Ultraman is undeniably the king of all Japanese heroes when it comes to Japanese Tokusatsu entertainment. In Japan, Ultraman and all his various forms and his monstrous foes the Ultra Monsters are more widely recognized than Gamera or even Godzilla. Making its television debut in 1966, Ultraman was created by Eiji Tsuburaya and his own special effects company Tsuburaya Productions. This review will cover probably Ultraman’s most widely recognized arch nemesis and Ultra Monster known to fans as Gomora. Ultra Monster Gomora made its debut appearance in the Ultraman tv series (1966-1967) in the episodes entitled “The Monster Prince: Part 1” and “The Monster Prince: Part 2”. Scientists in the show along with the Science Patrol find a revived dinosaur on a remote island and successfully tranquilize it. An airlift operation is concocted to bring the giant monster back to Osaka, Japan for a World Expo event. The plan of course fails and the monster awakes prematurely and escapes. Gomora eventually faces off against the military and Ultraman. One of Ultraman’s strongest foes, Gomora actually wins the first time the two giants do battle. Only with the cooperation of the military and science patrol does Ultraman ultimately prevail in a rematch. Gomora has since made countless appearances in subsequent Ultraman tv series and movies, making him a very popular and recognizable Ultra Monster. Ultra-Act Gomora can be considered Bandai/Tamashi Nations’s first attempt at making a highly articulated tokusatsu monster with extreme sculpt detail and articulation facilitated by ball joints. Designed and manufactured by Bandai/Tamashi Nations, the Ultra-Act toyline can be considered the forefather of the SH MonsterArts toyline, pioneering much of the same figure design advancements and features seen in later Godzilla figures. Is this figure worth your attention, time, and money? You know the cue! Hit the jump for more!