Ultraman is the last Netflix original anime to air its first episode on April 1 of last year. This is the perfect series to binge this summer, with flawless and beautiful fight scenes.
Fans loved the melancholy and references to the 1966 Ultraman, though it does have its downsides, including animation and artificial character movements.
The Release Date of “Ultraman”
The second season is happening. On June 11, 2019, the official Twitter account of this web television series issued an official statement, with an update on the second installment.
Generally, anime production takes a long time, it takes longer to reach perfection. With current concerns about the epidemic currently underway, the new coronavirus, production may once again take a seat. At the latest, we can expect the sequel to launch in late 2020 or early 2021.
Season 2 of the great graphic series is just around the corner. The new season features a unique personality with the three “Ultraman” veterans hailing from season 3. The new character “Ultraman Taro”, played by Tatsuhisa Suzuki, has armor engulfed in flames.
In the series, Ultraman Taro was educated and after years of training, he chose to pass on the legacy and train Ultraman. But this was the story. We can infer the similarity between the two plots. Since this version of the series is based on a manga by Eiichi Shimizu and Tomohiro Shimoguchi, the first one focuses on Ultraman’s son, Shinjiro Hayata, you can only speculate on the sudden character.
However, what fans can expect is to see Shinjiro’s progress from Hero, and he can dig more roots into his father’s past. The season is likely to bring in some healthy villains and barbarians challenging our hero.
Here is a list of voice actors who will join the series.
- D.C. Douglas as Edo
- Josh Hutcherson as Shinjiro
- Cristina Valenzuela
- Tara Sands as Rena
- Michael Yurchak as Igaru
- Gunnar Sizemore as Seiji Hokuto ‘Ace’
- Mick Wingert as Yapool