|Inhabitants:||The Spirits of Monsters, Aliens, and Sentient Beings or Bemular who live here|
|Type of Government:||None|
The Monster Graveyard (怪獣墓場 - Kaiju Hakaba) is a location in the Ultra Series. It is the burial grounds of all the fallen monsters and aliens whom had been killed by the Ultramen over the centuries or Space Monster Bemular who live here.
Not many details have been mentioned, but what is known that the Monster Graveyard is a distortion of spacetime that is located somewhere in the universe. The Monster Graveyard acts as an afterlife for the Monsters, Aliens, and Sentient Beings (both good and bad) whom have been defeated by the Ultramen or other monsters throughout the centuries. When any opponent is destroyed, their soul is lifted and sent to the Graveyard, where their bodies would be reconstructed. The creature, however, is forced to reside in the Graveyard for the rest of eternity, unless it is revived by an outside source. It has also been shown that native monsters at rest desire to stay in this place, such as when Seabozu was taken out but immediately wanted to go back. It can be shown that the Monster Graveyard acts as a Heaven to monsters. It was also stated that the graveyard was the only place where a monster can find true peace.
The Gate into the Monster Graveyard. Said to be 600,000 years old, it is recognized by its design of 3 gigantic rings looped around one another.
The Floating Continent is the massive area within the Graveyard in which the souls of the Monsters and Aliens whom had been defeated reside. It was also the destination in which the Ultra Brothers fought the revived Four Heavenly Kings, as well as where the climax of the Ultra Galaxy Film took place.
Valley of FlamesEdit
The Valley of Flames is a river of magma that resides within the Floating Continent. Deep beneath the magma is a tubular pathway of fire that encompasses a narrow pathway that leads to the weapon, the Giga Battle Nizer, which was sealed away by Ultraman King and guarded by an EX Zetton.
Monsters who live in Monster GraveyardEdit
- In the original Ultraman series, The Monster Graveyard is first seen by SSSP where they discover Seabozu headed for Earth, along with several deceased monsters.
- In The Ultraman, the Babaloneon Empire stated that all the monsters under their control were revived from the Monster Graveyard.
- In the Ultraman 80 series, the kaiju, Myu, was taken from his home in the Monster Graveyard to Earth.
- In the video game Ultraman Fighting Evolution Rebirth, in Episode 9, Ultraman journeys to the Graveyard to stop the source of where the revived monsters keep appearing in. He finds the source to be Geronimon and thus battles with the monster to stop him.
- Interestingly, this is the only incarnation of the Monster Graveyard to not take place in space. Instead it resembles an arctic, frozen wasteland, and all of the dead monsters and aliens that reside there are entombed in massive blocks of Ice.
- In the Ultraman Mebius series, GUYS travels to the Monster Graveyard after receiving a distress signal coming from it. There they find a pair of Lesser Bogars that somehow wondered in.
- In the film Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie, the climax takes place in the Monster Graveyard involving Ultraman Belial and his 100 Monster Army versus the remaining Ultra Brothers and the ZAP SPACY.
- In the film Ultraman Saga, Alien Bat stated that he took the souls of Gubira, Gomess, and Arstron as his first test subjects from the Monster Graveyard.