History Series / ReturnOfUltraman

17th Oct '17 8:04:12 AM GojiBiscuits
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Suddenly, an Ultra warrior appears that looks similar to the original Ultraman, which leads people to believe that the original has returned to help Earth. In reality, this Ultra warrior's containment suit has some subtle differences, and is a whole new Ultra, whose name is Jack, which is unbeknownst to everyone. The Japanese public and M.A.T. simply call him "Ultraman" or "New Man".

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Suddenly, an Ultra warrior appears that who looks similar to the original Ultraman, which leads people to believe that the original has returned to help Earth. In reality, this Ultra warrior's containment suit warrior has some subtle differences, and is a whole new Ultra, whose arrived on Earth for the first time. His name is Jack, which is unbeknownst to everyone. The Japanese public and M.A.T. simply call him "Ultraman" or "New Man".
1st Feb '17 7:25:37 AM n3xus
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''Return of Ultraman'' (1971) is the third (fourth, if you count ''Ultra Fight'') entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Creator/EijiTsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental ''Series/UltraSeven'' and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.

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''Return of Ultraman'' (1971) is the third (fourth, fourth (fifth, if you count ''Ultra Fight'') entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Creator/EijiTsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental ''Series/UltraSeven'' and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.
21st Apr '16 9:33:00 PM Godzillawolf
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* ArtifactTitle: This is a different Ultraman. The title alludes to the original show, whose main character was originally supposed to return to Earth. Though it can be considered similiar to what happened when Miles Morales became the new Spider-Man, New character same title.

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* ArtifactTitle: This is a different Ultraman. The title alludes to the original show, whose main character was originally supposed to return to Earth. Though it can be considered similiar similar to what happened when Miles Morales became the new Spider-Man, New character same title.


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* EldritchAbomination: Vacuumon, a cosmic horror that seems more like a living mass of darkness than a monster. It [[PlanetEater roams the universe, devouring every planet in its path]]].
27th Mar '16 2:35:50 PM nebulam7-8
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* ArtifactTitle: This is a different Ultraman. The title alludes to the original show, whose main character was originally supposed to return to Earth.

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* ArtifactTitle: This is a different Ultraman. The title alludes to the original show, whose main character was originally supposed to return to Earth. Though it can be considered similiar to what happened when Miles Morales became the new Spider-Man, New character same title.
13th Dec '15 10:05:41 AM Prfnoff
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Although not actually tonally darker than Ultraseven, the characters reacted to events around them far more realistically than previous Ultra series.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Although not actually tonally darker than Ultraseven, ''Series/UltraSeven'', the characters reacted to events around them far more realistically than previous Ultra series.



* SpoilerTitle: [[spoiler:"UltraSeven arrives!". Played with in "Ultraman dies at twilight"]]

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* SpoilerTitle: [[spoiler:"UltraSeven [[spoiler:"Series/UltraSeven arrives!". Played with in "Ultraman dies at twilight"]]
13th Dec '15 10:04:42 AM Prfnoff
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'''''Return of Ultraman''''' (1971) is the third (fourth, if you count ''Ultra Fight'') entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Eiji Tsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental UltraSeven and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.

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'''''Return ''Return of Ultraman''''' Ultraman'' (1971) is the third (fourth, if you count ''Ultra Fight'') entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Eiji Tsuburaya's Creator/EijiTsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental UltraSeven ''Series/UltraSeven'' and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.
17th Oct '15 6:23:14 PM Yipeekiyay
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* ArtifactTitle

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* ArtifactTitleArtifactTitle: This is a different Ultraman. The title alludes to the original show, whose main character was originally supposed to return to Earth.



** Gorings
** Bites

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** Gorings
Gorings (King Saurus III)
** BitesBites (many kaijuu)



** Decapitation

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** DecapitationDecapitation (in the latter part of the show)



** Having his Ultra Bracelet turn on him

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** Having his Ultra Bracelet turn on himhim (Episode 31)
24th Jun '15 12:46:32 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BigBadassBirdOfPrey: Tenochtitlus in Episodes 16 & 17, as well as gas-guzzling Bemstar in Ep. 18.
15th Apr '15 7:31:33 PM HomerSimpson
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After a long while of hiatus, the {{toku}}satsu [[Franchise/UltraSeries series]] Ultraman came back in 1971's '''''Return of Ultraman'''''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Eiji Tsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental UltraSeven and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.

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After a long while of hiatus, the {{toku}}satsu [[Franchise/UltraSeries series]] Ultraman came back in 1971's '''''Return of Ultraman'''''.Ultraman''''' (1971) is the third (fourth, if you count ''Ultra Fight'') entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. Created by Tsuburaya Productions, this time the series was spearheaded by Eiji Tsuburaya's son Hajime Tsuburaya, and brought the series back to traditional monster-fighting after the more experimental UltraSeven and into mainstream popularity once again. The show played a big part during {{Toku}}'s transition from movies to television, and a big player during the "Henshin Boom" era launched by Franchise/KamenRider's popularity.
18th Oct '14 11:31:15 PM SmytheOrdo
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Although not actually tonally darker than Ultraseven, the characters reacted to events around them far more realistically than previous Ultra series.
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