Set Price $79.95
Partial Price $8.00 / DVD
Number of DVDs 12 DVDs
Number of Episodes 48 Episodes + Extras
Completed Series Completed
Language Japanese
Subtitle -
Menu Function Japanese Interactive
Source Digitally Remastered

Original Run: October 1, 1967 to September 8, 1968
** Also available in English Dubbed, click here for more info **

"Episode-12 is banned from Japan, thus not included in this DVD Set."
"Episode-12 only available on the English dub version of Ultraseven Set."

At a time when Earth is about to be threatened by sinister aliens and monsters, Agent 340 from Nebula M-78 (the same planet Ultraman came from), who was originally sent to make a map of the Milky Way, decides to stay on Earth, and seeks to protect it. Disguised as a mysterious human named Dan Moroboshi, he is invited by the Terrestrial Defense Force to join its elite branch, the Ultra Garrison, as its sixth member to combat the threats from space. Little do the other 5 members of the Garrison know that whenever the situation becomes hopeless, Dan secretly puts on the Ultra Eye glasses, and becomes his true form of Agent 340, christened by the Garrison as its honorary 7th member, Ultraseven!

Unlike most other Ultramen, Ultraseven does not demonstrate any of the time constraints that plague most of the other heroes of the Ultra Series. On occasion however, the blue/green gem on his forehead would begin blinking in a similar fashion to the Color Timer that the other Ultras had. Ultraseven was not only visually different from the first Ultraman (being mostly red with a removable crest/weapon and more 'boxy'-looking eyes), but often faced numerous moral and ethical dilemmas. On one occasion, he was forced to break a promise Dan had made to a young boy who was undergoing an operation in order to protect the hospital from a monster. On another occasion, he was forced to battle the sole survivor of a small planet that was destroyed by a careless weapons test, making him wonder if he was fighting for a worthy cause. On yet another occasion, as Dan, he desperately tried to contact the inhabitants of a spacefaring city before it was destroyed by the Ultra Garrison, to keep it from crashing into Earth.

Still later, Ultraseven battled a sea monster guarding an underwater city that allegedly contained the original inhabitants of Earth, who were driven undersea by the ancestors of humanity. While he was able to defeat the creature, he hesitated to intervene with an attack by the Ultra Garrison, uncertain of whether or not the city's people had a legitimate greviance. This moment of indecision resulted in the utter destruction of the undersea city and all its inhabitants at the hands of humans. Many years later, this failure to prevent the extinction of a pacifist people would come back to haunt Ultraseven, resulting in his imprisonment as a war criminal. The charge: genocide. While he would later escape and had sympathy from his fellows among the Ultras (notably his close comrades Ultraman, Ultraman Jack, Ultraman Ace, Ultraman Taro and Zoffy), he quickly found he could expect no help as in the eyes of virtually all space-faring civilisations, he was a murderer and protector of a cruel, war-like species.

Taken from Wikipedia - Free Encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraseven


- 12 (one per DVD) Ultra-Appendixs = Interview with production crews
(from producers, character design, musical arranger to suit actors)

- 12 selected Exclusive episodes equipped with 5.1 ch Dolby Surround
Selection of 1967 Mono audio track as hear on TV or Digitally Restored Stereo

- Digitally Restored Visual and Audio (Digitally Remastered) DVD
- Interactive Menu Split Chapters
- Full screen Presentation, NTSC, Aspect Ratio 4 : 3
- Dolby Digital Stereo: Japanese Track
- All / Free / No Regional Coding

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