Ultraman | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

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  • The larger than life legend who defined a generation, now returns to usher in a new one.
    All new Ultraman, streaming only on Netflix, starting April 1st, 2019!
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  • Cry Celestial
    Cry Celestial Hour ago

    UltraIronMan, the latest model from stark

  • Red Knight
    Red Knight 7 hours ago

    I hope it gets a English dab

  • Red Knight
    Red Knight 7 hours ago

    Good work on the animation and the bad day look like ultron 0:08

  • tejas tayade
    tejas tayade Day ago +1

    AaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaaAaaaaAaa

  • Random Weeb
    Random Weeb 2 days ago +1

    Better not fuck this one up Netflix this is basically my childhood

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Random Weeb well it’s actually made by tsuburaya so there is hope

  • NtapSoulGaming133 LOL
    NtapSoulGaming133 LOL 2 days ago +1

    Im lagging af

  • DeX Hahaha
    DeX Hahaha 2 days ago

    Looj like Ironman

  • silvio gutierrez
    silvio gutierrez 3 days ago

    Netflix as always mess it up, why?, why you didn't use the original suit and FX sounds and the classic voice acting of ULTRAMAN?? this does not look anything like ultraman, shame on you Netflix.

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Also this is being made by tsuburaya so Netflix has nothing to do other than uploading it on there site

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      silvio gutierrez this is based on the manga were it takes place after the original ultraman were ultraman left earth and hayata ended up having a child who got the powers except for the suit power and the government decided to make a suit of armor that would mimic ultraman powers just incase of another alien invasion

  • Johnny Tran
    Johnny Tran 3 days ago

    *U L T R A M A N U!*

  • NeoKinsbaile
    NeoKinsbaile 3 days ago +1

    No you can’t do this without putting kamen rider on North American Netflix

  • [PUPPY] S H E P H E R D

    Taiga
    BTW the creator of Ultraman died

  • Matheus Santos
    Matheus Santos 3 days ago

    Where the fuck is the ultraman i known,this is just iron man with a diferent name

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 6 hours ago

      Yes cause a show about a live action show who is a giant alien who fight giant monsters and alien invasions is similar towards a comic super hero who is a millionaire who uses a suit of armor tho fight super villain

  • x Park
    x Park 3 days ago

    I like 2d

  • Hamba Allah
    Hamba Allah 3 days ago +1

    This should be called "Ultra-IronMan".

  • lala o
    lala o 3 days ago

    ultra man ,aoler terler man

  • Envy Man
    Envy Man 3 days ago

    NETFLIX IF YOU SHIT ON MY CHILDHOOD IM GONNA REMEMBER TO CANCEL MY FREE TRIAL

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Envy Man this is being made by tsuburaya so Netflix has nothing to do other than uploading it

  • ruben enrique jara ponce

    🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤

  • chiumi
    chiumi 3 days ago

    セツコちゃう!こいつはアイアンマンや!!

  • GoDZeeXD
    GoDZeeXD 3 days ago

    like

  • TheGamingArbizer
    TheGamingArbizer 3 days ago

    I like ultraman, just that their new designs are weird

  • HarlanLovestone
    HarlanLovestone 3 days ago

    I thought Ultraman came from a race of people or android people and in the original series combined with a guy he almost accidentally killed until his body healed

    • F i s h
      F i s h 2 days ago

      Yeah and this series happen many years after the first series end, the main character is Ultraman's son with "ultra gene" in his body

  • andrew william
    andrew william 3 days ago

    It's more like mini mecha ultraman

  • i cant believe its not anime

    Where are the poopy panted monsters?

  • Juan Navarro
    Juan Navarro 3 days ago +1

    Ultraman serie de mi infancia, espero que no lo aurrinen

  • Bowen Orcutt
    Bowen Orcutt 4 days ago +1

    I've never even heard of Ultraman before today, and I'm STILL hyped. That's good advertising!

    • Bowen Orcutt
      Bowen Orcutt Hour ago

      +The iron Empoleon All right, that sounds even more awesome than what what I had in mind! Definitely going to check that one out!

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Bowen Orcutt so here is everything you need to know about the show is the show is about a giant alien who comes to visit earth and protect it from giant monster and alien invasions.
      This will take place after the original ultraman were ultraman left earth and hayata (the main protagonists whi fused with originally ultraman) had a human child who got the power of ultraman except for the power to turn into a giant

  • Jeff Lamberton
    Jeff Lamberton 4 days ago

    No.

  • ANTHONY ROSS
    ANTHONY ROSS 4 days ago

    Love that the older Ultraman costume looks exactly like the one from the old TV show

  • sanmuttaqin
    sanmuttaqin 4 days ago

    So this is how ultraman look like without spandex suits ??

  • dylan bolt
    dylan bolt 4 days ago

    Gosh another cheap iron man knock off

  • Fakhri Ananda
    Fakhri Ananda 4 days ago

    this ultraman shirt made based on manga?

  • too noob
    too noob 4 days ago

    When ultraman wears ironman's suit

  • Adam Burke
    Adam Burke 4 days ago

    April fools day

  • Dwi tyas
    Dwi tyas 4 days ago

    Wow my childhood

  • Ikhwan Syahmie
    Ikhwan Syahmie 4 days ago

    I think Tsuburaya Production Can't afford to hire the actors for ultraman's series next project.That's why the made the the ultraman in animation.This animation have ruined the tradition of ultraman.tsuburaya must be sad if he was still alive

  • Skull Capton
    Skull Capton 5 days ago

    Wow...Netflix...just wow...an iron armor? U of any people should know that Ultra Man wears Latex

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Skull Capton this is based of the manga were the original ultraman left earth, hayata had a child he got ultraman powers except for the one to turn into a giant and the government decided to make a suit of armor that would mimic the original ultraman powers just incase of a future alien invasion

  • Roy Li
    Roy Li 5 days ago

    See, the Japanese copied Ironman.

  • ror ecks dee
    ror ecks dee 5 days ago

    NOOOOOOOOOOOO, NOT ANOTHER ONE!

  • Mario Albornoz
    Mario Albornoz 5 days ago

    es hermoso

  • AungKyaw Min
    AungKyaw Min 5 days ago

    Typically Iron Man. Never watch netflix

  • Muhammad Ihsan
    Muhammad Ihsan 6 days ago

    the next generation of Transformers

  • Razor Edge
    Razor Edge 6 days ago +3

    The popular manga/anime series Tetsujin 28 (Gigantor) came out in 1956, seven years before Iron Man. Both Iron Man and Ultraman were heavily inspired by Tetsujin/Gigantor. Even the name "Tetsujin" literally means "Iron Man". Tetsujin was originally going to be released as "Iron Man" in America, but couldn't because Marvel ripped-off Tetsujin and released their own Iron Man, so Tetsujin was instead released as Gigantor in America.

    As for this modern Ultraman redesign, it was clearly inspired by the popular manga/anime series Guyver, not Iron Man. The idiots who are comparing this to Iron Man have clearly never seen Guyver before, because this new Ultraman is almost a spitting-image of Guyver. If anything, Iron-Man's modern redesign was also inspired by Guyver... I was expecting to see more Guyver comments here, but instead I see dumb irrelevant comments from Iron Man fans.
    And just for the record, Ultraman is a much bigger franchise than Iron Man... Iron Man has only grossed about $3 billion worldwide, whereas Ultraman has grossed more than $10 billion worldwide. Iron Man wasn't even all that popular until the Iron Man movie kickstarted the MCU in 2008. Before that, Ultraman was bigger than Iron Man.
    EDIT: In fact, Ultraman was the world's third top-selling licensed character in the 1980s, largely due to his popularity in Asia. This fact has been mentioned in multiple books.

    • jey fomson
      jey fomson Day ago +1

      +Razor Edge
      You know your shit !! 👍👍

    • WITLESSMASS
      WITLESSMASS Day ago

      +Razor Edge If you're trying to claim that the great Jack Kirby stole his design of Iron Man from a Japanese Manga I'm going to disagree completely. Kirby was designing heroes in the freaking 40's, during the war so I'm pretty sure he could come up with a design for Iron Man without looking the need for looking at a Japanese comic book he'd have no reason to know anything about.
      I said Manga was not a thing in America not anime wasn't around. Manga is Japanese comic books and Anime is Japanese cartoons. The two things are separate, so saying anime was around in the 60's doesn't counter my stating that Manga wasn't a thing in America at that time.And Anime was not a thing in America in the early sixties when Iron Man was created.
      Oh and Avengers merchandise is only merchandise with all the Avengers on them. It's not counting merchandise that individual Avengers sell on their own. So trying to use that as a measure isn't correct. You have no numbers for Iron Man merchandise and comic sales from 1963 till today so your claims are not verified.
      And even the merchandise sales given for UltraMan are estimated not concrete. And those estimates are primarily from Japan which further proves Ultraman is a cultural icon not a world wide icon. Meaning he's only popular in Japan. He was never popular world wide. He's not known world wide like Spider Man, Superman, Iron Man etc. If he was, then they'd be making 200 million dollar movies starring the character.
      What asian countries is Ultra Man popular in? That's laughable, I lived in Korea and Japan and traveled Asia and Ultra Man is only popular in Japan. The Chinese don't love the Japanese, not after what they did to the Chinese in World War 2 so they aren't biting at the bit to love anything Japanese. The same can be said for a huge portion of Asia. American's may love Japanese culture but there are a lot of grudges toward the Japanese in Asia as a whole. So nope...UltraMan was popular in Japan and that's where all it's merchandising sales come from.

    • Razor Edge
      Razor Edge 2 days ago +1

      ​+WITLESSMASS
      "America didn't rip off anything with the creation of Iron Man. You provide no actual proof of what you're saying."
      Early suit designs of Iron Man from 1963 look strikingly similar to Tetsujin 28 (Gigantor) in 1956. They had a very similar silver/grey colour, a similar tin/metallic type of look, and the same name in different languages ("Iron Man" and "Tetsujin" mean the same thing). That's too much similarities to be a coincidence.
      "Manga wasn't even a thing in America in the 50's and 60's people weren't going around adopting Japanese culture at that point."
      In the '60s, there were quite a few popular anime shows in America, like Astro Boy, Speed Racer, Kimba the White Lion, Gigantor, etc.
      "Stan Lee just happened to use Iron Man as a name for his creation but do you see any other similarities with the two stories?"
      I was comparing the original suit designs, not the plots.
      "Are you trying to combine total merchandise sold, if so you're being dishonest regarding Iron Man, you'd have to do the same with Iron Man which means his total merchandise would be pretty large as well."
      The Avengers combined have sold just over $5 billion in licensed merchandise sales. Ultraman alone has sold over $10 billion in licensed merchandise sales. Ultraman has sold more licensed merchandise than the Avengers combined, let alone Iron Man alone. And the only known licensed merchandise sales figure for Iron Man alone is $300 million in 2010 (his numbers were combined with The Avengers after that).
      "You add in overall merchandise sales, video games sales, comic book sales for all the decades Iron Man has been around"
      Iron Man's comic sales over the decades total around $100-200 million (75 million+ copies at prices ranging from 50p to $3.99). And he's never had a video game hit.
      "Combining all of Iron Man's movie appearances together alone equal 9.4 billion alone."
      That would be disingenuous, since those are not Iron Man movies, but they're MCU ensemble movies that happen to include Iron Man in the cast. Iron Man's own movies grossed just over $2 billion.
      "Iron Man has been around in a much larger market than Japan and his numbers easily pass Ultra Man's."
      You have no evidence to back up this claim. The available numbers point to Ultraman having generated more revenue than Iron Man. Also, being known in a larger market does not translate to sales revenue, which is based on how much money that people are spending on the IP, not how many people know about it.
      "Ultra Man is only popular in Japan."
      He's popular in plenty of countries outside of Japan, particularly in Asia. Nevertheless, most of his revenue comes from Japan, which happens to be one of the biggest markets for licensed merchandise sales.
      "He's only known to American's like myself who saw his show growing up as kids."
      Which means there was a time when Ultraman was fairly popular in America as well.

    • WITLESSMASS
      WITLESSMASS 2 days ago

      America didn't rip off anything with the creation of Iron Man. You provide no actual proof of what you're saying. This is what inspired Iron Man.
      "Iron Man's Marvel Comics premiere in Tales of Suspense #39 (cover dated March 1963) was a collaboration among editor and story-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, story-artist Don Heck, and cover-artist and character-designer Jack Kirby.[4] In 1963, Lee had been toying with the idea of a businessman superhero.[5] He wanted to create the "quintessential capitalist", a character that would go against the spirit of the times and Marvel's readership.[6] Lee said,

      I think I gave myself a dare. It was the height of the Cold War. The readers, the young readers, if there was one thing they hated, it was war, it was the military....So I got a hero who represented that to the hundredth degree. He was a weapons manufacturer, he was providing weapons for the Army, he was rich, he was an industrialist....I thought it would be fun to take the kind of character that nobody would like, none of our readers would like, and shove him down their throats and make them like him....And he became very popular.[7]

      He set out to make the new character a wealthy, glamorous ladies' man, but one with a secret that would plague and torment him as well.[8] Writer Gerry Conway said, "Here you have this character, who on the outside is invulnerable, I mean, just can't be touched, but inside is a wounded figure. Stan made it very much an in-your-face wound, you know, his heart was broken, you know, literally broken. But there's a metaphor going on there. And that's, I think, what made that character interesting."[7] Lee based this playboy's looks and personality on Howard Hughes,[9] explaining, "Howard Hughes was one of the most colorful men of our time. He was an inventor, an adventurer, a multi-billionaire, a ladies' man and finally a nutcase."[10] "Without being crazy, he was Howard Hughes," Lee said.[7]
      Iron Man/Tony Stark was modeled after Howard Hughes not some Japanese Manga no one in America had ever heard of at the time. Manga wasn't even a thing in America in the 50's and 60's people weren't going around adopting Japanese culture at that point. Stan Lee just happened to use Iron Man as a name for his creation but do you see any other similarities with the two stories? No you do not, the Manga is about a boy who controls a Giant Robot. Iron Man is about a billionaire who builds a suit of Armor that will stop a piece of shrapnel from entering his further damaging his heart and killing him. As far as your sales figures go, where's the proof for those figures? What did Ultra Man make 10 billion from? It wasn't from movies, cause no Ultra Man movies has made squat world wide. Are you trying to combine total merchandise sold, if so you're being dishonest regarding Iron Man, you'd have to do the same with Iron Man which means his total merchandise would be pretty large as well. And Ultra Man was never big world wide. Ultra Man is big in Japan and there are a very small portion of American's who remember the show growing up in the late 60's and early 70's. There's no evidence for much of what you write. Neither Ultra Man or Iron Man were heavily influenced by Tetsujin 28, there's no proof for either claim. Iron Man came out before Ultra Man and was created before Ultra Man by around three years. And your sales numbers are off because you dishonestly try and only use Iron Man's Marvel Studio numbers for his lifetime sales and you use Ultra Man's numbers which include merchandise sold etc from a list Iron Man isn't even listed on. Even if you don't include Iron Man's merchandise and comic book sales his movie appearances alone top that 3 billion you're throwing around. Combining all of Iron Man's movie appearances together alone equal 9.4 billion alone. That's only counting 8 Marvel movies he's appeared in and boosted the box office by doing so. You add in overall merchandise sales, video games sales, comic book sales for all the decades Iron Man has been around in a much larger market than Japan and his numbers easily pass Ultra Man's. Ultra Man has never been and will never be a world wide phenomenon. There will never be a Ultra Man movie that grosses over a billion world wide ever. If the character was as popular as you say, this would be accomplished, but he's not. Ultra Man is only popular in Japan. He's only known to American's like myself who saw his show growing up as kids. We didn't read or buy the manga and there was no Ultra Man merchandise or toys being sold in huge supply in America. So...no Ultra Man may have been bigger than Iron Man in Japan, but he was never bigger than Iron Man in America. Contact me when a Ultra Man movie can even make what the first Iron Man made at the box office. If a character that as you claim wasn't that popular can make half a billion at the box office, why can't Ultra Man, a character you claim as way more popular even garner a modest amount of that?

  • Gary Wijaya
    Gary Wijaya 6 days ago

    I thought ultramen were giants

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Gary Wijaya this takes place after the original ultraman left earth and hayata had a child who got the powers of ultraman except for turning into a giant

  • Xeda787 _
    Xeda787 _ 6 days ago +2

    As a manga reader I can't tell you how long I've waited to see The Ultraman anime and all of the amazing fights that they had, I just hope the 3d isn't Berserk quality or the reject fist of the north star

  • 良吉陰
    良吉陰 6 days ago

    The original is something subtle

  • Dugon man
    Dugon man 6 days ago +1

    Okay, before looking into the comment section im going to predict that the majority of the comments are saying
    "Go go power rangers"
    "Ironman rip-off"
    "I can see the strings"
    "Wheres godzilla?"
    "Something something something spandex and rubber suits"
    Did I get a bingo or not?

  • mrSmith smith
    mrSmith smith 6 days ago

    kancuttt

  • raditya marzuki
    raditya marzuki 6 days ago

    ultra-gavan

  • Internet Negatif
    Internet Negatif 7 days ago

    Ultraman netflix 😅

  • Lakon Oki
    Lakon Oki 7 days ago

    Ironultraman

  • King Remer
    King Remer 7 days ago

    this looks dope

  • Eduard Wiebe
    Eduard Wiebe 7 days ago

    Please tell me there will also be a german translation

  • Tick Tac Boom
    Tick Tac Boom 7 days ago +1

    Not the Ultraman I remember....

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Tick Tac Boom cause its not technically ultraman its about hayata son who got the power of ultraman except for the one to turn into a giant

  • Boi IRL
    Boi IRL 7 days ago

    Wow, this looks janky as hell.

  • Shadow558 The Boss
    Shadow558 The Boss 7 days ago

    SO THEY ARE BRINGING BACK GODZILLA IN THE MOVIES AND ULTRAMAN!!!! UHH SIGN ME UP! I am glad they are returning since I used to watch the original ultraman as a kid. But I am not sure I like the ironman anime stuff... ultraman kinda worked as a live action character. Regardless I am thrilled these characters are coming back and I hope they make this a normal thing because I really want to see some returning kaiju from ultraman like king joe, king joe black, gamora, mitclaus, pig man, And some others. I hope this project is great because I would totally watch it! 😀 and I think it is gonna be a great time.

  • No. 08
    No. 08 7 days ago

    Ultraman thats not a live action? *barf

  • lROCKIE
    lROCKIE 7 days ago

    iron man ?

  • Marcus Vinicius
    Marcus Vinicius 7 days ago

    Ultraman is not a freaking Iron Man arnor! Usually is like a symbionte (in the way both need each other to stay alive on Earth) alien working togerher with the human he is attached

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Marcus Vinicius you got it more or less as the symbiote thing is actually optional as some ultraman hide themselves as actual people

  • Atomictoaster
    Atomictoaster 7 days ago

    ultradad
    also, i love how this new ultraman has more or less positive respond, while the new 3D saint seiya got critique to hell.

  • Achmad Iqbal
    Achmad Iqbal 7 days ago

    That's ultraman not iron man

  • Juan Sanchez
    Juan Sanchez 8 days ago

    No wonder the title sounded familiar. He fought Godzilla

  • Ridho Siregar
    Ridho Siregar 8 days ago

    If Netflix do want to make an Ultraman with animation, they should've just make it like this: www.bilibili.com/video/av8006212/. Make that into a feature-length movie, should've them.

  • Em Seven
    Em Seven 8 days ago

    I must watch this movie.

  • EquestriaKnight234
    EquestriaKnight234 8 days ago

    finally! A mecha suit and not some guy in tights.

  • GeniaShrekZ
    GeniaShrekZ 8 days ago

    ULTRAMAAAANNNNNNN

  • oontv oontv
    oontv oontv 8 days ago

    So Ultraman meets Tony Stark ???
    Which episode Ultraman became Avengers?

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      oontv oontv maybe in that one universe were the Japanese spinder man has a giant mech

  • DarkGuardian Okami
    DarkGuardian Okami 9 days ago

    i read the manga for this i'm excited to watch this OMG *high pitch screaming inside*.

  • Dean Ambrose
    Dean Ambrose 9 days ago

    Me: Good job marvel studios for iron man 4 trailer
    Netflix: it's ultraman dude
    Me: no it's not. Ultraman should have bigger eyes and less "robot" or "iron" things
    Tony: it's look like gundam to me
    Guillermo: i think it's pacific rim 3

  • Preske
    Preske 9 days ago

    The animation style doesn't look very good

  • Ras Putin
    Ras Putin 9 days ago

    Grew up with this.

  • GlitchyStream
    GlitchyStream 9 days ago

    Shinji Aramaki returns

  • Zaid Ali Wardana
    Zaid Ali Wardana 9 days ago

    naaaaaaaaniiiiiiiiiiii.........?! ultramaaan? omaewa mou sindeiruuu....!

  • Lasley Kamasya
    Lasley Kamasya 10 days ago +1

    Ultraman X iron man

  • muhammad yusuf
    muhammad yusuf 10 days ago

    👏👏 Netflix adaption

  • Buster Brown Sheep
    Buster Brown Sheep 10 days ago

    This looks stupid on so many levels

  • Dermotius
    Dermotius 10 days ago

    Wait i remember ultraman when i was fucking 4 now im 18 damn

  • math_ strange_art
    math_ strange_art 10 days ago

    Why it's alway in 3d.....???

  • I.P.E.
    I.P.E. 10 days ago

    probably its fake. 1st april

  • RzFb225
    RzFb225 10 days ago

    Is not like' Ultraman but like iron man wkwkwkw

  • Thomas Kim
    Thomas Kim 10 days ago

    기대된다

  • Gaming Gear
    Gaming Gear 11 days ago

    Ultraman but as the size of a man... that actually seems more interesting than giant monster fights

  • Brute912
    Brute912 11 days ago

    They need to add that Ultraman: Tiga intro soundtrack from Foxbox!

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Brute912 good idea but would that make sense as this takes place before tiga was awakened from its slumber

  • kenntaron
    kenntaron 11 days ago

    Avenger ?

  • 칼리넴
    칼리넴 11 days ago

    Grid man?

  • WrongTurn
    WrongTurn 12 days ago

    It was cooler when the old Ultraman crossed his arms and mega lasers shot out, he had magical god like powers, new Ultraman is just a mech. But I'm probably too old now to like this.

  • Danish Rao
    Danish Rao 12 days ago

    Finally after so long it finally came

  • chaewoong lee
    chaewoong lee 12 days ago

    Such a waste of money

  • sekitar banten
    sekitar banten 12 days ago

    Colek balik ka

  • steve salinas
    steve salinas 12 days ago

    Lei el manga y deseaba un anime esto se ve muy bien espero traten la historia con el respeto que se merece, suerte!

  • Dayu Gigih
    Dayu Gigih 13 days ago

    April fool's. LOL

  • napoleon yong
    napoleon yong 13 days ago

    Blyat, u sure it's not ironu mann

  • WM ASMA DINIE
    WM ASMA DINIE 13 days ago

    20fps?

  • ゆとうミンジェ
    ゆとうミンジェ 13 days ago

    幹我要哭了

  • Lee Susanto
    Lee Susanto 13 days ago

    Why i smeel the april fools?

    • The iron Empoleon
      The iron Empoleon 7 hours ago

      Lee Susanto would be an interesting April fools joke if it wasn’t that tsuburaya (the company that owns ultraman) keeps making trailers for this show

  • Alex Zheng
    Alex Zheng 14 days ago +2

    But for real, Ultraman is really a great show out there, if you haven't ever watch it yet, you should, this was one of my childhood. I still watch it sometimes.

  • Ilove Gamin5g
    Ilove Gamin5g 15 days ago

    WHERES ULTRAMAN BEBIAL’S NORMAL FORM

  • Elvin Arief Maulana
    Elvin Arief Maulana 15 days ago

    Giri giri made ganbatte

  • Dan Simpson
    Dan Simpson 15 days ago +6

    “Remember this, human... My name is Bemular...And I’m you’re very first enemy!”

  • りよSavage
    りよSavage 15 days ago

    ultramen vs iron man ;))

  • Syzygy
    Syzygy 15 days ago

    Ul tra man

  • Volt's Nightcore Studio

    ultraman become icon man large version! XD