Ultra B

Ultra B (ウルトラB, Urutora Bi) is a manga series by Fujiko A. Fujio (Motoo Abiko) that first made its debut in Chuokoron-Shinsha's Fujiko Fujio Land series of tankōbon books in 1984 and was released in individual tankōbon until 1989. In 1987, the manga was adapted into a 120-episode anime of the same name by Shin-Ei Animation which aired on TV Asahi from 4 April 1987 to 27 March 1989.[1] It is inspired by Doraemon.

Ultra B
Ultra B Manga Cover.jpg
Volume 1 of the Ultra B manga,
(Urutora Bi)
Written byFujiko A. Fujio
Published byChuokoron-Shinsha
Original run19841989
Anime television series
Directed byMasuji Haruda
Produced byHatano Masami
Kodama Seitaro
Written byFujiko A. Fujio
Music byShunsuke Kikuchi
StudioShin-Ei Animation
Original networkTV Asahi
Original run 4 April 1987 27 March 1989
Anime film
Ultra B: Black Hole kara no Dokusaisha BB!!
StudioShin-Ei Animation
ReleasedMarch 12, 1988
Runtime20 minutes
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One day, A mysterious alien baby from outer space comes to planet Earth, and only-child Michio Mikita finds him. He takes him as his own child, much to the surprise of his family. As he discovers he can talk (although not perfectly), walk, and do magic, and he causes havoc for Michio with his powers. Like Nobita Nobi from Doraemon (Another manga series from Abiko's friend Fujiko F Fujio), Michio does bad at work and is clumsy, so things go worse when it comes to UB's mischief, even though he's only a baby. The manga and anime tells the story of the duo and their adventures.


Opening and Ending ThemeEdit

OP - "Babibabibabibu Ultra B" (バビバビバビブー ウルトラB) Performed by Yuko Mita feat Morinoki Children's Chorus | Music composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi | Lyrics written by Fujiko Fujio A

ED - "Kiss Ultra B" (ウルトラBにチュッ!, Movie Only) Performed by Bunkekana and Koorogi '73 | Music composed by Shunsuke Kikuchi | Lyrics written by Takada Hiroo

The anime is unique from others due to the fact it has no ending or credits - All the credits are listed in the opening theme of the show instead.


  1. ^ "ウルトラB(1987~1989)". allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 27 April 2015.

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