Netflix Drops Key Art for Long-Awaited 'Ultraman' Season 2

The series returns spring of 2022.

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Following a widely successful first season back in 2019, Netflix, Production I.G and Sola Digital Arts are now returning with a second season for the Ultraman anime season, finally dropping the upcoming season’s key art after a two-year hiatus.

Unveiled during the streaming platform’s Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event, the new poster showcases what fans have been longing ever since the premiere of the show: a reunion of all six Ultra 6 Brothers. Joining Ultraman, Seven and Ace will be Zoffy, Jack and Taro, although no explanation has been given yet as to how they’ll make their debut. During the announcement, the main protagonist Shinjiro Hayata’s voice actor Ryohei Kimura also teased the entrance of new foes such as Ace Killer and the return of season one’s antagonist Adad.

Other plot details remain scarce at the moment as well, but season two’s release date is still some time away, so fans should definitely stay tuned for more updates and trailers to come.

Elsewhere in entertainment, Riot Games and Netflix have finally released the official trailer for the League of Legends animated series Arcane.

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