Ultraman: Another Genesis
When Belial escaped from his prison in the core of the Kingdom of Light, he set about a chain reaction that caused the world's destruction, costing many Ultras their lives. Among the few survivors was Ultraman who was off-world at the time. When he heard the news, he was devastated and originally retreated to dark ravines to be alone. Eventually, he came out of his depression upon encountering a creature altered by a shard of the Kingdom of Light. Engaging in a death match with the beast, Ultraman won by pulling the shard out from the creature's head and stabbing it repeatedly to death. Ultraman took note that many more pieces of his home world may have survived and thus resolved to rebuild his homeworld, one fragment at a time. To that end, he scoured the universe looking for the luminous and powerful fragments of his homeworld, often times the fragments were lodged within animals, turning them into monsters.
Eventually he came into conflict with Blast, a human who had become Ultra like due to a piece being lodged in his chest like a color timer. Ultraman tore the piece from Blast and made his way to the temple of Ultra on Planet King, where he attacked the nobleman Leo. At that time, he underwent a strange change for a brief moment, appearing as someone else for an instant. What he plans to do in the temple is unknown.
Ultraman possessed skills and abilities similar to the original.
- Ultra Powers: Ultraman most likely has at least the most basic abilities of a native of the Kingdom of Light
- Strength: Ultraman was strong enough to tear out the Kingdom of Light shard from Antler's tuff body and Blast's chest
- Outer-Space Adaption: Ultraman can survive in space on his own.
- Flight: Ultraman can possibly fly under his own power, given that he moved from planet to planet without any help.
- ESP: Ultraman appeared to be able to sense the location of the Kingdom of Light Shards
- Ultra-Slash (ウルトラスラッシュ Urutora Surasshu): The same as the original, a ring of light that can cut through most objects, even other giants.
- As the original Ultraman was originally intended, this version of him seems partially organic with red spots appearing to be living tissue while his silver parts are metal, giving him a bio-mechanical appearance.
- Unlike the original, this version of Ultraman is rather an antihero and brutal, killing Antlar in cold blood by stabbing him repeatedly with the Kingdom of Light Shard he ripped from the monster's head.
- This brutal personality is shown again when he attacks Leo from behind, just to get to Blast and tear out Blast's shard by force. However, recent chapters heavily imply that Ultraman is not in full control of his faculties.