Mechanical Violator Hakaider
A movie for Android Kikaider
Hakaider Title
Release date April 15, 1995
Written by Toshiki Inoue
Directed by Keita Amemiya
Episode Guide
Production Order
Flying At 'Ya, Android Kikaider
The Boy with the Guitar: Kikaider vs. Inazuman

Mechanical Violator Hakaider (人造人間ハカイダー Jinzō Ningen Hakaidā?), is a Japanese tokusatsu film starring Hakaider, Kikaider's deadly rival and anti-hero.


Mechanical Violator Hakaider was released in Japan on April 15, 1995. It was produced by Bandai/Toei and directed by Keita Amemiya. The title character was, of course, from the original Kikaider series. The movie served as one of the entries of the 1995 Toei Super Hero Fair event along with Chouriki Sentai Ohranger: The Movie and the Juukou B-Fighter film.


In the distant future, war and peace walk side by side in the pseudo-utopian place called Jesus Town (formerly Jerusalem), ruled by a handsome, yet cruel seraphim named Gurjev and his android companion, Mikhail, long for total peace. Sealed far from civilization a long time ago is an android, code named Hakaider. Since his memory is rusty, he does not know his true purpose. After his fight with Jesus Town bikers, Kaoru and her band of rebel find him. He goes insane yet again and starts to whip the rebels one by one, only to have them killed by more of Gurjev's troops, all except Kaoru. Hakaider then regains his memory, thanks to Kaoru, whom he starts taking a liking to and promises to free Jesus Town from Gurjev and Mikhail.

Hakaider Ryo


Video game sequel

A shooting action/adventure video game was produced on December 27, 1996 for the Sega Saturn called Mechanical Violator Hakaider: Last Judgement.

The in-game story, written by Toshiki Inoue, takes place 10 years after the film and is considered an official sequel.

Director's Cut

The complete version of Mechanical Violator Hakaider was released in 1996.

It was broadcast on Toei Channel in 2014.

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