|Height||680 cm (22'4")|
|Affiliation||Dark Matter Thieves|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 32|
|Anime Debut||Episode 11|
|Japanese VA||Hiroki Gotō|
|English VA||Brian Beacock|
Geryuganshoop (ゲリュガンシュプ, Geryuganshupu) was one of the Alien Invaders who attacked A-City.
Geryuganshoop is an alien with a face that consists of nothing more than three holes, two being eyes and one being a mouth. Its body is entirely black with little to no detail. It has no arms or legs, but rather a multitude of tentacle-like appendages, much like an octopus.
In anime, he appears to possess blue body covered with translucent skin, which turns rainbow-colored in fight.
Geryuganshoop is loyal to Boros; willing to throw himself in danger to defend him from intruders. At the same time, he recognizes his own rank and hands out orders to all members of the Dark Matter Thieves from a control room, namely the various workers on board the ship. He is calculative in most circumstances, but can lose his cool if the ship and those within it are put in danger.
In regard to his prowess in battle, Geryuganshoop is somewhat arrogant and believes that there is not another psychic in the entire universe that surpasses his skill. As such, he thinks of himself as much more powerful than he truly is; attempting to handle even an intruder that has wiped out a large portion of the ship and its workers on his own.
Hero Association SagaEdit
Alien Conquerors ArcEdit
Geryuganshoop is first seen monitoring the damage done to the ship. After Boros approaches him, inquiring what is happening on the ship, Geryuganshoop explains the situation and is ordered to send Groribas after Saitama. Geryuganshoop explains that Groribas had already been killed and Melzalgald was tied up on the ground.
Geryuganshoop contacts Melzalgald with the orders to return to the ship and attack the intruder. However, Melzalgald is unable to and requests support fire from the ship. Geryuganshoop contacts the scanners afterward while also telepathically contacting Saitama, warning him not to go further into the ship. Saitama blatantly disregards the order and does the opposite, charging into Boros' throne room.
Geryuganshoop attacks Saitama from behind with a barrage of rubble from the destroyed door, claiming that as the top telekinetic in the universe, no one can survive his attacks. He sends a large amount of rubble at Saitama, believing himself to have won, but is surprised to see Saitama standing unharmed. Saitama remarks that throwing rocks around with telekinesis is a waste of superpowers, since anyone can throw stones. He demonstrates by throwing a small rock at Geryuganshoop's head, splitting him in half.
Abilities and PowersEdit
Geryuganshoop has been stated to be one of the most powerful beings in the group of invaders. When he fought Saitama, he wasn't scared of him, despite Saitama defeating Groribas, suggesting he thought he could have won.
Supernatural AbilitesEditPsychokinesis: Geryuganshoop possesses the ability to levitate and hurl matter using his mind.
Telepathy (テレパシー, Terepashī): Geryuganshoop used telepathy to contact Saitama and tried to stop his rampage through the ship in an attempt to peacefully guide him to an exit. In addition he has used telepathy to communicate with his comrades, Melzalgald and Groribas.
Expert Psychic Combatant: Geryuganshoop uses his environment to his advantage, launching pebbles and rocks at his opponents with his psychokinesis. He also claims to be the top psychic combatant in the universe.
- Telekinetic Shower of Rubble (念動流石波, Nen-dō Sasuga Nami): Geryuganshoop builds up a tornado composed of rubble around himself and then accelerates the rubble at a target.
- Telekinetic Gravitational Wave: (Anime-only) Geryuganshoop drastically increases the forces of gravity around a specific point.
Major Battles Edit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 One-Punch Man Encyclopedia; One-Punch Man: Hero Perfection, page 158
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 32, page 54-58
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 33, page 6-9
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 33, page 18-27
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 34, page 2-5
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 34, page 2
- ↑ One-Punch Man Anime; Episode 11