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Ultraman (奥特曼 Ào Tè Màn) is a character and villain (later hero) who appeared in the BlueArc movie Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman. He is also featured in its sequels, Dragon Force: Rise of Ultraman and Dragon Force 2: Power of Ultraman.

Conception and Controversy

Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman director and BlueArc CEO Tommy Wang stated that the character "presents a new image of the hero Ultraman to the world, in the hopes it can surprise adults and children"[1]. However, when he was first revealed to the public; as a man in shorts, a mask, and covered in body paint (as seen in the "Suit" tab in the infobox), its hideous appearance as well as the fact that it was clearly not authorized by Tsuburaya (The movie was licensed by UM Corporation and TIGA Entertainment[2]), spawned many negative comments on multiple platforms. It is later revealed that Ultraman had been given a radical redesign in the movie (see CGI Model in infobox) and was given an antagonistic role, which further reinforced fans' negative views on the movie, and called it a "faker" and a "domestic ripoff". Even Ultraman Dyna star Takeshi Tsuruno, who has previously played (and continues to reprise) the role of Shin Asuka, openly expressed his disgust towards the movie and its promotional material on Twitter[3], calling out the "fake Ultraman".

Tsuburaya Productions were alerted of these activities and released this statement to notify Ultraman fans that these were done without their permission or supervision, and that they would take legal action against related parties. Tsuburaya then took UMC to court on November 20, 2017 and won the case. Tsuburaya Productions also began releasing shows in the Ultraman Series to Chinese audiences in 2018, starting with Ultraman Tiga, as a way of showing Chinese fans what a real Ultraman was like.


Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman

In 1966, Ultraman came to Earth for the first time and became a renowned hero across the world. However, one day, the Land of Light was destroyed by aliens, so Ultraman flew to China in a spaceship and later had two human children (how or with whom is never explained).

Years later, collaborating with his mysterious subordinates, he brings a sleeping sea dragon onto land in an uncharted part of the world for reasons unknown. He then goes to a secret base, where he gives up his powers, draining him of his energy and reducing his size in the process, to create the Genesis Crystal. It sends an energy wave across the planet, and is detected by the GSB, who sends the Dragon Force to investigate.

Ultraman stands around and does nothing for a while (Ironically, Ultraman Geed was airing at the time and Riku Asakura's catchphrase is "Sitting around doing nothing won't get us anywhere") and then sends his minion Bao Feng to attack the Dragon Force when they corner him. He escapes on a motorbike and after a chase, he meets up with another villain, Evan, who punches Ultraman, steals the Genesis Crystal for himself, and then escapes but not before passing him a tablet that conveniently allowed Ultraman to watch Bao Feng who was really his daughter die at the hands of his son, Bluman. He is then remorseful of his actions and uses his telepathic powers to awaken the sleeping dragon to attack Evan's reinforcements, and helps the Dragon Force escape with their lives. He then falls off the side of a cliff in a seeming act of suicide only to escape from certain death by riding his bird mecha. The movie abruptly ends. Dragon Force: So Long Ultraman

Despite Tsuburaya's court victory, the Ultraman character is stated to be appear in 5 more movies, with BlueArc notably claiming that their movies are genuine, authorized and legal.

Dragon Force: Rise of Ultraman

When Evan attacks the nearby city, Ultraman shows up riding his mechanical bird while his dragon pet attacks Evan, who has now grown into a giant via the Genesis Crystal's power. Ultraman taunts Evan when he notices he starts to shrink, saying that while taking Ultraman's powers, he also took his weakness, before Evan gets dragged off to a remote island by the dragon. In the ensuing destruction, Ultraman finds a boy named Lele, whose mother had seemingly died trying to save him from a great fall. Lele clings to him, pleading to him to save his mother, but Ultraman simply brings him along on his mechanical bird to chase Evan.

Evan manages to slay the dragon and destroys all of its eggs, except for one which soon hatches. Evan shrinks further but is also able to destroy Ultraman's mechanical bird. Bringing his sword down on Ultraman, he explodes and forms a massive mushroom cloud. All that remains of him becomes a mysterious cube which forms around the ring that Lele's mother left behind. A hologram of Ultraman appears from the cube to communicate with Lele, but their conversation is cut short when a baby dragon appears. Meanwhile, the Dragon Force team fights Evan and blasts him off into the ocean.

While sneaking around, Lele finds out that the Dragon Force have a bounty on them, and is eventually caught. His captors take the cube from him and leave both him and his dragon pet bounded. Eventually they are bailed out by a seeming nurse and brought through the air vents of the facility, until they arrive above a giant crystal structure with a woman inside. The cube reacts when Evan reappears and grows to giant size to confront the Dragon Force, who he planned to defeat after revealing that the woman was his wife. Ultraman's hologram reappears and converses with Evan, but Lele changes his personality by rotating one of the cube's edges.

After escaping Evan, Dr. J examines the cube and finds out that the cube's hidden powers may be activated by Lele's fart, of all things. His research proves correct when Lele farts on it when Evan attacks once more, and this time the size of Ultraman's hologram grows even more. Evan eventually defeats the Dragon Force and Lele's now-matured dragon pet and threatens to kill Lele after destroying the cube. Just as Evan is about to swing his sword down on the boy, he puts his hands in a + (or L). Suddenly, there is a large explosion and Ultraman somehow revives at giant size. The dragon reawakens as well, and Evan comments on how this should all be impossible, before being promptly destroyed by a Spacium Beam. Dragon Force: Rise of Ultraman

Dragon Force 2: Power of Ultraman

Ultraman is heavily featured in this sequel series to the original Dragon Force series. Here, he regains his giant size and a few new abilities, which allows him to fight monsters alongside the Dragon Force team, whom assist him by using giant Mechas that he provides them. Dragon Force 2: Power of Ultraman

Powers, Abilities, and Equipment

Ultraman's profile card

It can be assumed that he retains all of his mainstream counterpart's abilities such as the Spacium Beam. He should, theoretically, also be able to use Ultraman Jack's abilities, explained in the Inconsistencies, Changes, and Continuity Errors section below. This list of powers is most likely to be incomplete and will stay this way for the foreseeable future due to viewing limitations and difficulty.

  • Beams: Ultraman makes use of various ray techniques to finish off his enemies.
    • L Beam: Apparently, Ultraman can use some sort of left-handed L style ray, as displayed in BlueArc's office.
    • Ultra Beam (奥特光线 Ào Tè Guāng Xiàn): Ultraman fires a ray that is very similar to Ultraman Orb Orb Origin's Origium Beam.
    • Pink Beam: Ultraman fires a pink ray that is seemingly enhanced by electricity.
    • Cross Death Light (十字死光 Shí Zì Sǐ Guāng)[4]: Probably one of his various ray techniques.
  • Telepathy: Ultraman's Color Timer can apparently be used to control a massive dragon.
  • Size Change: By performing his rise, while already transformed, Ultraman can grow in size but not by much.
  • Flight: Ultraman can fly. When he does, he leaves behind a glittering multicoloured trail.
  • Mechas: Various machines that Ultraman calls upon to aid him.
    • Mechanical Eagle: A mechanical eagle Ultraman can ride on and command to attack enemies. It can shoot fireballs. Destroyed by Evan.
    • High Tech Motorcycle: A motorbike lent to him by the evil cult he works for. Made of metals from outer space, making it light and sturdy, bullet proof, and it automatically dodges obstacles. It was stolen from him.
    • Dinosaur Mechas: Ultraman calls forth dinosaur mechas; a red T-Rex, a blue pteranodon, a green triceratops, a yellow raptor, and a white stegosaurus. They are capable of transforming into humanoid battle suits and can combine into the Ultra Dragon God (奥特龙神号 Ào Tè Lóng Shén Háo). It wields the Ultra Dragon God Sword (奥特龙神剑 Ào Tè Lóng Shén Jiàn), which it uses to execute its finishing attack, Flying Dragon Slash (飞龙斩 Fēi Lóng Zhǎn), which is charged up in exactly the same way as Ultraman Orb's Orb Supreme Calibur.
    • Archaopteryx Machine Beast (始祖鸟机械兽 Shǐ Zǔ Niǎo Jī Xiè Shòu): An archaeopteryx combiner mecha, that flies to him when called, much like the Max Galaxy. It can split into the Ancestor Sword (始祖剑 Shǐ Zǔ Jiàn) and Ancestor Shield (始祖护盾 Shǐ Zǔ Hù Dùn).

Inconsistencies, Changes, and Continuity Errors

  • Ultraman has black lines on his CGI model for some reason, reminiscent of Alien Zarab's Imitation Ultraman disguise. These were absent on the live action "suit".
  • Ultraman's Land of Light resembles a modern human city, despite its very alien and futuristic appearance in the Showa series that UMC allegedly had the rights to.
  • In the stock footage in the beginning of the first movie, Ultraman was showcased with a few shots of Ultraman Jack instead. BlueArc or UMC seem to think that Ultraman and Jack are one and the same.
  • Ultraman's Color Timer flashes yellow when he is losing his energy, and then progresses to red.
  • Ultraman doesn't seem to have a time limit.
  • Ultraman operates just fine on Earth even without a human host.
  • Ultraman's eyes light up when he speaks.
  • There is no reference to any of the other Ultra Brothers or even Zoffy in this movie, implying that Ultraman is the one and only Ultraman to have come to Earth, which is impossible given that he was once Jack and had the Ultra Bracelet, which was given to him by Ultraseven (Though the fact of him somehow having been Jack at all is in itself another error). Zoffy also could not have been there to bring Ultraman back to the Land of Light after his defeat at the hands of Zetton.
  • Ultraman has been part of an evil organization since his appearance in 1966.
  • He has a different rise scene, one that is similar to Ultraman Orb Origin the First's, when he grows into a giant. He stands at a rough estimate of only 20m in height, which is about only half his normal size.
  • When he flies, he leaves behind an orange trail.


  • The first movie is actually composed mainly of stock footage from an existing Dragon Force movie, with Ultraman simply edited in over the original main antagonist, along with a few minor script changes, which explains the many inconsistencies in the character.


Showa Ultras Ultraman | Zoffy | Ultraseven | Ultraman Jack | Ultraman Ace | Ultraman Taro | Ultraman Leo | Astra | Ultraman Joneus | Ultraman 80 | Ultraman Scott | Ultraman Chuck | Ultrawoman Beth | Andro Melos
Heisei Ultras Ultraman Great | Ultraman Powered | Ultraman Zearth | Ultraman Tiga | Ultraman Dyna | Ultraman Gaia | Ultraman Agul | Ultraman Neos | Ultraseven 21 | Ultraman Cosmos | Ultraman Justice | Ultraman Legend | Ultraman Noa | Ultraman Nexus | Ultraman the Next | Ultraman Max | Ultraman Xenon | Ultraman Mebius | Ultraman Hikari | Ultraman Zero | Ultraman Saga | Ultraman Ginga | Ultraman Victory | Ultraman Ginga Victory | Ultraman X | Ultraman Orb | Ultraman Geed | Ultraman Rosso | Ultraman Blu | Ultraman Ruebe | Ultrawoman Grigio | Ultraman Gruebe
Reiwa Ultras Ultraman Taiga | Ultraman Titas | Ultraman Fuma | Ultraman Reiga | Ultraman Z | Ultraman Trigger | Ultraman Regulos
Other Ultras Seven's Superior | Father of Ultra | Mother of Ultra | Ultraman King | Elek | Loto | Amia | People of U40 | Warrior of Light | Yullian | Ultraman Kiyotaka | Ultra Nyan | Ultra-Ancient Giants of Light | Tiga's companions | Ultraman Boy | Ultraman Pict | Ultraman Nice | Ultra Idemitsujin | Ultraman Robin | Residents of the Land of Light | Ultraman Neko | Ultraman Ribut | Jeanne | Amur | Ultraman F | Ultraman Dual | Navigale | Ultra Saint Tear | Filis | Sora
Counterparts Ultraseven (Heisei Ultraseven) | Ultraman (Neo Frontier Space World) | Ultraman (Superior Universe) | Ultraseven (Superior Universe) | Ultraman Jack (Superior Universe) | Ultraman Ace (Superior Universe) | Ultraman Tiga (Superior Universe) | Ultraman Dyna (Superior Universe) | Ultraman Gaia (Superior Universe) | Ultraman (World of the Ultra Flare) | Ultraman Tiga (World of the Ultra Flare) | Ultraman (Marvel) | Ultraseven (Marvel)
Evil Ultras Evil Ultraman Great | Evil Tiga | Camearra | Darramb | Hudra | Chaos Ultraman | Dark Faust | Dark Mephisto | Dark Mephisto (Zwei) | Dark Zagi | Ultraman Belial | Dark Lucifer | Ultraman Zero Darkness | Ultraman Orb Dark | Ultraman Tregear | Ultraman X Darkness | Ultraman Geed Darkness | Ultraman Orb Darkness | Imit-Ultraman Belial | Carmeara | Darrgon | Hudram | Trigger Dark | Ultrawoman Grigio Darkness
Fake Ultras Imitation Ultraman | Imitation Ultraseven | Ace Robot | Imitation Astra | Delusion Ultraseven | Imitation Ultraman Joneus | Ultraman Shadow | Imit-Ultraman Dyna | Terranoid | Imit-Ultraman Agul | Imit-Ultraman Gaia | Phantom-Ultraman Agul | Imitation Ultraman Cosmos | Imitation Ultraman Mebius | Imitation Tsurugi | Imitation Ultraman Mebius | Darklops Zero | Darklops | Imitation Ultraman (SR) | Imitation Zoffy (SR) | Imitation Ultraman Jack (SR) | Imitation Ultraman Ace (SR) | Illusion Ultraman Zero | Imitation Mother of Ultra | Ultroid Zero
Stage Show and Video Game Ultras Chaosroids | Imitation Ultrasevens | Robot Ultraman Mebius | Android Ultraman | Voice | Zora | Imitation Ultraman Leo (SR) | Dark Killer First | Dark Killer Zoffy | Dark Killer Seven | Dark Killer Jack | Dark Killer Ace | Lara | Fake Ultraman Dyna | Ultraman Geist | Ultraseven Geist | Ultraman Leo Dark | Astra Dark | Peony | Haruka | Geed's Brothers | Tiga Dark (clone)
Manga Ultras Melos | Fightas | Ultraman Elf | Ultra-Ninja Squad | Ultraman Jack (Ultra Brothers Story) | Ultraman Jupiter | W87 Ultra Beings | Thunder Arrow | Caesar | Wuleian | Ultra Wolf | Ultraman Krod | Ultraman Great (G manga) | Ultraman (THE FIRST) | Ultraman Tiga (Dark Horse Manga) | Zoffy (Story 0) | Ultraseven (Story 0) | Ultraman (Story 0) | Ace (Story 0) | Jack (Story 0) | Leo (Story 0) | Astra (Story 0) | Taro (Story 0) | Gorian | Zaji | Drew | Colorless | Flare | Rutia | Alphone | Ars | Acura | Remodeled Ultras | Aura | Ultraman (ULTRAMAN)
Another Genesis Giants Blast | Ultraman | Ultraseven | Belial | Jack | Ace | Taro | Luna and Corona | Tiga | Jean-Bot | Father Burai | Glenfire | Mirror Master | Leo | King
Outlaw Ultras Ultraman Millennium | Ultraman Elite | Dark Ultraman | Ultraman (Dragon Force)