Bandai Introduces New Ultraman Figures

Figures celebrate the launch of the upcoming Netflix animated film, “Ultraman: Rising,” with collectibles and toys.

License Global

April 5, 2024

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Ultraman figure.Bandai

Bandai Namco Toys & Collectibles America has announced the arrival of Ultraman, a new addition to its lineup of figures. Bandai holds the master toy license, and the Ultraman collectibles are timed to coincide with the release of the new “Ultraman: Rising” animated film, slated to launch on Netflix on June 14. 

Fans and collectors can secure their piece of the Ultraman universe with preorders for a diverse assortment of figures and collectibles, including: 

  • 5-inch Figures: For on-the-go adventures and imaginative play 

  • 6-inch Figures: Detailed and articulated for posing and display 

  • 12-inch Figures: Larger size for collectors and enthusiasts 

  • 2-inch Blind Box Items: Surprise collectibles 

“Bringing these iconic toys to fans in North America after decades of remarkable buildup in Japan is an absolute thrill for us,” says Daisuke Zama, senior vice president, brand toy department, Bandai. “Ultraman holds a special place in the hearts of fans around the world, and we’re committed to delivering an exceptional toy experience that honors his legacy.” 

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