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Tsuburaya's Ultraman Ginga Revealed!

Celebrating its 50th year anniversary, Tsuburaya finally unveils their new Ultraman hero, ULTRAMAN GINGA, during the "Ultraman Film Festival" this weekend! Similar to previous Beings of Light, Ginga sports a grey and red color scheme, with blue on its arms, head and chest.

Late last March, a copyright for ULTRAMAN GINGA had been registered by Tsuburaya in the Japanese copyright database, IPDL. And a few days earlier, a silhouette was preview in a Japanese magazine.

No additional information had been revealed as of writing.

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11 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    hopefully there's a crossover with ultraman zero!

  2. He looks like Ironman to me

  3. flamerounin Says:

    Kinda reminds me a bit of next/nexus. Love the more organic feel of the body patterns.

  4. Anonymous Says:


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Old styled. Like the face.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    This is perhaps the most amazing Heisei Ultra I have ever seen. It's design just left me with a "WOW!!!" impression.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    It's seem like Ultraman Legend design from Ultraman Cosmos series..

  8. Thomas Says:

    It was kinda technically revealed about a week ago, when a pre-order for an Ultraman Ginga figure (with picture) went up on HLJ. I've never got into Ultraman, but hopefully I'll eventually get the time to sit down and watch it. New design looks neat, though.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    Look at the head crest. looks kinda like a sword. What could it symbolise?

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Oh Hell yeah!! Ultraman Ginga looks awesome. Hes like a fusion of Ultraman, Guyver and Gridman. Can't wait to see the show. Badass design

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Ultraman Ginga looks Hella Awesome... gotta love the updated redesign... as Anon states, it does look like a bit of inspiration came from Guyver and Gridman, and I absolutely love that... (WTH? Guyver, Gridman, Ginga?? They all start with G, and the letter G is the seventh letter sometimes attributed to perfection... Whoa!) - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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