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"I'm Ultraman. I came from Nebula M78."

―Ultraman introduces himself to Eiji Tsuburaya, The Ultra Star

"Ultraman? How nostalgic!"

Charija, The Ultra Star

The Neo Frontier Space World version of Ultraman (ウルトラマン Urutoraman) is an Ultra Warrior who somehow didn't have a relation to the Ultra-Ancient Giants of Light, instead hailing from an alternate version of Nebula M78 present in the Neo Frontier Space World. After sealing Yanakargie beneath a lake in 1965, he returned in 1996 to help Ultraman Tiga fight the Space Dinosaur when the time-traveling alien Charija sought to use the monster for nefarious purposes.


Ultraman Tiga

Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman

In the year 1965, the hero Ultraman chased the evil monster Yanakargie to Earth and sealed him away in a lake. Meeting Eiji Tsuburaya, he gave him a stone called the Ultra Star, which could summon him no matter where he was in the universe. Following Charija into the past, Daigo of GUTS was too late to stop the evil monster from being freed by its master. The alien controlled the beast and it started to destroy a town until Daigo transformed into Ultraman Tiga. He started to fight, however, the monster was too powerful for him. Yanakargie grabbed him, and started to siphon Tiga's energy, but before Tiga would die, Tsuburaya used the Ultra Star to conjure a red flying orb which struck the monster. The red orb transformed to reveal it was actually Ultraman. Ultraman restored Ultraman Tiga's energy and both used their signature beams to defeat the beast. Before Ultraman left, he saluted Ultraman Tiga, a salutation that connected both universes. Tsuburaya who watched everything and had told his writer about his first encounter with Ultraman went on to create the series that saved his company from going under and kept it going strong well into Daigo's time.


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  • Height: 40 m
  • Weight: 35,000 t (Earth gravitation)


  • Travel Sphere: Similar to his original counterpart, he can create an energy sphere covered in red light for transportation purposes.
  • Seal: He can create a seal to imprison the monster Yanakargie in a lake.
  • Ultra Charge (ウルトラチャージ Urutora Chāji): Like his original counterpart, this Ultraman can also transfer his energy to other Ultras. Used to restore Ultraman Tiga's strength.
  • Size Change: Ultraman can turn himself human sized and back to giant sized.



  • Spacium Beam: When Ultraman puts his arms in a plus "+" sign, with his right arm vertical and his left one horizontal, he can fire a powerful beam from his right vertical hand that can destroy monsters in one hit.


  • Combined Ray: Ultraman can combine his Spacium Beam with Tiga's Zeperion Beam. It was powerful enough to destroy Yanakargie.


NOTE: The Ultraman figures that is bundled with Tiga is considered as the Neo Frontier Space World version of the character.

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  • Roots of Ultraman (2001)
    • Release Date: January 1st, 2001
The 2000 Ultra Hero Series Ultraman figure is released as part of the 3-pack along with Peguila and Ultraman Tiga (Multi Type). This Ultraman is unchanged from the regular release.
The set is exclusive to the Asakusa Ultraman Club store.


  • Ultra Monster Ultimate Collection - Tiga to Dyna - (1997)
    • Release Date: 1997
    • Price: 2,980 yen
    • Materials: PVC
Ultraman is released as part of the "Tiga to Dyna" 24-pack mini-figurine box set. He is molded in his rising gesture.


Ultraman Tiga


  • This is the first instance of an Ultra Warrior who is an alternate counterpart to an Ultra Warrior from the World of the Land of Light.
  • His surprising appearance in episode 49 was purposely made to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Ultraman Series. However, given the fact that he appeared in Tiga's universe, he remains a separate character.
  • Ultraman's grunts are a high-pitch version of the World of the Land of Light's Ultraman.
  • Issei Futamata, the voice of Ultraman, is also the narrator of Ultraman Tiga. This eventually foreshadows Yuji Machi, Tiga's voice actor to narrate the succeeding series Ultraman Dyna.
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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
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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)
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