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Darkness and Light
Ultraman Ginga, Episode 10
Trioultra
Air date December 11, 2013
Screenplay by Akira Tanizaki
Directed by Abeyuichi
Viewer Ratings 1.8%
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Darkness and Light (闇と光 Yami to hikari?) is the tenth episode of Ultraman Ginga.

Plot Edit

Continuing from where the previous episode left off, Hikaru thinks about how Misuzu would have felt about her father's actions. He and his friends were then called to a corridor with Seiichiro and the others, where a signboard with the school's virtues written on it is badly damaged. Principal Kyoko Shirai appears to be distraught over this as Hotsuma Raido comforts her.

Super Grand King suddenly appears and Hikaru and Tomoya intercept it with Ultraman Ginga and Jean-Nine respectively. They struggle to hold it back before realizing the person controlling the choju were Alien Nackle and more shockingly, Misuzu Isurugi. Ginga suggests to Hikaru that the best way to save Misuzu is to go and talk directly to her. WIth that, Hikaru uses a technique that transfers him into the mind of Misuzu, the environment of which is a warped version of the school's exterior grounds.

While all this is happening, Ginga is rendered motionless and Jean-Nine has to hold back Super Grand King all by himself. Kenta and Chigusa, with Seiichiro, are worried by the situation. Ultraman Taro appeared and revealed that Misuzu is within Super Grand King, with the darkness in her heart manipulated by Nackle. He even explains that Hikaru is risking his life in an effort to save Misuzu. Seiichiro decides to save Misuzu by himself in an attempt to redeem for his misdeeds, but Kenta and Chigusa state their resolve to aid their friend too. Suddenly, the Ginga Shrine symbol flashes and to Taro's surprise; the three of them receive Ginga Light Sparks. Kenta picks Ultraman Tiga, Chigusa Ultraman, and Seiichiro Ultra Seven as they Ultra Live to assist Jean-Nine.

Meanwhile, Hotsuma leads Principal Kyoko to apparently what used to be her room. It is in an utter mess. He confronts Kyoko about the darkness about her, and pulls back the curtains in the room to reveal the remaining Spark Dolls, much to Kyoko's shock. She then sees the various newspapers articles highlighting the problems with Furoboshi Elementary School. Hotsuma jogs her memory and she remembers that in a trance, she was the one that destroyed the signboard, and that she also picked up the Darkness Spark when the first Ginga Shrine burnt down, allowing Darker Gale to take control of her.

Back to the fight, Seven, Tiga and Ultraman are running out of power faster than expected, and soon Grand King defeats them. A worried Tomoya asks Hikaru to hurry due to the extent of damage Jean Nine has received.

Kyoko starts to lose control as Hotsuma tries to force the Darkness Spark out of her, her arms becoming those of Darker Gale's.

As Ginga's color timer began to flash red, causing the Ultra to fell weak from losing power and Jean-Nine is about to be done for as well, Hikaru finally gets through to Misuzu and they both go back to Ginga. With his color timer then went back to full power, the Ultraman then defeats Super Grand King and Alien Nackle with his Ginga Sunshine mode.

FInally, Hotsuma manages to purge Kyoko of the darkness, leaving both of them exhausted.

Cast Edit

Spark dolls usedEdit

DVD/Blu-Ray ReleaseEdit

Ultraman Ginga Volume 4 features Episodes 10-11.

TriviaEdit

  • Despite Ultra Living into Ultraman, Seven and Tiga later than Hikaru with Ginga, the trio's Color Timers flashed red earlier than Ginga's. The reason for this is unknown.
  • This episode shares a similar plot to the final arc of the Mobile Fighter G Gundam, where one of the female protagonists (Misuzu and Rain) were used and had their negative emotions fueled the antagonists' giant weapon (Devil Gundam and Super Grand King). Eventually, it took the protagonists' (Hikaru and Domon Kasshu) persuasion and declaration of love to break them free from their evil trance and together used the power of love to destroy the antagonists.


Ultraman Ginga
Episodes
Town of Falling Stars | A Midsummer Night's Dream | Two-Headed Flame Beast | The Idol Is Ragon | The Dream Destroyers | The Dream Battle | The Closed World | The Ginga Spark Stolen | The Jet Black Ultra Brothers | Darkness and Light | Your Future

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