Ultraman is a Japanese superhero, who has generated decades of iterations to the Ultraman Universe. He is ideal for many in the Kyodai Hero genre of tokusatsu movies. Its second edition hit Netflix on April 14th, 2022. It will give a superb chance to the global audience to explore more about the franchise.
In Japan, Tokusatsu is the term used to describe live-action science fiction, fantasy, or horror movies and television dramas that intensely rely on special effects. The Godzilla franchise and Power Rangers are two of the perfect examples of this niche.
The Multiverse of this superhero, where the Ultra Series happens, spans decades of stories, monsters, and Ultraman from the premiere tokusatsu television series.
Trailer for Netflix’s Ultraman Season 2
In the fiery sequence of the recently released trailer, the old meets new. Besides featuring the return of Ultraman, it showcases a gathering of six of these same superheroes concerning the Ultra 6 Brothers crossover events.
Season 2 hit Netflix on the 14th of April and is available only on this platform.
Voice Cast for the Season
Ryohei Kimura leads the Japanese voice actors. Takuya Eguchi (Haikyuu!, Kuroko No Basket) aligns with Kimura (The Ambition of Oda Nobuna). Megumi Han, who played Gon in Hunter x Hunter, and Hiroaki Hirata, who played Sanjhi in One Piece and Klein in Sword Art Online, are included in the cast too.
The series is memorable for coming up with a few prominent English voice actors, so undoubtedly English dub fans would enjoy it. One such example is the casting of Josh Hutcherson as the new Ultraman Shinjiro Hayata, who is noted for his roles in Bridge to Terabithia and The Hunger Games.
Shinjiro’s father, the original Ultraman Shin Hayata, is done by American voice actor Fred Tatasciore. Dan Moroboshi is played by Liam O’Brien, better noted for his part as Gaara in Naruto, Captain Jushiro Ukitake in Bleach, and Lloyd in Code Grass.