I can’t tell you how much I love this. I have dreamed to see Godzilla vs. Ultraman.
30 Days of Ultraman - Day 10 - Kaiju/Seijin You Would Like to See More of ? - Earthtron
I didn’t pick a Seijin, but I picked Earthtron. Earthtron featured prominently in Ultraman Saga, BUT I want this guy to get a kickass 2 parter somewhere. He has such a cool and striking design, ESPECIALLY with those eyes, they’re the coolest thing about him. Probably.
If I had to pick Seijin as my runner up it’d be Baltan, probably, since we haven’t had any major focus on him since Ultraman Max and that’s been a while.
So Ultraman just got the Guinness Certificate for television series with the most spin-offs, 27 in fact.
Ultra Seven (1967)
Ultra Fight (1970)
Return of Ultraman (1971)
Ultraman A (1972)
Ultraman Taro (1973)
Ultraman Leo (1974)
The Ultraman (animated, 1979)
Ultraman 80 (1980)
Andro Melos (1983)
Ultraman Kids’ Proverb Stories (1986)
Ultraman Kids: 30 Million Light Years Looking for Mama (1991)
Ultraman Tiga (1996)
Ultraman Dyna (1997)
Ultraman Gaia (1998)
Ultraman Cosmos (2001)
Ultraman Boy’s Ultra Coliseum (2003)
Ultraman Nexus (2004)
Ultraman Max (2005)
Ultraman Mebius (2006)
ULTRASEVEN X (2007 Years)
Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle (2007)
Ultra Galaxy Monster Battle NEVER ENDING ODYSSEY (2008)
Ultraman Retsuden (2011)
Ultra Zone (2011)
Ultraman Galaxy (2013)
No Ultraman: Towards the Future (1990) or Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (1993)?
Tsuburaya’s hero of light, Ultraman was recently awarded by theGuinness Book of World Records for “a television series having the most number of spin-offs”. Present in the awarding are a few Ultraman, including the latest hero, Ultraman Ginga and his host, Hikaru Raido(Takuya Negishi).