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I belive that the series must be called by their original japanese names. It should be, in my view, "Kaettekita Ultraman" instead of "Return Of Ultraman" and "Za Ultraman" instead of "The Ultraman". We're talking about japanese productions, produced in japanese language.
Well, you do have a point, and I agree with.
I think "The Ultraman" makes more sense (since "Za" is supposed to be "The" anyway), but I agree about "Kaettekita Ultraman". I think we can work that out. Ryuuseipro
...Uh yeah, don't do "Za Ultraman" or anything ridiculous like that. If you want to keeping an extreme romanization like that, you might as well use pure Japanese. It's like saying it should be "Za Urutoraman"...
Hey , Ultraman , Ultraseven , Return of Ultraman (Kaettekitta Urutoraman) and Ultraman Tiga was dubbed in portuguese too (in Brazil) .
Licensing right dispute
First off, there are more to it than that. Some Thai supporters claimed that Tsuburaya released the Hanuman movie to some regions w/o Chaiyo's consent, which played a role in the legal battle. I have no details but may be someone can explain this.
Then, the phrase "It has also resulted in a slight backlash against Thai Ultraman fans, who are assumed to be outright Chaiyo supporters." I'm not going to argue with that, but some Thai do think Sompote is a liar.Suredeath 15:26, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
More on Licensing Right Dispute, following up the new ruling by the court, the firm representing Tsubaraya (the Japanese one) run an ads in newspapers basically announcing what's legal and what's not. I wrote the last sentence based on that ads. But now when I looked at it, frankly, what I included may be entirely wrong. Does anyone have a copy of this ad or the actual statement from the ruling?Suredeath (talk) 04:21, 18 December 2007 (UTC)
Ok, I, and the staff of both sites, noticed that nearly all of the Ultra Monster articals are just copied and pasted from World of Ultra or Monster Archieves, without being sourced, which quite obviously, I think is against the rules of this site. Now before anyone asks 'well change it or source it yourself', simply put, its nearly ALL OF THEM! And this is really annoying! Also, I work with World of Ultra and submitted some of those histories, then before the day its posted is out, there copied and pasted here. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 01:12, 11 January 2010 (UTC)
number of ultraman
"At present, Tsuburaya Prod. accepts 36 Ultramen as official (counting Ultraman Legend, the combined form of Ultramen Cosmos and Justice, as a separate entity)" which are the 36? i don't remember there is that many ultraman -184.108.40.206 (talk) 12:54, 29 June 2010 (UTC)
As for me, I cannot understand why the Japanese Ultraman's creators would want to export him to America when DC comics holds the rights to a supervillain of that name who is actually an evil version of Superman and heads the Crime Syndicate of America. There was even a made for video film featuring the Crime Syndicate of America, who are supposed to be residents of an alternate Earth.== — Preceding unsigned comment added by Glammazon (talk • contribs) 20:32, 3 November 2013 (UTC)