1991 Bandai 6 Inch Ultraman Series Red King Vinyl Figure

1991 Bandai 6 Inch Ultraman Series Red King Vinyl Figure

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1991 Bandai 6 Inch Ultraman Series Red King Vinyl Figure

This 6-inch tall figure was produced in Japan in 1991 for Ultraman TV series

The figure was sold loose and comes with it's original card still attached.

History:

The first Red King was discovered on a remote island filled with other monsters, where a small group of scientists had been terrorized and all but one were ultimately killed.

Red King appeared along with Magular and Chandora. This episode also featured the first appearance of Pigmon, a monster the size of a human child that was friendly toward humans. The reason for the monster's appearance is that the magnetic field on the island is off-balance, causing creatures to mutate. The island was later named "Tatara Island".

Red King defeated Chandlar by tearing off a limb/wing and throwing the dismembered limb, as well as some rocks, at him as the monster fled, and was never seen or heard from again. Mauglar, a burrowing monster, apparently survived the episode almost unnoticed, but was eventually killed by the Science Patrol. Red King killed Pigmon by creating an avalanche of rocks. Once Ultraman appeared, Red King was defeated without the need for the Specium Ray (Except for when Ultraman used it on a rock Red King was about to throw at him). After being thrown around a few times, Red King got paralyzed. - Ultraman Wiki

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