Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga
Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga (ウルトラマントリガー NEW GENERATION TIGAニュージェネレーションティガ Urutoraman Torigā Nyū Jenerēshon Tiga) is the 31st entry of the Ultraman Series, created by Tsuburaya Productions in commemoration of Ultraman Tiga's 25th anniversary.
- It does a poor job, within the aspect of living up to Ultraman Tiga's legacy as well as executing particular elements from the aforementioned show, Similarly to Ultraman Taiga where it feels much more lackluster and unimportant in comparison to the season it's attributing to
- Kengo Manaka/Ultraman Trigger (while not a terrible character), doesn't have in that much in the way of character development, and while he is using Saki Rouyama's Smile Smile catchphrase in a much better manner, it's still tends to get annoying from time to time.
- The Giants of Darkness, (while not also being awful), don't have that much to offer in the way of being threats, also as mentioned in BQ#1 they do a poor job of living up to the legacy of the original Giants of Darkness,
- Not to mention Carmeara, tends to be unbearable due to her obsession with Trigger.
- GUTS-Select, while they are a decent supporting team, none of them are fleshed out due to not properly exploring their origins and don't even have unique personalities to make up for that matter, thus rendering them as rather bland sometimes.
- Marluru is a short tempered alien
- Himari is a cynical girl but this is when she isn't piloting the GUTS Falcon
- Not to mention Akito Hijiri was initially unlikeable, as supposedly he was supposed to act as a rival towards Kengo, but his arrogant and stubborn nature, could make him look antagonistic towards Kengo, fortunately he does lighten up towards him.
- The 2-Parter Crossover with Ultraman Ribut, is rather lack-luster as not only it didn't contribute to characterizing a single character, it could slightly show that Trigger is somewhat incapable of taking down the threats within his own dimension.
- The second ending theme is not that great, and is rather subpar for an Ultra Series, as it kinda has a feeling of people just talking within an incorporated BGM.
- The Opening Trigger, is a very hype and catchy opening
- The suit designs and action is very well done
- None of the characters are necessarily bad, we even got some great ones like Ignis, and Haruki Natsukawa coming back from Ultrman Z