GAMERA -Rebirth- (TV 2023)

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GAMERA -Rebirth-
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Air date September 7, 2023
Directed by Hiroyuki Seshita
Producer(s) Sho Tanaka, Haruki Satomi,
Yukio Haruyama, et al.
Written by Kenta Ihara, Hiroshi Seko,
Tetsuya Yamada, Hiroyuki Seshita
Music by Shuji Katayama
Funded by GAMERA Rebirth Production Committee
Production company ENGI
Channel(s) Netflix
Rating TV-14[1]
Genre(s) Sci-fi, kaiju, anime
Episodes 6[2]
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Gamera, reborn. (ガメラ、復活――。)
„ 

— Tagline

GAMERA -Rebirth- (GAMERA (ガメラ) -Rebirth (リバース)-,   Gamera: Ribāsu) is a 2023 Netflix Original animated kaiju series directed and co-written by Hiroyuki Seshita with Kenta Ihara, Hiroshi Seko, and Tetsuya Yamada. Funded by the GAMERA Rebirth Production Committee (consisting of Kadokawa, Sammy, and Bandai Spirits) and animated by ENGI, it stars the voices of Hisako Kanemoto, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Aki Toyosaki, Subaru Kimura, Mamoru Miyano, and Saori Hayami. The series spans six episodes, roughly 45 minutes each, and features Gamera fighting against five kaiju, marking the character's first major appearance since Gamera the Brave in 2006. It became available to stream worldwide via Netflix on September 7, 2023.

Descriptions

The last summer. Friends. And Kaiju...
In the summer of 1989, Bo[c]o, Joe, and Junichi were in the 6th grade, and in their last summer vacation as elementary school students.
Each of them has vague fears about the future.
Then Brody, the son of the commander of the U.S. forces in Japan, confronts them.
Brody steals the cash the three of them have saved.
Angered, Bo[c]o and his friends devise a plan to get their money back.
Just as they are about to execute their plan, the town is hit by a crisis.
The monster Gyaos suddenly attacks Tokyo.
The four boys are trapped in a town reduced to ruins by Gyaos.
As Gyaos sets its sights on them, a giant monster appears.
Its name is Gamera.
This was the beginning of their "Summer of Kaiju."
The monsters appear one after another. Gamera fights back despite his wounds.
And the boys witness a legend.

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SciFi Japan[3]

In the summer of 1989, four kids in Tokyo witness the emergence of the turtle kaiju Gamera, who bravely stands up against giant human-eating monsters.
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Netflix[1]

Episodes

No. Title
1 "Above Tokyo"
Just as best friends Boco, Joe and Junichi are confronting the bully who took their money, they hear a loud noise coming from the sky.
2 "Under Current"
Brody claims to have some top secret information about where the kaiju threat might be, and he wants to go check it out with his new pals.
3 "Run Silent, Run Deep"
While aboard a high tech Eustace Foundation ship, the kids hear about a kaiju attack on a passenger liner — and they might be the next target.
4 "KILL"
The kids are brought to an island base for further testing, causing a rare rift between Boco and Joe. Meanwhile, James tells Emiko that he wants out.
5 "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress"
The kids have a disturbing vision when Boco touches a piece of Orylium. They realize what Emiko has planned for them — and for Viras.
6 "Childhood's End"
While the military undertakes a top secret mission to save Gamera, Boco sends a message out to Joe. Then suddenly, Gyaos attacks.

Staff

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Assistant director   Keisuke Ide
  • Episode director   Yuichi Ishima
  • Animation director   Koji
  • Sculpting supervisor/director of photography   Mitsunori Kataama
  • Chief engineer   Mitsuru Tanaka
  • Written by   Kenta Ihara, Hiroshi Seko, Tetsuya Yamada, Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Series composition by   Kenta Ihara, Hiroshi Seko, Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Based on a story by   Hiroyuki Seshita
  • Planned by   Takeshi Kikuchi, Daijo Kudo
  • Executive producers   Sho Tanaka, Haruki Satomi, Yukio Haruyama
  • Executive supervisor   Shinichiro Inoue
  • Produced by   Junichiro Tamura, Hiroki Yoshioka, Yutaka Kanamaru, Teruaki Shiraishi, Kenichi Tokumura, Junko Sano
  • Associate producers   Reina Fujisaki, Hiroyuki Sakai, Makiko Kuroiwa
  • Animation producer   Satoshi Ijima
  • Line producer   Kyohei Matsukama
  • Music by   Shuji Katayama
  • Sound director   Yoshikazu Iwanami
  • Opening theme "Natsuake" and ending theme "FLY & DIVE"
    • Performed and arranged by   WANIMA
    • Written and composed by   KENTA
  • Sound director   Yoshikazu Iwanami
  • Production design by   Naoya Tanaka, Ferdinando Patulli
  • Edited by   Aya Hida
  • CG supervisors   Shotaro Hori, Takayuki Sasada, Paulo Motoki
  • Animation supervisors   Masafumi Sekine, Koji, Kazuhiro Higa
  • Rigging supervisor   Yohei Sunamura
  • Environment supervisor   Hazuki Nakamura
  • Effects supervisor   Naoya Miyadai
  • Technical supervisor   Satoshi Hokari
  • Kaiju designer   Kan Takahama
  • Gamera original design by   Katsuhito Ishii
  • Character designer   Atsushi Tamura
  • Mechanical designer   Takehiko Hoashi

English dub

  • Studio   VSI Los Angeles
  • Directed by   Haley Veres
  • Adapted by   Katie Kleve
  • Project managers   Aby Izquierdo, Liam Coballes
  • Production supervisor   Diego Diniz
  • Production assistant   Zach Chaloux
  • Recording by   Pelin Takis
  • Mixing by   Paul Zahnley
  • Edited by   Karla Marroquin

German dub

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Studio   VSI Berlin
  • Directed by   Marco Rosenberg
  • Adapted by   Timo Schouren
  • Translated by   Michael Ebersberger

Spanish dub

  • Studio   VSI Mexico City
  • Directed by   Luis Navarro
  • Translated by   Cesia Estrada
  • Recording by   Miguel Andrade
  • Edited and mixed by   Yaxkin Matos
  • Production assistant   Teté Carmona
  • Project manager   Libertad Márquez
  • Operations manager   José Negrete

French dub

  • Studio   VSI Paris
  • Directed by   Elisa Bourreau
  • Translated by   Ivan Olariaga
  • Recording by   Julien Vidal
  • Mixing by   Amaury Toustou
  • Project manager   Jérômine Lejeune

Hungarian dub

  • Studio   Mafilm Audio
  • Directed by   Gergő Blahó
  • Translated by   János Hanák
  • Sound engineer   Kristóf Mihályfi
  • Edited by   Levente Zsilvölgyi
  • Operations manager   Borbála Cabello-Colini

Polish dub

  • Studio   VSI Warsaw
  • Directed and written by   Malgorzata Lalowska
  • Recording and mixing by   Christopher Grzybowski
  • Production manager   Tatiana Sałek

Portuguese dub

  • Studio   Vox Mundi Audiovisual
  • Directed by   Leticia Quinto
  • Adapted by   Rodson Baldan
  • Translated by   Marvin Silva
  • Recording by   Alessandra Monteiro
  • Mixing by   Felipe Forato

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

Motion capture[4]

  • Risa Oyama   as   Boco
  • Daisuke Onaga   as   Joe
  • Natsuko   as   Junichi
  • Koji Sueyoshi   as   Brody / James Tazaki
  • Ryuto Tsuha   as   Brody / Raymond Osborn
  • Asuka Inoue   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Kazuki Kuramoto   as   Commander Muneatsu Sasaki
  • Natsuko Maeda   as   Major Mio Enatsu
  • Yasushi Murayama   as   Captain Bernie Dawson

English dub

German dub

  • Luisa Wietzorek   as   Boco
  • Tom Sielemann   as   Joe
  • Sarah Tkotsch   as   Junichi
  • Jan Makino   as   Brody
  • Tim Gössler   as   James Tazaki
  • Moira May   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Otto Strecker   as   General Raymond Osborn
  • Cathlen Gawlich   as   Aiko Wada
  • Mathias Kopetzki   as   Commander Muneatsu Sasaki
  • Maria Burghardt   as   Major Mio Enatsu
  • Christin Marquitan   as   Nora Melchiorri
  • Joachim Kaps   as   Atsushi Higashifushimi
  • Jan Andreesen   as   Dario
  • Gerald Schaale   as   Professor Suzuki
  • Dirk Petrick   as   Dr. Matsui
  • Heiko Akrap
  • Christian Olah
  • Linus Drews
  • Florian Clyde
  • Julie Bonas
  • Marco Wittorf
  • Alexander Hauff
  • Peter Sura
  • Felix Spieß
  • Yannik Raiss
  • Christopher Groß
  • Erich Räuker
  • Bernd Egger
  • Otto Strecker
  • Nico Nothnagel

Spanish dub

  • Carlos Siller   as   Boco
  • Eduardo Martínez   as   Joe
  • Fer Navarro   as   Junichi
  • Miguel de León   as   Brody
  • Gerardo García   as   James Tazaki
  • Betzabe Jara   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Adol
  • Adriana Olmedo
  • Ángel Mota
  • Axl Rodríguez
  • Brandon Montor
  • Daniel Paredes
  • Diego Estrada
  • Edwin Hernández
  • Emiliano Montaño
  • Ethien Desco
  • Fernando Moctezuma
  • Guillermo López
  • Ireri Yunuen
  • Jaime Collepardo
  • Javi Sánchez
  • Javier Cortés
  • Jesse Torres
  • José Luis Miranda
  • Lilian Vela Soto
  • Mario Santillán
  • Polly Huerta
  • Sandra Olarra
  • Tati Scheerman
  • Carlos Mireles
  • Daniela Díaz
  • Donaldo Ávila
  • Gamaliel Quintana
  • Óscar Gamboa
  • Stephany Espinosa
  • Victor Ugarte
  • Araceli Espinoza
  • Luis Navarro
  • Oscar Garibay
  • Ditter Ruiz

French dub

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Marie Nonnenmacher   as   Boco
  • Esteban Oertli   as   Joe
  • Alicia Hava   as   Junichi
  • Jean-Stan Du Pac   as   Brody
  • Martin Faliu   as   James Tazaki
  • Mathilde Carmes   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Serge Biavan   as   General Raymond Osborn
  • Élisa Bourreau   as   Aiko Wada
  • Aurélien Raynal   as   Commander Muneatsu Sasaki
  • Loelia Salvador   as   Major Mio Enatsu
  • Julie Jacovella   as   Nora Melchiorri
  • Charles Mendiant   as   Luwig
  • Frédéric Popovic   as   Professor Suzuki
  • Benjamin Gasquet   as   Dr. Matsui
  • Gilduin Tissier
  • Pascal Germain
  • Alex Parreira
  • Bertrand Nadler
  • Fabrice De La Villeherve
  • Antonin Passavy
  • Maxime Hoareau
  • Marytille Lerebours

Hungarian dub

  • Norman Holló-Zsadányi   as   Boco
  • Dávid Gáll   as   Joe
  • Johanna Hegedűs   as   Junichi
  • Boldizsár Kretz   as   Brody
  • Dávid Szatory   as   James Tazaki
  • Dorina Csifó   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Attila Király   as   General Raymond Osborn
  • Katalin Ágoston   as   Aiko Wada
  • Gábor Chován   as   Commander Muneatsu Sasaki
  • Eszter Sipos   as   Major Mio Enatsu
  • István Koncz   as   Anselm Rybrant
  • Gergely Horváth-Töreki   as   Prudencio Fortea
  • Eszter Hámori   as   Nora Melchiorri
  • Péter Jankovics   as   Winston Griffith
  • Csaba Jakab   as   Atsushi Higashifushimi
  • Adrián Király   as   Captain Bernie Dawson
  • Andor Potocsny   as   Luwig
  • Andor Szabó   as   Erkki
  • Bertalan Hám   as   Dario
  • Pál Sztarenki   as   Professor Suzuki
  • Bálint Majorfalvi   as   Dr. Matsui
  • Borbála Cabello-Colini   as   Junichi's mother
  • Noel Kelemen
  • Barnabás Kálmán
  • Nóra Mohácsi
  • Sándor György-Rózsa
  • Péter Bercsényi
  • Zoltán Renácz
  • János Megyeri
  • Tamás Pál
  • Mirkó Bősz
  • Luca Kis-Kovács
  • János Bordás
  • Dániel Lovas
  • Vilmos Papucsek
  • Tibor Pásztor
  • Gyula Mesterházy
  • Gergő Blahó
  • László Bor
  • Péter Fehér
  • Zoltán Kis Horváth
  • Fanni Urbán-Szabó
  • Krisztina Czifra
  • Márton Fehérváry
  • Róbert Harcsik
  • Miklós Sörös
  • László Bartók
  • Roland Bihal
  • Balázs Balda
  • Fanni Farkas
  • Péter Ferenci
  • Bálint Magyar
  • Dániel Hamvas
  • Léna Ruppert
  • Natália Tanka
  • Csaba Tokaji

Polish dub

  • Jakub Szyperski   as   Boco
  • Wojciech Rotowski   as   Joe
  • Małgorzata Gradkowska   as   Junichi
  • Martin Fitch   as   Brody
  • Wojciech Chorąży   as   James Tazaki
  • Marta Dobecka   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Modest Ruciński   as   General Raymond Osborn
  • Julia Chatys   as   Major Mio Enatsu
  • Michał Podsiadło
  • Janusz Wituch
  • Mateusz Weber
  • Tomasz Kozłowicz
  • Ignacy Martusewicz
  • Waldemar Barwiński
  • Krzysztof Rogucki
  • Szymon Roszak
  • Bożena Furczyk
  • Maciej Wyczański
  • Jarosław Domin
  • Joanna Pach-Żbikowska
  • Mateusz Kwiecień

Portuguese dub

  • Enzo Dannemann   as   Boco
  • Caio Quinto   as   Joe
  • Ma Zink   as   Junichi
  • Gustavo Baroli   as   Brody
  • Roberto Garcia   as   James Tazaki
  • Luciana Baroli   as   Emiko Melchiorri
  • Caio Falabella
  • Carlos Silveira
  • Diego Ulacco
  • Enrico Espada
  • Fernando Peron
  • Figueira Junior
  • Gab Romúti
  • Gabriel Martins
  • Leticia Quinto
  • Marisa Matos
  • Mateus Todeschini
  • Melissa Lucena
  • Murilo Lima
  • Nestor Chiesse
  • Ricardo Sawaya
  • Rogerio Viggiani
  • Teca Pinkovai
  • Vinicius Falabella
  • Andre Sauer
  • Gabriel Noya
  • Marco Antonio Abreu
  • Rogerio Cesar
  • Alex Barone
  • Alexandre Cruz
  • Arthur Machado
  • Flora Paulita
  • Guilherme Conradi
  • Ramon Campos

Appearances

Monsters

Weapons, vehicles, races and organizations

Development

GAMERA -Rebirth- was announced on November 17, 2022 (all dates hereafter in JST) through an official website and Twitter account. Few details were provided, except that it would stream globally on Netflix.[5]

In a New Year's tweet on January 1, 2023, the official @gamera_info Twitter alluded to GAMERA -Rebirth- being released in 2023.[6]

On January 30, it was announced that the project would be an animated series consisting of six episodes,[2] as well as that Gamera would battle five kaiju in the series, including Gyaos.[7]

The series' key staff and cast members and animation studio were revealed on February 13.[8][9] A synopsis of the story was released on March 23.[10]

Several announcements were made on March 25 during AnimeJapan 2023: Mamoru Miyano and Saori Hayami were announced as part of the cast, character descriptions were given for the six lead characters,[11] Japanese rock band WANIMA were announced as the opening and ending theme artist,[12] and the series' release date was confirmed to be in 2023.[13]

Marketing

GAMERA -Rebirth-'s announcement was accompanied by two teaser images—one depicting Gamera in silhouette and the other a closeup of his eye[14]—and a brief teaser trailer. The teaser was uploaded to Kadokawa's anime YouTube channel, hinting the project may be animated. Beginning November 21, the teaser images were displayed on the "Shibuya Super Board" billboard on the Tokyu Toyoko train line and the teaser trailer played on the Umeda Bigman billboard in Osaka.[15]

Also included in the announcement was a comment from Heisei Gamera trilogy director Shusuke Kaneko, who expressed his support for the project and stated that he had completed a proposal for his own unrelated Reiwa Gamera project.[16] An S.H. MonsterArts figure of Gamera was teased at the Tamashii Nation 2022 exhibition in Tokyo from November 18 through 20.[15] A "Gamera Newspaper" was also distributed there,[17] teasing a silhouette of Gamera's shell and heavily magnified images of the MonsterArts figure.[18]

On January 30, 2023, another teaser trailer was released[2] along with key art of Gyaos.[7] Heisei Gamera trilogy screenwriter Kazunori Ito also gave a comment of support for the project.[19] Later that day, it was announced that GAMERA -Rebirth- would have a panel on the main stage of AnimeJapan 2023 on March 25 as well as have a presence at the event's Kadokawa booth. The panel would feature the series' four lead voice actors as guests, and a new trailer would be released.[20]

A "kaiju pro wrestling visual" featuring both Gamera and Gyaos was released on February 13. Each new monster that is announced for the series will be added to the art.[21]

A new key visual revealing Jiger was released on March 23.[22][23] Along with the trailer, a teaser visual for Jiger and updated wrestling visual were released during AnimeJapan on March 25.[24] Another Gamera Newspaper was also distributed at the event.[25]

A new key visual revealing Zigra and an updated wrestling visual were released on May 7 at Osaka Comic-Con.[26] Visuals of Guiron were released on June 26.[27][28]

Gallery

Main article: GAMERA -Rebirth-/Gallery.

Alternate titles

  • Gamera: The Rebirth (Gamera: O Renascimento; Brazil)

Novelization and manga

Main articles: Novel: GAMERA -Rebirth- (Part 1), GAMERA -Rebirth- code thyrsos.

GAMERA -Rebirth- has been adapted into a multi-part novelization co-written by director Hiroyuki Seshita and Jin; the first part was published by Kadokawa Bunko on August 25, 2023.

A prequel manga series, GAMERA -Rebirth- code thyrsos, began being serialized through Young Ace UP on September 8, with illustrations by Cambria Bakuhatsu Taro.

Videos

Japanese trailer
English trailer
Japanese trailer #2
English trailer #2
Animation teaser
Teaser trailer
Gamera 57th anniversary video
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Gamera
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Gyaos
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Jiger
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Zigra
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Guiron
Making of GAMERA -Rebirth-: Viras
GAMERA -Rebirth-: Opening Video|WANIMA “Natsuake”
GAMERA -Rebirth-: Story Promotional Video
Promotional videos on Shibuya Large Vision screens
GAMERA -Rebirth- x Night With A Cat
GAMERA -Rebirth- x Odekake Kozame

Trivia

  • GAMERA -Rebirth- is the first fully animated Gamera production, as well as the franchise's first television series.
  • This television series marks the first full-scale production of the Gamera franchise since Gamera the Brave in 2006, as well as the first released during Japan's Reiwa era. This time gap of 17 years is two years longer than the previous longest gap between entries, which was 15 years, spanning from 1980 (Gamera Super Monster) to 1995 (Gamera the Guardian of the Universe).
  • GAMERA -Rebirth- is the first fully 3D-animated show to be produced by ENGI, which was established in 2018 as a subsidiary of Kadokawa.
  • This series shares multiple staff members with Polygon Pictures' GODZILLA anime trilogy: director and co-writer Hiroyuki Seshita was the co-director of all three films, episode director Yuichi Ishima was an animator on GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters, co-writer Tetsuya Yamada was an associate writer on Planet of the Monsters and the co-writer of GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle, sculpting supervisor and director of photography Mitsunori Kataama was the sculpting supervisor of all three films, production designers Naoya Tanaka and Ferdinando Patulli were the production designers of all three films, and editor Aya Hida was the editor of all three films.
  • Gamera's enemies in the series are the same monsters who were featured in the Trendmasters toy line Gamera: Guardian of the Universe.
  • Seshita worked simultaneously on both GAMERA -Rebirth- and Makoto Shinkai's Suzume, and Sheshita and Shinkai discussed how they wanted to see Gamera fight against the supernatural monstrous earthworm which causes catastrophe in Suzume.[31]
  • Seshita has noted that he already has enough ideas for five seasons, and believes that if this show is sufficiently acclaimed, there may be a potential live-action adaptation. Seshita also revealed that he "accidentally" created battle scenes that were twice the length of those in the actual episodes, forcing him to edit them down.[32]
    • He has also said that if the series becomes successful and its budget increases, he would create 10-minute clips of Gamera continuously fighting other kaiju.[33]
  • Thirteen screens in Shibuya displayed special promotional footage for the show starting on September 3.[34]
  • An acoustic version of the "Gamera March" plays during the end credits of the sixth episode.
  • Commander Muneatsu Sasaki creates small paper origami figures representative of the new monster introduced in each episode.
  • Barugon is the only monster from the Showa era Gamera films who did not appear in GAMERA -Rebirth-. His debut film, Gamera vs. Barugon, was also the only entry from that era without at least one major child character.
  • The episode titles are references to classic sci-fi and action works such as Aura Battler Dunbine, Run Silent, Run Deep, The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, Childhood's End, Kill!, and so on. Junichi also mentions Aura Battler in the first episode.
  • According to Seshita, the setting of 1989 was chosen because it represents "both the Showa and Heisei eras".[35]
  • According to Seshita, all of the kaiju appearing in the series were at one time planned to possess "fanged suckers" on the soles of their feet to support their movements, but this idea was kept only for Gyaos and Zigra.[36][37][38][39]

External links

References

This is a list of references for GAMERA -Rebirth-. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "GAMERA -Rebirth-". Netflix. Retrieved 4 September 2023.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "『GAMERA -Rebirth-』全6話のアニメシリーズで復活!アニメ告知映像を公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 30 January 2023.
  3. "GAMERA -Rebirth- Updates From Kadokawa". SciFi Japan. 24 March 2023.
  4. Yamazoe, Takeshi (7 September 2023). "ガメラリバース モーションアクター ※主な担当※敬称略..." Twitter.
  5. "ガメラ、復活――。『GAMERA -Rebirth-』製作決定!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 17 November 2022.
  6. @gamera_info (31 December 2022). "旧年中は、クラウドファンディングへのご支援はじめ、ご愛顧有難うございました。『GAMERA -Rebirth-』 のNetflixでの世界配信はじめ、本年も宜しくお願いします。今宵は、一 #ガメラ 二 #ギャオス 三 #イリス、もとい #一富士二鷹三茄子 の夢が見れますように!#ガメラリバース #gamera_rebirth". Twitter.
  7. 7.0 7.1 "敵怪獣「ギャオス」ビジュアルが公開!今後も全5怪獣が登場!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 30 January 2023.
  8. "メインスタッフ発表!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 13 February 2023.
  9. "メインキャストは、金元寿子・松岡禎丞・豊崎愛生・木村昴に決定!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 13 February 2023.
  10. "全6話のアニメシリーズとなる本作のあらすじを公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 23 March 2023.
  11. "追加キャストは、宮野真守・早見沙織!全キャストからコメント到着!キャラ情報も公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 25 March 2023.
  12. "主題歌・EDテーマは「WANIMA」に決定!お祝いコメント到着!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 25 March 2023.
  13. "本作の配信が、2023年に決定!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 25 March 2023.
  14. "ティザービジュアル2種同時公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 17 November 2022.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "『ゴーカイジャー』真骨彫ゴーカイレッドや『シン・ウルトラマン』S.H.Figuarts メフィラス星人が参考展示!新作『ガメラ』シルエットも公開!【魂ネイション2022速報レポート】特撮編". Dengeki Hobby Web. 17 November 2022.
  16. "「平成ガメラ三部作」監督・金子修介氏より応援コメントも到着!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 17 November 2022.
  17. @gamera_rebirth (16 November 2022). "◤『GAMERA -Rebirth-』製作を祝し「TAMASHII NATION 2022」にて展示◢ 11月18日(金)~11月20日(日)開催の「TAMASHII NATION 2022」にてフィギュア展示を実施いたします!当日は、号外”ガメラ新聞”も会場にて配布…!?https://tamashii-nation.tamashiiweb.com #ガメラリバース #gamera_rebirth #ガメラ". Twitter.
  18. @0503doiken. "お目当てのガメラ新聞もGET #魂ネイション2022_LIVE_ACTION #ガメラリバース #ガメラ復活". Twitter.
  19. "「平成ガメラ三部作」脚本・伊藤和典氏より応援コメントも到着!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 30 January 2023.
  20. "「AnimeJapan2023」にて『GAMERA -Rebirth-』メインステージ決定!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 13 February 2023 [First published 30 January 2023].
  21. "怪獣プロレスビジュアル公開!今後登場予定の怪獣も更新予定!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 13 February 2023.
  22. "ガメラを含む怪獣のビジュアルが初披露となる、キービジュアル公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 23 March 2023.
  23. @NetflixAnime (22 March 2023). "GAMERA -Rebirth- is headed your way, and we've got a new piece of key art—Gamera and Jiger engaging in some wrestling action! In the series, a group of children witness a legend. Which kaiju will be revealed next? Stay tuned. @gamera_rebirth #gamera_rebirth". Twitter.
  24. "ガメラに敵対する5怪獣のうち、2体目はジャイガー!ビジュアル公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 25 March 2023.
  25. @gamera_rebirth (22 March 2023). "#AnimeJapan にて「ガメラ新聞」配布決定!📢『GAMERA -Rebirth-』ステージ後に「#ガメラ 新聞」号外2号を配布します!🗞️💥 時間: 3/25(土)15:50以降 場所:KADOKAWAブース ▼3/25(土)15:20〜AJ生配信📽️ https://youtube.com/live/N4ZgDChTRyE?feature=share #金元寿子 #松岡禎丞 #豊崎愛生 #木村昴". Twitter.
  26. "ガメラ敵対する5怪獣のうち、3体目は「ジグラ」に決定!ビジュアル公開!". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. 7 May 2023.
  27. @gamera_rebirth (26 June 2023). "||◤GAMERA vs 5KAIJU◢|| 『GAMERA -Rebirth-』 #ガメラ に敵対する怪獣の4体目は… #ギロン。 「ギロン」は頭部の超振動ブレードであらゆる物を切断し、地中を移動できる。 残る怪獣はいよいよ1体ーー。 続報をお楽しみに💥💥 https://youtu.be/XNh3aRBoCPg #ガメラリバース #gamera_rebirth". Twitter.
  28. @gamera_rebirth (26 June 2023). "||◤GAMERA -Rebirth-新ビジュアル◢|| ギャオス、ジャイガー、ジグラに続く敵怪獣として「#ギロン」が登場。 更新されたプロレスビジュアルを公開! 4人の少年たちが遭遇する「#ガメラ」と怪獣たちの激闘。そして彼らは伝説を目撃する—— https://youtu.be/XNh3aRBoCPg #ガメラリバース #gamera_rebirth". Twitter.
  29. Yoshitomo Yonetani, 2023, 2006年の没企画「牙滅羅(ガメラ)」昭和怪獣だけでなく、マルコブカラッパやガラシャープ等のお蔵入り怪獣、メカニックガメラ軍団等も登場する26話構成。主題歌は「シャンバラヤ牙滅羅!」。絵はあくまでイメージです。, Twitter (X)
  30. "Cartoon Network Licenses 'Gamera'". ICv2. 31 October 2005.
  31. Makoto Shinkai, 2023, 『GAMERA -Rebirth-』の小説をいただきました!『すずめ』で椅子(草太)・ミミズのCG演出を手がけてくださった瀬下さんの監督作です。東京上空のミミズの制作中、「東京でガメラとミミズを闘わせたいですね」なんて話していたことを思い出します笑。Netflixでの公開ももうすぐですね、楽しみ!, Twitter (X)
  32. Captain Sumiya, 2023, Netflix『GAMERA-Rebirth-』“シーズン5まではいける”瀬下寛之監督は早くも実写化に意欲!金元寿子さん・松岡禎丞さん・豊崎愛生さんたち声優陣も登壇したトークショーをレポート!, Dengeki Hobby Web
  33. GAMERA -Rebirth- | Special Interview Part 4
  34. 【GAMERA -Rebirth-】渋谷大型ビジョン13面ジャック【ガメラ リバース】
  35. GAMERA -Rebirth- | Special Interview Part 2
  36. Rebirth Gyaos Fanged Suckers.png
  37. Rebirth Zigra Fanged Suckers.png
  38. Rebirth Gamera Concept Art Tokyo Comic Com 1.png
  39. 東京コミコン2023 12月9日(土)Day2 『GAMERA -Rebirth-』スペシャル・トークショー At 17:08

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