Neo Ultra Q

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Neo Ultra Q
Format Horror, science fiction, supernatural
Created by Tsuburaya Productions
Directed by Gakuryū Ishii
Yasutomo Nakai
Yu Irie
Kiyotaka Taguchi
Starring Seiichi Tanabe
Rin Takanashi
Hiroyuki Onoue
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 12
Production
Running time 24 minutes (per episode)
Broadcast
Original channel WOWOW
Original airing January 12, 2013 (2013-01-12)
Chronology
Preceded by Ultraman Retsuden

Neo Ultra Q (ネオ・ウルトラQ Neo Urutora Kyū?) is a 2013 Japanese television drama broadcast by WOWOW and produced by Tsuburaya Productions as an entry in the Ultra Series. It is billed as a second season to the 1966 drama Ultra Q,[1][2][3][4][5] which began the Ultra Series. It premiered on January 12, 2013.

Cast[edit]

  • Jin Haibara (南風原 仁 Haibara Jin?, played by Seiichi Tanabe)
  • Emiko Watarase (渡良瀬 絵美子 Watarase Emiko?, played by Rin Takanashi)
  • Shohei Shiroyama (白山 正平 Shiroyama Shōhei?, played by Hiroyuki Onoue)
  • Professor Yashima (屋島教授 Yashima-kyūju?, played by Masahiko Shimada; episode 1)
  • Associate Professor Tenge (丹下准教授 Tenge-junkyūju?, played by Aoi Tatsumi; episode 1)

List of episodes[edit]

  1. Quo Vadis (クォ・ヴァディス Kwo Vadisu?)
  2. Laundry Day (洗濯の日 Sentaku no Hi?)
  3. The Businessman Who Came From the Sky (宇宙(そら)から来たビジネスマン Sora kara Kita Bijinesuman?)
  4. Pandora's Cave (パンドラの穴 Pandora no Ana?)
  5. The Town That Doesn't Speak (言葉のない街 Kotoba no Nai Machi?)
  6. The Extremely Smelly Island (もっとも臭い島 Mottomo Kusai Shima?)
  7. The Iron Shell (鉄の貝 Tetsu no Kai?)
  8. Memories Are Crossing the Planet (思い出は惑星(ほし)を越えて Omoide wa Hoshi o Koete?)
  9. The Tokyo Protocol (東京プロトコル Tōkyō Purotokoru?)
  10. Falmagan and Michiru (ファルマガンとミチル Farumagan to Michiru?)
  11. Algoth Democracy (アルゴス・デモクラシー Arugosu Demokurashī?)
  12. Hominis Dignitati (ホミニス・ディグニターティ Hominisu Digunitāti?)

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