The Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club announced that the live-action television series “Kamen Rider Zero-One” is inspiring a spinoff net short anime, Kamen Rider Zero-One Short Anime Everyone’s Daily Life.
The club’s subscribers can watch the first episode starting on July 23 at 12:00 p.m.
The trailer above previews the first anime episode, in which the artificial intelligence “Is” guides the protagonist Aruto around the Hiden Intelligence Building. Tete Inoue wrote the script, and the episode’s visual features not just Is and Aruto, but also Isamu, Yua, Gai, and MetsubouJinrai.net members.
The digital book corner of the club’s app will also post Kōtarō Yūki’s manga adaptation of Toei’s Series Kaijū-Ku (Series Kaiju Area) project in the near future.
Kamen Rider Zero-One premiered on September 1 as the first Kamen Rider television series in Japan’s Reiwa era.
Mashin Sentai Kiramager, the 44th and most recent series in Toei’s long-running live-action Super Sentai franchise, is also inspiring a spinoff net short anime called Mashin Mukashi-Banashi Gekijō (Mashin Folk Tale Theater). (Kamen Rider Zero-One and Kiramager air on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., respectively.)