Alien Deathre (デスレ星雲人 Desure Seiunjin) are aliens from the Deathre Nebula that debuted in Ultraman Mebius.
Subtitle: Strategic Alien (策練宇星人 Sakubō Uchūjin)
- Main article: Deathrem
The second member of the Dark Four Heavenly Kings, Deathrem (デスレム Desuremu) held all but one of the Crew GUYS members in the Phoenix Nest as hostage and forced Mebius to surrender himself in exchange of their lives. This operation as well caused the citizens to lose their faith in both Crew GUYS and Ultraman, so much to Mefilas' own delight. However, Ryu managed to relay his message to Mebius for fighting the invader without regarding their own safety, causing his whole plan to be ruined. Trying to dispose the Phoenix Nest, his plan once more stopped by Ultraman Jack as both generations of Ultra Warriors finish him.
Ultraman Mebius Gaiden: Ghost Rebirth
- Main article: Deathrem
Ultra Zero Fight & Ultraman Retsuden
- Main article: Deathlogue
- Height: 55 m
- Weight: 15,000 t
- Origin: Deathre Nebula (デスレ星雲 Desure Seiun)
- Powers and Weapons
- Deathrem Claw (デスレムクロー Desuremu Kurō): A giant claw appendage on his left arm themed after a Japanese paper fan.
- Dimensional Travel: Deathrem can travel through different dimensions at will by making a giant, dark wormhole in the sky. He can also use this to go to any place he wants.
- Deathrem Inferno (デスレムインフェルノ Desuremu Inferuno): Deathrem's wormhole, from which he travels in, can release fireballs at his command. He points in the direction or to the object he wants the strike, and a fireball will be released from the wormhole above. He can summon multiple fireballs depending on how many "attack" gestures he makes. He can also shoot these fireballs from the "eye" on his face and his giant claw.
- Flames: In Ultra Zero Fight and Ultraman Retsuden, Deathlogue was able to emit a deadly stream of fire from his large hand.
- Containment Field: Deathrem can trap ships and other objects in a bubble-like containment field. This field of energy can be rendered invisible to the naked eye and become visible when he desires it to be.
- Teleport: Deathrem can teleport himself or anything he desires, to other locations, as well as different dimensions. He teleports by engulfing his body in a thin, almost purplish/green aura.
Alien Deathre reappears in episode 16 of the series, Ultra Zone.
Alien Deathre appears in a segment "Monster Massage."
Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier
Three Alien Deathres appear in Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier, one named Deslal, one named Deslade, and the other Deflame.
Ultra Zero Fight
|Ultraman Zero Kaiju|
|Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire||Alien Esmeralda Emerana Lourdes | Iaron | Darkgone | Legionoid | Delust | Brigante | Two-Dimensional People | Darklops | Malebrandes | Arch Belial|
|Ultraman Zero Gaiden: Killer the Beatstar||Beatstar | Rei's Gomora | Ace Killer | Inpelaizer | King Joe | Rei's Litra | Alien Bat|
|Ultraman Saga||Hyper Zetton | Alien Bat | Sphere | Gubila | Gomess (S) | Arstron | Legionoid | Chaos Header 0 | Lidorias | Bolgils | Mogrudon | Golmede | Mienin | Eligal|
|Ultra Zero Fight||Bemular | Telesdon | Gudon | Sadola | Gurashie | Red King | Galberos | Gan-Q | Bemstar | Pigmon Moroboshi-kun | Alien Mefilas Sly | Alien Hipporit Jatar | Alien Temperor Villainous | Alien Groza Grocken | Alien Deathre Deathlogue | Silvergon | Fanegon People | Tyrant | Armored Darkness | Kaiser Darkness|
|Ultra Zone Kaiju|
|Sadola | Alien Temperor | Bemstar | Hoe | Eleking | Telesdon | Gudon | Alien Zarab | King Guesra | Gan-Q | Deathrem | Alien Magma | Alien Babarue | Zetton | Red King | Alien Guts | Alien Valky | Alien Pitt | Alien Metron | Dada | Suflan | Birdon | Pigmon | Banpira | Lunaticks | Alien Mefilas | King Joe | Bemular|