Go! Greenman (TV 1973-1974)

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Good Morning! Kid's Show series
Go! Godman
Go! Greenman
Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Go! Greenman
Go! Greenman
Air date November 12, 1973 -
September 27, 1974
Distributor Toho
Channel(s) Nippon Television
Genre(s) Kyodai Hero
Episodes 52
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Go! Greenman (行け!グリーンマン,   Ike! Gurīnman) is a Japanese tokusatsu show co-produced by Toho and Nippon TV that aired from November 12, 1973, to September 27, 1974. It is a followup series to Go! Godman, but the two series do not share canon with each other. A followup to this series was also later made called Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka.


Deep beneath a playground in Japan, Maoh, the source of all evil in the world, plots his escape from an underground cave after being banished there by God. To escape this underground imprisonment, Maoh must obtain the blood of human children. To do so, Maoh commands his loyal underling: Tonchiki and a race of servile clay dolls known as Minions of Maoh, to do his bidding. But, God sent out a robotic envoy: Greenman to protect the children and prevent Maoh from escaping. Maoh eventually granted Tonchiki the ability to mutate his subordinates into kaiju. After Greenman's first battle, he gave the children small devices called Green Calls which they can use to call him when in danger. From then on, it was up to Greenman to defeat the monsters and rid the Earth of evil. Eventually, after Greenman destroyed Pattern Kaijin and dealt Tonchiki a humiliating defeat, Maoh decided to deploy the final minion capable of transformation. Unfortunately for him, the children decided to launch a counterattack, and killed the subordinate before it had a chance to mutate. Because of this, Maoh took matters into his own hands and decided to teleport to the surface himself to obtain the blood; though because Maoh was banished, he was not able to move his legs. Despite this, Maoh turned some of the children into stones for Tonchiki to haul away to the underground cave. Greenman attempted to stop him, but was quickly overpowered by Maoh's dark magic. To save their hero, the remaining three children used the Green Calls to give power back to Greenman. Fully recharged, Greenman teleported to the cave and retrieved the stones. Using one of his tools, the Greenman Stick, he transformed the stones back to children and electrocuted Maoh, returning peace to the world.


  1. "Greenman vs. Garamedon"
  2. "Greenman vs. Antguirus"
  3. "Greenman vs. Gegil"
  4. "Greenman vs. Gaira"
  5. "Greenman vs. Bullpull"
  6. "Greenman vs. Tsunozillas"
  7. "Greenman vs. Stock"
  8. "Greenman vs. Valingar"
  9. "Greenman vs. Megahertz"
  10. "Greenman vs. Dragonda"
  11. "Greenman vs. Totsaurus"
  12. "Greenman vs. Danbaraki"
  13. "Greenman vs. King Takoras"
  14. "Greenman vs. Gabara"
  15. "Greenman vs. Gyaron"
  16. "Greenman vs. Mohtles"
  17. "Greenman vs. Bulguerrilla"
  18. "Greenman vs. Alien Dorok"
  19. "Greenman vs. Spider"
  20. "Greenman vs. Foxaus"
  21. "Greenman vs. Blanker"
  22. "Greenman vs. Ibokiller"
  23. "Greenman vs. Gowarackdon"
  24. "Greenman vs. Jairock"
  25. "Greenman vs. Dunket"
  26. "Greenman vs. Seguro-1"
  27. "Greenman vs. Inbelun"
  28. "Greenman vs. Lorbabla"
  29. "Greenman vs. Giringa"
  30. "Greenman vs. Red Rock"
  31. "Greenman vs. Sanda"
  32. "Greenman vs. Sibilegon"
  33. "Greenman vs. Zarizon"
  34. "Greenman vs. Flasher"
  35. "Greenman vs. Stegodzillas"
  36. "Greenman vs. Alien Tiborus"
  37. "Greenman vs. Yasugon"
  38. "Greenman vs. Gorilla"
  39. "Greenman vs. Spider II"
  40. "Greenman vs. Shilarji"
  41. "Greenman vs. Akumon"
  42. "Greenman vs. Kappalge"
  43. "Greenman vs. Cupad"
  44. "Greenman vs. Hotter"
  45. "Greenman vs. Cross-Dressing Kaijin"
  46. "Greenman vs. Minilla"
  47. "Greenman vs. Fonshuragon"
  48. "Greenman vs. Ninjutsu Kaijin"
  49. "Greenman vs. Magic Kaijin"
  50. "Greenman vs. Tonchiki"
  51. "Greenman vs. Pattern Kaijin"
  52. "Greenman vs. Maoh"


Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.


Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.



Weapons, vehicles, and races

Video releases

Toho (2008)

  • Return of the "Good Morning" Heroes: Go! Go! Godman and Greenman BOX (帰ってきた“おはよう”ヒーロー 行け!行け!ゴッドマン&グリーンマンBOX,   Kaettekita “Ohayō” Hīrō Ike! Ike! Goddoman & Gurīnman Bokkusu)
  • Released: 2008
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Other Details: 1.33:1 aspect ratio, 70/74 minutes run time (disc 1/2), 3 discs, box set
  • Features:
    • Disc 1: Go! Godman, Godman Fighting Special (Digest versions of Godman's battles), Godman Monster List
    • Disc 2: Go! Greenman, Greenman Fighting Special (Digest versions of Greenman's battles), Greenman Monster List
    • Disc 3: Go! Godman (2008), Making of Go! Godman (2008), Godman Karaoke Hall

Toho (2019) [Volume 1]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:
    • "Go! Greenman" Still Collection

Toho (2019) [Volume 2]

Toho (2019) [Volume 3]

Toho (2019) [Volume 4]

  • Released: January 16, 2019
  • Region: Region 2
  • Language: Japanese
  • Features:


Greenman battling Minilla
  • Many of the monsters in this show originally made appearances in either Toho films, Assault! Human!!, or Go! Godman. However, many of their suits had to be modified or repaired.
    • The Gargantua costumes in this show are in very poor condition. Not only do the suits look like they are rotting (despite a new paint job), but tears can clearly be seen in the legs. Both Gaira and Sanda were given new heads and wigs.
    • Totsaurus' suit appears to have had mild repairs done to it, and its 'feather wig' has more detail to it.
    • Gabara's suit is notably different, and appears to have a flatter face. His skin is bright green, similar to his appearance in All Monsters Attack, but he still lacks his ginger hair, and his chest is a duller shade of yellow.
    • Alien Dorok's costume had been reduced to but the head, arms, and feet. The rest of the body was replaced by a reddish orange latex suit.
    • Dunket is missing his trademark speaker-like wings, and his bright blue suit is more dull in color.
    • Seguro-1's suit was almost entirely remade, receiving a new body suit and a heavily reworked head. Seguro's brow ridges and beak were made much less pronounced, and the beam lamp on one of his eyes was also removed.
    • Red Rock's suit's legs had to be cut off, most likely due to rot, therefore leaving the suit actor's pants completely visible.
    • A Flasher costume and Flasher Red Eye costume from Assault! Human!! were reused in Greenman, with the blue-headed Flasher's red chest straps being removed.
    • Kappalge now wears a white armor-like getup, potentially to cover up damage that the suit sustained in Go! Godman.
    • The Minilla suit in this show is brand new (however looks very cheaply built) and is not an actual suit from any of the Godzilla films.


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