Hentai Kamen live-action movie set to premiere on TMC this month

Superhero Comedy film is about a High school student who is given Superpowers whenever he wears a Women's Panties on his head.

Filipino-dubbed movie channel Tagalized Movie Channel (TMC) has announced on Friday that the superhero comedy movie Hentai Kamen will premiere on the channel this May.

The live-action film is set to premiere on Sunday, May 21, at 10:00pm.

 

© Keishu Ando / Shueisha, HENTAI KAMEN Production Committee

Kyosuke is a Kempo club member, and as the son of a Detective he always tries to do the right thing. One day he saves pretty girl Aiko from some bullies, they end up liking each other; later that day she needs rescuing again, but on the process of saving her, a pair of women panties slip up on him giving him the ability of using the 100% potential of his body (pumped up by horniness), thus the birth of the ultimate hero HENTAI KAMEN. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)

Hentai Kamen (HK) is the first live-action movie adaptation based on the manga series Kyukyoku!! Hentai Kamen, created by Keishu Ando, which was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from September 1992 to September 1993. The manga has a total of six (6) chapters.

The live-action movie was written and directed by Yuichi Fukuda, who also worked on the live-action drama series Super Salaryman Mr. Saenai. The theme song for the film, “Emotions”, was performed by the band Man with a Mission.

The film is starring Ryohei Suzuki (“Ryu Nakanishi”, Gatchaman live-action) as the lead character “Kyosuke Shikijo” and Fumika Shimuzu as “Aiko Himeno”.

 

Hentai Kamen was premiered on April 6, 2013 in Shinjuku WALD 9 theater, which was then released in Japanese theaters nationwide a week later. The film earned a total gross sales of JP¥101,983,300 (about PHP44.7 million) in 27 different screens nationwide.

The movie was also released in theaters in Taiwan and Singapore, and home video in some European countries.

The second movie adaptation, Hentai Kamen: Abnormal Crisis, is set to premiere in Japanese theaters on Sunday, May 14.

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