Ultra Q Episode 16 : Gentleman Asaki - Painted Non-scale
Work size (including diorama base): W60 x D60 x H110mm
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
A scene from the 16th episode of "Ultra Q", "Garamond strikes back", has been made into a palm-sized diorama and vignette by Gentaro Asaki.
Ultra Q is the first in a series of fantasy special effects that aired in 1966 and is still popular 50 years later.
This is the first episode of the series, which was broadcast in 1966.
In episode 13, Semi-Human sent a robot monster called Garamon to Earth, but it was a failure. This time, they disguise themselves as humans and take back the electronic brain that controls Garamon, forcing Garamon to strike back at Tokyo. However, thanks to the heroes' efforts, the electronic brain is once again sealed and Garamon falls. The semi-human fails in his mission and calls for help from his fellow spacecraft waiting in the lake...
The last of the semi-humans, clad in plastic-like costumes, helplessly begging for help. A small piece of work that captures the world of Ultra Q, lost in a mysterious world.
The size of the pedestal is 6cm square, making it a very small piece.
We recommend collecting the series and putting them together!
Besides, Gentlemanro Asaki's work is here!
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