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It's official, folks! Directors Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi, who previously were the creative force behind Shin Godzilla, are teaming up once again to create another modern day take on a classic tokusatsu franchise with a newly-announced film entitled SHIN ULTRAMAN. Hit the jump to learn more.
Great news for tokusatsu fans! According to exclusive reporting from SciFi Japan, Mill Creek Entertainment has struck a deal with Tsuburaya Productions to deliver the entire Ultraman series - over 1100 TV episodes and 20 films - to U.S. audiences via home video releases and digital distribution, and the whole thing kicks off with regular and "steelbook" Bluray releases for Ultra Q and Ultraman that are scheduled for October of 2019. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tsuburaya Productions announced today that the 3DCG web anime adaptation of Eiichi Shimizu (story) and Tomohiro Shimoguchi (art)'s ULTRAMAN manga will get its second season as a result of the overwhelmingly positive response to its first season that has been streamed on Netflix since April 2019. Hit the jump for more information including the two directors' comments.
The main cast has been revealed for Ultraman Taiga, an upcoming live-action tokusatsu TV series and the latest entry in Tsuburaya Productions' long-running "Ultra Series", which focuses on superhuman beings defending the Earth from incursions by aliens and monsters. Hit the jump to learn more.
Like father, like son! Ultraman Taiga is coming soon, and it stars the son of 1973's Ultraman Taro. Check out the story, characters, new Ultraman forms, and a few of our new hero's cool items after the jump!
Netflix Japan has released another short clip for ULTRAMAN, their upcoming 3DCG anime adaptation that puts a new spin on the classic tokusatsu superhero from Tsuburaya Productions, and in this video our hero unleashes his most signature attack: the Spacium Ray! Hit the jump to check it out.
Netflix Japan has published an action-packed exerpt from ULTRAMAN, an upcoming 3DCG anime that re-envisions the classic Tsuburaya Productions superhero in the medium of animation, and the new video clip includes a transformation sequence and some hand-to-hand combat. Hit the jump to check it out.