|Home world:||Planet Pole|
|First appearance:||Ultraseven episode 25: "Battle at -140 Degrees" (1968)|
|Affiliation:||Alien Poll (Master)|
Beryudora (Body part)
Gandar (ガンダー, Gandā?) also known as Gundar, is a kaiju that appeared in the TV series, Ultraseven episode 25. Brought to Earth by the Alien Poll, a race that once froze the world in an ice age, to freeze the planet.
Subtitle: Freezing Monster (凍結怪獣, Tōketsu Kaijū?)
- Height: 45 m
- Weight: 20,000 t
- Flight speed: 500 km / h
- Origin: Planet Pole
Planted under the Ultra Garrison’s main defense base, the monster waited as his masters froze the land and base. As Dan wandered around and fell in and out of consciousness from the snow, the Alien Pole revealed themselves and unleashed Gandar on the UG Base. Having lost the Ultra Eye in his attempt to return to base, Dan summoned the capsule monster Miclas.
The two beasts fought for what seemed like hours, tossing one another about as if rag dolls while Dan traced his steps, trying to find the lost Ultra Eye. Gandar, however, managed to tip the scales in his favor and defeat Miclas with his ice. As he did this, Dan recovered the transformation item and transformed into Ultra Seven.
As Gandar continued to beat the already defeated Miclas, Ultra Seven appeared and immedietly flew off towards the sun to recharge his energy. Seven then returned and used his Ultra Will Power to flip Gandar, making him lose his sense of direction. Soon after, Seven threw his Eye Slugger at the snail-like monster, cutting off both his arms and head. Gandar then rumbled forward and fell into the snow, dead.
- Suit Actor: Kunio Suzuki
- Although not physically seen, Gandar is one of the monsters that makes up Beryudora's Left Arm in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie.
Powers and Weapons
- Cold Blow: Gandar can fire a breath of ice from his mouth. It is strong enough to freeze a target in seconds.
- Flight: Gandar can fly at moderate speeds from the folds on its body.
- Snow Storm: Gandar's appearence is always covered by a snowstorm.