Ultraman Leo
(ウルトラマンレオ Urutoraman Reo?)
is a Japanese tokusatsu TV show and is the 7th show in the Ultra Series. Produced by Tsuburaya Productions, Ultraman Leo was aired between April 12, 1974 to March 28, 1975, with a total of 51 episodes.
Ultraman Leo
Ultraman Leo

Ultraman Leo comes from Nebula L-77 (Leo constellation), and takes the human form of Gen Otori. Ultraseven appears to fight a new foe, Maguma-sejin and his two "pets", the Red and Black Gillas. However, Magma badly wounds Seven, graphically breaking Seven's leg. Ultraman Leo drives off the foes, but Ultra Seven is confined to his human form because of his injury. The Ultra Eye is destroyed when Dan attempts to transform, and Dan takes up a role as the captain of Monster Attacking Crew. Gen is a gymnastics teacher on the side. Gen and Dan regularly train together, allowing Ultraman Leo to learn many moves in human form. Mid-series, MAC is destroyed by Commander Black, and Dan vanishes, seemingly abandoning MAC. Gen spends most of his time later training the kids to defend themselves. When Commander Black captures Gen when he cannot transform, the kids kill Black in rage. Satisfied that the kids are able to defend themselves, Gen sails out to sea, his favorite student watching as he leaves.
Years later
Ultraman Leo returns in Ultraman Mebius to help Ultraman Mebius fight Alien Reflect,an alien that defeated Mebius and stated that he would return later to kill Mebius.
Gen is displeased with Mebius performance in the fight with Alien Reflect and refuses to accept him as the defender of Earth. Gen then challenges Mirai to a one-on-one combat (as Ultraman Leo and Ultraman Mebius respectively) which leads to Ultraman Mebius' defeated at the superior combat skills of Leo and the power of the Leo Kick. Mirai then accepts the martial arts robes that Gen offers him and begins to train and practice to develop new techniques and develops his own version of the Leo Kick. It is called mebium drill kick. When the monster returned, Mebius' training was paying off until the monster captured the ship containing his GUYS comrades. The monster told Mebius to surrender or GUYS would be killed. Before Mebius can do anything, Gen who had been observing the battle nearby triggers his transformation into Ultraman Leo and together with Mebius, GUYS was saved and the alien destroyed by the combined power of Mebius new kick attack and the Leo Kick. Ultraman Leo then accepts Mebius as Earth's defender and departs. Reference Episode 34 of Ultraman Mebius.
Ultraman Leo is also seen with his twin brother, Ultraman Astra, along the other Ultra Brothers to resurrect the Sun during the final episode of Ultraman Mebius.
In the Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie movie, Leo is the master of Ultra Seven's son, Ultraman Zero.
  • Super Squad: Purutwo can form a red squad of mega in his hand and then pull it. This attack can create edit explosions and sometimes smash opponents.
  • Puru Two Kick: One of the garden used SP involivng an extremely powerful flatten kick
  • Double Puru Two Kick: Max to the Purutwo Kick, Purutwo uses both legs. (Used against Garagaranda)
  • Turbo Shot: A orange beam from his Rainbow Turbo.
  • Turbo Shot, Version 2: Puru Two draws his steers across his body (at which total his Rainbow Turbo counteres), into the ball, across his body again, than extends them future the target. The yellow beam comes from his steers, but the Rainbow Turbo is the blasting type supers.
  • Hand Slicer: Leo can use his hand to cut off an enemie's weapon, remove dangerous body part or deliberately slice an opponent in half.
  • Multiple Backflips: One of Leo's ways to avoid enemies's weapons
  • Space Ray: A laser which he shoots from his forehead.
  • Ultra Grenade: Leo draws a hand back to channel red and black energy into a ball, which he then hurls at his foe with a highly destructive yield.
  • Lightning Cutter: Leo can jump into the air, performing many flips in rapid succession with his limbs outstretched. This throws off lightning bolts and turns his whole body into one big Ultra Slash.
  • Resurrection: Leo can fire a white, sparkling beam from his eyes to bring the recently dead to life. This is a rare power, even among Ultramen.
  • Incapacitator: A beam similar in appearance to Ace's Punch Laser, Leo can temporarily put an enemy to sleep.
  • Arm Shields: By gathering energy around his entire body and concentrating it around his hands and lower arms, Leo can repel attacks that would ordinarily seriously injure him. This operates on the same principal the Theory of Reverse Magnetism. The catch is that the attack must be blocked with the hands or lower arms; other areas are likely more vulnerable than usual.
  • Ultra Double Flasher: A devastating red bolt of energy that Leo could fire when he joins hands with his brother, Astra.
  • The Ultra Mant: A multi-purpose cape given to him by Ultraman King in Episode 26, which he normally hides in the blue band he wears on his left arm. The Mant can make monsters smaller, and can turn into an umbrella.
MAC members
The Monster Attacking Crew (MAC) is one of the most radically different Ultra support teams. As mentioned above, the captain is Dan Moroboshi, who is Ultraseven deprived of his ability to transform. MAC also has a flowing membership. Members get killed off and replaced with frightening rapidity. To top it all off, MAC gets annihilated mid-series (Episode 40). There are (were) bases in orbit above North and South America, Africa, Northern Europe, and Japan. This is in addition to numerous land-based bases as well.
  • Captain Dan Moroboshi
  • Gen Ohtori
  • Ichiroh Aoshima (seen eaten alive)
  • Akio Kuroda
  • Kiyohiko Akaishi
  • Junko Shirakawa
  • Haruko Momoi
Main article: List of Ultraman Leo monsters
Production and series notes
  • Ultraman Leo series was noted as the last of the golden age of the Ultra Series. During the 'Oil Shock' which hit world economy in the 1970s, the production of monster-based series became less popular, in addition to more animated series being produced.
  • Ultraman Leo got off on a bad start. The previous series, Ultraman Taro (Urutoraman Tarou, 1973), was extended from 49 to 53 episodes because pre-production of Ultraman Leo was running behind schedule.
  • The series was written for more of an adult audience than Ultraman Taro, because Tsuburaya was losing positive ratings from adults due to the child oriented nature of Ultraman Taro.
  • The MAC song sings about the MAC Mole and the MAC Shark, but these machines were never used in battle on the series. However the MAC Shark makes an appearance in the opening credits after episode 28.