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A multi-media franchise, several different continuities of Inazuman exist. This page lists the works according to their universe.

Continuities

Toei Tokusatsu Multiverse

The following two continuities, while seemingly distinct, are connected to the Toei MultiverseIcon-crosswiki, in particular the Style Guide/A.R. Worlds, through crossovers with other Toei SuperheroesIcon-crosswiki.

Tokusatsu TV Universe

This continuity consists of the tokusatsu TV series Inazuman (1973-74) and its sequel Inazuman F (1974), featuring Daisuke Ban as an incarnation of Inazuman named Goro Watari.

It is connected to the Toei MultiverseIcon-crosswiki through an appearance by Inazuman alongside the Kikaider Brothers and Zubat in the 2011 Kamen Rider Series crossover film, OOO, Den-O, All Riders: Let's Go Kamen Riders, though its place in continuity itself is complicated by taking place in an explicitly distorted version of the familiar Kamen Rider world's history.

Tokusatsu REBOOT Universe

While not leading his own work, an incarnation of Inazuman named Saburo Kazeta features in the Kamen Rider Series crossover films Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider Wizard & Fourze: Movie War Ultimatum (2012) and Kamen Rider × Super Sentai × Space Sheriff: Super Hero Taisen ZIcon-crosswiki (2013).

Original Manga Universe

This continuity is based on the original Inazuman manga series by creator Shotaro Ishinomori, which ran alongside the aforementioned TV series from 1973 to 1974 while featuring its own incarnations of Inazuman named Saburo Kazeda.

Kikaider Anime Universe

This continuity, though first and foremost part of the Kikaider MultiverseIcon-crosswiki, features a new incarnation of Inazuman who featured in the 2003 OVA special The Boy with the Guitar: Kikaider vs. Inazuman.