Bat People

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The Bat People in Latitude Zero
Bat People
Species Nicknames
Servile Eutherian Humanoids None
Height Wingspan
2 meters[1] 2.5 meters[1]
Weight Forms
200kg[1] None
Controlled by Relationships
Malik Malik (Master and Creator)
Allies Enemies
Malik Captain McKenzie & crew,
Created by Portrayed by
Sinichi Sekizawa Haruo Nakajima
First Appearance Latest Appearance
Latitude Zero Go! Godman 
To be added.

The Bat People (人間コウモリ,   Ningen kōmori?, lit. Human Bat) are eutherian humanoid kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in the 1969 Toho film, Latitude Zero.


All of the Bat People are the nearly the same in appearance, all looking like giant bipedal bats.


Showa Series

Latitude Zero

The Bat People were originally normal humans but were transformed by Malik to do his bidding. The Bat People were used as Malik's body guards after his previous guard dogs (the Giant Rats) were killed. The Bat People guarded the captured Doctor Okata and his daughter, and when Malik's fortress was being invaded by the crew of the Alpha, the Bat People were called forth for their final duty to do battle with Captain McKenzie and his crew. However, the Bat People were no match for the advanced weaponry developed in Latitude Zero, and it was believed that none of them survived the confrontation.

Go! Godman

Main article: Bat Man.
Another Bat Person named Bat Man (バットマン?, Battoman, lit. Batman) later appeared in the mini-series, Go! Godman. It is not explained whether this was one of Malik's original Bat People that had somehow survived, or if it was just a completely different monster. Not only was it capable of flight, but the monster could also summon invisible explosives and alter its size. These abilities proved to be a hassle for Godman, but he eventually came out victorious.



This is a list of references for Bat People. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 ゴジラ大怪獣超百科 (テレビマガジン デラックス20). Monsters of Terror Attacking Humanity; Page 61.

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