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|Human Host/Form:||Dan Moroboshi|
Tetsuya Kitajima (temporary)
Masaki Kazimori (Heisei Ultra Seven)
Jin (Ultraseven X)
|Age:||Over 19,000 years old|
|Home world:||Planet Ultra|
|Voice actor(s):||Kohji Moritsugu (current)|
Masao Nakasone (Ultraseven in English sub, Ultraman Ace, grunts)
Osamu Saka (Ace ep. 31)
Saburo Shinoda (Taro ep. 33 & 34 [Grunts])
Ryu Manatsu (Ultraman Leo ep. 1 [Grunts])
Kenji Nakagawa (Ultraman Leo ep 51)
Hiroya Ishimaru (Ultraman Story, grunts)
Toshihiko Seki (Ultraman Super Fighter Legends)
Kazuya Nakai (Ultraman World)
Katsuyuki Yamazaki (EVOLUTION arc)
Eriku Yoza (Ultraseven X, grunts)
|Suit actor(s):||Koji Uenishi (Except for episodes 14 and 15)|
Eiichi Kikuchi (episode 14 and 15)
|First Appearance:||Ultraseven Episode 1: "The Invisible Challenger" (1967)|
|Last Appearance:||Ultraman Geed Episode 1: Welcome to the Secret Base (2017)|
|Number of Appearances:||Appearance lists|
Father of Ultra (Uncle)
Mother of Ultra (Aunt)
Ultraman Taro (Cousin)
Ultra Brothers (brothers in arms)
Ultraman Zero (son)
Ultraman Leo (Student)
Ultraman Zero (son)
Ultraseven (ウルトラセブン Urutorasebun?), sometimes spelled Ultra Seven, Ultra-7 or just Seven (when being referred to by the other Ultras, including his son), is the third Ultra being to come to Planet Earth (first and only in the spin-offs). He came to our planet after being sent to map the Milky Way, but this planet caught his attention and arrived here, he took the appearance of a brave man and renamed himself as Dan Moroboshi. Ultraseven protected Earth for a long time, but in the end his power was weakening due to the numerous battles he had, he left Earth after his last battle without being able to say good-bye to his team members of the Ultra Garrison. However, at later times he returned to Earth to assist his other brothers-in-arms in catastrophic events, fighting against mighty aliens like Alien Hipporito, Alien Temperor, Yapool and Grozam. He later was revealed to have a son named Ultraman Zero, who became one of the most skilled Ultras from the Land of Light.
Differences from the original Ultraman
Given that Seven was originally conceived to exist in a universe where the events of Ultra Q and Ultraman never took place, Ultraseven bears many differences to the other Ultra Brothers, although Taro bears some resemblance to him.
- Seven's eyes are bright yellow and more boxy compared to those of Ultraman and Zoffy.
- Seven has visible pupils.
- Seven lacks a Color Timer, instead possessing a Beam Lamp which blinks only when he is in grave danger.
- Seven lacks a time limit due to his Protectors, which harness energy directly from the sun.
- Instead of saving a human in need and becoming a symbiote with them, Seven instead created himself a human form, Dan Moroboshi, after rescuing Jiro. The downside of this is that any injuries he sustains carries over to his human form.
UltrasevenA soldier from the Land of Light in the Nebula M78, 340 was originally sent to map the Milky Way Galaxy, where he eventually visited a planet that interested him, our very own Earth. On his first visit to Earth, he saved the life of a young mountain climber named Jiro Satsuma, who had nearly fallen to his own death to save a fellow climber from sharing his fate. However, instead of merging their bodies, as Ultraman had done to Science Patrol member Shin Hayata, 340 transformed himself into an exact likeness of the unconscious Jiro, though he outfitted himself in civilian clothes more casual than Jiro's had been. But he renamed himself "Dan Moroboshi" to avoid confusion with Jiro. A mysterious but friendly and helpful young man, Dan joins the Ultra Guard as its sixth member, but unbeknownst to them (or anyone else for that matter), he saves the day from alien invasions in his true guise as Agent 340, christened by the Garrison as its "honorary 7th member," Ultra Seven.
During his time on Earth, Ultraseven eventually faced several moral dilemmas, separating his series as darker at times from most Ultra series, such as when mankind destroyed entire alien cities, or when their weapons testing devastated another planet creating a vengeful monster who was ultimately a victim of humanity's folly.
Near the end of his stay on Earth, Seven found his power was weakening, he was eventually contacted by his Superior who explained that his sudden weakness was a result of all his injuries piling up and that he had to return to the Land of Light and seek medical attention. However, Seven refused, as Earth was under attack from the Aliens from the planet Goth and their Monster Pandon. As such, his superior placed a mental lock in his mind preventing him from using the Ultra Eyes to transform. However, during their first battle with Pandon, Dan managed to circumvent this lock, he fell onto his glasses instead of putting them on, allowing him to transform and break the lock. But even though he thus transformed, and saved his friends, Seven found that his powers were weakening. His Emerium Ray no longer had even a shadow of its former power, and his Wide Shot had fallen out of the question. He only defeated Pandon by using his Eye Slugger during an opening. After that, upon resuming his human identity of Dan Moroboshi, he was rushed to the emergency room with terrible injuries. He later left without anyone noticing, but crashed his car.
Dan was taken in by a nearby family and saw on the news that the Goth Aliens were destroying major cities around the world. Desperate to stop them, he left again, entering a warehouse to transform. There the image of his superior again tried to stop him from transforming, but he refused. Even the timely appearance of Anne, the confession of his true nature and his feelings, and her similar confessions and pleading were still not enough to stop him, and he transformed. Seven tunneled through the Earth rescuing his missing friend and destroying the Goth Aliens. Alas, Pandon returned, this time as a cyborg, and began to trounce the Ultra, even catching his Eye Slugger; only the timely intervention of the Ultra Guard saved him and allowed him to make use of his power of telekinesis to decapitate the two-headed monster, killing it for the final time. With his body near its limit, and Earth finally saved, Seven took off into the morning sky, departing for his home world as his friends from the Ultra Garrison watched.
After defeating Pandon, Seven's body had taken too much damage, and fell back to Earth in what could only be called a coma. His body was held at a secure facility and the giant of light was watched over by the Ultra Garrison, by his friend Shigeru Furuhashi. Meanwhile Aliens from the Planet Pitt plotted and schemed on Earth. Eventually they sent their weapon Eleking to kill the slumbering guardian. Although they succeeded in destroying the facility, they failed to realize when they left that Seven was still alive. Roused from his slumber he stood up and gathered sunlight to refuel himself, and then went off to battle the Aliens stopping the weapon with help from the Earthlings' new solar weapon and rescuing a hostage in the process of destroying the invaders. With that done Seven returned to M78.
Later on Seven fought and defeated a native of the planet Metron who was targeting Earth, defeating him in space. Knowing of his children's plans he returned to Earth to stop them, again as Dan Moroboshi. Appearing seemingly as a mirage to the Ultra garrison member, Dan made his full appearance when they raided the base of the two metron siblings, holding them off while the Ultra Garrison rescued a human researcher important to their plans. All three aliens transformed with Seven defeating the daughter while the son took on giant form and called his pet Dinosaur (the name of the creature). Seven fought the two and was holding his own until Metron used his device to cover the sky with clouds, cutting Seven off from the sun and weakening him. It seemed Metron would have his revenge until Shigeru came in the Ultra Hawk and cleared the skies for him allowing the Ultra Crusader to vanquish the evil pair.
He appeared once again in Ultraseven 98. During this time he traveled across Earth as a drifter. When the need arose for him to assist the new Ultra Garrison he would often hold young Member Kazimori in capsule form and take on his appearance. His old friend Furuhashi was now a high ranking member of the TDF (Terrestrial Defense Force), the world wide organization that funded all the Showa era defense teams. The Ultra Garrison had new members and a new captain.
Later on Seven again visited the Earth. Seven arrived on the Lunar base to find it destroyed and his friend dying. Seeking the culprit, he followed Alien Valkyrie to Earth determined to bring the villain to justice. Seven eventually tracked the villain to a desert where the new Ultra Garrison was also tracking the alien, however the evil alien had the power to possess humans. Dan eventually came across the new Ultra Garrison who were not acquainted with the knowledge of his human form, and thanks to Valkyrie possessing one of their number they mistook him for an alien forcing Dan to knock them out. The possessed human escaped and at his own encouragement Dan shot the boy, fatally wounding him. Valkyrie left his host and an attempted to possess the only possible host nearby, Dan, but possessing an Ultra even in human form was beyond his abilities and so the alien was forced out of the shadows and showed it's true disgusting visage at giant size. Dan transformed and the two battle with the tide turning against Seven when the alien clouded the sky. Eventually Seven pulled through and finished off the creature with his Wide Shot. His friend avenged, Seven returned to human size and checked on the young man who was dying, Masaki Kazimori. To save his life Seven concealed himself with Kazimori much the same way Ultraman did with Hayata but because he had a human form already, when Seven took control the boy morphed into Dan Moroboshi and vice versa.
Although Seven remerges with Kazimori, Dan does not make a reappearance as Kazimori and Seven undergoes a deeper merger than before, to the point that Seven now speaks with the young man's voice.
The Return of Ultraman
After Ultraman Jack was getting beatened by Bemstar, Jack headed to the sun to get more power, until he heard a voice that warned him that he will die if he gets caught in the Sun's gravity. But Jack was hurtlingly towards the sun, seemly doomed until Ultraseven saved Jack. Ultraseven soon gave Jack the Ultra Bracelet that would help him in other upcoming battles, and Jack went back to Earth to fight Bemstar.
On Christmas Eve, Jack was captured by Alien Nackle after a defeat from him and Black King he was taken to Planet Nackle to be executed. But then Ultraseven and The Original Ultraman flew to rescue Ultraman Jack from Nackle by using the Ultra Star which revived Ultraman Jack and destroyed his ships. Ultraman Jack thanked his comrades and went back to Earth.
After the sacrifices of Yuuko Minami and Seiji Hokuto saved the people from Verokron, a Chouju created by Yapool; Seven, along with the Ultra Brothers and their new member Ace flew to them, restored the two to life and Ace was assigned to protect Earth and became the host of them.
Seven and the Ultra Brothers arrived to planet Golgota when they taught Ace how to summon an Ultra Sign. They saw their graves and they knew this was all a trap to lure Ace out of Earth, but didn't know why he and the other Ultras were called. But before Ace could get to Earth they started to freeze, so The Ultra Brothers used the Ultra Charge to get Ace to Earth. Seven along with The Ultra Brothers were tied on their crosses. Ace Killer appeared and absorbed the Ultra's powers and watch Ace Killer fight a robot of Ace. When the humans were planning to blow up Golgota, Hokuto went in a rocket to get to the planet. Hokuto transformed into Ace and blew up the missile and came back to the Ultra Brothers. But he had a tough battle with Ace Killer, so they give Ace their energy from their color timers, Ace was able to defeat him with Space Q. They went back to M78 while Ace went back to Earth to fight Barabba.
When Ace summoned the Ultra Sign, Seven and the Ultra Brothers flew to Earth, and were shocked to see that Ace had turned into a Jade Statue. Alien Hipporito suddenly appeared, and they were prepared to fight, but Alien Hipporito trapped Ultraman, and Zoffy in chambers while he and Jack dodged away from it. Seven furious of the death of his cousin fought Hipporito alone while Jack tried to get Ultraman, and Zoffy out but was trapped to after attempting to get them out with his Ultra Bracelet. Seven took on him well, Until Hipporito got him off, and damaged him badly, and trapped him too. All the Ultra Brothers were turned into statues making TAC the only ones to save the Earth. But then The Father of Ultra appeared and battled Alien Hipporito and turned Ace back to normal.But the long journey made his Color time turned red so he ripped it off reviving Ace, and died. After Ace defeated Alien Hipporito The Ultra Brothers were back to normal, and Ace revived them with a Color Timer. They took the Father of Ultra back to the Land of Light to revive him.
During the battle when Ace was about to kill Baktari Seven ordered him not to kill him. Ace threw Baktari into space, and Ultraseven appeared, and used his Emerium Ray to turn Baktari back to a tapir, and Ace took him back to Earth where he can be in peace.
When Ace was killed by Firemons Ultraseven appeared having a talk with Ace encouraging him and telling him not to give up until the very end then reviving him.
After Hokuto ate a bean that turned red, and was affected by Onidevil, Hokuto wasn't strong anymore, including Ace wasn't able to defeat the Chouju. When Hokuto was put in a hospital, Ultraseven sent them both to M78 to use the Ultra Capsule to remove the beans out of their body. Hokuto and Ace were thus cured.
After taking the Father of Ultra back to M78 after the battle with Alien Hipporito and while Ultraman Taro fights Enmargo, Juda summons Grand King. The Ultras see him coming and lured him to another planet. While the Ultra Brothers were completely decimated by Grand King, Father of Ultra awakens and says Taro is the only one able to defeat it.
The Mother of Ultra tells Taro this and he defeats Enmargo. He flies to the aid of his brothere's. Then Mother of Ultra tells them they must channel their energy into Taro's horns. They do so and vanish, and Taro becomes a super Ultra. He soon defeats the monster and Juda vanishes. He revives the Ultra Brothers and they return to the Ultra star. Father of Ultra is recovered and they all have an inspirational conversation and Taro became a member of the Ultra Brothers.
After the sacrifice of Kotaro Higashi against the kaiju Astromons, Seven along with the Ultra Brothers and Mother of Ultra to him to M78 and provided energy to help revive Kotaro and have him be Taro's host.
After Taro felt sorry for killing the Queen Tortoise, he took Queen Tortoise's body and flew off with her to lure them away. Mini Tortoise tried to fly off with after him, but she was too young so King Tortoise let Mini Tortoise hang on to his shell and he tried to fly, but Mini Tortiose was too heavy, leaving them grounded. Ultraseven arrive giving Mini Tortoise a ride on his back flying off with her and King Tortoise followed and were taken into space where Queen Tortoise had been revived. Now she, King Tortoise and Mini Tortoise could live in peace without humans further assaulting the monster family. so they sent them to outer space so they could live in peace.
In Episode 25, After Taro retreated after being hurt by Mururoa and went to the Land Of Light. Seven and the Ultra Brothers were waiting for Taro when he arrived. They all went to retrieve the only item which could clear the space monsters's smoke, the Ultra Bell. Taro and the Ultra Brothers arrived, pulling the Ultra Bell with them. The legendary device’s tolling cleared away Mururoa’s darkness in an instant. After Mururoa was defeated Taro returned the Bell.
In Episode 29, after Bemstar was revived by Yapool, ZAT were watching footage of Ultraman Jack fighting Bemstar and eventually defeated Bemstar the same way that Jack did.
Ultraseven and the Ultra Brothers joined Kotaro for some lunch on Earth but then Zoffy told them about Alien Temperor and said that Temperor will turn Earth into a warzone if the Ultra Brothers fight him so they let Ultraman Taro fight Temperor alone only for Taro to nearly die. Dan swaps bodies with Tetsuya Kitjama to make sure Taro won't depend on the Ultra Brothers. However after a memorial was held for the ZAT members that "died", Kotaro meets the disguised Ultra Brothers after he runs out of ZAT base. Then Kitjama and Vice Captain (Ultraseven and Ultraman) tell Kotaro that they'd rather wait on the Ultra Brothers which angers Kotaro and fights Temperor. After the Ultra Brothers thinking that Taro disappeared, they transform in there Ultra forms only for Taro in a Ultra Ball to destroy Alien Temperor. However the fight wasn't over.
After Alien Temperor's first death, the Ultra Brothers now in there original human forms meet with Kotaro and Ace and Jack show regret for not helping him. However Kotaro becomes arrogant and cocky about killing Alien Temperor saying it was a piece of cake and Kotaro leaves to ZAT. The Ultra Brothers where became very disappointed and angered especially Ace. As Zoffy breaks the news that Temperor has revived, the Ultra Brothers go into their ZAT human forms and launch a attack on Temperor with the ZAT attack planes only for Kotaro being very cocky and just uses a car to make Temperor dizzy and run away. The Ultra Brothers agree if Kotaro is still cocky he may not be a Ultra Brother.
As Temperor's new plot works,he captures Kotaro in his tiny cape and is prepared to kill him. The Ultra Brothers as ZAT fire the Storium Ray from the plane, only for Temperor to not have a scratch and nearly kills Kotaro. After a chat between Kotaro and Zoffy as Dr. Ochanti the Ultra Brothers are exposed by Temperor and must take cover. At first the Ultra Brothers (including Kotaro) disguise as volleyball player only for Temperor to instantly expose them. Kotaro however manages to let Kittari (the son of Dr. Ochanti) to use the Ultra Balls that were used to stop Temperor the first time again and this time all of the Ultra Brothers finally fight and managed to kill Temperor and his ship. The rest of the Ultra Brothers offically call Taro a Ultra Brother and wave him goodbye and remind Taro of teamwork.
Ultraseven fought Tyrant in Saturn after Ultraman and Zoffy were defeated. Ultraseven, like his brothers, was defeated by Tyrant.
The 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 known as Gomora, Tyrant, Dustpan, Astromons and Dorobon arose 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 reigned again, and Hanuman said good-bye to the Ultra Brothers, who flew back to the Land of Light.
Ultraseven returned to battle Alien Magma and his bodyguards, The Gillas Brothers. While holding his own in battle against them, he was eventually overpowered, getting his leg twisted in the process, but he was saved by the arrival of Ultraman Leo. By the end of the battle, Seven's leg was too injured to return to duty and his Ultra Eye was damaged. Gen Ohtori, Leo's human form is then invited by Dan Moroboshi, Seven's human form, to join MAC where he became captain. Dan served as Gen's mentor, training him hard when ever he was defeated but his sometimes brutal training allowed the young warrior to vanquish his opponents and reach a new level of skill each time. Later Ultraman Jack & Hideki Goh arrived on Earth to deliver a Monster Capsule that would help Seven while Jack gets his Ultra Eye fixed but had some difficulties fighting Ashuran which he defeated along with Leo.
When MAC's Space Station was being destroyed by Silver Bloome, Dan was believed to be dead for the rest of the series.
Seven appeared in Leo's dream when he invited Leo to the Land of Light and fly back to space. When Leo's was getting badly hurt by Black End, Ultraseven encouraged him to show his powers to them.
After Ultraman Leo
Although it is made clear that Seven (as Dan Moroboshi) managed to escape MAC's base as Silver Bloome consumed it, how he actually escaped is different in some non-television media.
- Ultraman Mebius novel: During Silver Bloome's attack, he was teleported to the Land of Light by the Mother of Ultra as she healed the wound he suffered from Giras Brothers' attack and presented him the fixed Ultra Eye, allowing him to become Ultraseven once more.
- Mamoru Uchiyama's manga serial: Ultraseven was killed during the genocide in his human form, Dan Moroboshi. Eventually, he was revived sometime later when the Ultra Warriors launched an all out attack against Alien Jackal army, with Seven revived alongside his Ultra Brothers comrades that were killed by King Jackal as they fired their finisher rays and ended his reign of terror.
Ultraman Mebius & The Ultra Brothers
After Mebius was frozen by Glozam, Dan raced on his horse to save him. During this crisis he befriended GUYS' member Konomi Amagai, assuring her that Mebius was alive and that she was not useless. When GUYS began their operation to free Mebius, Dan transformed and held off Glozam while allowing Mebius to be freed. Together they battled the undead alien, but it was ultimately Konomi with her modified METEOR that ended the immortal after the pair shattered his body.
Later at the end of the series during the battle against Alien Emperor, Seven helped the other Ultra Brothers with freeing the sun from its rock casing the emperor had coated it with and had a telepathic conversation with Crew GUYS, encouraging them to keep fighting, allowing them to revive Mebius and beat the all powerful alien.
- Main article: Ultraseven (Superior Universe)
Ultraseven appears as an alternate dimensional version of himself in this movie.
A hero from another world and a legendary fighter, Ultraseven’s Earth would be free of threats for years until a parallel world discovered a gateway to his, via the Aqua Project. On that parallel world, mankind was unknowingly controlled by an invisible force, who then sought to spread their influence to Seven's reality. Two humans native to the other dimension, Jin and Elea, discovered the invasion plot and were attacked as they attempted to stop it. Elea and Jin fell into the water, and Jin was mortally wounded shielding his lover from several blaster shots. In the water as they sank, Elea’s prayers reached the giant from another world who was using the gateway between their worlds. He’d revive Jin and merge with him, granting him his power, but the human would lose his memories, while Seven would enter a self induced coma, less his powerful mind overtake and destroy the human's consciousness.
Jin awoke in his apartment with Elea where he was told he was the world’s savior. After this, Jin was gifted with the Ultra Eye that would allow him to call on the power of Ultraseven. His first opponent was the gigantic Galkimes and their masters, but the creatures were no match for the giant’s strength and firepower. All the invaders, were soon vanquished.
More and more aliens would appear on the Earth, a few invaders and several victims of circumstance, most of them being destroyed, returned home or for the lucky few, found a home on Earth, thanks to Ultraseven, Jin, Elea, and the two DEUS agents Kei and S. However, as the time of invasion of the other world came closer, so did the final battle. Twisting media information, the Shadow Rulers targeted Elea, the last surviving member of the Aqua project team, and the only human who knew of their influence. Their hit list also extended to Jin when his investigation started to get to close and Kei and S when they joined them in their crusade. They split into four groups, Jin and Elea, and S and Kei, who would target two facilities vital to the Shadow rulers control of the Earth and the Aqua project.
During the journey Jin and Elea were met upon by Mech-Graykess, one of the drones of the alien invaders. Ultraseven was summoned to fight three of the spider-like creatures, but was overpowered due to Jin's inexperience. The creatures held him in place with their webs and repeatedly battered him with energy blasts. During this time Jin was contacted telepathically by the Shadow Rulers who excused their presence as necessary by simple nature as well as their invasion. No longer needing the red giant to play hero for them the three drones defeated Ultraseven. The giant was down, and as Jin was left lying motionless, Elea revealed to him the true origins of the giant and why his memories were gone. Ultraseven awoke after hearing her, taking over the body of Jin and he quickly transformed again, this time obliterating the three creatures with little trouble before killing a fourth drone and tunneling into the ground and entering the underground lair in which the rest were located. Firing away with his Eye Slugger and Wide Shot, he killed the rest of the Graykess, causing all their machines on the planet to crash and burn and saving the Earth but not before rushing off to safe Kei and S from their bomb as they destroyed the data relay station. His work done, his, and the parallel world were safe now. He returned to Elea, resting Kei and S safely on the ground before separating from his host and giving a fully healed Jin back to Elea, alive and well. He returned home, to his own world, in the form of Dan Moroboshi to be with the one he loved: Anne.
Ultra Galaxy Mega Monster Battle: Never Ending Odyssey
Ultraseven was stuck in Armored Darkness after absorbing him. Then Rei kept seeing him in visions where it was Ultraseven fighting Armored Darkness. After Rei defeated Armored Darkness for the first time Ultraseven got revived and gave Rei Miclas. At the end of the series Ultraseven went back to retrieve Miclas and escaped with ZAP SPACY after Alien Rayblood wanted Rei.
Ultraman Mebius Gaiden: Ghost RebirthSeven appeared at this Gaiden special along with Jack, Ace, Ultraman, Taro and Zoffy and seeing Hikari's Ultra sign. Hikari was captured, Ace and Taro were sent to investigate this. He was not seen after that.
Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie
He plays an important role in this movie. He appeared after Mebius defeated Bemular in the planet they were on. The Ultras Brother begin to discuss about the minus energy issue. Seven, Ultraman, and Mebius were sent to set up a defense against Belial. Seven later teams up with Ultraman and Zoffy to fight Belial. Seven also loses to Belial and he shielded himself from the Land of Light being freezing by using a shield. He was not able to keep his Ultra form due to the energy lost during the battle. He helped Rei defeat the monsters with Ariga, Miclas and Windam as his capsule monsters as Dan Moroboshi. He later was fighting against Alien Shapplay and defeated him with Hayata and Mirai. After using their willpower, they got back their light and transformed to their Ultra forms and went to the Monster Graveyard to fight Belial. He was fighting the monsters but Belial shot him with the Geno Thunder, knocking him down. Belial later brainwashes Rei and turns him into his Reiyonx form and he fought Gomora and was severely injured when Gomora slashes him with his finisher. He later uses the last of his strength and defeated a monster. He sent his Eye Sluggers to the planet where Zero was training. Zero brought him to a safe place after he came, he managed to speak his son before he died. He was revived after that and reunited with Zero and both hugged each other as all the Ultras went to listen to King's speech.
Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire
He reappeared in this movie in a minimal role. He first appears fighting a Darkclops and fought them along with Zero. He was later seen at the discussion and Zero decided to go. Seven later gives him the Zero Bracelet and giving his light energy to Zero, and was seen later fighting the Darkclops and was defeated. He was seen later after Zero beats Belial.
At a council held by the Ultra Brothers, Seven noted that his son, Zero, was journeying between universes, eventually landing in one he had never visited before. Seven wondered if this had anything to do with a major threat affecting the entire multiverse. A ship of unknown origin giving off a strong amount of minus energy was abducting monsters, dead or alive, even those in the Monster Graveyard. The Ultras declared they would watch for the threat but also noted they could only monitor a small amount of the countless other multiverses at any time. Before the climatic battle against Hyper Zetton, Alien Bat unleashed 5 other monsters: Antlar, King Pandon, Tyrant, Black King and Velokron, 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 and informed him that he and the Ultra Brothers will stand against the monsters. The Brothers arrived, Ultraseven, leading his brothers, fought against his old nemesis Pandon. After a short battle, Seven used his signature weapon, the Eye Slugger, and finished off Pandon, cutting it in half. Ultraseven and the Ultra Brothers then departed for the Land of Light as the final battle against Bat and his kaiju began.
Dark Spark War
Prior to the Ultraman Ginga tv series, Ultraseven participated in the Dark Spark War but this time he fought not only alongside with the Ultra Brothers but, with the other Ultras and their allies against Dark Side. In the war Ultraseven faced his nemesis, King Pandon. In the midst of battle an unknown evil turned every Ultra alongside their allies, monsters and aliens into Spark Dolls. With the war over, an unknown warrior appeared and faced the villain but like the others he was also turned into a Spark Doll which was kept within his Spark Device and fell alongside the other Spark Dolls to Earth. The location of his Spark Doll is in Dark Lugiel's possession.
Ultraseven's Spark Doll was later DarkLived by, turning him into the evil form of Ultraseven Dark (ウルトラセブンダーク Urutorasebun Dāku?). His owner was Seiichiro Isurugi, Misuzu's father. Together with Tomomi Kuroki and Shingo Kuwabara, they tried to change the Furuboshi High School into a composite type of resort. In battle he is paired with the Ultraman Spark Doll.
He first appeared to finish Antlar, due to the monster being weak. Seven Dark then battled Ginga, but Isurugi also Darklived Ultraman into Ultraman Dark, switching between the two. The two Dark Ultras overpowering Ginga, to the point Ginga collapsed, due to already being tired before battling the two Ultras. Despite Jean-Nine's arrival, the two Ultras were still too strong. However, Ginga didn't give up and eventually defeated the two Ultras with his full power. Ginga fired Ginga Cross Shot, thereby defeating the Ultraseven Dark.
Ultraseven was UltraLived by Seiichiro using the Ginga Light Spark to assist Jean-Nine in the fight against Super Grand King. However, like the others, he was ultimately defeated despite their immense effort.
Like all the other spark dolls Seven was freed of the Dark Spark's curse. He and the other Ultras would have then departed for the Land of Light.
Ultraman Ginga S
As mentioned by Taro, Ultraseven 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 the Strium Brace for Hikaru Raido/Ultraman Ginga to assume Strium Mode. Ultraseven's power was seen used, among them were Wide Shot against King Joe Custom and Emerium Ray against Five King. It is presumed that his powers were returned back after Taro's job on Earth is done.
"Now, it's time to use our strongest bonds. Go, Ultraman Orb!"
- ―Ultraseven to Orb
Seven reappeared in the second episode along with Zoffy and Jack talk about the evil aura of Planet Yomi and finally the three left the Space Garrison Headquarters.
"You go take a rest. I need to show off to my son from time to time."
- ―Ultraseven, episode 4
Seven arrives to Planet Yomi along with his comrades to save Zero and eventually confronts his old enemy: King Joe. Seven fights brutally with King Joe, knocking him on the chest multiple times until he throws him to the ground. Once on the ground Seven hits King Joe quickly until the Ultra uses his Eye Slugger to cut several times the body of the robot to the point of damaging it mortally and making it explode. After that, Seven and Zero trains Orb in the Shining Field where Zero created. When Orb passed the training, Seven gives Orb a copy of his Ultra Fusion Card and witnessed the latter transforming into Emerium Slugger form. Soon, Seven teamed up with Zero and Orb to defeat Tyrant. After Reibatos defeat, Seven acknowledges Orb's efforts and noticed Zero had something as he asked his son but Zero assure him there is nothing wrong.
"Don't go! This universe... is not going to last. "
- ―Seven as he prevents an injured Zero from moving forward.
Seven was among the Ultra Warriors who participated in a counterattack against Belial. When the tyrant initiated Crisis Impact, Seven can only held his son from progressing, helplessly gazing over their failures before King sacrifice himself to reverse the damages. Years later, his power lies within the Little Star host Toru Honda and was salvaged as Seven Capsule by Riku Asakura, allowing Geed to assume Solid Burning in conjunction with the Leo Capsule. He appears in the final episode after sensing Geed's determination and courage in defeating Belial in the Land of Light.
- Aliases: Redman, Star Charter No. 340 by the Space Garrison, Red Giant (Ultraseven X), and Ultraseven Dark (Dark Lived)
- Human Form: Dan Moroboshi
- Human Host: Jin, later returned the Ultra Eye
- Activity Time: Undefined (If there is solar energy he can recharge)
- Transformation Item: Ultra Eye
- Height: 40 m (According to the analysis of Alien Guts he can grow up to 50 meters)
- Weight: 35,000 t
- Age: Over 17,000 years old
- Flight Speed: Mach 7
- Running Speed: 800 kmph
- Underwater Speed: 240 knots
- Jumping Distance: 400 m
- Physical Strength: Ultraseven can lift 100,000 tons.
- Kick Force: Powers of 2000 sticks of dynamite.
- Weaknesses: Cold
- Occupation: After returning from earth, Ultraseven served as a Branch chief of the Space Garrison. He became a member of the Space Garrison Elite like the older Ultra Brothers
- Hobbies: Swimming
- Family Structure:
- Father: Head of the Space Garrison's warriors
- Mother: Died during Seven's childhood
- Brother: The current Director of Space Garrison headquarters
- Sister: Raised him after their mother died
- Zero's Mother: Unnamed scientist. Her current whereabouts are unknown as is her status to Seven.
- Son: Ultraman Zero
- Cousin: Ultraman Taro
- Aunt: Mother of Ultra (Mother's Sister)
- Uncle-in-Law: Father of Ultra
- Step-Cousin: Ultraman Ace
Dan Moroboshi can transform into his true form using an artifact called the "Ultra Eye." In the Canadian English-dubbed series, this artifact was renamed the "Task-Mask."
Dan would apply the Ultra Eye to his face by planting it over his eyes like a pair of eye-glasses without temples(which it resembled), spinning lights would appear in the lenses, and Ultraseven would emerge seconds later.
- Beam Lamp: The green stone on Seven's forehead, it is the equivalent of a color timer. Unlike a normal color timer the Beam lamp does not change color but simply flashes. It flashes when Seven's solar energy is low or his physical strength is depleted and/or he is gravely injured, basically any physical situation where his life in endangered will cause it to react.
- Protector: The armor on his chest and shoulders, it is the method by which he recharges his energy. The protector works continuously but can be activated at will to increase energy absorption.
- Ultra Armor: Seven's armor is typical of an Ultra from M78 in the Showa Universe, it is resistant to fire and laser blasts even when he is depleted of energy. Like any other native from his homeworld he is highly susceptible to cold weather.
Ultraseven 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 along with Ultraman, and were eventually given to Alien Nackle Gray, who passed them onto Seiichiro Isurugi, Misuzu's father. After Dark Lugiel's defeat, Ultraseven's Spark Doll is likely to have reverted back to its original form and departs Earth to return home.
This Spark Doll has been used on two (ending of Ep 8 and starting of Ep 9 are considered as one occasion) occasions by two people :
- In Episode 8's (Ginga Spark Stolen) ending, when Seiichiro uses it to ambush Ginga. The doll was Dark Lived into Ultraseven Dark.
- In Episode 9 (The Jet Black Ultra Brothers), in a rematch with Ginga. Seiichiro swapped Ultraman Dark out for Seven after Jean Nine's arrival.
- In Episode 10 (Darkness and Light), where Seiichiro Ultra Lives into Ultraseven to stop Super Grand King alongside Ultraman Tiga and Ultraman.
Unlike most other Ultramen, Ultraseven does not demonstrate any of the time constraints that plague most of the other heroes of the Ultra Series. On occasion however, the green Beam Lamp on his forehead would begin blinking in a similar fashion to the Color Timer that the other Ultras had. However, this tended to occur when Ultraseven was in mortal danger, suggesting it warned him how badly weakened he was rather than how much time he had left to fight. This is similar to some of the more recent Ultras, whose timers acted as an indicator of battle damage rather than time limit. This is because the armor on his shoulders are solar panels.
- Eye Slugger (アイスラッガー Ai Suraggā?): The crest on Ultraseven's head can be detached and used as a throwing weapon. This is Ultraseven's most well-known weapon, and possibly the most famous of all Ultra attacks. It has been incorrectly referred to as the "Ice Lugger" by various sources. This name was coined during the early pre-production on the series, which was going to be called "Ultra Eye" (Urutora Ai), hence "Eye Slugger." When the title of the series was changed to "Ultraseven," the name of the weapon remained "Eye Slugger" -- according to official Tsuburaya Productions production notes, published in Kodansha Official File Magazine Ultraman Vol. 4 & 5: "Ultraseven" (2005). As Ultraseven X the Eye Slugger could be used as a blade or a club, targets destroyed by it burst open into water vapor and suds.
- Ultra Knock Tactics (ウルトラノック戦法 Urutora Nokku Senpō?): Ultraseven can direct energy into the Eye Slugger before firing the weapon towards enemies. It has a combustible effect and can destroy enemies in one hit.
- Emerium Ray (エメリウム光線 Emeriumu Kōsen?): Various concentrations of energy rays could be fired from the Beam Lamp on his head as one of Ultraseven's finishers. It is one of his trademark moves. He would either fire it standing, his left hand drawn across his chest while his right arm was to his side, or more commonly from a kneeling position, two fingers from both hands nearly touching the gem. He can even use it to turn a Kaiju or Chouju back to normal like he did to Baktari in Ultraman Ace Episode 31. As Ultraseven X, the Emerium Ray destroyed its foes in green flames. When used on Hupnath, it appeared that the beam traveled all over the body from the impact site and vaporized the target.
- Wide Shot (ワイドショット Waido Shotto?): Ultraseven's most powerful attack. By gathering energy in the armor plates on his shoulders and chest, Ultraseven could unleash a powerful stream of energy by crossing his arms in an L-shape (his left arm upright, his right arm bent). The Wide Shot was later turned into an ordinary attack where Ultraseven can just pose his arms into a L-style and not have his energy drained. He could further increase the potency of the beam, but this special attack drains his own energy. Of course, the normal style is not as powerful as the one that needs to drain his energy. In Ultraseven X, the Wide Shot could separate into multiple beams at once and destroyed its targets in energetic, blue flames.
- Triple Shot (トリプルショット Toripuru Shotto?): The beam is divided into three smaller beams, used against the Hook Aliens in episode 47. It is performed like the Wide Shot, but the beams are fired from the wrist.
- Charged-Up Wide Shot: If his normal Wide Shot is not enough, Seven can charge it for a more powerful one.
- Stop Light (ストップライト Sutoppu Raito?): Used against Alien Prote, it is performed like the Wide Shot but Seven's hand rests on his beam lamp. It does not destroy, only disorients or paralyses the opponent for a short while.
- Eye Beams (アイビーム Ai Bīmu?): Ultraseven crosses his arms and pulls them down to his lower torso. Twin electric bolt-like beams erupt from his eyes and strike the opponent.
- Ultra Spiral Beam (ウルトラスパイラルビーム Urutora Supairaru Bīmu?): Also known as the Ultra Ring Beam or Ring Shot. When Ultraseven is severely depleted of energy, he will use the Ring Shot to replace the Wide Shot. It is executed by Seven spreading both of his arms and joining his palms together and very quickly. A ring shaped beam then zips through his palms, paralysing the enemy.
- Shuriken Ray (手裏剣光線 Shuriken Kōsen?): Ultraseven can fire a small energy beam from his hand. Although it's not strong enough to kill enemies, it can be fired continuously by both hands in rapid succession.
- Perfect Freezer (パーフェクトフリーザー Pāfekuto Furīzā?): In the Heisei series, Seven once fired a beam similar to the Tiga Freezer, cupping his hands to the side and extending one hand to fire
- Wedge Ray (ウェッジ光線 Uejji Kōsen?): Ultraseven fires a wedge shaped burst of energy from his fingertips. Used against Alien Valky and the Pitt Aliens in Heisei Ultraseven.
- Shakehand Ray (シェイクハンド光線 Sheiku Hando Kōsen?): Also called the Knuckle Beam, Seven fires destructive beams the size of his palm.
- Break Ray (ブレーク光線 Burēku Kōsen?): The beam Seven used to free himself from Alien Gut's crucifix
- Double Beam (ダブルビーム Daburu Bīmu?): Twin Beams fired from both hands, used on his assualt on the Robot Chief's forces.
- Ryu Shoot (リュウショット Ryuushotto?): Seven gathers energy with his protectors and firing a yellow energy bomb from his both hands. Used against Alien Metron in Heisei Ultraseven.
- Ultra Psychokinesis (ウルトラ念力 Urutora Nenriki?): Also known as Ultra Willpower, Ultraseven is highly skilled in this field, able to flip or throw his opponents with but a few gestures. Even in his weakened state when he fought Pandon, he could still use his mental abilities. He can use his mental powers even in human form. As Dan, he immobilized Alien Babalou who was disguised as Astra.
- Ultra Sign (ウルトラサイン Urutora Sain?): Like other Ultras, Ultraseven can create an Ultra Sign.
- Ultra Punch (ウルトラパンチ Urutora Panchi?): A powerful punch and basic technique, Seven used it to down the Alien Shadow Spacecraft.
- Ultra Kick (ウルトラキック Urutora Kikku?): A powerful kick that is several times more destructive than the Ultra Punch. There is a Jump Kick version, roundhouse kick and straight kick version of this technique
- Ultra Chop (ウルトラチョップ Urutora Choppu?): A powerful chop performed by concentrating energy into Seven's Hand. There is a double hand version to it.
- Ultra Elbow (ウルトラエルボー Urutora Erubō?): A technique used in Ultraseven X against Alien Vo-Da to free himself, is designed to break the bones of the receiver.
- Flying Mare (背負い投げ Shoinage?): Seven grabs the enemies head and neck and swings them about and then throws them. First seen used on Eleking.
- Ultra Swing (ウルトラスウィング Urutora Suuingu?): Similar to the flying mare, Seven usually grabs the tail of the beast or lifts them over his head. Used on Eleking.
- Rolling Spark (ローリングスパーク Rōringu Supāku?): Used to free Seven from Iron Rocks, Seven rotates in the air and radiates energy which swirls around like him as a projectile.
- Body Windmill (ボディ風車 Bodi Kazaguruma?): Seven rotates in the air to create a vortex of energy. Used to defeat Robot Ultraseven.
- Ultra Power (ウルトラパワー Urutora Pawā?): A technique to temporarily summon herculean strength, used on Narse and to tear of Geryon Starbem's arm.
- Dropped Brains Reverse (脳天逆落とし Nōten Gyaku Otoshi?): A technique to throw the enemy and have them fall on their head first.
- Ultra Back Breaker (ウルトラバックブリーカー Urutora Bakku Burīkā?): A crushing back breaker of pure might.
- Capsule Monsters (カプセル怪獣 Kapuseru Kaijū?): When unable to fight (usually because his Ultra Eye(see Transformation below) has been stolen), Dan will often produce a small capsule that releases a giant-sized monster to fight in his place. Although he is shown to have four or five capsules, only three capsule monsters are shown in the series, Windam, Miclas, and Agira. In the 1998 Direct To Video series, Ultraseven once incapacitated a member of the new Ultra Garrison in order to take his place by transforming him into a capsule in a similar fashion to his capsule monsters. The Capsule Monsters would later return in the form of the Maquette Monsters in Ultraman Mebius.
- Body Spark (ボディスパーク Bodi Supāku?): Used against the Hook Aliens who were weak to light, Seven crossed his arms and his body shined intense flashes of light.
- Ultra Bubble (ウルトラバブル Urutora Baburu?): Also called While Blood Cells. Foam is fired from Seven's hands. Used against the parasite Darly.
- Ultra Water Flow (ウルトラ水流 Urutora Suiryū?): A water mist from both hands, used in Heisei Ultraseven to fight a fire.
- Ultra Barrier (ウルトラバリヤー Urutora Bariyā?): Seven can create a wall of light to defend himself. It takes the form and shape of his choosing.
- Ultra V Barrier (ウルトラVバリヤー Urutora Vui Bariyā?): Seven crosses his arms and somehow block enemy attacks. He can swing them open to create a more conventional shield.
- Teleportation (テレポーテーション Terepōtēshon?): Seven can teleport himself. It is the same ability used by Ultraman, but its stance and appearance are different.
- Acceleration: During his time as Ultraseven X, Seven moved with great speed as a red blur, usually running or attacking with his Eye Slugger. He even saved Kei and S who were sitting next to a bomb as it went off.
- Slide In (スライドイン Suraido In?): Seven was able to enter the Mirror that served as a dimension gateway.
- X-Ray Vision (透視能力 Tōshi Nōryoku?): Seven can see through objects to locate his enemy through special lights emitted from his eyes.
- Ultra S.O.S (ウルトラS.O.S. Urutora S.O.S.?): Like all other Ultra-Crusaders, Ultraseven can send a green S.O.S Ultra Sign flashing in the sky when he needs assistance. His is different from Ultraman Ace's since Ace's flashes blue.
- Ultra Spliter (ウルトラスプリター Urutora Supuritā?): Like Alien Baltan, Seven can split into many forms to confuse an opponent. This is usually to drive an opponent into circles. This move takes up one minute of his energy supply and is used mainly against enemies who use teleportation, illusions or duplication.
- Size Change: Seven can change his size from microscopic to his proper giant size. His stance for this is to cross his arms in front his waist and bring them up, having his upright arms to his sides in a flexing pose.
- Solar Recharge: With the armor on his chest and arms, Ultraseven constantly absorbs solar energy, but if he is weakened from battle, he can simply turn to the sun and gather up more energy. Therefore, at night and in complete darkness, he works under a time limit like other Ultras.
- Ultra Impulse (ウルトラインパルス Urutora Inparusu?): A repelling shock wave released through Seven's hand.
- Flight (飛行能力 Hikō Nōryoku?): Like all Ultras, Ultraseven can fly through the air under his own power, often at great speeds. As Ultraseven X, his speed appeared to be much greater as he often broke the sound barrier immediately on take off.
- Flash Travel: Ultraseven can transform into a ball of red light, this is used for long distance travels through space.
- Ultra Fusion Card Creation: Seven can create his own Ultra Fusion Card, for Orb to use, using his powers.
- Ultra Cross Attack: Seven crosses his arms in a X formation before he pulls both arms out stretched to his sides horizontally. This creates a horizontal line of energy. He then puts his left arm in front of him palm open faced down, while his right arm goes to his side fist clenched. The horizontal line of splits and turns into a plus sign, He then precedes to punch it with his right fist hitting his opponent with great force. First used in Ultraseven: Evolution against Neo Pandon.
- W Ray (W光線 W Kōsen?): Seven combines his Emerium Ray with Ultraman's Specium Ray. Used to destroy the Alien Knuckle Spacecrafts and free Ultraman Jack.
- Grand Spark (グランドスパーク Gurando Supāku?): Seven can combine his Wide Shot with other Ultra beams to create a more powerful ray.
- Red Light (レッドライト Reddo Raito?): A combination move where Seven, Ultraman and Zoffy join hands and use the Body Windmill technique to generate a powerful beam. They used this beam to slow down Beatstar's Planet.
- Emerium-Mebium Shot (エメリウムメビウムショット Emeriumu Mebiumu Shotto?):Seven combines his Emerium Ray with Mebius's Mebium Shot. Used on Glozam.
- Energy Release: First used in Ultraman Mebius and the Ultra Brothers, this technique was used with Ultraman, Ultraman Jack and Ultraman Ace to free Mebius from his crystal crucifix.
- Energy String: Used against Robot Ultraseven.
- Final Cross Shield: Used with Ultraman, Jack and Ace against U-Killersaurus.
- Ultra Charge: Used with Zoffy, Ultraman and Jack to give their remaining energy to Ace.
- Energy Charge: Used with Zoffy, Ultraman and Jack to give energy to him and allow Ace to return to Earth at full strength.
- Mebium-Eye Slugger (Name Unknown): Seven throws his Eye Slugger at the enemy while Ultraman Mebius fires his Mebium Slash at Eye Slugger. This boosts the Eye Slugger's speed and is stronger than the normal Mebium Slash and Eye Slugger. Used in Ultraman Mebius Gaiden, Super Galaxy Wars.
- Double Emerium Attack (ダブルエメリウムタック Daburu Emeriumu Atakku?): A combination attack of Emerium Ray and Emerium Slash performed by Zero and his father Seven. Appeared in Ultraman Festival 2017.
Seven Dark had the same techniques as the original.
Ultra FightUltraseven reappears in Ultra Fight as a main character. He is seen being able to wield weapons such as a long wooden stick as well as throw boulders (a supposed super attack). He was responsible for the brutal murder of all other monsters at the series finale.
- Ultraseven appeared in episode 72, where he engaged Woo in a brutal brawl in a canyon which went on for quite a while with both sides evenly matched with each other until the Ultra punched the kaiju until he became unconscious.
- In episode 73, Ultraseven went up against his old rival, Eleking, where they sepnt most of their fight just grappling and throwing each other. Near the end, Eleking had Seven on the ropes, but then, he managed to escape and defeat Eleking by lifting him, spinning him around, and then throwing him down so hard, the kaiju passed out.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 74, where he went against Alien Icarus and fought him in a long, brutal brawl where they were evenly matched with each other. The fight eventually ended when Seven threw Icarus into a ditch and left him there to lie there.
- In episode 75, Ultraseven flew to where Alien Baltan was walking and decided to fight each other. While Seven initially had the upper hand, Baltan used his illusions to confuse the Ultra. He had him fooled for quite a while, but he eventually overcame them and overpowered the alien until he pushed him off. Afterwards, Baltan decided to fly away and Seven followed suit shortly after.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 76, where he took on Telesdon in a valley and after a long fight, Seven emerged victorious after he threw Telesdon hard on the ground. Before he left, the Ultra covered the kaiju in dirt as an insult to injury.
- In episode 77, Ultraseven took on Alien Guts in the mountains. They started their fight by inadvertently crashing into each other when they charged into battle and then the fight became evenly matched each other with punches, chops, grapples, kicks, and throws. Soon afterwards, Guts threw rocks at the Ultra, but Seven dodged them all and stopped the alien by throwing a rock at his head, leaving him dazed. After enduring a brutal assault of chops and kicks, Guts was thrown to the ground by the Ultra and one more chop to the head was all it took to defeat him.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 78, where he was flying in the air and then took on Alien Godola, where he held the disadvantage at first as the alien kept pinning him down, but pulled it together and defeated the alien by chopping off his claws, leaving the alien to walk away in shame.
- In episode 95, Ultraseven took on Alien Goron until Alien Godola killed the latter, resulting in Seven fighting Godola instead. After the two of them fought on for a while, Seven won the fight by tricking the alien into knocking himself out.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 96, where he watched Alien Icarus and Eleking fight each other for while then decided to step in and fight them himself. While they outnumbered him, Seven managed to hold his own against his enemies and even tricked them into running into each other. In the end, Seven defeated Eleking and then Icarus with his wits and strength.
- In episode 97, Ultraseven took on Alien Baltan on his own. The alien was overpowered by the Ultra at first, even though he did his best to fight back. Next thing Seven knew, Eleking showed up from behind him and held him still, leaving Baltan free to attack him until Seven tricked him into fighting Eleking instead and the alien knocked out the kaiju after a short while. Seven then moved around too fast for Baltan to see, knocked him down, pinned him, then bashed his head against a rock three times before letting him drop to the ground.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 98, where he caught a rock thrown by Telesdon meant to be thrown back at Eleking and threw it back at him. Eleking was giving the Ultra a hard time in a fight when Telesdon dropped the rock on the kaiju, giving him his full attention. Afterwards, Ultraseven decided to fly away as the two kaiju were fighting each other with Telesdon looking as the clear winner.
- In episode 99, Ultraseven gave Guts a helping hand up and then the latter acted cowardly and convinced him to fight Eleking for him which the Ultra did. While Seven was grappling with Eleking, Guts backstabbed him which lead the Ultra to fight him too. After he knocked out Guts, Seven defeated Eleking with a karate chop to the neck and the latter got back up, the former just pushed him back down, leaving the kaiju knocked out.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 100, where he served as a referee for a wrestling match between Eleking and Alien Godola. When Godola tried to choke Eleking to death, Seven tried to interfere, but only resulted in getting hurt. Afterwards, Seven karate chopped Eleking and Godola respectively then tried to push them apart, only for the two of them to knock each other out by hitting each other in the back.
- In episode 101, Ultraseven saw his friend Agira being defeated by Eleking as he came to check on him and decided to avenge his defeat by taking on Eleking himself, and while the kaiju proved he had gotten stronger, their fight lasted for a short time as he overcame his challenge and defeated him by chopping him in the back, knocking him out as a result.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 102, where he saw Agira fighting Alien Icarus and as he took care of the alien, the kaiju decided to fall back and watch.
- In episode 103, Ultraseven blocked and returned a rock kicked by Alien Baltan and knocked out Baltan as that rock hit him in the face, and having him lie on top of Icarus.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 104, where he took on Telesdon and Alien Icarus and even though he was winning, after a long fight, he decided to jump away and let the two of them fight each other.
- In episode 105, Ultraseven tried to convince Alien Guts and Alien Icarus to stop fighting and make peace, only to end up joining the brawl when he was attacked. The episode ended when Seven watched as Guts claimed victory by pinning Icarus to the ground.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 106, where he came across Alien Godola while he was taking a walk and decided to fight him. The Ultra held the upper hand as he kept the alien's claws away from him and then knocked him out by striking his chest. Afterwards, Seven took on Icarus who challenged him yet again, and while he proved to be more of a challenge than Godola, the two of them rolled down a hill after a short fight and Seven walked away victoriously as he left Icarus knocked out.
- In episode 107, Ultraseven came across Alien Baltan who appeared to sleeping, but was actually faking it when he attacked his leg, sending him rolling down the hill and left himself vulnerable to the Baltan's beatdown. After Agira appeared to Seven's defense and took a couple of blows for him, Seven got back up and got back to fighting Baltan again and were on evenly matched in terms of combat. He then left Agira to finish off the alien, but when he lost to Baltan, Seven got angry and chopped off Baltan's pincer claws followed by his head, resulting in the Ultra's victory.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 108, where he came across Agira fighting Telesdon and he let Agira relax and let him defeat Telesdon by himself.
- In episode 109, Alien Baltan went on a walk with Agira and left alone for a while to stand his ground. When he came back, he found his friend fighting a losing battle against Alien Godola who then froze him in place. Godola then charged at Ultraseven, only for the Ultra to trip him and make him fall into the lake, knocking him out and freeing Agira from his frozen state in the process.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 110, Ultraseven was going for a walk when he was ambushed by Telesdon, but the former managed to get back up and deliver a beatdown on the latter until Alien Baltan got down from his resting place and decided to help out the kaju. As their fight went on, the monstorus duo proved to a challenge for Ultraseven as they took turns tossing him towards each other and beating him up. However, Baltan bonked Telesdon on the head on purpose, which lead to the two of them fighting each other instead. Once they were weakened, Seven took the opportunity to defeat Telesdon and then Baltan, declaring the Ultra the winner.
- In episode 111, Ultraseven fought Alien Godola until Alien Baltan appeared and knocked him away. All Seven could do was watch as the two aliens fought each other until Godola came on top.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 115, where he flew around until he came across and landed in a canyon and fought his old foe Alien Guts once more. They spent the majority of the fight trying to pin each other down and beating them down, only for them to push each other off. In the end, Ultraseven beat up the alien and knocked him out cold with a double kick to the neck.
- In episode 118, Ultraseven went up against Keronia and spent the majority of their time grappling with each other as well as punching each other until Ultraseven came out on top.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 120, where he fought Seabozu in a ditch and held the upper hand over the kaiju the entire fight and eventually defeated him after a long fight with a wrestling throwing move.
- In episode 121, Ultraseven interfered in and eventually got in a fight with Seabozu and Woo, who were fighting each other in a ditch. He spent the beginning of his fight taking on Woo and eventually had to take on Seabozu as well. In the end, despite being outnumbered, Seven managed to knock out both kaiju, defeating them in the process.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 122, where he fought Alien Icarus and he was soon joined by Seabozu who decided to help him out in the fight. Even though the two of them outnumbered the Ultra, Seven held his own against them and after he defeated Seabozu, Seven defeated Icarus by forcing him down and then lifting and throwing him on top of the kaiju.
- In episode 123, Ultraseven went up against Seabozu and Keronia and even though the kaiju held the advantage in numbers, the Ultra didn't waver as usual and held his own against the two of them. Every time it seemed like Seven was about to hit the dust, he quickly bounced back and eventually, after a long fight, Seven defeated the two kaiju by bashing their heads together and letting them fall to the ground.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 125, where he watched the fight between Woo and Kiyla at the beach from a distance and then decided to interfere in their fight then joined in after they teamed up against him. Like always, Seven managed to hold his own against the kaiju and defeated Kiyla with Woo following afterwards.
- In episode 131, Ultraseven went up against Alien Icarus again and the former held the upper hand over the latter for the majority of the fight. In the end, the two fighters held onto each other and went into a ditch with Ultraseven coming out afterwards, revealing his victory over the alien.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 132, where he fought Woo after the latter assaulted the former from behind. The two were evenly matched in the fight, and when the kaiju picked up a rock, he charged at Seven with it, only for the Ultra to jump up and dodge at the last minute, resulting in Woo getting knocked out instead.
- In episode 133, Ultraseven was walking foward minding his own business, when Eleking threw a rock at him, only for Seven to catch it and throw it back at him. The two of them then duked it out for a while until Ultraseven came out on top.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 134, where he confronted Seabozu alone and they duked it out with each other. The two of them even got into a pose-off with each other. In the end, despite Seabozu being a formidable opponent, the Ultra pulled through and knocked out the kaiju with a karate chop to the face.
- In episode 141, Ultraseven interfered in a fight between Woo and Alien Icarus. The two agreed to team up to fight the Ultra. In the end, Woo got knocked out by a punch to the face before he took out Icarus.
- Ultraseven reapppeared in episode 142, where he went on a walk until he came across Eleking and Alien Icarus after they ran into him on their walk together. Although the two of them outnumbered the Ultra, Seven held his own with his combat prowess and in the end, he knocked out Eleking with a hard kick to the chest after defeating Icarus.
- In episode 143, Ultraseven tricked Alien Icarus and Seabozu into crashing into each other, the two monsters decided to work together to fight the Ultra and they were doing a pretty good job at the task at hand. They even saved each other when one of them saved the other from getting pummeled by Seven. However, Seabozu suddenly threw Icarus to the ground again, which resulted in the two of them fighting each other once more. Ultraseven then decided that the fight was pointless, so he left and let the two of them duke it out, with Icarus once again winning.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 144, where he fought Eleking again until Woo interupted their fight and the latter turned his attention towards him and after a long fight, Woo was knocked out by Eleking and was left to wallow there as Seven recovered from his wounds and defeated Woo's opponent soundly.
- In episode 145, Ultraseven appeared in the mountains and watched as Woo took on Seabozu and eventually won. Afterwards, the Ultra decided to take on Woo himself. The two of them threw each other but then Seven defeated the kaiju by striking him across the chest, then across the face, then easily pushed him down.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 146, where he fought Seabozu and was later joined by Eleking. After knocking out Seabozu, Eleking stood on equal footing with the Ultra in close quarters combat and was eventually defeated when Seven repeatedly slammed his head to the ground, resulting in him being knocked out.
- In episode 147, Ultraseven huddled with Woo, Alien Icarus, and Eleking and they broke apart, they fought each other on even terms. Seven spent his time fighting Eleking and Woo and kept it that way at the end of the episode where all the fighters minus Seven brawled with each other.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 148, where he fought Eleking again at a beach and the Ultra held the upper hand against kajiu for the whole episode until he eventually knocked him out. In this episode, he also watched Woo and Seabozu fight each other alongside Eleking. Afterwards, Eleking fought Woo and when the former was winning, Ultraseven interfered, only for the two monsters to gang up on him and throw him away, which woke up a dazed Seabozu. The kaiju intially held the upper hand over the Ultra, but the latter pulled through and threw him towards the brawling monsters with Seven joining the brawl afterwards as the episode ended.
- In episode 149, Ultraseven fought Eleking again alongside Seabozu and Alien Icarus, and even though they outnumbered him yet again, Seven still held his own and held the upper hand against them. Soon afterwards, Eleking picked a fight with Seabozu and then with Icarus when Seven through him at them. Seven then decided to finish the fight and knocked them out one at a time with Eleking via a couple of punches.
- Ultraseven reappeared in epsidoe 150, where he showed up to fight Alien Icarus, Seabozu, and Woo. He first helped out Seabozu only to be thanked by being attacked by him. He fought him for a while and then went on to fighting Icarus and Woo as well. While the kaiju proved to be worthy opponents, Seven defeated them all one by one by knocking them out via blows to the head.
- In episode 151, Ultraseven took on Kiyla, who was making a ruckus. The two of them proceeded to fight each other under a bridge. They were locked on and head to head with a lot grappling and throwing each other but then Seven emerged the winner with a karate chop to Kiyla's neck, knocking the latter out.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 152, where he took on Alien Goron in the mountains and were pretty evenly matched with each other in terms of wrestling and Seven came out on top with a karate chop to the chest.
- In episode 159, Ultraseven took on Alien Goron and Alien Icarus in the snow. They threw snowballs at him as he was walking around and once he was down, the two aliens ganged up on him and after a long fight, despite the fact that he was outnumbered, Seven managed to defeat both aliens and knock them out, leaving them lying in the snow.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 160, as he came across Alien Icarus and Kiyla as they were fighting each other. From then on, the two of them decided to work together to fight the Ultra, but even though they held the advantage in numbers, Seven held his own against them. Icarus lost by being punched hard in the face, resulting in him stumbling and then getting knocked out.
- In episode 161, Ultraseven confronted and fought Alien Goron in a field. The two were evenly matched in combat and their fight went on for quite a while. When Kiyla appeared and tried to help Goron out, he refused and attacked Kiyla instead and the two of them decided to duke it out themselves, giving the Ultra a break. As their fight reached their climax, Seven stepped in and knocked out Goron before he took out Kiyla too.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 165, where he appeared in a snowy area and hoped to take on Alien Goron alone, but when the former began the fight, Alien Icarus appeared from behind him and the two aliens took turns grabbing and assaulting the Ultra, weakening him as a result. Seven then regained his strength, got back up, and took down Icarus then Goron.
- In episode 166, Ultraseven played tug of war with Alien Goron in the snowy mountains that quickly escalated into violent fight between the two combatants which went on for quite a while until the Ultra knocked out the alien with a hard karate chop to the face. Afterwards, Seven turned his attention towards Woo and engaged in a long fight with him which ended when Ultraseven choked Woo with the same rope he used to play tug-of-rope with Goron.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 168, where he, alongside Woo, Alien Goron, and Kiyla, walked around in a circle. When the kaiju tripped and fell, Ultraseven picked a fight with Kiyla and then all four of them fought each other in an evenly matched brawl with no clear winner.
- In episode 169, Ultraseven played a game with Woo, Alien Icarus, and Kiyla which soon escalated into an all-out brawl between the four of them in which the majority of that fight was the three monsters against Seven.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 170, where he was confronted by Woo and Kiyla in a field. However, Kiyla just stood by and let Woo take care of the Ultra himself. Woo put up a good fight against the Ultra but ended up losing. After Seven defeated Kiyla in a fight, he knocked out Woo soon afterwards.
- In episode 172, Ultraseven was going for a walk when he got caught in Alien Icarus' rope trap and his foot was ensnared it in. As the went on to fight each other, For the first time in a while, Icarus managed to gain the upper hand over the Ultra in combat, even though he had to play dirty to do so. Despite this, Seven refused to give up and literally had Icarus all tied up as Seven used his rope trap against him by rolling him up in his own rope then knocking him out via a punch to the chest.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 173, where he kicked some rocks down a small hill to wake up Eleking from his nap and he ended up getting the rocks thrown back at him. Afterwards, the two of them duked it out for a short while and during that time, Eleking held the advantage over Seven in combat as he kept on assaulting him until he claimed victory by pressing him down on the ground with his foot and left satisfied. Seven then awoke briefly to call for help until he passed out.
- In episode 174, Ultraseven convinced Alien Icarus and Kiyla to stop fighting each other. All three of them decided to dig together and managed to find a cattle skull, which made them faint.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 175, where he fought Kiyla over a straw hat with a string attached to it. After a long struggle over it, the Ultra eventually decided to burn it with his Wide Shot. Both of them ended up watching it burn away into ashes.
- In episode 185, Ultraseven showed up to break up a fight between Woo and Kiyla, and then convinced the two monsters to walk away without any further conflict.
- Ultraseven reappered in episode 186, where was chased by Alien Icarus after the latter killed Eleking and tried to kill him to, but the latter was too quick and agile for the former. When he did get a shot at him, Icarus tried to finish off Seven, but the latter kicked the former and he fell down. Afterwards, he took Icarus' gun, broke it in half, and left him lying on the ground.
- In episode 187, Ultraseven was investigating a dark beach cave, when he came across Alien Icarus and Woo and decided to fight them. Once again, while the two of them outumbered the Ultra, the latter held his own against the former and were evenly matched in combat until Seven beat them both and came out of the cave victoriously.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 189, where he was tripped by Eleking and was buried in the sand at the time, and was unconscious for quite a time, leaving Icarus to fight a losing battle with the Ultra and then Eleking got back up when Seven tossed Icarus, with the latter landing on the kaiju as a result. Seven then held his own against both kaiju and when Seven was about to beat Icarus to death, Eleking held Seven by the arms, preventing the latter from doing anymore damage.
- In episode 190, Ultraseven enjoyed a nice nap on the beach until Woo and Alien Icarus appeared and attacked him, waking him up as a result. Seven then decided to deal with the two himself, and once again, while outnumbered, Seven kept up his guard and held his own against the two throughout the entire fight. As it ended, Seven defeated Woo by punching him in the face hard to knock him out while he was lying on the ground.
- Ultraseven reappeared in episode 192, where he stopped Eleking and Woo from colliding with each other, which resulted in the two of them deciding to work together to stop him. And yet again, Seven held the upper hand against the two monsters despite being outnumbered. After defeating Eleking, Seven knocked out Woo with a kick to the face.
- In episode 193, Ultraseven showed up between the fight between Eleking and Kiyla and the fight turned into a brawl with no revealed winner.
- Ultraseven made his final appearance in episode 195, where he took on Alien Baltan, Alien Icarus, Eleking, Woo, & Kiyla all at once.for one last fighting chance with all fighters using wooden staffs as sticks. Despite the fact that the monsters outnumbered him five to one, the Ultra had the upper hand in the fight in terms of combat and one by one, Seven brutally killed all of his enemies with a single, focused bash with his stick.
- Similar to Ultraman, Ultraseven's original concept also meant to have him as an antagonist.
- Seven's appearance, his crest, eyes and protectors, are based on the armor of ancient western knights and warriors, primarily their armor.
- Ultraseven's original color was meant to be blue but due to the wish of toy developers, the color was changed to red. In contrast to tall body archetype which was previously based on Bin Furuya - Ultraman's suit actor in the series, Ultraseven's body suit was designed to be able fit an average sized human like his suit actor Koji Uenishi.
- His name has been incorrectly referred to as "Ultraman Seven" (ウルトラマンセブン Urutoraman Sebun) by various sources, due to how generic the "Ultraman" title is in the Ultra Series. This mistake is acknowledged in Ultraman Ginga Theater Special: Ultra Monster ☆ Hero Battle Royal!, during which Kenta Watarai transformed into Seven and called himself "Ultraman Seven" before being corrected by Tomoya/Ultraman.
- Ultraseven and the series originally was called "Ultra Eye". However, it was changed to "Ultraseven" and this name used for his transformation item.
- Seven's weapon's name was called Eye Slugger from the fact that during the early pre-production on the series, Ultraseven and his series were originally going to be called "Ultra Eye", hence it was called "Eye Slugger". When the title of the series was changed to Ultraseven, the name Ultra Eye later used for his transformation item although the name of the weapon remained "Eye Slugger".
- Seven's Eye Slugger is the first instance of an Ultra boomerang weapon used by some later Ultras, all of which are based on Seven.
- Ultraseven is the first Ultra Warrior shares his voice actor with his human form's actor (Kohji Moritsugu), who voices his grunts and speaking voice.
- Almost in his appearance, Seven reused old grunts in the original series more than used his current grunts (even though both of his old and current grunts are provided by Kohji Moritsugu). However, Ultraman Mebius is one of the few times Ultraseven used his current grunts instead.
- Ultraseven is the first Ultra whose eyes were yellow instead of white.
- The reason why Ultraseven does not have a Color Timer, is due to a retcon that states, despite coming from the same planet as Ultraman. Ultraseven was heavily implied, though never outright stated in the series, have no direct connection to Ultraman.
- Afterwards it was stated that it is only placed on Deep Space Combatants and that Seven was only a non-combatant officer (A map maker) when he joined the Space Garrison. However Zero joined as a Combatant and thus had a Color Timer.
- Despite not being the first Ultra, Seven is undoubtedly more popular. He has had four series, more than any other Ultra. His original series, two in the Heisei Era (technically four with series and specials) and Ultraseven X.
- Seven is the second Ultra to be canonically married to another Ultra, with his wife being an unnamed scientist. He is also the second Ultra whose status as a father is confirmed and examined in more detail. The first one was Father of Ultra.
- Of all the known Ultras, only Ultraman Cosmos surpasses Seven in terms of the number of techniques they have shown.
- Despite being the record holder fo the most amount of techniques of Showa Ultras, as Ultraseven X, he has perhaps the least amount of techniques shown, with only three in his arsenal.
- Unlike the previous original series, Seven's was more mature, filled with interplanetary/inter-species intrigue and politics. It is the first series to touch on dark subjects for more than part of an episode.
- During his design phase, there was one design for Seven where he was mostly white/silver instead of red and his silver line was blue and more square in design, meaning Seven could have been the first Blue Ultra.
- Seven is the first Ultra to take on a human form as opposed to merging with one. Given the themes in his series the was probably done on purpose.
- In early concept sketches, Seven had dual Eye Sluggers. This concept would later be implemented to his son, Ultraman Zero.
- In the Anime OVA, much like his brother in arms, Ultraman, Ultraseven has a wife and two kids. They are not considered Canon.
- His Son, Ultra Boone.
- His Daughter, Ultra Sera.
- His Wife, Ultra Ceria.
- His Ultraman Kids counterpart is Cebu.
- Ultraseven X is the second Ultra to have noticeable abs on his stomach, with the first being Ultraman the Next (Anphans), the third is Ultraman Zero and the fourth is Ultraman Ginga.
- According to Moltar, of Space Ghost Coast to Coast, the 'Funny Ultraseven' guy is his agent. This was brought up during a discussion with Lokar, a giant locust, about trying to get Moltar onto his show instead of Space Ghost.
- Ultraseven's TV show clips were used through out the first few seasons of Space Ghost Coast to Coast.
- Alongside Ultraman Dark, Ultraseven Dark displays several uses of martial arts techniques, being able to restrain Ginga by pinching his spine, a move which also works on humans and can induce unconsciousness.
- Seven X was designed by Yasushi Torisawa.
- In Ultraman Orb the Movie, when Ultraseven appears, Ginga, Victory, X and Mulnau call out "Seven!" in time with his theme that plays in the background. This is a joke suggested by the film's director, Kiyotaka Taguchi, as something for fans to spot whist watching the film.
- Seven is the first Ultraman to become (unwillingly) evil by Dancan. During this phase Seven has a modified Rodan roar from the Godzilla franchise.