|SSSS.GRIDMAN, Episode 2|
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Restoration (修・復 Shūfuku) is the second episode of SSSS.GRIDMAN.
Last night's events and the destruction caused by the monster were not even in the news, except for Yuta, as if they were in a situation where things were being reset. After school, Yuta and the others pay a visit to Gridman to investigate the mystery. Listening to the words of Gridman who tells Yuta to fulfill the mission, Yuta began to investigate what changed overnight.
Voice Drama 2.2
This Person Doesn't Go With the Flow (この人、空気に乗らない人 Kono hito, kūki ni noranai hito)
After Dévadadan's attack, Rikka's mother comes back in a rush, so Yuta and Sho have to cover up for both Samurai・Calibur and Gridman.
Voice Drama 2.9
My Orders Are Absolute (私の命令は絶対だからね Watashi no meirei wa zettai dakare ne)
Note: This voice drama was never officially uploaded to YouTube and is exclusively included in Volume 1 of the SSSS.GRIDMAN blu-ray and DVD release.
Akane and Alexis talk about Anti, who had just been newly created. He then gets hungry, so they have to bring him out to eat.
- Yuta Hibiki (響裕太 Hibiki Yūta): Yuya Hirose (広瀬 裕也 Hirose Yūya) (Japanese dub)/Brandon McInnis (Funimation Dub)
- Gridman (グリッドマン Guriddoman): Hikaru Midorikawa (緑川 光 Midorikawa Hikaru) (Japanese dub)/Robert McCollum (Funimation Dub)
- Sho Utsumi (内海 将 Utsumi Shō): Soma Saito (斉藤 壮馬 Saitō Sōma) (Japanese dub)/Greg Ayres (Funimation Dub)
- Rikka Takarada (宝多六花 Takarada Rikka): Yume Miyamoto (宮本 侑芽 Miyamoto Yume) (Japanese dub)/Jill Harris (Funimation Dub)
- Akane Shinjo (新条 アカネ Shinjō Akane): Reina Ueda (上田 麗奈 Ueda Reina) (Japanese dub)/Lindsay Seidel (Funimation Dub)
- Alexis・Kerib (アレクシス・ケリヴ Arekushisu Kerivu): Tetsu Inada (稲田徹 Inada Tetsu) (Japanese dub)/Barry Yandell (Funimation Dub)
- Rikka's Mother (六花ママ Rikka Mama): Mayumi Shintani (新谷真弓 Shintani Mayumi) (Japanese dub)/Anastasia Munoz (Funimation Dub)
- Namiko (なみこ Namiko): Suzuko Mimori (三森 すずこ Mimori Suzuko) (Japanese dub)/Sarah Wiedenheft (Funimation Dub)
- Hass (はっす Hassu): Akari Kito (鬼頭明里 Kitō Akari) (Japanese dub)/Amber Lee Connors (Funimation Dub)
- Samurai・Calibur (サムライ・キャリバー Samurai Kyaribā): Ryosuke Takahashi (高橋良輔 Takahashi Ryōsuke) (Japanese dub)/Ian Sinclair (Funimation Dub)
- Initial Fighter (Last appearance)
- Primal Fighter (First appearance)
- Gridman Calibur (First appearance)
- Many Ultra Kaiju, most prominently those from Ultraman: Towards the Future, Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero, Ultraman Zearth and Ultraman Nexus are seen in Akane's monster shelf.
- Elements of Ultraman Orb episode 2, The King Demon Beast of Earth are as follows:
- Dévadadan's attack and how it destroyed a building is based on the same scene of Maga-Grand King toppling a nearby building on the SSP members. Fortunately for Gridman Alliance, Samurai・Calibur saved them in the nick of time.
- Gridman and Dévadadan's battle parallels Ultraman Orb Spacium Zeperion trying to shoot Maga-Grand King but to no avail and receives a return fire instead, causing both heroes to also hit their limits.
- The debut of Gridman Primal Fighter is similar to Ultraman Orb Hurricane Slash from A Heart That Won't Flee, standing atop a taller building.
- The scene where Gridman appears and stands atop a building, and then comes down with a flying kick is a recreation of a similar move performed in the Dangaioh series.
- Gridman holding and pointing the Gridman Calibur towards the left area of the screen is a homage to the Masami Obari sword pose that is performed in various mecha-genre anime.
- Gridman's Grid Calibur End is delivered in the same way as Fighbird's Flame Sword Charge Up from The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird.
- The names of the five girls who were killed by Ghoulghilas and disappeared are references to toy companies, all of which sell Transformers toys.
|Awakening | Restoration | Defeat | Suspicion | Provocation | Contact | Scheme | Confrontation | Dream | Collapse | Decisive Battle | Awakening (Finale)|