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H-Man in The H-Man
Alternate names Liquid Man, Liquid Person, Liquid People
Subtitle(s) Liquefied​ Transforming Human
(液化受身人間,   Ekika Ukemi Ningen)[1]
Liquefied Mutant
(溶解ミュータント,   Yōkai Myūtanto)[2]
Species Irradiated Liquefied Human
Height Indeterminate[3]
Weight Indeterminate[3]
Forms Amorphous blob, Humanoid
Place(s) of emergence Tokyo sewers[4]
First appearance The H-Man

The H-Man (液体人間,   Ekitai Ningen, lit. Liquid Human) is a radioactive liquid kaijin created by Toho that first appeared in the 1958 tokusatsu kaiju film, The H-Man.


In Japanese, this kaijin's name is Ekitai Ningen (液体人間), which translates to Liquid Human or Liquid Man. In international releases, it is given the English name H-Man, which comes from the abbreviation for the element hydrogen and is likely meant to emulate the term "H-bomb."


The H-Man is a deadly liquid organism created when the crew of the ship Ryujin Maru II were directly exposed to radiation from a hydrogen bomb detonation. This radiation converted the crewmembers' cells into a new type of organism capable of changing form and disintegrating any other life with which it comes into contact.


The H-Man



Lethal Touch

The H-Man dissolves a police officer.

The H-Man can dissolve living organisms, including humans, with its touch.

Shape Shifting

The H-Man takes on a human form.

The H-Man is a shape shifter and is able to assume the form of its victims.


H-Men being incinerated by a wall of flames.

The H-Man can be killed by incineration or electrocution with a high voltage of electricity.


Main article: H-Man/Gallery.


This is a list of references for H-Man. 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. Toho Special Effects Movie Complete Works. Village Books. p. 30. 28 September 2012. ISBN: 4-864-91013-8.
  2. Definitive Edition of Toho Monster Movies!! Godzilla Special Effects Complete Works. Natsumesha. p. 70. 21 December 1994. ISBN: 978-4816317750.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Godzilla Giant Monsters Super Encyclopedia (4th edition). Kodansha. p. 64. 15 March 1994. ISBN: 978-4063042702.
  4. Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia. Shogakukan. p. 19. 23 July 2014. ISBN: 4-096-82090-3.

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23 months ago
Score 1
I really need to watch this one's film.


23 months ago
Score 1
Kool concept though I haven't seen the movie