Duh, Gee, Tennessee.
Let’s make this another Ultra Q week, as inspired by Sandy’s review of an episode. I’ll write up my thoughts on the show and append them to Sandy’s review and repost the whole things as a Nugget later this week.
This fellow was one of only a few monsters to return on Ultra Q, and also later on the subsequent Ultraman show. As with the other monsters on this show, I couldn’t stop grabbing still. Note the neat way they keep him shrouded in shadows initially, using his lit eyes for menace. The design is actually kind of goofy, a bat-walrus. Of course, he has a range weapon, in this case generating a freezing tornado-like vortex that we see spiraling several characters to their doom. Watching ‘bodies’ fatally smack into a floating multi-ton vehicle is actually kind of wince-inducing.