Dragon King

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Toho Company, Limited Monster
Dragon King in Zone Fighter
Dragon King
Nicknames Dragonking
Subtitle Horned Terror-Beast
(角恐獣,   Sumi Kyōjū?)
Height 75 meters[1]
Weight 75,000 metric tons[1]
Controlled by Garogas
Relations Garogas (Creators)
Allies Garogas
Enemies Zone Fighter
First Appearance Zone Fighter Episode 7:
Zone Family's Critical Moment!
Latest Appearance Zone Fighter Episode 12:
The Terror-Beast Base: Invade the Earth!
Roar(s)
To be added.

Dragon King (ドラゴンキング,   Doragon Kingu?) is a kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 7 of the 1973 tokusatsu kaiju series, Zone Fighter titled Zone Family's Critical Moment!

Design

Despite his name, Dragon King is more avian in appearance than what his name suggests. He has a large, feathered head with a beak and mandibles similar to Gigan's. He also has pincers for hands.

History

Zone Fighter

Zone Family's Critical Moment!

Dragon King was deployed by the Garogas to destroy a dam and flood the city. His mission was short-lived though, as we was stopped in his tracks by Zone Fighter. After a short battle, the monster was defeated.

The Terror-Beast Base: Invade the Earth!

Dragon King appears via flashback as the Garogas contemplate the many defeats they have suffered at the hands of Zone Fighter. The two battle surrounded by red mist, with Dragon King offering no resistance as Zone Fighter pummels him. An unseen attack causes him to explode.

Abilities

  • Dragon King is very strong.
  • Dragon King can use his sharp pincers in battle. When he combines his strength with his pincers he can punch through metal.
  • Dragon King can emit a stream of flames from his mouth.

Gallery

Main article: Dragon King/Gallery.


References

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