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Heat-Seeker
The Heat-Seeker in Godzilla: The Series
Piloted by Monique Dupre, H.E.A.T.
Attaches to N.I.G.E.L.
First appearance New Family: Part 2

The Heat-Seeker (HEATシーカー,   Hīto Shīkā) is a rusted ship used by the H.E.A.T. team to investigate various mutations in Godzilla: The Series

History

Godzilla: The Series

The Heat-Seeker is first seen without any paint as a "state-of-the-art research vessel" offered to Dr. Niko Tatopoulos by Monique Dupre as an incentive to let her stay and make sure that the then-unnamed H.E.A.T. was doing their job. Nick takes the bait and the ship becomes a vital asset to the group, as many of the mutations fought in the series are very far away from New York City. The vessel does not truly become the Heat-Seeker until Talkin' Trash, where Randy Hernandez coins the H.E.A.T. acronym and paints the name on the side of the ship, along with its iconic "Shark Face".

Abilities

  • The Heat-Seeker is outfitted with powerful radar equipment.

Gallery

Trivia

  • Like the Calico from Hanna-Barbera's Godzilla series, the Heat-Seeker is a boat crewed by the show's main characters.


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