|Home world:||Planet Chain|
|First appearance:||Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero (2010)|
|Latest appearance:||Ultraman Geed Episode 19: "Nebula House Invasion" (2017)|
|Affiliation:||Alien Salome (Creator)|
Gomora/EX Gomora (data progrenitor)
Alternate Rei (original owner)
Chigusa Kuno (UltraLive user via Livepad)
Alien Makindo (Original owner of Spark Doll)
Gina Spectre (Spark Doll user)
Guar Army (indirectly)
Mecha Gomora (メカゴモラ Meka Gomora?) is a robotic kaiju that appeared in Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero. He is the robotic doppelgänger of Gomora.
- Subtitle: Mecha Robot Monster (メカロボット怪獣 Meka Robotto Kaijū?)
- Geed subtitle: Robot Monster (ロボット怪獣 Robotto Kaijū?)
Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden
In Part I of the special, when Rei of the ZAP SPACY encounters Mecha Gomora, he sent out his Gomora to do battle. However, Mecha Gomora proved to be a challenge for Gomora, and so the mechanical double easily beats down Gomora. Shortly afterwards, Ultraman Zero arrives, saving the ZAP SPACY and battles Mecha Gomora himself. The tides turn to Zero's favor as his own strength is enough to hold back Mecha Gomora on his own, destroying one of his head crest horns and both of his claws with his Zero Sluggers. Soon, Zero is confronted by the Robot Ultra Brothers and Mecha Gomora is called back for repairs, but not after taking out both Rei and Litra in the crossfire.
In Part II of the special, when Gomora attacks the Salome base, Mecha Gomora is repaired and unleashed to fight Gomora again. Much like last time, Mecha Gomora has the upper hand physically and beasts down Gomora with ease. The situation heightens when Darklops Zero appears and calls Mecha Gomora to help him double-team Rei's Gomora. Luckily, Ultraman Zero returns from battling the Robot Ultra Brothers and teams-up with Gomora to even the odds. With the help of both Reimons, Mecha Gomora is soon scrapped by Gomora.
- Mecha Gomora's appearance is a homage to the Toho monster, MechaGodzilla.
- Mecha Gomora's roar is Gomora's but made to sound more mechanic.
- During the beginning of Gomora's final battle against Mecha Gomora (while Ultraman Zero and Darklops Zero are fighting) Mecha Gomora's left head crest falls off after Gomora kicks him in the head. This is most likely a blooper that Tsuburaya tried to obscure with Darklops Zero, as Mecha Gomora's head crest reappears when fighting against Gomora again.
- Given that Gomora's designs inspired Greymon in the Digimon franchise, Tsuburaya Productions returned the favor, with Mecha Gomora being a reference to MetalGreymon. This is evidenced by his metallic body parts (though MetalGreymon is a cyborg rather than a robot) and possession cannons at the left part of their chest, as well as their robotic arms capable of launching chain-binded claws.
- Mecha Gomora was scheduled to be included in projects before his original appearance, but had to be pushed back. With filming of a new Gaiden already in progress, the creative team were given a single sketch to quickly create the character.
- It is stated in the "Ultraman Official Data File" that Mecha Gomora has data for EX Gomora as well as the regular Gomora in his data banks.
Ultraman Ginga: Theater Special Ultra Monster Hero Battle Royale!
Mecha Gomora appeared in the second theater special. He was the twentith monster UltraLived by the Live Pad. He fought against Gomora, Reionyx Burst Gomora, and EX Gomora. All four of them seemed even in power until Mecha Gomora fired his weapons at the three organic Gomoras. He fired his Crasher Mega at Reionyx Burst Gomora, his missiles at Gomora, and his Super Oscillatory Ray at EX Gomora. That's when the rest of the three Gomoras decided to team up against the mechanical menace. They defeated him by beating him down and pulling out his tail.
Sold to the Guar Army by Alien Makindo (before he was shot dead by Alien Shaplay), Mecha Gomora's Spark Doll was reanimated to its true form by Gina Spectre to attack a factory and act as a diversion to Xio and UPG members while Mold attacked their base. Fighting Mecha Gomora was the Sky Musketty and Cyber Gomora that was controlled by Asuna. Finally, it was taken down by the combination of Cyber Super Oscillatory Wave and Ultlaser.
In the final episode of Ultraman X, after Greeza destroyed the Xio base, Mecha Gomora's Spark Doll was absorbed by Greeza. After speaking out to Gomora and striking Greeza right in the center of his chest, Mecha Gomora, along with all of the other Spark Dolls, traveled to X and united with him. Cyber Mecha Gomora's power was used to help form the Hybrid armor and power up the Ultimate Xanadium to defeat Greeza once and for all. Mecha Gomora, along with the numerous other Cyber Cards and Spark Dolls, then appeared and thanked Daichi as he thanked them.
- Originally in episode 14, Hikaru Raido was set to Ultlive into Gomora to assist Cyber Gomora in his battle against Mecha Gomora, but this never came to be.
Mecha Gomora appeared in this mini-series where his spirit was summoned by Reibatos to help Juda Spectre finish off Ultraman Zero. But just as the mechanical Gomora launched his Knuckle Chains at Zero, Ultraman Orb appeared in his Lightning Attacker form just in the nick of time and knocked away the attack. With that trouble taken care of, Zero broke free and Orb gave Juda an electricity-infused punch to the chest. Zero then continued fighting Juda while Orb started to fight Mecha Gomora. Even though the Ultras held the upper hand against their enemies, their effects seemed to have no effect on them, and thus, the two decided to power up and so, Orb transformed into his Orb Trinity form and Zero transformed into Ultimate Zero to even the odds.
As Orb Trinity, the Ultra effortlessly dominated over Gomora's doppelganger via his Orb Slasher attacks and his close combat prowess and then Orb, alongside Zero, defeated both Mecha Gomora and Juda with a combination of the former's Trinitium Break and the latter's Sword Ray Ultimate Zero. The two evildoers then exploded and disappeared, possibly to return back to their resting places.
"Mecha Gomora, go and bring the end mark to him."
- ―Kei as he summons Mecha Gomora.
Mecha Gomora reappeared in episode 19 of Ultraman Geed where he was summoned by a recently rejuvenated Kei Fukuide via a Kaiju Capsule and a Riser and took control of RE.M. in her android form so that she can be used to control the robot. Afterwards, he sent Mecha Gomora on a rampage on the countryside near the underground base he was in at the time until he was confronted by Ultraman Geed.
While in his Primitive form, Geed did his best to fight the robot, but the latter kept overpowering him due to the fact that RE.M has watched all of Geed's battles and knows all of his every moves. Geed then switched into his Acro Smasher form where he managed to block and dodge some of his attacks, but Mecha Gomora still held the advantage over the Ultra. Geed then recovered after falling down and went after Mecha Gomora while jumping on his new energy disc attacks, but when he jumped up, he was sent crashing into the ground again by the robot's Knuckle Chain, but Geed didn't give up and convinced RE.M to fight back against Kei's control which she eventually did and managed to kick Kei out of the base after escaping Mecha Gomora.
With that ordeal behind them, RE.M told Riku to target Mecha Gomora's neck and so Geed transformed into his Royal-Mega Master form and drastically turned the tide of the fight in his favor by striking him at his weak spot and even managed to use his King Sword to block Mecha Gomora's Crasher Mega. After getting in one more sword slash at him at the neck, Geed used Ultraman's Ultra Capsule in conjunction with his King Sword to launch a Specium Flasher at Mecha Gomora, which resulted in the robot's destruction.
- Height: 44 m
- Weight: 22,000 t
- Origins: Planet Chain, Planet Yomi (Ultra Fight Orb)
- Powers and Weapons
- Mega Super Oscillatory Wave (メガ超振動波 Mega Chō Shindō-ha?): Mecha Gomora can charge up and fire a dark violet-colored Oscillatory Ray from his horn, like the original Gomora.
- Mega Super Oscillatory Wave (Zero Shoot): Like its original counterpart, Mecha Gomora can also fire this attack at point blank.
- Mega Body Missile (メガボディーミサイル Mega Bodī Misairu?): Mecha Gomora can fire missiles from his back.
- Crasher Mega (クラッシャーメガ Kurasshā Mega?): Mecha Gomora can fire a powerful energy ray from the pink light on his chest.
- Knuckle Chain (ナックルチェーン Nakkuru Chēn?): Mecha Gomora's claws are linked to a chain that can retract and be fired from his claws via rockets.
- Mega Finger Missile (メガフィンガーミサイル Mega Fingā Misairu?): Finger missiles launched from the Knuckle Chains.
- Kaiju Buster Powered
- Fireball: In Kaiju Buster Powered, he can lauch fireballs from his horn.
- Ultra Fight Orb
- Blue Flame Radiation: Mecha Gomora is capable of exhaling blue flame from its mouth. Its unknown if this attack is natural or exclusive on its revived state.
- Ultraman Geed
- Red Energy Disk: Mecha Gomora can launch red energy disks from its chest.
The most vulnerable part of Mecha Gomora is its own neck, striking it can result in the robot to scream in pain.