Shin Ultraman Nendoroid. Image via Good Smile Company.

Shin Ultraman Nendoroid Brings His Iconic Moves up Front

The Shin Ultraman Nendoroid is already on its way and ready to save humans from the kaiju threat. Good Smile Company opened up pre-orders for the new Nendoroid based on the latest version of the giant of light. The figure will cost ¥6,200/$44.99 and its release is slated for October 2023.

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Shin Ultraman comes with just one face plate. However, people can use batteries with it to make his eyes light up. As for the posing options, it will feature the body parts and accessories needed to recreate some of his classic moves such as the flying pose and the ultra-slash attack.

Most notably, you can place the arms in an L-shape form to recreate the memorable pose for the Spacium Beam. In addition, the set also brings the beta capsule used in the movie for the transformation process.

Here’s a closer look at the Shin Ultraman Nendoroid set and poses.

Shin Ultraman is the latest iteration of the iconic Japanese tokusatsu hero and it’s part of the Shin Japan Heroes Universe joined by Godzilla, Kamen Rider, and Evangelion. This project has led to many collaborations between these brands, the latest being a paid DLC for SD Shin Kamen Rider Rumble featuring all of the main characters.

Good Smile Company previously announced this Ultraman Nendoroid in February 2023 during WonHobby36. Some of the other figures shown in the event were Cyberpunk: Edgerunners’ David Martinez Nendoroid, Tokyo Revenger’s Manjiro Sano figure, and a Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann XL Pop-Up Parade.

The Shin Ultraman Nendoroid is open for pre-order at Good Smile Company’s official site until May 25, 2023.

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Frank is a staff writer and tokusatsu fan from Colombia. The first game he remembers ever playing is PS1’s 102 Dalmatians. His favorite franchises are Persona/SMT, Harvest Moon, and Final Fantasy. When he's not writing, you'll find him building gunplas, reading manga, or furnishing his house in Eorzea.