Hirofumi Teraoka / Goké

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Goké in Goké, Body Snatcher from Hell
Gokemidoro in Gokemidoro
Hirofumi Teraoka in Goké, Body Snatcher from Hell
Alternate names Gokemidoro, Kokemidoro[1]
Subtitle(s) Space Creature
(宇宙生物,   Uchū Seibutsu)[2]
Body Snatcher from Hell
Species Extraterrestrial vampire
Conceived by Tomio Sagisu[3]
Modeled by Ryosaku Takayama[3]
Played by Hideo Ko (Hirofumi Teraoka),
Keiichi Noda (voice)[4]
First appearance Latest appearance
Gokemidoro Goké, Body Snatcher from Hell
To be added.

Goké, or Gokemidoro (ゴケミドロ,   Gokemidoro), is an extraterrestrial vampire that first appeared in the 1967 P-Productions tokusatsu series, Gokemidoro.

Name[edit | edit source]

Goké was named after Midorogaike (深泥池), a pond located in Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan.[1]

During pre-production, Goké was originally called Kokemidoro (コケミドロ) named after the Saihoji template in Matsuo, Nishikyo Ward, Kyoto, Japan.[1]

Design[edit | edit source]

To be added.

History[edit | edit source]

Showa era[edit | edit source]

Gokemidoro[edit | edit source]

After an alien crashes on earth, it transforms into a human and starts ferociously killing humans.

Goké, Body Snatcher from Hell[edit | edit source]

After a plane crash on an uncharted island, the hijacker, Hirofumi Teraoka flees grabbing, the Flight attendant, Kuzumi, and enters the jungle where he encounters a UFO which he walks inside where a dark blue blob oozes towards Hirofumi. Suddenly, Kuzumi's forehead splits open, causing him to pass out and scream.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

Mind control[edit | edit source]

Goké possesses Hirofumi Teraoka's mind to enslave him through his forehead.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Main article: Goke/Gallery.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

This is a list of references for Kaiju No. 14/Sandbox/Goke. 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]

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

  • Sagisu, Tomio (26 June 1999). Spectreman vs. Lion-Maru: The Era of P Productions and Tomio Sagisu. Ohta Publishing. ISBN 4-87233-466-3.
  • Galbraith IV, Stuart (1996). The Japanese Filmography: 1900 through 1994. McFarland. ISBN 0-7864-0032-3.


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