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* RelationshipVoiceActor: Creator/MamoruMiyano, Creator/YukiOno and Creator/ShintaroAsanuma were previously in Ultra Zero Fight, with the latter had a villainous role. In ''Geed'', the former two reprise their roles and Shintaro gets into a new role, this time as an ally to protagonists.

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* RelationshipVoiceActor: Creator/MamoruMiyano, Creator/YukiOno and Creator/ShintaroAsanuma were previously in Ultra Zero Fight, ''Series/UltraZeroFight'', with the latter had a villainous role. In ''Geed'', the former two reprise their roles and Shintaro gets into a new role, this time as an ally to protagonists.


* FanPreferredCouple: Riku and Laiha, although the latter made it clear that she saw Riku as PlatonicLifePartners.


* RoleReprisal: Kohji Moritsugu return as Ultraseven in episode 1 and Creator/KeiichiNanba returns as Ultraman Hikari in episode 8.

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* RoleReprisal: RoleReprise: Kohji Moritsugu return as Ultraseven in episode 1 and Creator/KeiichiNanba returns as Ultraman Hikari in episode 8.

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* RomanceOnTheSet: Mayu Hasegawa (Moa) and Hideyoshi Iwata (Zena) are married as of 2019.


* TheOtherDarrin: The casting of Creator/NobuyukiHiyama for Ultraman King has lead the Japanese fanbase [[BaseBreakingCharacter divided]] between the forces of: 1) [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Epic and well-deserved]], 2) [[VocalDissonance Too youthful for an old geezer Ultraman]], and 3) [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks Original voice actor—Motomu Kiyokawa is always the best]]. All teams are equally in dissonance of Kiyokawa being physically younger than Hiyama back when he first voiced Ultraman King in ''Series/UltramanLeo'' which was one of the main points of argument.[[note]]As of 2017, Hiyama is now 50 years old, while Kiyokawa back then, was 39 years old when he was hired for the role.[[/note]] [[EnemyMine But all forces agreed on one thing:]] [[AuthorsSavingThrow Hiyama]], though sounded similar, is way better than [[WhatTheHellCastingAgency former prime minister,]] [[Film/MegaMonsterBattleUltraGalaxyLegends Junichiro]] [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junichiro_Koizumi Koizumi.]][[note]]who portrayed Ultraman King in the movie.[[/note]]

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* TheOtherDarrin: The casting of Creator/NobuyukiHiyama for Ultraman King has lead the Japanese fanbase [[BaseBreakingCharacter divided]] between the forces of: 1) [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Epic and well-deserved]], 2) [[VocalDissonance Too youthful for an old geezer Ultraman]], and 3) 2) [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks Original voice actor—Motomu Kiyokawa is always the best]]. All teams are equally in dissonance of Kiyokawa being physically younger than Hiyama back when he first voiced Ultraman King in ''Series/UltramanLeo'' which was one of the main points of argument.[[note]]As of 2017, Hiyama is now 50 years old, while Kiyokawa back then, was 39 years old when he was hired for the role.[[/note]] [[EnemyMine But all forces agreed on one thing:]] [[AuthorsSavingThrow Hiyama]], though sounded similar, is way better than [[WhatTheHellCastingAgency former prime minister,]] [[Film/MegaMonsterBattleUltraGalaxyLegends Junichiro]] [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junichiro_Koizumi Koizumi.]][[note]]who portrayed Ultraman King in the movie.[[/note]]


-->'''Sakamoto:''' "I was also curious on how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."

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-->'''Sakamoto:''' --->'''Sakamoto:''' "I was also curious on how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."

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** In Geed's movie, Jean Bot even mentions that he looks familiar and asks him to do the "Jean Fight" pose.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Geed's Primitive State was originally going to use an entirely different costume. [[spoiler: Said costume was later recycled into Belial's Atrocious form]].

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* SoMyKidsCanWatch: What motivates Otsuichi to write ''Ultraman Geed'' is when his son fanboys ''Series/UltramanX'' back then.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Geed's Primitive State form was originally going to use an entirely different costume. [[spoiler: Said costume was later recycled into Belial's Atrocious form]].


** As to how Director Koichi Sakamoto answered to this subject, he revealed that "he wanted the Geed Riser voice to be based on Ultraman King since the beginning," further revealing his process of "casting the voice of King ''before'' Geed Riser;" So no matter how courtesy (and vulnerable) Hiyama was on this issue, Sakamoto's casting option was ''dead set'' on Hiyama as Ultraman King right from the get go. Sakamoto also stated that "he was curious on how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."

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** As to how Director Koichi Sakamoto answered to this subject, he revealed that "he wanted the Geed Riser voice to be based on Ultraman King since the beginning," further revealing his process of "casting the voice of King ''before'' Geed Riser;" So no matter how courtesy (and vulnerable) Hiyama was on this issue, Sakamoto's casting option was ''dead set'' on Hiyama as Ultraman King right from the get go. Sakamoto
-->'''Sakamoto:''' "I was
also stated that "he was curious on how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."


** As to how Director Koichi Sakamoto answered to this subject, he revealed that "he wanted the Geed Riser voice to be based on Ultraman King since the beginning," further revealing his process of "casting the voice of King ''before'' Geed Riser;" So no matter how courtesy (and vulnerable) Hiyama was on this issue, Sakamoto's casting option was ''dead set'' on Hiyama as Ultraman King right from the get go. Sakamoto also stated that "he had always wondered how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."

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** As to how Director Koichi Sakamoto answered to this subject, he revealed that "he wanted the Geed Riser voice to be based on Ultraman King since the beginning," further revealing his process of "casting the voice of King ''before'' Geed Riser;" So no matter how courtesy (and vulnerable) Hiyama was on this issue, Sakamoto's casting option was ''dead set'' on Hiyama as Ultraman King right from the get go. Sakamoto also stated that "he had always wondered was curious on how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."


** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, ''Ultraman Leo'' was one of his most favorite Ultra Series, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]] To sum up, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck he felt screwed,]] but accepted the challenge anyway.

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** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called lured in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, ''Ultraman Leo'' was one of his most favorite Ultra Series, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]] To sum up, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck he felt screwed,]] but accepted the challenge anyway.


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** As to how Director Koichi Sakamoto answered to this subject, he revealed that "he wanted the Geed Riser voice to be based on Ultraman King since the beginning," further revealing his process of "casting the voice of King ''before'' Geed Riser;" So no matter how courtesy (and vulnerable) Hiyama was on this issue, Sakamoto's casting option was ''dead set'' on Hiyama as Ultraman King right from the get go. Sakamoto also stated that "he had always wondered how Hiyama would sound like if he were to play a collected, [[RoyalBlood regal]] character."


** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, ''Ultraman Leo'' was one of his most favorite Ultra Series, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]] To boil them all down, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck he was not confident.]]

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** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, ''Ultraman Leo'' was one of his most favorite Ultra Series, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]] To boil them all down, sum up, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck he was not confident.]]felt screwed,]] but accepted the challenge anyway.


** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, he was an ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman Leo'' fanboy, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]]

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** According to his interview with a Tokusatsu magazine, Hiyama revealed he was initially called in solely to voice Geed Riser, ''then'' was approached with the offer of playing King. Hiyama also revealed his thought process behind his weariness of darrin the role--first, he was an ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman ''Ultraman Leo'' fanboy, was one of his most favorite Ultra Series, and two, he was keen over his voice to be more than likely [[VocalDissonance not suitable for an old geezer Ultraman despite "being physically fit for the age range."]]"]] To boil them all down, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck he was not confident.]]


** Creator/NobuyukiHiyama revealed he was a fanboy of everything between the ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman Leo''. With ''Return of Ultraman'' being his most beloved; he noted that his mom recalled "the first ever song he learned how to sing was the opening theme of ''Return of Ultraman.'' "

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** Creator/NobuyukiHiyama (Ultraman King / Geed Riser) revealed he was a fanboy of everything between the ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman Leo''. With ''Return of Ultraman'' being his most beloved; he noted that his mom recalled "the first ever song he learned how to sing was the opening theme of ''Return of Ultraman.'' "


** Creator/NobuyukiHiyama revealed he was a fanboy everything between the ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman Leo''. With ''Return of Ultraman'' being his most beloved; he noted that his mom recalled "the first ever song he learned how to sing was the opening theme of ''Return of Ultraman.'' "

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** Creator/NobuyukiHiyama revealed he was a fanboy of everything between the ''Series/ReturnOfUltraman''-to-''Ultraman Leo''. With ''Return of Ultraman'' being his most beloved; he noted that his mom recalled "the first ever song he learned how to sing was the opening theme of ''Return of Ultraman.'' "

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