This article is about a/an movie in Kamen Rider Black.

Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima (仮面ライダーBLACK 鬼ヶ島へ急行せよ Kamen Raidā Burakku Onigashima e Kyūkō seyo) is the first movie edition of Kamen Rider Black released on March 12, 1988 (between ep. 22 and 23) as part of the Toei Manga Matsuri film festival.


An advert for the movie followed the broadcasts of episodes 21 and 22 of Kamen Rider Black, with an offer for 500 pairs of tickets being given away.


Originally known simply as Kamen Rider Black during its theatrical release. Children all over Tokyo mysteriously disappear without warning. Kohtaro suspects that the Gorgom are behind the abductions and follows a suspicious-looking tour bus with kids on it, only to lose its trail off a cliff. With the help of a fisherman (played by Ishinomori himself), Kohtaro travels to a remote island and uses his abilities as Kamen Rider Black to save the kids and foil Gorgom's latest evil scheme.


Kamen Rider Black Kohtaro Minami



  • Shotaro Ishinomori, the creator of Kamen Rider, cameos as a fisherman who escorts Kohtaro to the island by using his boat.

Digital Releases

  • Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima was originally released as VHS on October 21st, 2000.
Kamen Rider The Movie Vol 4

Kamen Rider: The Movie DVD Volume 4 cover.

Rider Movies Volume 2

Kamen Rider: The Movie Volume 2, Blu-ray cover.

  • The Blu-ray Release of Kamen Rider: The Movie Volume 2 features Eight Riders vs. Galaxy King, Kamen Rider Super-1: The Movie, Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima & Kamen Rider Black: Terrifying! The Phantom House of Devil Pass.
Kamen Rider The Movie Blu-ray Box

1972-88 Boxset.

  • Kamen Rider Black: Hurry to Onigashima is included in Kamen Rider: The Movie Blu-ray Box 1972-1988, a Blu-ray compilation boxset of Showa Rider movies.[2]