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Telesdon (テレスドン Teresudon) is a prehistoric, worm-like monster that was controlled by the Underground People to attack the surface. It debuted in episode 22 of Ultraman.


  • Telesdon: Subterranean Monster (地底怪獣 Chitei Kaijū)
  • Erimaki-Telesdon: Enhanced Subterranean Monster (強化地底怪獣 Kyōka Chitei Kaijū)



Telesdon's name originates from the French word for "Underground".


Telesdon is modeled after an earthworm.




Telesdon in Ultraman

A weapon of the Underground People, Telesdon was unleashed to terrorize a city on the surface world, as well as distract the Science Patrol from the Underground People's real plan. The Underground People had captured and attempted to hypnotize Shin Hayata into using Ultraman as their own weapon. However, they underestimated Ultraman's power, as Ultraman's light and energy blinded and killed the Underground People and Ultraman quickly escaped to the surface to fight Telesdon. While Telesdon tried his best, he was of little match for the hero and was beaten to death and finished by Ultraman's Dropped Rock. Overthrow the Surface


Re-Telesdon in Ultraman

Telesdon was revived as Re-Telesdon (再生テレスドン Saisei Teresudon). He, along with Dorako and Pigmon were revived by Geronimon as a warning to humanity of Geronimon's plan for conquest. However, both Re-Telesdon and Re-Dorako were killed by the Science Patrol before Geronimon could appear himself, while Re-Pigmon was killed by Re-Dorako for distracting him. The Little Hero


  • Suit actor: Kunio Suzuki
    • Re-Telesdon is portrayed by Yukihiro Seino.
  • Telesdon's roar is a reused Gango roar with Barugon's growl added in.


  • Telesdon made a cameo in the episode, The Monster Graveyard, where he is seen floating in the Monster Graveyard.
  • Originally, Gomora and Red King were to be revived by Geronimon, but due to their suits being in overused condition, they were replaced by Telesdon and Dorako. Gomora was replaced by Telesdon.
    • In his revived appearance, Telesdon had one blue eye and one black eye.
  • Although not appearing as himself in the series, the Telesdon suit was loosely modified to create the monster Detton, in the series Return of Ultraman.

Telesdon's "cameo" in Terror of Mechagodzilla

Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero

Telesdon, as seen in Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero

Telesdon appeared in episode 4 of the series Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero as Powered Telesdon (パワードテレスドン Pawādo Teresudon).

Much like his original appearance, Telesdon was a natural monster that was put under the control of The Sun People to do their bidding. Once Telesdon's movements were headed towards Los Angeles, WINR quickly went to the scene, but as soon as the sun rose, Telesdon fled underground to avoid being blinded by the sun's light. Soon, a game of "cat and mouse" is set up to lure Telesdon to the surface to be blinded by natural lights, but the trick doesn't work as Telesdon was not weak against other forms of light. After a scuffle with the Underground People, Kenichi Kai turned into Ultraman Powered and went to the surface to fight Telesdon. As Powered and Telesdon were fighting, WINR attempted to blind the creature with magnesium flares. After the flares were fired in Telesdon's face, Powered used the Mega Spacium Beam to destroy him. The Dark Past

Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

Telesdon, as seen in Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle

Shortly after landing on the Planet Boris, the ZAP SPACY surveyed the area, searching for any sign of life. Not long after, Telesdon emerged from the ground. Also appearing was a stray Sadola and shortly after the two monsters battled to a standstill. Their fight however, attracted the attention of a Red King, who interfered in the battle and easily beat down both Telesdon and Sadola, managing to choke Sadola to death. When Red King was distracted by the ZAP SPACY's appearance, Telesdon recovered and blindsided Red King, continuing their battle, but the ZAP SPACY chose not to watch this time in fear of another monster attacking them. The Lawless Monster Planet

During Golza's attack on the ZAP SPACY, Telesdon returned having survived the fight with Red King, and the monster closed in on the ZAP SPACY dangerously. Luckily, Rei arrived on the scene and sent Gomora and Litra to deal with both monsters. As Litra distracted Golza, Gomora battled with Telesdon in a beam battle with Telesdon's flames and Gomora's Super Oscillatory Wave. Ultimately, Telesdon was overpowered and killed by Gomora's ray. The Fifth Crewman

Later on, Telesdon as well as Red King and Neronga are all revived by the bizzare monster, Bullton, to do battle against Rei and the ZAP SPACY. Telesdon teams up with Neronga to double team Gomora, but despite the odds, Gomora outsmarts Telesdon into killing Neronga with his own flames, as well as weakening Bullton's dimensional powers before killing Telesdon again with the Super Oscillatory Wave by sticking it into Telesdon's body and destroying Telesdon's insides in Gomora's usual manner. The Stone Which Calls Monsters


  • Telesdon and Sadola's battle in the beginning was to pay homage to their "battle" in Return of Ultraman, with Telesdon replacing Detton.
  • During the opening credits to the series, Telesdon is seen battling Neronga, even though both monsters worked together when they were revived by Bullton.
  • Telesdon as well as Sadola and Red King were referenced by the Spark Dolls Troupe in New Ultraman Retsuden episode 16 to demonstrate the "rampaging hordes of monsters" living on Planet Boris. He also makes another appearance in this episode alongside Golza fighting Gomora and Litra.
  • In this series, Telesdon is shown able to resist sunlight, which the original one isn't capable of. It is possible that this Telesdon was adapted through time to resist it.
  • Telesdon's roar is later used for the Apatosaurus/Brontosaurus in the second season of the anime "Dinosaur King", though it is not present in the English dub.

Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey

Telesdon battling Re-Dorako

Telesdon reappeared in episode 10 of the series Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey.

In this series, Telesdon belonged to an Alien Zetton and was sent to battle Alien Hook's Re-Dorako. The two Kaiju battled back and forth, neither gaining the upper hand on each other but right as Dorako was gaining the upper hand, a blast of energy from a King Joe Black obliterated both him and Telesdon. The New Horizon of War


  • The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle was reused for Telesdon's appearance in the series.
  • Telesdon and Re-Dorako's battle in their episode appearance was to pay homage to their second appearance in the Ultraman Series.
  • Like the one from Planet Boris, this Telesdon is also able to resist sunlight, which the original version isn't capable of. Other than the possibility of being extraterrestrial born types, it is also theorized that this one is a Battlenizer monster, since those that contained in Battlenizers became stronger thanks to said object.

Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie

Telesdon was one of monsters who were revived by Ultraman Belial as part of his 100 Monster Army. He was first seen as a spirit in 2 shots of the Monster Graveyard. The first one was with King Joe Black, Red King, Doragory, Alien Babarue, and Arigera while the second one was being emanated by the Plamsa Spark along with Sadola, King Guesra, Zetton, Jasyuline, and Angross. Telesdon then teamed up with Zoa Muruchi, Alien Temperor, Alien Super Hipporit, and Arstron to take on Gomora. When Gomora became beserk, Telesdon was called back along with the remaining monsters to watch Gomora fight the Ultras and was later called back out to fight Ultraman Zero. He was the first monster to be killed by Ultraman Zero's Wide Zero Shot in the final battle followed by Alien Temperor, Vakishim, and Gudon. Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie


  • Telesdon

    The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle was reused and modified for Telesdon's appearance in the film.
  • Telesdon is one of the monsters that makes up Belyudra's left arm in the movie.

Ultra Zero Fight

Telesdon in Ultra Zero Fight

Telesdon, Bemular, Gudon, and Sadola were revived from the Monster Graveyard by Gurashie to fight Ultraman Zero. He fired his flames alongside Bemular's after Gudon and Sadola were killed but he was killed again with Bemular by Zero's Miracle Zero Slugger. Ultra Zero Fight


  • The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle was reused in Ultra Zero Fight.

Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster ☆ Hero Battle Royale!

Telesdon vs Dorako

Telesdon appeared in the second movie special. He was the ninth monster to be Ultlived by the Livepad and the second monster to be Ultlived by Chigusa Kuno. He went up against Snowgon first and won thanks to his flames. After being ambushed by Dorako, Telesdon knocked him down with his tail and then they fight. Both put up a terrific fight against each other, but before Telesdon could finish off Dorako, the latter vanished. Telesdon then went up against Alien Baltan. Baltan confused Telesdon with his illusions and teleportation, held Telesdon with his telekinesis and finished him off by firing his missiles until Telesdon was called out. Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster ☆ Hero Battle Royale!


  • The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle was reused for Telesdon's appearance.
  • Telesdon and Dorako's battle may have been inspired by their previous battles in the 1966 series and in Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey.
    • In both series, Telesdon was pitted against Re-Dorako, Dorako's revived form.

Ultraman X

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Telesdon was among the Spark Dolls that slumbered beneath the Earth and ocean and awakened after a solar flare bathed the Earth.

15 years later, it created a series of earthquakes in Area T-7B, with the biggest one in Kamikura Street, prompting Xio to investigate the case. When they did, they encountered the Underground Woman who summoned Telesdon with her screech and sent him to the surface to rampage and soon encountered the Land Musketty. He tried to burn it alive but after the vehicle released some flares, Telesdon released its grip on it and retreated back underground.

The next night, the Underground Woman summoned Telesdon to rampage again. After protecting Asuna Yamase, Daichi Oozora transformed into Ultraman X to fight Telesdon. X had the upper hand at first, but then Telesdon used his environment and his new moves to get the edge on the Ultra until Hayato and Wataru used the new Ultlaser to save him. Rui and Mamoru then sent Cyber Eleking's data to X allowing him to gain the Eleking Armor. After countering Telesdon's drill attack with the whips produced from the armor, X finished off Telesdon with the Eleking Electric Shockwave and it turned into a Spark Doll as a result. The Spark Doll was salvaged by the Underground Woman, but she left it to Xio after vanishing due to being shot multiple times. A Song That Calls the Night

A cybernetic version of Telesdon, Cyber Telesdon (サイバーテレスドン Saibā Teresudon) was created based on the Spark Doll, now contained in a Cyber Card. In episode 4, Hayata and Wataru used the Cyber Telesdon card sent by Rui and Mamoru to equip the Space Musketty with Telesdon's lava breath to save X from Bemstar. All for One

In the final episode of Ultraman X, after Greeza destroyed the Xio base, Telesdon's Spark Doll was absorbed by Greeza. After speaking out to Gomora and striking Greeza right in the center of his chest, Telesdon, along with all of the other Spark Dolls, traveled to X and united with him. Cyber Telesdon's power was used to help form the Hybrid Armor and power up the Ultimate Xanadium to defeat Greeza once and for all. Telesdon, along with the numerous other Cyber Cards and Spark Dolls, then appeared and thanked Daichi as he thanked them. The Rainbow Land


  • Suit Actor: Yokoo Kazunori
  • The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle was reused for Telesdon's appearance in the series.
  • Scriptwriter Nakano Takao deliberately chose to add Telesdon to episode 3 as contrast to the previous episode's Kaiju Birdon, a flying kaiju.
    • He also said that the idea of Telesdon's drill attack is based off of the creatures from the Tremors franchise.
  • Kiyotaka Taguchi approved of the drill formation idea as he believed it showed Telesdon could still be a powerful foe.
  • In episode 16, he's seen with Gomess (S)'s Spark Doll in a mini version of their underground habitat.

Ultraman Orb

Telesdon appeared in episode 2 of Ultraman Orb as a Kaiju Card, used by Jugglus Juggler with his Dark Ring as part of his plan of waking up Maga-Grand King.

He reappeared physically in episode 9, where he emerged from underground to fight Alien Babarue Babaryu who was disguised as Ultraman Orb as part of a plan from the Planet Invasion Union. While the pseudo-Ultra was busy arguing with Alien Mefilas Nostra, Telesdon started the fight. First by head-butting him and then trying to attack him with his beak, but "Orb" barely caught the attack while protecting two kids that were left behind. After enduring a flame attack from the monster, Babaryu had enough and decided to fight Telesdon for real by putting him in a hold and pummeled him with his fists until he knocked him down to the ground. Afterwards, Telesdon escaped and burrowed away while the alien in disguise threatened him to get out and stay out.

Telesdon returned in episode 24, along with Gomess, Demaaga, and Magatano-Orochi. In the beginning of the episode, he, Demaaga, and Gomess, rise from underneath Tokyo, but before they could attack, Orb appears in his Hurricane Slash form. However, as he says his catchphrase, and the three monsters gather to start the fight, suddenly, Gomess, Demaaga and Telesdon, all fall to the ground, dead. Orb feels Telesdon's hand for a pulse, but feels nothing but skin. Shocked by the deaths of the three monsters, Ultraman Orb closed Telesdon's eyes and stared at the corpses around him.


  • The Telesdon suit from Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle is reused for Telesdon's appearance in the series.

Ultraman Z

"That... How did Jirahs' frills...?!"

Yuka Ohta
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Telesdon rose to the surface from the underground due to humans building an underground geofront, causing Telesdon to rampage due to excessive noise. STORAGE sortied to deal with the monster, with Yoko Nakashima piloting Sevenger, and Haruki Natsukawa and Yuka Ohta in the STEGG. Despite their best efforts, they were unable to stop Telesdon as Sevenger's attacks were ineffective, and the other two could not distract Telesdon long enough to have it chase them elsewhere. Telesdon buried underground and escaped after destroying a siren, with Shinya Kaburagi watching as the whole event unfolded. Yuka managed to obtain Telesdon skin samples from Sevenger's hands, as the robot had gripped onto the monster.

Transformed into Erimaki-Telesdon

Telesdon re-emerged soon after, causing more havoc. Sevenger was sent again with Haruki piloting, but once again its attacks proved ineffective. After getting knocked over, Haruki transformed into Ultraman Z Beta Smash to fight, but was still having trouble against the monster's drill attack. Luckily, Yuka managed to find a way to power up Windom in time to assist Z, being able to beat the monster down. Shinya Kaburagi showed up with Jirahs' Kaiju Medal and fed it to Telesdon, restoring its energy and granting it a frill that gave it extra powers, becoming Erimaki-Telesdon (エリマキテレスドン Erimaki Teresudon lit. Frilled Telesdon), who was able to turn the tide against Z and Windom.[2][3] Z changed to Alpha Edge to dodge its energy bullets, while Windom proceeded to tear off its frill. Telesdon was destroyed by the Zestium Beam and Windom's rocket barrage.

Jirahs' Kaiju Medal appeared and floated towards Haruki. It disintegrated in his hand after Z confirmed that it was not made on the Land of Light. Robot-2 Activation Plan


  • According to Yuka, this Telesdon is faster than previous data.
  • Coincidentally, he appeared in the same episode number as Powered Telesdon in Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero.
  • Upon transformation, Erimaki-Telesdon emits Jirahs' roar before it returned to its original one.

Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga

Telesdon, along with Gomora, Pagos, and Arstron, were awaken when the Eternity Core became unstable after Carmeara used its power to transform into Megalothor.




  • Height: 60 m
  • Weight: 120,000 t
  • Origin: Underground (Ultraman), underneath Kumaoka City, Saitama (Z)
  • Attack: 800 (Galaxy), 900 (NEO)
  • Defense: 900 (Galaxy), 1000 (NEO)
  • Speed: 700 (Galaxy), 800 (NEO)
  • Weakness: Telesdon is a nocturnal monster, so blinding lights can weaken its eyes. Only the ones in Ultraman and X showed this weakness, suggesting that other Telesdons may be more resistant to the Sun's effect.
Powers and ​Weapons
  • Drill Beak (ドリルくちばし Doriru Kuchibashi): Telesdon has a beak that is sharp enough to be used as a weapon.
    • Burrowing: Telesdon can burrow at moderate speeds. The official website in Ultraman Z explained that Telesdon burrow its way by generating a Super Oscillatory Wave (超振動波 Chō Shindō-ha) on its beak, in a similar way to Gomora.
  • Heat Sack: The source of Telesdon's Lava Heat Ray is a heat sack in its stomach, which also allows some Telesdons to operate in daylight despite its nocturnal status.[4]
    • Lava Heat Ray (溶岩熱線 Yōgan Nessen)[5]/Depth Flame (デプス火炎 Depusu Kaen): Telesdon can exhale a deadly stream of flames from his mouth. These flames can destroy weaker monsters in a single hit. This can also be shot as a fireball. In Ultraman Z, its heat level is said to be 2,000℃.
Ultraman X
  • Drill Formation Attack: Telesdon can spin like a drill for easy underground traveling and for ambushing its opponents. Z elaborated this skill by allowing Telesdon to achieve temporary flight to attack the opponent in various directions.
Ultraman Z
  • Agility: At least according to Yuka, one particular Telesdon in Saitama was more agile compared to other specimens in its breed.



  • Height: 60 m
  • Weight: 120,000 t
  • Origin: Underground of Oiwayama
Powers and Weapons
  • Burrowing: Telesdon can burrow at moderate speeds.

Powered Telesdon

Powered Telesdon

  • Height: 62 m
  • Weight: 130,000 t
  • Origin: Underground
  • Weakness: Powered Telesdon is a nocturnal monster. Exposures to sunlight energies or blinding lights can weaken his eyes.
Powers and ​Weapons
  • Burrowing: Telesdon can burrow at moderate speeds.

Cyber Telesdon

Cyber Telesdon

  • Height: 60 m
  • Weight: 120,000 t
  • Origin: Xio headquarters
  • Cyber Power: 19/25
Powers and Weapons
  • Lava Heat Ray (溶岩熱線 Yōgan Nessen): Cyber Telesdon can unleash a stream of lava from his mouth.



  • Height: 60 m
  • Weight: 125,000 t
  • Origin: Kitabashi Ward, Tokyo
Powers and ​Weapons
  • Jirahs' Frill: Erimaki-Telesdon's signature weapon is the namesake frill it obtained from the Jirahs Medal, which augmented the monster with a handful of new abilities.
    • Depth Destruction Heat Ray Wave (デプス破壊熱線波 Depusu Hakai Nessen-ha): By focusing the Super Oscillatory Wave (超振動波 Chō Shindō-ha) on its frill, Erimaki-Telesdon can unleash the energy wave in full power.[4]
    • Depth Splitting Heat Ray Wave (デプス拡散熱線波 Depusu Kakusan Nessen-ha): Erimaki-Telesdon shoots beams from the spikes around its frill.[4]
    • Depth Reflective Cannon (デプス反射砲 Depusu Hansha-hō): Erimaki-Telesdon emits an energy barrier from its frill, which can block and redirect attacks like the Zestium Beam.[4]

Spark Doll

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In Ultraman X, Telesdon's Spark Doll was reanimated by the Ultra Flare and caused it to rampage across the globe.

  • When Xio investigated a recent earthquake site, an Underground Woman summoned the monster.
  • It was summoned once again the next night and was reverted back into a Spark Doll by Ultraman X.

Other Media


Telesdon in Redman

Telesdon appeared in the TV series, Redman.

Telesdon first appeared in episode 31, where he was seen walking and teleporting with Eleking until coming face to face with Redman. The two of them decided to charge at him from different sides but the hero stopped them in their tracks. After a satisfying fight, Redman killed Telesdon with a few chops to the head followed by a judo throw. After that, he killed Eleking with his Red Knife.

Telesdon reappeared in episode 34 alone where he was wondering through the mountains when Redman teleports behind him resulting in another fight. Redman held the advantage throughout the fight even when it looked like Telesdon appeared to be winning. After tricking it into bashing it's head against a rock, the hero killed Telesdon with a Red Chop to the back of the monster's head.

In episode 59, Redman confronted Telesdon at a sandy beach and brutally assaulted him with a barrage of his chops and throws, despite the monster doing his best to hake him off. After a jump kick to the head, Redman defeated Telesdon with a Red Arrow that spewed out explosions that eventually made him pass out.

Telesdon reappeared in episode 67, where he teamed up with Garamon and had Redman on the ropes right from the start but the hero managed to get them off his back. The three of them then brawled it out on the beach with a lot of throwing, chopping, kicking, and tactics going on. When Redman summoned his Red Arrow, Telsdon caught him and took his Red Arrow away from him so he can use it against him when he was held by Garamon. However, Redman ducked at the last minute and Garamon ended up being the victim of this accidental kill. Outraged, Telesdon fought the hero once more but Redman defeat the monster by judo throwing him while holding his Red Knife.

In episode 74, Telesdon once again teamed up with Eleking to take on Redman and both sides were on equal terms with each other due to their advantages in numbers and combat prowess respectively. However, they did not have the means to put the alien hero down for good. After Eleking was killed by Redman's Red Arrow, Telesdon tried to escape, but he threw the Red Arrow at his back, killing him in the process.

Telesdon's final appearance on the show was in episode 78, where he was seen catching the alien hero's Red Arrow after it was thrown by Dorako. Redman managed to throw that item out of harm's way and resorted to using fisticuffs against the two monsters. Even though it looked like both monsters had Redman on the ropes, Telesdon found himself to be no match for the alien hero even though they held the team advantage against him. Both monsters were eventually defeated after the hero reclaimed his Red Arrow and drove it though their mouths, killing them as a result.

Ultra Fight

Telesdon in Ultra Fight

Telesdon reappeared in Ultra Fight.

  • In episode 76, his first appearance on the show, Telesdon fought Ultraseven in a valley and after a long fight, Seven emerged victorious after he threw Telesdon hard on the ground. Before he left, the Ultra covered the Kaiju in dirt as an insult to injury.
  • Telesdon reappeared in episode 81, where he fought Alien Godola and was losing the battle due to the alien's cleverness and the latter made it even more confusing for the former as he used his teleporting ability in battle to change locations. Eventually, after multiple tries, Telesdon gave up and collapsed.
  • In episode 85, Telesdon went up against Woo in which he put up a good fight, but after a long, evenly matched fight, Telesdon ended up losing to Woo as he ended up getting knocked out cold.
  • Telesdon reappeared in 89, where he threw Alien Icarus down a small hill and he 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 98, Telesdon awoke after Eleking inadvertently kicked a rock towards the the sleeping Kaiju and decided to throw the rock right back at him, only for Ultraseven to catch it and throw it back at him. Telesdon then used that same rock to attack Eleking head-on as he was giving Ultraseven a hard time in a fight. Afterwards, the two Kaiju turned their full attention towards each other and fought each other in an evenly matched brawl. In the end, it looked as though Teleson was going to emerge as the winner as Ultraseven flew away.
  • Telesdon reappeared in episode 104, where he, alongside Alien Icarus, 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 108, Telesdon was confronted by Agira and the two of them decided to fight each other. While Agira proved to be a capable foe, Telesdon gained the upper hand against him later on and then fought Ultraseven when he showed up and let Agira rest. Telesdon then ended up getting defeated by the Ultra as the former was no match for the latter's combat skills.
  • Telesdon reappeared in episode 110, where he ambushed Ultraseven and managed to get a hold on him until he broke free and grabbed his tail, threw him, and then proceeded to brutally bash him into a rock until Alien Baltan decided to give him a helping hand. As their fight went on, the monstorus duo proved to a challenge for Ultraseven as they took turns tossing him towards each other and beating him up. However, Baltan bonked Telesdon on the head on purpose, which lead to the two of them fighting each other instead. Once they were weakened, Seven took the opportunity to defeat Telesdon and then Baltan, declaring the Ultra the winner.


  • The Telesdon suit is the original but by this point is severely deteriorated. The still deteriorated suit would later be slightly modified for the monster Detton from Return of Ultraman.
  • In this series, Telesdon has Zumbolar's roar.

Ultra Zone

Telesdon in Ultra Zone

Telesdon reappeard in Ultra Zone.

Ultraman Ball

Telesdon shooting a fireball in Ultraman Ball

He appeared in the game, Ultraman Ball.

The Rise of Ultraman

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In the Marvel Comics retelling of the lore of Ultraman, a small Telesdon is encountered in a meat locker. He is taken out by the USP's K-Ray. It, or another of it's species, later appeared in Limbo, attacking Kiki Fuji along side Gabura.



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Agira | Alien Baltan | Alien Godola | Alien Goron | Alien Guts | Alien Icarus | Eleking | Gomora | Keronia | Keylla | Seabozu | Telesdon | Woo
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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
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Red King | Alien Baltan | Dada | Dada II | Zetton | Zetton II | Gubila | Woo | Alien Zarab | Balloonga | Pestar | Pigmon | Telesdon | Alien Mefilas | Gomora | Bullton | Jamila | Alien Zetton
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Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle Telesdon | Sadola | Red King | Rei's Gomora | Rei's Litra (S) | Juran | Golza | Gudon | Neronga | Bemstar | Fire Litra | Fire Golza | Gan-Q | Banpira | Twin Tail | Froguros (B) | Bullton | Kelbim | Arstron | Eleking | Gromite | Angross | Arigera | Zoa Muruchi | Nova | Saramandora | Lunaticks | King Joe Black | Verokron | Doragory | Kate | Zetton | Reimon | EX Gomora
Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey Alien Pitt | Reionics Hunter | Gomess (S) | Magular | Rei's Gomora | Dorako | Eleking |Alien Hook | Rei's Litra (S) | Alien Guts | Alien Zelan | Arstron | Alien Nackle | Galberos | Illusion Zetton | Reimon Burst Mode | Reionic Burst Gomora | Doragory | Alien Metron | Bemstar | Alien Babarue (RB) | Antlar | Vakishim | Alien Keel Grande | Tyrant | Kate | Fire Litra | Alien Zarab | Imitation Ultraman | Alien Mefilas | Armored Mefilas | Dada | Alien Temperor | Arigera | Armored Darkness | Miclas | Alien Zetton | Telesdon | King Joe Black | Kelbim | Red King | Alien Reflect | Birdon | King Joe Scarlet | Alien Reiblood | EX Gomora | EX Red King
Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie Bemular | Alien Zarab | Zaragas | Rei's Gomora | Dorako | Bemstar | Saramandora | Alien Shaplay | Windom | Miclas | Agira | Pigmon | Black King | Rei's Litra (S) | Gomess (S) | Alien Baltan | Antlar | Red King | Magular | Telesdon | Dada | Zetton | Eleking | Alien Metron | Alien Guts | Arstron | Sadola | Gudon | Twin Tail | Alien Nackle | Verokron | Vakishim | Doragory | Lunaticks | Birdon | Mukadender | Alien Temperor | Tyrant | Alien Valky | Alien Magma | Alien Pressure | Alien Babarue | Nova | Hoe | Fire Golza | Gan-Q | Galberos | Froguros (B) | Banpira | Kelbim | Gromite | Zoa Muruchi | Alien Reflect | Angross | Jasyuline | Arigera | Roberuga II | King Joe Black | Alien Super Hipporit | King Silvergon | King Goldras | King Pandon | King Guesra | Alien Zetton | Nurse | Belyudra
Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero Rei's Gomora | Rei's Litra (S) | Darklops Zero | Mecha Gomora | Alien Salome | Imitation Ultraseven | Imitation Ultraman (SR) | Imitation Ultraman Jack (SR) | Imitation Ultraman Ace (SR) | Imitation Zoffy (SR)
Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Adventure Bullton | Gomora | Pigmon | Red King | Alien Pedan | Alien Hipporit | Bemular | Golza | Gan-Q | Sadola | Skydon | Mons-Ahgar | Telesdon | Gamakugira | Alien Nackle | Yapool | EX Tyrant | Alien Keel Vittorio | EX Gomora | Alien Zarab | EX Eleking | Alien Metron | EX Red King | Alien Babarue | King of Mons | Basiliss | Baby Arados | Alien Reiblood | Grand King | Silverbloome | Deathfacer
Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Adventure NEO Kyrieloid | Kanegon | Red King | Agira | Vittorio | Alien Guts | Gatanothor | EX Zetton | Alien Reiblood | Kate
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 (S) | 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 | Alien Bat Gurashie | Red King | Galberos | Gan-Q | Bemstar | Pigmon Moroboshi-kun | Illusion Ultraman Zero | 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
Ultraman Ginga Kaiju
Ultraman Ginga Alien Valky | Black King | Thunder Darambia | Kemur | King Pandon | Ragon | Doragory | Alien Nackle Gray | Dark Galberos | Zaragas | Red King | Antlar | Jasyuline | Super Grand King | Dark Lugiel
Ultraman Ginga Theater Special Alien Icarus | Tyrant
Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster ☆ Hero Battle Royale! Kanegon | Alien Baltan | Red King | EX Red King | Telesdon | Dorako | Gomora | Reionic Burst Gomora | EX Gomora | Mecha Gomora | Zetton | Miclas | Snowgon | Yametaranese | Alien Miracle | Mochiron | Alien Akumania | Evil Tiga | Gan-Q | Chaos Ultraman | Zamsher | Zoa Muruchi | Chaos Ultraman | Chaosroid S | Chaosroid T | Chaosroid U
Ultraman Ginga EX Alien Magma | Zetton
Mountain Peanuts Detton | Jamila | Nosferu | Android One Zero
Ultraman Ginga S Victorian | Alien Chibull Exceller | Android One Zero | Chiburoid | Shepherdon | EX Red King | Eleking | Alien Guts Vorst | Inpelaizer | King Joe Custom | Sadola | Gudon | Yapool | Vakishim | Gomora | Fire Golza | Gan-Q | Five King | Bemular | Bemstar | Doragory | Verokron | Alien Akumania Muerte | Alien Metron Jace | Zoa Muruchi | Birdon | Alien Zetton Berume | Hyper Zetton | Vict Lugiel | Alien Valky | Alien Nackle Gray | Alien Icarus
Ultraman Ginga S The Movie: Showdown! The 10 Ultra Warriors! Etelgar | Five King | Alien Sran | Alien Empera | Dark Lugiel
Ultra Fight Victory Aribunta | Giant Yapool | Ace Killer | Victory Killer | Verokron | Vakishim | Doragory | Lunaticks | Shepherdon | Juda Spectre | Super Grand King Spectre
Ultraman X Kaiju
Ultraman X Greeza | Bemular | Aboras | Banila | Pestar | Magular | Peguila | Cyber Gomora | Demaaga | Alien Fanton Gourman | Birdon | Telesdon | Underground Woman | Alien Zarab | Bemstar | Black King | Black King Drill Custom | Alien Nackle Bandero | Alien Gold tE-rU | Rudian | Gargorgon | Zetton | Alien Sran Quila | Alien Valky Halky | Alien Icarus Icary | Alien Nackle Nackley | Samekujira Jolly | Alien Babarue | Dada | Kemur | Alien Zetton | Alien Akumania Referee | Houlinga | King Joe | Gina Spectre | Tsurugi Demaaga | Zaragas | Alien Magma | Alien Shaplay | Mold Spectre | Shepherdon | Windom | Miclas | Agira | Alien Markind | Mecha Gomora | Juda Spectre | Gua Spectre | Gomess (S) | Gubila | Cicada Woman | Pigmon | King Guesra | Red King | EX Red King | Space Cat Mu | Dorako | M1 | Gomora | EX Gomora | Bugbuzun Brood | Terochilus
Ultraman X The Movie: Here He Comes! Our Ultraman Alien Fanton Gourman | Cyber Gomora | Zaigorg | Gorg Antlar | Gorg Fire Golza | Tsurugi Demaaga | Alien Baltan | Desastro
Ultraman Festival 2015 Alien Selemo Marie | Skedon | Cyber Skedon | Denpagon | Cyber Denpagon
Ultraman Orb Chronicle Kaiju
'Tree of Life' (Ultraman Orb THE ORIGIN SAGA) Jugglus Juggler | Alien Wraith Psychi | Amate/War Deity | Alien Kanon | Morks | Bezelb | Queen Bezelb | Kugutsu Arstron | Kugutsu King Guesra | Gargorgon | Kugutsu Bemstar | Lidorias | Bolgils | Kugutsu Birdon | Kugutsu Vakishim | Kugutsu Verokron | Psyqueen
'I am the Galaxy's Migrating Bird' Murnau | Jiggle | Dinosaur Tank | Pestar | Gamakugira | Takkong | Gora | Alien Gapiya Sadis | Orlok | Alien Zartana | Alien Nackle Ramon Brothers | Jugglus Juggler
'The Man Who Stole The Black Hole' Jugglus Juggler | Biranki | Gango | Balloonga/Balloonga Bomb
'Fierce Battle! Ishtal Civilization' Jugglus Juggler/Nuru Ra Hotep | Dodongo | Mummy Monsters | Magatanothor
'From Rusalka With Love' Kingsaurus II | Super C.O.V. | Pris-Ma | Maga-Zetton | Jugglus Juggler | Three-meter Aliens | Biranki | Hungler
'The Wandering Sun' (Ultraman Orb) Peguila | Maga-Zetton | Maga-Basser | Jugglus Juggler | Maga-Grand King | Maga-Jappa | Maga-Pandon | Alien Zetton Maddock | Hyper Zetton Deathscythe | Alien Mefilas Nostra | Alien Nackle Nagus | Alien Metron Tarude | Aribunta | Hoe | Ragon Parent | Ragon Child | Gubila | Alien Babarue Babaryu/Imitation Ultraman Orb | Telesdon | Kelbim | Black King | Maga-Orochi | Galactron | Zeppandon | Alien Zelan | Alien Shaplay Katarohi | Bemular (Empowered) | Renki (Crimson Lotus Knight) | Maya | Hyper Zetton Deathscythe (Reserver) | Alien Pitt Myu | Nova | Black Directive | Kamaitadon (Mentioned) | Demaaga | Gomess (S) | Magatano-Orochi
'Space Witch Murnau's Counterattack, Sadis' Return' (Ultraman Orb The Movie: Let Me Borrow the Power of Bonds!) Galactron | Alien Ckalutch | Cicada Woman | Galmess | Hupnath | Jugglus Juggler | Murnau | Alien Gapiya Sadis | Alien Temperor Batista | Alien Hipporit Callisto | Alien Guts Doppel | Alien Serpent | Lecuum | Darebolic | Zeppandon
'Super Sky Great Violent-beast Desastro' Desastro
'Messengers of the Netherworld Mage' (Ultra Fight Orb) Reibatos | Juda Spectre | Demaaga | Mecha Gomora | Vict Lugiel | King Joe | Birdon | Gudon | Twin Tail | Hyper Zetton | Tyrant
'Migrating Birds, Go To The Sky' Biranki | Jugglus Juggler
Ultraman Festival 2016 Alien Baltan | Cyber Mecha Baltan | Zetton Alien Baltan | Zett
Ultraman Z Kaiju
Ultraman Z Gomess | Sevenger | Genegarg | Bullton | Celebro | Neronga | Majappa | Bemstar | Segmeger | Windom | Guigass | Gomora | Telesdon | Erimaki-Telesdon | Peguila | Jugglus Juggler | Zeppandon | Gillvalis | Alien Pegassa Pega | Valis Raider | Skull Gomora | Thunder Killer | Pedanium Zetton | Alien Pitt | Tri-King | Five King | King Joe | Alien Barossa | Red King A & B | Giestron | Grigio Raiden | Kanegon | Greeza | Horoboros | Metsuboros | Alien Barossa II | Pagos | Kemur | Baraba | M1 | Kelbim | Mother Kelbim | Alien Barossa III | Ultroid Zero | Takkong | King Guesra | Demaaga | Gomess (S) | Destrudos
Fight! Sevenger Sevenger | Jugglus Juggler | Crazygon | Diplas | Jirangon | Majaba | Red Smogy | Samekujira | Idatenran | Vortex Fire | SC-2 Prototype Machine | Gakuma | Ashuran
Sevenger Fight Sevenger | Jugglus Juggler | Jirahs | Alt-Helzzking | Eleking | Dancan | Pigmon | Garamon | Gazort | Reconstructed Pandon | Alien Icarus | Gandar | Alien Ghose | Beam Missile King | Pestar | Satan Beetle | Alien Boze | Alien Akumania | Alien Kettle | Oni-on
Ultraman Trigger Kaiju
Ultraman Trigger: New Generation Tiga Golba | Alien Metron Marluru | Gymaira | Lishurian (Ignis) | Gazort | Oka-Gubila | Deban | Deathdrago | Satandelos | Alien Barossa IV | King Joe STORAGE Custom | Space Sevenger | Bullton | Baby Zandrias Kedamya | The Other's sea bream | Okorin Ball Parasite | Small Desimonia | Dada PDO-3 | Gargorgon | Zaragas | Absolute Diavolo | Absolute Tartarus | Darebolic | Nurse | Metsu-Orga | Metsu-Orochi | Segmeger | Golba II | Kyrieloid | Barriguiler | Aboras | Banila | Mecha Musashin | Megalothor | Gomora | Telesdon | Pagos | Arstron
Episode Z Alien Metron Marluru | Ignis | Celebro | Pagos | Gazort | Genegarg | Deathdrago | Destrudos
Secret Origins of the Nursedessei Alien Metron Marluru | Alien Magma | Alien Pedan | Ghighi Doctor | Cicada Man | Alien Wild Zagar | Alien Pitt | Alien Zetton