Zogu (ゾグ), also known as Zog, is the final threat of the TV series, Ultraman Gaia. She was sent by the Radical Destruction Bringer to finally defeat the two Ultramen guardians, Ultraman Gaia and Ultraman Agul, and to crush mankind's spirit, in order to make a quick and easy victory. First appearing in her First Form (第1形態 Dai-ichi Keitai), the alien appeared to be an ally, before transforming into her Second Form (第2形態 Dai-ni Keitai) and attacking. She appeared in episodes 49 through 51.

Subtitle: Fundamental Destruction Angel (根源破滅天使 Kongen Hametsu Tenshi)


Ultraman Gaia

First Form

With the destruction of Zebub and the failure to recruit Ultraman Agul to fight with them, the Radical Destruction Bringer decided to put in to motion its ultimate plan. Sending one of its most powerful agents, Zogu and her Dobishi army.

The Dobishi were sent out first to swarm over the Earth blocking out the sun's light and instilling fear into mankind, then they over whelmed the Earth's guardians of the land and sea. Zogu then destroyed the three Kaiser Dobishi that had been fighting the two Ultras, before descending from a wormhole above the fight in a long beam of light in her angelic appearance, and restored Ultraman Gaia and Ultraman Agul to their full power, seemingly appearing as an Angel arrive from heaven to save the Earth.

However Zogu was quick to show her true motives. She put Agul in a trance to come towards her, Zogu then used a shock wave ball to send him flying across the city and then turned her attention towards Gaia. But then Agul tried to hold his own, but it cost him his life gauge. Zogu then shot Agul back towards Gaia rendering them both finished, she took their energy to prevent them from returning. Just before she could kill the heroes human hosts, Gamu Takayama and Hiroya Fujimiya, XIG's Team Hercules and Gamu's EX Fighter driven, by the A.I. PAL, distracted Zogu long enough for the two hosts to escape. Zogu however destroyed the EX Fighter along with PAL and returned to her wormhole as her Dobishi army spread darkness over the Earth's skies, and as a result she destroyed mankind's will to win against the Radical Destruction Bringer's forces.

XIG however refused to give and with the help from Guard America, XIG used energy of the Earth's Kaiju and converted it into light energy for Gamu and Hiroya to transform back into the Earth's guardians. As the two heroes were to eliminating the Dobishi army, Zogu attempted to ambush them, but the two were well prepared for her, being more powerful than before with the energy they had received. The two began unleashing a barrage of attacks at Zogu. Being in pain and becoming annoyed, Zogu transformed into her true form.

  • Zogu's first form body is actually her suit actress, Motoko Nagino, wearing a mask, a silk dress and a pair of hand gloves while her body is digitally brightened in order to portray Zogu's appearances.
  • Zogu is the second major antagonist to be female, preceded by Gina.
  • In one of her more humorous appearances in an Ultraman stage show, she uses Dark Charm, a perfume, to convince other aliens and even evil versions of Ultramen to do her bidding, even getting Dark Zagi and Evil Tiga to fight over her.
    • Also in multiple stage shows she was in a romantic relationship with Alien Empera.
    • In another stageshow, Empera and Zogu are implied to have been married.
    • In yet another, her, Camearra, and Mother of Ultra were going to do a beauty pageant, but all three of them refused to do it.
  • The First Form was viewed by special skills director Kazuo Segawa as an image close to Zetton.

Second Form

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Zogu's true form, a demon into which she transforms into during the final episode of Ultraman Gaia.

After being ravaged by Agul and Gaia's attacks, Zogu shed her angelic appearance to reveal the true demon she was. The unbelievably huge beast crushed buildings below her massive feet and soon attacked with an energy ball, only for the two to combine their shields to defend themselves. Gaia Supreme flew at Zogu, only to be batted down and crushed under her foot. Agul freed his ally, then together smashed off Zogu’s horns, only annoying the titanic ruler of M91, who batted them to the ground and leveled them with her energy ball.

As the two recovered, the legendary Mizunoeno Dragon arrived on the scene and attacked her with everything he had, but it was like a mosquito attacking the demon, succeeding in nothing but annoyance. The Root of Destruction unleashed another energy ball, striking the brave guardian with enough force to take him out of the battle. However, Agul and Gaia had recovered from the attack and flew straight through her throat, erupting out her back. But even this did little more than enrage the tyrant, who chased after them crushing everything in her wake. But the two Earth heroes managed to get far enough to charge up and fire their Photon Stream and Agul Stream together, forming a blast of energy that tore clean through Zogu’s massive body. Roaring in agony, Zogu’s huge form exploded into a shower of flesh, ending Zogu’s reign of terror and the invasion of the Radical Destruction Bringer.

  • 2nd form suit actor(s): Eiji Mori & Toshio Miyake
    • Zogu's second form's design was inspired by the Ultraman Kaiju Dodongo.
  • In her second form, her stats are shown to be frequently associated to the number 666. This is a reference to said number often associated with the Devil in the New Testament.

Ultraman Geed

Main article: Ultraman Belial

Zogu (Second Form)'s Kaiju Capsule is used by Ultraman Belial as a component of his Chimeraberus form.


First Form


  • Height: 127 m
  • Weight: 90,000 t
  • Origin: Unknown → Point 335N7
Powers and Weapons
  • Wormhole: Zogu can create wormholes at will and use them to travel across space.
  • Sky Beams: Zogu can fire massive blue energy beams from the sky.
  • Energy Restore: Zogu can restore the energy of other beings.
  • Hypnotism: She can hypnotize other beings to bring them near her and lower their guard.
  • Telekinesis: Zogu telekinetically lifts and drops an enemy.
  • Vicious Shockwave Ball: Her signature and strongest attack. A colorless energy ball shot from her hands, powerful enough to launch beings like Ultramen through many city blocks.
  • Electric Lasers: Zogu can fire a blue electrical laser from her finger.
  • Energy Absorb: Zogu can absorb the energy from other beings after killing them.
  • Eye Beams: Zogu shoots beams from her eyes.
  • Transform: Zogu can turn into her true form at will.

Second Form

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  • Height: 666 m
  • Weight: 660,000 t
  • Origin: Point 335N7
Powers and Weapons
  • Vicious Shockwave Ball: Same as before, but it seems to be weaker considering the same technique in her previous form knocked Agul back many blocks, while this iteration only knocked Gaia and Agul down. Can also be fired from the mouth.
  • Pain Resistance: Zogu can survive grievous wounds like having a hole blown clear through her neck and still keep fighting.

Other Media

Ultraman Festival 2000

The first part of Ultraman Festival 2000 has a mannequin being brought to life as a human girl by the Red Sphere. After becoming an unwitting pawn of Alien Zarab, the culminated negative energies transform her into Zogu (Second Form), where it fought against Glitter Tiga.

Ultraman Festival 2018

After his defeat, Alien Empera summoned Zogu (First Form) to fight against the rest of the Ultra Warriors, leaving Ultraman Rosso and Ultraman Blu standing. The brothers were joined by Gaia and Agul in taking her out later on.


Zogu 1999 original (left) and 2000 (right)



Zogu was released twice by the Ultra Monster series. The first came out in 1999 with a grey color. The 2000 version however, has a darker grey color but both are still accurate and have 6 points of articulation. Unfortunately, Zogu is only 5.5 in tall and her hands are attached to the wings and they can turn 360. In 2014, Bandai released a Zogu (Second Form) DX Spark Doll. She is very detailed and accurate. Zogu (First Form) figures have also been released.


Ultraman Gaia

Stage Shows


Ultraman Gaia Kaiju
Ultraman Gaia Radical Destruction Bringer | Vision Dragon | C.O.V. | Geel | Apatee | Primary Mezard | Mezard | Bokurag | Gan-Q Code №00 | Gan-Q Code №01 | Tenkai | Anemos | Crabgan | Rezaito | C.O.V. II | Baby C.O.V. | Varsite | Mizunoeno Dragon | Wolf Gas | Psycho Mezard | Antimatter | Deents | Mother Deents | Algyuros | Imitation Ultraman Agul | Diglobe | Zonnel | Psycho Mezard II | Lilia | Geschenk | Candea | Pazuzu | Gomenos | Zonnel II | Geel II | Zoruim | Meemos | Enzan | Rukulion | Gokigumon | Kijuro Mato | Gan-Q Code №02 | Aeroviper | Syazac | Wolf Fire | Algona | X-Savarga | Queen Mezard | Phantom Ultraman Agul | Tigris | Tsuchikera | Pazgeek | Σ-Zuigul | Black Gamu | Satanbizor | Spirit Parasites | Bizorm | Izac | Super C.O.V. | Super Pazuzu | Blitz Blots | Tigris II | Shinryoku | Mokian | Shinigami | Zebub | Dobishi | Fishman | Kaiser Dobishi | Gomenos II | Geel III | Tigris III | Zonnel III | Syazac | Zogu
Ultraman Tiga, Ultraman Dyna, & Ultraman Gaia: The Decisive Battle in Hyperspace Red Sphere | Satanbizor | King of Mons | Bajiris | Scylla
Ultraman Gaia: Gaia Again Gakuzom | Baiakuhe | Zonnel II | Rinar
Tiga, Dyna, and Ultraman Gaia Novel: The Adventure in Hyperspace Kaiser Gyrares XIII | King of Mons | Charija | Galra | Neo Geomos | Psycho Mezard | Chaos Jirak | Nosferu | Demon Gyrares XIV
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