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Space. The final frontier... by cheeks-74 Space. The final frontier... by cheeks-74
....or not. :P I had to do that to you. hehehe

Here we have Science Patrol Hayata and his alter ego Ultraman.


Hope y'all digs!
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jmlima Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013
Very Nice, Ficou muito bom essa versão de um dos maiores clássicos japoneses!
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mcreadyman Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2012  Student General Artist
is the ultraman in the picture a remake of the original ultraman or is it your own ultra?
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mayozilla Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2011
cool , great detals amigo
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Warriorking4ever Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2011
Awesome work, gotta love the oldschool Ultraman!
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krnbboyj Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
cool style!
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katsuki777 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
Im such a big fan of you're work! , and im a big ultraman fan when i was a kid . Hope to see you do some Kamen rider ones!
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cheeks-74 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2010   General Artist
thank you so much! i hope to be able to draw one soon!
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dyiyi Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2010
:wow: Amazing!
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kamenriderace Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2008
God, I remember that show along with Johnny Socko & His Flying Robot (which was called simply Giant Robo in Japan). They'd air the two shows every other day on local syndicated channel TV 20 in Detroit during the late 1970s-early 1980s, along with the 1960s Spider-Man cartoons and so on. Now if they'd only release Johnny Socko on DVD I can relive those childhood memories in one sitting during the rare days off from work I ever get.

Oh, and I dig your interpretation of Hayata and the Defender from Galaxy M-78 himself. Of course, I've also grown to be a fan of Ultra Seven and Ultraman Ace thanks to the TNT Network and the so-called "bootleg VHS market" of the 1990s.
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Austin-Buell Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012  Student General Artist
I thought they did release it on DVD.

Ultraman was, but that was licensed from Chaiyo which infringed on the copyrights of Tsuburaya's.

I only came to know this series from my dad ,but I have not seen much of it.
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