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Ultraman Jack
Ultraman Jack
Human Host: Hideki Go
Height: 40 m
Weight: 35,000 tons
Age: 17.000 (Earth age)
Home world: Land of Light
Voice actor(s): N/a
Suit actor(s): Eiichi Kikuchi
First Appearance: The Return of Ultraman Episode 1: "All Monsters Attack" (1971)
Last Appearance: {{{Last Appearance}}}
Number of Appearances: N/a
Family: Ultra Brothers (Comrades)
Mother of Ultra (Sister-in-Law)
Father of Ultra (Brother-in-Law)
Ultraman Taro (Nephew)
Ultraman Ace (Nephew)

Ultraman Jack (ウルトラマンジャック Urutoraman Jakku?), formerly known as "New Ultraman" (新ウルトラマン Shin Urutoraman?), or "Returning Ultraman" (帰ってきたウルトラマン Kaettekita Urutoraman?), is the fourth Ultra Crusader too arrive on Earth.


While nearly identical in appearance to the original Ultraman, the red pattern on Ultraman Jack's silver suit is slightly different, and he can be distinguished by his shorter "pants," fuller "sleeves" and "kneepads," and pinstripes along the red areas.

Ultraman Jack is one of the few Ultras who does not require a transformation device. Hideki Go, the human host for Ultraman Jack, simply raises his hands to transform at will when Ultraman Jack signals him to do so, or sometimes even against his will in a very desperate situation. Also, there are times when Hideki Go tries to transform, only to have the process blocked due to Ultraman Jack refusing to transform under the circumstances.

Character Design

As the new generation after Ultraman and Ultraseven, Tsuburaya Productions made the design similar to Original Ultraman. Some of the changes included were the Ultra Bracelet, the stripes on his body, and his color timer was modified as well.


The Return of Ultraman


Ultraseven giving Ultraman Jack the Ultra Bracelet in episode 18

A racer named Hideki Goh  was caught in the middle of the battle between two monsters, and was mortally wounded when rescuing a young boy, eventually dying as he arrived at the hospital. Just minutes before they removed the body from the room, Ultraman Jack came to him much like Ultraman did to Shin Hayata five years ago. Impressed by his previous act of heroism, Jack had made Hideki Goh his host and revived him. Shortly afterwards, Goh used his power unknowingly for the first time to defeat Earthtron, a monster that was attacking a mountain village. After Jack defeated Earthtron, Goh applied for MAT and quickly passed their tests with flying colors.

After learning to control Jack's power while defeating Takkong, Goh, Jack, and MAT would continue to fight monsters and aliens for nearly a year. After a defeat from Bemstar, Ultraseven gave Jack a new device called the Ultra Bracelet which has helped him even further. Over time Jack's skills and strength increased. When the alien known as Bat entered one of Goh's dreams, Jack began to have nightmares about Zetton, a monster that nearly killed the original Ultraman. Once Bat made himself known, he used a second Zetton to terrorize Tokyo while keeping Goh's friends hostage by having Zetton hold them. Jack put his life on the line to save Goh's friends, and after impaling Bat with the Ultra Lance, Zetton was quickly taken down. This proved that Ultras can take down Zetton. Jack then flew back to M78 to aid the others against Alien Bat's invasion. Afterwards, Jack returned to Earth to help other Ultras in their time of need.

Ultraman Jack is one of the few Ultras to remain in contact with his human host. Hideki Goh still serves as a vessel for the mighty alien warrior, as seen in the Ultraman Mebius series and movies.

Ultraman Ace


Ultraman Jack,Zoffy and Ultraseven having his energy absorbed by Ace Killer

Ultraman Jack reappeared in Ultraman Ace episodes 1,13,14, 26 and 27.

Jack first appeared with the other Ultra brothers to rescue Hokuto Seiji and Yuuko Minami after they were dead.

Jack also went with the Ultra brothers to the planet Golgatha and found out that there was his name on a cross when some cold wind managed to get the Ultra brothers. Him and the rest of the Ultramen gave enough power to Ace flew back to Earth. Jack also went to rescue Ultraman Ace after he sent the SOS after Ace was turned into stone by someone and he tried to rescue Ultraman after he got ambushed but he got turned into stone himself. Later, Ace "de-turn" him and the rest of Ultra Bothers and brought Father back to land of light as he gave all his energy to Ace to save him.  

Ultraman Taro

Ultraman Jack reappeared in Episodes 1, 25, 26, 27, 40, and 52. Hideki Goh also reappeared along with the Ultra Brothers in episode 40.

Ultraman Jack, with the Ultra brothers revived Kotaro after he died in a plane crash. Ultraman Jack was seen fighting Temporer with the other Ultra brothers.Ultraman Jack also got defeated by Tyrant. he sent the SOS but tyrant destroyed it and went on. Ultraman Jack also appeared chasing Dorobon down and kept following him then as Hideki Goh, he talked to Kotaro and said he was going to do Dorobon's deal and when he arose Dorobon gave him the ship and then Dorobon took off his color timer and then, Ultraman Jack deflated. Taro saved him and put his color timer back on him and they left for M78

Ultraman Leo

Ultraman Jack reappeared in episodes 34, 38, and 39.

Ultraman Jack went to get Ultraseven's Ultra Eye but he was stopped by Ashuran and Jack couldn't fight him with the Capsule monster, Sevengar in hand, so he fled to Earth and gave Seven's human form Sevengar to fight Ashuran. Sevengar was winning but when he is going finish Ashuran off, but his time limt off out of time. Later, he and Leo fought and defeat Ashuran. He took Seven's Ultra Eye and went back to Land of Light to fix it.

The evil Alien Babalou managed to trap Astra, Ultraman Leo's younger brother, and tranformed into him to fool the Ultras. Astra flew to the Land of Light, and after being followed by the Ultra Brothers (Ultraman, Zoffy, Ultraman Jack, and Ultraman Ace), he managed to steal the Ultra Key. The Ultra-homeworld fell out of its orbit, and was heading toward a collision with the Earth. When he was going to escape, he was stopped by Ultraman, and the two had a short fight, but "Astra" escaped and flew to Earth.

The other brother assisted the Ultraman. He told them that it was not Babalou who stole the Ultra Key, but "Astra". The Ultras were shocked and chased him all the way to Earth but not before informing Ultraseven that Astra took the Ultra Key. Dan Moroboshi told Gen Otori about the incident. Gen was shocked, and after "Astra" arrived on Earth, Dan tried to stop him using his Ultra powers as the Ultra Brothers landed on Earth. Thinking that harm might come to his brother, Gen would not be held off by Dan and the two started to fight. The Ultra Brothers fought the "Astra" in hope to retrieve the Ultra Key.

Ultraman managed to hurt Astra but he managed to get up. Dan Moroboshi beat Gen Otori unconscious and he began to use his Ultra powers to weaken Astra. However, Gen recovered and beat Dan rendering him unconscious. He transformed into Ultraman Leo. After a hard battle against the four Ultra Brothers, he helped the beaten Astra, asked him what he did but Astra did not answer. He begged the brothers to stop. They denied his request and told Leo that the consequence of stealing the Key was the collision of the Land of Light with Earth.

At that same moment, the Land of Light was getting closer to Earth, and natural disasters started to occur. Massive earthquakes created gigantic fissures on the ground. The Ultra Brothers renewed their attack against Leo and Astra. After a short battle, the Ultra Brothers had no choice but to use their Specium Rays against Astra. Leo, however, shielded Astra with his body, causing serious damage and fell to the ground.

"Astra" mocked the Ultra Brothers and was about to shoot them using the Key. Suddenly, a mighty thunder and lightning from the sky hit "Astra", knocking him to the ground. The Ultra Key broke into two pieces. Out of the blue, Ultraman King appeared, and after saluting Zoffy, he told the Ultras to see the true nature of "Astra". He fired his ray to "Astra", removing the disguise to reveal Alien Babalou . Ultraman King ordered the brothers to return to the Land of Light while Leo, recovered, flew to where the real Astra was imprisoned. Returning to Earth, the UN was about to launch a rocket to destroy the in-coming planet while Dan and the MAC prepared for a counter-attack. Leo and Astra, reunited, used their power to restore the key. Alien Babalou, dismayed at the return of Astra, fought both of them in hope to retrieve the key. While Dan and the MAC distracted Babalou, Astra tried to return the key to the Land of Light but was stopped by Babalou's chain. The more powerful Leo assisted and held the alien long enough for Astra to fly off to the planet of the Ultras. Leo killed Babalou with his kick and Astra managed to return the Key to its rightful place.

Six Ultra Brothers vs. The Monster Army

Ultraman Jack reappeared in the film 6 Ultra Brothers vs. The Monster Army. After Piko was killed by some robbers, Mother of Ultra took him to the Land of Light to revive him. During the resurrection process, the Ultra Brothers were present, and using their energies, they transformed Piko into the monkey god, Hanuman.

Many moments later, a Thai base was trying to launch some missiles to the sky, because it would stop the worldwide drought, and cause rain. A missile was shot, it exploded in the sky, and it caused rain, as expected, but as the second missile was shot, it had a problem, and after failing to blast off, it blew up, causing a chain reaction with the other missiles, causing an apocalyptical event, and five monsters(Gomora, Tyrant, Dustpan, Astromons and Dorobon) rised from the Earth, and started causing chaos. Hanuman appeared to fight the monsters, but after receiving too much damage from them, the Ultra Brothers suddenly appeared from the sky, and they all start fighting the monsters. After they were all defeated, Gomora, who was unconscious, wakes up, and after climbing a mountain, releases a rainbow beam, that caused catastrophic natural disasters, Ultraman and Hanuman were trying to stop him, but the beam was too powerful, and they couldn't get close. Suddenly the other Brothers arrive, and managed to interrupt Gomora's beam, and after Gomora was defeated, peace was reigning again, and Hanuman said good-bye to the Ultra Brothers, who flew back to the Land of Light.

Ultraman Mebius

Ultraman Jack reappeared in episodes 45 and 50 of the series also Hideki Goh. Goh Hideki saw that Deathrem had GUYS captive but Deathrem told him that he can't transform or else they will die. After Mebius was defeated Hideki Goh talked with Mebius and then Mebius went out to fight again. After the people had confidence in Mebius Deathrem decide to destroy GUYS but Hideki Goh transformed into Jack and blocked the fireballs that Deathrem sent. After Mebius used the Mebium Burst Jack helped him with the Specium Beam and Hideki Goh was seen at the end driving away. At the end of the series Jack went to help the Ultra Brothers unblock the sun's block. Jack talked to Ikaruga George saying they shouldn't give up. Jack use the specium beam to unblock the sun 

Ultraman Mebius and Brothers

Ultraman Jack appeared in this movie as one of the ones who sealed U-killasaurs and had to become Hideki Goh. Jack came to save Mebius when he was imprisoned by Alien Guts and Alien Nackle but got captured himself.

Superior Ultraman 8 Brothers

Ultraman Jack reappeared in this movie as one of the main protagonists.

Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie

Ultraman Jack is one of the many ultras that appeared in the film, Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie.

Although not playing a prominent role in the film, Ultraman Jack joins Ultraman Ace and Ultraman 80 in trying to fend off the evil Ultraman Belial from reaching the Plasma Spark while they are inside the Spark Tower itself. Despite the three ultras' combined efforts, Ultraman Belial brushed off their assaults and defeated all three of them with the Giga Battle Nizer. Ultraman Jack was then frozen along with the Land of Light and its population when it froze over after Belial stole the Plasma Spark, however he was freed also with them when the Spark was returned by Ultraman Zero.

Ultraman Retsuden


Jack's stand after using his Ultra Lance.

Before the climatic battle against [[Zetton|Hyper Zetton], Alien Bat unleashed 5 other monsters: Antlar, King Pandon, Tyrant, Black King and Verokron, each more powerful than before. The Ultra Brothers: Ultraman, Seven, Jack, Ace and Leo transformed into their Ultra forms in the Land of Light and flew to Dyna's Earth to help Ultraman Zero. The five Legendary Ultra Brothers arrived in the fray, and Ultraman Jack fought against his old opponent Black King. After a relatively short battle, Ultraman used his one signature moves, the Ultra Lance, and destroyed Black King once again.

Ultraman Ginga

Dark Spark War

Prior to the Ultraman Ginga tv series, Ultraman Jack participated in the Dark Spark War but this time he fought not only alongside with the Ultra Brothers but, with the other Ultras seen so far and their allies against the forces of Evil. While in the midst of battle, Dark Lugiel appeared and turn every Ultra alongside their allies, monsters and aliens into Spark Dolls. Jack was seen among his brothers, trying to protect Taro from the Dark Spark's curse. Just as the war about to end, an unknown warrior appear and faced Dark Lugiel but like the others he also turned into a Spark Doll but he was kept within his Ginga Spark and fell alongside other Spark Dolls. It is assumed that like all other Spark Dolls, Jack fell to Earth. At the end of the series he returned home with the other Spark Dolls after Lugiel's defeat.

Ultraman Ginga S

As mentioned by Taro, Ultraman Jack was among the five senior members of Ultra Brothers that donated him their powers as a sign of support. Thanks to this, Taro changed himself into Strium Brace for Hikaru Raido/Ultraman Ginga to assume Strium Mode. Jack's power was used twice, among them were Ultra Shot against Sadola and Ultra Barrier for Hikaru to escape Yapool's Dimensional Rift. It is presumed that his powers were returned back after Taro's job on Earth is done.


Ultraman Jack Data

Ultraman Jack

  • Height: 40 m (Can also be micronized to the same extent, or can temporarily become human sized)
  • Weight: 35,000 t
  • Age: 17,000 years
  • Flight speed: Mach 5
  • Traveling speed: 800 km per hour
  • Underwater speed: 220 knots
  • Jump distance: 400 m
  • Grip: 100 000 tons
  • Hearing: Can hear a falling needle tip 200 km away
  • Head: Two thousand times as hard as iron
  • Occupation: After the his time on earth he has become the teacher of the Space Garrison's dojo. Branch length is set after the name of a specific branch is unknown.
  • Hobbies: Climbing
  • Family structure
    • Father: Secretary of Science and Technology
    • Mother:  A worker at the Space Garrison's Information Center
    • Wife: Sister of  Mother of Ultra (Revealed from an article in a magazine feature learning Shogakukan)

Body Features

  • Color Timer: The standard Color Timer. Activty time lasts 3 minutes.
  • Ultra Armor: Jack's skin has the standard weakness of a Showa Ultra. Unlike the original Ultraman, he is vulnerable to electricity but is able handle the explosion of a nuclear missile.


Rise III

Ultraman Jack's rise in Ultraman Retsuden

Hediki Go will power

Hideki Go transforming into Ultraman Jack.

Will Power: Hideki Goh can transform into Ultraman Jack by sheer will, permitting that Jack allows him to. This is mostly signified by Go waving or holding one of his arms above his body and Ultraman Jack is activated. At desperate times, Ultraman Jack can transform instantaneously. 

Spark D​oll

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Ultraman Jack's Spark Doll

Ultraman Jack became a Spark Doll in the conclusion of the Dark Spark War due to the Darkness Spark's powers. He was likely kept in Dark Lugiel's collection, or was lost somewhere. <p style="font-size:14.6666669845581px;">After Dark Lugiel's defeat, Ultraman Jack's Spark Doll is likely to have reverted back to its original form and departs Earth to return home.


Ray Techniques

  • Specium Ray: Jack can fire the Specium Ray by crossing his arms in a lower case "+" style beam . It's exactly like Ultraman's Specium Ray. It can obliterate monsters in one shot.
  • Cinerama Shot: Jack's "L" style beam attack. It can destroy monsters in one shot. The attack is said to be 10 times more powerful than Ultraseven's Wide Shot
  • Ultra Slash: Jack can fire the Ultra-Slash from his hand. Same as Ultraman's and Zoffy's. Can slice through monsters easily.
  • Fog Beam: Jack can fire a stream of energy from his hand when he places his other hand above it. Similar to Ultraman's Slash Ray.
  • Eye Beams: Jack can fire powerful energy beams from his eyes.
  • Palm Fireball: Jack can send out a fireball from his palm.
  • Ultra Shot: Jack can fire an energy beam from his hand in a similar style to the M87.

Physical Techiques

  • Ultra Kick: A Powerfull kick that can cut off a monster's head.It was Used in episode 27.
  • Meteor Kick: Kick the enemy while dived up high in the sky.Use to jump over the barrier that Kingsaurus III created.
  • Ultra Spin Kick: Kick the enemy while backward rotation while jumped up high in the sky,
  • Ultra Lifter: A Techiques Jack uses to lift the enemy.
  • Ultra Chop: A chop Techique.
  • Dive Kick: A diving kick.
  • Flying Kick:A skill to kick with both feet squarely.
  • Ultra Body Drop: A throwing techique.
  • Brain Buster: Skill to hold the enemy in his arms,the body of the enemy in the front and collapsed in his back.
  • Ultra Physic powers: A technique to lift up objects mentally.

Other Techniques

  • Ultra Bracelet: A multi-purpose weapon that can be used like the Eye Slugger, but can also transform into a lance, a cross, shield, and a light reflector. It can even put back together a dismembered Ultraman.
  • Ultra Lance: A lance made from the Ultra Bracelet. It can destroy monster in one hit.
  • Ultra Spark: A spark made from the Ultra Bracelet. It can cut down opponents easily. It is used frequently by Jack.
  • Ultra Barrier: A telekinetic barrier that is powerful enough to turn back a tidal wave. Possibly one of the most elaborate displays of movements for any Ultra ability.
  • Size Change: Jack can change his size from microscopic to his proper giant size. He can even become small already when Goh transforms into him shown in Episode 32.
  • Ultra Frost: Jack can fire an ice beam attack that can defrost any frozen monsters.
  • Body Spark: Jack can send electric shock waves though his body. Used to shock monsters who are grabbing hold of Jack.
  • Ultra Hurricane: Jack can spin an enemy in the air and shoot the Specium Ray to destroy the enemy. First used in episode 51 when he fights Alien Bat and Zetton II.
  • Ultra Shield: Jack is equipped with a shield on his Ultra Bracelet. First used in against Snowgon to reflect her freeze mist.
  • Ultra Spin: Jack raises the gust for fast spin. Used in episode 14.
  • Ultra V-Barrier:Jack crosses he's arms to form a barrier.

Combination Techiques

  • Grand Spark: Jack can combined his Specium ray or Cinerama shot with other Ultras to form a powerful attack.
  • Ultra Grand Wall: Used in Superior 8 Brothers to block Giga Khimaira's shocker.
  • Superior Strike: Is a combination of 8 Ultra Brothers firing each of their finishing move. First used on Giga Chimera's Mouth that performed Disaster Burst.
  • Ultra Superior: Is a combination of 8 Ultra Brothers firing all of their finishing moves. First used to destroy Giga Chimera in Space.
  • Final Cross Shield:A shield of the combined powers of the four Ultra Brothers. Used to seal U-Killersaurus.
  • Combo Beam:A combination of Jack's, Ace's and 80's beam. Only used on Ultraman Belial.

Video Game Appearances

​Ultraman Fighting Evolution

Jack appears in Ultraman Fighting Evolution 2 and 3

Ultraman Monster Crisis

Jack also appears in Ultraman: Monster Crisis, as the main protagonist.



  • In the Malysian dub of Ultraman Ace episode 14, Ultraman Jack is called "Ultraman Shinian".
  • Jack's name was decided by a contest held by Tsuburaya and Bandai, which was held after licensing issues over the Ultraman's name.
  • Jack is the first instance of an Ultra being afraid to fight a monster (Alien Bat's Zetton).
  • In Ultraman Taro, Ultraman Jack was potrayed by the same suit used for Ultraman with more silver than red, and also red gloves and boots. He also didn't have his Ultra bracelet.
  • Jack was the first Ultra not to fight an evil clone or imitation of himself in his original series.
  • Jack was also the first Ultra not to have his series named after him, due to the fact that he was only given his official name long after his series ended.
  • Because he looks vaguely similar to the original Ultraman, most fans sometimes get the two Ultras mixed up and identify them mistakenly.

See also

Showa Ultras

Ultraman | Zoffy | Ultraseven | Ultraman Jack | Ultraman Ace | Ultraman Taro | Ultraman Leo | Astra | Ultraman 80 | Ultraman Joneus

Heisei Ultras

Ultraman Great | Ultraman Powered |Ultraman Neos | Ultraseven 21 | Ultraman Zearth | Ultraman Tiga | Ultraman Dyna | Ultraman Gaia | Ultraman Agul | Ultraman Cosmos | Ultraman Justice | Ultraman Legend | Ultraman Max | Ultraman Xenon | Ultraman Mebius | Ultraman Hikari | Hunter Knight Tsurugi | Ultraman Zero | Ultraman Saga | Ultraman Ginga | Ultraman Victory

The Ultra Force Ultraman Chuck | Ultrawoman Beth | Ultraman Scott

Ultra N Project Ultraman the Next | Ultraman Nexus | Ultraman Noa

Other Ultras

Superior | Father of Ultra | Mother of Ultra | Ultraman King | Elek | Loto | Amia | People of U40 | Hanuman | Yullian | Ultra Nyan | Ancient Giants of Light | Tiga's companions | Ultraman Boy | Ultraman Pict | Ultraman Nice | Ultra Kamen Rider | Ultra Idemitsujin | Ultraman Ribut

Counterparts/Alternate Universe versions

Ultraman (Tiga Universe) | Ultraman (Superior 8) | Ultraseven (Superior 8) | Ultraman Jack (Superior 8) | Ultraman Ace (Superior 8) | Ultraman Tiga (Superior 8) | Ultraman Dyna (Superior 8) | Ultraman Gaia (Superior 8)

Manga Ultras Zoffy (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraseven (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraman (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraman Ace (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraman Jack (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraman Leo (Story 0 Manga) | Astra (Story 0 Manga) | Ultraman Taro (Story 0 Manga) | Gorian | Zaji | Drew | Colorless | Flare | Rutia | Arufon'nu | Ars | Acura | Remodeled Ultras | Manga Ultraman Tiga | Manga 2011 Ultraman

Another Genesis Giants

Blast | Ultraman (Another Genesis) | Ultraseven (Another Genesis) | Ultraman Belial (Another Genesis) | Ultraman Jack (Another Genesis) | Ultrawoman Ace (Another Genesis) | Ultraman Taro (Another Genesis) | Luna and Corona (Another Genesis) | Ultraman Tiga (Another Genesis) | Jean-bot (Another Genesis) | Father Burai (Another Genesis) | GlenFire (Another Genesis) | Mirror Master (Another Genesis) | Ultraman Leo (Another Genesis) | Ultraman King (Another Genesis)

Imitation and Evil Ultras

Imitation Ultraman | Robot Ultraseven | Ace Robot | Imitation Astra | Delusion Ultraseven | Imitation Ultraman Joneus | Ultraman Shadow | Evil Tiga | Imitation Ultraman Dyna | Terranoid | Imitation Ultraman Gaia | Imitation Ultraman Agul |Imitation Ultraman Cosmos | Chaos Ultraman | Chaosroids | Dark Faust | Dark Mephisto | Dark Mephisto Zwei | Dark Zagi | Fake Ultraman Mebius | Fake Hunter Knight Tsurugi | Imitation Ultraman Mebius | Ultraman Belial | Darklops Zero | Darklops | Robot Ultraman | Robot Zoffy | Robot Ultraman Jack | Illusion Ultraman Zero

The Dark Giants

Darramb | Hudra | Kamila

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