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Jin Haibara

The main Protagonist, a counselor and investigator of the strange.
  • Contrasting Sequel Protagonist: Unlike the protagonists of either of the previous Ultra Q series, Jin is a counselor instead of a reporter and actively seeks out oddities instead of encountering them as a consequence of his job.

     Monsters, Aliens, and Weirdness 


First Appearance: Quo Vadis
A giant and peaceful tree Kaiju. Every thousand years one of them migrates to Ryuga Forest where it merges with the trees, becoming one with the forest.
  • Animal Motifs: While not overt, its pilgrimage to Ryuga Forest is similar to legends about old elephants traveling to an elephant graveyard.
  • Elephant Graveyard: Ryuga Forest is essentially this for Niruwanie.
  • Gentle Giant: Actively went out of its way to avoid harming humans.
  • Treants: It's a Tree Kaiju.


First Appearance: Laundry Day
A friendly monster that was adopted by a family that runs a laundromat. He decided to help run the laundromat after revealing that he can vomit a miracle cleaning fluid. Eventually he became a local celebrity and was eventually approached by the Prime Minister to try and use his powers to clean all of the Earth's pollution. He definitely tried.

Alien Vulcanus Joji Haya

First Appearance: The Business Man Who Came From the Sky
An alien business man who came to Earth looking for something that gave off negative energy which his kind find beautiful.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: He's looking for something beautiful that he can sell back on his home planet, when he finds that in a human woman he has no qualms about taking her.
  • Shout-Out: Possibly to the Vulcans of Star Trek, owing to their species name, stoicism and pointy ears.


First Appearance: Pandora's Cave
An evil spirit that was sealed inside a cave long ago. After his prison was found by an old friend of Haibara, he does everything he can to convince the researcher to set him free.

Android Epigonoido

First Appearance: The Town That Doesn't Speak
The inhabitants of a small town. No-one speaks but everyone has a strange kindness about them.
  • The Voiceless: They never vocalize, but seem to be able to communicate with each other silently.


First Appearance: The Extremely Smelly Island
A foul smelling but friendly troll like Kaiju who lived alone on an island. When a woman washed up on his island he tried to befriend her, but she was put off by his stench and took some of the sweet smelling plant back to Japan to make perfume. She came to regret this when she returned to the island to see Sedegan killed in a military raid.


First Appearance: The Iron Shell
A large Conch-like species that feeds on geothermal energy. While relatively benign they were exterminated due to concerns that their continued feeding would trigger earthquakes.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: they're only acting on their survival instincts, it's just that they become dangerous in large numbers
  • The End... Or Is It?: After the last one dies it's shown to have laid some eggs.

Hatha Gi Nord

An alien from the planet Gi Nord who came to Earth to find the lost heir to the Emperor's Throne.


First Appearance: The Tokyo Protocol
Balloon like creatures that eat greenhouse gases.
  • Bait-and-Switch: We're initially lead to believe that the Purana's feasting on the cities carbon emissions is too good to be true, but at the end of the episode the Purana age and explode leaving behind cleaner air and beautiful foliage.
  • The Cameo: One shows up in Mabuze's lab in Ultraman Taiga.


First Appearance:Flamegon and Michiru
A vagrant monster who befriends and falls in love with a paraplegic woman named Michiru.


First Appearance: Algoth Democracy
A giant floating sphere that comes to Earth, interrupting a hostage situation and force the entire country to decide between with lives of all the hostages and terrorists or the life of the prime minister.


A species of prehistoric insect that were found perfectly preserved inside rocks. The Somas were used in an experiment on gifted children to increase their IQs, but two of the test subjects escaped.
  • Been There, Shaped History: Or rather, Will Go There Will Shape History, the end of the episode implies that the escaped children will eventually become instrumental in the development of interplanetary travel.