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Giringa
AgniriG
Nomenclature
Nickname(s)


None

Biological Information
Species

Unknown CreatureA!H Unknown Minion of Maoh MutationG!G

Forms

Human size,
Giant size

Length

None

Weight

?? kg (Human size)
?? tons (Giant size)

Affiliation Information
Allies

Grand Flasher, Stock, Flashers, Tonchiki, Maoh

Enemies

Human No. 1, Human No. 2, Greenman

Relationships

King Flasher (Creator)A!H Tonchiki (Creator)G!G

Controlled by

King Flasher,
Tonchiki

Production Information
Roar

To be added.

First appearance

Assault! Human Episode 10: Last Moment of the Hero Human!!

Giringa (ギリンガ,   Giringa?) is a punching kaijin created by Toho that first appeared in episode 10 of the 1972 tokusatsu kaiju series, Assault! Human titled Last Moment of the Hero Human!!.


Appearance

Giringa is a vaguely humanoid creature with massive arms, and the left side of his body appears to be 'windswept', with long spikes pointing off from it. Both of his fists are always closed and are very large.

History

Assault! Human

Last Moment of the Hero Human!!

Giringa was created by King Flasher and sent out with his minions, but it was defeated by Junichiro and Junjiro Iwaki.

Go! Greenman

Greenman vs. Giringa

Giringa was the twenty-ninth monster to battle Greenman. It was created by Tonchiki in an attempt to retrieve the blood of children for Maoh. Giringa and its creator teleported near a bush to hide and wait for a child to pass by. Sure enough, a child walked past the bush and Giringa chased the little boy. The kid managed to dodge out of the way every time Giringa tried to grab him and called for Greenman with his Green Call. Greenman then descended from space and did battle with the monster. Tonchiki saw that Giringa was losing, and cast a spell to make it grow larger. Greenman also grew to continue battling. Eventually, Greenman defeated Giringa.

Abilities

Strong Punches

At full strength, Giringa's punches can cause massive amounts of damage.

Trivia

  • In Human, Giringa had very long arms, but when he was needed for Greenman, the suit's arms were shortened.