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The '''Pairans''' {{Nihongo|パイラ星人|Paira Seijin|lit. ''Paira Star People''}} are a benevolent race of starfish-like aliens who first appear in the [[1956]] [[Kadokawa|Daiei]] film, ''[[Warning from Space]]''.
 
The '''Pairans''' {{Nihongo|パイラ星人|Paira Seijin|lit. ''Paira Star People''}} are a benevolent race of starfish-like aliens who first appear in the [[1956]] [[Kadokawa|Daiei]] film, ''[[Warning from Space]]''.
 
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==Design==
 
==Design==
The Pairans are a race of creatures which resemble starfish. They have one massive eye in the centre of their bodies. When in their true forms, the Pairans are shown to be very large, with a height of at least 4 metres.
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The Pairans are a race of creatures which resemble starfish. They have one massive eye in the center of their bodies. When in their true forms, the Pairans are shown to be very large, with a height of at least 4 meters.
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===[[Showa era]]===
 
===[[Showa era]]===
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*When transformed into a human form, Pairans display various superhuman characteristics:
 
*When transformed into a human form, Pairans display various superhuman characteristics:
 
**They are extraordinary jumpers, being able to leap to heights of ten feet.
 
**They are extraordinary jumpers, being able to leap to heights of ten feet.
**They can teleport and materialise in new locations without needing to walk.
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**They can teleport and materialize in new locations without needing to walk.
==Comic Appearances==
 
===''[[Manga Boys Special Edition: Gamera]]''===
 
[[File:MangaBoys_Pairan.png|thumb|200px|The Giant Pairan escorts Gamera through space in ''[[Manga Boys Special Edition: Gamera]]'']]
 
In this [[1995]] manga featuring several Kaiju based on unmade Daiei monsters, the Pairans make their sole appearance outside of their debut film. A giant Pairan arrives and escorts Gamera through space.
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Interestingly, The Paira Aliens were advertised as giant rampaging monsters in publicity stills for the 1958 release, even though no such scene takes place in the movie.
 
*Interestingly, The Paira Aliens were advertised as giant rampaging monsters in publicity stills for the 1958 release, even though no such scene takes place in the movie.

Revision as of 17:21, 30 June 2019

Pairans
A group of Pairans in Warning from Space
Leader Unnamed leader, Ginko
Homeworld Planet Paira
First appearance Warning from Space

The Pairans (パイラ星人,   Paira Seijin, lit. Paira Star People) are a benevolent race of starfish-like aliens who first appear in the 1956 Daiei film, Warning from Space.

Design

The Pairans are a race of creatures which resemble starfish. They have one massive eye in the center of their bodies. When in their true forms, the Pairans are shown to be very large, with a height of at least 4 meters.

History

Showa era

Warning from Space

A group of Pairans notice a rogue planet threatening to collide with Earth, and travel to Earth to warn the humans of their impending tragedy. They send one of their kind to Earth, but not before giving her a human disguise through mutation. From this point onwards, the aliens endeavoured to warn the humans of their impending fate, all while struggling to keep the truth about them hidden from the humans, out of a fear of being confronted if they were revealed to be from outer space.

Abilities

  • Pairans can take the form of a human being through mutation to avoid being detected.
  • When transformed into a human form, Pairans display various superhuman characteristics:
    • They are extraordinary jumpers, being able to leap to heights of ten feet.
    • They can teleport and materialize in new locations without needing to walk.

Trivia

  • Interestingly, The Paira Aliens were advertised as giant rampaging monsters in publicity stills for the 1958 release, even though no such scene takes place in the movie.
  • A lone Pairan makes a cameo appearance in the Zigra anatomy artwork used for Shout! Factory's 2011 DVD release of Gamera vs. Zigra and Gamera: Super Monster, trapped within one of Zigra's three stomachs with the other two housing Gamera's child friends and various marine animals, including a swarm of Nezura.[1]

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KingGhidorahsucksGodzillarules3417

8 months ago
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Like Patrick aliens!
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MosuFan2004

41 months ago
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This is the best thing I've ever seen......
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VaderRaptor

4 months ago
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Is it now...
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Green Blob Thing

44 months ago
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I clicked on this page to check if there were any missing images that needed uploaded. Instead I was greeted with an image of people in star suits with an eye resembling the Eye of Providence. Now I desperately need to see this film, if only to see what these weird Star Men are like.
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