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"Great Gathering! New Generation Heroes!"

―Movie tagline

Ultraman Orb The Movie: Let Me Borrow the Power of Bonds! (劇場版ウルトラマンオーブ 絆の力、おかりします!, Gekijōban Urutoraman Ōbu Kizuna no Chikara, Okarishimasu!) is a 2017 Japanese tokusatsu movie set after the series Ultraman Orb.[1] It is Chapter 7 of the Ultraman Orb Chronicle and also celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ultraseven.

The movie was first announced at the annual Ultraman Festival event in 2016.[2] The P-Bandai website later updated that the movie would include Jugglus Juggler's Dark Ring as the key item alongside a Bullton Kaiju Card.[3][4]

The movie can be watched on Sling and Shout.


A few months after the end of the series, Gai returned to the SSP after he was informed by Ultraman Zero, who had aided him in defeating the revived Galactron in Hawaii, that there was a new threat approaching. Whilst going back, Gai met Ultraman X who was briefly separated from his host Daichi after an enemy attack, and remained in the X Devizer. But during that time, Murnau and her forces appeared and captured X to be made as part of her space jewels.


One day, a strange object appeared at the SSP's office, which was revealed to be the X Devizer, a transformation device which inhabited by Ultraman X. Having separated from his host, the Xio personnel Daichi Ozora due to an enemy attack, X sought the help of SSP and Gai (who returned from his wandering activities) in search for his human host but this however brings the threat of a new enemy.

The main villain approached herself as the space witch Murnau with the possession of a Dark Ring that empowers her own strength. With a desire to transform whatever pretty thing she fancies into her personal jewelry collection, she had already captured the Ultra Warriors Ginga and Victory and set her sight on Earth as the main target. Worse enough is the return of Jugglus Juggler who continued his scheming ways from behind the scenes again. With the help of Murnau's alien army, X had finally been captured and added to her jewellery collection.

Now Orb must rescue the new generation Ultra Warriors and master the power of bonds as the battle for Earth has begun.





Voice Actors[]

Suit Actors[]

  • Ultraman Orb:
  • Darebolic: Yoshiki Kuwabara (桑原 義樹, Kuwabara Yoshiki)
  • Alien Gapiya Sadis: Satoru Okabe (岡部 暁, Okabe Satoru)
  • Ultraman Victory: Masahiro Omura (大村 将弘, Ōmura Masahiro)
  • Alien Hipporit Callisto: Wataru Inaniwa (稲庭 渉, Inaniwa Wataru)
  • Alien Guts Doppel: Hiroyuki Arai (新井 宏幸, Arai Hiroyuki)
  • Kazunori Yokoo (横尾 和則, Yokō Kazunori)
  • Kenji Kajikawa (梶川 賢司, Kajikawa Kenji)
  • Satomi Maruta (丸田 聡美, Maruta Satomi)
  • Fumihiko Nemoto (根本 史彦, Nemoto Fumihiko)
  • Norifumi Fukuda (福田 憲文, Fukuda Norifumi)
  • Yuto Nagachi (永地 悠斗, Nagachi Yūto)
  • Ryuta Kusumura (楠村 隆太, Kusumura Ryūta)
  • Hironari Ohkubo (大久保 洸成, Ōkubo Hironari)
  • Daichi Kataoka (片岡 大知, Kataoka Daichi)
  • Yuuhei Sayama (佐山 侑平, Sayama Yūhei)
  • Saori Yonezawa (米澤 早織, Yonezawa Saori)
  • Rino Shimomura (下村 梨乃, Shimomura Rino)


    • Lyrics: MOMO "mocha" N
    • Composition: KID STORM・MUSOH・BASIM
    • Arrangement: KID STORM
    • Artist: Da-iCE

Home Media[]

In addition to the Japanese DVD/Blu-Ray release, Mill Creek Entertainment also released the movie in the USA under the title Let Me Borrow the Power of Bonds!, bundled with the Ultraman Orb series as a single release.[7] They also launched a standalone release of the movie which was initially exclusive to select Walmart stores.[8][9]





  • Two members of the band of that performed the theme song, Da-iCE, voiced aliens in the film as their first voice acting roles.[10]
    • Although the announcement was paired with an image featuring Galmess, Ckalutch, Cicada Woman and Hupnath, they are credited for voicing Alien Serpent and Lecuum.
    • Taiki Kudo also mentioned performing the voice of a Cicada Woman in the announcement.
  • Alien Temperor, Alien Hipporit and Alien Guts were voiced by Japanese comedy trio Jungle Pocket.[10]
  • The five directors of Ultraman Orb, Kiyotaka Taguchi, Yuichi Abe, Ryuichi Ichino, Suguru Tomita and Masayoshi Takesue cameo among the crowd escaping Darebolic, with Taguchi attempting to record the event before they are all crushed by falling debris. They were uncredited for their appearances.

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