Ultraman Nice

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Ultraman Nice
GenreTokusatsu
Kaiju
Superhero
Science fiction
Created byTsuburaya Productions
Music byUltyraman Nice by Project DMM
Country of originJapan
Original language(s)Japanese
No. of episodes40
Production
Running timeApprox. 1 mins per episode
Release
Original networkChubu-Nippon Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
Original releaseOctober 20, 1999 – September 28, 2000
Chronology
Preceded byUltraman Gaia
Followed byUltraman Neos

Ultraman Nice (ウルトラマンナイス, Urutoraman Naisu) is a spin-off of the Ultra Series. Produced by Tsuburaya Productions, Ultraman Nice was released in a series of commercials on October 20, 1999, with a total of 40 "episodes".

Plot[edit]

Ultraman Nice arrives from the planet TOY-1 in a series of "infomercials" (1-minute toy commercials) presented during the 1999 Japan reruns of Ultraman Tiga. The 1-minute spots, advertising the wide variety of Bandai Ultraman toys, actually do have a storyline, along with some "surprise guests."

Through the series, Alien Zagon and his cronies Momo Zagon, Tabu Zagon and Blublu Zagon, attacked Earth for the Bandai figures. However, at each attack, Ultraman Nice managed to defeat them and, at the end of the series, the aliens were finally vanquished.

GOKAZOKU[edit]

  • Ginga Yumeboshi (Ultraman Nice)
  • Ikemazu Yumeboshi
  • Kiku Yumeboshi
  • Akemi Yumeboshi
  • Cosmo Yumeboshi
  • Mirai Yumeboshi

Ultraman Nice stats[edit]

  • Height: 50 meters
  • Weight: 44,000 tons
  • Flight Speed: mach 20
  • Running Speed: mach 3
  • Aquatic Speed: mach 1
  • Tunnelling Speed: mach 1.2
  • Home Planet: TOY-1
  • Human Form: Ginga Yumeboshi
  • Transformation Item: Nice Dreamer (the human host eats a bite-sized chocolate candy from inside the container).
  • Weapons:
    • Very Nice Ray: Emitted from his arms in an "X" shape.
    • Nice Blaster: Nice can emit tiny, but powerful energy arrows from his hands.

Cast[edit]

Stunts[edit]