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- This article covers the 2019 Godzilla design. For the 2014 design, see GareGoji. For the Godzilla incarnation, see Godzilla (MonsterVerse).
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- 3 Use in other media
- 4 Gallery
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The DougheGoji largely resembles its predecessor, the GareGoji, but features differently-shaped dorsal plates based on the 1954 design's, a face with slightly larger eyebrows, a thicker neck, longer legs, sharper claws on the feet with the toes more spread apart from each other, broader shoulders, and a thicker tail with a round tip instead of a pointed tip. While DougheGoji's tail is officially longer than GareGoji's, it appears slightly smaller in proportion to the rest of Godzilla's body.
Use in other media
- Matt Allsopp
- Christopher Shy
- Unidentified artists
S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla (2019)
NECA Godzilla (2019)
Godzilla Store exclusive Bandai Movie Monster Series Burning Godzilla 2019
Bandai King of the Monsters Series Godzilla 2019
Bandai Godzilla: High Grade Godzilla (2019)
Jakks Pacific Giant Size Godzilla
Jakks Pacific Godzilla and King Ghidorah Kings Collide Battle Pack
Jakks Pacific Godzilla and Rodan Kings Collide Battle Pack
Jakks Pacific Godzilla and Mothra Kings Collide Battle Pack
Sega Prize Godzilla (2019)
X-Plus Gigantic Series Godzilla (2019)
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