These are each about a foot (around .30 meters) tall.
The figure decked out in blue resembles the classic Ultraman from the 1966-1967 TV series (which, by the way, is debatably my favorite show), while the red toy looks like Ultraman Leo from the 1974-1975 series.
Both figures have the same box and the same style of plastic tray. Notice that the classic Ultraman's tray unnecessarily leaves room for "horns" by his head. Below are photos of the back of the box. Now you'll be able to see why these two Ultramen figures are here on Strange Star Wars Collecting...
Some knock-off X-wing fighters!
So, you'd think ripping-off the Ultraman and Star Wars franchises would be enough, right? Well, the toy manufacturer thought some Gundam-like robots would be the cherry on this sundae. And what looks to be Cyclops from the X-Men movie is all over the box, too.
Okay, so let's take a look at the sides of the packaging. First, the left side from the front.
The text on this is hilarious. Instead of saying "Collect 'em all! They rock!" it says, "ALL STYLES ARE WONDERFUL!". Then they start lying: "OUR QUALITY IS SECOND TO NONE." Yeah, sure. "INFLATED PRODUCT NOT INFLATED PRICE." And of course my favorite, "SIMULATING THE TRUE STYLES AND MAKING CAREFULLY." It sounds like they're admitting that they ripped-off other products, though it's hard to tell through their poor grammar.
Now the box's right side from the front.
* REVOLVING 90 [degrees]
* WALK FORWARD
* INCREDIBLE DIGITAL LIGHT
* REALISTIC RAPID FIRE SOUND
* ADJUSTABLE ARMS BY MANUAL
And last are the top and bottom. Each has a carrying handle, though both of mine are broken. But seriously, who needs a handle for a toy's box, anyways? I mean, of course I wish they weren't broken for the sake of the collectible's condition, but why were the handles even put there in the first place?
I got these in May 2011, though the toys seem to be older. If that is indeed Cyclops from the X-Men film, the movie came out in 2000, so it couldn't be earlier than that. Anyways, I found these toys at a dollar store called Happy Dollar + (or Happy Dollar Plus). They had another version of the classic Ultraman there that looked to be the same except the tips of his guns had the colors switched (his right was red and his left was green) and both of his eyes were green. I didn't get him because his box was seriously beat up and cost almost twelve bucks. C'mon, I thought this was a dollar store! I guess by "Happy Dollar Plus" they meant everything was over a dollar.