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''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese SciFiHorror television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season (actually a direct sequel) to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'' as well as its remake ''[[Series/UltraQDarkFantasy Dark Fantasy]]''.

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''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese SciFiHorror television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions Creator/TsuburayaProductions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season (actually a direct sequel) to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'' as well as its remake ''[[Series/UltraQDarkFantasy Dark Fantasy]]''.



* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around. [[BloodierAndGorier The shows's violence is also much crazier, sometimes.]]

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* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around. [[BloodierAndGorier The shows's violence is also much crazier, sometimes.]]]]
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''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season (actually a direct sequel) to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'' as well as its remake ''[[Series/UltraQDarkFantasy Dark Fantasy]]''.

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''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese SciFiHorror television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season (actually a direct sequel) to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'' as well as its remake ''[[Series/UltraQDarkFantasy Dark Fantasy]]''.


''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'', which began the ''Ultra'' Series.

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''Neo Ultra Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or ''Neo Urutora Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season (actually a direct sequel) to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'', which began the ''Ultra'' Series.
''Series/UltraQ'' as well as its remake ''[[Series/UltraQDarkFantasy Dark Fantasy]]''.



* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around. [[BloodierAndGorier The shows's violence is also much crazier.]]

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* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around. [[BloodierAndGorier The shows's violence is also much crazier.crazier, sometimes.]]


* AlternateContinuity: Sort of. It's separate from most other Ultras featuring Ultramen.

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* AlternateContinuity: Sort of. It's Being a sequel to both ''Series/UltraQ'' and its ''Dark Fantasy'' remake, it's separate from most other Ultras featuring Ultramen.

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* AlternateContinuity: Sort of. It's separate from most other Ultras featuring Ultramen.


* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around.

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* DenserAndWackier: Downplayed. Despite retaining its horrific and mysterious atmosphere like its two predecessors, ''Neo'' throws in more comedy ingredients this time around. [[BloodierAndGorier The shows's violence is also much crazier.]]


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'''''Neo Ultra Q''''' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or '''''Neo Urutora Kyū''''') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'', which began the ''Ultra'' Series.

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'''''Neo ''Neo Ultra Q''''' Q'' (ネオ・ウルトラQ or '''''Neo ''Neo Urutora Kyū''''') Kyū'') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama ''Series/UltraQ'', which began the ''Ultra'' Series.



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Neo Ultra Q (ネオ・ウルトラQ Neo Urutora Kyū) is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the Franchise/UltraSeries. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama UltraQ, which began the Ultra Series.

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Neo '''''Neo Ultra Q Q''''' (ネオ・ウルトラQ Neo or '''''Neo Urutora Kyū) Kyū''''') is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the Franchise/UltraSeries. ''Franchise/UltraSeries''. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama UltraQ, ''Series/UltraQ'', which began the Ultra ''Ultra'' Series.

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Neo Ultra Q (ネオ・ウルトラQ Neo Urutora Kyū) is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the Franchise/UltraSeries. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama UltraQ, which began the Ultra Series.

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* Jin Haibara (played by Seiichi Tanabe)
* Emiko Watarase (played by Rin Takanashi)
* Shohei Shiroyama (played by Hiroyuki Onoue)
* Professor Yashima (played by Masahiko Shimada; episode 1)
* Associate Professor Tenge (played by Aoi Tatsumi; episode 1)
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