Characters: Ultraman Ginga
Ultraman Ginga character sheet
- Played by (Hikaru): Takuya Negishi
The protagonist of the series, Hikaru is The Chosen One of the Ginga Spark a legendary item of the Land of Light, that allows him to Ultra Live into various Monsters and Ultras through the Spark Dolls. He's also the host of Ultraman Ginga, a mysterious Ultra whose Spark Doll resides in the Ginga Spark
- One Head Taller: At 6 feet, (even his actor in real life) Hikaru is basically a head taller than all his friends
- Elemental Powers
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Ginga Saber
- Playing with Fire: Ginga Fireballs
- Shock and Awe: Ginga Thunderbolt
- Healing Hands: Ginga Comfort
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Ginga's light-up panels change color for these moves - blue default, red for fireballs, yellow for thunderbolts, and green for healing. They also turn purple for the Ginga Slash.
- Henshin Hero
- The Hero
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold
- Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
- Played by: Mio Miyatake
- Voiced by: Hiroya Ishimaru
Known as the 6th Ultraman, Taro is an Ultra warrior that fought in earth a long time ago, during the Dark Spark War he alongside his fellow Ultras was turned into a Spark Doll, for reasons unknown he kept his consciousness and some of his powers. Currently the only Spark Doll that Hikaru cannot Ultra Live into.
- Badass in Distress: Tomoya briefly captured him.
- Living Toys
- The Mentor: To Hikaru.
- Psychic Powers: Ultra Psychokinesis.
- Retired Badass
- Sleep Mode Size / Sealed Good in a Can in a sofubi mode.
- Played by: Kirara
- The Cutie
- Green-Eyed Monster: Her jealousy towards Misuzu getting chosen to replace an idol instead of her, leads her to DarkLive into Ragon and attack Ginga. She gets better.
- Idol Singer: Her goal.
- Played by: Mizuki Ohno
- All Love Is Unrequited
- Locked Out of the Loop: Initially and to his frustration, which makes him easy prey for Valkie-seijin.
- Played by: Takuya Kusakawa
A classmate of Hikaru and company, who is known to be quiet and non-social, however he has a strange interest in Hikaru. He's actually Jean-Killer's pilot and an enemy to Hikaru/Ginga.
- Heel-Face Turn: In episode 6 after being defeated by Ginga, and understanding the importance of dreams.
- Lonely Rich Kid
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: In Episode 6, he is given a dream to defeat Ginga. The person giving said dream is Hikaru himself, and it shows, as it becomes the driving force for his Heel-Face Turn.
- The Rival: To Hikaru
Jean-Killer / Jean-Nine
Created by Beatstar as the ultimate anti-Ultraman weapon, Jean-Killer is a robot piloted by Tomoya. Originally a sentient being and an ally of Ultraman Zero, Jean-Killer lost his consciousness and was turned into a Spark Doll during the Dark Spark war. Through the Gunpad, he can return to his original size and be piloted.
- Heel-Face Turn: Alongside Tomoya in episode 6, returning to his heroic name of Jean-Nine.
- Humongous Mecha
- More Dakka: Jean-Killer is loaded with fireweapons.
- Laser Beams
- Jean Cannons
- Jean Buster
- Gunpad: Obtained after becoming Jean-Nine, the Gunpad is not only another weapon to his arsenal, but it also boosts his previous attacks.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning
- Sixth Ranger
- Transforming Mecha: he can transform into the spaceship "Jean-Star"
- Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
- Voiced by: Tatsuya Hashimoto
- Voiced by: Kunji Hirano
- Played by: Kiyotaka Uji
- Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi
- Played by: Moga Mogami
- Voiced by: Horii Kaneko