Alien Perolynga
Home world: 68th Star of the Pegassa Nebula
First Appearance: Ultraseven episode 45 "The Boy Who Cried Flying Saucer"
Latest Appearance: Ultraman Taiga episode 6 "The Flying Saucer is Not Coming"
Height: 1.8 m
Weight: 80 kg
Category: Seijin
Affiliation: N/A
Roar(s): TBA

Alien Perolynga (ペロリンガ星人 Peroringa Seijin)[1] was an alien that appeared in episode 45 of Ultraseven.

Subtitle: Psyche Alien (サイケ宇宙人 Saike Uchūjin)[1]


  • Height: 1.8 m 
  • Weight: 80 kg 
  • Origin: Planet Perolynga, the 68th Star of the Pegassa Nebula



An alien from a distant star, Perolynga came to Earth disguised as a little boy. Far out in space a fleet of flying saucers, each resembling a star, stood awaiting orders for an attack on Planet Earth. One day, an amateur astronomer, Saburu, noticed the 'flying saucers'. He called the Ultra Garrison but, nobody believed him, except for the little boy he would talk to. The two became friends, enjoying discussion about traveling to the stars. The next day, Saburu spotted the flying saucers again. The young man kept calling the Ultra Garrison H.Q reporting about flying saucers. However, the space observatories saw only the ships' stars like disguise.

Yet again, no one believed him but the young boy. The boy told Saburu that there were going to be more ships appearing. He invited Saburu to his house where he revealed to him that he was an alien. The alien allowed him to call the Ultra Garrison knowing full well they would not believe him and proven correct in his assumption. He stated that on his time on Earth, he had heard of the story, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf." Saburu, like the boy in the story kept on calling about the flying saucers to the point where nobody believed him until it would too late. Alien Perolynga then asked Saburu to come with him to the stars, but Saburu refused. Later on the Ultra Garrison heard the alien from their machines and they saw a picture showing that the flying saucers were not stars. The Ultra Garrison went on the offensive. As they approached the fleet, there were countless flying saucers. The saucers fired their missiles but, they were no match for the Ultra Garrison ships and their piloting skills. Dan's ship was shot down however and at the last second he became Ultraseven and confronted a giant Perolynga. As the two titans clashed at superluminal speeds the Ultra Garrison eliminated the remaining ships, until Perolynga was finally defeated and exploded, thus ending Alien Perolynga's attempted invasion of Planet Earth.


  • Suit actor: Kunio Suzuki
  • The Alien Perolynga suit was originally a aquatic humanoid with the subtitle: "Aquatic Human Piniya".
White Perolynga

Alien Perolynga in Chibira-kun

  • A white Alien Perolynga appeared in Chibira-kun.
  • At the end of the TNT Dubbed Version of the episode, the Narrator says, "The area where Saburu lives could never be called beautiful. Perhaps someday, his friend from the planet Pelonga will return to Earth. Perhaps again, he will offer to take Saburu out of his sorted surroundings, off to explore the mysterious reaches of outerspace. But in the meantime, Saburu waits with his heart among the stars." This implies that Alien Perolynga survived his fight with Ultraseven and may one day reappear, which he does in Ultraman Taiga .
    • In Taiga, his survival is seemingly confirmed as the individual who appears in the series is supposedly the same individual from Ultraseven, even meeting with the same boy, Saburu from the original episode.
  • The formation of Alien Perolynga's Flying Saucers would later go on to inspire the 15th Angel of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Arael.
  • Alien Perolynga is similar to Alien Pegassa.
    • Both developing close bonds with a human character (Saburu for Perolynga, Anne for Pegassa) before eventually revealing their real purpose for being on Earth (Perolynga sought invasion, Pegassa to destroy Earth).
    • They try to save said people from their own plans before the former rejects their offer, resulting in Ultraseven having to ultimately fight them and end up surviving the battle.
    • Both return later with the aftershocks of said conflicts coming back with their reappearance (Pegassa in Heisei Ultraseven and Perolynga in Taiga).
    • Both include black and orange in seemingly opposite ways, Pegassa being mostly black with a bit orange and vice versa for Perolynga.
    • Lastly, the two seemingly come from the same location, Perolynga coming from the Pegassa Nebula where the similarly named alien likely also comes form as well.

Ultraman Taiga


Perolynga's disguise, The Man Who Wants to Return to the Stars

Alien Perolynga reappeared for the first time in 51 years, in episode 6 of Ultraman Taiga. He appears in a human disguise, simply known as "The Man Who Wants to Return to the Stars" (星に帰りたい男 Hoshi ni Kaeritai Otoko)[1]

He revealed to EGIS that he had once tried to go to the "world of stars" with his friend from Earth. Eventually, his friend couldn't take off, causing him to be left behind.

He waited for about 50 years to be picked up by his comrades and was pleased when Alien Gapiya Abel visited, asking him to take him back into space. He was almost killed by Abel due to him being a witness of his arrival, but was rescued by Kana Sasaki.


After interacting with Kana, he began to change his feelings about returning to the stars and eventually, after Abel was defeated, told his Perolynga comrade who arrived to rescue him that he will "try to live a little more on this planet" before watching the saucer fly off. He had promised to have Soba with Kana but is never shown doing so. The Flying Saucer is Not Coming


  • The disguised Perolynga is implied to be the same one, or at least a tribute to, the Perolynga that appeared in Ultraseven disguised as a child, and is even played by one of the child actors in the episode, who saw the spaceships coming. This is a similar situation to the Alien Metron that appeared in Ultraman Max.
    • The man's friend on Earth may be a reference to the character Saburu from Ultraseven.
  • While not confirmed, the suit used for Alien Perolynga in Taiga was likely the one used to depict individuals of the species for stage shows prior to its appearance in the series.

Powers and ​Weapons

  • Human Disguise: Alien Perolynga can disguise himself as a human.
  • Telescope: Alien Perolynga uses a telescope to view his own saucer fleet.
  • Electronic Control: Alien Perolynga can project images on a television using his mind.
  • Saucer Fleet: Alien Perolynga has a fleet of saucers that can multiply.
  • Size Change: Alien Perolynga can grow from the size of a human to around that of Ultraseven's.
  • Flight: Alien Perolynga can fly just as fast as Ultraseven.



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