Ultraman

Ultraman

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Graphic Novel - 2015
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"Decades ago, a being known as the Giant of Light joined together with Shin Hayata of the Science Special Search Party to save Earth from an invasion of terrifying monsters called Kaiju. Now, many years later, those dark days are fading into memory, and the world is at peace. But in the shadows, a new threat is growing, a danger that can only be faced by a new kind of hero--a new kind of Ultraman... Shinjiro is an ordinary teenager but his father is the legendary Shin Hayata. When he learns that his father passed on the "Ultraman Factor" to him and that he possesses incredible powers, nothing will ever be the same again"--Back cover.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, LLC, [2015]
Edition: VIZ Signature ed.
ISBN: 9781421581828
Characteristics: 232 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm

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Scythers Jan 16, 2018

An intriguing series. Be forewarned, it is slightly graphic at times when humans are killed by aliens: not so much seeing guts and stuff, but rather the concepts of how they are being killed. The premise is that there are aliens on earth, and there was a hero named Ultraman (which was a real previous series by another author) who defeated invading aliens and sent off the rest (so we thought) away from earth. Turns out some friendlies and old acquantances stuck around, as well as some not so friendly aliens and some new ennemies. Now there are two new ultramen: one with similar abilities to the original, enhanced by a high-tech mechanical suit, the other by an ever-more advanced mechanized suit that gets tweeked all the time. So far, it is not a light-happy series with it's dark moments and moods, but judging by it's genre and it's predecessor, things will be viewed with an ever more positive, friendship-wins-all lense.

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Otakugamer223
Dec 11, 2017

Like every manga reboot, better than the original

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arndtj
Jul 18, 2016

Remember that cheezy Japanese sci-fi with massive monsters that would destroy the city and a massive Power Ranger-like hero who would wrestle them and defend the city?

That was Ultraman.

This is the 2012 manga reboot. The monsters and heroes are smaller, but the actions is still plenty destructive.

It only took an afternoon to clear this one. It was fun though. It's nice to have an easy read once in a while.

There's aliens, exo-suit armour, blasters, a touch of science, a dash of father-son drama, lots of smart action panels and a heavy dose of predictability.

I'll look for volume 2, but it's not on my priority list.

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Robblerocket
Jun 11, 2016

Robblerocket thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 99

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