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In the real world
- Media Blasters releases Gappa to Blu-ray on February 25.
- SRS Cinema releases Attack of the Giant Teacher to Blu-ray and VHS in February.
- Magic: The Gathering releases its Ikoria, Lair of Behemoths set, featuring monsters from the Godzilla series, on April 17.
- Eizo Kaimai, who worked on numerous kaiju suits for Toho including the first Godzilla, passes away on April 24 at the age of 90.
- Season 2 of Godziban premieres on May 1.
- Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, G-Fest XXVII is cancelled on May 6.
- SRS Cinema releases God Raiga vs. King Ohga to Blu-ray and VHS in May.
- Pal Entertainments releases Monster Seafood Wars to Japanese theaters on June 6.
- Mill Creek releases a double feature of The H-Man and Battle in Outer Space to Blu-ray on June 9.
- Warner Bros. delays Godzilla vs. Kong to May 21, 2021, on June 12. Nonetheless, Playmates toys from the film begin to appear in Walmart stores across the United States and Canada in July.
- An online convention called Kaiju Con-Line, organized by Kyle Yount, is held on July 11 and 12.
- Haruma Miura, who played Eren in the live-action Attack on Titan movies, dies at the age of 30 on July 18.
- No Man's Nose releases The 12 Day Tale of the Monster that Died in 8 to Japanese theaters on July 31.
- NECA's license to produce Godzilla figures ends in August.
- Arrow Video releases Gamera: The Complete Collection and Warning from Space on Blu-ray on August 18 and September 27, respectively.
- Indie Rights and Allied Vaughn release Notzilla digitally and on home video, respectively, on August 18.
- An online convention called Kaiju Masterclass, organized by Steve Ryfle, Erik Homenick, John DeSentis, Patrick Galvan, Matt Parmley, Kyle Byrd, and Kyle Gilmore, is held from October 2 to October 4.
- The Godzilla Interception Operation Awaji attraction in the Nijigen no Mori theme park opens to the public on October 10.
- The short Godzilla Appears at Godzilla Fest premieres at Godzilla Fest 2020 Online on November 3.
- 3Y releases Nezura 1964 to Japanese theaters on December 19.
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