Black Mechagodzilla resembles the original Mechagodzilla from Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, but is entirely black in color rather than silver. In addition, Black Mechagodzilla's eyes are silver-white rather than orange.
- Godzilla Island (TV 1997-1998) [episodes 96-103]
After being fired from her position, Zagreths develops a final plan for which she acquires Black Mechagodzilla, which was built on the basis of data from Godzilla and Mechagodzilla, but was found defective and decommissioned. Flying down to Godzilla Island in the old machine, she confronted the Earth monsters and challenged G-Guard's own Mechagodzilla to a one-on one fight. During the battle, however, she cheated and soon took out the silver robot, claiming victory. Unfortunately for her, this prompted the other monsters to attack the Black Mechagodzilla, causing it to malfunction. Zagreth was taken prisoner at the G-Guard Base, but soon after, a mysterious beeping noise within the Black Mechagodzilla prompted Beisuke Jinguji and his alien sidekick Torema to release Zagreth to investigate. She escaped, and Torema entered Black Mechagodzilla and discovered that a bomb was the source of the beeping. However, the device proved to be a dud, but the damage had been done. While Torema was distracted by the bomb, but she was not down for long. Right under the noses of Beisuke, Lucas, and Torema, Zagreth stole the G-Guard's Proto-Moguera and used it to finish what the Black Mechagodzilla had started. She ruthlessly attacks the other monsters and the base, and all hope seems lost. However, Torema was able to fix the Black Mechagodzilla, and she used it to fight Proto-Moguera and eventually drive it and its evil pilot back into space.
The powers of the Black Mechagodzilla are much like those of the silver Mechagodzilla, but they are approximately ten times stronger. It can also emit a yellow laser from his mouth, much like Fake Godzilla.
Black Mechagodzilla was found defective and sold at a reduced price. It soon ceased to function normally, with the control room falling apart.
- Main article: Black Mechagodzilla/Gallery.
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