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Ultraman Ginga
Number 26
Number of episodes: 11
First episode: Town Where Stars Fall
Last episode: Your Future
Intro: Legend of Galaxy ~Ginga no Hasha~
Original airing: July 10, 2013 - December 18, 2013
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Ultraman Ginga (ウルトラマンギンガ Urutoraman Ginga?) is the twenty-sixth entry of the Ultra Series which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the company and is part of the Shin Ultraman Retsuden programming block on TV Tokyo.[1] A second season titled Ultraman Ginga S has been announced.

PlotEdit

All of the Ultramen and monsters have been turned into figures known as Spark Dolls (スパークドールズ Supāku Dōruzu?) and become scattered throughout the universe. A young man named Hikaru Raidō finds an item called the Ginga Spark (ギンガスパーク Ginga Supāku?) which not only allows him to become Ultraman Ginga, but also allows him to go UltLive (ウルトライブ Urutoraibu?)[2] with the figures to change them to their rightful size and become one with them. Hikaru fights with his friends to uncover the darkness behind the Spark Dolls. Alien Nackle drops a clue that the wielder of darkness resides in their very elementary school.

In the final episode, the master of darkness, Dark Lugiel reveals himself. He destroys the elementary school before proceeding to defeat Ginga. When all hope seems lost, Ultraman Taro regains his true form and rises to fight Dark Lugiel. He manages to revive Ginga before being defeated himself, and Ginga and Lugiel have an intense battle on the moon, ending with Lugiel's defeat. Ginga and Taro say their goodbyes to Hikaru and friends as they leave Earth for their homeland.

CharactersEdit

UltrasEdit

Ultraman Ginga Hikaru Raido
Jean-nine/killer Tomoya Ichijouji

AlliesEdit

Ultraman Taro Ultraman Taro
Father of Ultra Father of Ultra
Mother of Ultra Mother of Ultra

Supporting CharactersEdit

VillainsEdit

MonstersEdit

Evil UltrasEdit

Tiga Dark Tiga Dark
Dark Zagi Dark Zagi
Ultraman Ultraman Dark
Ultraseven Ultraseven Dark
Evil Tiga Keigo Masaki

ArsenalEdit

EpisodesEdit

  1. Town Where Stars Fall (星の降る町 Hoshi no Furu Machi?)
  2. A Midsummer Night's Dream (夏の夜の夢 Natsu no Yoru no Yume?)
  3. The Twin-Headed Flame Beast (双頭の火炎獣 Sōtō no Kaenjū?)
  4. The Idol Is Ragon (アイドルはラゴン Aidoru wa Ragon?)
  5. The Hater of Dreams (夢を憎むもの Yume o Nikumu Mono?)
  6. The Battle for Dreams (夢を懸けた戦い Yume o Kaketa Tatakai?)
  7. The Closed World (閉ざされた世界 Tozasareta Sekai?)
  8. The Stolen Ginga Spark (奪われたギンガスパーク Ubawareta Ginga Supāku?)
  9. The Jet Black Ultra Brothers (漆黒のウルトラ兄弟 Shikkoku no Urutora Kyōdai?)
  10. Darkness and Light (闇と光 Yami to Hikari?)
  11. Your Future (きみの未来 Kimi no Mirai?)

CastEdit

SongsEdit

Opening theme
Ending theme
  • "Starlight"
    • Lyrics & Composition & Arrangement: Mayuko Maruyama (丸山 真由子 Maruyama Mayuko?)
    • Artist: Ultra Bullet Train (ウルトラ超特急 Urutora Chōtokkyū?)
    • Episodes: 1-6, Extra (Verse 1), 7-11 (Verse 2)
Insert theme

ReferencesEdit

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