Red Spark

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Red Spark
Red Spark in Zone Fighter, attacking a city
Subtitle(s) Garoga Terror-Beast
(ガロガ恐獣,   Garoga Kyōjū)[1]
Cannon Terror-Beast
(大砲恐獣,   Taihō Kyōjū)[2]
Species Silver and Gold Garoga Amalgamation
Height 75 meters[2]
Weight 75,000 metric tons[2]
Controlled by Garogas
Relations Garogas (Creators)
Allies Garogas
Enemies Zone Fighter
First appearance Zone Fighter Episode 1:
Destroy the Terror-Beast Missile!

Red Spark (レッドスパーク,   Reddo Supāku) is a cannon kaiju created by Toho that first appeared in episode 1 of the 1973 tokusatsu kaiju series, Zone Fighter titled Destroy the Terror-Beast Missile!.

Design

Red Spark is an unusual chimeric creature which has characteristics from several different animals. He has a red, pig-like head with multi-colored wings instead of ears, and a long, yellow horn extending from his forehead. He has green arms with red hands. The hands have long, gangly fingers and sharp thumbs facing backwards. His torso is bright red with bulbous spheres and yellow spikes covering it. Where his navel would be, a large cannon is present. Red Spark's legs are long and have flaps of skin just above them.

History

Zone Fighter

Destroy the Terror-Beast Missile!

Red Spark was the first Terror-Beast to be deployed by the Garoga in their campaign to conquer the Earth. He was created from the combined strength of two silver and one gold Garoga. Wasting little time, Hikaru Sakimoto transformed into the giant hero Zone Fighter and knocked the creature over with a Meteor Kick. Red Spark quickly gained the upper hand, overpowering Zone Fighter and bombarding him with shells from his chest cannon, but was destroyed instantly by his Meteor Missile Might attack.

Abilities

Red Spark has an inaccurate but fairly powerful cannon fixed to his chest. His hands can emit sparks, though this technique only caused Zone Fighter to hesitate momentarily before he tackled Red Spark to the ground.

References

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MosuFan2004

34 months ago
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Thins thing is...... interesting.........
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MosuFan2004

34 months ago
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I mean "this".
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