X-Plus is releasing four Ultraman figures in June, they include LMS Ultraman Taro Appearance Pose, LMS Babarue, and the "I'm Taking The Earth" (Return of Ultraman episode 48) Soft Set that includes Yametaranese and Sasahiller. Ultraman Taro Appearance Pose features a light up gimmick for the eyes and color timer (Ric version only), it stands 25cm tall, and retails for 14,040 yen. Babarue comes with Babarue chain(?), it stands 23cm tall, and retails for 15,552 yen. Yametaranese and Sasahiller are both soft vinyl figures (squishy), they stand 23.5 and 23cm tall respectively, and the set will retail for 27,000 yen. All can be pre-ordered from the X-Plus site with release scheduled for June 2018.
X-Plus is releasing the Large Monster Series Ultraman Great figure, the first English speaking Ultraman. There are two versions the standard and the Ric which adds a light up feature for the eyes and color timer. This figure stands 26cm tall and retails for 10,800 yen for the standard, 14,040 yen for the Ric. They can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus (Ric), and other retailers (standard), with release scheduled for May 2018.
X-Plus has announced their May releases and they include two Ultraman and one Spectreman figures, Ultraman Zoffy RMC, Chameleking, and Mogunetudon. Ultraman Zoffy is a RMC figure (resin), it features a light up gimmick for it's eyes and color timer, and stands 26cm tall with base. It retails for 19,980 yen. Large Monster Series Chameleking Ric Boy comes with a "golden" egg, it stands 25cm tall, and retails for 16,200 yen. LMS Mogunetudon, the two headed Spectreman kaiju, stands 24cm tall and retails for 16,740 yen. All can be pre-ordered now with release scheduled for May 2018.
X-Plus is releasing the Large Monster Series Earthtron (Arstron) Luminescence Version Ric Exclusive, it features a light up gimmick for the eyes as well as two replacement horns (long, short, broken). It stands 23cm tall (approx 9 inches) and retails for 13,500 yen (approx $126 US). It can be pre-ordered now from the X-Plus site with release in April 2018.
X-Plus is releasing King Crab and a WonderFest exclusive Garamon Kit. King Crab stands 25cm tall, and will retail for 16,740 yen. It can be pre-ordered now from the Ric site with release scheduled for April 2018. Garamon is a WonderFest exclusive is molded in a red vinyl, there will be 75 available at WonderFest with another 75 available via web lottery afterwards. It will retail for 8,000 yen.
X-Plus is releasing the Real Master Collection Ultraman Leo & Astra Set, these resin figures come with a base as well. Both figures stand 22cm tall (just under 9 inches) and the set retails for 30,780 yen (approx $273 US). These figures were molded from the vinyl versions of each. They can be pre-ordered now from X-Plus with release scheduled for March 2018.
X-Plus is releasing an Alien Perolynga kit as a Super Festival 76 Exclusive, they have released similar kits previously at these shows. The kit is unpainted, made up of approx seven pieces, and will retail for approx 7,000 yen. As usual 50 kits will be available for sale at the show, another 100 will be available for a web lottery afterwards. Super Festival is Jan 7th in Tokyo.
X-Plus is releasing the Soft Series Stegon Ric Boy Limited figure, this figure is made of soft vinyl (squishy) instead of the harder vinyl used in most figures. It is 20cm in length (just under 8 inches) and will retail for 13,500 yen (approx $120 US). It can be pre-ordered from the Ric site with release in March 2018.
X-Plus is releasing Ultraman Pandon Version 2 figure, this version comes with replacement arm and leg. The figure is a Ric exclusive, it stands 27cm tall (almost 11 inches) and retails for 15,552 yen (approx $137 US). It can be pre-ordered from the X-Plus site now with release in March 2018.
X-Plus showed off a number of figures at Tokyo Comic Con while some were ones we seen previously there was some updates including two Ultraman kaiju, Pandon and Chameleking. Both were shown previously as unpainted prototypes but are now full color figures. Only the release dates (March and May 2018) were revealed no pricing yet.