Action Level: 4/5
The monster battles get repetitive at times but they always throw something new in.
Romance Level: 4/5
You can't tell it at first, but after G.U.T.S. Into Space, Rena begins to show some
affection for Daigo. I predict that she'll probably get upset when she finds out that Daigo's hiding something from
her. Two romantic couples that I haven't caught onto until I listened to the unaired episodes was Field Commander Munankata
and Captain Iruma and G.U.T.S. Officer Yazumi and Shinjoh's sister.
Comedy Level: 3/5
Most of the comedy of the series falls on Horii's shoulders although the others have
their funny moments.
Adult Level: 3/5
The only adult feature I've seen so far is a woman in a one-piece bathing suit and an
episode that plays like an ancient Japanese play.
Drama Level: 3/5
They can be overdramatic or underdramatic at inappropriate times but at least they exercise
it in the original version.
Overall Level: 4/5
The Japanese re-release version of the show is much better than it was when it aired
on Fox. It's expensive, but if you really want to see a live-action Japanese series for a change, then for over the
32 dollars and get it. The starter box contains an Ultraman T-shirt so that's worth it.