reformed as Super Shocker (スーパーショッカー Sūpā Shokkā?).

Dai-Shocker's most recent return saw them both clash and join forces with Dai-Zangyack, a similar organization made up of all the villains who fight the Super Sentai teams.

Space ShockerEdit

Main article: Space Shocker

MembershipEdit

  • Colonel Zol/Werewolf (ゾル大佐/狼男 Zoru Taisa/Ōkami Otoko?, 26-39, Rider vs Shocker, V3 27-28) (a.k.a. Gold Werewolf (黄金狼男 Ōgon Ōkami Otoko?)): From Shocker's German branch, his true form was a wolf monster. He was also a disguise specialist, able to mimic Taki's appearance almost perfectly using only make up during his debut. His personal mark, worn by the soldiers of his own Shocker outpost and used in his official correspondence, was the Shocker emblem, but with the bird's head replaced by a wolf's.(Kamen Rider Episode 39) He confronted Kamen Rider 2 himself in episode 39 and after a lengthy fight was toppled off a cliff by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Punch, destroying him. Gold Werewolf briefly appeared in Kamen Rider vs. Shocker among the members of the resurrected monster army. In Kamen Rider V3, episode 27, Colonel Zol was resurrected alongside the other 3 great Shocker and Gel-Shocker commanders from the original TV series by Destron. He ambitioned to become a Destron commander, replacing Doctor G, but his ambitions did not last long. In episode 28, after Kamen Rider V3 escaped from Destron's base, a self destruction sequence was activated, and Colonel Zol was unable to escape, dying again with it. Narutaki from Kamen Rider Decade took on Colonel Zol's identity and became a Super Shocker commander in Movie War 2010, but did not have the Werewolf form of the original.
  • Doctor Shinigami/Ikadevil (死神博士/イカデビル Shinigami Hakase/Ikadebiru?, 40-52, Rider vs Shocker, 61, 63, 68, V3 27-28, Decade: All Riders vs Great-Shocker, OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders): From Shocker's branch in Switzerland, he took over Japan's command after Zol's death until Ambassador Hell appeared. However, he returned to Japan in episode 61, working together with Ambassador Hell and also attempting his own plans. He had a cold and calculating behavior. In episode 68, he captured Tobei Tachibana to help training him for his battle with Kamen Rider #1, but that only resulted in Tachibana learning about his weakness. Discarding his cape when he faced Hongo for the last time, Shinigami assumed the form of Ikadevil to fight Rider #1 with his tentacle whip, while Ichimonji was held off by the Shocker Combatmen. With Tobei's guidance, Rider #1 managed to overpower Ikadevil and weaken him with a Rider Chop before sending Ikadevil falling to his death with his Rider Tailspin Shoot. Ikadevil tried to rise once more, only to fall down and explode. Doctor Shinigami was resurrected by Destron in Kamen Rider V3, episode 27, and speculated about how he had been brought back to replace Doctor G, only to learn that he was there just for a new operation. Shortly afterwards, in episode 28, he died when Destron's base accidentally self destructed. In Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, a new version of Doctor Shinigami appeared, under the guise of Eijiro Hikari as a Dai-Shocker commander. Like the original, he transformed into Ikadevil to fight, but was defeated by the Kamen Riders Decade, Diend, Faiz, Blade, Den-O and Kiva fighting together with four Final Form Rides at once. He did not die, just seemingly going back to Eijiro and losing his Shinigami memories. In spite of his different appearance, his official profiles originally just gave him the story of the Shinigami from the original Kamen Rider series as his backstory. However, in Movie War 2010, the true nature of the new Shinigami was revealed as something else. Eijiro returned as Super Professor Shinigami, a Super Shocker commander, in Movie War 2010, with an appearance identical to his former Shinigami identity, aside from an extra ring. After he was hit inside the Super Crisis Fortress, a Gaia Memory carrying the name ShinigamiHakase fell from him and broke, revealing that Eijiro was actually controlled by a Gaia Memory based on Earth's memories of the original Doctor Shinigami.
  • Ambassador Hell/Garagaranda (地獄大使/ガラガランダ Jigoku Taishi/Garagaranda?, 53-79, Rider vs Ambassador Hell, V3 27-28, Decade: All Riders vs Great-Shocker, OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders): Summoned from Shocker's branch in West Coast USA, he took command of the organization in Japan. His true name was Damon according to Kamen Rider Spirits. He used a whip as his weapon. In episode 79, after capturing the Riders' friends, he called Hongo out as he assumed his monster form, able to burrow underground and use his whip arm as a weapon. Rider #1 battled Garagaranda while Taki freed Tachibana and the others, managing to use his Rider Kick on the monster. Reverting to his normal mode, Hell cursed the Riders and screamed to Shocker's perseverance before he died, exploding. Afterwards, the Great Leader destroyed the original Shocker. In spite of his failure, Ambassador Hell was resurrected by Destron in Kamen Rider V3 episode 27. In episode 28, his sneaky behavior ended up leading to the prisoner V3 capturing him and escaping from the Destron base. Soon afterwards, Ambassador Hell returned to the base, only to die in its self-destruction. In Kamen Rider ZX, Ambassador Darkness, Ambassador Hell's brother, appeared as a Badan Empire leader. In Kamen Rider Decade: All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, an Ambassador Hell with black armor and Dai-Shocker belt, rather than the original silver suit appeared as a Great-Shocker commander. This Ambassador Hell, although having a different looking human form, had a Garagaranda form identical to the original's, complete with Shocker emblem on his belt. His official backstory is just the original Ambassador Hell's story, up to his first death at the hands of Rider #1.[1] This Hell Ambassador fought as Garagaranda against the Riders in All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker, but his tentacles were cut and he was stunned by Kamen Riders Black RX and Kabuto. Using that opportunity, Rider #1 and Rider #2 attacked. He's destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick. Like in the original series, this Hell screamed to Dai-Shocker's perseverance before he died, exploding.
  • Shocker Combatmen (ショッカー戦闘員 Shokkā Sentōin?) - Black uniformed grunts, some which have skeleton markings on their torsos. They are normally easily defeated by the Riders, often without even needing to transform. Their trademark is a high pitched scream. They also appear in the Kamen Rider Decade series and movies, along with the upcoming Let's Go Kamen Riders movie. Episodes 27 and 28 of Kamen Rider OOO (which were incidentally the 999th and 1,000th Kamen Rider episodes) featured a former Shocker grunt, whose desire to beat the Kamen Riders was used by Kazari to create the Ika-Jaguar Yummy. The grunt's desire for strength in numbers allowed the Yummy to duplicate itself into a small army of various Showa-era grunts, but he became disillusioned upon discovering that these were merely made of medals.
  • Big Machine (ビッグマシン Biggu Mashin?): He appears only in Ishinomori's original Kamen Rider manga. Big Machine is a high-ranking member of Shocker who leads a plan involving in using a super computer to brainwash the population of the city. He slightly resembles the Starmen from Earthbound.
  • Shocker Rider (ショッカーライダー Shokkā Raidā?): The Shocker Riders originally appeared in Shotaro Ishinomori's manga. There were 12 of them instead of the 6 created by Gel-Shocker that later appeared in the TV series. Hayato Ichimonji was one of them. In the TV show, in episode 15, Hayato had a brief flashback about his capture by Shocker. A Shocker surgeon told him that he'd become a cyborg to fight against the Kamen Rider. Afterwards, Hayato mentioned that he was saved by Kamen Rider #1, but the specific circumstances of that event are not clear.

Shocker KaijinEdit

  • Spider Man (蜘蛛男 Kumo Otoko?, 1, 13, Rider vs Shocker) – A kaijin with heightened strength and agility; Spider Man was responsible for the capture of Takeshi Hongo, who would later become the first Kamen Rider. Like a spider, he can shoot out powerful strands of webbing to capture or strangle his victims along with shooting darts from his mouth that contain enzymes that liquefy his target on contact. Chasing after Hongo and Professor Midorikawa, Spider Man bugged Ruriko in hopes she would lead him to her father, killing the man with Hongo taking the blame. After abducting Ruriko, Spider Man would be killed by Kamen Rider #1 with his "Rider Kick". He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. Spider Man also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there. Not to be confused with the Marvel Comics character with a similar name.
  • Bat Man (蝙蝠男 Kōmori Otoko?, 2, 13, Rider vs Shocker) (a.k.a. Human Bat (人間蝙蝠 Ningen Kōmori?)) - A bat monster who turns his victims with vampires. Able to fly and armed with razor sharp claws. His plan was to turn all of Tokyo into vampire slaves and thus infects an entire apartment building which would be used as an incognito base to further develop the virus strain. He is also tasked with killing Midorikawa's daughter. He was killed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Throw. Afterwards, Rider #1 used its own claws to cure the people infected by it. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. Bat Man also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there. Not to be confused with the similarly named DC Comics character. In the original manga, Bat Man got impaled with a cross by Kamen Rider #1.
  • Scorpion Man (さそり男 Sasori Otoko?, 3, 13, Rider vs Shocker) (a.k.a. Scorpion Human (さそり人間 Sasori Ningen?)) - A scorpion monster, originally known as Goro Hayase (an old friend of Hongo Takeshi) who uses his old identity to attack Hongo out of spite and jealousy for his IQ. His plan was to recapture/kill an escaped Shocker slave. He controls an army of robotic scorpions that release corrosive acid. Has the ability to burrow underground and uses his pincer as a weapon. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Scissors. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. Scorpion Man also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Sarracenian (サラセニアン Sarasenian?, 4, 13, 27, Rider vs Shocker) (a.k.a. Sarracenia Human (サラセニア人間 Sarasenia Ningen?)) - A sarracenia monster. Brandishes vine tendrils for whips/lasso. Can travel underground. Incredible strength, as he literally bear hugs an interrogated Shocker soldier to death. His plan was to execute a mass kidnapping of possible test subjects to upgrade his vines' powers. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. In his second return, he served as a weapon instructor to children who had been brainwashed by Shocker and faced Ichimonji Hayato, trying to stop him from savings the children. However, he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Reversal. He returned yet again in Kamen Rider vs Shocker, as part of the large kaijin army. He faced Kamen Rider #1 and 2 together, only to be destroyed by being thrown onto one of his partners for that mission, Torikabuto.
  • Mantis Man (かまきり男 Kamakiri Otoko?, 5, 13) - A mantis monster. Attacks with a chain claw mace. Can manipulate people cut by his claw. Kidnapped Hongo's childhood friend Amamiya Chikako, whose seismographs were revealing Shocker's test underground nuclear explosions and then force her to help Shocker develop a massive artificial earthquake. He then uses Chikako to lure Hongo into a death-trap. It is found out the mini nuclear explosions are caused by Kamakiri-Otoko's eggs. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb.
  • Grimreaper Chameleon (死神カメレオン Shinigami Kamereon?, 6-7, 13, Rider vs Shocker) (a.k.a. Chameleon Man (カメレオン男 Kamereon Otoko?)) - A chameleon monster. Skilled veteran in the expertise of fencing. Can turn invisible at will. Bears a tongue that can be used for lashing or strangling. His plan along with Shocker loyalist Dr. Heinrich is to find the treasure map to a hidden Nazi treasure buried in Japan during the WWII Axis Alliance. It turns out the treasure was already seized before Shocker or Hongo found its location. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick and Rider Chop. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. Grimreaper Chameleon also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Bee Woman (蜂女 Hachi Onna?, 8, 13, Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - A female bee monster armed with a rapier as her weapon. The end of said rapier contains an ultrasound emitter that hypnotizes sunglass wearing victims. She oversaw the selling of these sunglasses and through this plan would subject Japan into her hypnotic control. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick. She was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. A new version of Bee Woman, with a different look and story, appeared in Movie War 2010 as an important Super Shocker member.
  • Cobra Man (コブラ男 Kobura Otoko?, 9) - A cobra monster. Extendo cobra arm can be utilized. The same arm contains fangs that disperse poisonous gas. [ironically, the fangs are knocked out by a guard dog]. Can travel underground after creating a whirlwind. In his original and new incarnation, his plan was to rob gold depositories to finance Shocker's cause. The first failed (by the dog) and the second nearly succeeded. His other plan when he was reincarnated was to lead the execution of a Shocker traitor and before that a personal vendetta to retrieve his fangs from the dog's family that misappropriated them. Defeated by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick. He is later revived as Remodeled Cobra Man (改造コブラ男 Kaizō Kobura Otoko?, 10, 13) with the added ability of breathing fire before being destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Reversal. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. In the original manga, Cobra Man had a girlfriend called Medusa the Snake Woman whose real name is Myoko.
  • Gebacondor (ゲバコンドル Gebakondoru?, 11, 13, 27, Rider vs Shocker) - A condor monster. He was based on the data of the previous monsters defeated by Kamen Rider #1 and was constructed specifically to surpass him in battle. He needed the blood of virgins to be complete, initially using a church for his attacks, but soon attack a large number of different people. He was flight capable, able to move fast enough to disappear from human sight during brief moments, also was able to produce strong winds by flapping his wings. He initially defeated Kamen Rider #1 in direct combat, and, even in their initial rematch, still overpowered him. However, Kamen Rider #1 used the Cyclone bike and destroyed him with a Cyclone Crusher attack. Gebacondor was quickly resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army, but was destroyed in battle by Tokageron's special bomb. Later, Gebacondor is reconstructed again to help keeping Kamen Rider #2 away from children brainwashed by Shocker. However, he could not keep up with the new Rider and was easily defeated twice. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Gebacondor also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Yamogeras (ヤモゲラス Yamogerasu?, 12, 13, Rider vs Shocker) - A gecko monster. Hands have suction cups to adhere to surfaces. Sprays white goo that solidifies instantaneously. Stole the Danger Light and used it to turn humans into desiccating cadavers. He managed to stand up to Kamen Rider #1 in a direct battle, but was destroyed by the Danger Light. He was later resurrected by Shocker as part of the Revived Kaijin Army before being destroyed by Tokageron's special bomb. Yamogeras also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Tokageron (トカゲロン Tokageron?, 13) - Originally an arrogant soccer player named Ken Nomoto (野本健 Nomoto Ken?), he fell into Shocker's sights due to his leg strength. Though he escapes Grimreaper Chameleon, Nomoto is captured by Spider Man as he was then converted into a lizard cyborg. Retaining his arrogance, Togakeron is used in Shocker's scheme down the Tokyo Atomic Energy lab's barrier with Shocker's "Barrier Destruction Ball" bomb for the Revived Kaijin Corps (再生怪人軍団 Saisei Kaijin Gundan?, 13) to storm in and get the materials within. Though he defeats Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick, Hongo musters the new Lightning Rider Kick and uses it to kick the Barrier Destruction Ball back to Tokageron and the defeated Revived Kaijin Corps, destroying them all as the bomb detonates.
  • Saboteguron (サボテグロン Saboteguron?, 14-15, Rider vs Shocker) - A cactus monster. Can summon cactus swords, throw bombs and he's also a renown Shocker commander. He can also use a human form disguise of a FBI agent. Starting with his arrival on Japan, the Shocker soldiers wore masks similar to the ones of Lucha libre fighters. His personal emblem, worn on his soldiers' mask, was a cactus. A successful commander from Shocker Mexico who destroyed the Paras Dam and had advanced Shocker's Mexico conquest plan to 99%. Before that conquest could be completed, the Great Leader sent him to Japan, where Shocker's greatest enemy, the Kamen Rider, was. He went to Japan disguised as an FBI Agent and attempted to kill Taki after his identity was uncovered. Rather than Rider #1, who had left the country, he met opposition from Kamen Rider #2. He spread explosives disguised as desert plants and planned to destroy Japan's Sakuma Dam with the "Flower of Mexico" bomb. While fighting Rider #2, he was destroyed by crashing onto a rock while carrying several Flowers of Mexico with him. He returned as part of the revived troops in Kamen Rider vs Shocker. Acting as a standard field operative, supporting Fly Man, who attempted to kill professor Daidouji, he found himself facing Rider #2 again. Defeated in direct combat, he attempted to throw one of his bombs, but Kamen Rider #2 kicked it back to him. Destroyed by his own Flower of Mexico bomb.
  • Phirasaurus (ピラザウルス Pirazaurusu?, 16-17) (a.k.a. Phirasaurus Human (人間ピラザウルス Ningen Pirazaurusu?)) – A piranha-dinosaur monster. His main ability was releasing a poisonous breath. The second Phirasaurus had an unbelievably strong body, able to shrug off rounds of a cannon, and special techniques called Ultra Punch and Ultra Kick, similar to the Rider Punch and Rider Kick. The first Phirasaurus had the human guise of a bus driver, and was killed after using his death gas ability to kill the people in a bus. Phirasaurus Human was a project from Shocker commander Maya (マヤ Maya?), created from analysis of a prehistoric creature called the Phirasaurus, and she quickly looked for a stronger person to be altered. The second Phirasaurus was pro-wrestler Noboru Kusaka (草鹿昇 Kusaka Noboru?). He was captured, brainwashed and had his body altered, becoming the perfect Phirasaurus. The new Phirasaurus was able to match and defeat Kamen Rider #2 with his Ultra Kick. Brainwashed, Kusaka returned to the wrestling world as Satan Mask, and attacked his own brother when he tried to speak with him. He eventually faced Rider #2 in a wrestling ring. During the battle, he accidentally killed his commander Maya with his poisonous gas. In the end of episode 17, Kamen Rider #2 and Phirasaurus exchanged a Rider Kick and a Ultra Punch. Afterwards, both fell on the ring, and Kusaka returned to human form, recovering his memories.
  • Hitodanger (ヒトデンジャー Hitodenjā?, 18) - A giant starfish monster. Had strength far surpassing a human being and could launch himself into his opponents. His personal emblem, worn on his soldiers' masks, was a starfish. The symbol spread around his base was a white bird statue with a red starfish above their heads. Hitodanger protected a secret Shocker base which prepared missile launchers, killing anyone who approached it. However, a boy escaped and was found by Hayato. Eventually, he was forced to fight against Kamen Rider #2 in a shallow river. Destroyed by falling underneath a waterfall.
  • Kanibubbler (カニバブラー Kanibaburā?, 19, 37, Rider vs Shocker) - A crab monster. Can attack with a large claw on his left hand and release bubbles from his mouth that melt human beings upon contact. His soldiers have machine guns that shoot similar projectiles. His personal emblem, worn on his soldiers' masks, is a crab. Kanibubbler attacked various locations around Japan, but Kamen Rider #2 eventually tracked his underwater base and faced him head on. After his bubble attack failed. Was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Punch. Kanibubbler was resurrected later, episode 37, participating in an operation to kidnap children and test a poisonous gas on them, coordinated by Colonel Zol. However, Kazuya Taki saved the kids and released the poisonous gas on Kanibubbler and his companions, destroying them. Kanibubbler also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Dokugandar's Caterpillar Form (ドクガンダー Dokugandā?, 20, Rider vs Shocker) – A caterpillar monster. Can breathe explosive gas and also assume the human appearance of a gentleman with a black tophat and coat. His personal emblems, worn on his soldiers' masks, are a caterpillar and a moth. His initial plan involved scaring away the inhabitants of a village from a Shocker outpost and a personal gambit to kill Kamen Rider by capturing and threatening to execute his friends. By fluke chance, he managed to drive Professor Goizumi off a cliff which would set the path for his next plan upon revival. Dokugandar could not keep up with Kamen Rider #2 in direct combat and was defeated by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Rider #2 saw a white shell emerging from the river afterwards, and assumed Dokugandar had died. A second Dokugandar in Caterpillar form made a brief appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation in the movie.
    • Dokugandar's Imago Form (21, Rider vs Shocker) - Dokugandar's moth monster form. The form Dokugandar took after breaking from its white cocoon. Flight capable, able to release explosive blasts from his fingers and also recreate the cocoon. His human form was remodeled to match the dead Professor Koizumi (小泉教授 Koizumi Kyouju?). Dokugandar captured and forced the real Koizumi's research partner, assistant professor Yoshioka (吉岡助教授 Yoshioka Jukyouju?) to help with his studies of cocoons, accelerating the creation of an army of Dokugandars for Shocker. However, Yoshioka sabotaged the experiment. Even in his new form and using various hostages, Dokugandar was no match for Kamen Rider #2. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. The explosion created by the attack destroyed Dokugandar's entire base alongside it. Dokugandar would return later in the movie Kamen Rider vs Shocker. He helped a kidnapping operation proceed smoothly, but was left behind alone, fighting Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2. He was finally destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's and Kamen Rider #2's combined attacks.
  • Amazonia (アマゾニア Amazonia?, 22) - A piranha monster. Can launch his nails as projectiles and move through water. Led an underwater mining Shocker base. His personal emblem, worn on his soldiers' masks, is a fish wrapped around itself to make a circle. Captured and modified people who approached his base, but his activities were eventually discovered by the FBI and Kamen Rider #2. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Musasabeedle (ムササビードル Musasabīdoru?, 23, Rider vs Shocker, Rider vs Ambassador Hell) - A Japanese giant flying squirrel monster. Able to fly in high speeds, creating a slipstream strong enough to tear apart nearby targets. His emblem, worn by the soldiers of the base that modified him, is a flying squirrel. Attacked the Osumi Laboratory for missile components, but was stopped by Kamen Rider #2. Attempted to recover the components later, only to be destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Musasabeedle made a brief appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation in the movie. Musasabeedle returned in Kamen Rider vs Ambassador Hell, participating of an ambush to Kamen Rider #1 and Taki, and holding them off while another Shocker operation was prepared.
  • Kinokomorgu (キノコモルグ Kinokomorugu?, 24-25, Rider vs Shocker, Rider vs Ambassador Hell) – A mushroom monster. Able to spit a white dust that causes permanent sleep. His emblem, worn by the soldiers of the base that modified him, is a two-headed mushroom. A condemned criminal was taken from prison by Shocker soldiers. After hearing the organization's goals, he thought they were interesting and decided to join them. Fused with a special mushroom, he became Kinokomorgu. Kinokomorgu went on a parade alongside several Shocker soldiers, quickly capturing children curious enough to follow them. He defeated and captured Rider #2 with his special ability, but the Kamen Rider was saved by Taki. They fought again later, but he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. The explosion created by his death destroyed his own Shocker base. Kinokomogu returned in the movie Kamen Rider vs Shocker, fighting against Kamen Rider #2 again to capture a researcher's daughter, but he was destroyed easily by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Rebuilt once again by Shocker, his last appearance was in the movie Kamen Rider vs Ambassador Hell. He helped delaying Kamen Rider #1 from reaching a Shocker base and was left behind, alive, by Kamen Rider #1 afterwards.

Colonel Zol's KaijinEdit

  • Antlion Thunder (地獄サンダー Jigoku Sandā?, 26, Rider vs Shocker) - An antlion monster. His emblem, worn by the soldiers under his command, was a silhouette of a head with large horns similar to his own. Has enough strength to knock down Kamen Rider #2 with a good punch and could dig large pits. His soldiers were able to dig through the ground to make surprise attacks. Initially, operated independently, using his pit to attack helpless victims, but ended up working for Colonel Zol after his arrival, in spite of not liking the idea, in an operation to kill Rider #2. Although in their first encounter Antlion Thunder left victorious, with Rider #2 barely escaping thanks to his bike Cyclone 2, he was destroyed in their second battle, when Rider #2 hit him with a Rider Kick, throwing Antlion Thunder into his own pit, where he was quickly buried by the soft sand. Antlion Thunder returned in the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, where he faced Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2, giving time to let Doctor Shinigami escape from them. He was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's throw.
  • Mukaderas (ムカデラス Mukaderasu?, 27, 37, Rider vs Shocker) - A centipede monster. His emblem, worn by the soldiers working alongside him, was a centipede. Able to detach and throw his claws and also produce waves that brainwashed children and hurt Ichimonji Hayato, although they did not affect him as Kamen Rider #2. Participated in an operation directed by Colonel Zol to brainwash children into becoming Shocker members. Hayato followed him thanks to his own waves, and he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick, breaking his brainwashing over the children. Mukaderas was resurrected later, episode 37, participating in an operation to kidnap children and test a poisonous gas on them. However, Kazuya Taki saved the kids and released the poisonous gas on Mukaderas and his companions, destroying them. Mukaderas also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • (Revived) Gebacondor (27) - Acted as auxiliary fighting force, helping Mukaderas. However, he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • (Revived) Sarracenian (27) - Acted as an weapon instructor to the brainwashed children and also helped Mukaderas in combat. He was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Reversal.
  • Mogurang (モグラング Mogurangu?, 28, 37, 41, Rider vs Shocker) – A mole monster. The emblem worn by the soldiers of the base that created it was a curved horned mole. Able to move underground by digging quickly, with one of its hand replaced by a shovel while the other was a large claw. It was also equipped with two tentacle eyes, which allow it to spy from underground. Kidnapped a large number of people to turn them into human moles, but its operations were discovered by Rider #2. Using its digging abilities, Mogurang was able to defeat and capture Rider #2. However, Hayato escaped, and, in their rematch, Mogurang faced Rider #2 on top of a building. Defeated by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick which caused it to fall onto a cement tank. Mogurang was back in action later, episode 37, participating in an operation to kidnap children and test a poisonous gas on them. However, Kazuya Taki saved the kids and released the poisonous gas on Mogurang and its companions, destroying them. Mogurang later returned under Doctor Shinigami, working alongside Armadillong to capture Kamen Rider #1. Even with their combined efforts, they could not beat Kamen Rider #1, but attracted him to Ghoster, who captured him. Mogurang returned yet again in Kamen Rider vs Shocker, where he helped Fly Man and Saboteguron face Kamen Rider #2. Mogurang appeared from rocks around Kamen Rider #2 and attacked, but was quickly destroyed when Kamen Rider #2 threw one of Saboteguron's bombs back to them.
  • Kuragedarl (クラゲダール Kuragedāru?, 29) - A jellyfish monster. His emblem, worn by the soldiers under his command, is a jellyfish. Has a tentacle on his right hand, able to use electric discharges from it. Attacked people who approached his Shocker outpost, using them in voltage experiments with living humans. A child who saw him thought that he was an alien and the rumors quickly got to newspapers. His outpost was found and he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Zanburonzo (ザンブロンゾ Zanburonzo?, 30, Rider vs Shocker, Rider vs Ambassador Hell) - A trilobite monster. Its emblem, worn by the soldiers of the outpost that created it, is a trilobite. Not a modified human, but a modified Trilobite which received human blood and needed to absorb it to keep its new form. Able to switch between trilobite and Zanburonzo forms, remove parts of its shell to use as throwing weapons and spit acid. Defeated by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick, becoming a trilobite fossil again. Zanburonzo returned briefly in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there. Zanburonzo would reappear among the forces that ambushed Kamen Rider #1 in the movie Kamen Rider vs Ambassador Hell. It was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Punch.
  • Arigabari (アリガバリ Arigabari?, 31) - A giant anteater monster. Able to insert a poison called "Amazon's curse" that could even melt the human body, and had in one hand a retractable tentacle and in another a large claw. Was strong enough to shrug off Rider #2's Rider Kick and defeat him in direct combat. A member of Shocker Amazon, not the Japanese division, sent to Japan to work under Colonel Zol. Initially, easily defeated Kamen Rider #2, however, Ichimonji Hayato trained and developed a new finishing technique. In their rematch, he was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Swirling Kick.
  • Dokudahlian (ドクダリアン Dokudarian?, 32, Rider vs Shocker, V3 27-28) – A flower monster. Her personal mark, worn by her soldiers, was a 3 petals flower. Able to absorb humans, attack with a natural whip and also used various poisons. Although her original appearance was an old woman, aside from the Dokudalian form, she was also able to turn into a youthful flower seller. Attack clients of her flower shop, but eventually her activities were discovered. Destroyed when she was thrown into flames by Kamen Rider #2. She was resurrected as part of the large monster army seen in Kamen Rider vs Shocker, and attempted to capture the girl Tamami, but she was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick. Eventually, was resurrected yet again by Destron in Kamen Rider V3, episode 27. Dokudahlian tried to capture V3 when he invaded a Destron base, but her attacks were useless. However, afterwards, she activated a trapdoor while Imoriges and Shiomaneking held V3, sending him to a cell. When V3 escaped from the base after capturing Ambassador Hell, Dokudahlian was waiting for him outside, alongside Unidogma. The two Shocker monsters fought against the new Rider together, but they were easily defeated. Returning to face V3 yet again later, Dokudahlian used land mines, but they ineffective. Was destroyed by Kamen Rider V3 throwing Unidogma against her.
  • Armadillong (アルマジロング Arumajirongu?, 33, 37, 41, Rider vs Shocker) – An armadillo monster. His personal emblem was a silhouette of his own face. Able to turn into a ball and crash into foes with explosive force, and well armored enough to be impervious to Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick, but his belly did not have armor as strong as his other body parts. Tested by Shocker's Brazilian branch, but sent to Japan to work under Colonel Zol and fight against Kamen Rider #2. In his original test, he slaughtered a family, leading a surviving woman to go after him for revenge. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick on his belly. Armadillong was resurrected later, episode 37, participating in an operation to kidnap children and test a poisonous gas on them. However, Kazuya Taki saved the kids and released the poisonous gas on Mogurang and his companions, destroying them. He returned yet again in episode 41, where he faced Kamen Rider #1 to capture him. Afterwards, when Rider #1 was brainwashed and seemingly had defeated Rider #2, he returned, to kill Kamen Rider #1 too, however, Kamen Rider #1 had returned to normal and Rider #2 was still alive. Unable to resist against multiple attacks to his belly, Armadillong was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1. Armadillong also made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Gamagirah (ガマギラー Gamagirā?, 34, Rider vs Shocker) – A toad monster. His personal emblem was a silhouette of his own head. Able to release an amnesiac inducing gas (called the "Mindwipe Gas") and fought with a chain weapon. His plan was recover key documents that would have uncovered the Great Leader's identity and oversee the secure retrieval of a nuclear bomb which would be used to split Japan into two, effectively causing civil war. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Jump, use to cut through a Cessna airplane which exploded afterwards with Gamagirah inside. Gamagirah made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Arikimedes (アリキメデス Arikimedesu?, 35, Rider vs Shocker) - A queen ant monster. Able to release a red acid that could easily melt humans and metal and used used traps during battle. Its personal emblem, worn by the soldiers under his command, was an ant. Ichimonji Hayato and Kazuya Taki attacked the outpost commanded by Arikimedes and stole an egg from there. Trying to recover it, they fought again. Destroyed after getting hit by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick and falling into a pond of formic acid. Arikimedes made a brief return appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation there.
  • Egyptus (エジプタス Ejiputasu?, 36) – An Egyptian mummy altered by Shocker Japan under Colonel Zol's orders. The mark worn by the soldiers of the outpost which created it was a seahorse. Able to breath fire. A cruel monster, killing one of Shocker's own soldiers after his revival. Unable to speak in Japanese. Attacked various targets for Shocker to find a suitable Egyptian translator so Shocker can pinpoint the location of Thutmose III's treasure worth billions of yen. He is tracked down however, thanks to the last few moments of one of the people attacked by him, and destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Egyptus returned alive in the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, where he faced Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2, giving time to let Doctor Shinigami escape from them. He was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's kick.
  • Torikabuto (トリカブト Torikabuto?, 37, Rider vs Shocker) – An aconitum monster. Personal mark worn by his soldiers was an aconitum silhouette. Able to spit a strong green acid that melts an adult human in seconds and extend his white hand into a large tentacle. Spread throughout Japan various artificial flowers able to release poisonous gas. However, he was seen by a child, and eventually that led Kamen Rider #2 to finding him. Meanwhile, revived monsters were about to test the poisonous gas on children, but were stopped by Taki, who used it against them. Torikabuto was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Punch. Torikabuto returned in Kamen Rider vs Shocker, as a member of the large kaijin army. He faced Kamen Rider #1 and 2 together, trying to capture a girl called Tamami, only to be destroyed by being thrown onto one of his partners for that mission, Sarracenian.
  • (Revived) Kanibubbler (37) - Tried to use toxic gas to kill children, but was destroyed by Taki with Shocker's own gas.
  • (Revived) Mukaderas (37) - Tried to use toxic gas to kill children, but was destroyed by Taki with Shocker's own gas.
  • (Revived) Mogurang (37) - Tried to use toxic gas to kill children, but was destroyed by Taki with Shocker's own gas.
  • (Revived) Armadillong (37) - Tried to use toxic gas to kill children, but was destroyed by Taki with Shocker's own gas.
  • Eiking (エイキング Eikingu?, 38, Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu, Rider vs Shocker, Rider vs Ambassador Hell) - A stingray monster. Personal mark worn by his soldiers was a stingray silhouette. Able to release electrical discharges strong enough to vaporize humans as projectiles. Tried to recapture a fugitive from one of Shocker's outposts, only to stumble upon the members of the Tachibana Racing Club. Participated on an operation to set up bombs, but they were stopped by Taki after a single detonation, while Eiking himself was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick. Eiking made a brief appearance in the monster army of the Kamen Rider vs Shocker movie, but did not actually have an active participation. Returned in the Kamen Rider vs Ambabassador Hell movie, participating of an ambush to Kamen Rider #1 and Taki, and holding them off while another Shocker operation was prepared.
  • Wolf Man (狼男 Ōkami Otoko?, 39) (a.k.a. Experimental Wolf Man (実験用狼男 Jikkenyō Ōkami Otoko?)) - An experimental wolf monster created by the wolf virus. Initially, a berserker monster, a sample for the "Operation Wolf", who attacked anyone nearby, slept on the streets and turned into Wolf Man to kill a man who approached him. Afterwards, fought and was captured by Shocker soldiers. Returned as a loyal Shocker agent, attempting to capture a girl who had seen him previously. Faced Kamen Rider #2, but was strong enough to match him and escape. Returned to Colonel Zol's outpost afterwards, but its self destruction was activated, killing various Shocker soldiers and commanders with its explosion.

Doctor Shinigami's KaijinEdit

  • Snowman (スノーマン Sunōman?, 40) - A yeti monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick.
  • Ghoster (ゴースター Gōsutā?, 41) - A magma monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick.
  • (Revived) Armadillong (41) - Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1.
  • (Revived) Mogurang (41) - Helped Capturing Kamen Rider #1 and did not appear later.
  • Fly Man (ハエ男 Hae Otoko?, 42) - A fly monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Revolving Kick.
  • Pranodon (プラノドン Puranodon?, 43) - A pteranodon monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Kabibinga (カビビンガ Kabibinga?, 44) - A mold monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Namekujira (ナメクジラ Namekujira?, 45) - A slug monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick and Rider Two-Step Reversal.
  • Bearkonger (ベアーコンガー Beākongā?, 46) - A brown bear/cougar monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Todogirah (トドギラー Todogirā?, 47) - A steller sea lion monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Hiruguerrilla (ヒルゲリラ Hirugerira?, 48) - A leech monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick and Rider Electrical Discharge.
  • Isoginchak (イソギンチャック Isoginchakku?, 49) - A sea anemone monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Wheel, Rider Reversal, and Rider Double Kick.
  • Kamestone (カメストーン Kamesutōn?, 50,Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - A turtle monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Unicornos (ユニコルノス Yunikorunosu?, 51) - A unicorn monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick.
  • Gilgalass (ギルガラス Girugarasu?, 52,Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - A jungle crow monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick.
  • Namazugiller (ナマズギラー Namazugirā?, 61,Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - An electric catfish monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Return Kick.
  • Saigang (サイギャング Saigyangu?, 63, 66) - A rhinoceros monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Punch and Rider Tailspin Shoot.
  • (Revived) Saigang (68) - He is shown alive training with Shocker Combatmen.
  • (Revived) Kabutorong (68) - He is shown alive training with Shocker Combatmen.

Ambassador Hell's KaijinEdit

  • Jaguarman (ジャガーマン Jagāman?, 53, 66) - A jaguar monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Head Crusher.
  • Sea Snake Man (海蛇男 Umihebi Otoko?, 54) - A sea snake monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Back Jump and Rider Kick.
  • Cockroach Man (ごきぶり男 Gokiburi Otoko?, 55) - A cockroach monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Return Kick.
  • Gireera (ギリーラ Girīra?, 56) - A poisonous butterfly monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Dokumondo (ドクモンド Dokumondo?, 57) - A ground spider monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Poison Lizard Man (毒トカゲ男 Dokutokage Otoko?, 58, 66) - A frilled lizard monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Head Crusher.
  • Earthworm Man (ミミズ男 Mimizu Otoko?, 59) - An earthworm monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Owl Man (フクロウ男 Fukurō Otoko?, 60) - An owl monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Hammer and Rider Kick.
  • Harinezuras (ハリネズラス Harinezurasu?, 62, 66) - A hedgehog monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Flash of Lightning Kick.
  • Semiminga (セミミンガ Semiminga?, 64, Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - A robust cicada monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Reversal and Rider Kick.
  • Kabutorong (カブトロング Kabutorongu?, 65) - A Japanese rhinoceros beetle monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Kamikirikid (カミキリキッド Kamikirikiddo?, 66, Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu) - A longhorn beetle monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Tailspin Shoot.
  • (Revived) Zanjioh (66) - Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Crash, thrown into Harinezuras.
  • (Revived) Jaguarman (66) - Destroyed after being thrown against rocks by Kamen Rider #1.
  • (Revived) Poison Lizard Man (66) - Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Crash.
  • (Revived) Harinezuras (66) - Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Crash, thrown into Zanjioh.
  • (Revived) Saigang (66) - Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Punch.
  • Girizames (ギリザメス Girizamesu?, 67) - A sawshark monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Tailspin Shoot.
  • Gillerkorogi (ギラーコオロギ Girākōrogi?, 69) - A cricket monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick (Rider Knee Block?).
  • Elekibotaru (エレキボタル Erekibotaru?, 70) - A firefly monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Reversal.
  • Abugomens (アブゴメス Abugomesu?, 71) - A horse-fly monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Knee Block.
  • Mosquiras (モスキラス Mosukirasu?, 72) - A mosquito monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick.
  • Shiomaneking (シオマネキング Shiomanekingu?, 72-73, V3 27-28) - A fiddler crab monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Reversal and Rider Double Kick.
  • Shiracuras (シラキュラス Shirakyurasu?, 74) - A crab louse monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Drop Kick.
  • Bararanga (バラランガ Bararanga?, 75) - A rose monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Screw Block.
  • Seadragon I (シードラゴンⅠ世 Shīdoragon Issei?, 76) - A seahorse monster. Destroyed by falling on the ground.
  • Seadragon II (シードラゴンⅡ世 Shīdoragon Nisei?, 76) - A seahorse monster. Destroyed by electric drill.
  • Seadragon III (シードラゴンⅢ世 Shīdoragon Sansei?, 76) - A seahorse monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Punch.
  • Imoriges (イモリゲス Imorigesu?, 77, V3 27-28) - A newt monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Screw Kick.
  • Unidogma (ウニドグマ Unidoguma?, 78, V3 27-28) - A sea urchin monster. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Tailspin Shoot.

Shocker Kaijin (Kamen Rider versus Shocker)Edit

  • Zanjioh (ザンジオー Zanjiō?, Rider vs Shocker, 66, Rider vs Ambassador Hell, Kamen Rider: Seigi No keifu, Movie War 2010) - A salamander monster. He was the leader of Shocker's operation to acquire an artificial gravity device. He had great combat potential, fire breathing abilities and was also able to turn into foam to move through small spaces. He captured Tamami, daughter of the leader researcher of the gravity device, and attempted to steal the formula hidden inside a Teddy Bear. He was tracked down and destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Double Kick. He was eventually revived by sacrifices from Ambassador Hell in episode 66 of the TV series, going on to work under Kamikirikid. In that role, Zanjioh easily lost to the improved Kamen Rider #1. He was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Crash, thrown into Harinezuras. Zanjioh would return to life yet again in Kamen Rider vs Ambassador Hell. Zanjioh led a group of other revived Kaijin in another ambush to Takeshi Hongo and Taki. He fought against Kamen Rider #1 for a while, standing in a stalemate, only to reveal that his forces were just a distraction while Shocker prepared their new weapon. Kamen Rider #1 left without finishing his battle with him. Years later, Zanjioh would appear in yet another Kamen Rider movie, Movie War 2010, as a minor Super Shocker member. He was part of Super Shocker's forces in the final battle, surviving even up to Doras' arrival and siding with it alongside other Kaijin. However, he was destroyed by Kamen Rider Ryuki (Shinji Tatsumi)'s surprise Dragon Rider Kick.
  • Revived Kaijin
    • Fly Man - He took the identity and appearance of Ano, one of the researchers of an artificial gravity device that Shocker aimed to get. He obtained the information about the location of the research data from professor Daidouji and attempted to kill him. However, he was interrupted by Hayato Ichimonji and Kazuya Taki. Fly Man fought against Kamen Rider #2 helped by Mogurang and Saboteguron, but they are quickly defeated, and Fly Man himself was destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
    • Mogurang - Mogurang hid with rocks and revealed himself to attack Kamen Rider #2 alongside Fly Man and Saboteguron. However, during the battle, Kamen Rider #2 kicked Saboteguron's own Flower of Mexico bomb back to him. Destroyed by Saboteguron's Flower of Mexico bomb.
    • Saboteguron - Saboteguron hid with rocks and revealed himself to attack Kamen Rider #2 alongside Fly Man and Mogurang. He was unable to match Kamen Rider #2 in direct combat and used his Flower of Mexico bomb again. However, Kamen Rider #2 kicked it back to him. Destroyed by his own Flower of Mexico bomb.
    • Arigabari - He attacked a birthday party and attempted to capture Tamami, professor Daidouji's daughter. However, Takeshi Hongo appeared while he tried to escape with Tamami. He was destroyed by Kamen Rider #1.
    • Dokugandar's Imago Form - He helped Arigabari and Zanjioh capture Tamami, but he was defeated afterwards by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2.
  • Revived Kaijin - Jigoku Valley's Kaijin Army
    • Pranodon - Used aerial attacks to let Doctor Shinigami escape from Hongo and Ichimonji. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Hummer Kick (Simple version)
    • Gilgalass - Used aerial attacks to let Doctor Shinigami escape from Hongo and Ichimonji. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2's Rider Hummer Kick (Simple version)
    • Egyptus - Fought against Hongo and Ichimonji while Doctor Shinigami escaped. Defeated by Kamen Rider #1's Kick.
    • Antlion Thunder - Fought against Hongo and Ichimonji while Doctor Shinigami escaped. Defeated by Kamen Rider #1's Throw.
    • Torikabuto - Fought alongside 3 other monsters attempting to capture Tamami again. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2, throwing Torikabuto and Sarracenian on each other.
    • Dokudahlian - Fought alongside 3 other monsters attempting to capture Tamami again. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
    • Sarracenian - Fought alongside 3 other monsters attempting to capture Tamami again. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1 and Kamen Rider #2, throwing Torikabuto and Sarracenian on each other.
    • Kinokomorgu - Fought alongside 3 other monsters attempting to capture Tamami again. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Revived Kaijin - Jigoku Valley's ambush Kaijin Army

The following Kaijin appeared as members of the Kaijin Army, even announcing their names. However, after the initial ambush failed, they left and did not return later.

Shocker Kaijin (Kamen Rider versus Ambassador Hell)Edit

  • Kamikirikid - He attempts to defeat Kamen Rider #1, but fails. Later, he fails to notice that Shocker's new weapon has been sabotaged, destroying Shocker's base. He attempts to fight Kamen Rider #1 afterwards, but is destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Revived Kaijin
    • Kabutorong - Attempts to trap Kamen Rider #1 and Taki, but fails. He's knocked out by Kamen Rider #1, dying in the self-destruction of one of Shocker's bases.
    • Hipporit Seijin - Gasses Ultraman's approach and tells the Jack members about it.
    • Cockroach Man - is defeated by Kamen Rider #1, who forces him to reveal the location of one of Shocker's base, but he is killed by Kamikirikid before revealing the information.
    • Gireera - Tries to kill Kamen Rider #1 alongside Kamikirikid, but is easily defeated.
    • Semiminga - Tries to kill Kamen Rider #1 alongside Kamikirikid, but is easily defeated. Later returns with a troop of horse riding Shocker soldiers and using hostages, but escapes when Taki saves the hostages.
    • Jaguarman - Pursues Kamen Rider #1 with a group of bikers, attracting him to a trap.
    • Saigang - Pursues Kamen Rider #1 with a group of bikers, attracting him to a trap.
    • Sea Snake Man - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Earthworm Man - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1. Destroyed when Poison Lizard Man is thrown at him.
    • Eiking - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Ghoster - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Pranodon - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Kinokomorgu - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Zanjioh - Was the leader of the large group ambushing Kamen Rider #1.
    • Dokumondo - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Musasabeedle - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1.
    • Zanburonzo - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1. Destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Punch.
    • Poison Lizard Man - Was part of a large ambush to Kamen Rider #1. Destroyed after crashing into Earthworm Man.

OthersEdit

Membership (Kamen Rider the First/Kamen Rider the Next)Edit

  • Great Leader of Shocker (ショッカー首領 Shokkā Shuryō?)
  • Doctor Shinigami (死神博士 Shinigami Hakase?): Credited in the movie as "Shocker Staff: Elderly Gentleman" (ショッカー幹部・老紳士 Shokkā Kanbu Rōshinshi?).
  • Shocker Staff: Lady (ショッカー幹部・美女 Shokkā Kanbu Bijo?): She takes over the task of rebuilding Shocker's Base.
  • Shocker Staff: Youth (ショッカー幹部・若者 Shokkā Kanbu Wakamono?)
  • Shocker Riders (ショッカーライダー Shokkā Raidā?)

Shocker InhumanoidsEdit

While the first four are based on the Inhumanoids in the 1st Kamen Rider series, the last two are based on the Inhumanoids of Destron.

  • Spider (スパイダー Supaidā?): A spider-cyborg with heightened strength and agility; able to shoot out powerful strands of webbing. He poses as a cab driver to assassinate Shocker's targets. When attempting to finish his mission to kill Asuka Midorikawa, the Spider eventually destroyed by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick
  • Bat (バット Batto?): A bat cyborg, the one who captured Takeshi Hongō. He eventually destroyed by the teamwork of Kamen Riders 1 and 2's Rider Double Kick
  • Haruhiko Mitamura / Cobra (三田村 晴彦 / コブラ Mitamura Haruhiko / Kobura?): A cobra cyborg. Defeated by Kamen Rider #1's Rider Kick.
  • Miyoko Harada / Snake (原田 美代子 / スネーク Harada Miyoko / Sunēku?): A snake cyborg. Defeated by Kamen Rider #2's Rider Kick.
  • Chainsaw Lizard (チェーンソーリザード Chēnsō Rizādo?): Formerly Kazami's secretary, she was exposed to the nanobots and became a sensual lizard cyborg who can change her right arm into a regenerable buzzsaw weapon that can cut through anything. She serves as Scissor Jaguar's 2nd in command before being eventually killed by Kamen Rider V3's Hanten Kick when she attempts to escape with the nanobots.
  • Scissors Jaguar (シザースジャガー Shizāsu Jagā?): A warped scissor-bladed jaguar cyborg who can morph his hands into blades, the mastermind behind Shocker's nano-tech project who caused Kazami's transformation into V3. Based at the restaurant Legend of Gathering, Scissors Jaguar intended to turn all of Japan into cyborgs with the nanobots. However, his plans were foiled as he was killed by the Double Riders' Rider Double Kick and Rider Double Punch combo.

Membership (Let's Go Kamen Riders)Edit

In this version of the organization, the Gel-Shocker members were part of the original Shocker, before its destruction. In addition, due to a time paradox caused by Ankh leaving an O-Medal behind in the events of OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders, Shocker achieved its goal of world dominion with the Shocker Greeed (ショッカーグリード Shokkā Gurīdo?) and formed a league unitying members from various other organizations.

  • Great Leader of Shocker: the Grand master of the team and Shockers original leader. In the final fight, he became Rock Great Leader, killing all of his remaining generals in the process and stating to destroy the world with his mere existence. He was destroyed by the All-Rider Break, performed by all riders who gathered to face him.
  • General Black (ブラック将軍 Burakku Shōgun?): Shocker's main commander in Let's Go Kamen Riders, and commander of Gel-Shocker in the normal timeline, who can become the hybrid Inhumanoid Hiruchameleon. One of his subordinates finds a Cell Medal Ankh dropped in their time, reverse engineering it to create the Shocker Greed and alter time so that Shocker would defeat the Kamen Riders. Destroyed by Kamen Rider OOO.

Shocker's KaijinEdit

  • Shocker Greeed (ショッカーグリード Shokkā Gurīdo?): A Greeed created when Shocker's Leader obtains a cell medal from the future accidently left behind by Ankh when he, Kamen Rider OOO, and Kamen Rider New Den-O went back in time and converts it into the Shocker Core Medal. This Greeed was shown to be stronger than Kamen Riders #1 and #2, defeating them and altering the past so that Shocker would have conquered the world. Destroyed by Ichigo and Nigo's Rider Double Kick and his Cell Medal was then used alongside Den-O's Imagin medal to create OOO Tamashii Combo.
  • Zanjioh ( Zanjio?): A salemander monster.
  • Shiomaneking (シオマネキング Shiomanekingu?): A fiddler crab monster.
  • Ganikomol (ガニコウモル Ganikōmoru?): One of Shocker's Inhumanoids. In the year 2011 of the movie's altered timeline, when Shocker controls the world, he's shown to have a human form and becomes a member of the Shocker police.
  • Ikadevil ( Ikadebiru?) The squid monster form of Doctor Shinigami.
  • Garagaranda (ガラガランダ Garagaranda?): The rattlesnake monster form of Ambassador Hell.
  • Poison Lizard Man (毒トカゲ男 Dokutokage Otoko?)
  • Jaguarman (ジャガーマン Jagāman?)
  • Turtle Bazooka (カメバズーカ Kame Bazūka?): One of Shocker's strongest Inhumanoids. With his cannons, he attacks the Denliner in 1971 when its crew attempts to fly to the past to restore history. Although he's identified as a Shocker Kaijin, and appears in the 1971 timeline, he sports a Destron belt.
  • Tiger-Roid (タイガーロイド Taigā Roido?): An elite soldier of the Badan Empire in the normal timeline.

Allied CommandersEdit

Members from various other organizations that existed independently from Shocker made an alliance to follow Shocker to fulfill their goals in Let's Go Kamen Riders' altered timeline. In spite of that, their organizations still were shown to exist individually, and they were just serving their own interests, several of them even expressing desire to end that alliance.

GeddonEdit

Government of DarknessEdit

  • King Dark (キングダーク Kingu Dāku?): The leader of the Government of Darkness. In Let's Go Kamen Riders' timeline, he joins Shocker's alliance and tries to help keeping its stability. Destroyed when Great Leader became Rock Great Leader.
  • Apollo Geist (アポロガイスト Aporo Gaisuto?): The chief of security of G.O.D. Represented G.O.D. in the Shocker alliance meeting, taking a seat in the council, but gave command to King Dark when he appeared. When the timeline starts being restored and the Riders reappear, he attempts to face his rival, Kamen Rider X, only to be easily driven back. Destroyed when Great Leader became Rock Great Leader.

Delza ArmyEdit

  • General Shadow (ジェネラルシャドウ Jeneraru Shadou?): Representative of the Delza Army in Shocker's council. Likes to play with his Poker cards and challenge strong opponents. He was slain at the hands of Kikaider, Kikaider 01, Zubat, and Inazuman, the other heroes of justice.

GorgomEdit

  • High Priest Darom (大神官ダロム Daishinkan Daromu?) The leader of Gorgom's High Priests and the Gorgom member chosen to represent the group in the Shocker meetings. He actually has little interest in the alliance, and despises Shocker's interest in ruling over humanity, wishing to just eliminate the entire species. However, he's eventually convinced to continue with the alliance for some time. When the timeline is partially restored and the Riders return, he briefly engages Kamen Riders Black and Black RX in combat, only to escape. He's destroyed when Great Leader became Rock Great Leader.
  • Shadow Moon (シャドームーン Shadō Mūn?): Nobuhiko Akizuki, dark opposite of Kamen Rider Black, and one of the Century Kings and higher-ups of Gorgom[1]. Although technically Gorgom's leader, and present in the meeting with the other organizations, he plays no active role, leaving the discussions with Darom. Alongside Doras, he puts down Kamen Rider OOO and Kamen Rider New Den-O when they attempt to resist their own execution. However, when the timeline is partially restored, he's defeated by Kamen Rider Decade.

Crisis EmpireEdit

  • General Jark (ジャーク将軍 Jāku Shōgun?): The military leader of the Crisis Empire and its representative in the conversations with Shocker and the other villain groups. Like Darom, has little interest in ruling over humanity and actually wishes to clean the planet, but he's convinced to collaborate with them. Destroyed when Great Leader became Rock Great Leader.

GurongiEdit

  • N-Gamio-Zeda (ン・ガミオ・ゼダ N Gamio Zeda?): The wolf-like leader of the Gurongi in the normal timeline of the World of Kuuga dimension. In Let's Go Kamen Riders, he's the representative of the Gurongi in the Shocker alliance council and leads them to fight against Kamen Rider Kuuga when the timeline is partially restored, only to be defeated.

LordsEdit

  • El of the Water (水のエル Mizu no Eru?): A whale Lord with the power of water and ability of human speech. He participates in Shocker's meeting with the various villains, but isn't seen during their later offensive.

Artificial UndeadEdit

  • Kerberos (ケルベロス Keruberosu?): The artificial Ace Undead who somehow has control over the other Undead in the altered timeline from Let's go Kamen Riders.

ImaginEdit

  • Albinoleo Imagin (アルビノレオイマジン Arubinoreo Imajin?): Representative of the Imagin alongside Shocker in Let's Go Kamen Riders' altered timeline.

MuseumEdit

  • Terror Dopant (テラー・ドーパント Terā Dōpanto?): The monster form of Ryubee Sonozaki, leader of the Museum and Sonozaki Family patriarch in the normal timeline and representant of the Sonozaki's interests with the Shocker alliance. Although he participates in the meeting, and later some Dopants are shown fighting alongside Shocker, neither Terror nor any of the Sonozaki are shown personally supporting their final offensive.

Allied KaijinEdit

Various monsters from other organizations which aligned themselves with Shocker in Let's Go Kamen Riders' altered timeline.

Jin DogmaEdit

  • KomaThunder (コマサンダー Komasanda?): A top monster from Jin Dogma.

FoundationEdit

Neo OrganismEdit

  • Doras (ドラス Dorasu?): A grotesque Kamen Rider-like form that is the aspect of the Neo Organism. Alongside Shadowmoon, it defeats Kamen Rider OOO and Kamen Rider New Den-O when they attempt to resist execution. However, when the timeline is partially restored and the Riders return, Doras is easily defeated by Kamen Rider ZO's ZO Punch.

Fog MotherEdit

GrongiEdit

LordsEdit

  • Pantheras Luteus (パンテラス・ルテウス Panterasu Ruteusu?): A jaguar Lord.
  • Cetos Orcinus (ケトス・オルキヌス Ketosu Orukinusu?): An orca Lord

Mirror MonstersEdit

OrphnochEdit

  • Lobster Orphnoch (ロブスターオルフェノク Robusutā Orufenoku?)
  • Elephant Orphnoch (エレファントオルフェノク Erefanto Orufenoku?): An elephant Orphnoch.
  • Stag Beetle Orphnoch (スタッグビートルオルフェノク Sutaggu Bītoru Orufenoku?): A stag beetle Orphnoch.
  • Octopus Orphnoch (オクトパスオルフェノク Okutopasu Orufenoku?): An octopus Orphnoch.

UndeadEdit

  • Eagle Undead (イーグルアンデッド Īguru Andeddo?): The eagle Jack of Spades Undead.
  • Serpent Undead (サーペントアンデッド Sāpento Andeddo?)
  • Tiger Undead (タイガーアンデッド Taigā Andeddo?): The tiger Queen of Clubs Undead.
  • Giraffa Undead (ギラファアンデッド Girafa Andeddo?): A category King Undead. In Let's Go Kamen Riders' altered timeline, like the other Undead, he follows Kerberus orders', and accompanies him to the meeting with Shocker.

MakamouEdit

WormEdit

  • Scorpio Worm (スコルピオワーム Sukorupio Wāmu?): Also known as Kamen Rider Sasword. When the altered timeline starts disappearing, he fights against Kamen Rider Kabuto only to be easily defeated. Afterwards, he seemingly leaves Shocker and appears alongside the other Riders to help in the battle against the Great Leader.
  • Sectio Worm (セクティオワーム Sekutio Wāmu?)
  • Cammarus Worm (キャマラスワーム Kyamarasu Wāmu?)
  • Subst Worm (サブストワーム Sabusuto Wāmu?): A crayfish Worm.

ImaginEdit

FangireEdit

  • Lion Fangire (ライオンファンガイア Raion Fangaia?): A lion Fangire.
  • Crab Fangire (クラブファンガイア Kurabu Fangaia?): A crab Fangire.

Monsters from Other WorldsEdit

  • Paradoxa Undead (パラドキサアンデッド Paradokisa Andeddo?): A category King Undead from the World of Blade dimension. When the timeline is partially restored and the Riders return, he fights alongside Tiger Orphnoch against Decade, but is easily defeated.
  • Tiger Orphnoch (タイガーオルフェノク Taigā Orufenoku?): A special Orphnoch able to revive and evolve others of his species from the World of Faiz alternate dimension. When the timeline is partially restored and the Riders return, he fights alongside the Paradox Undead against Decade, but is easily defeated.
  • Schwarian (シュバリアン Shubarian?): The Crisis Empire commander who led the attack against the World of Black RX dimension in the original timeline. He accompanies General Jark to the Shocker meeting and later is easily defeated by V3.

DopantEdit

  • Utopia Dopant (ユートピア・ドーパント Yūtopia Dōpanto?): A member of Foundation X in the normal timeline.
  • T-Rex Dopant (ティーレックス・ドーパント Tīrekkusu Dōpanto?)
  • Triceratops Dopant (トライセラトップス・ドーパント Toraiseratoppusu Dōpanto?): The triceratops Dopant.
  • Beast Dopant (ビースト・ドーパント Bīsuto Dōpanto?): A monstrous-like Dopant.
  • Hopper Dopant (ホッパー・ドーパント Hoppā Dōpanto?): A grasshopper Dopant.

GalleryEdit

Video Game appearancesEdit

Kamen Rider video gameEdit

Shocker in the PlayStation Kamen Rider video game.

In the "Kamen Rider Story" the player must defeat the evil Shocker organization to restore the peace by battling against 6 combatmen before fighting against Shocker kaijin, if the kaijin or player's health is 50% or less, the game automatically switches the position of the player on the screen. If all Shocker and Gel-Shocker kaijin are defeated, the player will immediately fight against Great Leader without fighting combatmen or switching around.

In "Shocker Story" players play as Shocker kaijin which must defeat enemy Shocker kaijin. If player successfully passes the 8th round,the player's Shocker kaijin 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.

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