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    Ultraman Dyna 
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Voiced by: Takeshi Tsuruno
The eponymous hero and successor of Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Dyna appeared and merged with Shin Asuka out of the blue when Darambia attacked the Mars TPC base seven years after Tiga defeated Gatanozoa. His connections to the rest of his kind are mysterious, but Dyna defends the Earth as fiercely as Tiga. After the events of his show, Dyna would travel to other universes, first reappearing in the original Showa continuity in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends to assist the original Ultraman, Ultraseven, and Ultraman Mebius in their fight to save the Land of Light. Afterwards, Dyna would reappear many more times in the franchise.
  • Contrasting Sequel Protagonist: In terms of fighting style between Dyna and Tiga, Dyna is a Long-Range Fighter by firing his energy beam attack towards the enemy in a distance whereas Tiga is more towards to physical combat who excelled in energy manipulation.
    • This also can reflected to their respective forms and abilities. Tiga is the Jack-of-All-Stats for all of his Type form between the use of energy manipulation power and physical strength and his Type form can be changed any given time while Dyna is the Glass Cannon which have more ranged beam-based attack in Flash and Miracle Type than Strong Type and his forms can only be changed once at a time.
  • Finishing Move: Dyna has three finishers for each of his forms :
    • Flash-Type: Solgent Ray : Dyna fired an electric blue ray and usually used as a finisher in a plus (+) sign.
    • Miracle-Type: Revolium Wave Attack Type: Dyna compresses the space into the right hand, creates a super shock wave, releases it, emits a black hole behind the enemies, knock them into the gap of suction, kills and ruptures them there but in some instances, it has been blocked by enemies.
    • Strong-Type: Garnate Bomber: Dyna unleashed a large burst of energy from his arm and will rip straight through an opponent’s body, often leaving perfect holes through whatever part is hit.
  • Multiform Balance: Like Tiga before him.
    • Fragile Speedster: Miracle-Type, which like Tiga's Sky-Type, is very fast.
    • Jack-of-All-Stats: His default form, Flash-Type.
    • Magically Inept Fighter: His Strong-Type is this, since it lacks energy abilities besides his barrier and the Garnate Bomber, instead relies more on martial arts and strength.
    • Mighty Glacier: Strong-Type, which grants him strength on par with the strongest kaiju.
    • Squishy Wizard: His Miracle-Type carries elements of this, relying heavily on pseudo-magical, long-range abilities.
  • Technician vs. Performer: The performer to Tiga's technician. Dyna have more agility in his movement and preferred to engage in long-range combat with his wide variety of beam attack when in Miracle Type.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Played straight and invoked by Dyna's Strong Type, utilizing the pure physical power of said form to perform multiple wrestling-like moves towards the kaiju.
  • Passing the Torch: Get at the receiving one from Daigo at the end of Final Odyssey.

    Super GUTS (Super Global Unlimited Task Squad) 
The successors of GUTS in the seven years since the events of Ultraman Tiga. While Super GUTS performs much of the same role as their predecessors did for TPC, their reach now extends to the rest of the Solar System in the Neo Frontier Era as humanity moves forwards and out to the stars

The Super GUTS Team

Shin Asuka

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Played by: Takeshi Tsuruno, Shunji Matsuzaki (childhood)
The protagonist and human host of Ultraman Dyna. Asuka is quite the jokester and often whines and pouts immaturely, but he's not all fun and games. When the time calls, he can be a headstrong and courageous fighter, firmly believing in the spirit of never giving up after losing his father to a mysterious light in space as a boy. He transforms by using the Reflasher.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He may be childish and reckless, but put his teammates in danger and throw a giant monster in his way, and you'll see that why he was chosen to be Ultraman Dyna.
  • Determinator: It's right in his motto: "Never give up!"
  • Disappeared Dad: A big part of his story is how his father vanished through a strange light in space when he was only a child.
  • The Hero: Obviously. He may not start out much like one, but by the finale, he truly is one.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: By being sucked into the wormhole created by Gransphere's destruction he saves Earth from the entity at the cost of never being able to return to home.
  • Hot-Blooded: His teammates joke that recklessness is his specialty.
  • Manchild: Sometimes. He does get better though.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Probably the most comical member of the Super GUTS team. Character development does help him become more serious over the course of the series.
  • Smug Super: One of his biggest flaws, especially in the early episodes. Because he can turn into Ultraman Dyna, he believes he can take on literally every single monster without needing his teammates. He quickly learns this isn't going to work when faced with Grossyna and Cyclometra.
  • Transformation Trinket: He uses the Reflasher to transform into Ultraman Dyna.
  • Walking the Earth: Or rather, the multiverse, after his Heroic Sacrifice.

Ryo Yumimura

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Played by: Risa Saito (adult), Eri Kitamura (childhood) note 

Super GUTS' tomboyish ace pilot, Ryo has very little tolerance for Asuka's goofball antics and recklessness. The two also have a rivalry over their piloting skills, but deep down they care a lot for each other. She also acts as a sort of older sister to Mai.


  • Ace Pilot: Best pilot on the team. She often leads the flight training sessions for new TPC recruits.
  • Action Girl: While she does get shot out of the sky by Monsters of the Week pretty often, she's still a pretty competent fighter and pilot.
  • Cool Big Sis: Plays this role to Mai, who calls her "sempai".
  • Cool Shades: Sometimes seen wearing these when she's piloting the GUTS Eagle or its components.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Soldiers of Tsukuyo" and "The Power of Thinking of You"
  • Friendly Rivalry: With Asuka. The two annoy each other quite a bit, but deep down, they truly do value each other as teammates.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Mai's Girly Girl.

Captain Gousuke Hibiki

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Played by: Ryo Kinomoto
The captain of Super GUTS and a loud, boisterous man who loves joking around with his subordinates.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: In contrast to his predecessor, the highly reserved Captain Iruma, Captain Hibiki is full of energy, which he mainly shows off in his loud voice.
  • The Captain: Succeeding Captain Iruma of the previous series.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Star of Peace" and "Captain Long-Legs".
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While he may seem gruff, harsh, and short-tempered at times, he enjoys joking around with his team and always has good intentions above all else.
  • No Indoor Voice: Usually when he's annoyed at Asuka being Asuka, but loudness is one of his main traits.

Toshiyuki Kohda

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Played by: Toshikazu Fukawa
Captain Hibiki's second-in-command, Kohda is known for his cool attitude and slick haircut.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Fortress of Dreams" and "The Time for Decision".
  • Foil: In contrast to the reckless and Hot-Blooded Asuka, Kohda always keeps a cool head and tries to think things through. Which is probably why the two are usually sent together on missions.
  • Number Two: To Captain Hibiki, as Super GUTS' deputy captain.

Mai Midorikawa

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Played by: Mariya Yamada
A loud and bubbly cadet whose lack of combat experience means she usually serves as the communications bridge officer. She develops crushes on all sorts of people on a regular basis.
  • Bridge Bunnies: She does most of her work on Super GUTS' computer, processing all data and communications the team gets.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Mai may be a bubbly Genki Girl with barely any experience on the field, but she knows TPC's computers better than anyone else in Super GUTS and has demonstrated it on several occasions.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Asuka's first impression of her was that she was cute, but she can also get quite loud sometimes.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Kindhearted Target" and "The Singing Investigation Robot".
  • Genki Girl: Energetic, noisy, and filled with a sunny attitude.
  • Mission Control: Due to being the most experienced with Super GUTS' computers and the least experienced on the battlefield.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Ryo's Tomboy.

Tsutomu Nakajima

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Played by: Joe Onodera
Super GUTS' pudgy inventor and science expert. Nakajima tends to get overly serious or overly panicky in many situations.
  • Big Eater: Can sometimes be seen stuffing his face with several boxes of take-out food when doing research or just not having anything better to do.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Monster with the 3000 Degree Fever" and "Vampire of the Lake".
  • The Smart Guy: A role her shares with Kariya.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: When he's seen eating, it's usually fried chicken. Lots and lots of fried chicken.

Kouhei Kariya

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Played by: Takao Kase
The least quirky member of the crew, Kariya makes it up with his superb shooting skills, as well as an expertise in archaeology.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "The Forbidden Ground Painting" and "The Supreme Ruler who Sleeps on the Moon".
  • The Smart Guy: Shared with Nakajima, but whereas Nakajima's expertise lies in science, Kariya focuses on history.

Hanejiro

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Voiced by: Junko Kawashima
A mysterious alien creature that Super GUTS first encountered during their battle against Monsarger. Hanejiro is the team's mascot and a peaceful, if sometimes mischievous, creature with intelligence equal to a second grader. He tends to make cameos in other series as well.
  • The Bus Came Back: The Return of Hanejiro sees the Fabiras send him back to Earth to help Super GUTS when Wanzetto shows up.
  • Eye Beams: Possesses a weak variant he uses to destroy energy bindings.
  • Hologram: Hanejiro's main ability is to project its messages and memories in the form of holograms from its eyes.
  • Last of His Kind: All of the other Mukkito were killed when the Fabiras' homeworld was destroyed.
  • Meaningful Name: Hanejiro's name is derived from "hane", which is Japanese for for "wings". Hanejiro's tiny beetle-like wings served as Asuka's inspiration for this.
  • Mysterious Past: All Super GUTS really knows about him is that he was originally the pet of some unfortunate alien who encountered Monsarger. The Fabiras reveal he is in fact a Mukkito, worshiped by them as a guardian creature, only to be separated when they were attacked by Monsarger.
  • Pokémon Speak: Only says "Pamu!", a leftover from when his name was originally meant to be Pamu.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: An adorably fuzzy yellow alien that serves as Super GUTS' Team Pet.
  • Secret Keeper: Is the only member of Super GUTS who knows Asuka is Ultraman Dyna. Asuka made an agreement with him not to reveal this to the rest of the team.
  • Team Pet: Was given this role after Asuka adopted him.
  • X-Ray Vision: Demonstrates this ability against the Fabiras Dyna battles, revealing the Power Crystal under his armour.

Other Super GUTS Members

General Kouki Fukami

Played by: Toshiaki Amada
General Sawai's successor as the head of TPC after having to retire due to failing health. General Fukami looks over TPC as it heads into the Neo Frontier Era, representing the new hopes of the era of space colonization.

Staff Officer Seiji Miyata

Played by: Hiroshi Tsuburaya
One of General Fukami's most trusted men and constant accompaniment to the TPC leader, Miyata is levelheaded in his attitude and never acts on assumption, even when worst comes to worst.

Staff Officer Gondo Kihachi

Played by: Shinobu Kameyama
A highly ambitious aide of General Fukami, Kihachi is much more cynical in comparison and extremely distrusting of Ultraman Dyna, being radical in his opposition to the hero at times.

Kazuma Asuka

Played by: Daisuke Ryu
Shin Asuka's father and a TPC pilot who mysteriously vanished into a strange light when testing TPC's new Zero Drive lightspeed engine.

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    Monsters and Aliens 

Spheres

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First Appearance: A New Light Pt.1
A race of mysterious extraterrestrials resembling giant orbs. They serve as recurring antagonists throughout the series, using their ability to create monsters by merging with inanimate matter. The Spheres begin attacking Earth shortly after humanity starts to colonize Mars, though why they have appeared so suddenly and what they want from humans remain a great mystery for the cast throughout the show.
  • Achilles' Heel: The Gransphere has to regenerate its force field between powerful hits, leaving a brief window for Super GUTS and Dyna to harm it.
  • The Assimilator: Their ultimate goal is to assimilate all life and matter in the universe into the Gransphere so as to make the universe perfect and unified.
  • Asteroids Monster: They possess the ability to split and merge with each other to become bigger or smaller Spheres as needed.
  • Barrier Warrior: Like the monsters its minions create, the Gransphere is permanently surrounded in one.
  • Big Bad: Serve this role for Ultraman Dyna, with the Gransphere behind them all.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A race of shapechanging Starfish Aliens spawned from a singular massive Planet Eater. Even more horrifyingly, they were once a race of Human Aliens that sought perfect peace by merging with their planet into a singular lifeform.
  • Genius Loci: The Gransphere is this, being the result of the Spheres' ancestors literally merging themselves with their own planet to achieve harmonious perfection.
  • Giggling Villain: They make various high-pitched laughs when attacking or transforming.
  • A God Am I: The Spheres' warning to Earth in "The Smile of Destruction" two-parter seems to suggest they view themselves as such.
    "This universe exists by [the Spheres'] will. Civilizations that defy them shall be punished with destruction."
  • Gravity Sucks: The Gransphere is so vast its mass can even pull in a planet.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: They seem to think this way about humanity, calling them "foolish invaders who defile this sacred universe".
  • Mook Maker: The Spheres produce various kaiju to fight Dyna and Super GUTS by merging with inanimate matter, and they themselves are in fact all offshoots of the Gransphere.
  • Planet Eater: The Gransphere threatens to devour the entire solar system.
  • Power of the Void: The Gransphere is essentially a sentient, organic black hole.
  • Shapeshifter: Each individual Sphere is able to change its form in order to function in different ways, such as using new attacks or merging with different forms of inanimate matter.
  • Shock and Awe: The Spheres can fire small bolts of electricity from the center of their mass.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Also called Sphires.
  • Taking You with Me: The Gransphere's destruction creates a wormhole that pulls Asuka in, essentially doing this while.
  • Third-Person Person: Of the pluralistic variant. The Spheres seem to refer themselves as "they" if their warnings to Super GUTS in "The Snow of Venus" mean anything.
    "Soon [humanity] shall also realize [the Spheres'] vast consciousness and that great tranquility."
  • Walking Spoiler: The Spheres remain an obscure foe for much of the series, with virtually everything known about them only being revealed in the finale.
  • Ultimate Lifeform: The Gransphere declares itself to be this.

Darambia

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Top: Darambia
Bottom: Neo Darambia

First Appearance: A New Light Pt. 1
The first monster created by the Spheres, Darambia was created when one individual merged itself with the rocky terrain of Mars in order to destroy Earth's Martian colony in its infancy. When Ultraman Dyna makes his grand debut to destroy the tripedal creature, the monster's rocky chunks reform into the bipedal Neo Darambia. A second Neo Darambia attacks Mars again early on in the finale, but is quickly destroyed by Dyna.

Darambia (specifically the Neo Darambia form) is the only Ultraman Dyna monster to have reappeared in another Ultra Series, having battled Ultraman Ginga as the upgraded Thunder Darambia.


  • Achilles' Heel: The only part of Darambia's body not protected by its force field is its belly.
  • Art Evolution: The second Neo Darambia has a darker skin color than the first one.
  • Barrier Warrior: In both its basic and evolved forms, Darambia is surrounded by a force field that absorbs any attacks that Super GUTS and Ultraman Dyna hurl at it.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes a beam of energy in its basic form. The evolved form shoots it from the horn instead, but it goes back to being a Breath Weapon in its reappearance.
  • Combat Tentacles: Neo Darambia can transform its arms into tentacles to wrap around enemies and deliver electrifying shocks.
  • Metamorphosis Monster: Darambia first appears as a five-eyed tripedal kaiju when the Spheres create it to attack the TPC Mars Base, but after Dyna blows it into pieces, the monster's parts reforms themselves as the bipedal Neo Darambia. This is averted when the Spheres create a second Neo Darambia in the events of the Grand Finale.
  • Pulling Themselves Together: How Darambia reforms into Neo Darambia.
  • Rock Monster: The Spheres created it from the rocks of the Martian landscape.
  • Shock and Awe: Neo Darambia can channel electricity through its Combat Tentacles.
  • Starter Villain: The very first foe of Ultraman Dyna, introducing the Spheres' influence in the series and the extraterrestrial nature of many of the kaiju in the series when compared to Ultraman Tiga.

Giralen

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First Appearance: A New Light Pt. 2
The second monster created by the Spheres, this time resulting from an individual merging itself with a pit of lava. Giralen was sent by the mysterious invaders to destroy Super GUTS' base on Earth.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes a stream of fire.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Ultraman Dyna kills Giralen by using his Dyna Barrier to reflect the monster's flame breath back at it.
  • Magma Man: The Spheres created it by sending one individual to merge with a lava pit.
  • Mighty Glacier: Giralen is fairly strong, but quite slow, allowing Dyna to overpower it by simply changing to his speedy Miracle-Type.
  • Playing with Fire: Asides from being made of lava and being able to breathe fire, Giralen can also increase its body temperature to singe enemies who make contact with its body.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Also known as Gralen.

Cyclometra

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First Appearance: Awaken, Asuka!
An alien creature that parasitizes kaiju, mind controlling them to carry its eggs until the babies hatch, which causes the host (and mother Cyclometra) to explode with catastrophic results. Three land on Earth in a meteorite, and although Asuka manages to kill two, the last escapes to cause further trouble by inhabiting the body of Grossyna.
  • Action Bomb: Nakajima says that Cyclometra is able to explode due to an "Antimatter Pouch" in its throat that goes off once its babies hatch. The result is that the babies are sent flying through space to land on another planet, but the mother, host, and everything around them is destroyed.
  • Breath Weapon: Can fire a red energy beam from its mouth.
  • Healing Factor: Cyclometra possesses the ability to heal monsters they are parasitizing, so when Super GUTS manages to blow a hole in Grossyna's chest, the parasite pops out and mends the wound.
  • Proportionately Ponderous Parasites: Cyclometra is a kaiju parasite that's 10 meters long.
  • Puppeteer Parasite: Cyclometra's gimmick is that it takes over the bodies of other monsters, turning them into explosive incubators for its eggs that do whatever the parasite wants them to.

Grossyna

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First Appearance: Awaken, Asuka!
A monster that had originally appeared during the time of the original GUTS, though the team apparently managed to drive it off without Ultraman Tiga's help. It went into hibernation afterwards, but was reawoken by Cyclometra to become the parasite's puppet and host.
  • Action Bomb: Due to the Cyclometra infesting its body, Super GUTS has to deal with the possibility of Grossyna exploding with enough force to destroy everything in a four kilometer radius.
  • Breath Weapon: Can spit a hailstorm of red energy darts that cause fires and explosions when they hit a target.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Certainly looks the part.
  • Prehensile Tail: Was able to strangle Ultraman Dyna with its tail at one point during their fight.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Glossena or Grossyna? The show doesn't know either as its English name is shown to be Grossyna in Episode 3, but in Episode 27, it appears as Glossena.
  • Tail Slap: Uses its tail a lot during the battle.

Daigerun

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First Appearance: Battle! Underground City!
A carnivorous, subterranean monster that comes to the surface when it is disturbed by the construction of an underground resort city. It is later resurrected through cloning by Hiroyuki Yamazaki, the assistant of Neosaurus' creator Professor Otomo, but is quickly dispatched by Super GUTS, thanks to their new stealth fighters.
  • Back from the Dead: In Episode 39, Daigerun is resurrected via cloning by Hiroyuki Yamazaki, the apprentice of Professor Otomo.
  • Breath Weapon: Can breathe a stream of fire powerful enough to vaporize attacks thrown at it.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Strongly resembles the part.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Daigerun or Daigelun?
  • Super Strength: Enough to lift Ultraman Dyna's whole body into the air by biting onto his foot. In fact, Dyna had to turn to Strong-Type for the first time just to stand a chance.
  • Threatening Shark: Has shark-like features, notably a fin on its back that cuts through earth as it digs.
  • Tunnel King: Able to dig at depths of 200 meters, and when closer to the surface has a small back fin visible.

Sildron

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First Appearance: Winning Shot
A mutated insect monster that consumes chemicals and possesses the ability to predict and instantly counter any attack thrown at it. It is later cloned by ex-TPC scientist Professor Otomo as a test combatant against Silvergon, being easily destroyed by the herculean monster.
  • Achilles' Heel: Its stomach is its most vulnerable point, but in order to hit it, Super GUTS has to think one step ahead of Sildron.
  • Art Evolution: Clone Sildron is a more magenta color compared to the brownish scheme of the original Sildron.
  • Attack Reflector: Sildron's immediate reaction to any attack it to block it with its forearms, which are covered in highly reflective armor that deflects any attack from energy beams to anti-kaiju missiles.
  • Back from the Dead: Professor Otomo resurrects the monster through cloning in Episode 16 to fight a clone of Silvergon.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: Was an insect of some sort mutated by chemicals produced from a factory.
  • Combat Clairvoyance: Sildron's signature skill is its ability to instantly predict any attack and immediately counter with its Attack Reflector.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Sometimes translated as Shieldron.
  • Third Eye: How it predicts attacks.
  • The Worf Effect: The reason why Professor Otomo cloned Sildron was to test the strength of Clone Silvergon on it, as Sildron's clairvoyant powers and deflective forearms were no match for Silvergon's incredible physical power.

Forgas

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First Appearance: The Biggest Monster on Earth
Voiced by: Junko Kawashima
A gargantuan and highly intelligent fungal entity with the ability to meld itself into computer networks. Forgas gained control of Furuizumi City, as well as TPC systems, in order to launch missiles at Super GUTS headquarters and cut off base communications. It possesses the ability to create kaiju or humanoid kaijin from its mass to interact with humans.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Forgas creates its kaijin in order to communicate with Asuka face to face.
  • Festering Fungus: Rather than infecting living beings, Forgas takes over technology. It plans to spread even further and eventually across the entire globe though the Earthnet.
  • Fungus Humongous: Being a city-sized toadstool is bad enough, but like real fungi, most of Forgas is actually underground. The creature's real form is a brain-toadstool under the mushroom. Of course, the Forgas kaiju also count.
  • Genius Loci: We'll let his humanoid form explain it.
    Forgas Kaijin: The city you are standing on right now; it is me!
  • Mook Maker: Forgas can freely create as many Forgas kaiju as it pleases, no matter how many Ultraman Dyna destroys.
  • Mushroom Man: The Forgas kaijin, albeit more insectoid than typically shown.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After Ultraman Dyna destroys Forgas' mushroom, Forgas' brain tries to fly off into space, only to be destroyed.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: The Forgas kaijin wears a tuxedo.
  • Technopath: Forgas' tendrils reach straight into the Earthnet, allowing it access and control data, up to and including missile launch codes. Doing so creates a string of "Goodbye" on the screen that then forms "Humans" for the message "Goodbye, humans".
  • Ultimate Lifeform: Seeks to become this by extending its size to cover the entire globe and become the most intelligent creature on Earth by controlling global networks.
  • Whip It Good: The Forgas kaiju possess whip-like arms to bash and throttle Ultraman Dyna.

Alien Dais

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First Appearance: A Friend In the Box
Portrayed by: Seiji Mori
An alien from the Baas Galaxy whose daughter was killed in the rampage of a Gyabish. He came to Earth in pursuit of two miniaturized Gyabish that had escaped destruction but remained sealed in their transparent containers. He destroyed one successfully, but came into conflict with Super GUTS when he went after a little girl named Yuka who had the second Gyabish.
  • Forced Sleep: Can fire sleep bolts from his fists.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dies rescuing Yuka from Gyabish.
  • Human Aliens: His alien nature is shown through the blue markings around his eyes.
  • Papa Wolf: Yuka reminded him of his deceased daughter, so he was determined to protect her from Gyabish at any costs. However, Super GUTS running into him holding a gun up to a little girl with a small fuzzy creature in her hands wasn't much of a good first impression.
  • Teleport Spam: Able to teleport short distances.

Gyabish

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First Appearance: A Friend In the Box
One of a species of vicious monsters that terrorized the Dais aliens. It escaped and came to Earth in a specialized container that the Dais had built to shrink and destroy the monsters. Its cute appearance got it adopted by an orphaned girl named Yuka, who soon found herself caught in a dangerous situation when Alien Dais came to destroy Gyabish and save her from the monster's true nature.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: Gyabish's tail ends with a crescent-shaped sickle that it can swing around to good use or shoot out lightning for ranged combat.
  • Breath Weapon: Can spit out a shower of energy darts from its mouth.
  • Eye Beams: Gyabish's primary ability is its red eye beams. These beams can absorb projectiles and lasers, allowing the monster to fire them back from its mouth. They can also absorb living beings smaller than Gyabish, which the monster holds hostage in its eyes.
  • Kick the Dog: Captures Yuka with its absorption beams to discourage Super GUTS from attacking it shortly after achieving its full size.
  • Killer Rabbit: Despite looking fuzzy, cuddly, and defenseless in its tiny stage, Gyabish is a dangerous and violent monster. In fact, the creature almost seems to rely on its cute appearance in its miniaturized form to fool Yuka and Super GUTS into protecting it from Alien Dais.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Variation. Gyabish is normally giant-sized, but Alien Dais' box shrinks the monster. When said box is destroyed, it rapidly begins to grow back to its true size.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: The miniaturized Gyabish. Same can't be said for its true form.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Alien Dais had sealed Gyabish inside a transparent miniaturizing box designed to make them easy to destroy. However, the box's properties means that in Earth's atmosphere, they dissolve and allow the monster to return to its normal size.
  • Shock and Awe: Gyabish can shoot lightning from its tail.

Bao-On

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First Appearance: Bao-On From Afar
A gentle monster that crashlanded on Earth from space one day. Bao-On is a perfectly harmless creature, but its ability to instantly put people to sleep with its roar meant Super GUTS still needed to subdue the monster, lest it cause too much trouble with its powers.
  • Bull Seeing Red: Partially modeled after cattle (its sleep-inducing roar uses modified cow noises) and is attracted to the colour red, including that of Dyna's Strong-Type.
  • Came from the Sky: Villagers first spot the monster landing on Earth in the form of a ball of fire.
  • Forced Sleep: Bao-On's signature trait is that its roar instantly puts anyone who hears it to sleep. Captain Hibiki remarks that this potentially makes Bao-On the most powerful monster ever because it can just put attackers to sleep before they even land a hit.
  • Gentle Giant: Bao-On is a completely peaceful creature that really isn't aware of how potent its sleep-inducing roar is. Super GUTS really only needs to keep the creature away from people because of the inconveniences of its powers, and when the monster encounters Dyna, it assumes the hero wants to play with it. In the end, the creature's life is spared and Dyna takes Bao-On back into space.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Also called Baors and Baon.

Giaguard

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First Appearance: The 2000-Point Attack
A monster that suddenly appeared one night during a lightning storm that broke open its underground tomb. Super GUTS easily dispatched the creature in their first encounter, only to find out that its pieces could regenerate into an army of lesser monsters.
  • Achilles' Heel: Fire is the only thing that can kill Giaguard permanently, which leads GUTS to try use flamethrower tanks against the monster.
  • Asteroids Monster: The main problem Super GUTS faced with this guy. No matter how many times Giaguard is blown to pieces, its bits come to life as zombie-like creatures. Eventually, Super GUTS ends up with having to deal with over two thousand Giaguards!
  • Chest Blaster: Can shoot bolts of electromagnetic energy from the red spot on its chest.
  • EMP: The electromagnetic bolts Giaguard shoots from its Chest Blaster short circuit electronics.
  • Energy Absorption: Giaguard feeds on electricity. Additionally, as an Asteroids Monster, Giaguard's pieces can re-merge together in order to manage excess electricity.
  • Gaia's Vengeance: Asuka speculates that Giaguard was born from Earth itself to remind humanity about their overreliance on electricity in the only way it can — by taking their power from them.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Was imprisoned in some sort of funny-looking tomb, but released during a lightning storm.
  • Shock and Awe: Can electrify its body to shock opponents on contact.

Zenekindarl People

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First Appearance: The Forbidden Ground Painting
An ancient race of aliens who took over Earth in the ancient past with three monsters then sealed away in the Nazca Lines for later. The Zenekindarl vanished soon afterwards, but in present-day Japan Kariya's old archaeology professor Dr. Akizuki accidentally resurrects three of them from an ancient cloning device of theirs, and they take over his home and resurrect Dexador to rampage again.
  • Ancient Astronauts: They created the Nazca Lines as a way of sealing an army of giant monsters to be awoken at a later date after arriving on ancient Earth.
  • Hand Blast: They can fire blue beams of psychic energy from their palms, which they use to incapacitate enemies and control their giant monsters by firing the beams at a strange object.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The original Zenekindarl went extinct thousands of years ago, but as a precaution, they placed some of their DNA in a device that would creates clones of them when activated, and it happens to be that said artifact is discovered by humans.
  • Terrible Trio: The three Zenekindarl each control a different monster, although they later decide to focus their efforts solely onto Dexador.

Dexador

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First Appearance: The Forbidden Ground Painting
One of three monsters used by the Zenekindarl to conquer Earth and were then sealed away as Nazca Lines in South America. Dexador was the first of the three reborn in the present when the Zenekindarl returned. Super GUTS managed to destroy the other two before they could be reborn, but Dexador's lightning-speed flight still made it a substantial threat alone.
  • Breath Weapon: Can shoot a beam of blue energy from its mouth.
  • Giant Flyer: A very fast one, for that matter! For this reason, it's also the favourite of the Zenekindarl, and they actually awaken it before the other two.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Zenekindarl had sealed away Dexador in the form of one of the Nazca Lines thousands of years ago in the Andes Mountains to be reawoken in the present for world conquest.
  • Super Speed: This monster was so fast that not even Ultraman Dyna's Miracle Type could catch up with it, appearing only as a blur to even the fastest of GUTS fighter jets!

Monsarger

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First Appearance: The Phantom Shooting Star
A monster bioweapon created by the extinct Alien Merani(e) and hidden on a comet with an illusory paradise designed to attract spaceships and get their crews destroyed by Monsarger. Naturally, the comet enters our solar system and attracts the attention of Super GUTS, who also first encounter Hanejiro there. Later on, the shapeshifting alien brawler Gregorl-Man captures a second Monsarger from a similar comet and battles it on Earth in the form of Ultraman Dyna to call the hero out to fight him.
  • Achilles' Heel: The only vulnerable point on Monsarger is its brain, which is exposed from its forehead so that its alien creators would be able to control it.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Monsarger's exposed brain is only "protected" by a thin blue casing on the top of its head, acting as a big target marker.
  • Attack Reflector: Monsarger's skin is so dense that beam attacks literally bounce off its body.
  • Comet of Doom: Travels on a comet disguised as a paradise which its creators used to lure enemies towards Monsarger for it to destroy.
  • The Juggernaut: If Hanejiro hadn't revealed Monsarger's weakness, Ultraman Dyna would most certainly have succumbed to its fireballs and reflective skin.
  • Playing with Fire: Monsarger can shoot fireballs from its hands by charging up its internal body heat and clasping its hands together.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: While waiting for victims to arrive onto its illusory comet, Monsarger is hidden underground in a giant transparent canister.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Also called Mons-Ahgar.
  • Taking You with Me: Killing Monsarger causes the comet it's placed on to self-destruct for this effect on anyone who manages to find the kaiju's Achilles' Heel.
  • The Worf Effect: In Episode 31, Gregorl-Man captures a second Monsarger and brings it to Earth to fight so he can show off his strength to Ultraman Dyna in order to call the hero to challenge him. He even gets rid of the Achilles' Heel just to make the fight tougher.

Himala

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First Appearance: Mysterious Thief Himala
Voiced by: Takeshi Aono
A master thief from outer space who steals only beautiful things, using a magic piece of red glass to take them and a strange-looking black box to hold the stolen goods. He comes to Earth to literally capture the beauty of a small town at sunset, kidnapping Asuka and Kariya in the process.
  • Bag of Holding: Or rather, Box of Holding. Himala carries with him a three-part box that he uses to hold the things he's stolen, up to and including three entire towns frozen in time for a permanent sunset.
  • Gentleman Thief: He considers himself such, saying that he considers a typical "conquer Earth and enslave the human race" scheme to be little more than barbarism.
  • Phantom Thief: Based on this archetype, with such traits as a gentlemanly nature, wearing a cape when human-sized, sending out messages to his targets, and performing thefts bordering on impossible.
  • Phantom Zone: He battles Ultraman Dyna in one that he calls Himala World, an amusement park-like setting in a perpetual sunset full of various objects and buildings that he's stolen.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Though he seems pretty affable.
  • Shock and Awe: Can shoot lightning from his forehead.
  • Teleport Spam: One of his favourite abilities.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: After Dyna defeats him, he flees back to his spaceship and takes off empty-handed.
  • Weaponized Teleportation: His main power is to teleport stuff by shooting a red laser from his forehead or using a piece of red glass he carries he carries around, which is also how he steals things.

Alien Mijir Dolchenko, Udochenko, and Kamachenko

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First Appearance: Monster Factory
Portrayed by: Kinzo Sakura (Dolchenko), Shinichi Sato (Udochenko), Shu Nakajima (Kamachenko)
A trio of goofy alien invaders who control the robot Garaon. In their first encounter with Super GUTS, they set up shop in a toy factory disguised as employees to manufacture Garaon in secret, only to be eventually caught onto by Super GUTS and a local boy named Takeshi. Stuck on Earth, they return for revenge later on by tricking a screenwriter named Mikami into helping them write out an invasion scheme to use with Garaon, and then make one more appearance during the battle against Wanzetto when they are captured by Super GUTS and forced to team up with them to save Ultraman Dyna from the cyborg monster.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Underneath their Team Rocket-like antics and personalities hides a trio of scheming and intelligent minds capable of constructing and controlling giant robots such as Garaon and Wanzetto.
  • Comic Trio: Dolchenko is the leader, Udochenko is the one who goes along with it all, and Kamachenko is the one who doesn't do anything to stop Dolchenko.
  • Enemy Mine: With Super GUTS in The Return of Hanejiro, where they use Garaon to help defeat Wanzetto. This ends when the aliens end up gaining control over Wanzetto, though they're foiled pretty quickly.
  • Goldfish Poop Gang: Of all of Super GUTS and Ultraman Dyna's foes, the Mijirs proved the most persistent, despite their bumbling and comedic personalities. They tried to use Garaon twice in the series, restarting their plans in The Return of Hanejiro with the arrival of Wanzetto, only to end up in an Enemy Mine with Super GUTS until they gain control of Wanzetto.
  • Hand Blast: All three Mijirs can shoot blue orbs of explosive energy from their hands.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: These guys are just so goofy and incompetent that there's really no way to take them seriously as villains.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: Albeit one with a giant three-faced robot they can use to great effect.
  • Shock and Awe: The Mijirs can electrocute others by touching them, although they mainly use it on each other.
  • Sneeze of Doom: Their human disguises are dispelled upon sneezing, so they go to great lengths to prevent each other from letting out an "Achoo" at the wrong moment. Of course, they're usually not very good at that.
  • Terrible Trio: Although "terrible" may be a bit of a strong word, they're still an evil bunch no matter what.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: All their appearances end this way.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: They're last seen running away from Super GUTS at the end of The Return of Hanejiro, but it is never revealed if they are captured or not, as they never appear again.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Dolchenko has a pinkish red tinge to his hair while Udochenko has bluish purple hair and Kamachenko has bright yellow hair.

Garaon

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First Appearance: Monster Factory
A giant robot that was being constructed by Dolchenko, Udochenko and Kamachenko in secret as part of their plan to conquer Earth. Unfortunately, Super GUTS uncovered the scheme before its body was completed, so it had to be sent out to battle Ultraman Dyna. The robot was later hidden in the Okuchichibu Mountains low on power, so the Mijirs used the invasion story made by the scriptwriter Mikami to create a hologram of Garaon to lure Super GUTS and hold them hostage in exchange for more power. Finally, a pocket-sized version called Pochi Garaon is built by the Mijirs, which they hoped to use to conquer Earth somehow, but was ultimately used to help Super GUTS defeat Wanzetto.
  • Breath Weapon: The Happy Face possesses the ability to breathe laughing gas.
  • Expy: As its name suggests, Garaon is intended to be an homage to Garamon from Ultra Q. However, its three-faced design was a throwback to Dada from Ultraman.
  • Eye Beams: All three faces have this, with the robot rotating itself to fire them at a target.
  • Humongous Mecha: It was supposed to be much bigger (400 meters vs the result's 56 meters), but Dolchenko, Udochenko, and Kamachenko were only able to complete the head before Super GUTS discovered their scheme.
  • Spin Attack: At the cost of a great deal of its energy, Garaon can spin itself rapidly to fire its Eye Beams like crazy.
  • Three-Faced: Garaon's body is divided into three sides — a happy face, an angry face, and a sad face.
  • Waddling Head: The Alien Mijirs weren't able to build the robot's body so they had to make-do in order to battle Ultraman Dyna.

Alien Nuaza Eshilis

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First Appearance: The Supreme Ruler who Sleeps on the Moon
An alien tyrant whose now-extinct species conquered much of the galaxy in ancient times. Eshilis was assassinated by three aliens who had enough of his cruelty, and he was buried in a lavish tomb inside the Moon. Then in Super GUTS' time, Eshilis' tomb is reopened by a TPC team led by Kariya, who discover Eshilis' spirit is still present, and the ancient monarch possesses Kariya to begin his empire anew while his former assassins take the body of Kariya's companions.
  • Arch-Enemy: Mutually with his three former assassins, who had originally killed Eshilis after he launched a genocide on their people.
  • Colony Drop: His plan for Earth upon being freed from his tomb is to crash the Moon into it.
  • Demonic Possession: Eshilis' spirit takes over the body of Kariya to sabotage Super GUTS.
  • Galactic Conqueror: Eshilis desires to rule only those who are powerful and able to flaunt their cruelty, so he make slaughtering the populations of entire planets he deems weak a big part of his conquests.
  • Gravity Master: Due to a gravity-generating device built into his corpse's chest, Eshilis is able to manipulate the gravity of the Moon itself to make it so dense that it will fall from orbit and collide with Earth.
  • Hand Blast: Can shoot explosive energy spheres from his hands.
  • Living Statue: Eshilis' spirit possesses a colossal statue of of himself in order to battle Ultraman Dyna.
  • Mind Control: Uses something akin to a Jedi mind trick when possessing Kariya's body in order to sneak past security.
  • Mind over Matter: Eshilis showed telekinetic abilities, even as a corpse.
  • Mummy: Super GUTS first discovers him as an embalmed corpse on a tomb on the Moon. But even in his statue form, he has mummy-style bandages around his body.
  • Nepharious Pharaoh: Eshilis is inspired by the rulers of Ancient Egypt, complete with being embalmed as a mummy and having a tomb in the style of the Valley of Kings. His species are also described as being ruthless and tyrannical conquerors who wrote using hieroglyphics and had an obsession with life after death.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Eshilis was able to live long after his species' empire had collapsed as a disembodied spirit with a link to his mummified corpse. Unfortunately, Super GUTS frees him from his tomb when they open it.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Eshilis' spirit was trapped inside his dead body for millions of years thanks to the enchanted sword his assassins stabbed him with.
  • Soul Jar: Eshilis is virtually immortal, thanks to being a disembodied spirit able to jump between bodies. The only way to kill him permanently is to destroy his corpse in the sarcophagus; and even then, only the sword that was originally used to assassinate him will do the trick.

Alien Krea Shion

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First Appearance: The Kindhearted Target
Portrayed by: Masaru Shishido
An alien whom Super GUTS finds in a crashed UFO and bring to base for examination. He refuses to speak to anybody but Mai, claiming to be a planetary investigator who came to study Earth in peace. While Mai befriends Shion, the rest of Super GUTS remain suspicious of his true motives.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Shion presents himself as a gentle being, but is in fact a typically cold-hearted alien invader who sought to hack into the TPC base and call forth Gyanzar to destroy it afterwards. It's a fact that Ryo can't bear to tell Mai in the end, leaving Mai to believe Shion was always not evil.
  • Human Aliens: Even the characters are surprised by how much he looks like a human.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He sought to take advantage of Mai's kindness towards him in order to help with his invasion plans.
  • Mind Control: Carries two small green gemstones that allows him to do this by giving one to the intended target.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Krea or Kurea?

Gyanzar

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First Appearance: The Kindhearted Target
An extraterrestrial monster that suddenly appears while Super GUTS is in the middle of trying to find out more about Shion and his intentions, only to disappear just as quickly. Even stranger is that energy signatures during Gyanzar's appearance and disappearance indicate somebody is controlling the creature.
  • An Arm And Aleg: Kohda manages to blow off one of Gyanzar's hands before it can smack down on Asuka's plane. That's when the monster's Combat Tentacles grow in as replacements.
  • Combat Tentacles: Gyanzar can grow these from any injuries it sustains.
  • Cyclops: Has one yellow eye.
  • Eye Beams: Can fire powerful orbs of purple energy from its eye.
  • Eyes Do Not Belong There: Gyanzar's appearance is intended to look like its sole eye is located where its mouth should be.
  • Hand Blast: Gyanzar can shoot explosive bolts of green energy from its hands.
  • Pet Monstrosity: Of Shion, who intended to invade Earth with the monster.

Clone Silvergon

First Appearance: Battle! Monster Island!
A clone of the original Silvergon created by ex-TPC scientist Professor Otomo that Super GUTS encountered on a mission to rescue Hanejiro from the scientist's island hideout. They witnessed it defeating Sildron, but soon found out that it was merely a test subject for Otomo's ultimate creation — Neosaurus.
See Ultraman Tiga

  • Art Evolution: Silvergon's horns are now black with blue linings in its skin.
  • Back from the Dead: It's a clone of the original Silvergon.
  • Eye Scream: Due to the fact that it lacks the original's poor eyesight, Super GUTS shoots out Clone Silvergon's eyes.
  • The Worf Effect: Twice and from opposite ends.
    • Professor Otomo had specifically chosen to clone Silvergon in order to test Neosaurus' strength on the herculean kaiju. And to say the least, Neosaurus was a success.
    • Silvergon also delivers on to the cloned Sildron, as its super strength overwhelms Sildron's attack-predicting powers and reflective forearms.

Neosaurus

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First Appearance: Battle! Monster Island!
A monster that Professor Otomo had discovered sleeping underground on an island in the Zariina Region and decided to genetically modify to make it into the ultimate monster, which got him in big trouble with TPC's science branch. Super GUTS runs into the creature when Otomo captures Hanejiro to give the little creature's child-level intelligence to Neosaurus.
  • Chest Blaster: Neosaurus' signature ability: the Helix Beam, a blue spiral of energy fired from the twin blue spots on its chest. It's also incredibly powerful, able to kill Silvergon in a single shot.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: As one can tell by its name.
  • Expy: Neosaurus is an intentional homage to Jirass from the original Ultraman, another dinosaur-like kaiju created by a demented scientist.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Neosaurus was created to be the most powerful kaiju ever. It proved to be true, but unfortunately for Professor Otomo, he was unable to give Hanejiro's intelligence to the monster when his lab was destroyed during its battle with Silvergon, making Neosaurus uncontrollable.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Dyna trick Neosaurus into blowing off its own tail with the Helix Beam, agonizing the monster and allowing Dyna to gain the upper hand.
  • Homing Lasers: The Helix Beam also has this ability, changing direction when it misses its target.
  • Hybrid Monster: Professor Otomo created it by splicing the DNA of various previous kaiju (like Sildron and Silvergon) with a monster he had discovered sleeping underground. He also intended on adding Hanejiro's child-level intelligence to the mix.
  • The Juggernaut: Neosaurus was made to be nigh-unstoppable, as it pummels both Silvergon and Ultraman Dyna with ease.
  • Prehensile Tail: Briefly demonstrated when Neosaurus uses his tail to coil around that of Silvergon and pull the monster down.
  • Super Strength: This is a kaiju that could toss around Silvergon — the monster with the strength to punch holes through a force field — like a ragdoll!
  • Tail Slap: Neosaurus uses his tail to great effect against Dyna in their battle.
  • Torso with a View: How Dyna kills Neosaurus.
  • The Worf Effect: As described with Clone Silvergon above.

Zombayu

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First Appearance: The Ghost Spaceship
A legendary monster feared by spacefarers for its ability to devour souls and merge itself with the spaceships of crews it has consumed. It attacked and merged with an Alien Shilback delivery ship, using the transport to come to Earth in search of more souls to feed upon.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes a beam of energy that sucks the soul out of anyone it hits. In spaceship form, this appears as a laser fired from the ship itself.
  • Cyclops: Both sides of the monster have one eye.
  • Doppelgänger Spin: Used this to confuse Ultraman Dyna during their fight.
  • Eye Beams: Fires a blue beam of energy that paralyzes foes and binds their limbs.
  • Living Ship: Weird variant. Zombayu is able to merge itself with a spaceship and transform it into a self-aware, self-piloted machine. When it wishes to show its true colours, its form resembles a monster version of the spaceship that it has merged with.
  • Necromancer: Zombayu can puppeteer any corpses on board its spaceship body, as it does with the Shilback captain.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: It's a two-faced, soul-eating Living Ship kaiju!
  • Teleport Spam: Dyna had a tough time with this guy, thanks to this ability.
  • Two-Faced: Zombayu looks more like two monsters fused by their backs than anything else.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: Zombayu feeds on the plasma energy of souls, storing them inside its spaceship body as a form of fuel.

Alien Shilback

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First Appearance: The Ghost Spaceship
Voiced by: Masaharu Sato
A race of aliens, of which only a single individual is seen on-screen as a corpse. That one Shilback was the captain of a cargo vessel that was attacked by Zombayu, who merged with the ship and devoured the crews' souls. The captain's corpse remained in his chair, and when Asuka and Kohda board the ship, Zombayu reanimates the deceased alien to attack them.
  • Breath Weapon: Due to being controlled by Zombayu, the dead alien can breathe the same soul-sucking beam as the monster.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: In this case, it's a zombie alien reanimated by a Living Ship monster controlling its body. It's also basically immortal unless completely disintegrated, as Asuka and Kohda shoot it down several times only for the corpse to stand up a few seconds later in each instance until Dyna finally vaporizes it with a bolt of light.

Bishmel

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First Appearance: The Girls who Call Up the Darkness
Voiced by: Masaharu Sato
A demonic spirit summoned by a quartet of schoolgirls from Seinan Girls School named Erika Honjou, Mizuki Kuno, Saya Nagase, and Yuki Hirokawa. Called forth by the girls every night to attack people who had wronged them and supposedly bring them happiness, Bishmel would absorb the victims to grow in power until it could manifest at full strength.
  • Achilles' Heel: Destroying the pentagram that Bishmel was summoned from will render it powerless and free all the souls it has captured. But to do so, an intact mirror must be placed in the center of the summoning circle, which is easier said then done due to the powerful energy swirling around it.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes fire.
  • The Dog Was the Mastermind: The headmistress of Seinan Girls School turns out to be Bishmel is disguise, having used the form to hide in daytime, as well as displaying occult objects in her office to get the girls interested in summoning it.
  • Energy Being: Ryo theorizes that Bishmel is an entity of living energy that manipulates the hatred of humans to feed.
  • Mind Control: Places its targets in a trance in order to lure them to somewhere it can consume them.
  • Mind over Matter: Uses telekinesis during the fight with Dyna to pull lampposts from the ground and shoot them like arrows.
  • Mirror Monster: Bishmel hides inside broken mirrors to ambush its prey.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Bishmel has a lot in common with common perceptions of Christian demons, such as being summoned with a ritual pentagram to do the bidding of humans, claiming to grant its human summoners boons only to turn on them in the end, and capturing souls for its own nefarious ends. Ryo even suggests that Bishmel is the inspiration for the Christian Devil.
  • The Power of Hate: Bishmel is strengthened by the hatred of humans. The monster relies upon people angry at the world to summon it and send it to attack those who have wronged them in order to gain strength.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Its most discernible feature.
  • Shock and Awe: Able to fire lightning bolts from its fingertips.
  • Summoning Ritual: The girls control Bishmel through one, complete with pentagrams and candles.
  • Weather Manipulation: When Bishmel manifests at full power at the episode's end, it conjures a huge lightning storm for Dyna to battle it under.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: When Bishmel absorbs victims, it gains their souls, which it uses as hostages in the battle with Ultraman Dyna.

Kokakucho

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First Appearance: The Phantom Dream Bird
An entity of pure plasma that manifests in the form of a bizarre half-bird, half-woman creature known in Chinese legend as a harbinger of death and misfortune. It appears to Nurse Mayumi Shinjoh in a dream, warning her that "the tragedy will happen again" and is soon recorded by Super GUTS making a beeline from China towards the old plasma power plant attacked by the second Gazote during the time of the original GUTS.
  • Bird People: Kokakucho is a creature with the arms and body of a human woman, wings and legs of a bird, and head that mixes bird and human features together.
  • Continuity Nod: To "The Phantom Dash", episode 15 of Ultraman Tiga by attacking the plasma power plant where the second Gazote appeared and killed Takuma Aoki, as well as prophesying that Takuma's brother Haruchika will die next and in a similar manner.
  • Energy Absorption: Feeds on the plasma energy generated from electricity, but is also able to absorb beam attacks with its body.
  • Energy Being: Kokakucho's true form is a mass of sentient plasma energy. It only takes on the form of a monster in order to physically interact with its surroundings.
  • Evil Laugh: Alternates between these and high-pitched cries for its roar.
  • Giant Flyer: Its physical form — a bird-like humanoid known in myth as an ill omen.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Which actually add to the creature's uncanny appearance.
  • Hand Blast: Its primary ability is to charge up and launch orbs of explosive plasma by placing its hands together.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: We're dealing with a plasma-themed monster that resembles a woman-faced bird whose true form is in fact a mass of plasma energy. Does that sound like a normal monster to you?
  • Shock and Awe: Can conjure lightning bolts from the sky.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Kokakucho, Kokakuchu, and Kokakuchou have all been used.

Alien Lasesta Satoru Kishi

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First Appearance: Alien Boy
Portrayed by: Hiromi Sakimoto
One of an alien race that left their planet when it plunged into an ice age, dispersing across the universe and assimilating into other worlds in the locals' forms. They vowed to return home one day, but when planet Lasesta is destroyed, they switch to Plan B — all of those who are 5 in Lasesta years (10 in human years) would revert to their original forms and gather at the planet Iris for an exodus. Among these is Satoru Kishi, who is reluctant to leave his single mother and human friends, Taachan and Minocchi, behind; not to mention that he's worried about Super GUTS, who are very suspicious of him.
  • Aliens Among Us: Satoru's family are the only Alien Lasesta living on Earth. He says that his grandfather and both his parents came to Earth in his species' original exodus, thus are no longer able to assume their true forms. However, he was unaware he was even an alien until his mother told him, suggesting he may have been born on Earth.
  • Innocent Aliens: Being just a child, Satoru just wants to leave Earth in peace, albeit with great reluctance as it deeply pains him to leave his life on Earth behind for an uncertain future.
  • They Look Like Us Now: A benevolent example. His species' unique ability is that they do not merely assume the forms of the inhabitants of other planets as a disguise, but physically become the natives in order to assimilate into the population easily. Thus Satoru's parents are unable to revert to their original forms, while he is able to due to his young age.
  • Winged Humanoid: Has a pair of beetle-like wings that allow him to travel through space.

Sodom

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First Appearance: The Monster with the 3000 Degree Fever
A subterranean monster from Papua New Guinea worshiped by natives as a fire god that protects their homes from volcanic eruptions. But when earthquakes disrupt its underground home, the creature ends up burrowing its way to Japan, where it makes itself at home under Super GUTS' base and creating an unbearable heat wave that spurs the team to find a way to rid themselves of the monster.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes fire.
  • Eat Dirt, Cheap: Nakajima explains that Sodom feeds off the igneous and metamorphic rocks around volcanoes. In fact, the creature is partially made from such rock types due to this diet.
  • Magma Man: Befitting of its volcanic appearance, Sodom specializes in preventing volcanic eruptions as its consumption of rock creates tunnels that divert magma and reduce volcano pressure. The kaiju was also shown to be able to survive being thrown into a volcano.
  • Meaningful Name: As an homage to Gomora from the original Ultraman, Sodom is also named after a sinful city destroyed by God in the Old Testament of the Bible.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: Sodom is a peaceful monster that protects others from volcanic activity. However, Super GUTS still wants to kill the monster because of how dangerous its heat radiation could be. But when they learn Sodom is merely just disoriented from an extreme fever, they spare it and have Dyna help it return underground.
  • Playing with Fire: Asides from the association with volcanoes and the ability to breath fire, Sodom radiates an intense heat of 3000 degrees from its body (although this was mostly due to having a bad fever), scalding even Ultraman Dyna when he tried to hold onto it.
  • Tunnel King: Normally lives very deep underground near veins of magma and volcanic regions, but ends up burrowing all the way from New Guinea to Japan when earthquakes (and a serious fever) disturb it.

Mozui

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First Appearance: Soldiers of Tsukuyo
A demon from Paleolithic Japan worshiped as a guardian god by a legendary army called the Soldiers of Tsukuyo, who would toss offerings of pebbles into the spring it lived in to become fearless in battle. When the soldiers realized the true nature of their god, they imprisoned Mozui in "a frozen spring" (a bronze mirror) they then covered up. Mozui's prison was then discovered in the present by Ryo's colleague Dr. Ayano Touko, who accidentally freed the demon, allowing it feed on the fear of warriors once more.
  • Achilles' Heel: Because moonlight is the source of Mozui's powers, total darkness will weaken it. Usually when that happens, Mozui will simply flee for the closest reflective surface and wait until the next time it can strike.
  • Breath Weapon: Mozui is able to spit out the pebble offerings that the Soldiers of Tsukuyo gave it, causing explosions on impact.
  • Casting a Shadow: Able to dissipate itself into a mass of darkness in order to move quickly.
  • Eat Dirt, Cheap: Mozui lived off the pebbles given to it by the Soldiers of Tsukuyo as offerings for countless years. However, Mozui doesn't gain any sustenance from the stones, but rather the fear placed in them by the soldiers.
  • Emotion Eater: Mozui feeds on fear, particularly that of those who go to battle, such as ordinary soldiers or Super GUTS. The Soldiers of Tsukuyo were able to keep it sated by magically placing their fear in stones they would toss into the spring it lived in.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Its most noticeable feature under the moonlight.
  • Lunacy: Mozui's power is drawn entirely from moonlight and reflections of the Moon.
  • Mirror Monster: Although Mozui can jump in and out of mirrors, it can actually live in any reflective surface. The Soldiers of Tsukuyo called the mirror they sealed it in a "frozen spring" because Mozui didn't actually live underwater, but inside the reflection of the water's surface; they were comparing the surface of a mirror to ice over a spring of water.
  • Our Demons Are Different: A demon that feeds on fear, lives inside reflective surfaces, and is empowered by the light of the full Moon. Additionally, it's appearance is based on Dogu figurines.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Mozui was sealed in a bronze mirror thousands of years ago by the Soldiers of Tsukuyo when they realized that Mozui was not really a guardian god and that fear is a necessary part of being human. Of course, since Mozui is a Mirror Monster, they had to cover up the mirror to prevent it from leaping out. Then, modern day humans remove the cover and break the mirror...

Dipras

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First Appearance: Fortress of Dreams
A gargantuan sea serpent from the dark depths of the Pacific Ocean that suddenly became known to Super GUTS when it destroyed TPC's new underwater facility Triton-J2 after being disturbed by energies emitted from its anti-pressure force field.
  • Achilles' Heel: Destroying Dipras' ruby lure will render it powerless.
  • Energy Absorption: Dipras is able to absorb any beam attacks thrown at it, thanks to its ruby lure.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Its Boss Subtitles is "Deep Sea Dragon", but its based more on sea serpents with cobra and anglerfish motifs.
  • Power Crystal: On its lure is a ruby that is able to fire energy bolts that can either cause devastating explosions or stun enemies in close quarters.
  • Sea Monster: It's a sea serpent kaiju with a ruby lure.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Dipras or Diplas? Additionally, it's also been called Deeplus, and in the show, they spell it Depurasu (the romaji of its Japanese name).

Maricula

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First Appearance: Vampire of the Lake
A swarm of mutated Marimo (a type of lake algae found in Japan) that came to be when a meteor smothered in a strange form of cosmic radiation crashed in Lake Tabaryou, transforming the simple plants into bloodsucking monsters. When Super GUTS begins to interfere with their quest for blood, the swarm merges into a kaiju form.
  • Achilles' Heel: Inside Maricula's mouth is a poison gland that if hit will greatly weaken the monster and nullify its Energy Absorption powers.
  • Breath Weapon: Can breathe fireballs or acid mist from the large lips in the center of its form.
  • Combat Tentacles: Maricula can sprout long needle-like tentacles in both small and kaiju form in order to drain blood or entangle enemies.
  • Energy Absorption: Maricula was able to absorb the lasers fired from Super GUTS' vehicles, though the poison gland in its mouth doesn;t seem to have this trait.
  • Expy: Of Magnia from Ultraman Tiga, as well as the Okorin from Ultraman 80. All three of them are tiny orb-shaped, bloodsucking monsters that are able to merge together into a giant form.
  • Meaningful Name: Maricula is a combination of Marimo and Dracula, as is fitting for a bloodsucking algae monster.
  • One-Woman Wail: Asides from various gibbering noises, sufficient numbers of merged Maricula are able to perform ominous singing that sounds like this to call more of their kind to merge.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: Big-lipped, singing starfish-leech-algae monsters really aren't normal kaiju, even by the standards of the Ultra Series.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: In this case, they're bloodsucking algae monsters mutated by a meteor covered in a previously unknown type of space radiation. Additionally, they reproduce by drinking blood, attacking humans after all the fish in the lake have been killed.
  • Planimal: A group of scientists who come to Lake Tabaryou to study the appearance of Maricula find that although the creatures are Marimo algae, their anatomy also resembles those of leeches.
  • Poisonous Person: Maricula inject poison into their prey, agonizing the victim as the monsters drain out their blood.
  • Rolling Attack: Maricula can roll up into a ball in order to move quickly and slam into enemies. In the battle with Ultraman Dyna, Dyna turns this on the monster to kick it around like a soccer ball and show off a few moves while at it.
  • Shock and Awe: Maricula can channel electricity through its Combat Tentacles.
  • Worm That Walks: Thousands of small Maricula can merge into a single kaiju-sized one, which they do so for the battle against Ultraman Dyna.

Spume

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First Appearance: The Krakov Won't Surface Pt. 1
Voiced by: Chihiharu Yamada
A highly intelligent jellyfish-like entity that came to Earth to transform the planet into its personal paradise. The alien landed in the oceans of Antarctica and destroyed TPC's Ice Castle base to attract the attention of Super GUTS. Dragging the team inside their floating base Krakov NF-3000 beneath waves and then taking over Krakov's systems, Spume reprogrammed TPC's new artificial sun NSP Campanella to crash into Antarctica in order to melt the South Pole and flood the continents.
  • Combat Tentacles: While Spume never fights Dyna, its numerous tentacles are perfect for grabbing onto the Krakov and sinking it to the bottom of the Antarctic seafloor, as well as stopping any resistance the humans put up.
  • Everything's Squishier with Cephalopods: Albeit with jellyfish motifs added as well.
  • Hurl It into the Sun: Or in this case, the artificial sun, which is exactly how Dyna destroys Spume.
  • Insufferable Genius: Spume fancies itself as the most intelligent being in all the universe and is furious at the fact that creatures as primitive as humans are somehow able to begin colonizing space when they should have gone extinct thousands of years ago. For this reason, it seeks to take Earth from humans and make the planet its own, hoping to put Earthlings in what it believes is their rightful place — as evolutionary failures.
  • Living Gasbag: Although Spume spends the majority of the episode underwater, it is able to fly through space by virtue of its jellyfish-like body and an organic propulsion system.
  • Octopoid Aliens: Resembles a giant squid mixed with a Portuguese man-o-war.
  • Sea Monster: Spume's preferred habitat is the ocean and seeks to remove Earth's landmass to make the planet a better home for itself.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Spume or Supume?
  • Starfish Aliens: Highly intelligent yet completely non-humanoid. Spume is one of the few creatures in the Ultra Series created entirely though CGI.
  • Technopath: Spume is able to take control of technology by hacking into computer systems. It manages to get into Ice Castle and the Krakov's networks after coiling its tentacles around them, using the latter base's data to take control of the NSP Campanella and speak through communication systems.
  • Voice Changeling: Spume speaks telepathically, but its voice is always heard in that of a specific individual as by burrowing into communication systems, it is able to find recorded voices. Its preferred one is that of the little daughter of one of the scientists aboard Ice Castle after he had placed a record of her singing in his computer.

Reicubas

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First Appearance: The Krakov Won't Surface Pt. 1
A crab-like monster created by Spume to act as its bodyguard in case Ultraman Dyna attempted to thwart the invader's plans to drown human civilization and replace it with endless oceans. As expected, Dyna did show up, but he proved to be no match for Reicubas' ability to switch between fire and ice powers and tasted his first defeat when the crab kaiju froze him solid.

Although Reicubas has yet to appear in any further Ultra Series, it frequently shows up in video games and other media related to the Ultra Series, as well as merchandise. Thus, Reicubas is considered Ultraman Dyna's most iconic foe.


  • Breakout Villain: The closest thing Ultraman Dyna has to one. While Reicubas often appears in video games and merchandise and is considered to be Dyna's most iconic foe, it has never appeared in any other series (except as one of the components for Five King in Ultraman Ginga S) or fought any other Ultramen.
  • Breath Weapon: Depending on which element it has switched to, Reicubas can breath either freezing mist or intensely hot fireballs.
  • The Dragon: To Spume.
  • Giant Enemy Crab: Modeled on fiddler crabs.
  • An Ice Person: When in Ice Type.
  • Multiform Balance: Can switch between the fire and ice element for different attacks.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: At the end of part one of its appearance, Reicubas manages to encase Dyna in ice with its freezing breath. However, in part two, Reicubas' fireballs end up melting Dyna's prison when it misses its attacks on Captain Hibiki in GUTS Eagle Beta!
  • Playing with Fire: When in Fire Type.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Reicubas' eyes change color depending on which element it's in, so one has to take warning when its eyes have switched to red, because that means it's in Fire Type.
  • Right Hand of Doom: Its right pincer is bigger than its left one.
  • Sea Monster: First appears at the bottom of the Antarctic Ocean to ambush Ultraman Dyna before the hero takes the battle onto land.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Reicubas or Reigubas? Oh, and it's also been translated as Reyvcus.

Digon

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First Appearance: The Krakov Won't Surface Pt. 1
Fish-like humanoids that serve Spume and are created by it in the same manner as Reicubas. These human-sized creatures act as the alien entity's footsoldiers in its plans to transform Earth into a global ocean by dealing with any pesky humans that interfere with its schemes.
  • Expy: Their name and appearance are based on Ragon from Ultra Q.
  • Fish People: Ragon-like creatures created by Spume, to be exact. Their Boss Subtitles is even "Gill-Man Soldiers".
  • Mooks: The purpose of the Digons is similar to those of the various grunts in Super Sentai, doing most of the human-sized battles for the villains to help the Monster of the Week. Dyna does get to battle a few while human-sized as well.

Alien Chern Left and Right

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Right is the red one;
Left is the blue one.

First Appearance: Monster Game
Voiced by: Hiroshi Watari (both; also human form actor for both)
Two alien comrades who seek to destroy Ultraman Dyna in opposite manners. Right's plan was to simply confront Asuka face-on, but Left's was much more complex. He established a children's media company and created a video game called Monster Coliseum that became a smash hit with Japanese kids. Through the monsters that players created for the game, Left sought to gain a monster powerful enough to defeat Ultraman Dyna.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: The namesake halves of their bodies are the only sides that have any features on them. Left's right side and Right's left side are entirely dark and featureless.
  • Brains and Brawn: Right is the brawn and Left is the brains. The former's plan was to simply find Ultraman Dyna's human host and rough him up, while the latter intended on playing the waiting game and letting the perfect monster show itself though his Monster Coliseum video game.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Both are killed by Demagorg when the monster goes rogue and smashes the building they're in.
  • Intangibility: Right is able to phase through objects at will, allowing beam attacks to pass through his body without harm or for himself to move through walls.
  • Mind Control: Left and Right can't control Demagorg themselves, so instead they use the kid who created him by sending him a special video game console that takes over his mind and lets him control Demagorg against Ultraman Dyna in real life as a "prize" for creating the most powerful monster in Monster Coliseum.
  • Mind over Matter: Left's power. Not only was he able to pull Asuka's firearm out of his hand from a distance, but was also able to have a car drive itself to Asuka and take him to his hideout.
  • No Mouth: Left and Right both only have a glowing organ on their namesake side of their body that flashes whenever they talk.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Right is the red to Left's blue, with both have the matching colors on their namesake halves.

Demagorg

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First Appearance: Monster Game
A monster created by a boy named Taichi for Left's video game Monster Coliseum, a fighting game where players raise kaiju they create and have them battle other players' kaiju in tournaments. As Taichi's monster proved itself to be above the rest, Left brought Demagorg to life to battle Ultraman Dyna while Taichi was brainwashed to command the monster with a specially-made game console.
  • Achilles' Heel: Destroying the console that mind controls Taichi and lets him control Demagorg in real life will render Demagorg totally powerless and uncontrollable.
  • Barrier Warrior: Weird example. Demagorg can create a barrier field by increasing the size of its hands to that of itself to shield itself from attacks.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: The tip of Demagorg's tail is sharp enough to stab enemies.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Starts off as an ordinary Tyrannosaurus rex, but as Taichi progresses through the game and levels up his monster, Demagorg gain armour to go with its increased power.
  • Finishing Move: Like the fighting games it was inspired by, Demagorg has one — impaling the defeated enemy with its tail and swallowing them whole.
  • The Game Come to Life: Demagorg's origin story, with Monster Coliseum inspired by the likes of Primal Rage and Mortal Kombat and having pixelated 3-D graphics.
  • Swallowed Whole: Demagorg's finishing move allows it to consume its enemies in such a manner, even if they're the same size as it.
  • Tail Slap: Even when not stabbing foes with it, Demagorg can still knock enemies around with its tail to great effect.
  • Vacuum Mouth: Demagorg's Swallowed Whole ability is performed this way.

Gigantes

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First Appearance: Forest of Apemen
A gigantic species of Australopithecus thought to have vanished 1 million years ago. Two individuals, a male and a female, were discovered living in a forest in West Asia, but a development company sought to get rid of them.
  • All Amazons Want Hercules: The male Gigantes seeks to impress the female by showing off his incredible strength, whether it's by smashing man-made structures to rescue her from humans or by fighting Ultraman Dyna.
  • Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: Probably inspired by theories that Bigfoot and other ape-men are relic hominids. Also, the first evidence of the Gigantes Super GUTS has is a giant footprint in snow, much like that of an oversized yeti.
  • Gentle Giant: The female Gigantes is a very friendly creature. When Asuka is attacked by the male, she chases him away and then helps Asuka find his friends.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: The male Gigantes. Although he's more violent and ill-tempered than the female, he is simply interested in protecting his forest from encroaching humans and winning the female's heart.
  • Prehistoric Monster: The Gigantes species was thought to have become extinct 1 million years ago. With its rediscovery, Super GUTS seeks to protect them from going extinct for real.
  • Super Strength: Even more than a standard kaiju. The male Gigantes was so strong that Ultraman Dyna in Strong Type was still outmatched in terms of physical power.

Gaigareid

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First Appearance: In the Light of Destiny
A monster created by the Spheres that was sent towards the Solar System inside a 200-kilometer asteroid with intent of colliding into Earth. Later on, in the events of the finale, the Spheres send out a new and far more powerful version called Neo Gaigareid to destroy Super GUTS on Ganymede during their ultimate assault upon the Solar System.
  • Achilles' Heel: When Gaigareid is charging up its Chest Blaster, its underside becomes extremely vulnerable to help the monster fire the meteors.
  • Barrier Warrior: Like many "Neo" monsters created by the Spheres, Neo Gaigareid is equipped with one.
  • Breath Weapon: Gaigareid can launch purple energy balls from its mouth. As Neo Gaigareid, its force field can be absorbed through the monster's mouth to become an energy beam.
  • Chest Blaster: The primary ability of Gaigareid is to charge up and shoot explosive meteors by opening up a portal from its stomach.
  • Colony Drop: The Spheres sent Gaigaried inside an asteroid for this purpose, knowing that when Super GUTS blew up the space rock before it could collide with Earth, Gaigareid would pop out to finish the job.
  • Elite Mook: Neo Gaigareid, which was intended by the Spheres to be the most powerful of all the monsters they have created.
  • Grappling-Hook Gun: Neo Gaigareid gains one for its left arm.
  • Homing Lasers: Neo Gaigareid can fire such from its right claw.
  • Sinister Scythe: Gaigareid's middle fingers are scythe-like weaponry ideal for slashing foes. Neo Gaigareid has a massive scythe in place of its right arm though.

Gregorl-Man

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First Appearance: Fight! Dyna vs Dyna!
Voiced by: Hiroshi Miyazaka (also human form actor)
A shapeshifting alien fighter from Hercules M-16 who travels from world to world in search of the most powerful warriors in the universe to defeat in battle. He came to Earth to test his strength against that of Ultraman Dyna, but knowing that Super GUTS would interfere with his 1v1 duel if he took any other form, he chose to appear as a doppelganger of Dyna.
  • Badass Cape: His big black cape, based on those worn by many a professional wrestler
  • Blood Knight: He hails from a long family of fighters who defeat powerful beings for sport and actively search for such entities to test their strength against.
  • Do Not Adjust Your Set: He has special flying cameras that follow him everywhere to record his battles and transmit them to all screens in the world so that people may see him fighting.
  • Evil Knockoff: Evil's a bit of a strong word to describe this guy, but he stills fits as Dyna's answer to the many other aliens before him who have impersonated Ultras.
  • Glory Seeker: His goal is to defeat Ultraman Dyna so that he can prove himself as the strongest being in the universe.
  • It's All About Me: He revels in the adoration he receives from those watching him battle and actually becomes angry when people start cheering for Dyna instead.
  • Masked Luchador: His appearance is heavily inspired by these, notably in the cape, the mask-like face, and the Mexican-sounding music for whenever he appears. Additionally, when Dyna literally breaks his disguise off, it's treated as a massive dishonor — much like what happens if a real luchador's mask is removed.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His sole facial feature.
  • Shapeshifter: Is able to take on the forms of others.
  • The Worf Effect: In order to show off his strength to Super GUTS and Dyna, he brings in Monsarger — a kaiju whose super-thick skin resists all attacks — and removes its Achilles' Heel, defeating the creature with ease.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: His appearance, combat style, and habit of showing off in battle are inspired by professional wrestlers. He even creates a wrestling ring (via four sword-like pillars in four corners that form an electrical field) and has the Boss Subtitles "Space Pro Wrestler".

Lovemos (TM-39)

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First Appearance: The Singing Investigation Robot
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Takato
A little exploration robot built by TPC to gather data on other worlds and become the organization's mascot. It was sent to Solveno, a newly discovered moon of Saturn, but encountered a mysterious alien song that drove it mad and caused it to shut down. After being brought back to Earth and reactivated, Lovemos took over Super GUTS' base and merged itself with all their vehicles to become the monstrous Satan Lovemos.
  • The Assimilator: Of other machinery when possessed. When Lovemos returns to Super GUTS' base, it diverts all of their power to its TM-39 generator and uses the immense magnetic force from it to absorb all their tanks, planes, and ships. The result is a colossal amalgamation of machinery with the original Lovemos acting as its brain.
  • Beam Spam: Satan Lovemos overwhelms Dyna with this, thanks to the combined firepower of GUTS Eagle's components.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: As Satan Lovemos due to the alien melody, complete with a more menacing voice.
  • Brown Note: The victim of one — a bizarre melody played by a strange instrument from an alien civilization that once inhabited Solveno. The song doesn't affect humans though as they can't hear it, but even Solveno's winds blowing through the instrument was enough to turn Lovemos evil.
  • Cute Machines: TPC intentionally built it to be such, so as to make a marketable mascot. Mai especially adores it.
  • Extendable Arms: Lovemos normally uses these to collect samples, but as Satan Lovemos they become the perfect tool for constricting Dyna and dragging him into the massive drill in its chest.
  • Humongous Mecha: As Satan Lovemos, though it's more akin to a giant pile of Super GUTS vehicles in the shape of Lovemos.
  • The Juggernaut: Satan Lovemos may not be very mobile, but its thick plating more than make up for it.
  • The Power of Love: Mai restores Lovemos to normal by playing a different song from the alien instrument that comes from her love for the robot.
  • Robot Buddy: Mai considers it to be one for Super GUTS, but the others (except Ryo) see it as Just a Machine.
  • This Is a Drill: Satan Lovemos possesses one on its chest that was taken from Super GUTS' Drill Tank, the GUTS Dig.
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: The male members of Super GUTS believe Lovemos to be nothing more than a simple machine, but Lovemos demonstrates itself to be capable of emotions, such as understanding Mai's adoration for it and feeling guilt for its rampage when it is restored to normal.

Alien Naltis

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First Appearance: Star of Peace
Portrayed by: Motoko Nagino
An alien scientist from a peace-loving planet whose people have developed technology to purge negative thoughts and emotions from their bodies. Seeing human tendency for belligerence as a threat to the cosmos, she has come to Earth to destroy the human race by extracting the rebellious aggression of teenagers and using them to create the monster Menorfa that she will then use to destroy humanity.
  • Fusion Dance: Naltis combines her own mass into that of Menorfa to empower her creation with her own hatred and despair, causing its size to rapidly increase in only a few minutes.
  • Knight Templar: Sees her plans to destroy the human race as the only way to pacify the aggressive tendencies of humanity, which she believes will destroy the universe. Of course, Ultraman Dyna and Super GUTS oppose that — Asuka even calls her out as a hypocrite.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Able to emit a high-pitched, banshee-like shriek that knocks humans unconscious.
  • The Power of Hate: Sought to use this to create Menorfa and take over Earth.
  • Rubber-Forehead Aliens: A very unorthodox design by Ultra Series standards.

Menorfa

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First Appearance: Star of Peace
A blobby creature created by Alien Naltis through the amassing human aggression into the form of an ever-growing monster that she would then use to destroy Earth, believing that not even the strength of Ultraman Dyna could be enough to defeat a living mass of negative energy.
  • Achilles' Heel: Has an open wound in its mass created when a journalist named Hasumi jammed a steel pipe in its mass while it was still fairly small. Hitting Menorfa in that area with a powerful enough attack will cause it to burst.
  • Blob Monster: A giant ever-growing mass of solid negative energy, to be exact.
  • Emotion Eater: Grows by being fed human hatred and aggression, which Naltis extracts from delinquent teenagers for the best results.
  • Energy Absorption: Absorbs the negative energy created from human emotions (briefly referred to as Minus Energy by Naltis) to increase in size. Was also able to consume Dyna's attacks.
  • The Heartless: Similar to the monsters of Ultraman 80, Menorfa is formed from negative energy created by bad human thoughts and emotions, allowing it to expand indefinitely.
  • Shock and Awe: Able to electrify its body and fire out small orbs of electrical energy to fight Dyna.

Bazob

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First Appearance: The Time for Decision
An electricity-eating monster from outer space, Bazob made itself known to humanity when it devoured the TPC space station Helios, with Captain Hibiki on board, and soon proved to be one of Super GUTS' most challenging enemies, thanks to its permanent EMP barrier preventing them from attacking it with their fighter jets.
  • Achilles' Heel: The blue gem embedded in Bazob's forehead allows it to manipulate electricity. Destroying it nullifies its EMP field and force the electricity into its body, shocking it.
  • Belly Mouth: The purple spot on Bazob's belly is actually its second mouth that it uses to consume electricity.
  • EMP: Bazob generates an EMP field within a 3 kilometer radius of itself that shuts down all machinery that relies on electricity and neutralizes energy attacks, such as the lasers from Super GUTS' planes.
  • Energy Absorption: Bazob's primary trait is that it consumes electricity, which it does by swallowing electrical machinery with its Belly Mouth and extracting their power.
  • Expy: Inspired by Bemstar from Return of Ultraman, another flying space kaiju with a Belly Mouth to consume energy.
  • Giant Flyer: Though it primarily flies through space.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Definitely one of Dyna's toothier enemies.
  • Power Crystal: The blue gem embedded in its head that generates its EMP field.
  • Prehensile Tail: Was able to grab Dyna with its tail and throw him around like a ragdoll.
  • Shock and Awe: Asides from consuming electricity and generating an EMP field around itself, Bazob can also shoot lightning bolts from its forehead gem.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Bazob or Bazub?

Geomos

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Top: Geomos
Bottom: Neo Geomos

First Appearance: The Smile of Destruction Pt. 1
A monster that came to be when a strange rock formation shaped like a smiling face was discovered on Pluto, and a sample was brought back to Earth by TPC, only for the stone to turn out to be a disguised Sphere, which merged itself with a spaceship and the rocks of the Rokko Mountains near Osaka. Geomos proved to be among Dyna's most formidable enemies, defeating him in their first round of combat before rampaging through Osaka and being driven underground, where it metamorphosed into a new and more powerful form called Neo Geomos.
  • Achilles' Heel; Due to Geomos' force field being made of Neo Maxima energy absorbed from the Krakov, firing a beam of "anti-energy" at the shield will destroy it.
  • Barrier Warrior: Part of what made Geomos so strong was that it was permanently surrounded by a force field that shielded it from all attacks.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: Neo Geomos' tail is equipped with numerous spikes, including a a claw-shaped cluster at the tip that injects lightning into those it latches onto.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Neo Geomos strongly resembles one.
  • Expy: Geomos is heavily inspired by Gomora of the original Ultraman fame, particularly in its saurian Neo Geomos form, incredible strength, and rampage through Osaka. In fact, the plot of "The Smile of Destruction" is heavily drawn from "The Monster Prince" two-parter.
  • The Juggernaut: Mainly thanks to its force field, but even when faced in melee, Geomos proved to be extremely powerful and required Super GUTS to cooperate with members of the original GUTS (Shinjoh, Horii, and Munakata, to be exact) to stand a chance. It even survived Miracle Type's Revolium Wave!
  • Metamorphosis Monster: Geomos metamorphoses into Neo Geomos in the same way as a cicada crawling out of its nymph exoskeleton after Super GUTS manages to drive it out of Osaka.
  • Playing with Fire: Neo Geomos can shoot fireballs from its forehead.
  • Prehensile Tail: Like Eleking, Geomos is able to channel electricity through its tail when strangling enemies to shock them, though this turns out to be a bad idea against Dyna's Strong Type.
  • Rock Monster: More noticeable in its base form, but like Darambia before it, Geomos was created by the Spheres through one individual merging with rock, albeit this time that of Earth.
  • Shock and Awe: Geomos can shoot lightning from various parts of its body, including its tail and chest.
  • Super Strength: Physically powerful enough that in their first match, Geomos defeated Dyna him by swatting him with such force he goes flying into the horizon!
  • Tunnel King: Burrows around a lot.

Yumenokatamari

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First Appearance: Yumenokatamari
A living pile of trash formed from the many items thrown away by Araragi City when said objects became discontent with being carelessly discarded and disposed, Yumenokatamari sought to punish the people of Araragi City for their improper treatment of those possessions they no longer wanted.
  • Action Bomb: The monster's compact trash body means that it is constantly building up energy inside itself, which will eventually cause it to implode with the force of three nuclear bombs.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: The garbage that composes Yumenokatamari's body. They all moved themselves together to cluster into the form of a giant monster and collectively seek to make people pay for mistreating them.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Its name means "Clump of Dreams".
  • Breath Weapon: Able to spit chunks of trash that explode on impact and cover the target with trash.
  • The Juggernaut: Dyna's punches simply got his fists stuck inside its garbage body, and when he attempted to stall it with his Dyna Barrier, the monster simply pushed the force field down.
  • No-Sell: Beam attacks are simply absorbed into the monster's mass.
  • Poisonous Person: Yumenokatamari produces large amounts of toxic fumes from its garbage body.
  • Walking Wasteland: The toxic fumes kill vegetation around Yumenokatamari, while bits and pieces of the monster's composition will occasionally fall off and cover buildings and dead trees in garbage.
  • Youkai: The origins of Yumenokatamari are based on Tsukumogami, a class of Animate Inanimate Object youkai that are known for doing harm to those who had wastefully disposed them while they were still normal objects.

Bundar

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First Appearance: Monster Drama
A monster originating from the theatrical play "Monster Drama", the creation of a mad playwright obsessed with the occult named Hiroya Narumi. In his play, Narumi creates the monster from alchemy using a baroque pearl, but for the final act, Narumi (believing the stage was not adequate for it) moves the story into the real world, causing Bundar to manifest in reality and transform the world so as to follow the script it originated from.
  • Alchemy Is Magic: Bundar's backstory. Narumi was so obsessed with alchemy and creating the perfect play that he used alchemy to bring the monster in his story to life.
  • Combat Tentacles: Can sprout tentacles all over its body in cocoon form to attack its surroundings.
  • Metamorphosis Monster: First appears in the form of a cocoon-like spire before growing a head and limbs to attack Tokyo.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: Befitting the total Mind Screw of an episode it appears in (directed by who else but Akio Jissoji).
  • Rewriting Reality: To new extremes. Narumi wanted to make the world literally the stage for his play's climax, so when he created Bundar and sent it out into the real world, the result is that Bundar transforms reality to follow how the play goes. But since the play was never finished, Bundar destroys itself and reality reverts to normal.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Able to shift its body into a giant tentacle-like form to strike at foes at long ranges.
  • Weather Manipulation: Can conjure anything from lightning bolts to sandstorms.

Hiroyuki Yamazaki/Zomborg

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First Appearance: Battle! Monster Island (as Yamazaki), The Light and Shadow of Youth (as Zomborg)
Played by: Yuji Watari (Hiroyuki Yamazaki)
Formerly the assistant of Neosaurus' creator Professor Otomo, Hiroyuki Yamazaki sought to "uplift" the human race using leftover Evolu cells he stole from a TPC containment facility and planned to shower all over Earth using a rocket. When Asuka and stealth fighter pilot Kenji Fudo came to stop him in his asteroid hideout, Yamazaki responded by injecting some Evolu cells into himself to become the monster Zomborg.
  • Avenging the Villain: He seeks vengeance for the death of Professor Otomo, blaming Asuka for what was really an accident on the scientist's part.
  • Breath Weapon: Can blast a cluster of green lightning from his mouth.
  • Continuity Nod: Zomborg was created from the same alien cells that created Evolu and Metamorga, though Yamazaki has refined them, meaning he no longer requires the vast amounts of electricity absorption that the other two needed to remain alive.
    • Also to Neosaurus, as Yamazaki had previously appeared in the Neosaurus episode as Professor Otomo's lackey. He's still pretty pissed about what happened back then.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Kenji Fudo, a TPC stealth fighter pilot who happens to be the brother of a late rival of Asuka from cadet school. Both Kenji and Yamazaki are extremely bitter towards Asuka for the deaths of their role models despite none of it being Asuka's fault (Kenji's brother was killed by Spheres and Professor Otomo by Neosaurus). However, Kenji eventually realizes that he cannot just keep wallowing in hate and despair for something that happened long ago, while Yamazaki never admits to his own faults.
  • Extendable Arms: Zomborg's arms are incredibly stretchy, allowing the monster to throw punches from long distances or strangle foes by coiling around them.
  • Mad Scientist: Yamazaki was the apprentice of one and then achieved the same status in his own right afterwards by cloning Daigerun, creating an army of Evolu-enhanced artificial soldiers, and turning himself into Zomborg.
  • Master of Disguise: Wears a ridiculously realistic latex mask of Staff Officer Gondo (they actually just got Gondo's actor to play the role of the disguise) in order to steal the Evolu cells.
  • One-Winged Angel: Zomborg is essentially this for Yamazaki, as he only takes on the form for the episode's climax and to battle Ultraman Dyna.
  • Ultimate Lifeform: Much like Ryosuke, the original user of the Evolu cells, Yamazaki sought to use the alien cells to make himself into a superhuman being, and hoped to do the same to the rest of humanity. Unlike with Ryosuke and Evolu, becoming a giant monster is an intended part of the process for Yamazaki.

Alien Jagira

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First Appearance: The Tree of Jagira
Portrayed by: Junichi Nita
An alien who originally came to Earth 200 years ago to plant his ultimate creation, the Tree of Jagira, which became a yorishiro to the people of Morino Town. In the present, the tree blossoms and Jagira hides amongst the townspeople as a botanist studying it named Aoki, mind controlling them and stealing their life force in hopes of finding the one who will have inherited the tree's power to help him conquer Earth.
  • Came from the Sky: The Tree of Jagira came this way, landing in a meteorite that then quickly sprouted a tree, which to the people of Morino 200 years ago, could only be explained as the tree being divine.
  • Foul Flower: The Tree of Jagira is covered with flowers that spray a toxic pollen that hypnotizes people. Additionally, it infects one person with its power, developing over the course of 200 years into a human who will then allow Jagira to merge with the tree.
  • Fusion Dance: Performs this with the Tree of Jagira by capturing Nakajima's ex-girlfriend Noriko and using her plant-based life energy (inherited from the tree's pollen) as the heart while he acts as the brain.
  • Green Thumb: Jagira himself. Not only was he able to create a mind-controlling tree, but in his god form, he can create giant roots that burst from the ground to entangle enemies.
  • Hand Blast: Can fire purple-red pulses of force energy from his hands. In his god form, this extends to his whole body.
  • Human Aliens: Jagira's true form, allowing him to hide amongst the people of Morino Town.
  • Mind Control: The Tree of Jagira performs this with its hypnotizing pollen. Under its effect, the inhabitants of Morino Town become mindless zombie-like minions under Jagira's command.
  • Mythology Gag: Jagira is named after Gijera of the previous series, another plant-based monster with hypnotizing pollen for the purpose of crushing humanity under the heels of godlike powers.
  • One-Winged Angel: Jagira transforms himself into a monstrous plant creature he refers to as his "god form" after discovering that Noriko is the one who carries the power that will allow him to merge with the Tree of Jagira.
  • Poisonous Person: Jagira's "god form" can spray toxic explosive pollen from its flower "mouth".
  • When Trees Attack: Jagira's "god form" is a plant kaiju formed from merging with a sacred tree.

Daiorius

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First Appearance: I Want to See Our Earth
A gigantic insect creature that attacked the spaceship Gazelle, which was bringing a group of children born on a space station to Earth for the first time, to implant its ravenous furry larvae on board. And if that wasn't bad enough, the larvae produce a fluid that would dissipate into a deadly vapor capable of killing millions of people if the Gazelle entered Earth's atmosphere.
  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: We're talking "bigger than Ultraman Dyna" big. At 115 meters in length, Daiorius is one of the biggest creepy-crawlies in the Ultra Series.
  • Extra Eyes: Has a total of four eyes.
  • Giant Flyer: Daiorius is an enormous extraterrestrial insect that soars through the void of space in search of victims to implant its larvae in.
  • Poisonous Person: Not Daiorius itself, but the monster's larvae produce a fluid during metamorphosis that when exposed to Earth's atmosphere turns into a poisonous gas lethal enough to wipe out massive numbers of the human population.
  • Shock and Awe: Can shoot lightning bolts from its antennae.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Daiorius, Daiorus, Diaorius, Diaorus, etc.

Alien Regulan Captain Zoyaka

First Appearance: Ephemeral Dream
An alien belonging to a species that had originally attacked Earth early on in Ultraman Tiga's time. He commandeered a massive armada of spaceships to destroy TPC and also sent in a shower of asteroid bombs to collide with the organization's Mars base in order to prevent them from using their newly developed Specium Cannon.
See Ultraman Tiga

  • Art Evolution: Compared to the original Alien Regulan, Captain Zoyaka has red markings where the original had purple ones. Possibly justified in that he was actually just part of a dream that Asuka had.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He proudly describes himself as "the most detested person in the universe".
  • Colony Drop: Alongside his spaceship fleet, he sent asteroid-shaped explosives (including one super-sized one) to destroy TPC's Mars base by having it crash into the red planet.

Mountain Gulliver No. 5

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First Appearance: Ephemeral Dream
A giant robot constructed by Masami Horii and equipped with Nakajima's incredibly powerful Specium Gun. It was piloted by Mai to help TPC's forces battle Captain Zoyaka's Regulan army and stop his asteroid bombs from crashing into Mars.
  • BFG: Its main weapon, the Specium Gun, which it uses to mow down waves of Regulan spaceships.
  • Humongous Mecha: The Ultra Series has featured plenty of giant robots before, but Mountain Gulliver No. 5 most closely resembles a conventional heroic mecha like those found in many anime series. However, it is entirely a figment of Asuka's imagination.
  • Mythology Gag: Mountain Gulliver No. 5 was one name suggested by the original GUTS for the one they eventually decided to call Ultraman Tiga.
  • Not Quite Flight: It gets airborne by being pushed down a gigantic ramp, gaining enough momentum to propel through the air with some support from the jets in its backside.

Golza

First Appearance: Captain Long-Legs
A second Golza that mysteriously appeared from Mt. Kirimon, the same volcano where the original Golza became Fire Golza during the time of Ultraman Tiga. Thanks to the same volcanic energies that made Fire Golza, this new Golza proved to be even more powerful than the original.
See Ultraman Tiga

  • Art Evolution: Golza has a smaller head (with larger eyes and mouth), a bluish color scheme, a longer neck, and a more muscular body. Additionally, the color of its beam attack is changed from purple to orange.
  • Back from the Dead: Kariya speculates that this is the original Golza resurrected by the Spheres, though nothing ever definitively proves this in the show and the other characters scoff at the theory.
  • Breath Weapon: Golza's Ultrasonic Ray is changed to this, despite being fired from its forehead in the previous series.
  • Continuity Nod: Emerges from the same volcano from which the original Golza transformed into Fire Golza causing a lot of the same troubles like unnatural eruptions.
  • Energy Absorption: In this series, Golza can absorb energy to become stronger and merge it with his Ultrasonic Ray — a variation on the original's heat absorption ability.

Graikis

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First Appearance: The Snow of Venus
A monster that originated from an experimental colony of artificial bacteria called Ice Goddess that was developed to make Venus habitable for human life, only for the Spheres to transform the test subjects into a singular kaiju that attacked Super GUTS when they came to check on the experiment.
  • Achilles' Heel: The Sphere embedded in its forehead can be destroyed to return it to its normal state since it acts as an energy source for the monster and its powers.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes fireballs.
  • Giant Flyer: By retracting its arms and legs into the sides of its body, Graikis soar through the Venusian atmosphere at high speeds using its large side fins.
  • Home Field Advantage: The Venusian atmosphere makes Graikis as powerful as it is because Dyna's strength and speed are compromised by the high atmospheric pressure while Super GUTS' weapons are unable to hit anything due to the same atmosphere making their firing systems go all wonky.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Graikis is both incredibly swift and incredibly strong, even in (or rather, thanks to) the dense atmosphere of Venus.
  • Mega-Microbes: Experimental Venusian bacteria turned into a vaguely turtle-like kaiju by the Spheres.
  • Super Strength: So strong that Dyna had to use his Miracle-Type over his Strong-Type because speed was the only way he could match up equally with the monster.

Torongar

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First Appearance: The Tears of Churasa
A horrible alien monster that suddenly appeared on Earth to spread carnage and challenge Super GUTS with its regenerative powers. However, Staff Officer Miyata claims to have originally encountered the beast ten years ago when he vanished from TPC for 15 days, claiming that in that time he was stranded on a planet called Gigaru.
  • Archenemy: Miyata views it as such to him since it killed Churasa. It's implied Torongar has a mutual hatred for him as well for what happened on Gigaru.
  • Flower Mouth: Torongar's only facial feature is a mouth that splits open vertically to reveal four gnashing teeth.
  • Hand Blast: Able to fire lightning bolts from its hands.
  • Healing Factor: Tornagar's greatest strength is that its body is able to regenerate from any wounds, thanks to the immense power of its heart.
  • Kryptonite Factor: The Tears of Churasa are the only thing that can prevent Torongar from healing itself.
  • Overly Long Tongue: Possesses a long spear-like tongue that stabs targets and melts through them like acid.
  • Prehensile Hair: Torongar possesses a long "ponytail" on the back of its head that it can use as a whip to constrict opponents.
  • Sizeshifter: Can switch between a human-sized form and a giant-sized form, taking on the former size to fight Miyata when he heads out to try kill it himself and going giant-sized to raze buildings.

Alien Gigaru Churasa

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First Appearance: The Tears of Churasa
Portrayed by: Michelle Gazepis (actor), Wakana Yamazaki (voice)
An alien whom Staff Officer Miyata claims to have encountered during a 15-day disappearance when he became mysteriously stranded on the planet Gigaru. She had rescued him from Torongar and returned him home safely, causing Miyata to develop feelings for her despite widespread skepticism of the story by his comrades. But when Torongar returns, Churasa reappears to Miyata to give her the mysterious Tears of Churasa.
  • Dead All Along: Churasa died at the hands of Torongar shortly after Miyata left Gigaru for Earth ten years ago. Miyata encountered her specter taking a ship to Earth to give him the Tears of Churasa.
  • Human Aliens: One of the few portrayed by a Caucasian person in the Ultra Series.
  • Meaningful Name: "Churasa" means "beauty" in the Okinawan dialect.

Moravia

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First Appearance: The Power of My Feelings for You
A shapechanging entity from outer space that first made its presence known when a strange comet brought with it black tulip-like flowers called Mejiwogu. The Mejiwogu would absorb fear and allow Moravia to become what the victims feared most, eventually manifesting in a demonic form after sufficient fear was gathered.
  • Breath Weapon: Breathes fire.
  • Came from the Sky: Was first spotted by Ryo's friend Hirao Teruhisa as a comet that then explodes, scattering Mejiwogu across Matsumoto. Moravia assumes this form again at the end of the episode when things start to go south.
  • Continuity Nod: All the monsters Moravia appears as: Digon, Forgas kaijin, Zenekindarl, Alien Raybeak, and human-sized verisons of Bishmel and Mozuinote . When at full size, we see Eshilis, Gyanzar, Kokakucho, Deathfacer, and Evil Tiga.
  • Energy Absorption: Was able to drain a lot of Dyna's Colour Timer energy by biting onto his shoulder like a vampire.
  • Foul Flower: The Mejiwogu flowers resemble black tulips that absorb fear, allowing Moravia to grow in power.
  • I Know What You Fear: Moravia's big gimmick. It can absorb fear with its black flowers, using it to become the being the viewer fears most. This form changes between viewers, as in their first encounter Kariya sees a Zenekindarl while Nakajima sees a Digon.
  • Kryptonite Factor: A certain white tulip-like flower counters Moravia's fear-based transformations and will actually force the monster into its original form when used as a weapon. Ryo speculates that the flower is actually a Mejiwogu in it's natural form, uncorrupted by the power of fear and instead strengthened by love.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Best described as looking like a simian version of the Devil, complete with tiny bat wings and a pointy tail.
  • Shapeshifter: Through the fear that its Mejiwogu flowers absorb, Moravia takes on the form of other monsters by dissipating and reforming its body into new appearances. Its true form however is a sentient comet.

Alien Fabiras

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First Appearance: Farewell, Hanejiro
Voiced by: Hiroshi Ishii and Toshio Miyake
Two aliens of a species that revered Hanejiro as a protective being. Their planet was destroyed centuries ago, forcing their species to travel in search of a new home. After countless failures, they had gotten separated from Hanejiro when they ran into Monsarger, but eventually came to Earth, where they were reunited with Hanejiro but now have the intention of making Earth their new home no matter what.
  • Anti-Villain: While ruthless in their determination to make Earth their new home, they ultimately have the welfare of their species in mind. They ultimately choose not to go on with their invasion and continue traveling the cosmos, thanks to what Hanejiro shows them about his time with Super GUTS.
  • Attack Reflector: The Instant Armour has this effect, even bouncing the Solgent Ray off without any effect.
  • Chest Blaster: The Fabiras' Demon Stone is able to fire off a variant that creates multiple energy tentacles to entangle Dyna.
  • Continuity Nod: The Fabiras with the Demon Stone says that he got it from the planet Muzan.
  • Hand Blast: Both Fabiras are able to shoot blasts of orange energy from their hands.
  • Instant Armour: The Demon Stone allows the Fabiras to instantly gain a chestplate when he turns giant-sized.
  • Power Crystal: The Demon Stone that one of the two Fabiras carries one on his chest. He uses to turn giant-sized and try to take over Earth, but his companion remarks that it has made him belligerent and violent.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Fabiras with the Demon Stone is the Red to his companion's Blue.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The Demon Stone has this effect on the Fabiras, making him rapacious for spilling blood in order for his people to seize Earth from humanity.

Alien Chadabin

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First Appearance: Ndamoshite X
Played by: Moriya Endo (voice), Hidekazu Akai (human form actor)
An alien who had originally come to Earth to blow it up with his explosive Ndamoshite X, unaware the planet was inhabited. But when a man named Musashi Hosaku startled him, resulting in the human's death and Chadabin's spaceship being destroyed, the invader took pity on the man and took over his body and life.
  • Aliens Among Us: He's been living the life of a salaryman named Musashi for quite a while, having grown to love the man's family and Earth as his own.
  • The Atoner: He had chosen to assume the life and identity of Musashi Hosaku because of the shame he felt for almost destroying a planet full of life and for killing Musashi.
  • The Blank: His true form, which only appears in a flashback.
  • Dead Person Impersonation: Variant. He took over the corpse of the dead person, destroying his original body in the process. And in a more pleasant play on the trope, he did so out of pity for accidentally killing him.

Mogedon

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First Appearance: Ndamoshite X
A mole-like monster that had somehow gotten Chadabin's Ndamoshite X stuck inside its throat. Its appearance put an end to a long tranquility in Chadabin's new Earth life and got the alien-turned-Earthling roped into working with Super GUTS to get the planet-destroying explosive out of Mogedon.
  • "Fantastic Voyage" Plot: Chadabin and Captain Hayate have to go inside Mogedon's body to get the Ndamoshite X and disarm it. Although due to the monster's size and the object's location, they really only have to walk around the inside of its mouth and nose.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: Mogedon was rampaging due to the agony of the Ndamoshite X stuck inside its body. Otherwise, the creature is perfectly peaceful, and thus, Dyna decides to take it to space to help it find a new home after it is rescued. Dyna doesn't fight it much either; he mostly just helps pin the monster down so the Ndamoshite X can be retrieved safely.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The monster's real eyes are the small red ones. The bulging ones you see are decoy eyes (with some extra ones on its neck). Though in a subversion, Mogedon isn't actually the threat of the episode, but the planet-destroying Ndamoshite X stuck in it is.
  • Spring Jump: Able to leap into the air straight out of ground and back in, like a dolphin breaching out of the sea.
  • Tunnel King: It is a mole kaiju after all.

Terranoid/Zelganoid

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First Appearance: Final Chapter I: A New Shadow
An artificial Ultraman created in secret by Staff Officer Gondo on Mars for Project F, a project to create an Ultra that would replace TPC and obediently serve humans in defending Earth. However, after Terranoid was brought to life with light energy drained from Asuka, the Spheres attacked and took over the artificial Ultra's body, transforming it into the monstrous Zelganoid and beginning Super GUTS' final battle against the mysterious invaders.

Wanzetto (Casa Madara and Arwon)

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From Top to Bottom: Casa Madara, Arwon, and Wanzetto

First Appearance: The Return of Hanejiro
Wanzetto is the ultimate weapon of the unseen Alien Dehado to defeat Ultraman Dyna, but is formed from two separate beings. The first is Casa Madara, a highly advanced android who serves as the Dehado's agent on Earth and searches for Asuka to coax him into becoming Ultraman Dyna. The second being is Arwon, a red-skinned monster that Casa Madara can summon forth form a small device at will.
  • Attack Reflector: Wanzetto modifies Arwon's Energy Absorption, making itself powerful enough to defeat Ultraman Dyna.
  • Barrier Warrior: Wanzetto can create a force field strong enough to block Dyna's Revolium Ray.
  • Big Bad: Of the Direct-to-Video special, The Return of Hanejiro.
  • Breath Weapon: Wanzetto can breathe a foam that encases opponents in stone, which it successfully does to Dyna and forces Super GUTS to team up with the Mijirs to rescue him.
  • Cyborg: Since Wanzetto is essentially a fusion of Casa Madara and Arwon.
  • Energy Absorption: Arwon can absorb beam attacks with its hors, which it uses to increase its own strength.
  • Fusion Dance: Once Arwon absorbs enough energy, Casa Madara is able to merge herself with the monster to transform into Wanzetto by using the same trinket she uses to summon Arwon.
  • Robot Girl: Casa Madara is a Caucasian android sent by the Dehado aliens to control Arwon (and eventually merge with him to become Wanzetto).
  • Time Master: Casa Madara displayed the ability to freeze time, which she uses to speak to Asuka.

Alien Monera/Queen Monera

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First Appearance: Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light
The Big Bads of The Movie Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light. The Monera are a nefarious race of aliens that have decided to destroy all of humanity and Ultraman Dyna for reasons known only to them. To carry out this plan, they mind controlled the TPC scientist Rui Kisaragi to construct the spaceship Prometheus, turning it against its creators when the time was right. However, when their plan starts to fall apart at the climax, they merge themselves into the titanic Queen Monera to destroy Dyna once and for all.
  • Big Bad: Of The Movie.
  • Combat Tentacles: Queen Monera possesses numerous. Asides from the ones on her sides, she can also conjure more from the ground like killer roots. She uses them to drag her victims into her prison-like abdomen.
  • Fusion Dance: The Alien Monera transform themselves into Queen Monera by melting their bodies into slime and merging together with their spaceship.
  • The Man Behind the Man: They sent out Geranda as a decoy to study Ultraman Dyna and test Prometheus (which TPC did not realize was not actually under their control).
  • Mind Control: The Monera use this ability to have Professor Kisaragi built Deathfacer for them in secret and later talk through her body to identify themselves to humanity.
  • One-Winged Angel: Queen Monera, who is not actually the ruler of the Alien Monera, but rather a tentacled, tree-like abomination standing 258 meters (846 feet) in height and formed after the Monera decide to finish the job of destroying Dyna and humankind themselves after Deathfacer is destroyed.
  • Organic Technology: Their spaceship the Monera Seed, which resembles a plant seed mixed with a flying horseshoe crab and is able to sprout tentacles for combat.
  • Plant Aliens: Although not obvious from their appearance, they are confirmed to be plants by their Boss Subtitles "Space Plant Beastman" and that of Queen Monera "Super Huge Plant-Beast".
  • Shock and Awe: Queen Monera's prison-abdomen channels electricity to shock the life out of those it captures. She manages to kill Dyna with this ability.

Deathfacer (Prometheus)

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First Appearance: Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light
A powerful robot used by the Alien Monera as part of their plan to destroy the human race. It was originally Prometheus, an A.I.-controlled spaceship commissioned by Staff Officer Gondo to replace Ultraman Dyna and Super GUTS as Earth's defenders. However, he didn't realize its builder Professor Kisaragi was under control of the Alien Monera, who transformed Prometheus into its true form upon completion.
  • Arm Cannon: Possesses two: a gatling laser cannon on its left hand and a weaker energy beam on its right hand.
  • Barrier Warrior: Able to make a small force field to deflect attacks.
  • Chest Blaster: Its Neo Maxima Cannon is built into its chest.
  • Cool Spaceship: Its original form, Prometheus, is a a giant artificially intelligent spaceship equipped with a Wave Motion Gun capable of annihilating kaiju in a single shot.
  • Enemy Scan: When Asuka is tricked by Professor Kisaragi into stepping into a small container inside Deathfacer's body, allowing the robot to analyze Asuka's brain and collect all information on Dyna's previous battles so that it could know his every attack.
  • Extendable Arms: Its right arm.
  • Humongous Mecha: A giant killer robot originally built for the alleged purpose of replacing Ultraman Dyna as Earth's defender only to turn against its creators due to secret, true programming by aliens.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Deathfacer.
  • Power Pincers: Its right arm is a powerful clamp that acts the same.
  • Torso with a View: Dyna defeats Deathfacer in Strong-Type by punching a hole straight through its Neo Maxima Cannon while the weapon was being charged, causing the robot to malfunction and explode
  • Wake-Up Call Boss: Asuka's the kind of guy who believes he can take on any kaiju no matter how powerful. So when we say that he was terrified of battling Deathfacer again after their first fight, that means a lot.
  • Wave Motion Gun: The Neo Maxima Cannon, which Gondo claims is powerful enough to vaporize Ultraman Dyna in a single shot.

Geranda

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First Appearance: Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman Dyna: Warriors of the Star of Light
A monster sent by the Alien Monera to Earth at the start of the film. It fought Super GUTS and Ultraman Dyna over the Moon, with both sides being evenly matched. However, Geranda was soon destroyed by TPC's newest weapon, the mighty spaceship Prometheus.
  • Breath Weapon: Spits red orbs of fiery energy from its mouth.
  • Giant Flyer: Has two large wings on its back that it opens up like an insect to glide through space.
  • The Juggernaut: Strong enough to survive a direct hit from the Solgent Ray. Not so much against the Neo Maxima Cannon.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears during the first five minutes of the movie, where it is quickly destroyed once Prometheus and its Neo Maxima Cannon arrive on the scene.
  • The Worf Effect: Hit by this thanks to the power of Prometheus' Neo Maxima Cannon, which vaporizes Geranda in mere seconds after the monster manages to last for a significant time against both Dyna and Super GUTS.
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