|Nature:||The shruken and sealed forms of various Ultras, monsters and alien beings.|
|Powers:||Varies per Doll|
Spark Dolls (スパークドール, Supāku Dōru?) are the transformed bodies of Ultras, monsters and Aliens from various universes.
New Ultraman RetsudenEdit
Some time prior to the series, a multiversal war named the Dark Spark War raged between the side of good and the side of evil side, with the participants being comprised of the Ultramen versus the monsters and aliens for the universe. In the middle of the battle a dark giant appeared, looming over everyone else and transformed them into Spark Dolls. It was then that an Ultraman named Ginga fought the dark figure however their battle ended in a draw, resulting in both being changed into Spark Dolls locked away in their respective devices. The devices and the Spark Dolls fell to Earth where the Ginga Spark was eventually found and housed in the Ginga Shrine as a holy object.
Years later, Hikaru Raido found the Ginga Spark and the presence of this object caused the various Spark Dolls hidden around his hometown to being to activate. In response the Villain's lackey Alien Valky began going about giving Dark Dummy Spark to corrupt minded individuals to sow chaos on earth.
List of known spark dolls:
- Ultraman Tiga
- Alien Valky
- Red King
- King Crab
- Alien Icarus
- Super Grand King
- Dark Zagi
- Alien Nackle
- Dark Galberos
- The Spark Dolls are similar to the Ranger Keys of Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger and the Rider Cards in Kamen Rider Decade.
- They are similar to the Ranger Keys in that they hold the powers of the beings they resemble. Only in this case they are the beings they represent.
- They are similar to the Rider Cards, specifically in the movie Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider W & Decade: Movie War 2010, End of Decade, in which they both were acquired when they defeat an opponent.
- Another similarity with the Rider Cards is that they both have their own monster variations (Kaijin Ride Cards)
- They are also similar to the rider cards of Kamen Rider Diend whom can summon holographic manifestations of riders.
- The only known conscious Spark Doll appeared to be Ultraman Taro, however, Ginga spoke in Episode 6, revealing that he too, was still conscious, which may be why Hikaru cannot transform at will. Dark Lugeil presumably had a similar situation as he had to be lived by his Spark Device to appear.
- They are the first transformation items to have a major toyline, as they replace the Ultra Monster Series and Ultra Hero Series.