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(2004 TV series)
The 18th show in Tsuburaya Productions' ULTRA series. Komon Kazuki is the latest member of TLT, a secret organization that destroy the invading "space beasts".
(1979 TV series)
Jonias (AKA: Joe), a new Ultraman from U-40, merges with young Science Garrison member Chôichirô Hikari to defend the Earth in this, the first-ever animated Ultra Series.
(1971 TV series)
Another being from Nebula M-78, identical to the original Ultraman, combines with car racer-turned-MAT patrol member Hideki Gô, and fights assorted menaces in a frightening new "Age of Monsters."
|4||Urutoraman Gaia (1998 TV series)||7.8/10||21|
(1996 TV series)
A high-tech squadron protects Earth from evil monsters and aliens with the help of a giant super-being named Ultraman Tiga.
|6||Urutoraman Daina (1997 TV series)||7.5/10||11|
|7||Urutoraman zero the movie: Chou kessen! Beriaru ginga teikoku (2010)||"||33|
12-year-old Koichi, who has been separated from his brother Ryunosuke due to his parents' divorce, begins to believe that the new bullet train service will create a miracle when the first trains pass each other at top speed.
Urutoraman: Kûsô tokusatsu shirîzu
(1966 TV series)
A human member of a defense force is given the life and ability to change into a giant super-hero to battle the monsters he encounters.
(1980 TV series)
Ultraman 80, disguised as mild-mannered schoolteacher Takeshi Yamato, defends the Earth from ferocious giant monsters, which are the result of negative energy from human anger.
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|11||Urutoraman Êsu (1972 TV series)||7.2/10||12|
|12||Ultraman: Towards the Future (1990 TV mini-series)||7.0/10||56|
|13||Daikaijû Batoru: Urutora Ginga Densetsu - The Movie (2009)||"||102|
|14||Urutoraman Kosumosu: The First Contact (2001)||6.9/10||28|
|15||Urutoraman Makkusu (2005 TV series)||6.6/10||51|
|16||Urutoraman Tarou (1973 TV series)||"||24|
|17||Daikessen! Chô urutora 8 kyôdai (2008)||"||83|
|18||Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (1993 TV series)||6.3/10||25|
|19||Urutoraman: Kûsô Tokusatsu Shirîzu (1991 video game)||6.2/10||5|
|20||Urutoraman Reo (1974 TV series)||"||15|
|21||Ultraman Mebius (2006 TV series)||6.1/10||27|
|23||Yomigaere! Urutoraman (1996 short)|
|24||Urutoraman M730: Urutora kaijuu batoru gêmu (1993 TV series)|
|25||Urutoraman M730: Shuwacchi! Engurisshu (1994 TV series)|
|26||Urutoraman M715: Urutora hîrô hissatsuwaza daikenkyuu (1991 TV series)|
|27||Urutoraman M730: Urutora kaijuu kougekiwaza daizukan (1992 TV series)|
|28||Urutoraman M730: Urutoraman rando (1996 TV series)|
|29||Urutoraman M715 (1990 TV series)|
|30||Urutoraman M730: Urutora kaijuu dêtabanku (1995 TV series)|
|31||Urutoraman Retsuden (2011 TV series)|
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