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* VaguenessIsComing: A lot of Elea's dialogue with Jin comes across as this, since it's obvious she knows much more about what's happening than he does and is withholding the information. [[spoiler:She's keeping the full truth from Jin since, due to his fusion with Ultra Seven, he risks losing his consciousness entirely should he regain his memories.]]

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* VaguenessIsComing: A lot of Elea's dialogue with Jin comes across as this, since it's obvious that she knows much more about what's happening than he does and is withholding the information. [[spoiler:She's keeping the full truth from Jin (her own love interest) since, due to his fusion with Ultra Seven, he risks losing his consciousness entirely should he regain his memories.]]


* OutsideGenreFoe: [[spoiler:Inverted: the universe the series is set in seems to be a straight CosmicHorrorStory...then the Grakyess decided to try invading another universe, which turned out to be the Showa timeline and Ultraseven followed them back. It's rather clear they and other aliens in their universe are ill-prepared to deal with a giant Tokusatsu superhero.]]

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* OutsideGenreFoe: [[spoiler:Inverted: the universe the series is set in seems to be a straight CosmicHorrorStory... then it is revealed that before the series even began, the Grakyess decided to try invading another universe, which turned out to be the Showa Ultraman timeline and Ultraseven followed them back. It's rather clear they and other aliens in their universe are ill-prepared to deal with a giant Tokusatsu superhero.]]


* {{Foreshadowing}}: In the sixth episode, the bartender at the bar Jin is visiting asks him to bring his girlfriend sometime. Jin replies that he doesn't have one. [[spoiler:He does. It's Elea.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In the sixth episode, the bartender at the bar Jin is visiting asks him to bring his girlfriend sometime. Jin replies that he doesn't have one. [[spoiler:He [[spoiler:In actuality, he does. It's Elea. Jin just doesn't remember due to the nature of his fusion with Seven.]]

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Sci-Fi Japan has a series guide [[http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2007/12/22/ultraseven-x-series-guide/ here]].


* BreatherEpisode: One episode has a non-malicious spacefaring alien, [[LastOfHisKind the final living member of its species]], who attaches itself to Jin's space otaku friend to take him with it into space as a companion. This is the only episode where absolutely no one gets harmed. In fact, Jin turned into Seven [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming just to give them a proper sendoff into space.]]

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* BreatherEpisode: One episode has a non-malicious spacefaring alien, [[LastOfHisKind the final living member of its species]], who attaches itself to Jin's space otaku friend to take him with it into space as a companion. This is the only episode where absolutely no one gets harmed. In fact, Jin turned into Seven [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming just to give them a proper sendoff into space.]]

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* DramaPreservingHandicap: [[spoiler:When Ultraseven fully awakens and mops the floor with the Grakyess in a matter of seconds. If he hadn't had to seal his memories for most of the series, he would've been that strong the entire time.]]


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* OutsideGenreFoe: [[spoiler:Inverted: the universe the series is set in seems to be a straight CosmicHorrorStory...then the Grakyess decided to try invading another universe, which turned out to be the Showa timeline and Ultraseven followed them back. It's rather clear they and other aliens in their universe are ill-prepared to deal with a giant Tokusatsu superhero.]]


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* MuggingTheMonster: [[spoiler:The Grakyess attempted to invade the prime universe. Ultra Seven's response is to decide to save ''both'' worlds. It becomes ''very'' apparent during the FinalBattle that the Grakyess never stood a chance, as while three Mecha Grakyess are able to beat Jin as Ultra Seven, the fully awakened Ultra Seven mops the floor with them, then proceeds to end the Grakyess' occupation of Earth in a matter of seconds.]]

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* MuggingTheMonster: [[spoiler:The Grakyess attempted to invade the prime universe. Ultra Seven's response is to decide to save ''both'' worlds. It becomes ''very'' apparent during the FinalBattle that the Grakyess never stood a chance, as while three Mecha Grakyess are able to beat Jin as Ultra Seven, the fully awakened Ultra Seven mops the floor with them, then proceeds to end the Grakyess' occupation of Earth in a matter of seconds.''seconds''.]]

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* FunWithAcronyms: Averted with DEUS.


''Ultra Seven X'' is a 2007 {{toku}}satsu Dirty Martini SpyFiction series produced by Tsuburaya Productions. It is a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the classic ''Series/UltraSeven'' series.

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''Ultra Seven X'' is a 2007 {{toku}}satsu CyberPunk Dirty Martini SpyFiction series produced by Tsuburaya Productions. It is a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the classic ''Series/UltraSeven'' series.


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* CrapsaccharineWorld: It's CyberPunk, after all.

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* MeaningfulName: One MonsterOfTheWeek is named "Beast Man", and he's one scary alien.

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* EnemyMine: All over the place. One episode has civilian delinquents and DEUS agents fighting the murderers.


''Ultra Seven X'' is a 2007 {{toku}}satsu series produced by Tsuburaya Productions. It is a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the classic ''Series/UltraSeven'' series.

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''Ultra Seven X'' is a 2007 {{toku}}satsu Dirty Martini SpyFiction series produced by Tsuburaya Productions. It is a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the classic ''Series/UltraSeven'' series.


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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Agent K is a OneLetterName like some other DEUS agents, but is he really named Kei like it was pronounced?


* AdaptationalBadass / ArtEvolution: The Ultra Seven X was given a edgier, sleekier and more-muscular [[{{Heel}} heel-wrestler]] appearance, compared to his original counterparts.

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* AdaptationalBadass / ArtEvolution: The Ultra Seven X was given a an edgier, sleekier and more-muscular [[{{Heel}} heel-wrestler]] appearance, appearance (similar to ones in Japanese ''puroresu''), compared to his original counterparts.


* AdaptionalBadass / ArtEvolution: The Ultra Seven X was given a edgier, sleekier and more-muscular [[{{Heel}} heel-wrestler]] appearance, compared to his original counterparts.

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* AdaptionalBadass AdaptationalBadass / ArtEvolution: The Ultra Seven X was given a edgier, sleekier and more-muscular [[{{Heel}} heel-wrestler]] appearance, compared to his original counterparts.

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