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One day, a sudden invasion of a virus made up of particles known as the 'Chaos Header' invades the Earth, seeking to possess the monsters to manipulate them to destroy the Earth. Musashi Haruno, a member of Team EYES once again encounters the giant, Ultraman Cosmos after ten years, reuniting as one with a strong will to see the monsters and human live in harmony. Cosmos grants Musashi a special power that will allow him to heal the corrupted monsters, with Musashi's transformation into Cosmos unknown to the rest of the team. Written by
A new take to Ultraman with a lovable cast of characters
First airing in 2001, Ultraman Cosmos takes a new spin on the Ultra series, being one of the only 'Ultramen' to have a goal in saving the monsters/kaiju instead of defeating or killing them.
Musashi Haruno joins a wing of the SRC, known as Team EYES. Together, as a group of six, they take to the skies in well-equipped fighter jets and set out to capture and protect the roaming monsters of the Earth.
Musashi Haruno challenges the ideals of EYES as he shines light on a new perspective- a perspective that is sympathetic to the feelings of the monsters.
Personally, the main thing that really struck out to me in the series was not only the beautifully composed and catchy music (including the opening and ending theme(s) but also how Team EYES has grown and developed from the start of the series to the finish. The tense struggles they push through, the heart-warming moments, the emotional yet touching times all the way to the light-hearted mocking around that take place within the group. These humorous moments almost make the team, instead of mature adults, appear youthful and childish to the point that it just makes you smile and rejoice their happy times through their journey together. I can assure you right now, that there will be at least one, if not several members of EYES that you will warm up and connect to.
These are just some of the small things that makes this particular Earth Defence Force special.
Although some viewing the series today may feel that the CGI and animation wasn't top-notch, I personally believe that it is important to remember that the series was made quite a while ago, before powerful technology was invented for use.
Overall, I give 'Ultraman Cosmos' a 9 out of 10, for its beautifully drawn out characters, music and engaging, friendly storyline that definitely teaches a positive message for all ages- particularly of the younger demographic.
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