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Ultraman

Ultraman (ウルトラマン, Urutoraman) is a character featured in tokusatsu (special effects) television programs in Japan. Ultraman, the first and best-known of the "Ultra-Crusaders," made his debut in the tokusatsu SF/kaiju/superhero TV series, Ultraman: A Special Effects Fantasy Series (ウルトラマン 空想特撮シリーズ, Urutoraman: Kūsō Tokusatsu Shirīzu), a follow-up to the television series Ultra Q. The show was produced by Tokyo Broadcasting System and Tsuburaya Productions, and was broadcast on Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) from July 17, 1966 to April 9, 1967, with a total of 39 episodes (40, counting the pre-premiere special that aired on July 10, 1966).

Although Ultraman is the first series to feature an Ultra-Crusader, his is actually the second Ultra Series. Ultra Q was the first. In fact, Ultraman opens with the Ultra Q logo exploding into the Ultraman logo. A major pop culture phenomenon in Japan, the show has spawned dozens of imitators as well as numerous sequels and remakes, which continued to be popular as of early January of 2011.

ウルトラマン
Alien Metron
Bandai
Zetton
Bandai
Bandai
Ultraman Ultra Seven
Bandai
Ultra Mecha Selection 2
Bandai
Garaon
Bandai
Father of Ultra
Bandai
XIG Fighter SS
Bandai
Mother of Ultra
Bandai
Ultraman Noa
Bandai
Ultra Act Ultraman Zero
Bandai
Shin Hayata
Medicom
Red King
Bandai
Kyrieloid
Bandai
Ultraman
Takara
Eleking
Bandai
Jean-Nine
Bandai
Agul V2
Bandai
Mirror Knight
Bandai
Dinosaur Tank
Bandai
Ultraman Gaia
Bandai
Jean-Bot
Bandai
Kanegon
Bandai
King Joe (Manga Ver)
Marmit
Ultraman
U.S. Toys
Ultraman Jo neus
Popy
Ultraman Leo
Bandai
Ultra Act Ultraman
Bandai
Evil Tiga
Bandai
Ultra Seven Mini
Bullmark
Alien Magma (Magma Seijin)
Bandai
Ultraman Tiga Dark
Bandai
Ultraman Tiga Sky Type
Bandai
Zamsher (Zamusha)
Bandai
Ultimate Zero
Bandai
Baltan Senjin II
Bandai
MAGMARISER
Marmit
Ultra Act Ultraman Mebius
Bandai
Ultraman Belial
Bandai
Ultraman Taro
Bullmark
Baltan
Bandai
Dreamworks
Ultraman
Bandai
Armored Glozam
Bandai
Pegila
X-Plus
Twin Tail
Bandai
Geranda
Bandai
Ultra Hawk-TDF UH-001
Bandai
Ultraman
Bullmark
Ultraman Astra
Popy

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Gerukadon 1990
King Joe 1978
Black King 1978
Gomess 2001
Garamon 2001
Icarus Seijin 1973
Hipporito 2005
Ultraman Leo 1974
Garamon 2006
Battinger 1971
Windam 1998
Bemustar
Hayata 2001
Keronia Seijin 1999
King Joe 1978
Garamon
King Joe 2007
Baltan Seijin 1983
Pygmon 1981
Ultraman Ace 1973
Ultraman Leo 1975
Ultraman Astra 1975
Ultra Seven 1971
Ultraman 1966
Ultraman Taro 1974
Baltan 2007
Pegila 2008
Baltan 2005
Glozam 2009
Kilazee 1991
Belial 2010
Magmariser TDF/MRI 2005
Ultraman Mebius 2010
Ultimate Zero
Zamsher (Zamusha) 2010
Ultraman Tiga Sky Type 2011
Ultraman Tiga Dark 2011
Alien Magma 2011
Evil Tiga 2011
Ultraman 2011
Ultraman 2001
Ultraman Jo neus 1980
Ultraman Leo 2011
Jean-Bot 2011
Ultraman Gaia [V2] 2011
Mirror Knight 2011
Ultraman Agul [V2] 2011
Eleking 2012
Jean-Nine 2010
Ultraman 1999
Kyrieloid 2011
Red King 2013
Ultraman Zero 2014
Ultraman Noa 2014
Mother of Ultra 2013
Father of Ultra 2013
Ultra Mecha Selection 2 1996
Ultra Seven 2015
Alien Baltan 2016
Zetton 2016
Alien Metron 2017
03 UltraHawk TDF UH-001 2000
04 Ultraman 2009
1 Baltan 1995
11 Ultraman King 2000
13 Tyrant 2004
27 Garaon
31 Scylla 2008
32 Neronga 2008
33 Melba 2008
34 Gatanozoa 2008
35 Geranda 2009
36 Monsargar 2004
38 GiGi 2008
40 Chaos Darkness 2007
41 Kanegon 2008
43 Dino Tank
51 EX Red King 2008
53 Twin Tail 2000
55 Imperizer 2008
62 Seagorath 1992
65 Mecha Baltan 1993
86 Gakuma 1996
9 Ultraman Leo 2004
9 Kanegon 1991
GA-94 King Joe 1978
GX-37 King Joe 2007
MEDRAH 205 Ultraman Hayata 2004
UF-008a King Joe
UX-02 Bandai U.M.W. UX-02 XIG Fighter SS 2011
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