Ultraman beams down to Malaysia

Ultraman beams down to Malaysia

The Ultra Heroes Tour showcases the latest characters and collectibles from the popular Ultraman franchise

FROM November 10 to 27, Malaysia is playing host to the Ultra Heroes Tour Southeast Asia at Paradigm Mall in Petaling Jaya.

Under the banner of its brand, Tamashii Nations, the event is organised by Bandai Spirits in collaboration with Bandai Namco Asia Co Ltd. Fans of the iconic Japanese live action series Ultraman will be captivated by the event that includes live shows, the latest collectibles and exhibits.

Fans of the popular Japanese franchise will be able to take photos with their favourite Ultraman. – Pic courtesy of Tamashii Nations

Visitors will be among the first to meet Ultraman Decker, the latest release of the highly popular Ultraman series, currently airing in Japan. Other than that, there will also be photo opportunities with a human sized Ultraman Decker statue that towers over two metres, sculpted based on ‘S.H.Figuarts’, the flagship figure line of the Tamashii Nations brand.

The Ultraman Live Show features Ultraman Decker and Ultraman Trigger in an adrenaline rush, action-packed battle with the monster Satandelos. The spectacle takes place at 1pm, 4pm and 7pm each Saturday (November 12, 19 and 26) and Sunday (November 13, 20 and 27).

A live performance of a battle between Ultraman and a Kaiju monster will take place every Saturday and Sunday. Courtesy Tamashii Nations. – Pic courtesy of Tamashii Nations
The exhibits includes a special video presentation which features Japanese stars, Hiroki Matsumoto, who plays Kanata Asumi on Ultraman Decker, and Raiga Terasaka, who plays Kengo Manaka on Ultraman Trigger. Other exhibits include impressive dioramas, which promises realistic scenes from the Ultraman series.

For diehard fans and collectors, the Malaysia tour offers a spectacular line-up of new, upcoming, and event-exclusive Ultraman collectible figures from S.H.Figuarts and Tamashii Nations Box by Tamashii Nations.

The exhibit features a 2m tall Ultraman statue. – Pic courtesy of Tamashii Nations

The Ultraman Tour first kicked off in Thailand before arriving in Malaysia and expects to draw over 180,000 people throughout the entire duration of the Southeast Asia tour. The Ultra Heroes Tour South East Asia is free to attend every day from 10am to 1pm. Visitors must be at least 15 years old, and those under this age must be accompanied by an adult.

source – The Vibes


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