SSSS.Gridman (TV)

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Alternative title:
Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad Gridman
Genres: science fiction
Plot Summary: Yuta Hibiki awakens with amnesia and the ability see things that others cannot. He first encounters a Gridman in the reflection of his friend Rikka Takarada's computer and it tells him to "Remember his calling," but Yuta doesn't understand what this means. Later, in the distance, he sees an extremely large monster but it doesn't move. It's only when Yuta gets to school that the two sightings make sense: a monster attacks and the hero Yuta saw in the computer screen pulls him within the computer and transforms Yuta into a giant hero named Gridman.
Vintage: 2018-10-06
Opening Theme:
#1: "Union" by OxT
Ending Theme:
"youthful beautiful" by Maaya Uchida
Official website:
SSSS.Gridman (Japanese)
Reviews:
SSSS.Gridman (Oct 14, 2018)
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Akira Amemiya
Series Composition: Keiichi Hasegawa
Storyboard:
Akira Amemiya (OP; eps 1-2)
Mayumi Nakamura (ED)
Episode Director:
Makoto Nakazono (ep 2)
Yoshihiro Miyajima (ep 1)
Unit Director:
Akira Amemiya (OP)
Mayumi Nakamura (ED)
Music: Shiro Sagisu
Character Design:
Masaru Sakamoto
Masayuki Gotou (Gridman)
Art Director: Yukihiro Watanabe (Atelier Platz)
Chief Animation Director: Masaru Sakamoto (ep 1)
Animation Director:
Kengo Saitō (ep 1)
Masaru Sakamoto (OP; ep 2)
Mayumi Nakamura (ED; ep 2)
Michelle Sugimoto (ep 2)
Sound Director: Toshiki Kameyama

Alexis Design: Shigeto Koyama
Animation producer: Kazuya Matsumoto
Assist Weapon Design: Tsuyoshi Nonaka
Heroic Chief Animator: Hiroki Mutaguchi
In-Between Animation:
Kazuhiro Takamura (Nakamura Production; ep 2)
Setsuya Tanabe (Nakamura Production; ep 2)
Junk Design: Shōta Sannomiya
Line Producer: Masato Takeuchi
Sub-Character Design: Mayumi Nakamura
Hikaru Midorikawa as Gridman
Reina Ueda as Akane Shinjō
Sōma Saitō as Shō Utsumi
Yume Miyamoto as Rokka Takarada 
Yūya Hirose as Yūta Hibiki

Akari Kitō as Hassu
Aoi Yūki as Borar
Kenichi Suzumura as Mysterious Boy
Mayumi Shintani as Rikka Mama
Ryousuke Takahashi as Samurai Caribar
Suzuko Mimori as Namiko
Tetsu Inada as Alexis Kerib
Japanese companies
2D Design: Graphinica
3D Graphics: Graphinica
Animation Production: Trigger
Art Direction: Atelier PLATZ
Backgrounds:
Atelier PLATZ
Triple A
Editing: Graphinica
Monitor Graphics: Graphinica
Music Production: Pony Canyon
Photography:
Graphinica
MADBOX
Photography Direction: Graphinica
Production: Tsuburaya Productions
special effects: Asura Film
Video Editing: Q-Tec
English cast
English staff
ADR Director: Clifford Chapin
ADR Engineer: Benjamin Tehrani
ADR Script Supervisor: Bonny Clinkenbeard
Lead ADR Engineer: Manuel Aragon
Brandon McInnis as Yuta Hibiki
Greg Ayres as Sho Utsumi
Jill Harris as Rikka Takarada
Lindsay Seidel as Akane Shinjo
Robert McCollum as Gridman

Anastasia Munoz as Rikka's Mom
Barry Yandell as Alexis Kerib
Brandon Potter as Tonkawa's Dad
Dani Chambers as Tonkawa
Howard Wang as Hayakawa
Ian Sinclair as Samurai Calibur
Jad Saxton as Toiko
Jarrod Greene as Onda
Macy Anne Johnson as Marusan
Madeleine Morris as Sayaka
Sarah Wiedenheft as Namiko
Stephen Fu as Mysterious Boy
English companies
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll (US, CA, UK, IE, ZA, AU, NZ, DK, IS, NO and SE)
FUNimation Entertainment (SimulDub™)

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