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Ultraman is the titular hero of Marvel Entertainment's comic book series The Rise of Ultraman and The Trials of Ultraman. He is an alien who went to Planet Earth to protect the planet and humanity from an upcoming Kaiju Crisis, though an unfortunate event caused him to have to merge with the human Shin Hayata, who later gave him his name.


The Rise of Ultraman

Ultraman and his race were called "Ultra" by various species because they had ascended beyond the threat of Kaiju, in that the Ultras had rid themselves of the "darkness of the soul" which Kaiju are attracted to. They decided to use their higher status to demonstrate to other species how to do the same, and would intervene on planets where a Kaiju Crisis was imminent, in hopes of preventing one from truly starting. These are usually planets whose inhabitants are unable to evolve for "a myriad of reasons". After learning that Ultraseven had been killed by humans in the year 1966, Ultraman lost faith in humanity and was convinced that they, too, could not evolve.

In the year 2020, Ultraman was on the way to Planet Earth after detecting a Kaiju Crisis was about to happen there. While on the way to Earth, his Travel Sphere was shot down by the USP, who had built a railgun specifically for that purpose after Ultraseven crashed into Dan Moroboshi 54 years ago. This severely injured Ultraman, who was once again shot by Shin Hayata under orders from Captain Muramatsu. Still, Ultraman's kindness allowed him to reach out to Shin in a plea for help. When they touched, the merger process began, though it was highly imperfect due to Ultraman's injuries and could have possibly killed the two of them if it were not completed in time. After nineteen hours of negotiations and seeing through each others' memories, Ultraman and Shin came to a compromise, and Shin was handed the Beta Capsule. After that, Shin was sent to the USP base, unconscious for a while.

Shin and Ultraman communicated on their mutual distrust towards the USP before being sent to Doctor Yamamoto's hideout, which was where Kiki was at the time. Ultraman allowed Shin to transform and fight against two Neronga, despite the two of them being made aware of the dangers imposed on them by their incomplete merger. After managing to defeat them, Shin had the secrets of the K-Ray revealed to him. It was then that Ultraman informed him that the dimension that the K-Ray sent Kaiju to was Limbo, a gateway to the Monster Graveyard. Ultraman appeared once again when Shin was sent to was sent to Limbo to retrieve Kiki, using a USP K-Ray to exit the dimension. However, a giant Bemular had followed them out the same way.

Hoping to stop it, Ultraman returned to his normal giant size and fought the creature, holding it for Kiki to help evacuate citizens. During this time she used Shin's communicator to talk to them and relayed her discovery that it was a creature the organization fought back when it was known as "Ultra Q". It was also now that Dr. Yamato appeared in a stolen USP VTOL attacking Ultraman. He wished to let the truth about the Kaiju be known by letting Bemular rampage, a disaster the USP would not be able to cover up. Ultraman spoke to everyone convincing them that the path of fear would not lead to any solutions, and convinced Yamato to assist him. With the Doctor's assistance, Ultraman was able to strike down Bemular with his Spacium Beam, ending the monster completely.

Later on, Shin and Ultraman, after convincing the USP director, shattered the vault in a controlled manner, deciding to deal with the problem directly, instead of allowing the vault to burst and create an unsolvable problem in a Kaiju Crisis. The Rise of Ultraman

The Trials of Ultraman

Ultraman and Hayata continued to fight against the Kaiju together. However, Ultraman and the USP had been faced with conspiracies and scrutiny from the public, claiming that the USP were responsible for creating the Kaiju in the first place, among other rumors. The Trials of Ultraman



Shin Hayata presses on the Beta Capsule's red button to transform into Ultraman. Because of Ultraman's injuries before the merger process, Shin's transformation is limited to just three minutes because of the imperfect connection between them. Furthermore, the both of them could possibly die if their connection is strained too much via intense combat.


  • Travel Sphere: A glowing sphere that Ultraman used to travel through space.
  • Flight: Ultraman is capable of flight.
  • Merger: Ultraman can share his life force with another being and become one with them. This would normally be a safe process, but due to being shot twice, this put both him and his host-to-be in danger had they not reconciled their feelings. While merged, Ultraman and Shin could see and utilize each others' memories, and communicate with each other.
  • Size Change: While merged with Shin, Ultraman was able to fight at a human stature but showed he could easily return to his normal size.


  • Spacium Beam: A powerful beam of light fired from Ultraman's hands when they are arranged in a "+"
  • Ultra Slash: A buzzsaw-like energy disc in his hand that can be thrown at foes, slicing through monsters with ease.
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 | Ultraman Decker
Other Ultras Seven's Superior | Father of Ultra | Mother of Ultra | Ultraman King | Elek | Loto | Amia | Ultra People | Warrior of Light | Yullian | Ultraman Kiyotaka | Ultra Nyan | Ultra-Ancient Giants of Light | Tiga's companions | Ultraman Boy | Ultraman Pict | Ultraman Nice | Ultraman Hotto | Ultraman Motto | Ultraman Kitto | Ultraman Robin | Residents of the Land of Light | Ultraman Neko | Ultraman Ribut | Filis | Sora | Trigger Dark
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 Belial (Parallel Isotope) | Ultraman Tregear (Parallel Isotope) | Ultraman (Marvel) | Ultraseven (Marvel) | Ultraman (Shin Ultraman) | Zōffy
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 | Dark Zagi (Ultraman F) | Ultraman Orb Dark | Ultraman Tregear | Ultraman X Darkness | Ultraman Geed Darkness | Ultraman Orb Darkness | Carmeara | Darrgon | Hudram | Evil Trigger | 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 | Imitation Ultraman Orb | Imit-Ultraman Belial | 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 | Marie | Geed's Brothers | Tiga Dark (clone) | Ultraman Dyna (Parallel Isotope)
Manga Ultras Melos | Fightas | Ultraman Elf | Ultra Council Elders | Ultra-Ninja Squad | Ultra Wolf | Ultraman Jack (Ultra Brothers Story) | Ultraman Jupiter | W87 Ultra Beings | Thunder Arrow | Ultraman Red | Wuleian | Caesar | Ultraman Yuta | Tran | Tran's Mother | Prometheus | The Elder | Ultraman Cruz | 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)
Novel Ultras Jeanne | Amur | Dark Zagi (Ultraman F) | Ultraman F | Ultraman Dual | Navigale | Ultra Saint Tear
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)