Ultraman figures from the Ultraman series were made into toys since 1960 from today. They're made from many companies: Marusan, Bulmark, Popy and mostly Bandai from today.
List of Ultraman Toys
Below and on the following page, are examples by Marusan, and other toy companies from this early period in Ultraman toys. Of note, these early toys often don't look very realistic, and can be rather rough in appearance. Ultraman was originally inspired by various Buddha statues in Japan, and one can almost sense a sereneness in these early figures.
The first Ultraman figure (The first picture from the gallery) made by Marusan toys, 1966. Note the lines on the ears. Standard size, 9 inches tall.
The first Ultraman figure made by Marusan toys, 1966. Note the lines on the ears. Standard size, 9 inches tall.
On the left side is the Marusan big size Ultraman. 11-1/2 inches tall, 1967. With second edition Marusan Ultraman.
Incredibly rare Red Ultraman by Bullmark. Standard size ( 9 inches tall ) This version was marketed towards girls in 1966.
1966, Takutoku Toys (logo is TT), Ultraman sprinkling toy.12-1/2 inches long. Gold Tsuburaya sticker copyright under arm. They also made a Ultraseven figure in the same pose.
20 inches tall, Marusan 1966 Talking Ultraman ( non talking version ). Released in a talking and non talking version, Features hard plastic body, ultraman suit made of silk like material, semi posable arms, and thin soft vinyl boots.
Marusan Battery Operated Hyata talking doll ( also available in non-talking version). This doll is similar to the doll above in construction. Complete with very rare box.
12-1/2 inch tall Marusan Ultraman, 1966. This particular toy was sold in this silver finish, so kids could paint the red color them selves. Also known as a "poly vinyl" doll.
Very rare, 19 inch tall, Marusan Ultraman. Originally sold only as a Christmas special edition figure in 1966.
Ultraman Sand Toy
Ultraman Sand Pail.
A strange figure of Ultraman Riding a trycicle
Ultraseven doll by Marusan, 1967
Standard size, Ultraseven by Marusan. 9" inches tall
The mostly saled toy that released by Bandai company called "Ultra Hero Series. The length of the toy was 6 to 8 inch. The toy will released at 2000 and will resculpted in 2009 added with one new character Ultraman Zero and saled with new packaging.
The 2000s version of Zoffy's figure.
The 2000s version of Evil Tiga's figure
The 2000s version of Ultraman Legend's figure.
The 2000s version of Ultraman Cosmos Future's figure
The Ultraman Ace's figure with new packaging that released on 2009