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Various characters in media featuring Ultraman Zero. These include Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, Ultraman Saga, and the specials Ultraman Zero vs Darklops Zero, Killer the Beatstar, and Ultra Zero Fight.

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    Ultraman Zero 

Ultraman Zero

Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano

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The son of Ultraseven. An exceptionally powerful young Ultra, he was banished from the Land of Light after attempting to steal the planet's power source, the Plasma Spark. After years of training under Ultraman Leo, he eventually returned and proved himself a worthy hero in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends. Afterwards, he would begin trekking the multiverse, pursuing after all sorts of powerful villains, clashing with Belial time and time again. He has since become one of the most imortant Ultras in the Ultra Series, frequently crossing over into other series, most notably Ultraman Geed, where he is one of the main characters. He has no single human host, but always uses the Ultra Zero Eye to transform.


  • Bifurcated Weapon: A variation. His Zero Twin Sluggers can combine into a large blade.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Has a habit of doing so in Ultra Zero Fight.
  • Chest Blaster: His Zero Twin Shoot attack, which fires a large beam from the Twin Sluggers when they are mounted on his chest.
  • Multiform Balance: In the Ultra Zero Fight segment of Ultraman Retsuden, he gains this ability thanks to Dyna and Cosmos.
    • Mighty Glacier: Strong Corona, a combined power of Cosmos' Corona Mode and Dyna's Strong Type. With fiery power from Cosmos Corona Mode and powerful attacks from Dyna Strong Type, it specializes in exerting great force in hand-to-hand combat.
    • Fragile Speedster: Luna Miracle, a combined power of Cosmos' Luna Mode and Dyna's Miracle Type. With a soft heart and energy abilities from Ultraman Cosmos Luna Mode and speed from Ultraman Dyna Miracle Type, it exists for energy attacks, high speed battles and ending conflicts with no bloodshed.
  • My Hero Zero: His name and one of the most powerful of all the Ultra warriors.
  • Not So Different: Tried to steal the Plasma Spark, just like Belial. However, unlike Belial, he realized he was wrong to do so.
  • Playing with Fire: His Garnet Buster in Strong Corona mode is a beam of fire.
  • Super Mode: Ultimate Zero in Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, Shining Ultraman Zero in Ultra Zero Fight, and Ultraman Zero Beyond in Ultraman Geed.

    Ultimate Force Zero 
Ultraman Zero's friends and members of his multiverse-protecting superhero crew. He first encountered them in Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial while travelling through an alternate universe in search of the fallen Ultraman, who had fled to that dimension to make it his own to rule. They tend to reappear alongside Zero from time to time.

As a whole:

  • Badass Crew: Two alien warriors and a transforming robot from an alternate universe, as well as said robot's "younger brother", being led by one of the strongest Ultra warriors in franchise history to travel across the multiverse and battle its most dangerous threats.
  • Guardian of the Multiverse: Correction, guardians.

Mirror Knight

Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa

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A warrior from the Planet of Mirrors (a giant cosmic mirror that contains a whole world in it) long tasked with defending the allied world of Esmeralda. He was captured and enslaved by Belial when the dark Ultra warrior invaded his universe and looted Esmeralda but after Zero and his allies freed him, he has become a steadfast ally of the Ultraman.

Jean-Bot

Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya

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A sentient robot able to transform into a spaceship known as the Jean-Bird. He served as the personal transport of the royal family of the planet Esmeralda, but when Belial devastated the planet, he was taksed with bringing the princess Emerana to safety, which led to him joining forces with Zero to fight Belial and later protect the whole multiverse as he does these days.


Glen Fire

Voiced by: Tomokazu Seki

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A fiery (both literally and figuratively) alien who originally worked with a gang of space pirates that Zero and his allies encountered while traversing the universe in search of a way to defeat Ultraman Belial. He was initially saw Zero as a rival, but after joining forces with him to fight Belial and eventually becoming a member of the Ultimate Force Zero.


Jean-Killer / Jean-Nine

Voiced by: Miyu Irino

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The last introduced member of the Ultimate Force Zero, having debuted in Killer the Beatstar. Jean-Nine was born as Jean-Killer, created by the evil supercomputer Beatstar from the data of Jean-Bot for the purpose of destroying him. After Beatstar was destroyed, Jean-Killer was freed from his programming and rechristened Jean-Nine, younger brother of Jean-Bot and newest member of the Ultramane Zero's team.


  • Arm Cannon: Possess two on both of his arms.
  • Chest Blaster: Can fire Homing Lasers from his chest.
  • Enemy Scan: Jean-Killer performs one for Zero, Mirror Knight, and Glen Fire respectively upon first encountering them.
  • Evil Knockoff: Jean-Bot explains that Jean-Nine was created in his image using some of his own A.I.
  • Expy: Based on a secondary hero in Jumborg Ace called Jumborg 9, with Jean-Killer being named after a monster from the same series called Jum Killer.
  • Eye Beams: Can fire out red lasers from his eyes.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He was originally constructed for the purpose of destroying Jean-Bot by Beatstar, but after learning the power of free will, he joined the Ultimate Force Zero and was given the new name of Jean-Nine.
  • Humongous Mecha: Much like his brother, although he can't transform.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Jean-Killer. Lampshaded by Mirror Knight, who suggested giving him a new name because of this once he joins their team.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Had red eyes as Jean-Killer.
  • Rocket Punch: Just like Jean-Bot.
  • Shock and Awe: Can shoot paralyzing lightning from his hands.
  • You Are Number 6: Princess Emerana rechristened him Jean-Nine because he was the ninth of the group of heroes who defeated Beatstar (the Ultimate Force Zero, Rei, Captain Hyuuga, Gomora, and Litra).

Moroboshi

A Pigmon who serves as the mascot of the Ultimate Force Zero. The team first encountered him in Ultra Zero Fight, where it was one of several monsters resurrected by the Alien Bat Gurashie, but unlike the others, remained a friendly and peaceful creature.
See Ultraman

  • Meaningful Name: Named after Dan Moroboshi, the human form of Zero's father.
  • Mythology Gag: This isn't the first time Pigmon's been resurrected by the villains alonside other monsters, only to still be on the side of good and betray them. Just ask Geronimon.
  • Team Pet: Of the Ultimate Force Zero.

    Allies 

ZAP SPACY

An intergalactic exploration crew who have survived numerous encounters with kaiju thanks to the power of Rei, a crew member with the ability to command kaiju with a battlenizer. Rei controls Gomora and Litra with this device, using his monster companions to help Zero and other Ultras take on their various gigantic foes. Other members of ZAP SPACY are Captain Hyuuga, Haruna, Oki, and Kumano. The team appears in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, Ultraman Zero vs Darklops Zero, and Killer the Beatstar.
See Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

Rei's Gomora


See Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

Rei's Litra


See Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

Run

Played by: Yu Koyanagi

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The first host of Ultraman Zero, encountered by the hero when he first arrived in the alternate universe Belial was rampaging through. He is a law enforcer on the mining planet Anu, which was under attack by Belial's forces. Run was killed in the assault but Zero resurrected him and took him as a host to survive in the unfamiliar new dimension.


  • Human Aliens: While he does look exactly like a human, he actually hails from an alien planet on an alternate universe.

Nao

Played by: Tatsuomi Hamada

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Run's little brother, who enthusiastically joins Zero/Run on his adventures through the new universe alongside Princess Esmerana, and Jean-Bot.


  • Human Aliens: Just like his older brother.
  • Tagalong Kid: Justified by the fact that Zero is currently in the body of his older brother, so he really doesn't have anyone else to go with. He does prove to be quite useful at times, even piloting Jean-Bot against Belial's forces in the climax.

Princess Emerana Lourdes

Played by: Tao Tsuchiya

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The princess of the planet Esmeralda, a beautiful world with vast deposits of emerald-like minerals. Unfortunately, Esmeralda was ravaged by Ultraman Belial and his armies when he came to loot the planet. Emerana escaped with the help of Jean-Bot, soon running into Zero/Run and Nao and joining them in the struggle against Belial. She also appears in Killer the Beatstar, where she and Jean-Bot are captured by the titlular A.I.


  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She helps Zero and Nao quite a bit on their journey in search of the Shield of Barraj, including (temporarily) sacrificing her life to give Jean-Bot additional power. Not to mention, it was she who broke through to Jean-Killer and the mind-controlled Jean-Bot in Killer the Beatstar.

Taiga Nozomu

Played by: DAIGO

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The newest member of Super GUTS, fifteen years after Shin Asuka's Heroic Sacrifice. His ego and recklessness strongly reminds the old Super GUTS members of their lost teammate. However, he soon finds himself in a strange new universe when he is captured by surviving Spheres and brought to Team U's world, where he becomes the reluctant second host of Ultraman Zero.


Team U

Played by: AKB48 members Sayaka Akimoto, Ayaka Umeda, Sae Miazawa, Yuka Masuda, Sumire Sato, Kana Kobayashi, and Haruka Shimada

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Left to right: Hina, Nonko, Sawa, Captain Anna, Misato, Maomi, and Risa

A group of women from a universe where Alien Bat has successfully eradicated all life on Earth (save for them and a group of orphaned children) to feed his Hyper Zetton. They have since formed a motley defense team of sorts to take care of the children and deal with the occasional giant monster. They are made of Anna (their leader), Misato (their deputy captain), Sawa (their strategist and best combatant), Nonko and Maomi (their mechanics), Hina (their communications operator), and Risa (their medic).


  • Action Girl: The entire team, but especially Captain Anna, Misato, and Sawa.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: They were really just a bunch of nobodies who got together in an abandoned defense team building and made it their own, only taking on the mantle after adopting the children.

    Other Ultras 
While almost all of the other Ultramen make appearances in Zero's adventures, some play a bigger role than others.

Ultraseven

Voiced by: Kohji Moritsugu

Zeros' father and one of the most well-known Ultra heroes. He is one of the main Ultras featured in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends and plays minor roles in the rest of the Ultraman Zero sub-franchise, often giving advice for his son and sometimes appearing in his human identity of Dan Moroboshi.
See Ultraseven

Ultraman Leo

Voiced by: Ryu Manatsu

A student of Ultraseven who passed on the teachings of Zero's father to Zero himself after the junior hero was banished from M78 when he almost went down Belial's path. As Zero's mentor, he plays minor roles throughout Zero's adventures, but gets to participate a bit in the combat in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends and Ultraman Zero vs Darklops Zero.
See Ultraman Leo

Ultraman Dyna

Voiced by: Takeshi Tsuruno

An Ultraman from a completely different universe who, like Zero, has become a traveler of the multiverse after originally performing a Heroic Sacrifice to save Earth from a cosmic threat. He plays a secondary role in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends where he helps the M78 Ultras battle Belial, but in Ultraman Saga, he is one of the major heroes alongside Zero and Cosmos. He often appears as his human host Shin Asuka.
See Ultraman Dyna

Ultraman Cosmos

Voiced by: Taiyo Sugiura

Another Ultraman from a universe different from that of the classic Showa timeline. After having defeated a number of powerful threats in his universe, Cosmos now tasks himself with the occasional visit to other dimensions in search of worlds in need of protection. Thus, he is one of the main Ultras to appear in Ultraman Saga, where he is also seen alongside his human host Musashi Haruno.
See Ultraman Cosmos

Ultraman

Voiced by: Susumu Kurobe

The original Ultraman himself. While he mainly plays bit roles in the Zero sub-franchise, he is one of the main Ultras to play a role in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends. He appears as Shin Hayata on several occasions.
See Ultraman

Ultraman Mebius

Voiced by: Shunji Igarashi

A relatively young Ultraman (being only a thousand or so years older than Zero). He is one of the major Ultras to appear in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, where he also assumes his human form Mirai Hibino for a part of the film.
See Ultraman Mebius
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Villains

    Ultraman Belial 

Ultraman Belial

Voiced by: Hiroyuki Misako (Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends and Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, now stock grunts), Yuki Ono (Ultra Zero Fight onwards)

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A fallen Ultra warrior. Like Zero, Belial was originally banished from the Land of Light after attempting to steal the Plasma Spark. In exile, he encountered the powerful entity known as Reiblood, who corrupted him further with his Reionyx powers. With the newfound ability to command monsters through the Giga Battlenizer, he led a huge army of kaiju against the Land of Light, but was ultimately defeated by Ultraman King and imprisoned in what became the planet's moon. However, after being freed by a foolish Alien Zarab, he has begun to rampage through the cosmos once more and is now considered one of the greatest enemies of the Ultra heroes, especially his longtime foe Ultraman Zero and later on his "son" Ultraman Geed.


    Belial's Forces 

The 100 Monster Army

An army of one hundred of the Ultra Series' most (in)famous kaiju and alien enemies of the Ultramen. They form Belial troops in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, created when the dark Ultra warrior uses his Reionyx power and Giga Battlenizer to resurrect the numerous souls of those slain by the Ultras lying in Monster Graveyard. Facing them off are Ultraman, Ultraseven, Ultraman Mebius, and Rei's Gomora and Litra.

Darklops Zero

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A robotic doppelganger of Ultraman Zero who serves as the title antagonist of Ultraman Zero vs Darklops Zero. It was discovered by a group of Alien Salome who realized it was not of this universe and sought to harness its great power. However, it turned out to be much less under their control than they imagined...
  • Cyber Cyclops: Hence the name Darklops ("Dark" and "Cyclops").
  • Evil Knockoff: Of Zero.
  • Humongous Mecha: A robot duplicate of Ultraman Zero from another universe discovered by the Salome who then decided to use it themselves.
  • Robot Me: Of Zero once again.
  • Super Prototype: He may be just Belial's prototype, but he puts up way more of a fight against Zero than his mass produced successors.

Darkgone

Voiced by: Taiyo Kawashita

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A commanding officer of Belial's universe-conquering empire in Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, serving as one of the primary villains of the movie.


  • Casting a Shadow: He can teleport between any locations with sufficient darkness.
  • Chest Blaster: His Gone Laser, which also has homing qualities and can split into multiple shots.
  • Co-Dragons: With Iaron
  • Combat Tentacles: In his battle with Jean-Bot, he demonstrates this with the Gone Whip, a tentacle formed from his right hand that channels electricity and drains energy.
  • Dark Is Evil: It's in his name, people!
  • Expy: Based on a villain from Jumborg Ace called Anti Go-Ne.
  • Extra Eyes: Has four red eyes.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: He can transform both of his hands into swords of shadow.

Iaron

Voiced by: Norio Wakamoto

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A fellow commander for Ultraman Belial's planet-raiding armies of Darklopses and Legionoids in Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial, making him one of the film's main antagonists.


Darklopses

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Robotic soldiers that form a good chunk of Ultraman Belial's armies in Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial. They are doppelgangers of Ultraman Zero, and as their name suggests, they are actually the finalized versions of darklops Zero, who was a prototype built by Belial before the Alien Salome Dr. Herodia and her assistants found it.


Legionoids

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Mechanical soldiers serving as the standard troops of the Belial Galactic Empire, the universe-ravaging dictatorship Belial has established in an alternate dimension during Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial. They are sent out to assault entire planets alongside the Darklopses. Another one also appears in Killer the Beatstar under control of the title A.I., but is swiftly defeated by Rei's Gomora.


The Darkness Five

A gang of evil aliens assembled by Ultraman Belial in the second season of Ultra Zero Fight for the purpose of destroying the Ultimate Force Zero. All of them are members of species known for being among the Ultras' deadliest opponents.

As a whole:

Surai

Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto

An Armored Alien Mefilas whose swordsmanship and mastery over dark sorcery is unmatched.
See Ultraman

Virainias

Voiced by: Holly Kaneko

A brutal Alien Temperor who relies upon a combination of his own formidable strength as well as the fearsome might of his "pet", the chimera kaiju Tyrant.
See Ultraman Taro

Grocken

Voiced by: Koichi Toshima

An alien of the same species as Grozam (established to be known as the Alien Groza from this series onwards). While he may not have his predecessor's regenerative powers, his icy breath is compensation enough.
See Ultraman Mebius

Deathrog

Voiced by: Sei Okazaki

An alien of the same species as Deathrem (established to be known as the Alien Deathre from this series onwards). He carries numerous fire-based abilities he puts to use in incinerating the Ultimate Force Zero.
See Ultraman Mebius

Jathar

Voiced by: Tetsuo Kishi

An Alien Hipporito who, unlike previous members of his kind, is able to assume the form of others to deceive his foes. Of course, he also possesses the standards petrification ability, albeit using a magical sphere of dark energy instead of a capsule.
See Ultraman Ace

    Alien Bat 

Alien Bat

Voiced by: Hideo Higashikokubaru (Ultraman Saga), Shintaro Asanuma (Ultra Zero Fight)

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An updated version of the final alien invader to attack Earth in Return of Ultraman. Alien Bat is Zero's second most frequent adversary after Ultraman Belial, first appearing as the Big Bad of Ultraman Saga. He seeks to destroy all life in the multiverse. In his debut, he abducted nearly the entire human race on an alternate version of Earth to use them to feed his monster Hyper Zetton. He was also ndirectly responsible for the creation of Beatstar.

In Ultra Zero Fight, a second Alien Bat named Gurashie (an apprentice of the first one) appears as the first season's Big Bad. Like his predecessor, he carries out his scheme to destroy Ultraman Zero by resurrecting a number of monsters from the Monster Graveyard.


See Return of Ultraman

  • A God Am I: His justification for his omnicidal tendencies is that he believes he has the divine power to do as he wishes to the multiverse. He refers to Hyper Zetton as proof of his godhood.
  • Art Evolution: Alien Bat has received a massive design upgrade from his original incarnation. Whereas the original being was a chubby, somewhat silly-looking fellow with giant fangs, oversized pincers and an antennae on his head, the new Alien Bat is dressed in a sleek suit of robotic armor and has more blatantly bat-like features designed into his mask.
  • Big Bad: Of Ultraman Saga.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Seeks to destroy the entire multiverse.
  • Straw Nihilist: The reason why he wants to destroy the multiverse is because he believes life is ultimately meaningless because of death. He has created Hyper Zetton for the purpose of hastening the process for everyone.
  • Took a Level in Badass: While the original Alien Bat wasn't a laughing matter, he had nothing on this guy in terms of sheer threat posed to the universe.

Hyper Zetton

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Click here  to see its larval form Gigant Hyper Zetton

An even more powerful version of the final opponent of the original Ultraman. Alien Bat created this creature to eradicate all life in the multiverse, incubating its egg and feeding the growing larva by harvesting the fear of survivors from an alternate Earth he attacked in the events of Ultraman Saga.

Hyper Zetton has been brought back in the shows on several occasions, sometimes with new and updated forms like Hyper Zetton Deathscythe, but it is generally used the same way the producers would use the standard Zetton.


For tropes also applying to the standard Zetton, see the Ultraman Character Sheet

    Other Villains 

Alien Salome Dr. Herodia

Played by: Tomomi Miyashita

One of a race of genius-intelligence, human-like aliens that once attacked Earth with a robot replica of Ultraseven. She was the head of a team studying parallel universes on the planet Chain in hopes of conquering the multiverse with their army of robot Ultramen and two new robots — the Mecha-Gomora and a strange new robot called Darklops Zero. However, their studies threatened the stability of the multiverse, attracting the attention of ZAP SPACY and Ultraman Zero.


  • Big Bad: Of Ultraman Zero and vs Darklops Zero at least until Darklops Zero reveals itself to be more independent than she believed.
  • Meaningful Name: Herodia was the wife of King Herod in the Bible, as her species are named after the pair's daughter.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: Her goal is to seize the multiverse with an army of robot Ultras, taking advantage of a weak point in reality to leap through dimensions.

Mecha-Gomora

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A robot replica of Gomora, specifically the one used by Rei of ZAP SPACY. It the Gomora of a Rei from an alternate universe. When Dr. Herodia's team captured them, they took his Battlenizer and modified it, transforming it into a robot that would serve the Alien Salome in multiversal conquest.

Mecha-Gomora has since been transferred to the TV series beginning with Ultraman X, where he often appears as a Monster of the Week.


  • Brainwashed and Crazy: As a result of Darklops Zero stealing control of it from Dr. Herodia during the climax.
  • Breakout Villain: Has since become a frequently appearing Monster of the Week in the TV shows, thanks to being pretty well received upon his debut.
  • Chest Blaster: His Mega Crusher Ray, which is fired from the pink light on his chest.
  • Cyborg: While showing no organic features on himself. Mecha Gomora was once a normal Gomora, until he was "modified" by the Alien Salome into serving them.
  • Evil Knockoff: The Salome pretty much specialize in constructing these, so inevitably there was going to be one of Rei's Gomora.
  • Expy: Intentionally designed after Mechagodzilla, particularly the original one from Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla. Fans have also noted the resemblance to MechaGreymon, given Greymon was based on Gomora.
  • Grappling-Hook Gun: With his claws attached to them no less.
  • Horn Attack: Like his organic counterpart, Mecha-Gomora can shoot out a Super Oscillatory Wave from his nasal horn and also likes to use it by jamming his horn in foes first.
  • Humongous Mecha: A robotic doppelganger created by the Salome from the Battlenizer data of Gomora from the Rei of an alternate universe.
  • Macross Missile Massacre: Able to fire a slew of missiles from his fingers and back.
  • Robot Me: Of Rei's Gomora.
  • Robotic Reveal: Done in a very noticeable homage to Mechagodzilla.

Robot Ultra Brothers

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Robot replicas of Zoffy, Ultraman, Ultraseven, Ultraman Jack, and Ultraman Ace mass produced by Dr. Herodia and her men for the purpose of conquering the multiverse alongside Mecha-Gomora and Darklops Zero from their base on Planet Chain.


  • Evil Knockoff: While Robot Ultraseven was in the Salome's original appearance in Ultraseven and a Robot Ace appeared briefly in Ultraman Ace, all of the others are totally new.
  • Mecha-Mooks: Of the Salome, who pretty much specialize in this.
  • Robot Me: Of all the Ultra Brothers except Taro.

Beatstar

Voiced by: Unshou Ishizuka

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The Big Bad of Killer the Beatstar. Beatstar is a supercomputer created by survivors of a universe destroyed by Alien Bat to monitor their planet-ship as they fled for new dimensions. However, his creators became hateful and violent towards each other, leading the A.I. to believe it must destroy all organic life to bring peace. Thus it searches for worlds to destroy, eventually bringing it into conflict with the Ultimate Force Zero and ZAP SPACY when it captures Jean-Bot and Princess Emerana.


  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Was made for the purpose of maintaining order within its worldship. Unfortunately for the ship's inhabitants, any wars waged between them are also dealt with. Severely.
  • The Assimilator: Able to gain control over any robots and cyborgs it captures, creating vast armies of King Joes, Imperisers, Legionoids, as well as commanding an Ace Killer and the enslaved Jean-Bot.
  • The Blank: Possesses no facial features despite its humanoid form.
  • Macross Missile Massacre: Its body is covered in hidden missile launchers it fires en masse at Zero.
  • Master Computer: Of the worldship of the same name. Jean-Killer describes Beatstar as not just the A.I., but the whole "planet".
  • Ominous Fog: Produces energy-draining fog to weaken the Ultimate Force Zero against their robot foes while also adding atmosphre against the hero's silent enemies.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Seeks to destroy all organic life in the universe, believing that all such beings are evil.
  • Planet Spaceship: Built for one, a Dyson Sphere large enough to destroy a planet by simply plowing into it. It's hollow inside houses the inhabitants, with an artificial sun and moon giving a semblance of normality.
  • Shock and Awe: can fire a variety of lightning-based abilities from its "face".
  • Super Speed: Displayed this briefly when Jean-Nine attempted to fire at it.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Beatstar ultimately seeks to bring universal peace and order. The problem is it believes organic beings are the inherent cause of war and strife, thus seeks to replace the universe's inhabitants with robots to end such problems.

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    Miscellaneous Monsters 
Of course, the Ultra Series' many Monsters of the Week all get roles in Ultraman Zero's adventures. Those with notable appearances are listed below.

Mega Monster Battle Ultra Galaxy Legends

Alien Zarab

Voiced by: Takeshi Aono

An alien who only appears at the very beginning of the movie (although there are some hints he was the one seen in Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle NEO), where he has somehow gotten his hand on the Giga-Battlenizer (as seen in The Stinger of Ultraman Mebius: Ghost Rebirth). He used it free Belial from his prison after sneaking past the guards, hoping that Belial would form an alliance with him in gratitude. Unfortunately, Belial killed him instead, causing M78's greatest crisis yet.
See Ultraman

  • Early-Bird Cameo: Disregarding the possibility that he was the one from Ultra Galaxy (as suggested by his fondness for collecting Battlenizers), the Zarab in this movie (or at least his hand) is first seen in The Stinger of Ultraman Mebius: Ghost Rebirth.

Zaragas

A monster encountered by ZAP SPACY when they land on the planet Dent. It was battled and quickly defeated by Rei's Gomora. This is also Zaragas' reintroduction into the Ultra Series since originally appearing in 1967 (for context, the movie came out in 2009).
See Ultraman

  • Breath Weapon: Zaragas spits a fireball at ZAP SPACY when it first arrives — an ability not seen in any other appearance.
  • The Bus Came Back: From this point onwards, Zaragas becomes a recurring kaiju for the next few Ultra series after a 40+ year absence from the franchise.

Alien Shaplay

A Reionyx who apparently survived the events of Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle NEO and is now working for Ultraman Belial. He is sent to patrol the frozen Land of Light with three of Belial's monsters (Dorako, Bemstar, and Salamandoras) and prevent Hayata, Dan, Mirai, and Rei from escaping the Land of Light to find Belial. This is also Alien Shaplay's reintroduction into the Ultra Series after his 1968 debut.
See Ultraseven

  • The Bus Came Back: One of many monsters in the film to have not been seen since their original appearances. Curiously though, his monster Giladorus seems to have been forgotten.
  • Super Spit: Shown to be able to spit a glob of corrosive goo that damages Mirai's Mebium Brace.

Black King

Alien Shaplay's personal Battlenizer monster, summoned to destroy the heroes after Dan's Capsule Monsters defeat Dorako, Bemstar, and Salamandoras. It battles Rei's Gomora while Shaplay takes on the Ultras in their human identities. This is also Black King's reintroduction into the Ultra Series, having not appeared since 1971.
See Return of Ultraman

  • The Bus Came Back: After having gone unseen in the Ultra series since Return of Ultraman, Black King returns and goes on to become one of most frequently recurring kaiju in the franchise.

Alien Zetton

An agent of Ultraman Belial sent to attack ZAP SPACY with the robotic dragon Narse in response to Rei joining the fight against the dark Ultra warrior. However, his appearance is also marked by the unexpected return of Shin Asuka.
See Ultraman

Narse

Another monster reintroduced into the Ultra Series after a lengthy absence (unseen since 1967). It was a member of Belial's 100 Monster Army, sent alongside Alien Zetton to attack ZAP SPACY. However, Narse's return also marked the return of another character — Ultraman Dyna.
See Ultraseven

  • The Bus Came Back: However, it seems Narse took the bus again, because this remains the robot dragon's only reappearance to date.

Killer the Beatstar

King Joe

One of four robots wandering the interior of the worldship containing Beatstar, including Ace Killer, Imperiser, and a Legionoid.
See Ultraseven

Ace Killer

The second if four mechanical monsters inhabiting Beatstar's planet-ship, including King Joe, Imperiser, and a Legionoid.
See Ultraman Ace

  • Villain Team-Up: Bands with King Joe and Imperiser to beat down on Rei's Gomora.

Imperiser

The last of four robots that dwelt in the worldship controlled by Beatstar, including Ace Killer, King Joe, and a Legionoid.
See Ultraman Mebius

  • Grievous Harm with a Body: Mirror Knight defeats Imperiser by ripping off its sword arm and stabbing the monster to death with it.
  • Villain Team-Up: Bands with King Joe and Ace Killer to beat down on Rei's Gomora.

Ultraman Saga

Earthtron

A monster that attacks Team U at the beginning of the film when they're out shopping, being one of numerous kaiju resurrected by Alien Bat from the Monster Graveyard. Fortunately, Ultraman Dyna shows up and easily destroys the beast.
See Return of Ultraman

Gomess

One of two monsters used by Alien Bat to attack Team U after the defeat of Earthtron. It faced off against Ultraman Zero and Ultraman Cosmos alongside Gubila.
See Ultra Q

Gubila

The second of two monsters resurrected by Alien Bat to attack Team U, only to be faced with Ultraman Zero and Ultraman Cosmos. This also marks the return of Gubila to the Ultra Series, having not been seen since his debut in the original 1966 series.
See Ultraman

Ultra Zero Fight

Bemular

One of four monsters initially resurrected from the Monster Graveyard by the Alien Bat known as Gurashie to test Ultraman Zero's power.

Bemular also made an appearance (and its grand return after a 43-year absence) at the beginning of Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends where it fought Ultraman Mebius on a desolate planet


See Ultraman

Telesdon

One of four monsters initially resurrected from the Monster Graveyard by the Alien Bat known as Gurashie to test Ultraman Zero's power.
See Ultraman

  • Villain Team-Up: With Gudon, Bemular, and Sadorah, thanks to Gurashie reviving all four of them

Sadorah

One of four monsters initially resurrected from the Monster Graveyard by the Alien Bat known as Gurashie to test Ultraman Zero's power.
See Return of Ultraman

  • Villain Team-Up: With Gudon, Telesdon, and Bemular, thanks to Gurashie reviving all four of them

Gudon

One of four monsters initially resurrected from the Monster Graveyard by the Alien Bat known as Gurashie to test Ultraman Zero's power.
See Return of Ultraman

  • Villain Team-Up: With Bemular, Telesdon, and Sadorah, thanks to Gurashie reviving all four of them

Red King / EX Red King

One of a group of powerful monsters dubbed the "Four Beast Warriors of Hell" by Gurashie, resurrected to destroy Ultraman Zero in the Monster Graveyard. Gurashie also further empower the creature, turning it into EX Red King
See Ultraman

  • Villain Team-Up: With Bemstar, Gan Q, and Galberos when Gurashie revives them as the Four Beast Warriors of Hell.

Bemstar

One of a group of powerful monsters dubbed the "Four Beast Warriors of Hell" by Gurashie, resurrected to destroy Ultraman Zero in the Monster Graveyard.
See Return of Ultraman

  • Combination Attack: Gurashie modifies Bemstar slightly so that any energy attacks it consumes with its Belly Mouth are then fired back out of Gan Q's main eye.
  • Villain Team-Up: With Red King, Gan Q, and Galberos when Gurashie revives them as the Four Beast Warriors of Hell. Additionally, in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends, Ultraman Belial sends it down with Dorako and Salamandoras to patrol the frozen Land of Light, where they team up to battle Dan's Capsule Monsters.

Gan Q

One of a group of powerful monsters dubbed the "Four Beast Warriors of Hell" by Gurashie, resurrected to destroy Ultraman Zero in the Monster Graveyard.
See Ultraman Gaia

  • Combination Attack: Is able to shoot out the energy beams that Bemstar absorbs, thanks to Gurashie's handiwork.
  • Villain Team-Up: With Red King, Bemstar, and Galberos when Gurashie revives them as the Four Beast Warriors of Hell.

Galberos

One of a group of powerful monsters dubbed the "Four Beast Warriors of Hell" by Gurashie, resurrected to destroy Ultraman Zero in the Monster Graveyard.
See Ultraman Nexus

  • Villain Team-Up: With Red King, Gan Q, and Bemstar when Gurashie revives them as the Four Beast Warriors of Hell.

Tyrant

The "Team Pet" of the Darkness Five, being used primarily by the Alien Temperor Virainias to fight the Ultimate Force Zero.
See Ultraman Taro

Armored Darkness

A wicked sentient suit of armor originally used by Alien Empera. Ultraman Belial gained control of it when commanding the Darkness Five, using it to hide his identity from Zero.
See Ultraman Mebius
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