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The trio are called "Spacewomen" in the international English dub of Gamera Super Monster; in the Japanese version, they are instead called Superwomen (スーパーウーマン. Sūpāūman) The third TVLand Color Club Special Issue separates the name into two words, as Super Women (スーパー・ウーマン. Sūpā Ūman). The Gamera, Gappa, Guilala: Special Effects Encyclopedia card series refers to them as Peaceful Star M88 Aliens (平和星M88星人. Heiwasei Emu Hachijūhachi Seijin)
Individually, the Spacewomen seen in Super Monster are named Kilara (キララ, Mitan Kirara) (ミータン and Marsha Mītan) (マーシャ. These are instead written Kirara, Meatan and Marsya by the aforementioned card series. Māsha)
The Spacewomen look like ordinary humans. However, when they work together, they wear white uniforms with red trim. Giruge wears a similar uniform, although it is black with red trim instead.
Although their exact origins are unknown, the Spacewomen appear to be Earth's resident superheroes, and draw on aspects of popular tokusatsu shows of the time. Three individuals appear, plus the evil spy named Giruge. Throughout the film, the Spacewomen assist Gamera as he fights the Captain of the Zanon's pawns, and help Gamera break free from the mind control device that the captain used to control him.
- The Spacewomen can fly.
- The Spacewomen possess superhuman strength and stamina.
- By linking hands, the three Spacewomen can summon their uniforms.
This is a list of references for Spacewomen. 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: 
- TVLand Color Club Special Issue #3 - Gamera Super Monster. Tokuma Shoten. 20 April 1980.
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