Ultraman Ginga S #1: "Fifty Sho-des of Gudon"

1h 6m | Jun 7, 2021

When Koichi Sakamoto takes the reins for Ultraman Ginga S, the direction changes, but is it for the best? Is Ultraman Victory a worthwhile addition? And what theological connections does Chris make this time? Time to Ultra-smash that play button!

Episodes covered:

  1. “The Power to Open the Way,” Director: Koichi Sakamoto, Writer: Yuji Kobayashi
  2. “Ginga vs. Victory,” Director: Koichi Sakamoto, Writer: Tako Nakano
  3. “The Lone Warrior,” Director: Koichi Sakamoto, Writer: Akio Miyoshi
  4. “The Meaning of Strength,” Director: Yoshikazu Ishii, Writer: Aya Takei
  5. “Friend and Devil,” Director: Yoshikazu Ishii, Writer: Hirotoshi Kobayashi
  6. “The Forgotten Past,” Director: Kyotaka Taguchi, Writer: Hisako Kurosawa
  7. “Activate! Operation Magnewave,” Director: Kiyotaka Taguchi, Writer: Sotaro Hayashi
  8. “Desperate Battle in the Sunrise,” Director: Kiyotaka Taguchi, Writer: Yuji Kobayashi

Where to watch:

Podcast cover artwork: Klenda V

Intro: “Ultraman Theme,” composed by Kunio Miyauchi, arranged by Kweer Kaiju.

Outro: “Promise for the Future,” originally performed by Tasuku Hatanaka, composed by Watanabe Toru, arranged by Arcade Tales.

Theological insight music: “Spark Of Inspiration” by Shane Ivers

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