Ultraman Leo

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4.8
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  • 5 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    The third part of a virtual god-send
    Ultraman Leo, Ultraman Mebius and Ultraman Max on CR is something of a revelation for Ultraman fans who had to rely on fansubs of all three for years. The fact that this is all done with the consent of Tsuburaya Productions itself is even better, showing proof that they are always willing to cross the Pacific given the opportunity. Thank you so much Tsuburaya and Crunchyroll for giving us this ...
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  • 6 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Finally! He arrives!
    24 years...24! I've been waiting 24 years for subtitles to this amazing sci-fi show. I can die happy now. Thanks CR! Now we need Mirrorman and Fireman next, please. Also, Megaloman and Ultraman 80 and...hmm, I think i'll not push my luck lol. Excellent show!
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  • 2 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Classic Showa Era Tokusatsu
    Having watched the original Ultraman series on syndicated UHF television as a kid back in the 70's, nothing makes me happier than watching a hero beat up rubber monsters. Dubbed or subbed tokusatsu is hard to find, with only a handful of fan subbed episodes in circulation, so Crunchyroll offering these series is like a dream come true. Ultraman Leo, in particular, is one of the rarer Ultra ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Fantastic! Ultraman Leo remastered and subtitled!
    Over the years I've seen Ultraman Leo fansubbed and Japanese audio with no subs. While I understand some of the language seeing these official subbed episodes makes me very happy.
    The main problem with this show was that back in the day, the budget was not as great as it was for previous Ultra series and at times the special FX tend to reflect that. However an interesting strength about the ...
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    A tale of the 70's most undeniably radical hero
    Do you enjoy watching Ultraseven? Is Seven your favorite Ultra Brother? Think Dan is a totally radical man?

    If so, this is the series for you. Behold, as your favorite hero Seven is now getting his leg horrifically twisted in a 1:4 battle! As you crawl into a corner and cry, Seven is now dead- oh wait, he's saved by a new guy in town. His name is Leo and he tries to be awesome, with emphasis on ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    I had to wait 40 years for this!
    I grew up on english dubbed orig. Ultraman and few scraps of Ultra 7. Long have I wanted to see the other shows (in orig japanese subbed of course) and Leo didn't disappoint. This one has become my favorite of the Ultras I've now seen (Ultra Q, Ultraman, Ultra 7, Ultraman 80 & Ultraman Mebius). It's darker nature, re-telling of Japanese classics, and flat out trippy episodes make it's low ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    One of the first Japanese deconstructions..
    Nowadays, deconstructions are fairly popular. Many anime, from Evangelion to Madoka have taken this trope.

    Leo is one of the originals. It deconstructs the toku/transforming hero genre as a whole, before deconstructing was cool.

    The biggest drawback is the poor budget, which shows very often. Despite that, the show gives a very realistic vibe. You will cry.

    I wholly suggest ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Way ahead of its time
    It was bold on the part of Tsuburaya to attempt a series like Leo, a deliberate about-face from the light, colorful kiddie fare of Taro. Today, tortured heroes are all the rage. But Leo was one of the first of his kind, a lonely warrior tormented by guilt, grief, and an underlying fear that he isn't up to the task of saving Earth. Grim, gory, and genuinely gripping, Ultraman Leo remains one of the ...
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  • Lost in Translation (2)
    When I saw this on on YouTube, I found out it was Cantonese. I was not happy. It didn't fit with the show. That's what I have against dubs other than the fact I know nothing of Chinese, even though Ultraman Taro does have his own English dub series.
    All we need now for the Ultraman series that's got his Cantonese is Dyna.
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  • Favorite Ultraman so far!
    I recently watched all of Ultraman and Ultra Seven for the first time, and while I overall enjoyed them and could see how they're such highly regarded classics, I don't think they've aged well. They were frequently very repetitive and tedious to sit through, and any attempts to be more serious usually didn't work very well. Ultraman Leo, on the other hand, was fun from start to finish. It's not ...
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