Gamera (GAMERA -Rebirth-)

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Gamera (GAMERA -Rebirth-)
Gamera in the key visual for GAMERA -Rebirth-. This image has been brightened for clarity.
Alternate names Gamera 2023
Height 60 meters[1]
Weight 800 metric tons[1]
Enemies Gyaos, Jiger, Zigra, other kaiju
Designed by Kan Takahama
First appearance GAMERA -Rebirth-
This article concerns an upcoming subject, and will be updated with new information as it arises.

Gamera (ガメラ) is a giant, flying, turtle-like kaiju who will star in the upcoming 2023 anime series GAMERA -Rebirth-.


For GAMERA -Rebirth-, Gamera was designed by Kan Takahama,[2] who previously designed and modeled Toto[3] in Gamera the Brave and designed Gamera for Katsuhito Ishii's 2015 short film.[4]


Gamera's appearence is heavily reminicent of the design from the 2015 Gamera short film, specifically in the monster's posture, carapace shape, and head shape. However, this Gamera is a dark greenish-blue in color, with bright blue-green accents on his spiked plastron. He has large, bright green eyes and a pointed snout, a longer tail, as well as large front "hands". Similar to the Heisei incarnation of the character, while flying, this Gamera's front limbs transform into flipper-like "wings", with bright blue jets of flame blasting out from the wings and where his hind limbs would usually be.


Reiwa era

GAMERA -Rebirth-

In the summer of 1989, after Tokyo was struck by Gyaos, Gamera saved elementary school students Boco, Joe, Junichi, and Brody from the creatures. Gamera went on to battle five varieties of kaiju in all, including the Gyaos and Jiger, though he received wounds.



Gamera is capable of flight at great speeds, seeming to propel himself using jets from his limbs. He was able to outmaneuver several missiles from a naval fleet.


After charging up, Gamera is able to blast a fiery projectile from his mouth.

Physical abilities

Gamera appears to be a capable hand-to-hand combatant, and was strong enough to lift and toss Jiger.






This is a list of references for Gamera (GAMERA -Rebirth-). These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Measurements provided on the tag of Bandai's Gamera (2023) Movie Monster Series figure.
    MMS Gamera 2023 tag stats.jpeg
  2. "CAST&STAFF". GAMERA -Rebirth- Official Site. Retrieved 30 March 2023.
  3. Nakamura, Shimazaki & Hazawa 2015, pp. 140-142.
  4. Noguchi 2015, pp. 94-95.



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