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Why Nexus is so fucking kino??
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Looks more like za nexto to me.
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>>16677163
Yes, it was The Next. But The Next was also Nexus in his older form before he become Nexus.
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>>16676272
Because of that sweet ass opening.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ran56jY2Zyk
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Ive never really sat down with an Ultraman series before. I do remember seeing some random ass episodes of some attempt to bring it over to English speakers when I was 9 but everything had a strange Australian vibe to it.

What's a good place to get hooked.
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>>16679309
That was Towards the Future, AKA the Australian Ultra Series. If you want a good place to start, a good number of them are on Crunchyroll- I'd try Orb or X of them to start. Otherwise, Tiga is subbed on youtube.
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>>16676272
>kino
stop using that /tv/ meme word you shit for brain
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>>16679406

These are good suggestions. Mebius and Gaia (also on Crunchyroll) are fantastic too.
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>>16679309
The original and Ultraseven are still the best shows overall, but they're all pretty accessible.




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