|New Century Ultraman Legend|
|Directed by:||Kiyoshi Suzuki|
|Produced by:||Kazuo Tsuburaya|
|Starring:||Toshikazu Fukawa, Hiromi Ono, Kubokanji|
|Music by:||Tatsumi Yano|
|Cinematography:||Shinichi Ooka, Kazuharu Urata|
|Editing by:||Keichi Itagaki, Daisuke Fukunaga|
|Release Date(s)||August 3, 2002|
|Running time||25 minutes|
While the short's story is minimal at best, it is opened with a family watching Ultraman Cosmos: The First Contact. The family engages in activities such as fighting and making aeroplanes, the latter of which warps the boy, Kanchi and his father into their TV, bewildering Kanchi's mother.
Kanchi and his father arrive on a parallel Earth where they find Zaragas sleeping. Kanchi accidentally wakes him, upon which Ultraman appears to fight him. Kanchi and his father assists Ultraman, upon which the giant of light shows his gratitude.
The aeroplane then flys them to another world, where they witness Ultraseven being incapacitated by Alien Guts. Kanchi's father shines a beam of light into Seven's Beam Lamp, giving him energy to break free and defeat Alien Guts.
Kanchenjunga is again flown to another world, where they then witness Ultraman Jack being beaten by Twin Tail and Gudon. Kanchi and his father throws bombs at the monsters, weakening them enough to allow Jack to defeat them.
At this point, the focus is taken off Kanchi while Ultraman Ace, Ultraman Taro, Ultraman Leo, Ultraman 80, Ultraman Joneus, Ultraman Scott, Ultrawoman Beth, Ultraman Chuck, Ultraman Zearth, Ultraman Powered and Ultraman Great's worlds are shown to their respective instrumental theme songs.
The focus once again returns to Kanchi, as he arrives in Ultraman Dyna and Ultraman Tiga's world just in time to see Queen Monera drain Dyna of his power, whereas Tiga arrives to save him. After finishing off Queen Monera, the sky turns dark and both Ultras turn around to see Ultraman Gaia being beaten by King of Mons, upon which they go to assist Gaia. Upon dispatching King of Mons, Kanchi and his father excitedly show their gratitude to the trio.
Lastly, Ultraman Cosmos is shown, where various clips off his battles are shown.
The aeroplane takes Kanchi back to his house, where the sky grows dark and Sky Demon suddenly appears. Kanchi lifts the aeroplane to the sky, which summons every Ultra from the original all the way to Cosmos. Ultraman King and Zoffy immediately take charge and orders the Ultras to engage battle, while Mother of Ultra provides support. The battle cumulates in all the Ultras firing their Specium Rays (even the Ultras who don't possess one) at Sky Demon, dispelling him. Kanchi's family wave to the Ultras, who all proceed to fly off.
Throughout the video, clips of the Ultras dancing are shown around segments, first showing the Showa Ultras, then the Heisei Ultras.
- Ultraman Jack
- Ultraman Ace
- Ultraman Taro
- Ultraman Leo
- Father of Ultra
- Mother of Ultra
- Ultraman King
- Ultraman Nice
- Ultraman Zearth
- Ultraman 80
- Ultraman Great
- Ultraman Powered
- Ultrawoman Beth
- Ultraman Scott
- Ultraman Chuck
- Ultraman Joneus
- Ultraseven 21
- Ultraman Neos
- Ultraman Tiga
- Ultraman Dyna
- Ultraman Gaia
- Ultraman Agul
- Ultraman Justice
- Ultraman Cosmos
- The boy's name can be spelt as either Kaunchi or Kanchi.
- Ultraman Dyna and Tiga's world is taken from the film Ultraman Tiga & Ultraman Dyna: New Generations.
- Ultraman Gaia's world is taken from Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Dyna, & Ultraman Gaia: The Decisive Battle in Hyperspace.
- There are some changes to the Ultras in this short: Ultraman Powered had a different suit and Ultraman Agul has Ultraman Zearth's grunts.
- This short is also the debut of Ultraman Cosmos's Specium Ray.
- This finishing move is also shared among Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Gaia, Ultraman Agul and Ultraman Dyna.