Original Run: October 2, 2004 to June 25, 2005
A radical change from the prior Ultraman Cosmos series, which was
strictly aimed at young children, Ultraman Nexus was the first Ultraman
TV series specifically aimed at adults. The show abandons the
traditional monster-of-the-week stories in order to be replaced with
longer character-based story arcs. The program had intended to be
running during prime time, but the network gave the show a 7:30 AM
Saturday morning slot once Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon ended its 49
episode run. The TV series received weak ratings which were attributed
to the change in style and not being able to have the target demographic
tune in, resulting in the series being cut short from around 50 episodes
down to 37.
The first stage of the Ultra N Project was entitled Noa: Nostalgia. The
project mascot, Ultraman Noa, was a rather radical change design - an
all-silver Ultraman with protruding wings on its back. Ultraman Noa was
mainly used for live stage shows and merchandising. The second stage of
the project was Next: Evolution. This saw the creation of a new
theatrical film, ULTRAMAN THE NEXT. The final stage was Nexus: Trinity -
the piece that ties the entire project together.
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