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Fate/Zero’s Kiritsugu As Kamen Rider

May 14, 2012 @ 5:34 CDT

Type-Moon’s merciless humor continues as the script cover art of Fate/Zero’s cruelly hypocritical and painfully ironic 19th episode shows a Kamen Rider Kiritsugu bracing himself for pain of the greater good.

Kiritsugu is strapped to a diabolical device, yelling for his life at the top of his lungs whilst wearing his Kamen Rider cosplay – as all the while, the mother of his whom he murdered stands atop him in scrubs, hands both gloved, and with a slight smile that seems more so sadistic than well-meaning.

1 Comment

  • Hawkward says:

    Love the humous xD I wonder if there’s scams of these out and about.
    Also, Kiritsugu really reminds me of dead fish. It just clicked last episode.

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