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This will probably sound like blasphemy to some other Ultraman fans out there, but my favorite version was the animated movie THE ADVENTURES OF ULTRAMAN [FHE release of a movie based on ULTRAMAN JOE . But that's probably because that was the only Ultraman-related film I had on video, so I could watch over and over...which I did - endlessly. I just bought a copy of that movie from e Bay (my original was worn out long ago), and drove my wife crazy reciting the thing almost line by line. We're still on the fence about that -- our sales haven't been as strong as I'd hoped they'd be.Ultraman's core audience is there, and I've received some really great, really sincere letters from people who are happy that we're doing the series. we don't seem to be reaching beyond that core audience, and to survive in today's fragile American comics market, that's crucial. O: I know there are 10 issues of the HK Ultraman Tiga.With the recent addition of Gx M, GMK, and now Gx MG, Sony has brought no less than 17 Toho scifi/fantasy films to American audiences, far more than any other studio.ULTRAMAN TIGA is involved in a second assault on the American market.I traveled all the way down to Comic Con International in San Diego, California to meet the Dark Horse editors, and just happened to time my application when DH had an opening in their Editorial department. O: What was it that prompted Dark Horse to publish an Ultraman comic and how were you chosen to helm it?A few job interviews and grammar tests later, I was in. JB: I was looking for a project of my own to launch and was having trouble finding anything that met the specifics I needed. O: Did you have much exposure to Ultraman before this?Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired North American rights to GODZILLA X MECHAGODZILLA (aka Gx MG), the 26th movie in Toho Studios' Godzilla series.
GODZILLA X MECHAGODZILLA was first shown in the US by Toho at the American Film Marketplace in Santa Monica, CA.
JB: Before we got started, I spoke to everyone involved about this, a decision was made to 'adapt' the scripts rather than translate them outright, which I think has worked out really well. Wong is a great storyteller, and I wanted to make sure that his vision remained intact, but at the same I knew that some of the Asian euphemisms and writing styles might not immediately cross over to Western readers.
So we've carefully adapted the stories in a way that stays true to what the original artists intended, while at the same time making them a little more accessible to a Western audience. I have to say, I've received a tremendous boost from Brad Warner at Tsuburaya.
SPACE GIANTS is really what got it all started for me, and from there I soaked up everything I could.
ULTRAMAN always stood out as being the best of the bunch. O: Was it always the main goal to reprint the Jade Dynasty comic? JB: The plan was to use the Chinese comics as a test of the market, to see if there was enough of a demand for new material.
If the run is successful, where do you go from there? JB: Yeah, we have the 10 issues, and we'll do all of those. If the sales numbers are strong enough, I'd like to do a six-issue miniseries at least once a year.