|This article is about a/an spin-off V-Cinema in the Garo franchise.|
|A movie for Garo|
|Release date September 3, 2011|
|Written by Keita Amemiya|
|Directed by Keita Amemiya|
|Order in Continuity|
Garo: Red Requiem
Garo: Soukoku no Maryu
Kiba Gaiden (呀〈KIBA〉 〜暗黒騎士鎧伝〜 Kiba Ankoku Kishi Gaiden?) is a spin-off V-Cinema of the Garo franchise. Produced by Tohokushinsha Film, it was released on September 3, 2011. It was later released on Blu-ray/DVD on September 7, 2011.
The spin-off reveals the whole untold story of Barago/Kiba the Dark Knight. The production began on May 2011.
Actor and musician Masaki Kyomoto reprises his role as psychologist and counselor, Karune Ryuzaki, the disguise for villainous Makai Knight, Barago, who is later taken over by the Dark Makai Knight Kiba, from the original series in a film revealing the character's history as well as the character's actions during the television series prior to his final battle.
Mika Hijii also reprises her role as Kaoru Mitsuki, the female lead of Garo and one of Ryuzaki's patients who Barago intends to use to revive the Horror Messiah. Singer Leah Dizon joins the cast of Kiba Gaiden as the mysterious woman known as Makai Guide Elda who directs Barago towards his goal.
Kaoru Mitsuki wakes up in a black room and her counselor, Karune Ryuzaki, who reveals himself to be actually Barago, and his servant, Makai Guide Elda, appear before her. Barago reveals to Kaoru that he selected her to be the gate for Messiah, the ultimate Horror, to revive. Barago began telling Kaoru about his life with his parents and the sad events with his parents' death.
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- Makai Guide Elda
- Kaoru Mitsuki
- Taiga Saezima
- Barago's father
- Barago's mother
- Shinji's fellow Makai Knights
- Barago (バラゴ Barago?): Masaki Kyomoto (京本政樹 Kyōmoto Masaki?)
- Barago (child): Raima Hiramatsu (平松來馬 Hiramatsu Raima?)
- Makai Guide Elda (魔戒導師エルダ Makai Dōshi Eruda?): Leah Dizon (リア・ディゾン Ria Dizon?)
- Kaoru Mitsuki (御月カオル Mitsuki Kaoru?): Mika Hijii (肘井美佳 Hijii Mika?)
- Barago's mother (バラゴの母 Barago no haha?): Mikoto Inoue (井上美琴 Inoue Mikoto?)
- Storm Knight Bado (風雲騎士バド Fūun Kishi Bado?): Kazuhiko Inoue (井上和彦 Inoue Kazuhiko?)
- Knights (騎士 Kishi?): Shinya Ida (飯田真矢 Īda Shin'ya?), Kokoro Tanaka (たなかこころ Tanaka Kokoro?)
- Dark Knight Kiba (暗黒騎士キバ Ankoku Kishi Kiba?): Makoto Ito (伊藤慎 Itō Makoto?)
- Storm Knight Bado (風雲騎士バド Fūun Kishi Bado?): Sanshiro Wada (和田三四郎 Wada Sanshirō?)
- Golden Knight Garo (黄金騎士・牙狼 Ōgon Kishi Garo?): Atsuya Nakajima (中島厚也 Nakajima Atsuya?)
- Garius (ガリウス Gariusu?): Yasutaka Shirai (白井康貴 Shirai Yasutaka?)
- Blade (ブレイド Bureido?): Hiroaki Shimoo (下尾浩章 Shimoo Hiroaki?)
- "Warrior ~Yami o Kakeru Kiba~" (Warrior 〜闇を駆けるキバ〜 Uōriā ~Yami o Kakeru Kiba~?)
- Lyrics & Composition: Hironobu Kageyama
- Arrangement: Kenichi Sudo
- Artist: Hironobu Kageyama
|TV series||Garo (2005-2006) • Byakuya no Maju (2006) • Makai Senki (2011-2012) • Yami o Terasu Mono (2013) • Makai no Hana (2014) • Gold Storm Sho (2015) • Makai Retsuden (2016)|
|Films/Spin-offs||Red Requiem (2010) • Kiba Gaiden (2011) • Soukoku no Maryu (2013) • Tougen no Fue (2013) • Black Blood (2014) • Gold Storm Sho (2015) • Biku (2015) • Dragon Blood (2016)|
|Anime||Honoo no Kokuin (2014-2015) • Guren no Tsuki (2015-2016) • Divine Flame (2016)|
|Other media||Keita Amemiya • Garo Project • JAM Project • Sansei R&D • Makai Kagekidan • team GAJARI • Golden Knight Garo|
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