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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 it focuses on soft vinyl figures in the size of 10cm.

Lineup

Part 1

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

Part 2

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

Part 3

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

Part 4

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

Part 5

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

Part 6

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

Part 7

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 Editions

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

Gallery

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