Blazar #15, "Betwixt Morn and Dusk": Episode 15 is a new take on the same episode of the original Ultraman, a comedy featuring the kaiju Gavadon, which comes to life from a drawing made by children due to cosmic rays. Except this time, the kid who first draws it is Gento's son Jun, who in many ways seems more mature than his father, and certainly more sympathetic toward innocent kaiju. Jun tries to protect Gavadon along with his friends, a brother and sister, and the girl playing the sister is adorably hammy and charming. There's a really cool twist on Blazar's transformation as he comes directly out of the rise sequence into the action. The fight sequence is straight-up comedy as Blazar is unable to do any damage. There's a bit of an homage to the original when Blazar drops Gavadon into a miniature concrete yard; IIRC, the original Gavadon was drawn on the side of a concrete pipe in the yard that was frequently used as a toku location in those days. There's a guest appearance by Taro Suwa, a recognizable actor who's done numerous toku roles, notably the "Piano Man" in one of Kamen Rider Den-O's most poignant episodes.