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Ultraseven

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Suit Actor: Kohji Uenishinote , Voiced by: Kohji Moritsugu
The second hero of the Land of Light (or the first and only in the Heisei continuity), Ultraseven (or Ultra Seven, either is acceptable) was originally sent to map the Milky Way for M78. He found himself attracted to Earth and went there, rescuing a brave man named Jiro Satsuma and taking on the human's form with the alias Dan Moroboshi. He joined Ultra Garrison after assisting them in defeating an invasion force from Alien Cool and would assist them in many adventures. Since his debut, Ultraseven has become an important character in the Ultra Series, possibly even more than the original Ultraman! He was the first Ultra to appear outside his own series when he assisted Jack against Bemstar in Return of Ultraman and later returned as a major character in Ultraman Leo. His biggest contribution to the franchise's history though is probably his son, Ultraman Zero, who would go on to become one of the most powerful heroes in Ultraman history and star in a few movies and several specials.
  • Abnormal Ammo: Shrank down to about an inch high, ran into Furuhashi's BFG, and let Furuhashi fire the next round, all to destroy Crazygon.
  • Action Dad: He's the father to Ultraman Zero, one of the strongest Heisei Ultras.
  • Anatomy Arsenal
    • The Eye Slugger from the top of his head, by itself, with energy, and combined with telekinesis
    • The Emerium Beam lamp from his forehead which also acts as his Colour Timer
    • His L-shaped Wide Shot from his right forearm
    • His eyes can see invisible aliens
    • Knife and shuriken-shaped energy blasts from his hands
    • A spiral beam from an outstretched arm
  • Cerebus Retcon: In Episode 48, he had nearly run out of energy due to past injuries. Nothing in previous episodes mentioned this.
  • Dented Iron: As noted above all of his previous battles caught up with him and he was in terrible shape by the end of the series, as opposed the Ultra Crusader who came before him who had no such problems.
  • Evil Doppelgänger: Robot Ultraseven, Delusion Ultraseven in Ultraman 80, Dark Seven in Ultraman Ginga
  • Heroic Safe Mode: In Ultraman Leo, after losing the ability to transform, he became focused on the mission and on training Gen, not on himself or collateral damage.
  • Humanoid Aliens: Like all Ultramen, he has a human-shaped body
  • Impossibly Cool Weapon: The Eye Slugger
  • Improbable Weapon User: Flew out of Furuhashi's gun to defeat Crazygon.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Extreme cold. Also, he could run out of energy if he overexerts himself.
  • Messianic Archetype: Played out uniquely. He fights to end the flaws and feuds the humans and creatures often that the Garrison has resolved, and protects the people of earth with his own life before others.
  • Nice Guy: He's given hospitable rescues, to getting his hands dirty to protect even his capsule monsters
  • Off with His Head!: Seven's main use for the Eye Slugger was decapitation.
  • One Hero, Hold the Weaksauce: He lacked a Color Timer (or a time limit in his true form, for that matter), unlike his predecessor. The fact that the solar panels on his chest and shoulders can collect solar energy as needed made him more powerful in comparison.
    • Somewhat averted because unlike the original Ultraman, he was weakened by extreme cold and could still run out of energy and sustain severe injuries if faced with a powerful enemy. Also unlike the original Ultraman, his injuries stacked up overtime to the point where he was on death's door in the last two episodes, whereas the original was stronger by comparison because he was still fighting fit when he faced his final opponent.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Somehow other aliens usually have no trouble recognizing Seven for what he really is when he's disguised as Dan.
  • Precision-Guided Boomerang: How The Eye Slugger behaves.
  • Sizeshifter: From micro-sized to several hundred feet.
  • Super Strength: Almost on par with Ultraman's.
  • Telekinesis: Was able to levitate kaiju, as well as control the Eye Slugger this way
  • Telepathy: He talked to other aliens this way
  • Teleporters and Transporters: Limited ability, used in Episode 18.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting/Humanshifting: From human to his M78 form and back
  • Worf Had the Flu: He was severely weakened by the time Episode 48 aired due to the worsening effects of past injuries.
  • You Are Number 6: Stationary Post Observer # 340, UG member # 7.

    The Ultra Garrison 
The defense team of the series, Ultra Garrison is an elite branch of the Terrestrial Defense Forces (TDF), a worldwide organization established to thwart alien invaders.

As a whole

Dan Moroboshi

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Portrayed by: Kohji Moritsugu, Rob Roy (TNT dub)
The protagonist and Ultra Garrison's newest recruit, Dan Moroboshi is Ultraseven in a human disguise and can turn back into Ultraseven using the Ultra Eye. He is a friendly but enigmatic person amongst his teammates. He later reappears in Ultraman Leo, where he is the captain of the new defense team MAC.
  • Alien Among Us: Disguised as a human, aware of human's potential for good as well as their hubris and occasional cruelty.
  • All-Loving Hero: Loves the Earth, swore to protect it, and would die fighting for it rather than save his own skin.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: He had vast previous knowledge of some of his enemies
  • Good-Looking Privates: Played by a former male model, no less.
  • Henshin Hero: The second one from Tsuburaya
  • The Hero: Main character
  • Honor Before Reason: Will keep a promise to be present during a sick child's surgery ("The brave one") and defend Earth ("The world's greatest invasion"), no matter if he's injured or in mortal danger.
  • Human Aliens: He was a shape-shifting alien who adopted a human identity in honor of a brave man he saved.
  • Human Outside, Alien Inside: No X-rays please, Anne!
  • Love Interest: To Anne.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Jarringly, his personality seems to have become much more harsh in Ultraman Leo, probably due to being unable to transform.
  • Manly Tears: After his defeat to the Gillas Brothers and Alien Magma.
  • Meaningful Name: Moroboshi = many stars
  • Mentor Occupational Hazard: A subversion in Ultraman Leo. He just vanishes instead of dying and goes back to the Land of Light, where he finishes healing his injuries, returning in time as Seven to give Leo one final pep talk before he fights Black Directive's last monster.
  • Morton's Fork: From Episode 48: Save yourself and live or save Earth and die. Dan took a third option.
  • Nice Guy: In general.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: His Capsule Monsters, and Sevengar in Ultraman Leo.
  • Official Couple: With Anne, if Super 8 Ultra Brothers and the last episode of Ultraseven X are to be believed.
  • Reality Ensues: He suffered injury after injury in giant form that eventually affected his human form. His superior warned him not to transform even as Pandon attacked the UG. After he fought Pandon to defeat the first time (and was curb-stomped throughout), he turned back into Dan and collapsed with a head injury, right where the kaijuu had kicked Seven.
    • Using his telekinetic powers in Ultraman Leo left him severely weakened, no doubt due to the same injuries that left him unable to transform.
  • Rock Beats Laser: Leg-twisting twin kaijuu beat hero's Eye Slugger in Ultraman Leo
  • Running Gag: His Ultra Eye gets stolen often.
  • Shapeshifter Mode Lock: The Ultra Eye melted down after the leg injury in his battle vs the Gillas Brothers, so he couldn't transform into giant size again until the trinket was repaired back on M-78.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: in Ultraman Leo, Dan is defeated by Alien Magma and the Gillas Brothers, which together with his injuries, his inability to transform, and newfound responsibilities (team captain, mentor to Gen), left him with PTSD. In the first episode, as he's talking to Gen about joining MAC, you can see his Thousand-Yard Stare, staring teary eyed into the distance. Later, tensions escalate between Gen and Dan due to Gen's inexperience and Dan's frustration and impatience.
  • Say My Name: On the receiving end of this. "DAAAAAAAAN"
  • Sixth Ranger: joined the Ultra Garrison last.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Dan Moroboshe?
  • The Stoic: Usually...
    • Not So Stoic: In "Glory For Whom?", "Dark Zone" (look as he's trying to establish radio contact with the aliens), and Ultraman Leo
  • Transformation Trinket: The Ultra Eye, a set of red-rimmed clear goggles
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Being an alien, he transformed whenever the need arised.

Commander Kaoru Kiriyama

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Portrayed by: Shoji Nakayama, Jean Fontaine (TNT dub)
A veteran of countless battles against alien invasions, Commander Kiriyama is a no-nonsense fellow, but also a kindhearted one.

Soga

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Portrayed by: Shinsuke Achiha, Marc Denis (TNT dub)
The best shot on Ultra Garrison and Dan's closest friend on the team. Soga is pretty easygoing most of the time, but not be trifled with on the field.

Shigeru Furuhashi

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Portrayed by: Sandayu Dokumamushi (credited as "Iyoshi Ishii"), Dean Hagopian (TNT dub)
The strongest man on Ultra Garrison. Furuhashi is a tough-looking but friendly man whose skills with a firearm are only outclassed by Soga.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: In "The Saucers are Coming", complains about Saburo's sighting of flying saucers, dismissing it as a crank call. He, who has seen aliens face-to-face.
  • The Big Guy: His first scene was his exercise routine and The Narrator's description of his capabilities.
  • BFG: Shoots rounds instead of laser beams. Soga carries a similar weapon.
  • Butt-Monkey: Anything can happen to him (possession, injuries, humiliations, etc).
  • Character Aged with the Actor: Ishii played a much older Furuhashi (first as a team captain, like Kiriyama before him, and then as a TDF commander) in the '90s video specials.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Return to the North!"
  • Expy: Of Arashi. Played by the same actor.
  • My Beloved Smother: In "Fly North!", Mrs. Furuhashi pretends to be ill so her son would visit her in Hokkaido and maybe even quit the Ultra Garrison. Upon hearing this, he went back to work. She then drops by for a visit just as he is about to crash his plane with an airliner thanks to the Kanan aliens.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: His reactions are priceless.

Amagi

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Portrayed by: Bin Furuya, Arthur Grosser (TNT dub)
The strategist of Ultra Garrison. Amagi is extremely intelligent, but also tends to be the most anxious in times of crisis.

Anne Yuri

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Portrayed by: Yuriko Hishimi, Jane Woods (TNT dub)
Dan's love interest, as well as Ultra Garrison's nurse and communications operator. Anne is the youngest and sole female member of Ultra Garrison, but has proven herself to be quite skilled on the field.

Captain Kurata

Portrayed by: Hiroshi Minami
An old friend of Commander Kiriyama from their days as privates in Ultra Garrison, Captain Kurata is stationed on board Ultra Garrison's space station V3, but occasionally joins the Japan-based team on missions.
  • 11th-Hour Ranger: Joins the UG at the end to distract Pandon, allowing Seven to defeat it once and for all.
  • The Ace: He's a badass fighter pilot.
  • Cool Plane: The Station Hawk
  • Friendly Rival: To Kiriyama, whom he respects.
  • Hero of Another Story: He killed one or more Zampa aliens three years before the episode "Terror on the Moon".
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's rude, condescending, impatient, and antagonistic to those he deems incompetent, yet he's the first one to apologize to Dan/Seven (who had clashed with Kurata early in Episode 48) at the end.
  • Revenge: Alien Zampa wants him dead for what happened three years prior to "Terror on the Moon"
  • Secret Keeper: Found out Dan was Ultraseven at the same time as the UG, and didn't take it well.
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    Capsule Monsters 

As a Whole:

A trio of kaiju that Dan releases from small capsules to fight in his stead whenever he is incapable of transforming into Ultraseven for some reason. Although only appearing in a handful of episodes, they've become very popular and often reappear in the Ultra Series alongside their master and other heroes, both human and Ultra.
  • Breakout Character: Miclas and Windam more than Agira, but all three are among the most well-remembered monsters from Ultraseven, even if they only appeared in a total of 7 episodes.
  • Butt-Monkey: They never won any battles and largely served as punching bags for the aliens and monsters until Dan could turn into Ultraseven.
  • Mons: Beating Pokémon by some 20+ years!
  • Sealed Good in a Can: Lived in small capsules that Dan carried in a case. When Dan needed to slow his enemies down, he threw a capsule into the distance and one of these kaiju would appear.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Dan.

Windam

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First Appearance: The Invisible Invader
The first Capsule Monster we're introduced to, Windam is a robotic creature from the planet Metal in M78. Dan used Windam to destroy Alien Cool's spaceship armada and Alien Kanan's lighthouse spaceship, as well as to battle Alien Guts when the bird-like invaders challenged him to battle.

Due to his status as the very first of the Capsule Monsters to appear in the series, Windam has returned many more times in the later entries of the Ultra Series as a steadfast ally of the Ultras and humanity, most prominently in Ultraman Mebius and Ultraman Z.


Miclas

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First Appearance: The Secret of the Lake
A horned monster from the planet Buffalo in M78. Miclas was first seen when Dan used him to battle Eleking when his Ultra Eye was stolen by the Pitts. Later on, Miclas was brought back to fight the icy monster Gandar when Dan lost his Ultra Eye in the blizzard created by the latter kaiju.

Arguably the most popular of the Capsule Monsters, Miclas has made many reappearances in the Ultra Series, notably in Ultraman Mebius and Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle NEO. In that time, he's been given characterization as timid until riled up by a strong but benevolent master.


  • The Big Guy: Most likely to use sheer force and often used by Dan against kaiju threats for such.
  • Breath Weapon: He showed the ability to fire a red heat ray from his mouth in his battle against Gandar, although this is never seen again in any subsequent appearances.
  • Diving Kick: With his jumping skills he's able to deliver devasting ones.
  • A Load of Bull: Meant to be reminiscent of a bipedal bison.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Miclas, Mikulas, Miklas, Miculas...
  • Spring Jump: Can jump very high and very well. His landing is another story. He can also deliver a flying kick with this ability.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends he is able to earn his first true victory by defeating a resurrected Bemstar.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: He disappeared from the series after Episode 25. Later installments do show him alive and well, however.

Agira

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First Appearance: The Wandering Planet
A dinosaur-like beast from the planet Animal in M78. Agira was first used to fight the monster Rigger when Dan discovered that the Ultra Eye couldn't work in its asteroid's magnetic field, and was later pitted against the Salome aliens' Robot Ultraseven while Dan went to retrieve the Ultra Eye that the invaders had separated him from.

Agira is not as popular as Miclas and Windam, and as a result, he is the least frequently reappearing of the Capsule Monsters, having been absent in most series that feature the other two. That said, he hasn't been totally forgotten and still has made a few reappearances to date.


    Monsters and Aliens 

Alien Cool

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First Appearance: The Invisible Invader
Voiced by: Koji Yada
An alien invader who kidnapped humans by using his invisible spaceship and demanded that Earth submit to his control in exchange for the hostages. When Earth refused to accept the deal, he sent his invasion fleet to decimate Japan. Fortunately for the world, Ultraseven had arrived on the planet just a while before, now in the form of Dan Moroboshi and having his first encounter with Ultra Garrison.

Alien Wyann

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First Appearance: The Green Terror
A vampiric plant-like alien that kidnapped an Ultra Garrison member named Ishiguro and impersonated him by using a mineral called Tilsonite 808. The alien would then transform into his true form every night to feed on blood, turning victims into more of his kind.

Alien Pitt

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First Appearance: The Secret of the Lake
Voiced by: Reiko Takahashi (also human form actor of both)
A pair of aliens who disguised themselves as playful twin girls, bring the monster Eleking with them. They placed its tadpole form in a lake for safekeeping and then stole Dan's Ultra Eye to ensure Ultraseven could not stand in the way of Eleking. Since then, the Pitts have made a few more appearances in the Ultra Series, and almost always in association with Eleking.

Eleking

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First Appearance: The Secret of the Lake
An electric eel-based monster used by the Pitts as their weapon to conquer Earth. The alien girls hid the monster's tadpole form in a lake near their ship until the creature was ready to come out in its towering adult form and rampage across the countryside.

Eleking is one of Ultraseven's most recognizable foes, thus among the most popular monsters in the Ultra Series. Thus, he makes numerous appearances in the later entries of the franchise, including a heroic one in Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle.


  • Attack the Tail: Miclas attempts this when fighting Eleking, only to fall victim to Eleking's electrified tail. And in the penultimate battle, Ultraseven severs Eleking's tail besides decapitating it.
  • Breakout Character: Has appeared in nearly every entry of the Ultra Series in some form since returning in Ultraman Max. He's also been on the side of the Ultramen and Rei's Gomora in several incarnations too!
  • Breath Weapon: Generally spits out a series of electrical disks, but later series have given him some additional ones.
  • Eyeless Face: Has two rotating antenna where most monsters usually have eyes.
  • Meaningful Name: It's a combination of "electric" and "king".
  • Metamorphosis Monster: Begins as a tadpole-like creature small enough to fit in a human hand before eventually growing into a bipedal salamander/electric eel monster standing 55 meters tall.
  • Off with His Head!: Ultraseven kills him this way.
  • Pet Monstrosity: Of the Pitts.
  • Prehensile Tail: A very long one for wrapping around enemies and shocking them to death.
  • Psycho Electric Eel: Is meant to resemble a mix of an electric eel and a typical kaiju.
  • Shock and Awe: His element, which allows him to spit various electrical attacks from his mouth, as well as shock opponents by touching them.

Alien Godola

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First Appearance: Respond, Max!
Voiced by: Kyoji Kobayashi
Dastardly aliens who used an anti-gravity field to abduct ships at sea, capturing an Ultra Garrison investigation crew. They also attempted to destroy Ultra Garrison headquarters with a bomb and stole Dan's Ultra Eye in order to do it without opposition. The Godolas have since made a few reappearances in the Ultra Series, notably in the Heisei Ultraseven and Ultraman Geed.

Alien Bira

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First Appearance: The Erased Time
Voiced by: Mahito Tsujimura
Alien invaders who froze time to mind control Ultra Garrison scientist Dr. Yushima, making him their minion and sending him to sabotage Ultra Garrison headquarters, for which they pinned the blame on Dan being a double agent in order to launch their attack without any opposition from Ultraseven.

Alien Pegassa

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First Appearance: Dark Zone
Voiced by: Junichi Higasa
Aliens who built a utopian space city that ended up on a collision course with Earth when its power supply malfunctioned. One came to Ultra Garrison headquarters to request that humanity adjust Earth's orbit, or his people would be forced to blow up the planet. Meanwhile, Ultra Garrison was planning to destroy the Pegassa's space city too, hoping that the aliens would receive their warnings to evacuate.

Alien Pegassa was brought back in the Heisei Ultraseven series, but more notably, an individual named Pega appears as one of the main characters of Ultraman Geed and the best friend of the eponymous hero's human identity.


  • Anti-Villain: Although very condescending to more primitive species, they were just wanting to protect their doomed city.
  • Casting a Shadow: Showed the ability to cloak himself in shadows.
  • Last Villain Stand: A tragic example. The Pegassa on Earth sets up a bomb to destroy the planet to save his people. When Dan arrives he informs him he's too late, his people and city are gone. Enraged by this he decides to set off the bomb anyway to avenge them. Interestingly unlike most examples of this trope the Pegassa lives in the end, getting out of there after Dan becomes Ultraseven.
  • Nuke 'em: Pegassa City was destroyed with a nuclear missile before it could collide with Earth. Unfortunately it killed most of the Pegassans, as they underestimated the damage it could do. A few were able to escape and settled on the planet.
  • The Right of a Superior Species: They believed humans were best destroyed when learning that they were incapable of changing their planet's orbit. The Pegassan on Earth tried to detonate the planet so that Pegassa City would survive.
  • Too Clever by Half: Clever enough to save themselves after their planet was destroyed, clever enough to build a floating space city and manufacture everything they needed (even air), but naive or arrogant in their belief the people of Earth are willing or able to shift the planet's orbit.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: The Pegassa that fought Seven ran into the night after failing to blow up the Earth.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: They simply wanted to save their skins from total destruction even if it meant blowing up Earth!
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: The original one ran off, never to be seen again. More memebers of species did return in an episode in the Heisei series, which revealed other Pegassans survived and now live on Earth. They have split into two groups, debating whether to live amongst the humans or avenge Pegassa City's destruction.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: A major element of them was the moral dilemma between blowing up Pegassa City or risking the destruction of both the planet and the city.

Alien Quraso

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First Appearance: Alien Prisoner 303
A homicidal maniac from a distant world who came to Earth to escape his planet's lawmen. There, he made a life out of murdering humans and guzzling down any available gasoline he could find, which ended up attracting the attention of Ultra Garrison.
  • Aliens Are Bastards: A rare aversion here. The Quraso race themselves are not bad or even the problem of the episode, it’s one dangerous criminal from their planet. The Quraso race themselves even sent a warning to the Ultra Garrison about the criminal. It’s one of the rare times an episode ends with Ultra Garrison on good terms with an alien race.
  • Ax-Crazy: A serial killer from an alien planet.
  • Breath Weapon: A stream of fire.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Can drink gasoline with no ill effects!
  • Dirty Coward: He loves murdering but at the same time often attempts to run away the second anyone could fight back comes along. It’s also implied in his final moments, he’s crying for mercy before he explodes.
  • Kill It with Fire: Yes, the fire-breathing, gas-guzzling alien is burned to death from crashing a plane in an escape attempt.
  • Mind Control: Able to release a flash from his forehead that puts people who see it under his control, which he uses to hold a family hostage and later get Anne to drive him to Ultra Garrison base.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: For most of the episode, it plays out like murder mystery with the alien only being shown in parts and his exact identity left ambiguous until later.
  • Reality Ensues: An alien who drinks a lot of gasoline is naturally explosive.
  • Serial Killer: Stated to have been a serial killer on his home planet before coming to earth where he continues his murder spree.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Kyuraso or Quraso?

Alien Metron

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First Appearance: The Targeted Town
Voiced by: Shinji Nakae
An alien invader who disguised himself as a cigarette deliveryman in order to place tiny red crystals inside cigarettes from vending machines all around the town of Kitagawa, causing anyone who smoked those cigarettes to go temporarily insane and attack others in brief but violent rampages.

Alien Metron is one of the most iconic aliens in the Ultra Series, with his strange appearance, sunset battle with Ultraseven, and friendly coffee table chat with Dan making him incredibly recognizable in Japan. Thus, Metron has made him numerous reappearances in the franchise against many new generations of Ultra heroes.


  • Affably Evil: Very friendly and polite to the point of having a cup of tea with the characters.
  • The Anticipator: His greeting to Dan at the end: "Welcome, UltraSeven. I've been expecting you."
  • Breakout Villain: Quickly became one of the most popular aliens in the show. The famous coffee table discussion scene in his debut borders on Memetic Mutation in Japan.
  • Dub Name Change: The Kiirlons in the TNT English dub.
  • Good Smoking, Evil Smoking: Most certainly of the evil variety as he uses cigarettes to turn humans to violence.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: In Seven, as well as Ace.
  • Hate Plague: He plants little crystals inside cigarettes that makes people go crazy.
  • No Mouth: Has a series of yellow patches that flashes when he talks!
  • Paper Tiger: Warns Seven to stay out of their business claiming they don’t want to kill another alien. In truth, they stood no chance against Ultraseven and immediately attempt to retreat the second Dan transforms.
  • Starfish Aliens: Meant to resemble an upright shellfish of some sort.

Alien Chibu

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First Appearance: Android Zero Directive
Portrayed by: Kenjiro Uemura (human form actor)
An alien who disguised himself as an elderly toymaker to make disturbingly realistic toy weapons and little badges for children while sending his Android Zero-One to assassinate Dan. He intended to use the badges to receive radio waves of his that would mind control children into soldiers that would kill all the adults on Earth.

Although Alien Chibu is not considered one of Ultraseven's most iconic foes, an individual of the species named Exceller surprisingly appeared as the Big Bad of Ultraman Ginga S.


  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: When the Ultra Garrison first meets him he seems like a kindly old man handing out toys to children, but in truth, he’s an evil alien invader who isn’t above using Child Soldiers.
  • Brain Monster: His true form is one with tentacles.
  • Child Soldiers: Plans to brainwash a large portion of the children in the city to use them as soldiers to conquer the earth.
  • Mind Control: Essentially how he'll take over the world — by turning kids into child soldiers with it.
  • My Brain Is Big: It's more than half of his body!
  • My Little Panzer: Dangerously realistic toy weapons are his choice of weapon, complete with tiny tanks and planes to shoot people.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Chibull, Chibu, Chiburu?
  • Starfish Aliens: His normal form, a brain with a face and tentacles.

Android Zero-One

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First Appearance: Android Zero Directive
Portrayed by: Yukiko Kobayashi
Alien Chibu's robotic female servant, which he sent out to locate and assassinate Dan Moroboshi using a deadly electric joy buzzer. During an early attempt, she mistook Furuhashi for Dan, almost killing him and leading Ultra Garrison to investigate for her motives and eventually uncover Alien Chibu's plan.

Alien Icarus

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First Appearance: The Suspicious Neighbour
Portrayed by: Ren Yamamoto (human form actor)
An alien who disguised himself as a human and moved into a house to work on a piece of technology that would allow his homeworld's troops to get to Earth through another dimension, only to be spotted by a boy next door whose suspicions of his neighbour led to Ultra Garrison discovering his invasion plot. Alien Icarus has reappeared a few times since then, notably as an antagonist in Ultraman Ginga.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Its human form rocks a two-piece suit with a turtleneck.
  • Bat Out of Hell: An evil alien invader who resembles a bat.
  • Bizarre Alien Biology: Hairless body of an elephant, ears of a bat, head of a bat/rat, hair on top, high-pitched screech...
  • Dub Name Change: To a Kyalian in English.
  • Phantom Zone: The Fourth Dimension, which his species planned to use as a shortcut to invading Earth.
  • Pointy Ears: Like those of a bat. They're also capable of firing hailstorms of energy needles.
  • Spanner in the Works: His plan probably would have gone off without a hitch it wasn’t for a little kid noticing his strange activities
  • Teleport Spam: Uses a short-distance of this briefly during the battle with Ultraseven.

Alien Wild

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First Appearance: Fly to the Mountain of Evil
Voiced by: Eiji Maruyama
A yeti-like extraterrestrial who came to Earth in order to help his species gain eternal youth. To this end, he used a camera that trapped the souls of humans in its film whenever it took a picture of the victims, managing to "kill" Dan Moroboshi with it.

Narse

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First Appearance: Fly to the Mountain of Evil
A robotic dragon able to transform into a flying saucer, and used by Alien Wild as his ride to Earth. He stored Narse within his mountain lair until his plans were foiled by Ultra Garrison, forcing him to call out the robot to destroy Ultra Garrison and flee Earth.

Narse would later reappear in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends under control of Alien Zetton, attempting to crush the Pendragon with his coils and battling Ultraman Dyna.


Alien Spell

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First Appearance: From Another Planet with Love
Aliens who came to Earth in search of the blood of young women to cure their radiation sickness after having devastated their homeworld through nuclear war. One was sent to sell watches that drained victims of their blood, while he dated a friend of Anne named Sanae. But when Sanae's little brother tried a watch, the aliens discovered that children's blood was even better!

However, this alien is better known for being in "The Banned Episode", as an atomic bomb survivor noticed the Unfortunate Implications they had on bomb survivors (who face terrible discrimination in Japanese society). DVD releases won't include the episode either (it was featured on the TNT dub though), so we likely won't being seeing this alien in a very long time.


Alien Iyros

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First Appearance: The Man from V3
Voiced by: Koji Yada
An alien who made an unprovoked attack Ultra Garrison's space station V3 and hid on Earth when pursued by the space station's Captain Kurata. He kidnapped Furuhashi and Amagi, creating clones of them as spies, and made incessant demands to Ultra Garrison for fuel to be able to leave in peace.
  • Breath Weapon: A series of small energy bolts.
  • Capture and Replicate: Captured Amagi and Furuhashi, sending duplicates to the UG base to steal fuel, possibly blow the base up.
  • I Lied: Oh, he never planned on leaving Earth in peace once given the spaceship supplies.
  • Spin Attack: Can spin his body very quickly to deflect attacks.
  • Starfish Aliens: Played with a rubber suit, but nowhere near humanoid.

King Joe

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First Appearance: The Ultra Garrison Goes West Pt. 1
The Pedans' ultimate war machine, sent to Earth in the form of four spaceships to attack an important international meeting in Japan. King Joe's strength was so great that it easily defeated Ultraseven, leaving Ultra Garrison to figure out how to bypass the robot's nigh-invincible Pedanium plating.

King Joe is the one of most iconic and popular kaiju in the Ultra Series, and has made numerous reappearances in other entries of the franchise, often as a Pedan monster, but sometimes under other aliens' control. He has also received an incredibly powerful arm cannon in several incarnations, beginning with Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle.


  • Achilles' Heel: Being made of Pedanium, he's vulnerable to a certain type of chemical.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: In the Heisei series, Ultra Garrison rebuilds him as an Earth defender. It still remembers its original purpose.
  • Barrier Warrior: Displayed the ability to coat itself in an electrical force field that serves not only to block energy rays, but zap enemies.
  • Breakout Villain: Has appeared in nearly every entry of the Ultra Series since returning in Ultraman Max.
  • Combining Mecha: Made from four spaceships that are capable of separating and combining at will, even in the middle of a fight to dodge attacks.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: To the Pedans — a trait that has been carried in most of his later appearances. While the Pedans themselves are hardly a threat to an Ultra, King Joe is their trump card.
  • Dragon Their Feet: In the Heisei continuity. After being rebuilt, it remembers its original purpose and continues its late creators' mission.
  • Eye Beams: Has this ability (called the Dest Ray), though he usually prefers to just use his own two fists. Given how tough he is, it's excusable.
  • Humongous Mecha: A gigantic robot, and the most famous one in the Ultra Series.
  • Implacable Man: His armour makes him nearly unkillable except when hit by the most powerful attacks.
  • The Juggernaut: Huge, slow, but nearly unstoppable. Taken Up to Eleven when equipped with the arm cannon, which actually killed other monsters in a single shot.
  • Tuckerization: Named after Tetsuo Kinjo, a friend of Eiji Tsuburaya and head writer for Ultraseven and Ultraman (with some work on Ultra Q).
  • The Worf Effect: Absolutely pummels Ultraseven in the first fight. It tends to be a recurring trait for him in many other appearances, notably Ultra Galaxy.

Alien Pedan

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First Appearance: The Ultra Garrison Goes West Pt. 1
Portrayed by: Shun Yashiro, Hiroshi Tanabe (voices), Linda Hardisty (Dorothy Anderson impersonator)
A race of aliens who declared war on Earth when a Terrestrial Defense Forces satellite visiting their planet was mistaken for a weapon. They launched their assault by sending an assassin disguised an American TDF agent to kill all foreigners on Japanese soil, as well as calling in their robot King Joe to battle Ultraseven.

The Pedans have only appeared a few times in the Ultra Series since their debut, but one of their more notable ones would have to be in Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle NEO, where a group of them were one of the Big Bads.


  • Dub Name Change: They become the Rodanians in the TNT dub.
  • Human Aliens: Though not seen beyond the Anderson double, they are revealed to be such in Ultra Galaxy.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: If humans hadn't visited the Pedan planet without warning, the whole crisis would have never happened! Then again, the Pedan leader revealed they always had plans to invade Earth anyway.
  • I Lied: Seriously, Anderson? You flat-out promised alien-on-alien with Dan not to invade Earth, and now you call for the invasion fleet!
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: This is what the Alien Pedan truly are. They are first introduced attacking the Earth and sending King Joe to attack Ultraseven. When Dan confronts Fake Dorothy, they claim that they wouldn’t have invaded if it weren’t for the satellite. Dan shows sympathy and makes an alien-to-alien peace deal with the Pedans, which they appear to accept. The Pedans reveal they never had any intentions for peace by not only flat-out lying to Dan, but reveal they were always interested in conquering Earth anyway.
  • Jerkass: Even if Earth started the war in the first place, the Pedans aren't exactly a friendly people as seen in later series.

Annon

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First Appearance: Eyes Shining in the Darkness
Voiced by: Shinji Nakae
An incorporeal eye-like entity from the planet Annon who was separated from his body when he arrived on Earth via a crashed rocket ship that had been sent by Earth to his homeworld a few months back. He befriended a boy named Hiroshi to help him reunite with his body.
  • Brown Note: In eyeball form, Annon can create a high frequency sound to give others agonizing migraines.
  • Eye Beams: His power in rock monster form.
  • Faceless Eye: His normal form.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: After being beaten by Ultraseven and being told that humanity did not mean to hurt his people he decides to just leave.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: He never wanted to conquer Earth or destroy cities, he just wanted to tell humanity to leave him alone.
  • Rock Monster: An interesting example as the monster is normally a hollow shell, but Annon needs it to be able to make contact with the physical world.

U-Tom

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First Appearance: Underground: Go! Go! Go!
A mysterious class of robots that guard an abandoned subterranean city and its seismic machine. Ultra Garrison ran into them when they had to rescue a miner trapped underground by the earthquakes created by the enigmatic underground city.
  • Achilles' Heel: Their exposed facial workings mean shooting them in the head disables them.
  • Ambiguous Situation: What exactly is their backstory? Are they aliens or an ancient underground civilization?
  • Arm Cannon: Their weapon.
  • The Blank: Just a series of gears instead of a face.
  • Drop the Hammer: Their left hands are compacted and heavy, essentially made to act as sledgehammers in melee combat.
  • Tin-Can Robot: What they are essentially.

Alien Bell

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First Appearance: Escape Space X
A cicada-like alien who trapped Soga and Amagi in an alien jungle realm called Space X to let them die lost and confused. In the meantime, he focused on tormenting Dan and Ultra Garrison with his agonizing bell-like cries whenever they tried to contact their vanished teammates.

Gumonga

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First Appearance: Escape Space X
A species of giant spider that lived in Alien Bell’s awful jungle realm of Space X to attack unlucky prisoners for his entertainment. Soga and Amagi encountered quite a few of these around Space X.

Space Ticks

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First Appearance: Escape Space X
When Soga first woke up in Space X, he was attacked by these strange extraterrestrial parasites, which latched onto his body in an attempt to get at his blood. He killed them pretty quickly though.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Regular-sized ticks are microscopic in size and are already a nuisance, but ticks the size of fists?
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appear for a singly scene as a minor nuisance and have never been brought up again since.

Sunflan

First Appearance: Escape Space X
A few of these carnivorous plants attacked Amagi and Soga as they wandered about in Bell's Space X. Fortunately, Dan, Anne, and Kiriyama arrived just in time to rescue them.
See Ultraman TV Series

Alien Bado

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First Appearance: Project Blue
Voiced by: Ryuji Saikachi
A ruthless race of aliens who had destroyed all life on Pluto thousands of years ago and now wanted to do the same to Earth. However, the Terrestrial Defense Forces had set up a powerful force field around Earth called Project Blue, so the aliens kidnapped the project’s head, Dr. Miyabe, to gain the plans for the shield.
  • Blood from the Mouth: Upon his demise.
  • Combat Pragmatist: The head Bado was shown to be a dirty fighter, using all sorts of underhanded tactics from pretending to surrender to knuckle spikes.
  • Dub Name Change: The leader is renamed Lord Wayne.
  • The Emperor: Self-declared ruler of the universe.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Ultraseven breaks his skull, which makes him puke a whole mouthful of red blood.
  • Invisibility: Dan is attacked by a Bado soldier using this. Killing him ends it though.
  • Jerkass: Cruel, sadistic, and arrogant beyond belief.
  • Kick the Dog: When Dr. Miyabe refuses to give away his plans, they proceed to torment his wife.
  • Lamprey Mouth: He has only six fangs, but the general appearance is the same.
  • Mad Bomber: The Bado also place a world-destroying bomb in the Earth's core, but Seven gets rid of it before it detonates.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Unlike most Ultra Aliens, they were solely interested in destroying all life on Earth rather than conquest.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: For the self-proclaimed emperors of the universe they seem like any other invading force. The Space Garrison has little trouble clearing them out and the leaders battle with Ultraseven is less than impressive. Plus someone else has the better claim to the title to Emperor of the universe.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: Wayne, Lord of the Universe in the dub.

Alien Shaplay

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First Appearance: Destroy Epicenter X
Portrayed by: Takashi Kitahara (human form actor)
An alien who came to Earth in search of a mineral from the center of the world called Ultonium. He disguised himself as Dr. Sakai, the cheerful assistant of a crabby old seismologist named Dr. Iwamura to keep Ultra Garrison busy while they investigated the activities of his monster Giladorus.

Despite being one of Ultraseven's more obscure foes, Alien Shaplay has made a surprising number of reappearances against the Ultras and their allies in the Ultra Series, beginning with the movie Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends.


  • Affably Evil: Dr. Iwamura (human) may be a big jerk, but his assistant (evil alien) is not.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He's a sharp dresser, too.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Disguised as a friendly, young scientist. Nobody would have guessed he was the alien.
  • Breakout Villain: Although not as popular as other Ultraseven aliens like Guts and Metron, Alien Shaplay has become a recurring member of the Ultraman rogues gallery.
  • Dub Name Change: The TNT dub calls him Raveen of Mesmeras.
  • Greed: He’s not invading like most aliens but taking a rare substance called Ultonium from the core. He still just as evil considering that his mining operation could destroy the entire world.
  • In a Single Bound: He can jump quite high, vertically, in alien form.
  • Insectoid Aliens: Resembles a man with a fly's head.
  • Master of Illusion: Can manipulate shadows to make them look like scary aliens, a trick he uses to make Anne believe Iwamura was the alien.
  • Shout-Out: His name is a reference to the astronomer, Harlow Shaplay.
  • Transformation Trinket: Used to become human.

Giladorus

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First Appearance: Destroy Epicenter X
Alien Shaplay’s pet monster, sent by its master to tunnel about in search of Ultonium, a valuable mineral found only in the Earth’s core, and causing numerous unnatural earthquakes that attracted the attention of Ultra Garrison.

Alien Mimy

First Appearance: Pursue the Undersea Base
Voiced by: Ichiro Murakoshi
A malevolent race of submarine extraterrestrials who built the monstrous warship Iron Rocks from the remains of various battleships and submarines that had been sunken during the Pacific Theatre of the Second World War.
  • Invisible Aliens: The Mimy never physically appear; just a red light they use to communicate. There is art for them does reveal what they look like though, like this piece here.
  • Technopath: The Mimy control Iron Rocks with their mind and also use it to hold UG's subs in place.
  • Visual Pun: The Mimy's submarine spaceship is shaped like a starfish - a starship!

Iron Rocks

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First Appearance: Pursue the Undersea Base
A robotic warship monster built by the Alien Mimy from the parts of various battleships and submarines destroyed during the conflict between the Americans and the Japanese in the Second World War. The machine destroyed numerous ships as it headed for the Japanese coast to attack seaside settlements.
  • Action Bomb: Iron Rocks turns itself into one to try kill Seven.
  • Dub Name Change: Due to the fact that the TNT dub changes its origins from an amalgamation of warships to a single rebuilt ship, Iron Rocks is just called the Nissan.
  • Grappling-Hook Gun: Iron Rocks is equipped with one that it uses to entangle Ultraseven for when it blows itself up.
  • Humongous Mecha: Iron Rocks is a gigantic warship robot.
  • More Dakka: Its main strategy is unloading its massive firepower onto anything it wants dead
  • Taking You with Me: Iron Rocks constricts Seven with grappling chains while activating a time bomb within itself to try do this.

Alien Burako

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First Appearance: The Human Farm
A bizarre race of aliens who discovered that the fungus that makes up the entirety of their diet grows in great abundance when exposed to the chromosomes of a human female, so they began attacking women and placing the fungus on them, turning victims into human farms while slowly killing them.

Alien Shadow

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First Appearance: Seaching for Tomorrow
Voiced by: Koichi Ueda (male individuals), Mariko Oshima (female individuals)
A group of alien invaders with the ability to turn invisible. They attempted to kill an old fortune teller named Yasui who had predicted their invasion plans with his crystal ball and sought to tell Ultra Garrison about the forecoming invasion.

The Shadow aliens also appear as major characters in Ultraman Geed, albeit without Gabura and with a new monster called Zegan. An individual named Zena is also one of the main allies of the title hero in the show.


  • The Faceless: They wear masks that may or may not present what they look like underneath. However, by Ultraman Geed, it's implied the mask is their actual face.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: Pulls this off twice, first when their ship is taken out of the sky and the 2nd when the monster seemingly killed.
  • Invisibility: They used this ability to prevent Ultra Garrison from noticing their plans.
  • Telepathy: How they speak, which is more obvious in Ultraman Geed, where Zena never opens his mouth at all when he speaks in his human form.
  • You Know Too Much: Their motive for trying to kill Yasui.

Gabura

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First Appearance: Searching for Tomorrow
A somewhat lion-like monster called forth by the Shadow aliens to destroy Ultraseven when their stealthy and secretive invasion plans were foiled by the hero and Yasui the fortune teller was rescued by Ultra Garrison.

Alien Kanan

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First Appearance: Return to the North!
Voiced by: Yoko Yano
A race of insectoid aliens that set up base in the Canadian Arctic using their spaceship disguised as a lighthouse. From their lair, they sent out beams that jammed the controls of airplanes to cause disastrous mid-air collisions between major airliners and Ultra Garrison's fighter jets.
  • Evil Laugh: Let out a peculiar laugh when Dan sent Windam their way.
  • Insectoid Aliens: Resemble women with fly's eyes.
  • Meaningful Name: They're named after Canaan, a civilization mentioned in the Bible that conflicted with the Israelites.
  • Midair Collision: What they were causing up in the Arctic by sending signals that jammed plane controls.
  • Mind Control: Use this on Windam to have him kill Ultraseven.

Gandar

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First Appearance: Showdown at -140 Degrees
The monster of the Poll aliens, Gandar was sent to Earth to freeze it all over with its icy powers. It attacked Ultra Garrison headquarters to destroy the base's generators and trapped Dan outside in the blizzards it conjured, leaving the Ultra-in-disguise to succumb to the bitter chill.

Alien Poll

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First Appearance: Showdown at -140 Degress
Voiced by: Koji Yada
A diminutive race of aliens who were the masterminds behind the Ice Age. The Poll aliens returned to Earth to start a new one, sending their monster Gandar to freeze the planet and taunting Dan while he wandered through the monster's massive snowstorms in search of his Ultra Eye.

Starbem Gyeron

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First Appearance: Super Weapon R-1
A bird-like alien that was mutated into a giant monster when the Terrestrial Defense Forces conducted a test of their new planet-destroying nuclear superweapon R-1 on his homeworld, not realizing the planet was inhabited. As the sole survivor of its planet's destruction, it flew to Earth to destroy Ultra Garrison for what they had done.

For a while, it was believed that, much like the aforementioned Alien Spell, this monster was effectively Exiled from Continuity due to controversy surrounding its episode (which was removed from circulation following the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, as said episode revolved around nuclear deterrents). However, these fears seem to have been baseless, as it returned in Ultraman Geed.


Alien Borg

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First Appearance: Operation Cyborg
Voiced by: Soya Kondo (also human form actor)
A robotic alien who hid her spaceship in a swamp. She kidnapped and mind controlled an Ultra Garrison member named Nogawa, using cybernetic implantation to turns him into a saboteur and sending him to plant explosives all over the Ultra Garrison base.

Alien Kill

First Appearance: The 700-Kilometer Dash
A race of warlike aliens that attempted to get their hands on a new and powerful explosive created by the Terrestrial Defense Forces. Dan and Amagi had to transport the thing safely by entering a 700-km motor race in disguise, only to discover the aliens were in the race as well.

Dinosaur Tank

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First Appearance: The 700-Kilometer Dash
The Kill aliens' monster of choice, Dinosaur Tank was a cyborg brute sent by the nefarious invaders to destroy the Ultra Garrison base after the aliens failed to capture the explosive in the race.
  • Cyborg: It's basically a living creature except its lower body has been replaced with a tank's base.
  • Death by Irony: He attempts to take an experimental explosive in its attack of the TDF base and fight with Ultraseven. Ultraseven uses said explosive to kill him
  • Diabolus ex Nihilo: After an entire episode fighting off the attacks of unseen humanoid aliens in a literal race, even Ultraseven seems taken aback when this thing suddenly erupts from a nearby mountain.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: The upper half of his body is a stereotypical theropod dinosaur.
  • Eye Beams: Its main weapon alongside its tank cannons.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Admit it. Even if there wasn't an image of him to show you what he looked like, you wouldn't have a hard time guessing.
  • Ninja Zombie Pirate Robot: Yup, a dinosaur attached to a tank. It's as ridiculous and as awesome as it sounds.
  • Tank Goodness: The lower half of his body is a tank, complete with cannons.

Alien Prote

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First Appearance: The Lonely Earthling
Voiced by: Masahiko Naruse (also human form actor)
An alien who disguised himself as a university professor named Dr. Niwa and befriended a lonely, misanthropic student named Ichinomiya. The two constructed a teleporter that Prote told Ichinomiya would be used to take them away from Earth's woes. However Ultra Garrison had received reports of alien sightings at the university, forcing them to investigate and interfering with Prote's real and far more malicious intentions.

Alien Plachiku

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First Appearance: For Whom is Glory For?
A plastic-like alien invader who sabotaged an Ultra Garrison military drill in order to catch them with their pants down, turning a simulated battle the crew was participating into a real one, complete with live ammunition in the automated tanks.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes stun gas, though its effect was very limited on Ultraseven.
  • Dem Bones: Comes back briefly as one.
  • Drill Tank: Pilots one to evade Ultra Garrison for the first half of the episode.
  • Insectoid Aliens: Resembles a humanoid fly.
  • I Surrender, Suckers: Did this to Seven, then froze him with some stun gas when he was about to fly off.
  • Kill It with Fire: Before returning as a skeleton, Seven sets him on fire.
  • Not Quite Dead: Despite being burned down to a skeleton he gets back up but Aoki takes him down before he can do anything else
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Plachiku or Plastic? The latter refers to how the suit's frilly texture was made with lots of plastic.

Darii

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First Appearance: The Devil in the Flower
An extraterrestrial parasite hiding inside a flower that took over the body of a girl named Kaori, causing her to wake up every night in a vampire-like state of trance and to drink blood for the monster. As the creature's parasitism slowly killed its host, the Ultra Garrison set to work on making an antidote as fast as possible to save Kaori.

Rigger

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First Appearance: The Wandering Planet
A reptilian monster that lives on a massive EMP-emitting asteroid. which it controls with its mind. The creature was sent under the command of unknown alien masters to guide the giant space rock's movement in order to crash the asteroid directly on top of the Ultra Garrison base.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: It’s mentioned that he has extraterrestrial masters, but they never appear and he is the one guiding the asteroid.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Especially psychic, asteroid-dwelling ones!
  • Invisible Aliens: Ultra Garrison speculates that Rigger had been sent by alien invaders, but the nature of the aliens behind the scheme is never expanded upon. Early versions of the script called for appearances of a race called Alien Manadalas to be commanding Rigger, but they were ultimately cut out.
  • Mind over Matter: Guides the asteroid it inhabits using just its mind.
  • Off with His Head!: His fate.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Rigger or Riggah?

Alien Uley and the Shadowmen

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First Appearance: The Dead Invaders
Portrayed by: Hiroshi Takigawa, Azuma Takaaki , Takemura Nobukaoru (Shadowmen)
The Uley were a race of alien invaders that reanimated human corpses as a ghost/zombie-like beings called Shadowmen, sending these undead creatures to sneak into the Ultra Garrison base and steal highly classified information on the locations of all the world's Ultra Garrison bases.

Dancan

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Dancan's kaiju form
First Appearance: The Vanishing City
Voiced by: Masaaki Yoshihara (also human form actor)
A highly intelligent foam-like alien entity able to change appearance. Dancan made himself at home on Earth by teleporting an entire section of Tokyo and freezing all the inhabitants in time in order to turn the place into his personal lair — something Ultra Garrison did not take kindly to.

Alien Zampa

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First Appearance: Horror on the Moon
Voiced by: Jiro Tsuruga (also human form actor)
An alien with a grudge against Kurata and Kiriyama as they had fought together against an invasion attempt by his people. He drew their attention to the Moon by blowing up Ultra Garrison's Moon base and disguised himself as an officer under Kurata named Shirihama to assassinate the two captains.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: How Kurata figures out that Shirihama is a Zampa is that when he breaks the breathing tube, the man is still alive.
  • Dead Person Impersonation: What he did with Shirihama.
  • The Mole: Wanted revenge for the defeat of his people, so he disguised himself as Shirihama to kill Kiriyama and Kurata.
  • No Mouth: Though he can make various gibbering noises in his true form.

Petero

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First Appearance: Horror on the Moon
Alien Zampa's monster, which was unleashed by the invader to kill Kiriyama and Kurata after he was caught red-handed by the two Ultra Garrison commanders. The strange rock-like monster battled Ultraseven in the darkness of the Moon, using the lack of light to its advantage.

Alien Pega

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First Appearance: The 0.1 Second Kill
Voiced by: Mahito Tsujimura
An alien who made a deal with a rival of Soga named Hirota to improve the man's firing skills under the condition that Hirota do something important for him. The errand turned out to be assassinate several important Ultra Garrison scientists, and Hirota was mind controlled for it.

Alien Magellan Maya

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First Appearance: The Stolen Ultra Eye
Portrayed by: Yuri Yoshida
An agent from a race of human-like aliens sent to Earth under orders of her superiors to steal the Ultra Eye, with the promise that she would be picked up afterwards. She succeeded in her mission, but her superiors abandoned her on Earth while they launched a planet-destroying missile at it.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Dan was quite remorseful upon finding out that Maya had chosen death over living amongst humans in peace, even after she was betrayed by her own species.
  • Driven to Suicide: Her fate as she didn't want to live on Earth with humans.
  • Human Aliens: It's implied that her species look exactly like humans.
  • Jerkass: Looked down on humans and planet Earth. So much so that she decided she would rather kill herself than live peacefully amongst humanity for the rest of her life.
  • Last-Second Chance: After she was betrayed by her species, Dan offered her the opportunity to live peacefully on Earth amongst humankind. She rejected it.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: Gives Dan his Ultra Eye back after learning her people left her on Earth to die.
  • No Name Given: Averted. For the first time in the Ultra Series, an alien individual is given a name rather than being called its species, with her name being Maya.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: The most likely reason why her people abandoned her on Earth to be destroyed with the planet.

Alien Banda

First Appearance: The Courageous Battle
A race of invaders that depleted of all of their planet's resources years ago, forcing them to invader Earth in search of new resources. They sought to collect metal by using the giant robot Crazygon to snatch cars and deliver them to their spaceship.

Crazygon

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First Appearance: The Courageous Battle
The weapon of choice for the Banda aliens, Crazygon was a giant robot sent to Earth by the invaders to gather cars to turn into scrap metal, selecting out the biggest traffic jams for them. It also proved to be a major nuisance for Ultra Garrison, thanks to its nigh-impenetrable armour.
  • Blinded by the Light: Can create powerful flashes of light from its forehead laser to blind foes.
  • Dub Name Change: Becomes a Zantar Battlebot in the English dub.
  • Feed It a Bomb: Ultra Garrison attempts to destroy Crazygon and the Banda by stuffing cars with explosives for the robot to consume. The plan destroys the aliens, but Crazygon survives.
  • Humongous Mecha: A gigantic robot built for the sole purpose of taking cars.
  • The Juggernaut: Ultraseven could barely scratch him, so...
  • Right Hand of Doom: Has an enormous clamping claw on one hand to pick up cars.
  • Tin-Can Robot: Has a boxy design meant to resemble a car compactor.
  • Top-Heavy Guy: For such a huge wide body, the legs are awfully skinny!
  • Villainous Breakdown: After its masters are destroyed, Crazygon goes completely rogue and just starts destroying everything in its path.

Arlon

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First Appearance: The Seven Assassination Plan. Pt.1
A monster sent by Alien Guts, Arlon solely existed to test Ultraseven and let the alien study his combat methods. Sure enough, Arlon was defeated, but Guts got the information he desired.

Alien Guts

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First Appearance: The Seven Assassination Plan Pt. 1
A race of bird-faced aliens who prepared for world domination through studying Ultraseven's battle tactics by siccing Arlon on the hero. They then demanded that Ultraseven face them, and when Dan accepted the challenge, the invaders imprisoned him in a glass crucifix and announced to the world that Ultraseven would be executed at dawn, placing Ultra Garrison in a race against time to save the world.

Alien Guts has since become one of the most iconic aliens in the Ultra Series, making numerous reappearances. They are often shown working in alliances or controlling monsters but are always intimidating foes, due to the events of their original appearance.


  • The Anticipator: "At last you turned into Seven. We've been expecting you."
  • Badass Boast: Their first words to Dan were, paraphrasing, "We are the invincible, never defeated in battle, Guts Aliens!"
  • Bird People: Resemble featherless anthropomorphic parrots.
  • Breakout Villain: Alien Guts is one of the most popular extraterrestrial antagonists in the franchise and whenever he reappears, you can expect him to be an important villain due to his status as one of Ultraseven's most dangerous enemies.
  • Doppelgänger Attack: Alien Guts' preferred method of combat is to create clones of themselves. These duplicates are just as capable of hurting Ultras as the real one.
  • Dub Name Change: The Buffins of Abaddon in English.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Have deep guttural voices most of the time. Averted in the English dub, where they're given hilariously high pitched voices.
  • Eye Beams: Can fire stun bolts from his eyes. They used this one to defeat Ultraseven and crucify him.
  • Four Is Death: Their "hands" have four claws.
  • Hand Blast: Can fire beams of binding energy from his fingertips.
  • Intangibility: Another ability.
  • Kick the Dog: They kill Windam.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Considered by many fans to be the most dangerous foe of Ultraseven, alongside King Joe and Pandon, but they were the first ones to put the Earth in especially grave danger.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: The name in Japanese is "Gattsu", similar to "gatsu", the Onyomi reading of the Kanji radical for "death".
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Gutz and Gutts are also used.
  • Teleport Spam: Could also do this.
  • Underestimating Badassery: They thought just taking out Ultraseven would be enough to have Earth surrender. They didn't expect for the humans to not only to continue fighting, but to save Ultraseven.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When the humans manage to breakout Ultraseven and he manages to break their ship, they go absolutely nuts before Ultraseven delivers the killing blow.
  • Vocal Dissonance: They have extremely deep voices despite having parakeet heads.

Alien Tepeto

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First Appearance: Challenge from the Waters
A race of kappa-like aliens whose previous appearances on Earth inspired the legends of the famous water monsters. The Tepeto aliens set up base at the bottom of a lake, but sightings of them drew in the attention of Ultra Garrison and a group of kappa enthusiasts.

Tepeto

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First Appearance: Challenge from the Waters
A somewhat Kappa-like monster hatched by its namesake masters from an enormous egg-like capsule hidden in a lake for the purpose of conquering Earth.

Guyros

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First Appearance: Envoy of the Nonmalts
An octopus-like sea monster unleashed by the enigmatic Nonmalts to sink Ultra Garrison ships and submarines in an effort to protect their undersea homes from a potential second invasion by humans colonizing the deep.

Nonmalt

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First Appearance: Envoy of the Nonmalts
A mysterious race of undersea beings that claim to be the original inhabitants of Earth driven to the sea by humans invading from outer space. When Ultra Garrison begins to build underwater bases, the Nonmalts declared war upon the human race to defend their homes for the second time.
  • Ambiguous Situation: Whether the Nonmalts actually were alien invaders or the original inhabitants of Earth is left vague in the episode. Similarly, their human envoy's true nature is also left ambiguous.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Although western viewers my be inclined to think of the Native Americans, the backstory of the Nonmalts was based on Okinawan writer Tetsuo Kinjo's own experiences with the repression of the people of the Ryukyu Islands by the imperial Japanese government in World War 2.
  • Dub Name Change: The Tomatans.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: IF the Nonmalts were telling the truth, then humans are really invaders from another planet.
  • Ultraterrestrials: If what Shinichi (the eponymous envoy) said was true, then the Nonmalts are the original inhabitants of Earth.
  • Unreliable Narrator: A major point of the story is whether the Nonmalts were really the original Earthlings or aliens spouting crap to justify their invasion. It's revealed that they weren't lying in the Heisei series.

People of Planet 4

First Appearance: Nightmare of Planet 4
Portrayed by: Ai Michiko (secretary), Konzaburo Onogawa (secretary's boyfriend), Katsuaki Kawada (secretary's little brother)
The human-like inhabitants of an Earth-like world called Planet 4, who constructed androids to do their work long ago until their creations overthrew them and established a brutal machine-privileging dictatorship. When Dan and Soga end up on Planet 4 by accident, they find themselves having to help these people overthrow their oppressors.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: Their living conditions are very similar to communist nations and Nazi Germany.
  • Dub Name Change: They're the Humans of Simulon in the TNT dub.
  • Human Aliens: It's implied that they're more than just that... they're humans! In the dub, the Robot Chief outright states that they're humans.
  • We Have Reserves: A variant. The Robot Chief clearly did not care about how the people were killed en masse, but it ended up with the planet running out of humans to use. So he decided to invade Earth.

Robot Chief and Robot Commissioner

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Bottom: Robot Commissioner
First Appearance: Nightmare of Planet 4
Portrayed by: Masahiko Naruse (Robot Chief), Bin Morizuka (Robot Comissioner)
The dictator of Planet 4 and his assistant, who treated their creators without mercy, inevitably resulting in most of the population dying off and forcing them looked for a solution. When they noticed that Earth had a large reservoir of biologically similar species, they began plotting an invasion to enslave the human race.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Essentially how the robots got power was through their AI being too advanced for the good of the people of Planet 4.
  • The Caligula: The Robot Chief considers his subjects to be totally expendable, using them as shooting targets for entertainment and arresting people for being hit by a car.
  • Clockwork Creature: In one scene, the Chief has his secretary polish his internal workings, so he removes his face to reveal a mass of constantly rotating gears and his eyes.
  • The Dragon: The Robot Commissioner.
  • Evil Is Petty: Hits his secretary for making coffee he disliked.
  • Fantastic Racism: Well, they're Nazi space robots! What did you think?
  • Faux Affably Evil: Yes, the Chief seems friendly and smiles a lot, but he's every bit as emotionless as you would expect from a robot dictator.
  • General Ripper: The Robot Commissioner resemble a stereotypical military officer in a dictatorship, right down to the excessive medals on his uniform.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: The Robot Chief was meant to be like Hitler and Stalin, right down to the mustache.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: Both the chief and commissioner look and act exactly like humans, right down to drinking coffee.
  • Scary Dogmatic Aliens: Of the Communist and Nazi type.
  • Turned Against Their Masters: How the Robot Chief became dictator.
  • Would Hit a Girl: The Chief beats up his human secretary for making bad coffee.

Alien Goron

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First Appearance: The Terrifying Super-Simian
Voiced by: Koji Yada
A simian extraterrestrial who came to Earth to create a new world order of human-ape hybrids. He mind-controlled two scientists whjo worked at a primate zoo into helping him out with the project and disguised himself as one of the monkeys at the primate zoo to hide from Ultra Garrison.

Gori

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First Appearance: The Terrifying Super-Simian
The very first result of Alien Goron's man-ape project, acting as a bodyguard for the two scientists under his control. However, when he kills a police officer in a scuffle, it ends up attracting the attention of Ultra Garrsion and bringing Dan and Anne to the primate zoo.

Alien Perolynga

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First Appearance: The Boy who Cried Flying Saucer
Portrayed by: Hikaru Urano (true form voice), Hiroyuki Takano (human form actor)
An invader who came to Earth disguised as a little boy and befriended a stargazer named Saburo, who had seen his gargantuan invasion fleet. Perolynga convinced Saburo to try warn the Ultra Garrison night after night, but every time the Ultra Garrison checked the skies, they would see nothing.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: As stated under Faux Affably Evil, he presents himself as a good-natured fellow, but it's all part of his manipulative scheme.
  • Creepy Child: His human disguise.
  • Crying Wolf: Essentially, the nature of his whole gambit. He didn't count on Ultra Garrison being forced to take the photos seriously anyway.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Acts very friendly to Saburo, but was really just using him as a pawn.
  • Master of Illusion: How he was able to hide his enormous saucer fleet. Also used in his battle against Ultraseven where he uses loads of psychedelic visuals to confuse both the hero and viewers.

Alien Salome

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First Appearance: The Duel: Dan vs. Seven
Portrayed by: Masao Takahashi (leader), Kadena Kiyomi (female individual)
A race of super-intelligent aliens who sought to conquer Earth by creating a robot duplicate of Ultraseven to do battle with Earth's defender. However, to complete the project they needed to capture Dan in order to take the Ultra Eye from him and replicate Ultraseven's abilities in their robot.

The Salome also appeared with a major role in Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero (the prequel to Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial), where they use more robot Ultramen (along with the original Robot Ultraseven) and a mechanical doppelganger Rei's Gomora.


  • Human Aliens: It would seem so since they don't ever take any other forms.
  • Insufferable Genius: The greatest minds in the universe and very pretentious about it.
  • Meaningful Name: Salome was the daughter of King Herod in the Bible.
  • Mind Probe: They use this get the necessary information from Dan.

Robot Ultraseven

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First Appearance: The Duel: Dan vs. Seven
A mechanical doppleganger of Ultraseven that was the Salome aliens' weapon for conquering Earth. However, the aliens could not duplicate Ultraseven's powers, and thus had to capture Dan to learn his secrets before unleashing their creation out to wreak havoc and break Ultra Garrison's trust in their longtime ally.
  • Beam-O-War: Does this with the real Ultraseven's Emerium Beam.
  • Evil Knockoff: The first robotic one in the Ultra Series and possesses all the basic abilities of our hero (the Eye Slugger, Emerium Beam, and Wide Shot).
  • Humongous Mecha: Being Robot Ultraseven, duh.
  • Mecha-Mooks: Robot Ultraseven is later revealed to be one of legions upon legions of robot Ultramen and other Ultra Heroes like Rei's Gomora that the Salome have constructed.
  • Robot Me: Beating Mechagodzilla by six years!

Alien Hook

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First Appearance: Who Are You?
A race of aliens who used an apartment complex to hide their base, replacing the buildings every night with exact lookalikes and disguising themselves as the denizens. This plan ended up attracting the attention of Ultra Garrison when a drunken man returned home late at night and found that none of his friends or family recognized him. Alien Hook has appeared in a few more Ultra Series since.
  • The Blank: No face, just a series of ridges.
  • Invisibility: One of their abilities.
  • Master of Illusion: Created a perfect replica of an apartment complex, complete with them disguised as the denizens. They also use this ability in combat to confuse Ultraseven with psychedelic visuals.
  • Pig Man: Intended to resemble a faceless one with the ears and a vague snout.
  • Pointy Ears: In their normal form, similar to those of a pig.
  • Teleport Spam: Which they like to combine with their invisibility and illusory abilities for maximum confusion.
  • Un-person: What they did to that poor fellow returning home unaware that his family and friends were replaced by impersonators.
  • Wolfpack Boss: Ultraseven has to fight three of them.

Alien Ghose

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First Appearance: The Ultimate Invasion Pt. 1
Alien invaders who declared that the human race must either give them Earth in exchange for Mars or be driven to extinction. Refusing either choice, the Terrestrial Defense Forces and Ultra Garrison waged war against the aliens, who sent their monster Pandon to decimate them and began launching attacks across the globe.
  • Dub Name Change: Referred as the Sirrulians of Winser in the dub.
  • Hand Blast: They can shoot bolts of energy that create force bubbles around targets, which they use to take Amagi hostage.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The first invasion in Ultraseven in which Japan is not the only country attacked definitely makes them this for UG.
  • No Mouth: Despite being capable of speech (albeit mostly gibbering noises), they don't have a mouth.
  • Sadistic Choice: Their decree to Earth — Go live on Mars or we'll annihilate you all.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Known variously as the the Ghose, the Ghos, and the Goths, due to the lack of a "th" sound in the Japanese language.
  • This Is a Drill: They employ giant drill-nukes capable of destroying entire cities. These drill-nukes can go from their underground base in Japan to the other side of a planet within seconds.
  • The Unintelligible: They're incapable of speaking human languages, so they kidnap Amagi to do the talking for them.

Pandon

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First Appearance: The Ultimate Invasion Pt. 1
A two-headed, one-necked monster used by the Ghose as their ultimate weapon of war against Ultra Garrison's forces. Ultraseven managed to slice off one of its arms and one of its legs, but was critically wounded in the battle. Worse still, the Ghose retrieved Pandon's body and replaced its missing limbs with cybernetic ones, creating Reconstructed Pandon.

Remembered as one of Ultraseven's most dangerous foes, Pandon is a popular choice for Ultra Series reappearances due to its sheer popularity and recognizability. It is also worth noting that later incarnations of the monster have often been depicted with two heads on two necks as opposed to the original two-headed, one-necked creature.


  • An Arm and a Leg: Seven chops one of each off, but the Ghose give him new ones, durable enough to actually catch the Eye Slugger without injury.
  • Breakout Villain: Pandon is one of Ultraseven's most popular foes due to his sheer strength, and has received numerous reappearances and redesigns for it.
  • Breath Weapon: Two streams of fire. Later incarnations added energy beams too, one red and one blue.
  • Cyborg: As Reconstructed Pandon, it has a mechanical arm and a mechanical leg.
  • Dub Name Change: A Winser Fire-Beather in the TNT dub.
  • Meaningful Name: Pandon is named after Pandora of Greek mythology, as he first comes out of a large box-like object (Pandora's Box!) to bring pain and suffering into the world.
  • Multiple Head Case / Two-Faced: Two heads. The original one had one neck while many of the later incarnations had two, separating the heads. The concept art had it as a two-headed, two-necked monster as well, but it was changed because there was trouble operating both heads on the suit.
  • Off with His Head!: Seven finally finishes him off with an Eye Slugger that decapitates him.
  • Pet Monstrosity: Of the Ghose.
  • Playing with Fire: Two streams of flame are better than one! And of all the fire-breathing monsters in the franchise, few have been more closely associated with fire than Pandon, who has appeared as the King Demon Beast of Fire in Ultraman Orb and was nicknamed the Twin-Headed Flame Beast in Ultraman Ginga
  • We Can Rebuild Him: What the Ghose did with him.
  • The Worf Effect: Pummels Ultraseven tirelessly, but...
    • Worf Had the Flu: This was mostly because Seven was far too injured to fight. He couldn't even create an Emerium Beam!
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