It is time to get over pain, and get over mind! That is because Tamashii Nations is producing S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Geed Primitive. For those who are not fans of the Ultra series, Ultraman Geed is the son of Ultraman Belial; the first villainous Ultraman in the series, who made his debut in the 2009 film, Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie. There Belial would become rivals with the son of Ultraseven, Ultraman Zero, and their battles would continue throughout the years. This lead to Ultraman Geed, where Belial created himself a son to serve as pawn in his new devious scheme. However, Belial’s son, Riku Asakura, learned of his “destiny”, and turned against his father. Furthermore, Ultraman Geed is a fusion based Ultraman like Ultraman Orb; to become Ultraman Geed Primitive, Riku must fuse the original Ultraman, and Belial together with the use of his Ultra Capsules.
Now, as for Tamashii Nations’ S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Geed Primitive, the figure will make an attempt to create the character in Figuarts form. This release will consist of the main body, three pairs of additional hands, a Color Timer, and Ultraman Geed’s signature attack the Wrecking Burst! Too bad though, that Tamashii Nations has yet to make a Tamashii Effect Thunder Red Version, because it would complete the display for the Wrecking Burst. Never the less, here is the full gallery on Tamashii Nations’ website:
S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Geed Primitive is a retail release that will stock in February 2018. The price for this figure is set at 5,940 yen, but select retailers may offer discounted prices. Pre-orders for the item will begin to open tomorrow, Friday, September 29 at Japan Standard Time. Currently it is not confirmed if S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Geed Primitive will be distributed to North America via Bluefin Tamashii. Ultraman Geed airs Saturdays in Japan, with limited streaming on YouTube. Whereas, in North America, Crunchyroll simulcasts new episodes on Fridays at 9:30 pm est, with entire series available on demand. Tomorrow, the series airs its 13th episode, a clip-show that will recap the first half of Ultraman Geed.