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Ultraman Sofubi Dou (ウルトラマン ソフビ道) is one of the sublines for HG Ultraman Series, and the line focuses on soft vinyl figures in the size of 10cm.

LineupEdit

Part 1Edit

Release Date: December 2001
  • Ultraman (A-Type)
  • Ultraman Tiga (Multi Type)
  • Ultraman Cosmos (Luna Mode)
  • Bemlar
  • Baltan Seijin
  • Neronga
  • Eleking
  • Kanegon

Part 2Edit

Release Date: April 2002
  • Ultraman Cosmos (Corona Mode)
  • Ultraman Cosmos (Eclipse Mode)
  • Ultraseven
  • Ragon
  • Greenmons
  • Guesra
  • Antlar
  • Metron Seijin

Part 3Edit

Release Date: July 2002
  • Ultraman Jack
  • Magular
  • Pigmon
  • Red King
  • Chandlar
  • Booska
  • King Joe
  • Beacon

Part 4Edit

Release Date: October 2002
  • Ultraman Ace
  • Ultraman Justice (Standard Mode)
  • Gabora
  • Jirass
  • Gango
  • Kemur Man
  • Guts Seijin
  • Jumbo King

Part 5Edit

Release Date: May 2003
  • Ultraman Taro
  • Father of Ultra
  • Dodongo
  • Mummy Man
  • Pestar
  • Zetton
  • Hipporito Seijin
  • Temperor Seijin

Part 6Edit

Release Date: August 2003
  • Ultraman Cosmos (Future Mode)
  • Ultraman Justice (Crusher Mode)
  • Ultraman Legend
  • Ultraman King
  • Gloker Pawn
  • Gloker Rook
  • Gloker Bishop

Part 7Edit

Release Date: May 2004
  • Ultraman Leo
  • Ultraman (Type-B)
  • Ultraman (Type-B, Teleportation ver.)
  • Gamakujira
  • Gavadon (Type-A)
  • Gavadon (Type-B)
  • Baltan Seijin (Generation 2)

Limited EditionsEdit

  • Baltan Seijin Clear Blue ver. (Hyper Hobby 2003 April issue exclusive)

GalleryEdit

NOTE: All images courtesy of biglobe.ne.jp.

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