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This article is about a series entry (the 25th) in the Ultraman franchise.
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Ultraman Ginga
Number: 25
Number of episodes: 11 + 1 EX
First episode: Town Where Stars Fall
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 a Japanese television series produced by Tsuburaya Productions which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the company and is part of the New Ultraman Retsuden (新ウルトラマン列伝 Shin Urutoraman Retsuden) programming block on TV Tokyo. 

Production

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Plot

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 UltraLive (ウルトライブ Urutoraibu) 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.

Characters

Heroes

Ultraman Ginga Hikaru Raido
Jean-Nine/Killer Tomoya Ichijoji

Allies

Villains

Monsters

Evil Ultras

Supporting Characters

Arsenal

  • to be added

Episodes

Main article: Ultraman Ginga Episodes
  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)

Movies

Spark Doll Theater

In addition to all the episodes in the series, an end segment of the episodes known as "Spark Doll Theater" features Ultraman Taro (still in Spark Doll form) as well as a cast of rotating guest Spark Dolls showcasing the Monsters of their respective episodes (as Spark Dolls to represent them). The segment displayed while tidbits of the Monsters as well as the Spark Dolls' personal take on the Monsters of their respective appearances.

# Spark Doll Appearances Summary
1 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Black King and Thunder Darambia introduce the segment, telling viewers what to expect from it. Ultraman Taro however (who is the guest) only complains that he wants to be big again.
2 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
After Kemur Man introduces himself, he, Black King, and Thunder Darambia try to get information out of Taro on who the mysterious Alien Warrior is... But Taro continues to remains distant, and utlimately uses the Ultra Telekinesis on the Monsters when they start provoking him.
3 Ultraman Taro (cameo)
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
King Pandon
With Ultraman Taro absent from the segement (after certain events,) Black King, Thunder Darambia, and Kemur Man introduce their next guest, King Pandon. who reveals to be twin sisters due to possessing two heads. With one head being polite, while the other head is mean.
4 Ultraman Taro (cameo)
Black King
Thunder Darambia
King Pandon
Ragon
When Black King and Thunder Darambia fantasize over Misuzu's outfit that she wore, King Pandon catches them and calls them perverts. Black King and King Pandon get into a fight, unaware that their new guest, Ragon, is left hanging, unable to introduce herself. Meanwhile, Ultraman Taro still remains trapped.
5 Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
King Pandon
Ragon
The other Spark Dolls are in shock at the appearance of Tiga Dark, wondering how the cast will deal with him due to him being an Ultra instead of a Monster. Black King however decides to lighten the mood by pulling a joke.
6 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
King Pandon
Ragon
With the first half of Ultraman Ginga having concluded, the other Spark Dolls get confused, believing that the show has ended. During the ruckus, Ultraman Taro returns from being kidnapped, only to resume complaining when he'll be big again.
Theater Special Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
King Pandon
Ragon
The Spark Dolls are all asleep during the segment, only to be hastily woken up by Thunder Darambia in order to do their segment. By the time they realize the segment is going on, they're too late to continue it. Ultraman Taro concludes the segment by informing the audience that the Ultraman Ginga show will resume syndication in November.
7 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
Ragon
The Spark Dolls are happy that the series has resumed syndication, but Taro remains uneasy at where the future of the series willl go.
8 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
King Pandon
Ragon
Red King
After Red King introduces himself, he is greeted coldly by Black King and Thunder Darambia, who are jealous of Red King being Spark Lived by Misuzu, only for the two monsters to be scolded by King Pandon and Ragon for being perverts. Meanwhile, Ultraman Taro is fascinated by the fact that Red King was the first monster to be summoned by a Ginga Spark.
9 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
After witnessing Ultraman Dark and Ultraseven Dark being turned back to normal, the other Spark Dolls wonder what Ultraman Taro would look like if he was corrupted, teasing him by giving him the nickname, "Black Taro," to Taro's irritation.
10 Ultraman Taro
Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
Ragon
The Spark Dolls are shocked after learning that Principal Shirai is the true identity of Dark Lugiel
Theater Special 2 Black King
Thunder Darambia
Kemur Man
King Pandon
Ragon
Red King (cameo)
Doragory (cameo)
Mochiron (cameo)
The Spark Dolls are excited to be back once more. Rather than host a segment though, they introduce a Music Video on the Adventures of Ultraman Ginga as a way to hype up the audience for the movie.

Cast

Video Release

  • to be added

Toyline

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Video Games

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Notes

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Official Websites

References

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