Bandai Tamashii Nations: Shin Ultraman - Ultraman Dynaction Action Figure
The Bandai Tamashii Nations’ Dynaction Ultraman (Shin Ultraman) is the ultimate Ultra-figure! Painted to evoke the fierce glow of the character onscreen, it is designed to capture the signature attack, and flight poses from the film.
Illuminating eyes. A lustrous finish. Die-cast and POM plastic joints for enhanced possibility. And best of all, a titanic 15 3/4-inch size. The figures include 3x pairs of option hands, human figure, and stand.
Ultraman fans have a lot to celebrate. After an animated series released by Netflix, it has now been announced that the superhero will be getting a new movie produced by some of Japan’s top artists.
Shin Ultraman will hit theaters by Toho studio under the supervision of director Shinji Higuchi and writer Hideaki Anno. Originally scheduled to premiere this summer, Shin Ultraman has been postponed. A new date will be revealed in the future.
The Bandai Tamashii Nations: Shin Ultraman – Ultraman Dynaction Action Figure is priced at $209.99 and can be found at the links below. Its release is scheduled for November 2021.
Shin Ultraman, the 21st-century adaptation of the first Ultraman, has been given another trailer that shows how Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno, the creator of Neon Genesis Evangelion, see the character.
The trailer intersperses footage of the Science Patrol with the attack of the monsters Neronga and Gabora. We even get a brief glimpse of Ultraman, who appears to have just switched bodies with his Earthling host.
Shin Ultraman marks a reunion between Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi, who had previously worked on the 2016 film Shin Godzilla. Shin Godzilla presented a more modern vision of the King of Monsters. Shin Ultraman aims to do the same with the tokusatsu hero. Anno is also known as the creator of the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The original Ultraman series follows the story of Shin Hayata, who merged with an alien being known as the light giant. Hayata would transform into Ultraman in times of tremendous pressure to fight alien monsters alongside the Science Patrol. The Ultraman series spawned several spinoffs, becoming one of Japan’s most popular franchises.