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Ultraman Ginga
TV Series information
Episodes 6
Airdate 2014
Languages English
Music By 4Kids Entertainment
Picture format 16:9, 1080p
Opening Theme Ultraman Ginga rap
Studio Tsuburaya Productions
Distributor 4Kids Entertainment


Original Run Unknown

Ultraman Ginga is a TV miniseries, and a dub based on the TV Series in the same name. Similar to their dub of Ultraman Tiga, the series was an affectionate parody of the original. The series was introduced as part of 4Kids' "4Kids 4Ever!" lineup. The tagline of the series is: "When Super is just not enough, Go Ultra."


Join Hikaru and his friend Misuzu, the two friends who were destined to become the guardian of the Ultra Spark. with the guidance of Master Taro (as an Ultra Doll), Hikaru becomes Ultraman Ginga, a legendary Ultraman who stops the evil plans of D. Gale, the villain who was responsible for the Great War, & The actions of becoming every Monster & Ultras into dolls.



  • Hikaru Raido (Portrayed by Negishi Takuya, voiced by Jason Grilith)
  • Misuzu Isurugi (Portrayed by Mio Miyatake, voiced by Bella Hudson)
  • Kenta Watarai (Portrayed by Mizuki Ohno, voiced by Marc Thompson)
  • Chigusa Kuno (Portrayed by Kirara, voiced by Amanda Brown)
  • Tomoya Ichijouji (Portrayed by Takuya Kusakawa, voiced by Marc Diraison)


Italic lines are Hikaru's achieved Ultra Dolls.

  • Ultraman Ginga (voiced by ??? in Ep.6)
  • Master Taro (Voiced by Dan Green)
  • Evil Tiga/Ultraman Tiga


  • Darker Gale
    • Valky
  • Black King
  • Lighting Darambia
  • Kemur
  • Pandon
  • Ragon
  • Doragoris
  • Eleking


  1. Beginning
  2. Kemur, the alien of the night
  3. Pandon, the Fire Bird
  4. Ragon, the fishy idol
  5. Galactic Climax
  6. ???


  • Like the original series & the dub of Tiga, the character's names remain.
  • Tiga Dark's name: Evil Tiga, is derived from the character from the Japanese version of Ultraman Tiga.

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