Franchise / Ultraman Zero
Who are you? Zero:
Zero, Ultraman Zero, son of Seven!
Ultraman Zero is the main character of a sub-franchise of the Ultra Series
by Tusburaya Productions, mainly consisting of films. Zero is the son of Ultra Seven
The FilmsMega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends (2009)
Thousands of years ago, the dark Ultra Warrior Belial rebelled against the Land of Light after gaining the power of Reionyx
. Wielding the Giga Battle Nizer, he commanded an army of monsters. Belial was defeated and imprisoned by Ultraman King. Now that Belial is freed, he attacks the Land of Light once again. The Ultras' only hope lie with Rei, the human Reionyx
and Zero, an Ultra warrior said to hold unlimited potential.Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial (2010)
A group of Darklopses
attack the Land of Light. After they are destroyed, it is discovered that they are transmitting energy to a location in another universe. Zero volunteers to investigate and discovers Belial's Galactic Empire.Ultraman Saga (2012)
Following a plea for help, Zero finds himself in yet another universe where almost all humans on Earth have been abducted. He encounters a young pilot named Taiga, who came from the universe of Ultraman Dyna
Direct-to-video side stories, set between the films, have been produced. The first one, entitled Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero
is set between Ultra Galaxy Legends
and Revenge of Belial
. It introduces Darklops as a major enemy. The second side story, Ultraman Zero Gaiden: Killer the Beatstar
, is set between the second and third films.
Ultraman Retsuden (2011- )
A television series in which Zero navigates the viewer through the history of the Ultra Series
. Most episodes are simply previous Ultra Series
episodes or portions of Ultra
films with the only difference being a new opening theme and commentary by Zero at the end and beginning of the episode.
Some episodes of Retsuden
, have an added segment called Ultra Zero Fight
, detailing Ultraman Zero's further adventures.
Ultraman Zero provides examples of the following tropes: