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* (Ta)(iga), son of Taro, first Reiwa era Ultra, just as Tiga was the first Ultra of Heisei era.

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* (Ta)(iga), son of Taro, (Ta)ro, first Reiwa era Ultra, just as Tiga T(iga) was the first Ultra of Heisei era.


* Ever wondering why Pirika of all people liked Titas? That's because Titas' predecessor Joneus had a human host back in his anime home series, where he is portrayed as a ChickMagnet due to being portrayed as a NiceGuy.

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* Ever wondering why Pirika of all people liked Titas? That's because Titas' predecessor Joneus had a human host back in his anime home series, where he is portrayed as a ChickMagnet due to being portrayed as a NiceGuy.NiceGuy.
* (Ta)(iga), son of Taro, first Reiwa era Ultra, just as Tiga was the first Ultra of Heisei era.


* This season managed to justify the inclusion of past Ultraman powers when the Tri-Squad are on equal terms with their predecessors: for now, each episode involves the Tri Squad fighting against [[TheJuggernaut Tregear]] or stronger monsters; be it new ones or those from past seasons.

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* This season managed to justify the inclusion of past Ultraman powers when the Tri-Squad are on equal terms with their predecessors: for now, each episode involves the Tri Squad fighting against [[TheJuggernaut Tregear]] or stronger monsters; be it new ones or those from past seasons.seasons.
* Ever wondering why Pirika of all people liked Titas? That's because Titas' predecessor Joneus had a human host back in his anime home series, where he is portrayed as a ChickMagnet due to being portrayed as a NiceGuy.


* Fuma being a ninja Ultraman makes sense when you analyze his point of origin (Planet 0-50 and its home universe) has recurring themes of pseudo-Japanese. One such example is ''Series/UltramanOrbTheOriginSaga'', where Gai and Juggler dresses as space ronin.

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* Fuma being a ninja Ultraman makes sense when you analyze his point of origin (Planet 0-50 and its home universe) has recurring themes of pseudo-Japanese. One such example is ''Series/UltramanOrbTheOriginSaga'', where Gai and Juggler dresses as space ronin.ronin.
* This season managed to justify the inclusion of past Ultraman powers when the Tri-Squad are on equal terms with their predecessors: for now, each episode involves the Tri Squad fighting against [[TheJuggernaut Tregear]] or stronger monsters; be it new ones or those from past seasons.


* Taiga being considered part of the now-defunct New Generation Series actually makes some amount of sense. First off, Taiga is the SpinOffspring to Taro, much like Zero, the founder, is to Ultraseven. The second is the fact that ''Taiga'' being the first in the Reiwa period marks a ''[[IncrediblyLamePun new generation]]'' of Ultra Series viewers.

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* Taiga being considered part of the now-defunct New Generation Series actually makes some amount of sense. First off, Taiga is the SpinOffspring to Taro, much like Zero, the founder, is to Ultraseven. The second is the fact that ''Taiga'' being the first in the Reiwa period marks a ''[[IncrediblyLamePun new generation]]'' of Ultra Series viewers.

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* Taiga being considered part of the now-defunct New Generation Series actually makes some amount of sense. First off, Taiga is the SpinOffspring to Taro, much like Zero, the founder, is to Ultraseven. The second is the fact that ''Taiga'' being the first in the Reiwa period marks a ''[[IncrediblyLamePun new generation]]'' of Ultra Series viewers.
* Fuma being a ninja Ultraman makes sense when you analyze his point of origin (Planet 0-50 and its home universe) has recurring themes of pseudo-Japanese. One such example is ''Series/UltramanOrbTheOriginSaga'', where Gai and Juggler dresses as space ronin.

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