Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes (ウルトラギャラクシーファイト ニュージェネレーションヒーローズ Urutora Gyarakushī Faito Nyū Jenerēshon Hīrōzu) is an Ultra Fight miniseries. It is a spin-off that acts as a follow-up to Ultraman R/B The Movie: Select! The Crystal of Bond and a prequel to Ultraman Taiga. It was broadcasted exclusively on YouTube in both Japanese and English languages.
Somewhere on a distant planet, X and Geed were defeated by a pair of black Ultramen who bore their likenesses in appearance. At the same time, an old enemy of Taro named Ultra Dark-Killer targeted both Zero and Grigio, forcing Taro to recruit the New Generation Heroes to stop the League of Darkness.
|On an unnamed planet, X and Geed confronted against a pair of black Ultramen who took upon their likenesses in appearance. Through the stolen light powers, the dark counterparts seemingly defeated their rivaling templates.
Meanwhile on Earth, Grigio was practicing her Grigio Shot in order to protect Ayaka City in her brothers' absence, until she found herself in the middle of the fight between Zero and Dark-Killer. The black Ultra banished the two into a portal.
On the Land of Light, the Minato brothers found themselves teleported into the Space Garrison's headquarters from their respective foreign countries and were greeted by Taro and the rest of the five Ultra Brothers.
|Despite the harsh condition in Dark-Killer Zone, Zero and Grigio properly introduce themselves to each others. Hearing the news of their sister's kidnapping, Rosso and Blu flew away before Taro could finish his sentence. Meanwhile, X and Geed Darkness ambushed Ultraman Orb on Planet O-50, the latter proceeds to use both of his lightning related forms.|
|While flying in space, Rosso and Blu were attacked by a mysterious figure and crash-landed on a planet.
On Liquitor, the Planet of Water (水の惑星リクエター Mizu no Wakusei Rikuetā), a lone Ragon becomes a target of a Peguila before Ultraman Ribut interferes and kill the monster with Galaxium Blaster. After having a chat with the grateful Ragon, he received an Ultra Sign from Taro.
Having been defeated, Orb reverted from Hurricane Slash to Orb Origin and the evil Ultras started to drain his light energy. Victory interrupts in the middle of the process and proceed to protect the defenseless Orb.
|Etelgar introduces himself to Rosso and Blu on Penol, the Planet of Rocks (岩の惑星ぺノル Iwa no Wakusei Penoru) as both forces engage on a combat. Ribut appears to bail the brothers under Taro's orders out while reprimanding them for their recklessness.
On O-50, Victory smokescreens the evil knockoff Ultramen with Victorium Burn to cover his and Orb's escape.
Lugiel attempts to dispose the weakened X and Geed in Sundowin, the Planet of Twilight (夕陽の惑星サンダウィン Yūhi no Wakusei Sandauin) before his other self, Ginga, appears.
|With their remaining energy, X and Geed fire their finishers on Dark Lugiel, allowing Ginga and the two to escape.
Noticing that Grigio is slowly weakening, Zero donated some of his energy to her.
On the Land of Light, all New Generation Heroes assembles as they hear Taro's story of Ultra Dark-Killer, preceded by X and Geed's encounter with him that lead to the creation of their evil clones. Dark-Killer's revival now involves resurrecting Dark Lugiel and Etelgar along with him as the Ultras prepare to stop him.
|In the Dark Palace (ダーク宮殿 Dāku Kyūden) of Planet Tenebris (惑星テンネブリス Wakusei Tenneburisu), Dark-Killer creates Orb Darkness with Orb's stolen light and contemplates to use the Darkness copies as his tool in eradicating Ultra Warriors. While Lugiel and Etelgar picked Ginga and Victory as their respective opponents, a red-eyed giant shrouded in blue aura reminds them that they need to complete all the copies of New Generation Heroes. Although Dark-Killer intended to do so, the mystery giant is only interested in both light and darkness as an equal force. Dark-Killer sends his transmission to the Land of Light, where he implores the Ultras to his planet by threatening both Zero and Grigio. Despite knowing full well of the planet's hazardous environment and Dark-Killer's true plan, the New Generation Heroes race towards it while the Ultra Brothers watch from afar, so as the blue giant from his magical space (魔法空間 Mahō Kūkan).|
|X, Orb and Geed left behind to fight their copies whereas Ginga and Victory faced Lugiel and Etelgar in the Dark Palace. In the Dark-Killer Zone, the namesake creator ambushed Rosso and Blu as their energies quickly ran out.|
|Each of the New Generation Heroes fought their respective opponents to the point of using alternate forms of their own. After holding out against Grigio's brothers on his own, Dark-Killer took advantage of Dark-Killer Zone's absorbed light and use it to manifest Zero Darkness.|
New Generation Heroes
- Ultraman Ginga
- Ginga Strium
- Ultraman Victory
- Victory Knight
- Ultraman X
- Gomora Armor
- Eleking Armor
- Bemstar Armor
- Zetton Armor
- Beta Spark Armor
- Ultraman Orb
- Orb Origin
- Spacium Zeperion
- Hurricane Slash
- Thunder Breastar
- Lightning Attacker
- Orb Trinity
- Ultraman Geed
- Solid Burning
- Acro Smasher
- Royal Mega-Master
- Ultimate Final
- Ultraman Rosso
- Ultraman Blu
- Ultraman Ruebe
- Ultrawoman Grigio
- Ultraman Groob
- Ultraman Zero
- Zero Beyond
- Ultraman Taro
- Ultraman Ace
- Ultraman Jack
- Ultraman Ribut
- Ultraman Tregear
League of Darkness
- Ultra Dark-Killer
- Dark Lugiel
- Ultraman X Darkness
- Darkness Gomora Armor
- Ultraman Geed Darkness
- Ultraman Orb Darkness
- Ultraman Zero Darkness
|Ultraman Ginga||Takuya Negishi||Peter Von Gomm|
|Ultraman Victory||Kiyotaka Uji||Michael Jose Rivas-Micoud|
|Ultraman X||Kensuke Takahashi||Mark Stein|
|Ultraman Orb||Hideo Ishiguro||Chris Wells|
|Ultraman Geed||Tatsuomi Hamada||Dario Toda|
|Ultraman Rosso||Yuya Hirata||Jeff Manning|
|Ultramna Blu||Ryosuke Koike||Ryan Drees|
|Ultrawoman Grigio||Arisa Sonohara||Rumiko Varnes|
|Ultraman Zero||Mamoru Miyano||Jack Merluzzi|
|Ultraman Ribut||Wataru Komada||Iain Gibb|
|Ultraman Taro||Hiroya Ishimaru||Bill Sullivan|
|Ultra Dark-Killer||Koichi Toshima||Eric Kelso|
|Dark Lugiel||Tomokazu Sugita||Guy Perryman|
|Etelgar||Tatsuhisa Suzuki||Lyle Carr|
|"Blue Giant"||Yuma Uchida||Michael Rhys|
- Hideyoshi Iwata
- Satoru Okabe
- Yoshiki Kuwabara
- Shinnosuke Ishikawa
- Keita Rikimaru
- Masahiro Omura
- Wataru Inaniwa
- Yuta Nagachi
- Hironari Okubo
- Shouta Yakura
- Hitomi Adachi
- Satomi Maruta
- Director: Koichi Sakamoto
- Screenplay: Junichiro Ashiki
- Dubbing Director: Miguel Rivas-Micoud
- Dubbing Project Managers: Takafumi Takemura, Satomi Suzuki
- Translation Coordinator: Megumi Hirokawa
- This is the first Ultra Fight-esque series to coincide its run with an active Ultra Series instead of recap shows.
- Despite what the Galaxy Fight is stated to be, this show is not the first time an Ultra Series was commercialized for simultaneous worldwide view. The Ultra Fight Victory had its initial airing on YouTube filled with English Subtitles provided by Tsuburaya themselves.
- In a conference for the show, Takuya Negishi jokingly asked Sakamoto for Ginga's evil clone, to which the director replied to appear "in the future". Amusingly enough, Dark Lugiel in Ultraman Ginga S was meant to return as a black-colored Ultraman Ginga rather than Vict Lugiel.
- This is the first Ultra Series media since Ultraman Tiga not to employ the William Winckler Productions as their dubbing voice actors for worldwide viewing. Instead, the dub voice actors were mostly those who worked in Japan and was planned simultaneously with the original Japanese voice-over. Several of the voice actors are also known for their involvements in the English dub of Mega Man X7 and Mega Man ZX Advent.