- 1 Design
- 2 Origins
- 3 History
- 4 Abilities
- 5 Filmography
- 6 Video Games
- 7 Books
- 8 Comics
- 9 Gallery
- 10 Roar
- 11 Trivia
- 12 References
- 13 Comments
Dogora initially resembles a bluish amoeba-like blob. Dogora can take the form of a bluish-green vapor, or even be invisible at times. After growing substantially from consuming carbon, Dogora takes the form of a colossal light green jellyfish with long thin tentacles, and an opening on its underside through which it can absorb sources of carbon. When Dogora is struck by missiles, it undergoes cell division and splits into countless smaller blob-like forms. When Dogora comes into contact with wasp venom, its body undergoes a chemical reaction that causes it to crystallize into hardened multicolored rocks.
According to Dr. Munakata, Dogora is a space cell that lived in the Earth's upper atmosphere. The cell was exposed to a huge cloud of radiation located in the atmosphere over Japan, causing it to mutate rapidly. The cell then began to require large amounts of carbon to sustain itself, and so descended to Earth to feed on carbon sources such as diamonds and coal.
HistoryFukuoka, now taking the form of a colossal jellyfish-like creature with long tentacles. Dogora began to feed on coal and diamonds, but was confronted by the JSDF, who blew it to bits with their missiles, but not before hurling a bridge at the humans in an attempt to ward them off. The pieces of Dogora regrew into their own cells, and attacked again. It was discovered that Dogora was weak to wasp and bee venom, as it caused its cells to crystalize. The JSDF released large amounts of wasp venom onto the Dogoras, causing them to harden and die.
Zaguresu after the Xilien endured a chewing-out by her boss, the Giant Dark Emperor. His plan was to summon SpaceGodzilla's ghost to possess Godzilla, who would then pick off the other monsters of Godzilla Island one by one. As the haunted Godzilla wreaked havoc, Dogora tried to use various illusions to keep Torema lost in the woods as she attempted to reach King Caesar. She dissipated Dogora with a shot of her laser pistol, but he quickly reformed. As King Caesar traveled with an ofuda to exorcise Godzilla, Dogora ran interference again, causing an explosion atop a nearby mountain to bury him in rubble. After Godzilla Junior freed King Caesar and he administered the ofuda, Dogora rocketed back up into space, never to return.
London in September 2002, causing 3.9 million deaths.
Dogora can hover in Earth's atmosphere and travel through space.
A single Dogora cell was able to burn through the steel door of a safe.
Dogora can vacuum up sources of carbon and other objects such as cars.
Dogora’s mature form sports four tentacles which were able to lift the two-kilometer Wakato Bridge.
After the JSDF blasted to Dogora's mature form to pieces with surface-to-air missiles, each individual piece lived on and possessed the capability to grow into another massive monster.
Dogora solidifies when exposed to bee and wasp venom, and potentially other types of venom containing hyaluronidase.
- Dogora (1964)
- Godzilla Island (TV 1997-1998) [episodes 69-71, 73-83]
- GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters (2017)
- Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988) - Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom
- Godzilla: Heart-Pounding Monster Island!! (1995) - Sega Pico
- Godzilla: Trading Battle (1998) - Sony PlayStation
- Godzilla Generations (1998) - Sega Dreamcast
Dogora appears in three different ways in the Godzilla game for the NES. It appears in its own hyperspace type, and can first be encountered on Earth. Dogora first appears in its classic, large jellyfish form in the stage's background, and doesn't attack.
Dogora's other two versions appear as smaller enemies in the stage. One version is dark purple while the other is a bright orange/yellow. The differences between the two colors dwell upon the damage they deal and the items they drop. Purple Dogora deal no damage and drop health power ups when they are destroyed. Orange Dogora deal a small amount of damage and drop energy power ups when destroyed. This is also the only time in the game that the energy power ups can be found.
Dogora in Godzilla: Monster of Monsters!
Dogora was the second kaiju to appear on Earth. It first made contact with the Russian space station Mir in the atmosphere, then appeared over London in September 2002. Dogora absorbed thermal energy from the attacks of the British military and moved on to Manchester. Dogora was eventually defeated when chemical plants throughout the United Kingdom and European Union mass-produced chemicals containing active ingredients from wasp venom and sprayed them into the air. By the time Dogora was defeated after two days, major landmarks such as the Tower of London and Big Ben were destroyed and an estimated 3.9 million people were wounded or killed.
Dogora appeared in the 21st century to wreak havoc on humanity, along with other kaiju such as Kamacuras, Rodan, Anguirus, Baragon, and Biollante. However, all of these monsters were no match for Godzilla, who proceeded to kill many of them and was the cause of humanity fleeing Earth in a search for another habitable planet.
- Main article: Dogora/Gallery.
- Dogora's roar was reused for Ultraman's 4th dimensional enemy, .
- For scenes of it in its full form, the Dogora prop was placed in a small vat of water and puppeteered by people holding wires. This gave it the impression of it floating like an airborne squid.
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