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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.
Daikaijû Batoru: Urutora Ginga Densetsu - The Movie
Ultraman and his comrades from M-78 (including a new Ultraman, Zero, the son of Ultra Seven) join forces with other allies to fight a massive army of giant monsters led by the evil Ultraman Belial.
(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.
Daikessen! Chô urutora 8 kyôdai
Ultraman Moebius is joined once again by Ultraman, Ultra Seven, Ultraman Jack, and Ultraman Ace, as well as three later Ultramen (Tiga, Dyna, and Gaia) to fight more powerful versions of familiar Ultra Monsters.
Ultraman: Towards the Future
(1990 TV mini-series)
Astronaut turned UMA member Jack Shindo transforms into a new Ultraman to defend the Earth.
|8||Urutoraman Makkusu (2005 TV series)||6.6/10||50|
(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".
(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."
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|11||Urutoraman zero the movie: Chou kessen! Beriaru ginga teikoku (2010)||7.0/10||40|
|12||Urutoraman Kosumosu: The First Contact (2001)||6.5/10||31|
|13||Urutoraman Tarou (1973 TV series)||6.8/10||28|
|14||Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (1993 TV series)||6.3/10||26|
|15||Ultraman Mebius (2006 TV series)||"||25|
|16||Urutoraman Gaia (1998 TV series)||7.7/10||24|
|17||Urutoraman Eiteî (1980 TV series)||7.1/10||20|
|18||Urutoraman Reo (1974 TV series)||6.4/10||17|
|19||Urutoraman Daina (1997 TV series)||7.4/10||14|
|20||Urutoraman Êsu (1972 TV series)||7.1/10||"|
|21||Za Urutoraman (1979 TV series)||6.0/10||8|
|22||Urutoraman: Kûsô Tokusatsu Shirîzu (1991 video game)||6.2/10||5|
|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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