The official website for the Shin Ultraman film announced today that the upcoming "reconstruction" of the Ultraman franchise will be released in early Summer 2021. The announcement was part of the opening ceremony for the Tokusatsu Archive Center where a statue of the new Ultraman was unveiled. See the statue after the jump!
After sprinkling some tokusatsu-inspired news over the last year, we finally got the first trailer for SSSS.DYNAZENON, the follow-up anime to the 2018 TV anime series SSSS.GRIDMAN and set in the same universe (but it's not a second season!). The trailer showcases the new characters in a very downcast fashion. Get in the mood after the jump!
Good news for all you tokusatsu fans out there: Ultraman Z (pronounced "Zett"), the latest in the long-running "Ultra" series of live-action tokusatsu superhero TV shows produced by Tsuburaya Productions, will be available via streaming on Youtube with English subtitles on the ULTRAMAN OFFICIAL channel. Hit the jump to learn more.
New information for the upcoming anime project SSSS.DYNAZENON flew out of the robot hanger today, set in the same universe as the 2018 TV anime SSSS.GRIDMAN, announcing the first for the series alongside a visual showcasing them. Learn more after the jump!
Japan celebrates "Cyber Security Month" on February 01 - March 18, 2020, and as part of the on-going campaign to raise awareness for information technology-related issues, everyone's favorite "Hyper Agent", the titular hero of SSSS.GRIDMAN, is showing his support for the effort by posing for a dramatic new poster. Hit the jump to check it out.
Mill Creek Entertainment is cooking up another batch of tokusatsu superhero goodness in 2020 with Bluray releases of the Ultraman X TV series and movie in April and regular and SteelBook® Bluray releases of the Ultraman Ace TV series in May. Hit the jump to learn more.
Khara's official Twitter has posted a first design sketch of Ultraman to be featured in the forthcoming all-new live-action film Shin Ultraman. It was drawn by the film's planner/screenplay writer Hideaki Anno on October 3, 2018. Check out the beginning of the project after the jump.
The official website for the forthcoming stage play inspired by the TV anime SSSS.GRIDMAN has opened with a teaser visual introducing the Neon Genesis Junior High Student members, along with its performance schedule. The site also confirms that 35-year-old actor Ryosuke Takahashi, who voiced Samurai Calibur in the anime, will reprise his role in the stage play as well. Hit the jump for more information.