Alien Icarus (イカルス星人 Ikarusu Seijin) are bat-like aliens from the Fourth Dimension that debuted in the tenth episode of Ultraseven.
Subtitle: Different Dimension Alien (異次元宇宙人 Ijigen Uchūjin)
Alien Icarus was named after the real-life asteroid of the same name (which was passing by Earth at the time of his episode's debut).
The Icarus aliens were an advanced race. They planned to invade Earth using the 4th dimension. A man (Icarus) was the neighbor of a young boy. The young boy knew he was an alien. Nobody believed him until they saw a bird floating in the air that was not moving or falling. Dan Moroboshi aka Ultraseven, came to investigate. When he jumped out a window, Dan was in a dimension with yellow balloons where the neighbor revealed that he was an Icarus. He planned to take over Earth with his giant size and saucer. He then ordered his saucer to attack an oil district. Dan realized he could not use his capsule monsters or transform, though he knew that he had to destroy the alien device. Dan was now in a forest along with the alien man. The alien man became a towering Icarus and Dan became Ultraseven. Now the fight began with Icarus trying to attack but, Ultraseven dodged. Icarus' ship attacked but, Ultraseven hid behind a mountain. Icarus and the saucer had him pinned down until, the UG attacked the ship. Icarus began to shoot his energy rays, but Ultraseven managed to dodge and kick Icarus high into the air. Ultraseven threw the eye slugger at him, greatly injuring Icarus. Ultraseven tossed Icarus over the mountain, via telepathy. Icarus' saucer tried to retreat but was shot down.
- Suit actor: Kunio Suzuki
- While the threat was over, Alien Icarus was one of several suggestions and possibly the only alien for the next GUYS Marquette Monsters in Ultraman Mebius's time, but after a replica of the original Zetton from Ultraman's time went haywire the Marquette Monster suggestions were scrapped.
- However, if the plan was continued, he would have been the first alien to become one of the Marquette Monsters line.
- Alien Icarus's ears would later be a part of the chimera monster Tyrant.
- Alien Icarus was meant to sport the subtitle of Space Prisoner, but this was saved to Alien Quraso.
- An unused episode of Ultra Q was going to be named the same as Alien Icarus' episode.
- For a few frames when Alien Icarus is teleporting towards the camera, the staff members who moved Alien Icarus's ears' hands can be seen.
- Alien Icarus can be seen in Ultraman 80, when the UGM ventured into the Monster Graveyard.
- Alien Icarus is one of the monsters that makes up Belyudra's neck in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie.
- In the English dub by TNT, Icarus is referred to as a Kyalian.
- His episode debut was later featured in episode 11 of New Ultraman Retsuden, "The Suspicious Neighbor! Seven vs Alien Icarus".
- Alien Icarus' suit would finally serve in Redman and Ultra Fight, all while it was poorly deteriorated due to aging. It was also present in the Kaiju Cemetery ceremony back then when Tsuburaya Prod. tried to dispose Kaiju suits.
- In Ultraman Story, Alien Icarus uses Gaira and King Kong's roars.
- An Alien Icarus appears in the background of the 2011 ULTRAMAN manga in the Alien City, along with Alien Quraso and Alien Bell.
Ultraman Ginga Theater Special
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Alien Icarus returns in this movie where he becomes one of the underlings of Dark Lugiel, granted the mission to collect Spark Dolls and becomes Tyrant. He succeeded but in the end, defeated by Ultraman Tiga (Hikaru) and Jean-Nine (Tomoya). He was interrogated afterwards but reverted back to a Spark Doll by Lugiel to ensure his existence was kept secret.
New Ultraman Retsuden
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Ultraman Ginga S
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"No matter how many times you fall, you can always get back up again."
- ―Icary's advise to Isamu.
Long ago, an Alien Icarus named Icary (イカリ Ikari) befriended two other aliens, Nackley and Haruki. Settling their rent home on Earth, the Nebula House (星雲荘 Seiunsho), they disguised and worked in a human society. Icary disguised himself as a human named Ikari (伊刈 ), a convenient store worker. Wanting a new housemate to ease their monthly rent of 15,000 yen, they find Isamu and accepted him.
Learning that Isamu was a former rugby player, they counsel his problems and one day, after the appearance of Halky's Samekujira accidentally attracted the Dark Star Cluster's attention, they challenge the thieves in a rugby match. After three days of training, the Nebula House residents manage to win the match. They thank Isamu for his help and allow him to rejoin his rugby team.
- Actor: Tomokazu Seki
- He was thought to be the Alien Icarus from The World Where The Spark Dolls Fell, until the show reveal his name as Icary.
- This was true for a time as the original script intended them to be Dark Lugiel's Agents that had been transported to X's Earth. This was later changed to Icary's name and differing appearance.
- According to Ultraman X, the Nebula House residents are former invaders that given up their career over a simple life on Earth. Whether this is true or not is still unconfirmed.
In the midst of Sevenger's fight against Reconstructed Pandon, Alien Icarus appeared atop a cliff, flanked by Gandar and Garamon to assist Reconstructed Pandon. As the trio jumped down to join the battle, Alien Icarus was slashed in the back by Jugglus Juggler, who gave a small pep talk to Sevenger, distracting his opponents long enough for Ultraman Z Beta Smash to join the fray and help Sevenger vanquish the four alien beasts.
- Height: 2.5 ~ 40 m
- Weight: 300 kg ~ 18,000 t
- Origin: Fourth Dimension (The 17th Planet)
- Powers and Weapons
- Human Disguise: Alien Icarus is capable of disguising himself as humans in order to blend in with society.
- Size Change: Alien Icarus can change his size from that of a human to giant at will.
- Teleportation: Alien Icarus can teleport short distances.
- Arrow Beam: When needed, Alien Icarus can unleash countless arrow-like rays from all over his body. This attack has the unnatural ability to cause vegetation to rot. In Ultraman Ginga, it is fired from his hands.
- Ultraman Ginga/Ultraman Ginga S
- Dark Dummy Spark Bestow: Granted by Dark Lugiel, Alien Icarus can create a Dark Dummy Spark from anyone (even himself)'s malicious heart. He used it to transform into Tyrant.
- Icarus Pad (イカルスパッド Ikarusu Paddo): Alien Icarus invented this device in his free time while he was forced to work as a janitor for the UPG. It can be used to hack into and surf the Kaiju Database and can bring up a realistic hologram of anyone.
- Height: 2.5 m
- Weight: 300 kg
- Origin: Fourth Dimension (The 17th Planet)
- Powers and Weapons
- Ultra Fight
- Strength: This Alien Icarus was shown to be very strong, beating several monsters with brute force.
- Extraordinary Jumper: Alien Icarus can jump incredible distances with ease, much like Redman.
Alien Icarus appeared several times in the Chibira-kun series as a delivery man and often drove a red car.
Alien Icarus reappeared throughout the series, Ultra Fight. He was known simply as Icarus (イカルス Ikarusu). In this series, Icarus had the grisly nickname of Assassin Icarus as he killed several monsters during his appearances, like killing Eleking with a well placed boulder or throwing Agira into a pond. In one episode he fought both Ultraseven and Telesdon.
- Alien Icarus first appeared in episode 74. where he fought Ultraseven in a long, brutal brawl where they were evenly matched with each other. The fight eventually ended when Seven threw Icarus into a ditch and left him there to lie there.
- In episode 80, Alien Icarus fought Woo on some hills and the two of them were evenly matched in combat for quite a while until Icarus came out on the winner by kicking Woo down so hard, he was knocked out after a few moments.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 87, where he fought Eleking in a valley where fire was burning and the Icarus kept the upper hand while the Kaiju tried to keep up with him. In the end, where Icarus beat him to death and then lifted and threw him after a long, exhausting fight
- In episode 88, Alien Icarus was bopped on the head by Alien Baltan and sent rolling down a hill as a result. Baltan then proceeded to beat up Icarus until the latter broke free and began to fight back. Baltan proved to be helpless against Icarus' assault and lost after Icarus threw a rock at him when he was down, then hit him on the head three times until he bashed it against a hill, resulting in him getting knocked out.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 89, where he was thrown by Telesdon down a small hill and his attacker soon joined them and engaged him in a fight which mostly involved grappling and throwing each other and rolling down the hills. In the end, Icarus beat Telesdon by throwing him by his tail and then brutally beat him to death.
- In episode 90, Alien Icarus went up against Alien Guts who was acting as the pacifist of the fight, repeatedly getting Icarus off of him by pushing him away. It went on for a while even when Icarus threw a rock at Guts which hit his head. Just as he thought he was down, Guts tried to pin down his foe, but Icarus grabbed his leg with legs, throwing him down and kept it up for a while until Icarus threw Guts by his arm and threw him after grabbing him by his arm and throwing at the side of a rocky hill, Icarus threw a couple of rocks at him and roared in victory.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 91, where he went up against Alien Godola in combat and held the upper hand in combat until Godola kicked him to the ground and threw rocks and him until he seemingly passed out. However, Icarus woke up and fought Godola once again, this time overpowering Godola until he knocked him down to the ground then knocked out cold with a kick to the neck.
- In episode 96, Alien Icarus came across Eleking and decided to fought him again. The two of them were evenly matched in combat and thier fight went on for a while. The two of them eventually decided to work together when Ultraseven showed up to stop them. While they outnumbered him, Seven managed to hold his own against his enemies and even tricked them into running into each other and eventually defeated Icarus after tricking him into defeating Eleking for him by striking him in the face with a straight chop to the face, knocking him out.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 102 where he picked a fight with Agira and gained the upper hand later on in the fight. Later on, he fought Ultraseven and after a little while, looked as though the alien was going to kill the Ultra when he was down but Seven threw him with his legs and knocked him out as he landed on his back.
- In episode 103, Alien Icarus squared off against Alien Baltan all by himself. During their fight, the two aliens proved to be evenly matched in combat. When their fight reached their conclusion, Baltan swatted back a big rock that the latter threw at the former, knocking Icarus out in the process.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 104, where he, alongside Telesdon, took on Ultraseven and they appeared to be losing at first, but they pulled together and managed to gain the upper hand over Seven and forced him to retreat. They then spent the rest of the episode fighting each other and were last seen rolling down a hill holding onto each other.
- In episode 105, Alien Icarus fought Alien Guts in a canyon where they were evenly matched in combat with the usual grapples, throws, punches, and kicks. When Ultraseven showed up, he tried to convince the two aliens to stop fighting and make peace, only to end up joining the brawl when he was attacked. The episode ended when Seven watched as Guts claimed victory by pinning Icarus to the ground.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 106, where he took on Ultraseven again after the latter defeated Alien Godola. While he proved to be a much more capable fighter than Godola, after a short fight, the two of them rolled down a hill while holding onto each other and Icarus ended up passing out, leaving Seven the winner.
- In episode 112, Alien Icarus threw Keronia off a hill and decided to fight him as he got to the bottom. The two of them were evenly matched with each other as they kept grabbing and throwing one another. Eventually, Alien Icarus was declared the winner after he held him down and brutally beat up Keronia until he was unconscious
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 114, where he wrestled with Seabozu and ended up losing to him after a long, evenly matched fight.
- In episode 119, Alien Icarus was beating something up and somehow gotten drunk and fought Agira, who appeared later on, and easily overpowered him even with his condition slowing him down. Near the end of the fight, when Icarus was brought down via Agira's intimidation, the latter tried to jump onto the former, but Icarus rolled away before Agira can do so, resulting in the latter getting knocked out instead, leaving Icarus the winner.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 122, where he fought Ultraseven and he was soon joined by Seabozu who decided to help him out in the fight. Even though the two of them outnumbered the Ultra, Seven held his own against them and after he defeated Seabozu, Seven defeated Icarus by forcing him down and then lifting and throwing him on top of the kaiju.
- In episode 125, Alien Icarus brawled with Woo and Seabozu in a ditch. During the fight, Icarus found himself being ganged up and beaten up by the two kaiju, preferably as payback for all of the earlier assassinations and ultimately passed out as he was being punched to death.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 126, where he fought Seabozu and Keronia and they were evenly matched with each other and still kept on going when the episode ended.
- In episode 127, Alien Icarus brawled with Keronia and Woo with no Kaiju having a specific target. They went on for quite a while with everyone being evenly matched with other and spending most of their time grappling each other and throwing them down. After defeating Keronia, Woo turned his attention towards Icarus and defeated him by lifting him, spinning around, and then throwing him to the ground, knocking him out in the process.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 131, where he went up against Ultraseven again and the latter held the upper hand over the former for the majority of the fight. In the end, the two fighters held onto each other and went into a ditch with Ultraseven coming out afterwards, revealing his victory over the alien.
- In episode 135, Alien Icarus fought Woo and the two of them spent most of their fight grappling and throwing each other to the ground. While they were evenly matched in this fight, in the end, as Icarus was about to finish off Woo, the latter unexpectedly turned things around and ended up defeating the former.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 136, where he formally met up with Eleking, and after they held up their hands, Eleking slugged Icarus in the face, resulting in another fight which mostly involved grappling and throwing each other with a few punches thrown. As they were evenly matched for the duration of the fight, it ended when Icarus charged into Eleking to try to tackle him, but the monser countered and made the alien fall on his back instead, leaving Eleking the winner.
- In episode 137, Alien Icarus played soccer with a small boulder alongside Seabozu, which started out fun, but ended up getting violent with each other after Icarus kicked the boulder and it hit Seabozu on the head. While Seabozu held his own against Icarus, the former ended up losing to the latter when he knocked him down and then beat him to death. Soon after, Icarus collapsed out of exhaustion.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 141, where he fought Woo and the two were evenly matched for quite a while. When Ultraseven showed up, the two agreed to team up to fight the Ultra. In the end, after he finished off Woo, Seven knocked out Icarus with a punch to the face.
- In episode 142, Alien Icarus teamed up with Eleking after they ran into Ultraseven on their walk together. Although the two of them outnumbered the Ultra, Seven held his own with his combat prowess and in the end, he knocked out Icarus with a hard kick to the head before he took out Eleking afterwards.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 143, where he met up with Seabozu on the mountains and planned on being friendly with each other, but when Seabozu suddenly socked him on the head, Icarus got back up and grabbed the monster by his legs, and started to beat him up until the monster got back up and barely held his own against the alien. When Ultraseven shows up and tricked them into crashing into each other, the two monsters decided to work together to fight the Ultra and they were doing a pretty good job at the task at hand. They even saved each other when one of them saved the other from getting pummeled by Seven. However, Seabozu suddenly threw Icarus to the ground again, which resulted in the two of them fighting each other once more. Ultraseven then decided that the fight was pointless, so he left and let the two of them duke it out, with Icarus once again winning.
- In episode 147, Alien Icarus huddled with Woo, Eleking, and Ultraseven and when they broke up the group, they began to fight each other. Icarus spent his time fighting Woo and Eleking and all three Kaiju were still fighting each other on even terms as the episode was ending.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 149, where he fought Ultraseven again alongside Seabozu and Eleking. and even though they outnumbered him yet again, Seven still held his own and held the upper hand against them. Soon afterwards, Eleking picked a fight with Seabozu and then with Icarus when Seven through him at them. Seven then decided to finish the fight and knocked them out one at a time with Icarus being the last one out via a chop to the head.
- In episode 150, Alien Icarus fought Seabozu for a while on even terms but then decided to work together when Woo butted in on their brawl, in which the latter proved to be a formidable opponent. Later on, Ultraseven appeared while Icarus was dealing with Woo and soon went back to fighting Seabozu again alongside Woo and Seven. As the brawl concluded, Icarus was knocked out by a kick to the head.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 153, where he took a walk in a field near a snowy mountain where he came across Woo and decided to fight each other wrestler style after squaring off. The two of them went at it for quite a while and even though Woo managed to put up a good fight, in the end, Icarus overpowered Woo and defeated him by knocking him down and beating him to unconsciousness.
- In episode 156, Alien Icarus confronted Keylla and fought him on equal terms with each other and their fight went on for quite a while and in the end, when it looked liked Icarus was gonna win, Keylla threw him to the ground so hard, Icarus got knocked out cold, giving Keylla the win.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 157, where he came across Alien Goron as he was digging in the snow. When he asked him what he was digging for, Goron responded by throwing some snow into his face, resulting in Icarus fighting with Goron evenly with punches, throws, and grapples. After a while, Icarus snuck behind Goron and knocked him down, only for Goron to trip Icarus then get back up and pull up his legs until he conceded and Goron roared in victory.
- In episode 159, Alien Icarus teamed up with Alien Goron to take down Ultraseven and began their plan by throwing snowballs at him as he walking around and once he was down, the two aliens ganged up on him and after a long fight, despite the fact that he was outnumbered, Seven managed to defeat both aliens and knock them out, leaving them lying in the snow.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 160, where he walked behind Keylla with a stick in his hand and the two fought each other after Icarus whacked Keylla on the head with his stick. Their fight involved the usual punching, grappling, and throwing and the evenly matched fight went on until Ultraseven showed up. From then on, the two of them decided to work together to fight the Ultra, but even though they held the advantage in numbers, Seven held his own against them. Icarus lost by being punched hard in the face, resulting in him stumbling and then getting knocked out.
- In episode 162, Alien Icarus fought Keylla again all while being referenced by Woo. After a while, Icarus got a little punch happy and accidentally hit Woo, leading him to get involved in the fight, turning it into a brawl. Following a long, evenly matched fight, Woo got the two under control by knocking Icarus out first with Keylla following suit.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 163, where he was called out by Alien Goron alongside Woo and duked it out with the latter after the former broke up the first scuttle. While they fought each other, Alien Icarus and Woo proved to be pretty capable fighters as they were evenly matched in combat as they kept punching and throwing each other. In the end, however, Alien Icarus ended up getting knocked out by Goron via a punch to the face, with Woo following suit.
- In episode 164, Alien Icarus was running around in the snow until he noticed Keylla and Alien Goron fighting each other. The alien enjoyed watching them fight until he decided to break the fight and eventually turned the fight into a brawl as he joined in. After the fighters were evenly matched for a while, Icarus defeated Keylla and then Goron soon afterwards.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 165, where he assaulted Ultraseven, when he began to fight Alien Goron, from behind him and the two aliens took turns grabbing and assaulting the Ultra, weakening him as a result. The two aliens then bickered and fought each other on even terms for a while until Seven regained his strength and took out Icarus with a chop to the head then defeated Goron.
- In episode 169, Alien Icarus, alongside Woo and Keylla, played a game with Ultraseven and then, what as a simple game turned into an all-out brawl with the majority of it being the three monsters against the Ultra. After a long fight, Icarus, alongside Keylla, was knocked out by Seven after Keylla knocked out Woo.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 172, where he managed to capture Ultraseven using a rope trap as it ensnared his foot and restricted his movement. As they went on to fight each other, for the first time in a while, Icarus managed to gain the upper hand over the Ultra in combat, even though he had to play dirty to do so. Despite this, Seven refused to give up and literally had Icarus all tied up as Seven used his rope trap against him by rolling him up in his own rope then knocking him out via a punch to the chest.
- In episode 174, Alien Icarus was digging in the ground for something and Keylla showed up. It is revealed that what he was digging for was a sword. He unsheathed it and then briefly used it to fight the monster before the latter knocked it away, resulting in a fisticuff fight with Keylla actually managing to hold his own against the alien, who was super strong. Suddenly, Ultraseven showed up and convinced the monsters to stop fighting each other. All three of them decided to dig together and managed to find a cattle skull, which made them faint.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in 176, where hewas honing his fighting skills while walking on the beach until he tripped over Woo while the latter was sleeping. Afterwards, the two proceeded to fight each other again with both sides evenly matched throughout the fight until Icarus emerged victorious when he punched Woo in the stomach twice then killed him by impaling him with his sword.
- In episode 180, Alien Icarus was approached by Eleking while he was walking and the former gave the latter a bouquet of flowers but Icarus threw them to the ground and stepped on them. Enraged, Eleking fought Icarus and although he put up a good fight, he was no match for Icarus, who ended up beating him in the end. Afterwards, Eleking gave Icarus a big fish and the two of them made up.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 181, Alien Icarus tried to enjoy some fun in the sun with Woo at the beach, but he kept on socking him and the two of them ended up fighting each other. After a long, evenly matched fight, Woo ended up knocking out Icarus by slashing at him with a sword.
- In episode 182, Alien Icarus attacked Keylla again on a beach with wheat fields and the two proceeded to fight each other again. The two of them spent their fight with their usual grapples, throws, punches, and kicks but in the end, the two of them decided to settle it with a duel. Using sticks as swords, the two charged at each other and in the final blow, Keylla was victorious as Icarus fell down soon after the slash, spilling blood.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 186, where he shot Eleking with his gun and killed him. Afterwards, he chased down Ultraseven and tried to kill him to, but the latter was too quick and agile for the former. When he did get a shot at him, Icarus tried to finish off Seven, but the latter kicked the former and he fell down. Afterwards, he took Icarus' gun, broke it in half, and left him lying on the ground.
- In episode 187, Alien Icarus appeared with Woo after they waited for Ultraseven in a dark, beach cave off screen and fought the Ultra together. Once again, while the two of them outnumbered the Ultra and proved to be worthy opponents , the latter held his own against the former and were evenly matched in combat until Seven beat them both and came out of the cave victoriously.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 189, where he and Eleking watched the waves together and then fought each other fiercely after a wave soaked Eleking. After an evenly matched fight, the two of them ran fast afterwards and then Eleking got tripped up Ultraseven, who was buried in the sand at the time, and was unconscious for quite a time, leaving Icarus to fight a losing battle with the Ultra and then Eleking got back up when Seven tossed Icarus, with the latter landing on the Kaiju as a result. Seven then held his own against both Kaiju and when Seven was about to beat Icarus to death, Eleking held Seven by the arms, preventing the latter from doing anymore damage.
- In episode 190, where he and Woo snuck up on Ultraseven while he was asleep and attacked him, waking him up as a result. Seven then decided to deal with the two himself, and once again, while outnumbered, Seven kept up his guard and held his own against the two throughout the entire fight. As it ended, Seven defeated Icarus by pushing him to the ground and pinning him until he was unconscious.
- Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 194, where hecame across Keylla and Eleking playing with an ax and a gun respectively and tried to stop the duo from hurting each other. The two monsters then decided to team up to defeat the alien. Even though Icarus had the upper hand with his brute strength, both monsters didn't give up and eventually, after Icarus downed Eleking, he was killed by a single swipe from Keylla's ax. However, both monsters would then kill themselves afterwards.
- In episode 195, his final appearance on the show, Alien Icarus teamed up with Eleking, Woo, Alien Baltan, and Keylla, for one last chance to take down Ultraseven with all combatants using wooden staffs as weapons. Despite the fact that the monsters outnumbered him five to one, the Ultra had the upper hand in the fight in terms of combat. After Seven took out the remaining four monsters, Seven turned his attention towards Icarus and after countering one last attack, Seven killed Icarus by slashing him across the chest.
Alien Icarus reappeared in episodes 7, 9, 65, 71, 75, 114, 118, 119, 121, 124, and 125 of the series, Redman.
In episode 7, he fought Redman in a bamboo forest until Redman killed him using the Red Knife.
In episode 9, He appears beside a lake and is soon met by Redman who quickly charged at him with the Red Knife. However, Alien Icarus managed to knock the Red Knife out of Redman's hand and uses it against him. Redman then created another Red Knife and charged at each other, both dropped their swords after a short while. Alien Icarus picked up one of the knives and tried to stab Redman, but was killed by Redman's Red kick.
Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 65 where he ran away from Redman at first at a beach and went to hide in a cave, but he surprised him by reappearing behind him underground then he pushed him down and then strangled him but the hero managed to get the alien off his back. A long fight then insured between the two and even though the alien had Redman on edge by throwing him around a lot, the hero never gave up and Icarus was eventually killed by being stabbing in the chest by the Red Arrow and then thrown back into the ground.
In episode 71, Alien Icarus ran from Redman on a beach but the hero caught up with them and started to fight. The two aliens fought each other to a standstill while rolling on down the sandy hill. When Icarus gained the advantage, Redman summoned his Red Knife to attack but Icarus dodged his attacks and caught the weapon from him to use against him. After being chased around by him, Redman got serious again and decided to end this madness by reclaiming his weapon back and killed the alien by pounding his head into the ground and then stabbing him in the neck with his sword multiple times.
Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 75 where he teamed up with Jirahs right from the start to battle Redman. They started out the fight by teleporting from the sand to the top of a cave, where they jumped off and onto the alien hero and gained the advantage against him from the start, but the hero never gave up and he held his own against both the monster and the alien, keeping the fight evenly matched. Alien Icarus was eventually killed when he was stabbed in the torso and back by Redman's Red Knife and Jirahs followed soon afterwards.
In episode 114, Alien Icarus ran towards Redman in a field, dodged the hero's Red Knife, then jumped up and landed behind him. After that, the two aliens duked it out with each other and were evenly matched with their throws, grapples, and kicks for a while until Redman finally defeated Icarus with a Red Kick.
Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 118, where he teamed up with Sadola, Gudon, and Zagoras to battle Redman in a grassy field. While Gudon was having no difficulty taking on Redman, Icarus offered to help the monster out, giving the alien hero a hard time and was only made worse when Sadola and Zagoras followed soon afterwards, the fight was made very unfair for Redman. Even though all four monsters had the upper hand against the hero due to them overpowering him with their teamwork and strength, the former didn't give up and eventually, he killed all four monsters by throwing his Red Knife at them, killing them all in the process.
In episode 119, Alien Icarus teamed up with Sadora, Gudon, Zagoras, and Shugaron to battle Redman. All five of them avoided getting killed by the alien hero's Red Knife twice by crossing their arms simultaneously. Redman tried to take on the monsters one at a time with his usual moveset of throws, grapples, punches and chops, but he was overpowered by their sheer ferocity and well-rounded teamwork. However, Redman didn't give up and kept up his assault until eventually, he defeated all five of them by throwing his Red Knife in the center of the circle of monsters, resulting in them getting knocked down and out by the explosion.
Alien Icarus reappeared in episode 121 where he teamed up with Alien Bat to battle Redman at the cliffs. When the former had the upper hand against the latter, Icarus showed up to help him. While he did try to hold his own against them, Redman was no match for the two aliens as they countered anything he threw at them. After he summoned his Red Knife and prevented Icarus from using it on him, the alien hero finally fought back and he defeated Bat, Redman defeated Icarus with his Red Kick.
In episode 124, Alien Icarus teamed up with Beacon to battle Redman. The alien started the fight with the alien hero by throwing and kicking him while the two of them went down the hill together. As the two of them started to become evenly matched in combat, Beacon joined them and the alien threw him toward the monster while the latter just finished his descent. Both monsters gave Redman a hard time in battle but the alien hero managed to hold his own in the fight, leading to both sides being evenly matched with each other. After he defeated Beacon, Redman defeated Alien Icarus by kicking him in the shoulder, knocking him out in the process.
Alien Icarus made his final appearance on the show in episode 125, where he ganged up with Sadora and Draculas to battle Redman. All three of them managed to give the alien hero a hard time in battle due to their overwhelming teamwork and brute force. Even though he fell down every time he had a chance to turn the tide, Redman didn't give up and after a long struggle, he killed Alien Icarus by stabbing him in the chest with his Red Arrow and Sadola and Draculas soon followed.
- The Alien Icarus suit from Ultra Fight was reused for Alien Icarus's appearance in this series.
Alien Icarus appears in the Japanese variety show, Takeshi's Castle. He participates in the game "Dragon Lake", In which he fails to. In the US Variation called "MXC" he appears but does not appear in the games. Like any monster in the show, they have names, but one of the narrators briefly said "Blue-Flamor". At the beginning as the contestants, including Icarus himself, went over the "Great Wall", since he was quite close to the camera view angle.
Ultraman: Another Genesis
Alien Icarus appears in the novel series Another Genesis as A Monster from Another Dimension (異次元の怪物 Ijigen no Kaibutsu), an alien life form whose origin is self-explanatory.
He appears and attacks the protagonist Blast for unknown reasons, most likely being after the shard of the Kingdom of Light in his chest. Ultraseven intervened in the battle but the alien was ultimately destroyed by Blast's Voltic Impact.
Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier
Two Alien Icarus' appear in Mega Monster Rush Ultra Frontier.
Alien Icarus has been released various times in the Ultra Monster Series. He has very different versions of coloring which 3 have blue with red 3 with green and red and one plain white. All have 3 points of articulation and look rather bulky and are 6in tall. In 2013 he is released as part of the Ultra 500 series and is 5in tall. He has more of an accurate look the others but, does lack ridges. He is # 28 in the series and has 2 points of articulation. Mattel and Bandai released an Alien Icarus figure under the Godzilla's Gang line in 1978. The figure was called "Ikarusu Planeter".
Ultraman: Another Genesis
Super Hero Generation
|Chibira | Pochi Pochi | Goruba | Papagon | Mamagon | Gakinko | Oxley | Pip | Alien Perolynga | Gebagoro | Donar | Hare Hare | Pukaro | Miclas | Alien Icarus | Woo | Alien Baltan | Alien Zarab | Kanegon | Alien Mechara | Peguila | Agira | Dorako | Booska | Eleking | Gokidon | King Maimai | Chamegon|
|Ultra Fight Kaiju|
|Agira | Alien Baltan | Alien Godola | Alien Goron | Alien Guts | Alien Icarus | Eleking | Gomora | Keronia | Keylla | Seabozu | Telesdon | Woo|
|Redman||Darkron | Black King | Arstron | Garamon | Alien Icarus | Dorako | Peguila | Jirahs | Alien Baltan | Alien Goron | Gomora | Woo | Kanegon | Alien Mefilas | Sadola | Dangar | Ghostron | Gokinezula | Eleking | Telesdon | Nokogilin | King Maimai | Sartan | Bemstar | Beacon | Gronken | Zaurs | Kingstron | Stegon | Alien Mysteler | Zagoras | Kodaigon | Granadas | Plooma | Sasahiller | Alien Centaurus | Gudon | Red Killer | Draculas | Shugaron | Alien Bat | Zetton II|
|Unused Redman Kaiju||Big Liger | Graygas | Sufinga|
|Ultraman: Another Genesis Kaiju|
|Antlar | A Monster from Another Dimension | Jean-Bot | Iron Rocks | King Joe | Old Man | Mirror Master|