Grab your Beta Capsule because it’s time for another edition of This Week In The Nerd Fandom. One of the main focuses of this roundup is Ultraman. But fear not. We’ll be discussing several other announcements that have come up recently.
Tsuburaya Productions and Netflix Announce A Release Date For The Ultraman Animated Film
It has been almost three years since Tsuburaya Productions and Netflix announced a new partnership for a brand-new CG animated Ultraman film on Netflix. It now has a release window, and that is centered around 2024. It will feature the directorial debut of Shannon Tindle, best known for his work Coraline and Kubo and the Two Strings. Also making his Feature Directorial Debut is John Aoshima, signing on as Co-Director.
Ultraman And His Allies Face Their Darkest Hour In The Newest Trailer For Ultraman: The Final Season
Our Heroes are facing their darkest hour in the newest trailer for the final season of Ultraman. The latest trailer highlights the newest OP and ED theme. According to Crunchyroll, the opening theme titled RAYS is performed by NOILION and MIYAVI. The ending theme titled AVIATION is performed by Void_Chords feat. Ryohei&Foggy-D.
Ultraman Regulos Is Coming To YouTube and Ultraman Connection in May 2023
The Mysterious Hero featured in Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Destined Crossroad is finally getting a series. Ultraman Regulos will be focusing on this hero’s mysterious past and feature The Cosmo Beast Fighters in action! The series will premiere on The Official Ultraman YouTube Channel and Ultraman Connection on May 23rd. Also coming to Ultraman Connection and Official Ultraman YouTube Channel on July 4th. For more information on both shows, Tsuburaya Productions has further details.
Am I Actually The Strongest? Is Set To Premiere In July 2023
Oh, look it’s another Isekai Anime! Based on the light novel series by Sai Sumimori, Am I Actually The Strongest? The new anime is set to premiere in July 2023. For more on this, Crunchyroll has further details.
INUYASHIKI LAST HERO Is Now Available on Crunchyroll
This was certainly one of the biggest surprises of the week. Based on the GANTZ manga by Hiroya Oku, Inuyashiki Last Hero, is now available on Crunchyroll. It consists of eleven episodes and the animation production was handled by MAPPA.
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon Reveals New Gameplay and Release Date
From the developers who brought you Dark Souls and Elden Ring bring you Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon. FromSoftware and Bandai Namco Entertainment bring you exciting new gameplay and a new release date. It is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam on August 25th, and is now available to pre-order.
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