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Jellar in Zone Fighter
Subtitle(s) Mollusk Terror-Beast
(軟体恐獣,   Nantai Kyōjū)[1]
Species Enlarged alien organism
Height 73 meters[2]
Weight 71,000 metric tons[2]
Place(s) of emergence Planet Jellarl[1]
Controlled by Garogas
Relations Custom Jellar (clone)
Allies Garogas, Custom Jellar
Enemies Zone Fighter, Godzilla
First appearance Zone Fighter episode 21,
"Invincible! Godzilla Enraged"

Jellar (ジュラー,   Jurā) is an alien kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 21 of Zone Fighter, "Invincible! Godzilla Enraged."


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Jellar began life as an alien organism from the Planet Jellarl (ジュラール星,   Jurāru Sei). Because of the difference in oxygen concentration between Earth and Jellarl, it rapidly grew 50 times its size upon contact with Earth's atmosphere.[1]


Zone Fighter

"Invincible! Godzilla Enraged"

Onboard the Garogan Space Station, White Garoga presents Baron Garoga with a gift: a tiny creature from Planet Jellarl named Jellar. He insists that Jellar is impervious to Zone Fighter's Proton Beam. The creature is loaded into a Terror-Beast Missile and launched towards Earth.

Hikaru and Hotaru spot the missile flying above, and track it down. However, when they get there, they find two Garogas defending the capsule. After a short fight, the Garogas are repelled, and Hikaru and Hotaru gain control of the capsule. The Garogas return, and state that they will release Akira, who they are holding hostage, in exchange for the capsule. The Zone Family agrees to this exchange, but a scuffle breaks out between the Peacelandians and the Garogas. During the fight, the capsule is broken, releasing Jellar. Hikaru transforms into Zone Fighter, but quickly gets beaten down, and true to form, Jellar is resistant against Zone's Proton Beam. Godzilla is called into battle, and helps Zone Fighter back up. He then runs towards Jellar, and rips one of his tentacles off. This tentacle grows into a new monster, Custom Jellar. The two heroes, now evenly matched, fight bravely on, and Zone Fighter receives extra energy from Smokey, which is being piloted by Zone Angel and Zone Junior. Jellar and Custom Jellar are soon defeated.



Jellar is capable of flight by launching himself like a missile off the ground. Jellar used this ability to ram Zone Fighter repeatedly rather than for travel.

Acidic mist

Jellar can expel a green acidic mist from the tips of his tentacles. Upon making contact with Godzilla and Zone Fighter, it caused several explosions across their bodies.

Infrared beams

According to All Kaiju Kaijin (First Volume), Jellar can fire infrared beams from his eyes, though this is not demonstrated in the show.[3]

Oxygen growth

When in his original form, Jellar expanded to 50 times his size after being exposed to the Earth's atmosphere and high concentrations of oxygen after breaking free from the Terror-Beast Missile.

Energy absorption

Jellar is strengthened by both sunlight and Zone Fighter's Proton Beam, thus allowing him to shrug off the latter.


After Jellar's arm was ripped off, it instantly grew into a new organism, Custom Jellar.


Just as the Garoga boasted, Jellar proved immune to Proton Beams.


Main article: Jellar/Gallery.


Like Custom Jellar, Jellar uses altered Gomora roars.



This is a list of references for Jellar. 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 Matsui, Satoshi, ed. (28 July 2014). Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia. Shogakukan. p. 137. ISBN 978-4-09-682090-2.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ballard, Jim M. (14 November 2009). "ZONE FIGHTER Series Guide". SciFi Japan. Archived from the original on 1 March 2021.
  3. Sakai, Yukio, ed. (24 March 1990). All Kaiju Kaijin (First Volume). Keibunsha. p. 211. ISBN 4-7669-0962-3.


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