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This is the list of characters for Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy. Despite the miniseries being a prequel to Ultraman Z, The Absolute Conspiracy was given its own character page list to accommodate with its growing cast.

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Due to The Absolute Conspiracy miniseries being split into three separate arcs, each of them operates on a Rotating Protagonist shift.

Tropes pertaining to the protagonists as a whole

  • Alternate Self: If Zoffy's hunch is correct, Tartarus's interactions with Belial and Tregear in the past led to them becoming this, dubbed "parallel isotopes" of their original selves (the same can be said with the Guar siblings) without affecting the present timeline, with the only main difference is they stay in their Early Style forms instead.
  • Protagonist Journey to Villain: Belial and Tregear’s Day in the Limelight episodes focus on their younger years and how they eventually lost their grip on the light before they fully embraced their Face–Heel Turn. Though it also shows Tartarus interfering and making things different from how they went originally.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Two examples played literally and figuratively:
    • Belial, being the ambitious, power-hungry, and hot-headed red is a stark contrast to the melancholic, cynical, and calculative Tregar's blue.
      • The dynamic also applies for both Taro and Tregear.
    • Inverted with Taiga and Z, where the former leans on the blue since he's already Older and Wiser at this point, whereas Z leans on red as he's a newcomer hero.
  • Rotating Protagonist: Each arcs passes the baton of protagonists to each others, according to an interview with director Koichi Sakamoto: Chapter 1 focuses on Ribut alone, Chapter 2 has Early Styles Belial and Tregear taking turns for each of their focusing backgrounds and finally in Chapter 3, Zero, the Tri-Squad and Z share their spotlights.

    Chapter 1: The Beginning 

Ultraman Ribut

Voiced by: Wataru Komada (Japanese), Josh Keller (English)
A member of the Galaxy Rescue Force, making his first live action appearance in the previous Galaxy Fight series, Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes. The Absolute Conspiracy focuses on Ultraman Ribut back in his younger days as a civilization observer alongside Ultraman Max.
For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Ribut in general, see here.

  • Ascended Extra: He's gone from being a crossover character in Upin & Ipin, to a side character in New Generation Heroes, to a leading character in The Absolute Conspiracy.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Arrives alongside Andro Melos to help the Tri-Squad deal with the Zetton Army.
  • Breakout Character: Proved to popular enough in his first live-action appearance to be The Protagonist of The Beginning.
  • Childhood Friends: With a blue female Ultra named Sora.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Ultraman Ribut is the main character of The Absolute Conspiracy in its first chapter, where it chronicles his exploits prior to his recruitment into the Galaxy Rescue Force while working under Ultraman Max. In previous appearances (save for stage shows), he was a side character at best.
  • Determinator: Ribut's pledge to save Max in the given three days was what allowing him to win against his instructors' training, curing Ultraman Max and finally defeating Orochi altogether.
  • Field Promotion: He gets enlisted into the Galaxy Rescue Force as a reward for saving Max and defeating Orochi.
  • It's All My Fault: He blames himself for being ill-prepared against the monsters in Planet Mikarito and for getting Max's life in the line.
  • Knightly Sword and Shield: He obtains the Spreader Rod and Ribut Blocker from Great and Powered after completing his training.
  • Ship Tease: Is hinted to have some with Sora in the Galaxy Rescue Force Audio Drama.

    Chapter 2: The Divergence 

Ultraman Belial
Belial in his uncorrupted form, Early Style.
Voiced by: Yuki Ono (Japanese), Jack Merluzzi (English)
The original Big Bad of Ultra Series media related to Ultraman Zero in all of his exploits as well as of Ultraman Geed. Although Belial had long died after his last confrontation with his artificial son, Ultraman Geed, his remains plagued the entire multiverse as Devil Splinters and causing simultaneous rampage of monsters and other victims affected by the item.

In Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy, the chapter 2 dedicated a special segment which is told from his perspective prior to his downfall as an evil Ultra.

See here for tropes regarding him.

Ultraman Tregear
Tregear in his uncorrupted form, Early Style.
Voiced by: Yūma Uchida (Japanese), Michael Rhys (English)
Belial's Replacement Goldfish as the evil Ultra in the Ultra Series as a whole. Like Belial, Tregear was an old friend of Taro (Father of Ultra/Ken's son) and eventually fall into darkness after being disillusioned with the Land of Light's image as a so-called defenders of peace.

Tregear's past is also chronicled in The Absolute Conspiracy chapter 2, his segment appears years after Belial's downfall and is also told from his perspective of his younger self before his fall from grace.

See here for tropes regarding him.

    Chapter 3: The Appearance 

Ultraman Z

Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka (Japanese), Peter Von Gomm (English)
The titular character of the Ultraman Z, appearing in Chapter 3 as an event right before the start of his own television series. Z is a new recruit of the Space Garrison and joined Mebius in Zero's fight against Absolute Tartarus.
For tropes relating to him in general, see here.

  • Jumped at the Call: Begs to accompany Mebius and Taiga when they set out to rescue Yullian and 80.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: After volunteering to join Mebius and Taiga, the still-inexperienced Z heads on to fight the stronger Zettons.
  • One-Steve Limit: He shares his name with the Space Fear Demon Zett, which infuriates him.note 
  • Rookie Red Ranger: Since The Absolute Conspiracy is a prequel to his titular series, the audience sees Z from his perspective as an inexperienced Ultra who's first fight was against the Zetton Army.
  • Too Dumb to Live: The miniseries makes it clear that an inexperienced Ultra like Z fighting opponents way stronger than him would not end well. He is only still alive because he is lucky in that the Ultra League arrive in time to support them.

Ultraman Zero

Click here  to see Ultimate Shining Zero.
Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano (Japanese), Eric Kelso (English)
The narrator for the Chapter 1's Cold Opening, only mentioned by Cosmos and 80 in regards to the events of Ultraman Saga. In Chapter 3, he is slated to have an even more involvement.
For tropes relating to him in general, see here.

  • All Your Powers Combined: Ultimate Shining Zero was formed by combining both his Shining form with the Ultimate Aegis. It is also a Deconstruction, as it would strain Zero from prolonged usage.
  • Badass Cape: Continuity-wise, this should be the first time he ever wears the blue cape that would eventually appear in Ultraman Z.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Leads the Ultra League to fight the Zetton Army just as Z was on the verge of defeat against them.
  • Continuity Nod: Zero using the Z Riser alone is the first element of The Absolute Conspiracy that would serve as a bridge into the first episode of Ultraman Z, since after Conspiracy, he would give the item to Z in order to continue the pursuit of the stolen Ultra Medals.
  • Cutting the Knot: As if intercepting Yullian's kidnapping isn't enough, Zero decides that he’s had enough of Tartarus' dirty tactics and brings the final fight to his own dimension.
    Ultraman Zero: I was just getting bored with all the weaklings! Let's finish this!
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Unfortunately Ultimate Shining Zero also puts on a heavier strain on Zero's body from prolonged use, as he accesss it to intercept Tartarus' kidnapping of Yullian and bring the fight to his dimension. It only works for so long, however, and as his energy levels rapidly dwindle, Tartarus is quickly able to get the upper hand and cast him out.
  • The Ghost: His name is only mentioned in a passing by Cosmos and 80 for the entire portion of The Beginning.
  • The Leader: Organizes the Ultra League in the fight against Tartarus.
  • Mr. Exposition: For the show's initial arc, he only appears at the very beginning of episode 1 to explain Ultraman Ribut and his growing Character Development to the audience.


Ultraman Taiga (Voice): Takuma Terashima (Japanese), Matthew Masaru Barron (English)
Ultraman Titas (Voice): Satoshi Hino (Japanese), Jeff Manning (English)
Ultraman Fuma (Voice): Shota Hayama (Japanese), Chris Wells (English)

A trio of Ultramen with each different backgrounds originating from different planets, consisting Ultraman Taiga, from the Land of Light of Nebula M78, Ultraman Titas from Planet U40, and Ultraman Fuma of Planet O-50. These three Ultras bonded with E.G.I.S. member Hiroyuki Kudo and fought Ultraman Tregear alongside with the New Generation Heroes. After they defeated Tregear and Grimdo and parted ways with Hiroyuki, the Tri-Squad are faced with a new challenge when the Space Fear Demon Zett appeared before them along with his army of Zettons.

For tropes relating to the Tri-Squad in general and the individual members, see Ultraman Taiga

  • Ascended Fanboy: The Ultraman Taiga Voice Drama established that Fuma finds Grigio to be cute. After meeting Grigio in person in Planet O-50, Fuma acts shy in front of her and explained that in O-50, Grigio is comparable to an idol by its citizens.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Taiga goes with Mebius and Z to rescue Yullian and 80, and Titas and Fuma arrive not long after.
  • Casting Gag: In the English dub, Fuma is voiced by Chris Wells, who previously dubbed for the voice of Ultraman Orb, another O-50 Ultra in Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes.
  • Continuity Nod: The Tri-Squad train on Planet Maijii, the same place where Taiga trained in the voice drama. Taiga also recalls meeting Andro Ares after meeting Melos.
  • Foil: Taiga is the opposite of his successor, Ultraman Z. Whereas Z is a naive rookie, Taiga has been in the field several times prior to the start of his series. Taiga has been on Earth for 12 years while Z is unaccustomed to the planet's culture upon first entry. While both have a connection to Ultraman Zero, Taiga is related by blood, being Zero's second cousin while Z is merely trying to be part of the Master-Apprentice Chain that started with Seven and Leo, before continuing with Zero. Also, both young Ultras are related to one of the Ultra Brothers: Taiga is the son of Ultraman Taro while Ultraman Ace is later revealed to be Z's godfather. Both Taro and Ace are raised by Father of Ultra, and therefore they are adoptive brothers.
  • Older and Wiser:
    • Taiga at this point is already a matured and hardened Ultra warrior. On the other hand, he still has problem with addressing his grandparents with their respective titles of authority; something which Taro calls his son out for. Either way, both Father and Mother of Ultra are okay with that.
    • Fuma has toned down his informal behavior and manages to maintain his composure when he meets someone with higher authority.

Intergalactic Teams

    Galaxy Rescue Force 

As a whole

An intergalactic team of elites that protect life forms from various threats.

  • The Ace: All team members are elites from across the universe. Considering that they have Andro Melos and Izana, their authority speaks volume.

Voiced by: Megumi Han
A blue tribe female Ultra, serving as a scientist in the Land of Light and Ribut's childhood friend. She first appeared in Ultraman Festival 2018 before making a live appearance in The Absolute Conspiracy.

  • Badass Cape: She wears one as part of her chest armor.
  • Barrier Warrior: Shield Fleur allows her to conjure a barrier that has barely enough power to block Leugocyte's attack.
  • Childhood Friends: To Ultraman Ribut, in fact, the two are the second pair of Ultras to have this dynamic after 80 and Yullian.
  • Field Promotion: She gets promoted to join the Galaxy Rescue Force alongside Ribut.
  • Reused Character Design: Her suit was recycled from one of the many background characters in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, with added white boots as a distinction.
  • Ship Tease: Is hinted to have some with Ribut in the Galaxy Rescue Force Voice Drama.
  • True Blue Femininity: One of the many blue tribe Ultras, and is the first onscreen representative to appear as a female.

Andro Melos

Voiced by: Tomohiro Yamaguchi (Japanese), Jeff Manning (English)
The former leader of his own Andro Garrison and the titular protagonist of the 1983 series.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Arrives alongside Ribut to help the Tri-Squad deal with the Zetton Army.

Queen Izana/War God

Voiced by: Kei Shindō
The previous queen of Kanon before Amate of Ultraman Orb: The Origin Saga would ascend to that position.
See Ultraman Orb for general tropes to Amate (her descendant) and the War God herself.

  • Non Action Girl: Despite inheriting the War God's powers, Izana hardly ever fights on her own and is only seen using this form for negotiation purposes.

Gukuru Shisa

A lion-like monster, first seen in Ultraman Geed The Movie: Connect The Wishes!.
See Ultraman Geed

  • Token Minority: Surprisingly for a team of elites, the Shisa is the only one among them to be a quadrupedal monster.

    Ultra League 

As a whole

An all-star team assembled by Ultraman Zero as front-lines to combat Tartarus' forces. Aside from Grigio and Joneus, other team members include the Tri-Squad, Ribut and Melos from the Galaxy Rescue Force and Zero himself.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Arrives as a second wave of assistance against the Zetton Army when Yullian was being targeted.
  • Shout-Out: To the DC Comics team Justice League.

Ultraman Joneus
Voiced by: Nobuaki Kanemitsu (Japanese), Ryan Drees (English)
The strongest warrior on Planet U40, Joneus had once came to Earth and bonded with Science Guard Party member Choichiro Hikari to fight against monster and alien attacks, eventually participated in the war against Heller Empire.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Joneus in general, see here.

  • Art Evolution: Joneus is given a new live-action suit. This version seen on the right faithfully follows his original appearance in the anime, with the skin texture akin to the spandex-like suit used by Ultraman Great.
  • Pre Ass Kicking One Liner: Delivers a calmly stated one to Absolute Tartarus.
    Joneus: "I would welcome guests, but...I'm guessing you're not one."
  • World's Strongest Man: Joneus is explicitly the most powerful warrior of Planet U40. This shows when he proves capable of keeping up with and even overpowering Absolute Tartarus.

Ultrawoman Grigio

Voiced by: Arisa Sonohara (Japanese), Rumiko Varnes (English)
An orange Ultra transformed from the youngest of the Minato siblings, Asahi, through the R/B Gyro of her late friend Saki Mitsurugi.

For tropes pertaining to Ultrawoman Grigio in general, see here.

  • Badass Pacifist: A reminder that Grigio isn't just an Ultrawoman, she is Asahi Minato, the Minato family's Wide-Eyed Idealist. She is shown to be capable of handling Zandrias and Noiseler just by scaring them away from Ayaka City, but would not hesitate to kill inherently malicious beings. One of Zett's Zettons was her first kill.
  • I Choose to Stay: Subverted. She was ordered to stay behind by her brothers when they left the planet to tackle the Devil Splinter case. Of course, Zero recruited her to be a part of the Ultra League in hopes of foiling Tartarus' schemes together.
  • In-Series Nickname: Fuma calls Grigio "Grigio-chan", apparently since she is comparable to an idol in Planet O-50.
  • Famed in Story: According to Fuma, Grigio is actually popular on his home planet of O-50 despite only visiting the planet to meet Fuma, who was about to train for the upcoming fight against Tartarus.
  • Foil: To Ultraman Z. Grigio is still an Ultra in training with a down to earth personality, and while she is allowed to join in several fights, she also knows her limits and respectfully complied with her brothers' wishes to stay in Ayaka City when they were off-world to eradicate Devil Splinters. On the other hand, Z had only just recently been recruited into the Space Garrison and insists on entering missions which are unfit for a rookie Ultra like him (he fights with stronger Zettons, which manage to overcome him). Grigio also values establishing bonds with others as an important aspect in her fights, while Z has to learn both humility and the value of bonds right after he witnesses the Ultra League trashing said Zettons.
  • Instant Fan Club: Fuma offhandedly implies that she has quite a fandom on Planet O-50, the source of her/Saki's power.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Zero notes that Grigio had improved a lot since their last fight with Dark-Killer, and she proves it again by joining the Ultra League in rescuing Yullian in Planet Ebil. Although Grigio is far from being a veteran, her first kill being a Zetton proves how much she has grown in terms of experience.

Other Ultra Warriors

    Ultra Brothers 

As a whole

The Ultra Brothers are a team of warriors fighting on the same planet Earth during the Showa Era. Although the members are originally known to be six, ranging from Zoffy to Taro, there are also additional five from Leo to Hikari.
  • Badass Cape: Ever since Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, the core six members have been seen wearing capes as a sign of their authority. Leo also wears his own cape, which he inherited from Ultraman King.
  • Blood Brothers: Save for Leo and Astra, who are real brothers, the entire team members treat each other as if they are siblings and have a strong bond towards each other. Although Z isn't part of this team, he addresses some of the older team members as "Nii-san" (big brothers) and a few of the teaching figures as "Sensei" (teachers), while he calls Mebius as his Senpai (senior).
  • Worf Had the Flu: The six Ultra Brothers were defeated by the Absolutian-empowered Belial and Tregear. However, this is because they have already used up their full power against Juda and Mold, therefore lacking enough energy to fight the fallen Ultramen pair.

A younger Zoffy, lacking his badges of honors.
Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi (Japanese) Ryan Drees (English)
The leader of the Ultra Brothers and the Captain of the Inter Galactic Defense Force. In Chapter 2 of Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy, a younger Zoffy was an old friend of Father and Mother of Ultra and even a pre-Face–Heel Turn Belial during their fight against Alien Empera.
For tropes relating to Zoffy in general, see here.

  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: The suit used to represent the younger Zoffy lacks the Star Marks and Ultra Breastars, the badges of honors used to symbolize his status in the military. This "suit" first appears in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends in a split second, also as a flashback scene to his younger self.

Ultraman Taro

Voiced by: Hiroya Ishimaru (old; Japanese), Showtaro Morikubo (young; Japanese), Bill Sullivan (English)
The sixth member of the Ultra Brothers, in chapter 1, he gave the order for the operation to save Ultraman Max from the Gudis Cells and congratulated Ribut in his mission. In chapter 2 of Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy, a young Taro was one of the prominent characters in Tregear's past.
For tropes relating to Ultraman Taro in general, see here.

  • A Day in the Limelight: His interactions with Tregear is also focused in The Divergence, of TAC, complete with a younger voice actor.
  • Canon Immigrant: Performs a Fusion Dance with the other Ultra Brothers to become Super Ultraman Taro to fire the Cosmo Miracle Beam, which he had only done before in the non-canon Ultraman Story.
  • Innocently Insensitive: He attempts to comfort Tregear's insecurities, but his status as being a Born Winner as well as his fame, ends up aleniating Tregear and eventually convinces him to join with Tartarus.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Episodes 4 and 5 make it clear that they had a friend that eventually fall into the dark side.
  • Mythology Gag: His use of the Cosmo Miracle Beam against Juda and Mold is appropriate, considering he had last used the technique to destroy Juda's Grand King back in Ultraman Story.
  • So Proud of You: He congratulates Ribut for his efforts in saving Max and killing Orochi, awarding him with membership in the Galaxy Rescue Force.

Ultraman 80

Voiced by: Hatsunori Hasegawa (Japanese), Iain Gibb (English)
The successor of Ultraman Leo as Earth's protector, appearing in year 1980 (his namesake) after 5 years when Earth was initially devoid of monsters. In Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy, he defended Yullian and Sora when Reugosite attacked Planet Kanon.
For tropes relating to 80 in general, see here.

  • Big Damn Heroes: He dashes in to save Yullian and Sora on Kanon when Reugosite attacks them.
  • The Leader: He amasses a strike force consist of Neos and Ultraseven 21 in against Reugosite and saving Max from his mutation.

Ultraman Mebius

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese), Maxwell Powers (English)
The youngest member of the Ultra Brothers and the last of them to protect Earth, his final fight being against Alien Empera before he left the planet and was rewarded a membership in the team upon his return.

He appears in Chapter 3 as a mentor training Ultra cadets, joining Taiga and Z in response to a distress call from Yullian when she is attacked by the Zetton Army.

For tropes relating to Mebius in general, see here.

  • Big Damn Heroes: He goes to rescue Yullian and 80 from the Zetton Army alongside Taiga and Z.
  • Call-Forward: Talks to Taiga about the Master-Apprentice Chain between Seven, Leo, and Zero (plus his own under Taro but above Taiga) while discussing Z's desire to apprentice under Zero, hinting at the basis of Alpha Edge, Z’s eventual base form.

Ultraman Hikari

Voiced by: Keiichi Nanba (Japanese), Chris Wells (English)
The last addition to the Ultra Brothers, a member of the Blue Tribe and a scientist who has been active since the original Ultraman's era. In Chapter 1, he assisted Sora with creating the Gudis Vaccine. Chapter 2 revealed that he was involved in Tregear's past before the young Ultra's Face–Heel Turn.
For tropes relating to Hikari in general, see here.

  • Broken Pedestal: Tregear becomes disillusioned when Hikari adopts the identity of Hunter Knight Tsurugi and attacks his former coworker out of grief over failing to protect Arb from Bogar.
    Tregear: Even Chief Hikari couldn't resist the power of darkness... Or is the power of light... such a vulnerable and fragile thing?
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Another established one, he cooperates with Sora to prepare the Gudis Vaccine within the given period of two days.
  • So Proud of You: He congratulates Sora for a job well done and suggests her for membership in the Galaxy Rescue Force alongside Ribut.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His act of falling into despair and becoming Hunter Knight Tsurugi was the driving point of Tregear finally making his Face–Heel Turn. This applies to both the original universe where Tregear made his pact with Grimdo and his Alternate Self when he agreed to Tartarus' temptations.

    Other Space Garrison members 

Ultraman Ken

Voiced by: Hajime Iijima (Japanese), Alexander Hunter (English)
The future Father of Ultra, who participated in the Great Ultra War alongside Belial in against Alien Empera. Chapter 2 of The Absolute Conspiracy delves into the aftermath of his fight with Empera, where he elevated to the rank of Supreme Commander in the Space Garrison and marrying Marie, all the while his friendship with Belial begins to apart.

For tropes pertaining to his future self, Father of Ultra in general, see here.

  • Big Good: Eventually elevates to the rank of Supreme Commander in the Space Garrison.
  • Red Is Heroic: And it shows in his fight against Empera.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Chapter 2 of The Absolute Conspiracy further expands the details of how Ken and Belial started as close friends and eventually turning into each others' worst enemies.

Ultrawoman Marie

Voiced by: Suzuko Mimori (Japanese), Hannah Grace (English)
The future Mother of Ultra. As detailed in Chapter 2 of The Absolute Conspiracy, she met her future husband, Ken, during the Great Ultra War.

For tropes pertaining to her future self, Mother of Ultra in general, see here.

  • The Medic: Her role in the Great Ultra War. She eventually gets elevated to the leader of the Silver Cross Corps.

Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu (Japanese), Hannah Grace (English)
The royal princess from the Land of Light and 80's childhood friend. Back in 80's active days on Earth, she came to said planet while fleeing from King Galtan and Alien Galagala's manhunt on her. Yullian returns in Chapter 1 of The Absolute Conspiracy, where she accompanied Sora on Planet Kanon and was under attacked by Reugosite.

For tropes pertaining to Yullian in general, see here.

  • Art Evolution: A very downplayed example. The diamond ornament on her stomach has had its color changed from gold to silver.
  • Badass Cape: Seen on the right, she now has a cape similar in appearance to the one worn by Father and Mother of Ultra.
  • Damsel in Distress: Briefly gets targeted by Reugosite alongside Sora before 80 saves them, and is later targeted by Zett and his Zetton Army. At the end of the series, she is successfully kidnapped by Absolute Tartarus.

Ultraman Great

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki (Japanese), Eric Kelso (English)
An Ultra who fought against the invasion of Gudis cells and other monsters resulted from Earth's pollution in Australia.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Great in general, see here.

  • Badass Teacher: He had graduated into a mentor figure of some sorts (alongside his fellow foreign Ultra, Powered) and is assigned to train Ribut to achieve a more powerful status in 3 days, which he succeeds.
  • Continuity Nod: Great is capable of recognizing the Gudis cells as soon as he sees it, which is fitting since he's the one who defeated Gudis in his original series.
  • Training from Hell: Justified, since Ribut was given only 3 days to save Max, Great and Powered need to go full Spartan on the young warrior.

Ultraman Powered

Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Japanese), Kane Kosugi (English)
An Ultra who fought against the invasion of Alien Baltan and other monsters on United States.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Powered in general, see here.

  • Badass Teacher: He had graduated into a mentor figure of some sorts (alongside his fellow foreign Ultra, Great) and is assigned to train Ribut to achieve a more powerful status in 3 days, which he succeeds.
  • Casting Gag: Toshiyuki Morikawa and Kane Kosugi voices Powered in Japanese and English respectively. In Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero, they portrayed and voiced Kenichi Kai, Powered's human host, which results in a common mistake with fans assuming that they reprised their role as Powered.note 
  • Training from Hell: Justified, as Ribut was given only 3 days to save Max, Powered and Great need to go full Spartan on the young warrior.

Ultraman Neos

Voiced by: Ryuya Yazuka (Japanese), Jeff Manning (English)
An Ultra from the Elite Task Force, who's tasked in protecting Earth from a wave of monsters born out of the Dark Matter.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Neos in general, see here.

Ultraseven 21

Voiced by: Kenta Matsumoto, Josh Keller (English)
Neos' partner on Earth, supporting his mission from behind the scenes.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraseven 21 in general, see here.

Ultraman Max

Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai (Japanese), Maxwell Powers (English)
A civilization observer who previously bonded with a DASH member Kaito Touma to fight against monster awakenings on Earth. As revealed in Chapter 1 of The Absolute Conspiracy, Max is Ribut's partner in mentoring the future Galaxy Rescue Force member in their work as civilization observers.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Max in general, see here.

  • Badass in Distress: Gets beaten and captured by the team of Alien Sran and Hellberus, the latter infecting him with Gudis Cells that slowly mutate Max into a monster. To make it worse, Max is doomed either way, either to get turned into a monster or to be fed to Maga-Orochi. The choices are unpleasant either way.

Ultraman Xenon

Voiced by: Ryota Iwasaki (Japanese), Iain Gibb (English)

Max’s superior, who provides him with the power to use the Max Galaxy.
For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Xenon in general, see here.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Shows up to restore Max’s Color Timer when he’s weakened by the Gudis Cells.
  • Mythology Gag: Xenon showing up to support Max and Ribut by charging the former's energy was a stunt did by Zoffy back when Ace was weakened underground and recharging Ace with the Ultra Converter in episode 5 of Ultraman Ace. Bonus points for Xenon being a Captain Ersatz of Zoffy back in Ultraman Max.

    Other Ultras 

Ultraman Cosmos

Voiced by: Taiyo Sugiura (Japanese), Peter von Gomm (English)
A literal Gentle Giant among the Ultra Warriors, known for his pacifism.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Cosmos in general, see here.

Ultraman Justice

Voiced by: Megumi Han (Japanese), Rumiko Varnes (English)
A red giant who served the Delacion and the Universal Justice as a whole.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Justice in general, see here.

  • Ambiguous Gender: Despite past magazine and the voice actress Megumi Han acknowledge Justice to be non-binary (choosing a female human form to balance out that the concept of "justice" does not swing to either gender), the Twitter Site of Tsuburaya Global (Tsuburaya Productions English Site) addresses Justice as "him".
  • Break Out the Museum Piece: Although Justice's main form Standard is usually featured in many promotional shots, Crusher Mode had not ever been shown again, this series features its long-due return.
  • The Bus Came Back: Justice's final appearance was way back in the 2003 movie.
  • Call-Back: Their female voice references the fact that their human form, Julie, is female. As well as how they don't view themself as either male or female.

Ultraman Legend

The legendary giant of Cosmos' universe, born from the union of Cosmos and Justice.

For tropes pertaining to Ultraman Legend in general, see here.


Tartarus' unnamed prisoner/Ultraman Regulos
Click here for spoilers 
A mysterious being that was captured alongside Yullian, they appeared at the very end of The Absolute Conspiracy. He is eventually revealed to be a brand-new Ultraman, Ultraman Regulos
  • Badass in Distress: He was imprisoned in the Narak and shares his prison cell with Yullian. Unlike Yullian, he is very much restrained helplessly.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: To the audience, due to his silhouetted appearance.
  • Last Episode, New Character: His very appearance is his own introduction and nothing much can be said about it.
  • Mythology Gag: His introduction as a new character and bridging into a Sequel Hook is similar in role to Ultraman Geed's appearance in Ultra Fight Orb.note 
  • Non-Standard Character Design: His actual design is straight-up different from any other Ultra's one. Most notably he has a notable nose and tattoos decorating his arms.
  • Reused Character Design: His silhouette bears similarity to Ultraseven, especially with the eyes and Beam Lamp. Whether its him, someone else sharing his design or just an unrelated figure is yet to be seen. Though his actual design is more of a cross between Leo, Z Alpha Edge and Seven.
  • Walking Spoiler: His presence is very much kept in secret, not even his debut gave us any hints to his true identity.

The Kingdom

    In general (Unmarked spoilers ahead)
The Kingdom's sigil, also appearing in Tartarus' chest.
An evil organization lead by the Absolutians, especially Tartarus and his own personally mobilized army. As the Absolutians are in need of a new home planet, Tartarus choose the Land of Light as its alternative and amassing past villains from the history of the Land of Light as his battalions for the upcoming fight against the Ultras.

  • Alternate Self: Most of its members are alternate timeline version of themselves where Tartarus interfered to recruit them. Some of them were also recruited in the middle of their fight against the Ultras.
  • Demoted to Dragon: Most its members are heavy hitters and the Big Bad from their original series, only to find themselves working under Tartarus. The alternate Belial is aware of this and claims that he's only on equal terms with Tartarus and only as long as the golden being keeps his promises of power.
  • Legion of Doom: As expected of a team consist of past adversaries of the Ultra Warriors.
  • Sadistic Choice: With Yullian under their capture, The Kingdom plans to use her as a bargaining chip with the entire Land of Light itself.
  • Supervillain Lair: Narak, the golden pocket dimension where Tartarus put his members of The Kingdom in standby before they could be deployed under his orders and also serves as a prison.
  • Walking Spoiler: Even by the name itself, it was originally lead to be a meaningless terminology when first spoken in episode 6. By the final episode, The Kingdom's detail and its purpose of existence were finally explained by Tartarus himself.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: The team sought a new home planet for the Absolutian race to inhabit. Unfortunately that new home planet happens to be the Land of Light, already populated by the Ultras. Nevertheless, Tartarus decided to obtain it by getting his own hands dirty.

    Absolute Tartarus 

Absolute Tartarus
Voiced by: Jun'ichi Suwabe (Japanese), Walter Roberts (English)
An alien warrior from the Absolutian race and is the main antagonist of Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy.

  • Badass Baritone: As expected for a villain voiced by Jun'ichi Suwabe. Averted in the English dub when Walter Roberts gives him a raspy voice.
  • Bad Boss: Kills the Alien Sran working for him as punishment for failing to defeat Max, Ribut, Xenon, Great and Powered despite having being given Maga-Orochi's egg, Hellberus and Gudis' cells for that.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: He succesfully kidnaps Yulian at the end of the series, planning to use her as a bargaining chip against the Land of Light and escapes unscathed after defeating Ultraman Zero.
  • Big Bad: Of The Absolute Conspiracy, being the one setting events in motion to attempt to conquer the Land of Light by resurrecting or taking villains from different periods of time to use as his flunkies.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Tartarus would have succeeded in abducting Yullian without drawing Ultraman Zero's attention by attacking Grigio from behind. Still, he got too cocky and did so, thus Zero prepares to give him a taste of his own medicine by assuming Ultimate Shining Zero.
  • Dirty Coward: It becomes apparent that for all his talk, Absolute Tartarus is quick to flee when faced with someone who is actually capable of fighting back.
  • The Dreaded: On the receiving end, as he was visibly chickening out before Legend got the chance to retaliate.
  • Extradimensional Emergency Exit: Makes a lot of quick escapes throughout the series by opening a portal to Narak, his personal dimension, whether because he's faced with a losing battle or because he's achieved his goal and didn't need to stay any longer.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Tartarus comes off as polite, gentlemanly, and charming the first time he interacts with the Ultra Warriors, but that's only the gist of his god complex and a proof that he is a dangerous threat to anyone standing in his way.
  • I Owe You My Life: Exploited. He rescued Alien Sran in the past just to use the alien's loyalty to him in carrying his nefarious deeds. Too bad that Tartarus dispose him when he failed.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: When confronted by an Ultraman whose power equals or even surpasses his own (i.e., Legend and Joneus), Tartarus will make a quick getaway knowing his defeat would be imminent.
  • Legion of Doom: Forms one with Alien Bat, Ultraman Belial (before his corruption), Reibatos, Mold and Juda Spectre, and Space Fear Demon Zett. Alien Sran was once part of this group but was killed by Tartarus due to his failure. Later on, in episode 5 they're joined by Early Style Tregear.
  • Light Is Not Good: His body is covered in gold as a contrast to the silver-hide Ultra Warriors, but Tartarus is in no way a heroic being at all.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Tartarus' name comes from the Ancient Greece mythology of an Underworld region. Tartarus is also considered in Greek mythology to be a primordial force or deity, alongside entities such as the Earth, the Night, Time, and etc.
  • Narcissist: If taking his introductions into account, it's made clear that Tartarus is insufferably self-absorbed to a fault and he takes pride just how unstoppable he is and sees himself superior to all living things to ever exist and has the power to back it up.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently saved the life of the Alien Sran, causing the latter to swear to repay his debt.
  • Perpetual Frowner: To contrast the Ultras' serene smiles, Tartarus' face is moulded into a permanent scowl. As seen with Absolute Diavolo, this seems to be a trait common to all Absolutians.
  • Pet the Dog: He saved the life of the Alien Sran that guarded Maga-Orochi's egg in the past. Not that it stops him from killing said Sran when the latter fails him.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Despite his great power and grand posturing as an Ultimate Life Form, Tartarus is very focused on his mission to recruit the strongest villains for The Kingdom's upcoming battle with the Land of Light and will do anything to achieve it, including undignified things like killing incompetent minions, attacking from behind, holding hostages or even fleeing from opponents he's badly outmatched by.
  • Proud Warrior Race Guy: He proudly presents himself as the Ultimate Life Form, specifically an Absolutian.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: When confronted by Ultraman Legend, he wisely flees elsewhere instead of trying to face the Ultra God head-on.
  • Smug Super: Is pretty self-assured and prideful of his powers, boasting himself as "The Ultimate Lifeform". Though he's at least smart enough to flee from Ultraman Legend instead of engaging him.
  • Time Master: Tartarus has been diving into different points of time in the Ultra Warriors' eras, and he has been existing since the day before Belial was even banished from the Land of Light.
  • Ultimate Life Form: He fancies himself as this, and it goes to the point of overwhelming levels of god complex.
  • You Have Failed Me: Kills Sran for failing to protect the Orochi egg.

    Parallel Isotopes 

Maga Orochi

The infamous progenitor of the Lord Monsters. Its egg appears in The Beginning, guarded by Hellberus and Alien Sran.
For general tropes regarding Maga-Orochi see Ultraman Orb

  • Alternate Self: Tartarus teleported the entire egg to Planet Mikarito, as seen in the episode 1 flashback. Whether this Orochi egg was from Ultraman Orb or events prior to it is unconfirmed.
  • Call-Back: Max states that Orochi hails from the Monster Galaxy, as established in the Ultraman Orb Chronicle novel.
  • Combat Tentacles: Its egg form sprouts these.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: An egg of a Maga-Orochi alone can devastate an entire planet's ecosystem as shown here.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: According to Max, Maga-Orochi is supposedly this, so if the monster were to roam freely, he knows that something fishy happened.


A space entity that takes care of destroying threats to the Universe, but attacks Sora and Yullian for unspecified reasons.
For general tropes regarding Leugocyte see Ultraman R/B

  • Alternate Self: It was recruited by Tartarus from an alternate timeline parallel to the one in Ultraman R/B.
  • Call-Forward: Is implied to be the same Leugocyte from R/B, as both Sora and Yullian call to attention that its attack on them makes no sense. This implies that Tregear has already corrupted it into the malevolent space entity it was in its debut.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: After getting a serious beatdown from 80, it cuts its losses and flees into space.
  • The Worf Effect: As powerful as Leugocyte is it simply proves no match for the veteran and experienced Ultraman 80 who makes short work of it and after a short battle makes it flee into outer space.
    • While it put up a better fight later on, it ultimately is defeated and destroyed by the combined efforts of 80, Ultraman Neos, Ultraseven 21, Cosmos and Justice.


Voiced by: Hari Kaneko
The ghost sorcerer villain defeated by Ultraman Orb previously is back, and is serving Tartarus for reasons currently unknown.
For tropes pertaining to Reibatos in general, see Ultraman Orb

  • Alternate Self: Specifically, he was saved at the last minute from being killed at the end of Ultra Fight Orb.
  • Art Evolution: He's fatter than he was in Ultra Fight Orb. His suit being about 15 years oldnote  might have something to do with it.
  • Demoted to Dragon: From the main villain of Ultra Fight Orb to a lackey of Tartarus.
  • Diving Save: On the receiving end by Tartarus before he was decimated by Belial.

Night Fang

A Kaiju encountered by an uncorrupted Tregear and Taro, who has the power to show one's greatest fears with his signature soundwave attack, Nightmare Wave.
For general tropes regarding Night Fang, see here.

  • Alternate Self: Is implied to be transported to Planet Deastar from the events of Ultraman Taiga.
  • I Know What You Fear: Uses sound waves in its signature attack, Nightmare Wave to force its victims to face their fears in the form of nightmares. Which Tregear finds out the hard way.
  • Mythology Gag: This monster was sent after the young Taro, who in turn is the would-be father of its original opponent, Ultraman Taiga.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: It appears for a few minutes in Episode 2, but its nightmare-inducement powers play a part in helping Tartarus sway Tregear to his side.

Juda and Mold/Gua Army's Gua Brothers

Voiced by: Nobuaki Kanemitsu (Juda; Japanese), Harii Kaneko (Mold; Japanese)
The antagonists from Andro Melos and leaders of the Gua Army, pulled out of their timelines and made to battle the Ultra Brothers in the present.
For tropes pertaining to Juda and Mold Spectres, see here and here respectively. For tropes pertaining from which era they were abducted, see here.

  • Alternate Self: Same deal as Belial and Tregear.
  • Call-Back: Taro brings up the defeat of their “Spectre” counterparts in Ultra Fight Victory and Ultraman X respectively. Neither of them know what he’s talking about.
  • Kidnapped by the Call: Unlike Belial and Tregear (who was tempted to join Tartarus) or Reibatos (being on the receiving end of Villainous Rescue), the brothers were actually winning against Andro Melos and only gets abducted in the middle of the battle.
  • It's Personal: Neither of them cares for the Ultra Brothers, instead wanting a fight with the Andro Garrison.
    Mold: Call the Andro Defense Force, we're putting an end to this once and for all.
    Zoffy: Andro Defense Force? What era are you from?
  • You Don't Look Like You: Tartarus admitted to have extracted them from their active period of Andro Melos, but the two looked like they had assumed their Spectre forms. Its possible that their original suits were nonexistent, thus Tsuburaya had to substitute using their Spectre forms.

    Other members 


A demoniac Kaiju that guards Maga-Orochi's egg.
For general tropes regarding Hellberus see Ultraman Taiga

  • Shout-Out: Hellberus' name comes from Cerberus, the three headed hound that guarded the gates of the Underworld. Like Cerberus, Hellberus guards the Orochi egg from any outside forces trying to attack.
  • Villain Team-Up: With Alien Sran to guard Maga-Orochi's egg.

Alien Sran

Voiced by: You Murakami (Japanese)
An evil alien who guards Maga-Orochi's egg.
For general tropes regarding Alien Sran see Ultraman Max

  • Ambiguous Situation: It's never shown if this Sran is a random shmuck Tartarus picked or a Parallel Isotope like the rest of Tartarus' lackeys.
  • The Dragon: Taro implied that an Alien Sran being able to come up with an elaborate plan to use Gudis Cells and Maga-Orochi altogether is beyond their usual scope, and that he was working with a greater evil. Turns out he's a lackey of Tartarus.
  • Not Quite Dead: Despite getting defeated and visibly blasted apart onscreen by Ultraman Great's Burning Plasma, The Stinger revealed that Sran actually survived the battle (the "victim" could be one of Sran's doppelgangers). Unfortunately, Tartarus isn't too happy over Sran's failure and promptly executes him afterwards.
  • I Owe You My Life: He adheres to Tartarus' objectives in strengthening Maga-Orochi after the golden being saved his life in the past.
  • Mr. Exposition: Explains to Max and Ribut that Gudis' cells will soon corrupt Max into an evil monster when they capture him.
  • Villain Team-Up: With Hellberus to guard Maga-Orochi's egg.
  • You Have Failed Me: Is killed after failing to protect Maga-Orochi.

Alien Bat

Voiced by: Munetoshi Takubo
The Big Bad of Ultraman Saga, brought Back from the Dead. After joining Absolute Tartaros, he creates the Space Fear-Demon Zett to aid them.
For general tropes regarding Alien Bat race as a whole, see Return of Ultraman For tropes regarding this Alien Bat's last appearance, see Ultraman Zero

  • Back from the Dead: Is resurrected courtesy of Reibatos.
  • Demoted to Dragon: Goes from an independent villain to one of Tartarus' many lackeys.
  • Mook Maker: Creator of the Zetton Army, as well as their leader, Space Fear-Demon Zett.
  • Non-Action Guy: Doesn't takes part in the battle directly, as he has not much power or fighting skill. Instead he lets his Zettons fight for him.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Unlike the stage show where he's killed by Space Fear Demon Zett, Bat not only lives after he is completed but ends up outliving his creation.

    Zetton Army 

Zetton Army as a whole
An army of Zetton monsters summoned by the Space Fear-Demon Zett to fight against the Tri-Squad in the middle of their training. The team consist of two normal Zettons, an EX Zetton, two Hyper Zettons, Zetton Falx and their leader, Zett.
For tropes regarding to Zetton, EX Zetton and Hyper Zetton, see Ultraman TV Series, Ultraman Mebius and Ultraman Zero respectively.

  • Artificial Human: All members of the Zetton Army are replicas of existing Zettons, still being able to put up a good fight with the Tri-Squad. To clarify, the Tri-Squad had fought a Zetton way back in Ultraman Taiga and they had to form Tri-Strium to finish it.
  • The Bus Came Back: The last time EX Zetton ever appeared was its debut in Ultraman Mebius Gaiden Ghost Reverse. The suit was never to be used prior to this miniseries since it had the notoriety of being unstable for the suit actor to use.
  • Dark Is Evil: As expected for being Zettons, they are predominantly black in color.
  • Mooks: There's an army of Zettons totaling up to double-digits, and they serve as fodder for the Ultra-heroes to rip apart.

Space Fear-Demon Zett

Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita
A Zetton that was created by the Alien Bat from Ultraman Saga to eliminate the Ultra Warriors, and The Heavy in The Appearance. He was an original character from Ultraman Festival 2016 that gets imported into a video media for the first time.
For tropes of Zett in general, see Ultraman Orb

  • Alternate Self: This Zett has a different origin to the one from the stage shows. When Taiga and Titas recall their fight with that version on U-40, Zett has no memory of this.
  • Blade on a Stick: Wields the Zett Black Lance.
  • Breakout Villain: His reappearance in Ultra Galaxy Fight is due to his cult popularity with his design, despite being a character meant solely for stage show appearances.
  • Canon Immigrant: He was originally made for Ultraman Festival 2016 and made his first video appearance here.
  • Enemy Summoner: Zett can command and summon the Artificial Zetton Army from a puff of smoke.
  • One-Steve Limit: He is named "Zett" in the English notation, since his pronunciation and Katakana lettering is similar to the title Ultra of Ultraman Z and to avoid confusion in their names. Ultraman Z eventually Lampshades this when the two come face-to-face, expressing annoyance at their similar names.

Zetton Falx
A new breed of Zetton wielding a pair of scythes.

Kaiju and Aliens

     Chapter 1: The Beginning 


A parasitic space entity that can bring catastrophe to the entire universe, until Ultraman Great killed him on Earth.

Part of its cells survived, being given to Alien Sran by Tartarus to infect Ultraman Max.

For general tropes regarding Gudis see Ultraman: Towards the Future

  • The Corruption: Like the series he comes from, Gudis' cells are highly infectious and mutagenic to any living organism. Alien Sran uses them to infect Max in the hopes of turning him into a monster to be devoured by Maga-Orochi. Even if Ribut wants to help, Max forces the young Ultra to keep his distance, fearing that he could be infected with the cells as well.
  • Posthumous Character: Has been long-dead since the events of Ultraman: Towards the Future, but his cells continue his legacy and they infect Ultraman Max when he tries destroying Maga-Orochi's egg.


The same kaiju who opposed Ultraman Eighty and later Ultraman Taiga is back from the dead, resurrected by Reibatos.
See Ultraman 80

  • Mythology Gag: When Gymaira gets resurrected, a musical cue from Ultraman 80 is heard, namely the tune that plays when Minus Energy kaiju materializes in the show.

     Chapter 2: The Divergence 

Dada, Aliens Godola, Nackle and Babarue

Voiced by: Tetsuo Kishi (Alien Nackle; Japanese)
A trio of aliens reluctantly working for Alien Empera, who Ken and Belial fight.
For general tropes regarding them see Ultraman TV Series (for Dada), Ultraseven (for Alien Godola), Return of Ultraman (for Alien Nackle), Ultraman Leo (for Alien Babarue)
  • Call-Back: Belial effortlessly killing a Godola could be a reference to Belial doing the same thing in Ultraman Geed.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Godola is no match for Belial and falls pretty quickly.
  • Forced into Evil: Nackle and Babarue surrender once they prove no match for Ken and Belial and beg for mercy by stating that they were being forced to invade the Land of Light. Unfortunately, Belial isn't having any of that and kills them on the spot.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: They get to enjoy seconds of screentime before their deaths.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Dada simply disappears after his brief appearance and was never mentioned again. Whether he escaped during the fight, or got killed by Belial is still unclear.

Alien Empera

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki
The overall Big Bad of the Showa continuity. An evil emperor from space who commands a large army of Kaiju and Aliens against the Ultras, invading the Land of Light to conquer it. He and Ken fight to a draw, forcing the Emperor to retreat to heal his injuries.
For general tropes regarding Empera see here

  • Bad Boss: He sent four aliens to be used as Cannon Fodder and send them to their deaths by fighting Ken and Belial, only for the sake of distracting those two Ultras.
  • Continuity Nod: He is seen using the Empera Blade as a weapon, which parallels his later fight with the Father of Ultra that would be seen in the flashback of Ultraman Mebius.
  • One-Man Army: The Empera is able to slay a few people of the Land of Light, actually killing them without leaving traces.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Within the series he appears for one episode and leaves shortly after Ken is able to leave light scars on him, but his power was one of many factors responsible for Belial's fall from grace.

     Chapter 3: The Appearance 

Zandrias and Noiseler

Two kaiju attacking Ayaka City. Ultrawoman Grigio chases them off before Zero arrives to recruit her into the Ultra League.
For general tropes regarding these two, see here

  • The Bus Came Back: This marks Noiseler's first on-screen appearance since its debut in Ultraman 80.
  • Mythology Gag: Their appearance together may have been inspired by the fact that the Kaiju Girls versions of Zandrias and Noiseler formed a rock band together.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: They don't seem to harbor any ill will, and Grigio chases them off with a warning instead of destroying them.