DougheGoji

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DougheGoji
The DougheGoji on the poster for Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Type CGI
Portrayed by CGI, TJ Storm (motion capture)
Used in Godzilla: King of the Monsters
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The DougheGoji (ドハゴジ,   DohaGoji) is the Godzilla design used in the 2019 film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

Name

"DougheGoji" combines the name of Michael Dougherty, director of Godzilla: King of the Monsters and creator of the design, and Godzilla's Japanese name, Gojira (ゴジラ).

Detail

The DougheGoji largely resembles its predecessor, the GareGoji, but features differently-shaped dorsal plates based on the 1954 design's,[1] a face with slightly larger eyebrows, a thicker neck, longer legs, sharper claws on the feet, 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.

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KingGhidorahsucksGodzillarules3417

one month ago
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2nd strongest.
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TohoTristarkaijugod

2 months ago
Score 1

Awesome!!!

Dont care what people think negative about this or critic to this design. This is freaking cool.
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 months ago
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Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! Muda! MUUUDDDAAA!
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DystrVction

3 months ago
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Thank God that they fixed that terrible design from 2014, this is perfect.
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Conder99

3 months ago
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Hows it terrible?
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Macbeth

3 months ago
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Considering how the revamp has only really touched up on a few details I don't really see how the 2014 version was "terrible" but I do like that his spines more closely resemble the classical maple leaf shape.
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KingGhidorahsucksGodzillarules3417

one month ago
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They just changed the dorsal plates
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Godzilla Raids Again

5 months ago
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About time they took the 2014 design and based it off the 1954 design.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

5 months ago
Score -2
In the 1954 scene in the first film, he has the exact apprearance when reappeared in 2014, yet only 5 years has passed and his apperance got changed? He is over million years old, so that 5 years would be like only 5 minutes of his life. It would be like a human suddenly changing appearance 5 minutes later. The design change does not make sense in the film's continuity.
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Green Blob Thing

5 months ago
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The design changes don't make sense in literally any Godzilla continuity. Why does the second Showa Godzilla constantly change appearance? It's just something you have to roll with. The changes made to this design aren't even that noticeable.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

5 months ago
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And as with previous films, I don't expect the characters to acknowledge his change in appearance at all.
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Keizer Zilla

5 months ago
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There are a few In-Universe theories as why he suddenly changed designs, The most popular one (From what I heard) is that when Dr. Serizawa walks into that temple with Godzilla resting on the ground is him resting from the fight in 2014, When humanity needs him again they revive him with the oxygen destroyer thus mutating his spines and giving him the energy to fight once more.
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Astounding Beyond Belief

5 months ago
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That is not typically how the Oxygen Destroyer works.
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MrAwesomeness360

3 months ago
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Godzilla has always had cosmetic changes in between films and no one ever cares, don't act so surprised.
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DystrVction

3 months ago
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Godzilla is evolution in the flesh. Godzilla has self mutated when he needs to, and makes incremental changes to better himself between films. It's not hard to fathom.
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Macbeth

3 months ago
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Until we have some in universe explanation for some of his features like the dorsal plates and increased height/weight(which I'm not sure there will be) all we can assume is the design change Is simply attributed to director preference the same way Thanos has changed appearance several times in the MCU.

according to the monarch website his size increase is attributed to merely growth
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MrBeastie87

2 months ago
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Godzilla: Aftershock explained why his appearance changed in Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
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Green Blob Thing

6 months ago
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They gon' be rolling in the dough, the dough, the DougheGoji, dough.
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CanadianUSA

6 months ago
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My favorite Godzilla design
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Sorna Fett

6 months ago
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Now we're talking! A NEW PAGE!
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