SSSS.Dynazenon is set in the same world as SSSS.Gridman, which raises interesting questions about the plot.
WARNING: The following contains spoilers for SSSS. Gridman and SSSS.Dynazenon, which are now streaming on Funimation.
The new SSSS.Dynazenon It has been praised for its fantastic first episodes, with many saying that it is laying the groundwork for something great. However, the fact that the show shares a world with SSSS.Gridman many others have speculated that something strange might be afoot. So, here is everything you need to know about it Gridman world and what it could mean to Dynazenone.
SSSS.Gridman it was a reboot of the classic tokusatsu series Denkou Choujin Gridman (located as Gridman the hyper agent) that only lasted a year in the early 1990s. He followed the interdimensional police officer Gridman as he works with a group of children to stop the evil monsters of the computer world.
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SSSS.Gridman follows Yūta Hibiki, a first-year high school student. Yuuta has amnesia and can’t seem to remember anything about himself or his past. One day, Rikka Takarada, another freshman, meets him outside her home, and Yuta feels a strange attraction to an old computer that tells her to remember its purpose. When the kaiju attack the city, Yūta enters the computer and merges with Gridman, allowing the giant robot to fight in the real world. But once the kaiju falls, things get stranger, as no one else can remember the monsters. Meanwhile, anyone killed by a kaiju seems to have been erased from history.
Desperate to get to the bottom of this mystery, Yūta forms the Gridman Alliance with Rikka and another student named Shō Utsumi. However, they soon discover that another group of students, named Neon Genesis Junior High Students, also knows about Gridman. These students are Hyper Agents who are fragments of Gridman. They can become assistive weapons that fuse with the Gridman, giving him new powers and abilities that allow him to fight the kaiju.
The end of the show is something to behold and raises questions about SSSS.Gridman Y SSSS.Dynazenon. Be prepared for spoilers but, as the show progresses, it is revealed that Yuta’s classmate Akane Shinjō is the one creating the monsters, while a being named Alexis Kerib is working with her to bring them to life. It also turns out that this world It is not the real world, but a computer world created by Akane to escape her troubles. Everyone in him is a counterpart to someone in the real world.
In the final episode, Akane and Alexis are defeated, thanks in part to Anti – a monster created by Akane who is trying to atone for what he had done. After this, Akane returns to the real world, Gridman returns to the Hyper World, and Yūta and his friends stay in the Computer World. But post-credits viewers were able to enjoy a live-action segment, which showed Akane waking up in the real world.
This episode also revealed that the ‘SSSS’ part of the name stands for “Special Signature to Save a Soul”, referencing what the Gridman alliance is doing for Akane by allowing her to face her problems in the real world. The final episode also revealed that the show is part of the same continuity as the original. Denkou Choujin Gridman (Although this was not clear because Crunchyroll’s subtitles were slightly skewed).
SSSS.Dynazenon ‘The first few episodes have fans excited about what’s to come. What if SSSS.Gridman is an indication, viewers can quickly discover that not everything is what it seems. Could this other digital world be? If so, are Yuta and her friends here? And will Akane and the live-action world of the post-credits sting reappear? If the new program is as good as SSSS.Gridman, fans are on a wild ride.
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