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Episode 40: Aching Person (痛む人 Itamu Hito) is the fortieth episode of Mashin Sentai Kiramager. It marks the ninth episode of the Kanaema Stones story arc.[1]


In Yodonheim, Carantula was creating a new Jamen Monster, Wire Jamen, who has the ability to freely change themselves into any form they want, as they torment the human minds with darkness, slowly turning them into a Jamen Creature of their own. Using the power of the Illusia Kanaema Stone they stole from the Kiramagers, Yodonheim heads to Earth. Meanwhile, Juru was visiting one of his friends from an art website. His friend's name is Hatasaburo, an adult who is both kind and creative. They both admire each others work as Juru is in awe of the quality of the manga he has written.


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  • It's unclear if Calorie really existed or not. On one hand, when Juru was hanging out with Hatta and Calorie, the other Kiramagers were fighting Wire Jamen roughly the same time, so Wire Jamen would not have known about Calorie or Hatta. On the other, after the giant monster battle, Wire Jamen revealed himself as Calorie to Juru, who got angry by that and figured out he was toying with Hatta's emotions to create a monster. After that scene, Calorie never appeared again, implying it was Wire Jamen all along.


  • As part of Super Hero Time, this episode aired alongside Kamen Rider SaberIcon-crosswiki.png episode 19, Chapter 19: Flame and Light, Sword and Sword.Icon-crosswiki.png
    • Coincidentally, both stories resolve around newly befriended acquaintances of the protagonists, who are then forcefully turned into monsters.
  • Pre-Credits Scene: Yodonna ponders the depowered Kanaema Stone.
  • The title of the episode is a reference to the film The Mourner (悼む人 Itamu Hito), a 2015 Japanese drama film based on a novel of the same name, with the first character being changed.

Good Three The Animation

  • At one point, a poster of Good Three The Animation (グッドスリー THE ANIMATION Guddo Surī Za Animeshon) is seen, revealing that Shiho Ichinose's manga series has received an anime adaption.

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