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Ultraman®
Race Ultra
Alternate Names Ultra Man, Original Ultraman, Man
Human host Shin Hayata,
Shuhei Aragaki (temporarily)
Transformation Device Beta Capsule
Home world Land of Light (Nebula M78)
Height 40 meters[1]
Weight 35,000 metric tons[1][2]
Forms Ultraman Dark
Relations Zoffy, (superior)
Ultra Brothers
(friends and comrades)
Chigusa Kuno (UltraLive user)
Suit actors Bin Furuya,
Kenya Soma,
Hiroyuki Inomata
Voice actors Masao Nakasone
(grunts and ep. 33)
Hisashi Kondo (ep. 1 & 39)
Koji Ishizaka (ep. 15)
Isao Yatsu (RoUM ep. 51)
Mahito Tsujimura (Ultraman Ace)
Saburo Shinoda
(grunts in Ultraman Taro ep. 34)
Toshio Furukawa (T6UBvTMA)
Kenyu Horiuchi (Ultraman Story)
Hiroya Ishimaru
(Ultraman Story, grunts)
Toshiyuki Morikawa
(Ultraman: Super Fighter Legends)
Hideyuki Tanaka (Ultraman Graffiti)
Tetsu Inada (PS2 video game)
Susumu Kurobe (newer media)
Takahiro Sakurai
(Ultraman Festival 2016)
First appearance The Birth of Ultraman (1966)
Latest appearance Shin Ultraman (2021)
Designs A Type, B Type, C Type
This article is about the character. For the television series, see Ultraman (1966 series). For other uses of the word, see Ultraman (disambiguation)

Ultraman (ウルトラマン,   Urutoraman?) is an Ultra that first appeared in the 1966 television series Ultraman.

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Name

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Development

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Design

Main articles: Ultraman/A Type, Ultraman/B Type, Ultraman/C Type

Personality

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Origins

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History

Ultraman (1966)

Ultraman vs. Bemular in "Ultra Operation No. 1"

In his debut series, Ultraman, a warrior from the Land of Light, was in pursuit of Bemular, a kaiju who had escaped from the Monster Graveyard. While Ultraman's travel sphere pursued the kaiju, who was in its own travel sphere, the Ultra's collided with an aircraft, killing the pilot, Shin Hayata, who was a member of the SSSP. Feeling remorse for killing the human, Ultraman merged his life force with Hayata to revive him. Deciding to defend the Earth, Ultraman gave Hayata the Beta Capsule, a device that allowed Hayata to summon Ultraman to help the SSSP defend Earth from monster attacks and alien invasions. After Bemular's defeat, the SSSP and Ultraman would battle against many more foes, including Alien Baltan, Neronga, Red King, Jirass, Alien Zarab, Gomora, and Alien Mefilas. At the series' finale, the SSSP's base was attacked by the Alien Zetton, who intended to use their monster, Zetton to destroy the SSSP and Ultraman in order to take over Earth.

Ultraman against Zetton in "Farewell, Ultraman"

Once the aliens summoned Zetton, Hayata used the Beta Capsule to transform into Ultraman to fight the invaders. Ultraman tried to fight Zetton but was severely outmatched and was defeated by the monster. With Ultraman unconscious, Dr. Iwamoto then gave the SSSP a weapon powerful enough to destroy Zetton in one shot. After Zetton was killed, Zoffy, Ultraman's superior, arrived on Earth to rescue the defeated Ultra. Bringing Ultraman into Zoffy's Travel Sphere, Zoffy stated that he and Ultraman had to leave Earth in order for him to fully recover. Ultraman asked for Shin Hayata to be spared, as the two were sharing their life forces and leaving would result in killing the human. Zoffy agreed and separated Ultraman from Hayata, restoring his life and leaving him on Earth with the SSSP, but doing so removed Hayata's memory of Ultraman, which would be retconned in later series. Zoffy and Ultraman then left the Land of Light so the heroic Ultra could be treated properly and recover.


Return of Ultraman

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Ultraman Ace

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Ultraman Taro

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Ultraman Leo

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Ultraman Story

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Ultraman Tiga

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Ultraman Mebius

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Ultraman Mebius & Ultraman Brothers

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Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

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Great Decisive Battle! The Super 8 Ultra Brothers

Alternate Ultraman

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Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey

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Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends the Movie

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Ultraman Zero the Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire

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Ultraman Zero Side Story: Killer the Beatstar

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Ultraman Saga

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Ultraman Ginga

Ultraman Dark in Ultraman Ginga

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Ultraman Ginga: Theater Special Ultra Monster Hero Battle Royal

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Ultraman X the Movie: Here He Comes! Our Ultraman

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Ultraman Orb

Ultraman's Fusion Card (on Orb's left) alongside other Ultra Fusion Cards assisting Orb in the final episode of Ultraman Orb

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Ultraman Geed

"Welcome to the Secret Base"

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"The Symbol of Geed"

Ultraman in The Symbol of Geed

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Ultraman Geed the Movie: Connect the Wishes!

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Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes

Ultraman alongside the Ultra Brothers in Ultra Galaxy Fight: New Generation Heroes

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Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy

Ultraman alongside the Ultra Brothers in Ultra Galaxy Fight: The Absolute Conspiracy

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Shin Ultraman

Main article: Ultraman/Shin

Ultraman in Shin Ultraman

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Abilities

Transformation

Ultraman's transformation rise in Ultraman

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Techniques

Spacium Ray

Spacium Ray

The Spacium Ray (スペシウム光線,   Supeshiumu Kōsen?) is Ultraman's signature finishing move. By crossing his arms in the shape of a crucifix, Ultraman can fire a Ray of Pure Spacium Energy, which is fired from the outward-faced side of his right hand. The ray is colored blue, white, or in some cases yellow. This ray usually kills opponents in one strike.

Marine Specium Ray

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Powered Up Specium Ray

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Colorium Ray

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Ultra-Slash

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Ultra-Attack Ray

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Slash Ray

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X-Ray Vision

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Ultra Eye Spot

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Catch Rings

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Rebound Ray

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Ultra Psychokinesis

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Teleportation

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Size Change

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Ultra Sign

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Flash Travel

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Jumping

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Flight

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Physical Abilities

Defense Capability

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Air Body

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Ultra Chop

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Ultra Haze Slash

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Ultra Punch

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Ultra Kick

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Swoop Kick

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Rotation Choking Kick

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Ultra Swing

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Dropped Rock

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Monkey Flip

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Neck Hanging

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Headlock

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Other Abilities

Ultra Barrier

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Ultra V Barrier

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Ultra Air Catch

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Ultra Air Catch (V2)

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Fluoroscope Ray

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Ultra Discernment

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Catch-Rings

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Ultra Water Current

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High Spin

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Ultra-Separation

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Ultra Charge

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Enlargement Ray

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Combined Abilities

W Beam

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Triple Ray

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Grand Spark

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Final Cross Shield

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Energy Exposure

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Energy Charge

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Red Light

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Double Specium Ray

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Cosmo Miracle Slash

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Ultra Specium Shushu Final

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Weaknesses

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Comics

ULTRAMAN

Main article: Ultraman/ULTRAMAN

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The Rise of Ultraman

Main article: Ultraman/Marvel

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The Trials of Ultraman

Main article: Ultraman/Marvel

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Gallery

Main article: Ultraman/Gallery


Trivia

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References

This is a list of references for Ultraman.

  1. 1.0 1.1 https://m-78.jp/ultraheros/ultraman/
  2. Tsuburaya All Monster Encyclopedia. Ultraman; Page 2

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