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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 8:50 pm    Post subject: Ultraman Max Reply with quote

Ultraman Max (2005-2006)



With monsters appearing on Earth the United Nations has created the United Defense Federation (UDF) and the elite monster combat group DASH to deal with the monsters. These shows give too much credit to the worthless United Nations. That pack of socialist dictators wouldn't lift a finger to project ayone but themselves from monsters if such creatures existed. It would be the United States that would lead nations to band together to fight the monsters not the United Nations. The UN would just criticize the USA for not waiting for 15 UN declerations denouncing the invaders.

In the first episode a woman scientist puts forth the absurd theory that monsters are appearing because the Earth is over populated with humans (strange theory to come from a country who's population is shrinking) so nature creates monsters to reduce the human population. Her theory seems to be disproven by the behaivor of the first two monsters, which are more concerned with killing each other than reducing the human population. Also the monsters in the second and fourth episodes are not even from this planet. And the second episode monster isn't interested in destroying humans but in absorbing electricity.

Are the Ultraman hosts getting younger or is it just me getting older? The Ultraman Max host looks like a kid to me. Ultraman Max himself looks like a cross between Ultra Seven (even has a similar blade weapon) and Guyferd. The henshin device, Max Spark, which we first see Touma, Kaito use in episode 2, becomes the armband which Ultraman Max fires his energy weapon from.

Episode 2 reveals that the reason the DASH computer operator/radio operator Elly can type at impossible speeds is that "she" is actually an android. It does not understand humor and sometimes finds its human team mates to be irrational. There is also a human female, Mizuki, on the team and I think she may have a crush on the Ultra's host Touma, Kaito. One male member of the group, Sean White, is not Japanese and occasionaly reverts to speaking English. Sean refers to Touma, Kaito as "samurai boy".

The giant monsters in this series are very inconsiderate, they keep appearing in the middle of the night when everyone at DASH headquaters is asleep, except for Elly of course. The team members showing up in pajamas may have been a little humorous the first time but if it keeps happening its going to get old fast. Of course it would be more realistic if they were hundreds of people operating in shifts that cover different hours rather than just 5 people and an android who make up the entire team. But then Ultraman isn't supposed to be realisitc. There are no giant monsters and giant heroes from M78 in the real world.

I have the first 4 episodes only. I don't know about later episodes but in these 4 Ultraman Max has only the one form.

Episode 1: A young boy spots a monster inside "Dragon Cave". He tries to tell a policeman about the monster but the officer does not believe him (apparently the officer did not get the memo about reporting monster sitings to UDF or DASH). So the boy returns to the cave with a camera to get proof. When the monster appears the police officer won't go to the cave to rescue the boy so a young man, Touma, Kaito, from a relief organization which was handing out food, goes after the boy. The monster from the cave is destroyed by DASH. A second monster which has a freezing breath appears. Then lava from the volcano causes the pieces of the first monster to regenerate the first monster. Now DASH has two monsters on their hands. The monsters fight each other, which would seem to contradict the theory that they're supposed to kill humans. When a female DASH member makes a bad landing, Touma, Kaito who failed in the DASH membership exam tries to pilot her aircraft. As he is about to be killed, an observer from the M78 Nebula recues him and merges with him so that he may aid humans as Ultraman Max (named by Touma, Kaito). Touma, Kaito is accepted into DASH. It would be more interesting if for once the Ultra host did not join the group (ala Jumborg Ace). Touma, Kaito does do something different, he admits to having been saved by the giant of light.

Episode 2: The electricity absorbing monster Eleking appears on Earth. Actually it should be named Elequeen since it laid an egg. Anyway, when the monster is not roaming the city as an electricity absorbing giant its residing in woman's apartment in glass tank. Is the monster the woman's pet or she it's pet? Touma, Kaito becomes Ultraman Max to save Mitzuki and the other woman from a falling building and to deal with the giant monster which has knocked out DASH's power supply. After the monster is destroyed the woman is reuinited with her dog, who's name is Taro.

Episode 3: The same female scientist from episode 1 decides that since Eleking was an alien monster (how does she know?) not an Earth born one and Ultraman Max is an alien (again how does she know), Ultraman Max may not actually be a friend to humans and should be carefully studied whenever it appears. I was shocked she actually said something logical. Of course this suggestion makes Touma, Kaito very angry. He becomes obssesed with proving that Ultraman Max is a hero and puts himself in jeopardy twice trying to force Ultrman Max to "rescue him" proving he's a hero. This offends Max and the Max Spark fails to operate. Mizuki claims she cannot work with him anymore and the DASH commander takes his DASH badge away. After Touma realises that Max doesn't need to prove himself, that he came to Earth to help humans not make himself look good, the Ultra allows the Max Spark to function. The commander and Mizuki were just trying to get Touma to come to his senses and forgive him when he does. The monster in this episode is a flying creature supposedly once worshiped as a bird deity.

Episode 4: A human sized monster which moves very fast abducts Touma and Mizuki and puts them in its flying saucer. This is one of those "you humans are ruining the planet so we're going to take it over" stories. How is it all these aliens know that planet Earth is worth invading but don't know that the inhabitants of M78 have for some reason decided to defend Earth against invaders? Anyhow, when the space ship is shot down the alien giant sizes so Ultrman Max will have a fight scene in this episode. Note: in one early scene the monster dodges laser beams. This is impossible as it would require moving faster than the speed of light (something science fiction writers always fail to realise). Later it forgets how to dodge light weapons.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 1:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Great reviews, I just wanted to point out though that the DASH weapons don't fire lasers, but a type of concentrated particle energy beam much slower than light speed. With lasers, you would not be able to actually see the beam in daylight. And the DASHRIZERS (the blasters) when fired emit a beam that you can actually see coming from the source to the target. Lasers would seem instant to the human eye.

Also, the japanese look to the UN as some kind of respectful institution because the japanese surrendered gracefully in WW2 and started rebuilding, with every intention of putting it all behind them as fast as possible. So following the rules is an important thing to them, as they wish to be seen as allies.

I don't think the USA would front the fight against monsters at an international level in real life because monsters would appear here as well to keep us busy. In the fictional Ultra series the monsters are different each time and have different weaknesses. There would be no "one solution fits all" scheme headed by any nation.

That Elly, whenever I see her I start thinking, dang, we had so much better jinzou ningen technology in the 70s, now everything's gone digital and they can't even give her the kind of neural circuitry Jiro has! It's like a joke in the first Austin Powers movie, where in 1967 Austin can see his boss clearly through the tv receiver in his car. Flashforward to 1997 and his boss's image is totally compressed and pixilated on his mac PowerBook! In one episode Elly starts stuttering due to electromagnetic interference. I guess no one thought of making her magnetically shielded. Either that or she needed more RAM. Boy, was Dr. Komyoji ahead of his time.

Have you noticed that the DASH vehicles are converted Alpha-Romeos? Shocking after the use of Hondas in COSMOS.


The scientist you didn't like was Sakurai Hiroko, the actress who played FUJI in the original Ultraman, 40 years before. The General who is often seen with her is none other than the Hayata actor himself, Korobe Susume.

I think this show has a thing for Gamera. In one later episide, a kid is shown playing with a Gamera doll, pitting it against his friend's Godzilla doll. This episode features the girl who played the psychic teen in the first GAMERA trilogy film. She's older here. A couple episodes earlier (with Pigmon) featured that bumbling Inspector Osako actor from the same trilogy. For no identifiable reason he spends the entire show wearing an Indiana Jones costume. After this, in a somewhat humourous episode featuring a heavy metal band named "BAD SCANNERS", the DASH team fights what is obviously a Gaos from the Gamera series, without the flat-top.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 9:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I saw the first couple of episodes, with English subtitles, last summer during ULTRAMANIA at San Francisco's Castro Theatre, with monster suit maker Shinichi Wakasa and Heisei Ultraman/Monster designer Hiroshi Maruyama in attendance. We had a great time afterwards grabbing dinner with my pal who works for Tsuburaya Productions, Brad Warner. Good times, good times. While in San Francisco, Maruyama spent his down time in his hotel room drafting designs for ULTRAMAN MEBIUS, which he told the audience, is "an Ultraman born in San Francisco!"

There were a couple of Ultra Series where the Ultraman doesn't take a host who is a member of the special response unit, first and foremost is a series that also has him hopping from host to host -- both men and women (the latter attribute like Ultra Seven-21 in ULTRAMAN NEOS), and that series was ULTRAMAN NEXUS (the series before ULTRAMAN MAX). Check out James Ballard's great site all about ULTRAMAN NEXUS, www.ultraman-nexus.com

The first half of ULTRAMAN 80 (1980-81), featured his human form, Takeshi Yamato, as a Junior High School teacher. The second-half of the series, has him leaving his teaching job to join the UGM team... the first half of the series is stronger, but the second-half still has some great episodes.

These series are fantasy shows, so in the world of ULTRAMAN, the UN works... just like Honda aimed for in THE MYSTERIANS (1957) and some of the classic Toho Monster and Science Fiction films of the 1950s and 1960s. Remember, these shows are not based in reality, but fantasy. Emphasis on "fantasy". If the US led the force behind monster countermeasures, why are the Japanese even bothering? This would be a demoralizing aspect, which doesn't work in a Japanese-produced show for a Japanese audience. So, the new world-wide organization is called the UDF -- United Defense Federation, similar to the Terrestial Defense Force featured in ULTRA SEVEN.

Arislan, BTW, the actor's name is Susumu Kurobe/Kurobe Susumu. The reason for all the Gamera references, is that director Shusuke Kaneko -- who helmed the 1990s GAMERA trilogy, directed these episodes! He also worked on several others -- having previously directed the more popular episodes of ULTRA Q: DARK FANTASY (Kaneko's current hit is the film DEATH NOTE (2006), the first of two films is currently doing smashing business at the Japanese box office. Part 2 opens in October http://wwws.warnerbros.co.jp/deathnote/

Another famous movie director who helmed episodes of ULTRAMAN MAX was Takashi Miike, who recently directed the amazing THE GREAT YOKAI WAR (2005) and ZEBRAMAN (2004), and has been set to direct a new DAIMAJIN film scheduled for release in 2008.

This series, along with ULTRAMAN NEOS (2000), is connected with the original Ultra Series universe, and features many classic, but slightly updated, Ultra Monsters throughout, such as Zetton, Baltan, Eleking, Red King, Gomora, Metron, King Joe, Pygmon, etc. This has been continued and solidified with the current series, ULTRAMAN MEBIUS, which is featuring even more classic Ultra Monsters -- and even the original Ultramen actors from ULTRAMAN (1966-67) through ULTRAMAN ACE (1972-73) in the upcoming feature film ULTRAMAN MEBIUS & THE ULTRA BROTHERS. www.ultraman-movie.com

As Stan Lee used to always sign off, "Excelsior!"
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

According to Wikipedia DASH=Defense Action Squad Heroes

I know its fantasy, I said as much in my original message, but that doesn't mean I have to blind to what the UN is really like.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Episode 16 is hilarious!! I just watched it and it was a nice change from episode 15's dark "Ultraman Leo" recycled script.

In episode 16 three meteors hit the Earth and infect cats, turning them into giant beholder-style monsters. The problem is, the monsters are emitting radiation which cause living beings to forget just about everything. Ultraman Max is supposed to be the most intelligent of all Ultramen, so it's hysterical when he starts behaving like an imbecile who can't tell right from left. The way he remembers it cracked me up!

Max is getting better and better. It's taking longer than COSMOS to warm up but it's getting there. One missed opportunity was the Sean character. Since everyone was forgetting everything, I expected him to forget japanese and start speaking english. I'm not sure whether he is aussie or american in the show.

As for Susumu, I actually know that, it's just that I keep forgetting (looks outside for cat monsters). Years of seeing it written wrong will do that. And it's silly because it's the same name as Susumu Kodai's.

A word about Nexus: I think I've watched that up to episode 39 or so and it was always the same host. Maybe he starts jumping hosts in episodes I haven't seen yet. The series is a lot better than the movie Ultraman Next.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kewalaka wrote:
According to Wikipedia DASH=Defense Action Squad Heroes


Sure, it is. But, just to make it clear, I was talking about the UDF, not DASH. The UDF (United Defense Federation) is the worldwide organization that DASH belongs to -- sort of like the relationship between ULTRA SEVEN's Terrestial Defense Force and the Ultra Garrison/Ultra Guard. (My friend at Tsuburaya Productions, Brad Warner, came up with the acronyms for the UDF and DASH, BTW. He did the same for everything from ULTRAMAN ZEARTH to ULTRAMAN MEBIUS.) Okay, we are now all on the same page, ne? Smile

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I know its fantasy, I said as much in my original message, but that doesn't mean I have to blind to what the UN is really like.


Sure, everyone's entitled to an opinion. Let's just try to keep the politics off of this board, please -- we come here to have fun, not discuss the real (and often, ugly) world. Thank you. Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Arislan wrote:
In episode 16 three meteors hit the Earth and infect cats, turning them into giant beholder-style monsters.


That's the first episode directed by Takashi Miike -- it's a classic!

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As for Susumu, I actually know that, it's just that I keep forgetting (looks outside for cat monsters). Years of seeing it written wrong will do that. And it's silly because it's the same name as Susumu Kodai's.


"Saraba Chikyu-yo..."

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A word about Nexus: I think I've watched that up to episode 39 or so and it was always the same host. Maybe he starts jumping hosts in episodes I haven't seen yet. The series is a lot better than the movie Ultraman Next.


Yes it is. But, please check out www.ultraman-nexus.com for more detailed information about the show! Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

August wrote:
Kewalaka wrote:
According to Wikipedia DASH=Defense Action Squad Heroes


Sure, it is. But, just to make it clear, I was talking about the UDF, not DASH. The UDF (United Defense Federation) is the worldwide organization that DASH belongs to


I know that. I wasn't replying to anythingyou said. Just posting something I haden't mentioned before. In case anybody wondered what DASH meant.


I think Wikipedia had Sean listed as American.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No worries, dude; as I said, I was posting it "just in case" anyone got confused over what I was talking about -- UDF vs. DASH. Capice? Mr. Green

BTW, John "Ryuusei Pro" Cassidy did most of the Wiki entries.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 8:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ee, Cassidy has written a lot on that site, ne... But the older Ultra articles, I wonder whether Wayne posted them himself or someone else pasted it from his defunct Absolute Ultraman site. Wayne must be really mad if it wasn't him.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, he could ask them to take it down if he thought that way...
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ultraman Max is a return to the old days, but not really the old old days. we get to see a lot of clasic monsters, here serving only as actors, not being themselves. Max is supposed to be super-intelligent (shades of Ultraseven). But unlike Ultraseven, he binds with a human. He really shouldn't have, for two reasons:

1) He didn't save Kaito from death by binding with him

2) If he is frequently tauted as "the most intelligent of all ultras" then why depend on Kaito, who is no genius? He'd have been better off going the Moroboshi Dan way.

Moroboshi Dan does have a cameo further along, he even gets to pull out his reading glasses in the same way he pulls out the Ultra-eye. No he doesn't henshin into Seven, unfortunately, and he's hiding under an assumed name, working as an archeologist. There is some friendly banter between him and General Tomioka (Hayata from the original ULTRAMAN) about ageing, but that's a far cry from their famous, legendary handshake in RETURN OF ULTRAMAN episode 38.

It's a mistake putting Dan in this and not allowing him to henshin. Moritsugu Koji, the Moroboshi Dan actor, is just so tremendously charismatic that everytime he appears the episode just gets sucked into a void. His screen presence is such that it takes over and he steals every scene he is in. Even Kurobe Susumu, the japanese Marlon Brando, is subdued in comparison (note: Now there's an idea, Hayata as Jor-El...hmmm).

Max has a major problem in that he doesn't use that widely advertised intelligence for pacifying monsters, but for destroying them. Maybe it's this year's flavour. But the best episodes are the ones that have us totally engulfed into Max's character, such as the one where the 3 Comet Cats appear. Max isn't really going to work in a MacGyver context. So let him be a real character, not some Deus Ex Machina that kills a monster in every episode. I think Kaneko and Miike did a wonderful job with their episodes, I eagerly await the final 19. I'd have it earlier if I had bought it from a thai dealer but right now my view is Thailand can go to hell.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the way BANDAI has released official replicas of the DASH uniforms. Unfortunately they sell for like $600 just for the jacket.

I got my eyes (no pun intended) on a TEAM EYES jacket replica at the moment. Dang I wish I was rich! Wink Like my old nemesis Steve Harrison used to say, "I just need more money".
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Arislan wrote:

Moroboshi Dan does have a cameo further along, he even gets to pull out his reading glasses in the same way he pulls out the Ultra-eye. No he doesn't henshin into Seven, unfortunately, and he's hiding under an assumed name, working as an archeologist. There is some friendly banter between him and General Tomioka (Hayata from the original ULTRAMAN) about ageing, but that's a far cry from their famous, legendary handshake in RETURN OF ULTRAMAN episode 38.
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Is he actually Moroboshi Dan or is he actually a different character? I haven't watched it yet, but I've read that in one of the 1999 video specials Ultraseven has to merge with a new UG member to save his life. That would seem to end the existance of Moroboshi Dan, if Seven wants to keep that other guy alive.
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He doesn't get rid of Moroboshi Dan because he IS Moroboshi Dan. Dan is not a host but an altered version of Ultraseven. So he isn't lost even by merging with Kazamori, which he does in the OAV.

You'll see the episode sometime this week, anyway.
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