The legendary Hiroshi Fujioka was cast by Disney to be in a Japanese ad promotion for Black Panther, playing a Japanese Mercenary trying to get into Wakanda. Mr. Fujioka is known by otaku fans as the original Kamen Rider and Segata Sanshiro in the old Sega Saturn ads. He is also credited as the Japanese voice of Shan Yu from Mulan in both the 1999 animated film and in the Kingdom Hearts games.
Ryoma Takeuchi, best known as the actor who played the top gear hero Kamen Rider Drive, is a Marvel Superfan and met Stan Lee himself at the 2016 Tokyo Comic Con. His big dream is to become a Hollywood actor and be an X-Men character in a Marvel movie.
Oh Hai Mark! Mark Musashi is an actor, suit actor, stuntman and trained Wushu martial artist. He was the suit actor for Kamen Rider 2 in the Kamen Rider reboot films and had roles in more mature toku such as Garo. It was a surprise when he appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., not once, but twice!
Matt Mullins, a world champion American martial artist and actor, was Kamen Rider Wing Knight in the 2009 adaptation of Kamen Rider Ryuki, Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. According to his co-worker and star of the show Stephen Ford, Matt is now working with Marvel Studios as a stuntman/body double and fight coordinator.
Takayuki Tsukagoshi, the current CEO of Tsuburaya Productions, the company that makes the beloved and long running Ultraman series. Mr. Tsukagoshi has taken the franchise to new heights as he aggressively expands the brand to international markets, finally giving fans worldwide access to over 50+ years of content. Takayuki is a former executive of Disney Japan and has worked with an internet company before that, thus he understands the need to bring the beloved giant alien superhero into the digital age.
A banner I made to celebrate the partnership between Marvel Comics and Tsuburaya's Ultraman, with the giant monster fighting alien's adventures coming to the American printed four colored pages starting in 2020.
A Teaser image of the upcoming Ultraman comic mini-series by Marvel
Spidey perched on Ultraman's shoulder on a Rise Of Ultraman #1 variant cover.