The First Trailer From Koichi Sakamoto‘s Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends - The Movie

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Nippon Cinema / Avery Guerra

Tsuburaya is teaming up Warner Bros for the release of the 38th instalment of the Japanese superhero franchise "Ultraman." The film, entitled "Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends - The Movie", is a major step above past efforts, with state of the art CGI effects and a story that incorporates the past incarnations of "Ultraman" for a battle royal.

Just listen to this synopsis:

The evil Ultraman Belial was imprisoned by the Ultraman King tens of thousands of years ago. When he finally escapes, he attempts to use the Giga-Battlenizer to control 100 giant monsters and conquer the galaxy. On the Ultraman homeworld, where there is no 3-minute time restriction, a team of 50 Ultramen including Ultraman, Ultra Seven, and Ultraman Mebius among many others mobilize to put a stop to Ultraman Belial’s plans and face off against his monsters.

The first trailer for the film has just been released and it looks pretty bad-ass. Kinda looks like "Ultraman" meets "Star Wars."

100 giant monsters battling a team of 50 Ultramen......oh hell yes!

Warner Bros will releasing the film in Japan on December 12th. No word yet if there are any plans to release here in America.

Check out the official website:

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