|This article is about a/an villain in Kamen Rider, the original series.|
|Season:|| Kamen Rider|
Kamen Rider V3
|Affiliation:||Geldam, Gel-Shocker, Destron|
|First Appearance:||Gel-Shocker Appears! Kamen Rider's Last Day!|
|Last Appearance:||Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3|
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Full list of appearances
|Actor:|| Matasaburō Niwa|
Mahito Tsujimura (Voice of Hiruchameleon)
Seizō Fukumoto (Let's Go Kamen Riders)
Nobuhiko Takada (Super Hero Taisen GP)
He was once an army official of the former Imperial Russia who quickly rose to the position of General when he was still young due to his cruel but effective tactics. Due to these tactics of torture and combat he struck fear into enemies and farmers of his country. After the fall of Imperial Russia, he was approached by the esoteric Buddhist group Geldam. Joining them, he went to Africa where he continued his terror campaign while keeping his uniform and position from the Russian army. He was later contacted by Shocker's Great Leader and went to Japan founding Gel-Shocker. Becoming Hiruchameleon who has ability to sucking blood by hugging human which later used to reviving Gel-Shocker Kaijin who already defeated by Double Rider, throwing leech which cause the target follow his order, and able turning himself become invisible. Later he fought the Double Riders on roller coaster and was defeated by their Rider Double Chop when turning invisible after weakened, reverts to his human form cursing the Double Rider and exploded.
Along with Colonel Zol, Doctor Shinigami, and Ambassador Hell. He was resurrected by Doktor G to initiate Operation: Japan Annihilation using a new toxic gas called Girard Gamma. His assignment is Chugoku region. When Ambassador Hell captured by V3, he states Ambassador Hell is useless and waiting for Ambassador Hell execution until Great Leader interference stating they cannot afford to lose even Ambassador Hell when carried out their mission and let V3 go as he pleases. He died with the other revived commanders when Destron's base accidentally self destructed.
Movie War 2010
Let's Go Kamen Riders
In OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders after a Shocker Grunt found a Cell Medal dropped by Ankh, General Black presented it to the Great Leader where it became the Shocker Core Medal and created the Shocker Greeed. He is later defeated against Kamen Rider OOO.
Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai
Hiruchamelon was resurrected as part of the revived Badan Empire.
Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3
to be added
Video Game appearances
Kamen Rider video game
Hiru Kameleon is an unlockable character that appears in the PlayStation Kamen Rider video game. He is unlocked by completing the Kamen Rider Story mode. He is fought by the player in the "Kamen Rider Story". In the "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.
All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation
Hiruchameleon appears as a monster in the video game All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation.
Behind the scenes
In Kamen Rider the original series, General Black was portrayed by Matasaburō Niwa (丹羽 又三郎 Niwa Matasaburō?). As Hiruchameleon, he was voiced by Mahito Tsujimura (辻村 真人 Tsujimura Mahito?). When he returned in OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders, General Black was portrayed by Seizō Fukumoto (福本 清三 Fukumoto Seizō?).In Super Hero Taisen GP, he was portrayed by Nobuhiko Takada (高田 延彦 Takada Nobuhiko?).
- The medals on his chest were given to General Black by Nicolai Il and Gel-Shocker's Great Leader.
- Despite his original army being Gel-Shocker, whenever he reappears, he is usually associated with its predecessor, Shocker.
- Kamen Rider episode 80 - Gel-Shocker Appears! Kamen Rider's Last Day!
- Kamen Rider episode 81 - Kamen Rider Dies Twice!
- Kamen Rider episode 82 - Monster Jellyfish Wolf, Dreadful Rush Hour
- Kamen Rider episode 83 - Monster Inokabuton, Defeat the Rider With Crazy Gas
- Kamen Rider episode 84 - Watch Out, Rider! Isoginjaguar's Hell Trap
- Kamen Rider episode 85 - Sludge Monster, Dreadful Murder Smog
- Kamen Rider episode 86 - Monster Eaglemantis' Human Hunt
- Kamen Rider episode 87 - Gel-Shocker's Delivery Man of Death
- Kamen Rider episode 88 - Bizarre! The Picture of the Black Cat That Calls for Blood
- Kamen Rider episode 89 - Fear's Pet Strategy, Drop Rider into Hell!
- Kamen Rider episode 90 - Fear's Pet Strategy, Rider SOS
- Kamen Rider episode 91 - Gel-Shocker, Enroll in Terror School
- Kamen Rider episode 92 - Atrocity! Fake Kamen Riders!!
- Kamen Rider episode 93 - 8 Kamen Riders
- Kamen Rider episode 94 - The True Identity of the Gel-Shocker Leader
- Kamen Rider episode 95 - Monster Garaox's Sky-Flying Car
- Kamen Rider episode 96 - Takeshi Hongo, Cactus Monster Exposed!?
- Kamen Rider episode 97 - Takeshi Hongo, Transformation Impossible (as Hiruchameleon only)
- Kamen Rider episode 98 - Gel-Shocker Annihilated! The End of the Leader!!
- Kamen Rider V3 episode 27 - Zol, Death, Hell & Black Rise from the Grave
- Kamen Rider V3 episode 28 - The Five Commandants' All-Out Attack!!
- Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010 (as Hiruchameleon only)
- OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders
- Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai (as Hiruchameleon only)
- Super Hero Taisen GP