RAGON (‘Ultraman’ Version)


Episode Episode 4: “Five Seconds to Detonation”
Alias Undersea Humanoid
Emergence Landing on the Miura Peninsula
Height 50 m (164 ft)  ∗Described as 30 m in the drama
Weight 20,000 t (44,090,000 lb)
Homeplace Deep sea at a depth of 5,000 m (16,400 ft) of Japan Trench
Features White atomic breath from the mouth
Designer Tohl Narita
Sculptor Ryosaku Takayama
Actor Umenosuke Izumi

Ragon is a monster that also appeared in preceding “Ultra Q.”

The one of “Ultra Q” is set to be a human-sized female Ragon, and this one of “Ultraman” is a gigantic male.

In the settings they’re the species called “submarine hominid” evolving from reptiles dominant on earth two hundred million years ago.

The female Ragon had her breasts, but the male Ragon had none.


The male Ragon was the individual giganticized in the explosion of an atomic bomb in the deep sea at a depth of 5,000 meters at the Japan Trench.

It also gave him the ability to blow a white atomic breath like Godzilla.

The bombs for planet exploitation were loaded on a rocket, and the rocket crashed into the Pacific Ocean.

And he landed on the Miura Peninsula with the remaining lost atomic bomb attached to the body.

Female Ragon of “Ultra Q”

The female Ragon of “Ultra Q” just showed up to get back her baby captured by humans in the state of an egg.

And she was basically gentle though she went on a rampage to recapture the baby Ragon.

But the radioactivity of the explosion turned the male Ragon into a gigantic and ferocious creature.

An attempt to have him listen to music played through a ship to calm him down ended up making him all the madder though music on the radio worked for the female Ragon.

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