X-Plus is releasing the Kiyla Version Two figure which is actually the third version of this figure. The original release was 15 years ago in regular and monochrome colors, the second was 9 years ago as part of the Giant line (predecessor to the Gigantic line). This version features a new sculpt that is 24cm tall, features light up eyes, and retails for 17,600 yen. It can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus with release scheduled for July 2020.
Bandai/Tamashii has announced with the release of Ultraman Ace in the S.H. Figuarts line they are re-releasing the other Ultra Brothers, Ultraman, Ultraman Jack, Ultra Seven, Zoffy, Ultraman Taro. All but Ultraman are the same figures released previously, Ultraman is the same figure but packaged without accessories as the Best Selection version. Ultraman is scheduled for June release, all others are July releases, and all will be available from multiple retailers.
Bandai is releasing the S.H. Figuarts Ultraman Geed Ultimate Final figure, the second figure announcement in as many days. This figure stands 15cm tall, features Giga finalizer weapon, extra hands, and color timer, and will retail for 7,150 yen. It can be pre-ordered from Bandai now with release scheduled for July 2020.
Tamashii/Bandai is releasing the last of the Ultra brothers, Ultraman Ace. Ultraman, Ultraman Jack, Ultra Seven, Zoffy, Ultraman Taro are the others and all have been released in the line. Ace stands 15cm tall, features two effects pieces, extra hands, and color timer, and retails for 6,050 yen. This figure is a general release, pre-orders will start on Feb 25th with release scheduled for July 2020.
Bandai is releasing the Converge Ultraman Hero's Series 01 Candy Figures, a series of small deformed style figures. This series includes Ultraman (Anime), Seven (Anime), Adad (Anime), Gaia (from Ultraman Be Ultra game), Ultraman A (not pictured), and Ultraman B (not pictured). Each figure is approx 6cm tall, comes with candy (gum), and retail for 6050 yen for a set of ten figures (at least one complete set). They can be pre-ordered now from Bandai with release schedule for June 2020.
Banpresto has shown teases of there upcoming Ichiban Kuji Ultraman lottery figures and now we have more info on them. There will be a Masterlise figure of Ultraman that stands 25cm tall and is very detailed, also there will be Deforme-X figures of Ultraman, Seven, and Ace, are 7.5cm tall deformed style figures (it appears all three will be the prize). Other prizes include clear file set, towel, key chain/holder, as well as two extra chances to get the Masterlise figure (images of the other prizes were not shown). Tickets will be 850 yen with release set for June, it is unclear when the lottery will start but it will take places in a number of retailers in Japan.
Bandai is releasing the Figure-Rise Standard Ultraman Suit Evil Tiga Model Kit, the next in the Figure-Rise line. The kit is 1/12 scale, articulated, comes with the Evil Fork and Evil shot effect, exchangeable hands, and stickers, it also features a light up color changing color timer unit that also lights up the eyes. This kit will retail for 5,280 yen, can be pre-ordered now from Bandai and other retailers, with release scheduled fro May 2020.
Also of note some of the earlier Figure-Rise kits are being re-releasing with new joint parts for body and neck to give them better articulation (Action models).
Acro originally revealed this figure as a prototype back at Summer Wonder Festival 2019 now it a completed figure. This figure was created by Takayuki Takeya and Junnosuke Abe based on a design by Yasushi Nirasawa. The figure uses clear vinyl on the arms and head to give it a cool look, it stands 32cm tall, and will retail for 14,800 yen. It can be pre-ordered from Acro with release scheduled for April 2020.
Also being released is the KRS PK Bird Eater figure (bottom) an original kaiju by Paul Komoda, it stands 18cm tall, and retails for 6,500 yen. This is the second version of this creature with this one featuring an open mouth and split jaw (similar to Shin Godzilla). It can also be pre-ordered now here with release in March 2020.
Bandai is releasing the Figure-Rise Standard Ultraman Suit Zero Model Kit, the next in the Figure-Rise line. The kit is 1/12 scale, articulated, comes with a weapon (Zero Lance), exchangeable hands, and stickers, it also features a light up color changing color timer unit that also lights up the eyes. This kit will retail for 3,520 yen, can be pre-ordered now from Bandai and other retailers, with release scheduled fro June 2020.