If you are a fan of big giant robots fighting big rubber monsters, then Gecco Corp has the best statue for you – a 1/6th scale statue of Ultraman!


The hero of the SF comic “ULTRAMAN,” Shinjiro Hayata, is recreated as a highly detailed 1/6 scale statue, capturing the crisp metallic detail of his iconic suit.

The sculpt features both the color timer on the chest and eyes glowing with LED.

The arms are interchangeable with the Spacium Blade.

The ULTRAMAN head is also interchangeable with the Shinjiro head, and the statue can be displayed unmasked, holding the mask in his left hand, which creates a totally different atmosphere.

The sculpting and painting technique captures both the hard and soft material of the suit and is another wonderful highlight. This is the ultimate ULTRAMAN statue thoroughly supervised by the original writer/artist Eiichi Shimizu and Tomohiro Shimoguchi.

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Pre-orders begin today for $310. The Ultraman statue is expected to ship in May 2016.

via Gecco

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  1. January 6, 2016 at 6:00 pm — Reply

    Thats a sweet Ultraman!

  2. January 7, 2016 at 10:36 am — Reply

    I normally don’t have a lot of interest in statues beyond “Hey, that looks pretty cool”, but this is one of the few that I actually wish I had the money to buy.

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