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HK/Hentai Kamen Sequel Film About Panty-Mask Superhero Opens in May

posted on 2016-02-22 23:15 EST
Ryohei Suzuki, Fumika Shimizu return as HK/Hentai Kamen Abnormal Crisis

A sequel film to the live-action HK/Hentai Kamen film has been green-lit. HK/Hentai Kamen Abnormal Crisis will open in Japan on May 14. The film series had been planned as a trilogy since the first film's release in 2013. The film series' official website began streaming a teaser for the film on Tuesday.

The tagline below reads, "Panties have disappeared from the world. Justice has disappeared."

Director Yūichi Fukuda will return to direct the film, and Ryohei Suzuki and Fumika Shimizu are returning to reprise their roles as Kyōsuke Shikijō/Hentai Kamen and Aiko Himeno, respectively. New cast members include Yuuya Yagira in the role of Tadashi Kotomi, as well as Ayame Misaki, Sarutoki Minagawa, Hirofumi Arai, and Kyosuke Yabe in as-yet unannounced roles.

Suzuki stated that he is undergoing bodybuilding to increase his body profile. He stated, "My body will be larger than the previous movie. I'm aiming for a world-class body that can stand comfortably next to American superheroes."

The film's plot will center around the continued disappearance of panties all over the world. While Kyōsuke is now in college, and has taken a different path from Aiko, both stand up to face evil.

The first live-action film adaptation of Keishuu Andou's The Abnormal Super Hero Hentai Kamen manga opened in 2013. The film earned 100 million in its second weekend, far above the projected gross for the movie.

Source: Comic Natalie


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