List of minor Toho monsters

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This page is a list of minor monsters from Toho-licensed media. This is defined as any kaiju, kaijin, animals, plants, or other beings whose roles have little overall relevance in the media they are featured in, and which are generally not trademarked. As a result, this page does not include characters such as the Meganulon and/or the Meganula, Fairy Mothra, Garugaru, the Barem, and Ghogo, which are all trademarked.

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Godzilla series

Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
(三葉虫,   Sanyōchū)

(トリロバイト,   Torirobaito)

Godzilla (1954)
Species: Prehistoric Arthropod • Length: 1 millimeter to 72 centimeters • Weight: 4.5 kilograms
Main article: Trilobite.
In Godzilla, a living trilobite was discovered by Dr. Kyohei Yamane in one of Godzilla's footprints on Odo Island. Yamane concluded from the creature's presence in the footprint, along with the age of the sediment found with it, that Godzilla must have been living in a deep underwater pocket since the Jurassic Period before being disturbed by H-bomb testing. In Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla, Dr. Tokumitsu Yuhara created a cybernetic "Mecha-Trilobite." This technology would lay the groundwork for the construction of Kiryu, using the original Godzilla's skeleton.
Boiling earth pool creature
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Godzilla Raids Again (1955)
[U.S. version]
In Dr. Yamane's presentation of footage on the prehistory of Earth, the head of a creature rises out of a "boiling earth pool". It then glances at its surroundings and returns to the pool.
  • Despite the speculation that all of these creatures are stock footage from other films, no one has identified the films that they are sourced from. The exceptions are a Dimetrodon and the ceratosaurs, which were found in Unknown Island (1948).
Bulbous-eyed frog creature
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A frog-like creature with bulbous eyes rises out of a "boiling earth pool" and peeks at its surroundings.


Two sauropods clash in the Mesozoic Era.
A Dimetrodon crawls along the ground in the Mesozoic Era.
Giant Gila monster
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A giant Gila monster shambles on top of a Dimetrodon in the Mesozoic Era.
Before footage of Godzilla's destruction in 1954, three ceratosaurs can be seen strolling aimlessly.
Giant Lizard
(大トカゲ,   Ōtokage)

Large Lizard



Giant Lizard of Faro Island (ファロ島の大トカゲ,   Faro-tō no Ōtokage)

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King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
Species: Lizard • Length: ~1 meter[3]Place of Emergence: Faro IslandRoar:
Main article: Giant Lizard.
A Giant Lizard scared Kinsaburo Furue while he and an exploration party searched the jungles of Faro Island for King Kong. Osamu Sakurai informed Furue that it was only a lizard and instructed him to throw it down, then shot and killed the reptile with his rifle.
Giant Octopus
(大ダコ,   Ōdako)
King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
Frankenstein vs. Baragon (1965) [alternate ending]
The War of the Gargantuas (1966)
Main article: Giant Octopus.
In King Kong vs. Godzilla, the Giant Octopus attacked a native village on Faro Island before being driven off by King Kong. The Giant Octopus was also featured in the unused alternate ending for Frankenstein vs. Baragon (1965), where it appeared from the depths of a lake and dragged Frankenstein underwater to his apparent death after his victory over Baragon. The Giant Octopus' last film appearance to date came the following year in The War of the Gargantuas (1966), where it attacked a boat, fought Gaira at sea, and was defeated by the humanoid giant.
Mysterious Bones of Infant Island
Infanto-tō no Kaikotsu

Skeleturtle [fan name]

Kame no Gaikotsu

Infant Island's Kai Kotsu

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Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964)
Species: Turtle • Height: 1 meter • Length: 2 meters • Weight: 500kg • Place of Emergence: Infant Island
Main article: Mysterious Bones.
The Mysterious Bones of Infant Island were present when Ichiro Sakai, Junko Nakanishi, and Shunsuke Miura arrived on the desolate and irradiated Infant Island. One of them, nicknamed the Skeleturtle (shown here), has since appeared in print media and has even received official merchandise.
Other Mysterious Bones of Infant Island
Infanto-tō no Betsu
no Kaikotsu
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In addition to the Skeleturtle, Ichiro Sakai and his team discovered several other mysterious skeletons strewn across Infant Island. These included a giant skull and rib cage, smaller long-snouted skulls, and several others.

As with the Skeleturtle, an ornament of the Other Mysterious Bones of Infant Island was produced by Cast. It is able to be attached to the Skeleturtle ornament to create a fuller scene of the island.
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Giant Condor
(大コンドル,   Ōkondoru)

Giant Eagle
(大ワシ,   Ōwashi)

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Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966)
All Monsters Attack (1969)
[stock footage, as the "Giant Eagle"]
Main article: Giant Condor.
In Ebirah, Horror of the Deep, the Giant Condor attacked Godzilla on Letchi Island, but was promptly killed by a blast of his atomic breath. It reappeared through stock footage as the Giant Eagle in All Monsters Attack.
Giant Praying Mantis
(大カマキリ,   Ōkamakiri)
Giant Praying Mantis
Son of Godzilla (1967)
Height: ~2 meters[4]Place of Emergence: Sollgel IslandRoar:

The Giant Praying Mantises were native to Sollgel Island, and stalked its jungles at night. One mantis wandered too close to the camp of several United Nations scientists on the island, who were able to scare it away with gunshots. When the scientists' weather-controlling experiment went awry and triggered unrelenting radioactive storms, three of these mantises were mutated into giant monsters dubbed Kamacuras.

Hitokui Shokubutsu
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All Monsters Attack (1969)
Height: Unknown[5][6]Weight: Unknown[5][6]Place of Emergence: Dream Monster Island[5]
Main article: Maneater.

The Maneater appeared when Ichiro Miki walked in front of it, distracted by watching Minilla trying to fire atomic breath in front of Godzilla, but failing. The Maneater sneakily grabbed Ichiro, put him up to its body, and covered his mouth so he could not talk. Ichiro then woke up from his dream and realized that he was being kidnapped by bank robbers.

  • The Maneater's Japanese name, Hitokui Shokubutsu, literally translates to "man-eating plant," referencing how it grabbed Ichiro Miki and tried to eat him. A 2008 Cast ornament of the creature gives it the full name Man-Eating Plant of Dream Monster Island (夢の怪獣島の人食い植物,   Yume no Kaijū-tō no Hitokui Shokubutsu).
Cast Maneater ornament tag
Smog Factory
Kōgai Kōjō
Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971)

During one of the film's animated segments, the Smog Factory made an appearance, grabbing up surrounding trees with its claws and growing in size while producing large quantities of smog. Hedorah appeared and ate the smog being produced, sitting on top of the factory and consuming it whole. Once the Smog Factory was completely consumed, Hedorah flew away.

  • An ornament of the Smog Factory along with an animated Hedorah has been produced by Cast.
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  • Along with Hedorah, the Smog Factory is one of the first characters in the Godzilla franchise to appear in animation.
Fish People
Sakana Ningen
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The Fish People were the product of a hallucination experienced by Yukio Keuchi while at a night club. He hallucinated that the other patrons of the club all possessed fish heads as they were dancing to the song "Return the Sun!." After shaking his head, he quickly snapped out of the hallucination.

(シュクラ,   Shukura)
Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972) Also known as the "homework monster," Shukra is one of Gengo Odaka's original monsters. Graffiti of Shukra was included on a wall in the 2024 Monsterverse film Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.[7] However, it is not visible onscreen.
(ママゴン,   Mamagon)
Also known as the "monster of strict mothers," Mamagon is one of Gengo Odaka's original monsters. Her design is loosely based on Gengo's girlfriend, Tomoko Tomoe. Graffiti of Mamagon was included on a wall in the 2024 Monsterverse film Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.[7] However, she is not recognizable onscreen, with only the top of her antenna visible.
Gengo Odaka's other monster creations
Two more monster drawings are briefly glimpsed inside the apartment / art studio of Gengo Odaka.
(ショッキラス,   Shokkirasu)

Giant Sea Louse

The Return of Godzilla (1984)
Main article: Shockirus.
A sea louse mutated after parasitizing Godzilla, the Shockirus came aboard the Yahata Maru No. 5 and killed many of its crew members. It later attacked Goro Maki when he came aboard the ship, but was subsequently killed by Hiroshi Okumura, the sole survivor of its attack.
(ドラット,   Doratto)

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Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991)
Main article: Dorat.
Genetically engineered pets from the future, three Dorats were released on Lagos Island in 1944 by the Futurian Emmy Kano. In 1954, the Dorats were exposed to the Castle Bravo H-bomb test, which merged them together and mutated them into King Ghidorah.
Zuiyo-maru creature
(ニューネッシー,   Nyū Nesshī, lit. New Nessie)
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Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991)
(シプニオキス,   Shipuniokisu)
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993)

Shipniocus is a prehistoric fernaceous plant discovered adhering to the eggs of both BabyGodzilla and Rodan on Adonoa Island. It emits a mysterious telepathic energy which, when interpreted by psychics and fed into a recording, produces a melody. Whenever Baby or Rodan heard this melody, they received a large intake of power. In the case of Rodan, the energy from this melody was sufficient to revive him following his battle with Godzilla and transform him into Fire Rodan.

Pteranodon Robot
(翼竜ロボット,   Yokuryū Robotto,
lit. Pterosaur Robot)


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Main article: Pteranodon Robot.

The brainchild of Kazuma Aoki, the Pteranodon Robot was a flying vehicle modeled after the Pteranodons he adored so much. Aoki brought the completed robot to the enclosure where BabyGodzilla was being held by the United Nations Godzilla Countermeasure Center and cared for by Azusa Gojo. Aoki let Azusa ride on the robot with him, but as they passed over Baby's enclosure the robot sputtered and suddenly dropped out of the sky, crashing in the enclosure. Both Aoki and Azusa were unhurt, though the Pteranodon Robot was damaged. Aoki later repaired the Pteranodon Robot and used it to exit the Garuda during the battle between Godzilla and Super Mechagodzilla.

Giant Octopus
Giant Octopus
[stock footage]

During the first military operation against the giant mutated iguana dubbed Godzilla in Manhattan, two looters named Renny and Jimmy were robbing an electronic store. As their crime was being committed, the 1955 film It Came from Beneath the Sea played on one of the store's television sets, featuring the titular giant octopus. Suddenly, Godzilla came charging through the street where the electronics store was located, scaring away but narrowing missing the two thieves with its crushing feet.

  • It Came from Beneath the Sea was produced and distributed by Columbia Pictures, a sister company to TriStar Pictures and Sony. Its inclusion may have been an affordable alternative to one of Toho's other monster movie creations in what is essentially a brief visual gag.
(イッシー,   Isshī)
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Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001) Issie is a cryptid said to inhabit Japan's Lake Ikeda. It is only seen on signs advertising the lake, from where Mothra would soon emerge.
(メカトリロバイト,   Mekatorirobaito)[8]


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Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002)
Main article: Trilobite#Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla.

By 1999, scientist Tokumitsu Yuhara had successfully created a cybernetic trilobite, which was dubbed a Mecha-Trilobite (メカトリロバイト,   Mekatorirobaito). Using living nerves and tissue from horseshoe crabs along with robotic components and special "DNA computers," Yuhara perfectly replicated the extinct arthropod, which moved and behaved as if it were alive. Yuhara intended to use this method to revive extinct species and preserve endangered ones. When the Japanese government learned of Yuhara's work, it recruited him to use his method to cybernetically revive the original Godzilla by merging his skeleton into a battle machine dubbed Kiryu so it could fight the current Godzilla.

(フターミ,   Futāmi)
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Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003)

Futami is only seen in a DNA canister.

(テズーカ,   Tezūka)
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Tezuka is also only seen in a DNA canister.

Deep-sea fish
(深海魚,   shinkaigyo)
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Godzilla Minus One (2023)

Deceased deep-sea fish serve as heralds for Godzilla throughout the film, their swim bladders emerging from the mouths, starting before his attack on Odo Island in 1945. Following his irradiation, the fish increase in size and number.

  • In Novel Version: Godzilla Minus One, a mechanic notes that the fish rush to the surface in a panic when Godzilla stirs, killing themselves with the sudden change in pressure.[10]
  • The deep-sea fish swim bladders were sculpted by Shigemasa Yoshida and attached to real fish carcasses.[11][12] It is unknown if the larger fish were also practical effects.


Main article: List of Monsterverse monsters#Films.

Other Toho films

Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Snowman's child
Yuki Otoko no Kodomo

Baby Snowman

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Half Human (1955)
Main article: Snowman's child.
Liquid Toad
Ekitai Gama
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The H-Man (1958)
Main article: Liquid Toad.
Mythical bird
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The Three Treasures (1959) During the introduction of the Japanese gods and goddesses, a mythical bird can be seen flying around.
Vampire Plant
Kyūketsu Shokubutsu
lit. Bloodsucking Plant)
Mothra (1961)
Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003)
[stock footage]
Main article: Vampire Plant.

When Shinichi Chujo was exploring Infant Island on his own, he came across mutated flora. As he passed through the low-hanging vines, the plants attacked him, squeezing him into unconsciousness. Before passing out, the last thing he saw were the Shobijin, who saved his life.

Giant Boar
(大猪,   Ōinoshishi)
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Frankenstein vs. Baragon (1965)

While hunting for food, Frankenstein attempted to lure a Giant Boar into a trap he had dug. However, the animal escaped and a tank fell into the trap instead.

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Giant Sea Serpent
(大海蛇,   Ōumihebi)
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King Kong Escapes (1967)
Main article: Giant Sea Serpent.
(コンドル,   Kondoru)
Latitude Zero (1969)

The condor was caught and kept in a containment cell by the evil scientist Malic.[13] Eventually, the condor was brought out when Malic needed to create a monster to intercept the crew of the Alpha. It was slaughtered and its wings were cut off, which would later be grafted to a lion possessing the brain of the Black Shark's captain Kroiga, forming the Griffon.

Giant Rats
(大ネズミ,   Ōnezumi)

Giant mice

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Main article: Giant Rat.
Mata mata turtle
Matamata game
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Space Amoeba (1970)

Venturing through the jungles of Sergio Island, Saki screamed at the sight of a mata mata turtle. After the failures of Gezora and Ganimes, the Space Amoeba transformed it into the giant turtle monster Kamoebas.

Sergio Island Bats
Serujio-jima no Kōmori

Giant Bats
(大コウモリ,   Ōkōmori)[14]

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Height: 80 centimeters[14]Weight: 1800 grams[14]

A swarm of bats caused Gezora, a monster created by the malevolent Space Amoeba, to break off his attack on a Sergio Island village. After Rico told the others about this incident, Dr. Miya concluded that ultrasonic waves must be the key to defeating the alien monsters. While searching for bats, Kudo and Ayako were chased by another Space Amoeba-created monster, a giant turtle called Kamoebas. They discovered a cave housing the flying mammals. The bats' sonar repelled the monster, proving Dr. Miya's theory. The next day, the alien directed Obata to light the entrance of a cave on fire in an attempt to kill the bats. He revealed his alien possession to the others, but an emotional appeal by Ayako allowed his human side to resurface long enough to let the bats escape. The aliens took control once again, summoning Kamoebas and a second Ganimes to the island to finally destroy the humans. The bats swarmed around the two monsters, disrupting the extraterrestrial influence. No longer controlled by the aliens, the monsters came to blows.

Soft-bodied Humans
(軟体人間,   Nantai Ningen)

Mutants [fan name]

Soft-bodied Humans
Prophecies of Nostradamus (1974)
Subtitle: Mutant Kaijin (変異怪人,   Heni Kaijin)
Height: 130 centimeters[15]Weight: 30 kilograms[15]

In 1999, the scientist Ryougen Nishiyama warned humanity that if they did not stop the arms race, it would lead to World War III. To illustrate his point, he depicted a bleak future of a world dwelled by the mutated survivors of a devastating nuclear war; the Soft-bodied Humans in this hypothesis had reverted to an animalistic state and fought each other over whatever resources they could find among the wreckage.

Giant Slugs
(大ナメクジ,   Ōnamekuji)
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Height: 40 centimeters[16]Weight: 200 grams[16]

The Giant Slugs were created after the human race's struggle for survival led them to the Gibberellin, a plant which triples the growth rate of an average food harvest and Earth's pollution after corporations disobeyed the Japanese government's efforts to take care of the environment at all costs. Instead of complying to the agreement, corporations merely developed a technique to mask the noxious fumes being poured into the sky. So, after the excessive amounts of pollution and the Gibberellin's hormones, Earth's slugs were mutated into Giant Slugs. Fortunately, the Japanese government wasted no time in eradicating the oversized mollusks, sending flamethrower-equipped soldiers to take care of the creatures. Thanks to the Self Defense Force, every last one of the Giant Slugs were burned alive.

Giant Carnivorous Tree
Kyodai Nikushoku-ju

Mutant Flower [fan name]

Giant Carnivorous Tree

While the United Nations investigation team are dispatched to New Guinea, a Giant Carnivorous Tree eats a bird.

Giant Bats
(大コウモリ,   Ōkōmori)[14]

Bloodsucking Bats
Kyūketsu Kōmori

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Height: 1 meter[14]Weight: 10 kilograms[14]

A United Nations investigation team goes missing after being dispatched to New Guinea after a series of freak climate changes that were occurring across the globe. A second party is sent out to gather information on the incident and to rescue the first party. It is revealed that atomic dust clouds are polluting the interior of New Guinea. The United Nations team is forced to don anti-radiation suits to continue venturing through New Guinea. As they continue their journey, the second party realizes that the local wildlife has been irradiated by the dust clouds. Some of those creatures were the Giant Bats. The Giant Bats assaulted the United Nations team, and the members of the team were forced to duck and cover to escape the blows from the Giant Bats' wings. Eventually, the group pulled out pistols, shot all the Bats down, and continued on their journey.

Giant Leeches
(大蛭,   Ōhiru)

Mutant Leeches [fan name]


A United Nations expedition team was sent to New Guinea to rescue a previous expedition team that went missing after a series of freak climate changes that were occurring across the globe. Upon arrival to New Guinea, the team discovered that atomic dust clouds had irradiated the animal population. After being attacked by Giant Bats, the team encountered mutant Giant Leeches living on the trees and in their branches.

Giant Plants
Kyodai Shokubutsu
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One of many strange phenomena occurring across Japan, a group of Giant Plants invaded a subway system and ensnared a train before bursting through the vehicle's windows and attacking the passengers onboard.

(竜,   Ryū)

Sea Dragon
(海竜,   Kairyū)[17][18]

Indian Dragon
Tenjiku no Ryū

[20][note 1]

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Princess from the Moon (1987)
Height: 15 meters[17][18]Length: 100 meters[19]Weight: 3,000 metric tons[17][18]Place of Emergence: Indian Ocean[20]
Main article: Dragon.

While a crew of sailors was sailing aboard their boat in the ocean, they witnessed the Dragon surface near their boat. Their first reaction was to shoot the Dragon with harpoons, landing only a few hits. The Dragon then swam at full speed toward the ship, destroying it and killing all aboard.

  • In addition to a prop of the monster's entire body, special effects director Teruyoshi Nakano also constructed a large animatronic of the Dragon's neck.
  • A popular rumor is that the Dragon prop was originally constructed for the unmade Toho and Hammer Films collaboration film Nessie and reused by Teruyoshi Nakano for Princess from the Moon. However, given that Nessie was cancelled nearly a decade before Princess from the Moon was produced, and that no confirmation of this is made in any known official books, this rumor is most likely false.
(恐竜,   Kyōryū)[21]
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Rebirth of Mothra 3 (1998)

Shortly after Rainbow Mothra traveled back in time to the Cretaceous Period, a Pteranodon flew past him, and a Tyrannosaurus rex pursued a herd of Triceratops nearby. As it bit into a straggler's neck, Cretaceous King Ghidorah seized it in his central head. Before the T-rex could be devoured and Cretaceous King Ghidorah could abduct the Triceratops, Rainbow Mothra made his presence known with a volley of Cross Heat Rainbow Lasers, causing the space monster to drop the screaming dinosaur.

After Rainbow Mothra severed part of Cretaceous King Ghidorah's tail with another Cross Heat Rainbow Laser, a Triceratops and a Tyrannosaurus observed the appendage as it burrowed underground and stared at each other in concern.

(アプケロス,   Apukerosu)
Monster Hunter (2020)
Main article: Apceros.

Meowscular Chef (料理長,   Ryōri-chō)

Felyne (アイルー,   Airū)


To be added.

Gore Magala
(ゴア・マガラ,   Goa Magara)

Upon the defeat of the Greater Rathalos, another portal opens, revealing a dragon perched upon the Sky Tower. The dragon takes flight and enters our world, challenging the three hunters into a battle that takes them back into the New World. A mysterious cloaked figure observes the battle as the Palico joins the fight.

(ガレオス,   Gareosu)
Height: 1.8 meters[22]

Stumbling upon an oasis with a herd of Apceros, the Hunter offers a thirsty Artemis to go to the water first. A Cephalos quickly emerges from the sand and attacks, but it is quickly decapitated by the Hunter. After the attack, he admits to letting Artemis go first as a means to lure it out. The remains of the monster would be cooked and eaten by them both.

Concept art
Dah'ren Mohran bones

While traveling through a mysterious desert in the New World, Artemis and her team discover the remains of a Dah'ren Mohran.

Lagiacrus-like statues

While traveling to the Sky Tower, Artemis and a group of hunters pass through ruins with giant stone heads that appear to depict the aquatic monster Lagiacrus.

Nerscylla eggs

While Artemis wanders through the Nerscylla nest, looking for a means of escape, she stumbles upon a cluster of eggs with fully formed embryos visible inside of them.

Nerscylla hatchlings
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(ゴメス,   Gomesu)
Shin Ultraman (2022)
Subtitle: Giant Unknown Lifeform (巨大不明生物,   Fumei Seibutsu)



After waking up in a mine, Gomess ravaged the Japanese countryside until JSDF tanks killed him. He was the first giant monster to appear in Japan.

Production and concept art
  • The CG model of Gomess is a modified version of Godzilla's model in Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno's previous film Shin Godzilla. This is a reference to how Gomess was originally portrayed by a modified Godzilla suit in episode 1 of Ultra Q.[23]
  • In Ultra Q, Gomess also emerges from a mine, although he is killed by the giant bird monster Litra instead of the JSDF. A shot of his eye opening underground just before the episode's title card is replicated in Shin Ultraman.
Mammoth Flower
(マンモスフラワー,   Manmosu Furawā)
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Subtitle: Giant Unknown Lifeform No. 2 (巨大不明生物第2号,   Kyodai Fumei Seibutsu Dai-nigō)

The Mammoth Flower was the second giant monster to appear in Japan, emerging outside of Tokyo Station where it was eliminated by the JSDF using flamethrowers and carbon dioxide.

  • The digital set for Tokyo Station that the Mammoth Flower appeared outside of was reused from the finale of Shin Godzilla, which Higuchi and Anno directed previously.[23]
  • The Mammoth Flower was also defeated by carbon dioxide in Ultra Q.
  • The Mammoth Flower was named Juran in Ultra Q.
(ペギラ,   Pegira)
Subtitle: Giant Unknown Lifeform No. 3 (巨大不明生物第3号,   Kyodai Fumei Seibutsu Dai-sangō)



The third giant monster to appear in Japan, Peguila froze Tokyo, including Tokyo Tower, before JSDF tanks killed him.

  • Peguila's design was based upon an illustration of the monster by Yuji Kaida.[23]
  • On-screen text in Shin Ultraman references the title of the second Ultra Q episode that Peguila appeared in, "Tokyo Ice Age."
(ラルゲユウス,   Rarugeyuusu)
Subtitle: Hostile Giant Unknown Lifeform No. 4 - Flying Monster (敵性巨大不明生物第4号 飛翔禍威獣,   Kyodai Fumei Seibutsu Dai-yongō - Hishō Kaijū)

The fourth giant monster to appear in Japan, Larugeus flew through the grounds of Matsumoto Castle, kicking up great clouds of dust and debris with each beat of its gigantic wings. Larugeus then flew off into the sunset, and had continued to evade detection by the time of Ultraman's arrival.

(カイゲル,   Kaigeru)
Subtitle: Hostile Giant Unknown Lifeform No. 5 - Dissolving Monster (敵性巨大不明生物第5号 溶解禍威獣,   Kyodai Fumei Seibutsu Dai-gogō - Yōkai Kaijū)

The fifth giant monster to appear in Japan, Kaigel was the first monster successfully exterminated by both the JSDF and the S-Class Species Suppression Protocol (SSSP).

  • Like Peguila, Kaigel's design was based on an illustration by Yuji Kaida.[23]
  • Kaigel was the original proposed name for Goga in Ultra Q.[24]
(パゴス,   Pagosu)
Subtitle: Hostile Giant Unknown Lifeform No. 6 - Predatory Radioactive Material Monster (敵性巨大不明生物第6号 放射性物質捕食禍威獣,   Kyodai Fumei Seibutsu Dai-rokugō - Hōshasei Busshitsu Hoshoku Kaijū)



After eating radioactive materials, Pagos was successfully exterminated by the SSSP. He was the sixth giant monster to appear in Japan.

Unidentified ghosts
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yokaipedia (2022)


Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Firebird's eggs
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Godzilla Episode 1,
"The Firebird"
Brock and Quinn notice that the Firebird is heading straight for the Arctic, and so the Calico crew and Godzilla all head after the monster. Blake theorizes that the Firebird is going to lay eggs. Godzilla and the Firebird resume their fight in the Arctic, which ends with the Firebird's defeat.
Space visitors
Godzilla Episode 8,
"The Horror of Forgotten Island"
While seeking safety inside a tunnel from the rampaging Cyclops Creature, Quinn and the rest of the Calico crew discover ancient hieroglyphs that shed more light on the one-eyed monster's past: long ago, a spacecraft from another galaxy, piloted by at least two giant aliens, came to Earth and landed on the island, where the pilots were attacked by the same Cyclops Creature. Unable to defeat the creature, the aliens created a crystalline computer, one that Quinn and Pete had stumbled across earlier, to trap the Cyclops Creature by creating the force field that surrounds the island, preventing it from ever escaping.
  • While never given names, Captain Majors refers to the aliens simply as "space visitors."
  • The space visitors share a striking resemblance to Ultraman, notably the overall body shape and familiar headcrest.
Watchuki People
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Godzilla Episode 12,
"The Sub-Zero Terror"
The Watchuki, sometimes called the Snowmen, were a species of ape-like people living in the Himalayas. Thousands of years ago, humans drove the Watchuki high into the mountains, where they would remain, and become the subject of local superstition. There they discovered a jungle growing in an dormant volcano and used geothermal power to maintain a thriving civilization hidden within the mountain. They mined gems and developed relatively advanced technologies and weapons during their exile, as they kept their large warriors in cryogenic stasis, and prepared for their return to the surface world to wage war on the humans and take back their mountainous lands. It is posited by Dr. Quinn Darian that their xenophobic attitude led to their being forced into the mountains in the first place, but the veracity of this statement is never addressed or confirmed.

When the crew of the Calico came to the Himalayas, they were led into forbidden territory inhabited by the Watchuki, who took them prisoner. Godzilla arrived to rescue them and they sent the Great Watchuka after them. Godzilla defeated their champion, but the battle reactivated the volcano and triggered an eruption. Godzilla slammed a giant stone into the mouth of the volcano to stop the eruption, presumably burning the Great Watchuka and all of the Watchuki to death in the lava.

Godzilla Episode 13,
"The Time Dragons"
Main article: Diplodocus.

A Diplodocus rose from the depths of the ocean to attack the Calico crew when they were sent back in time by a falling satellite. The dinosaur almost managed to destroy its enemies, but it was stopped by Godzilla. Godzilla surfaced from the jungle to battle the Diplodocus, but once the Diplodocus saw Godzilla's fire breath, it quickly turned around and retreated.

  • The Diplodocus has no known abilities.
  • Diplodocus was a real dinosaur genus, and was actually an herbivore that lived on land rather than in the ocean. Diplodocus lived from 154 to 152 million years ago during the Late Jurassic Period and, at up to 25 meters in length, was one of the longest land animals to ever walk the Earth.
Giant lobsters
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 6,
"Cat and Mouse"

When Niko Tatopoulos and Audrey Timmonds are reunited, he is quickly pulled away to investigate sightings of giant lobsters. They are only mentioned and not seen.

  • The giant lobsters may be a nod to Ebirah.
Quetzalcoatl's chicks
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 10,
"Bird of Paradise"
Baby Nessie
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 11,
Baby Ice Borer
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 16,
Giant Mutant Worker Termites
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 17,
"Bug Out"
Infant Giant Mutant Widow Spiders
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 18,
"Web Site"
H.E.A.T. ventured into the jungle to find some of the spiders and collected a few samples. They broke up into two groups, but both of them were pursued by Infant Giant Mutant Widow Spiders. They got into a great fight and returned to the base to treat the wounded, but then discovered that these spiders were like widow spiders, only larger; this caused them to theorize that they might be a new species. Hicks planned to eliminate the spiders by dousing the island in pesticides, but realized that that would kill everything else on it. The spiders were resistant to almost all toxins, and the Queen Giant Mutant Widow Spider attacked the base.
Baby D.R.A.G.M.A.s
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 22,
"Future Shock"
Unnamed Mutant Mania monsters
Yellow-eyed reptile
Godzilla: The Series Episode 26,
"Freak Show"

Aside from Medusa and the Giant Gila Monster, the Mutant Mania Circus possessed at least two other monsters: one a green, yellow-eyed reptile, the other unseen except for swiping at Dr. Mendel Craven with a gray, armored and clawed hand.

Komodithrax's egg
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 27,
"End of the Line"

Godzilla and Komodithrax built a nest for Komodithrax's egg. H.E.A.T. used the H.E.A.T. Copter to prevent military helicopters from reaching it, but a Giant Turtle awakened and posed a new threat to the egg. Komodithrax was injured in the struggle, and Godzilla rose to fight the Giant Turtle. Komodithrax ultimately flipped the Giant Turtle over on his back and pushed him into a fissure in the ice, but also fell in with him alongside the egg.

Area 51 mutations
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 32,
"Area 51"
Main article: Area 51 Mutations.

After being created by American nuclear tests at Area 51, the Desert Lizard and Desert Rat were collected by the U.S. military and kept in Area 51 where they were tested to see if they could offer anything beneficial to humanity. They were then kept there in secret alongside the Thorny Devil and the Giant Armadillo, until the others escaped into the above-ground facility. They are the only two mutations that are shown not to have escaped, although it is unknown if any other mutations were kept on the facility.

Second Wave Scorpions
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Godzilla: The Series Episode 34,
"Where is Thy Sting?"
Giant pitcher plants
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Godziban Episode 45, "Godzilla-kun to the Woods"
Giant Venus flytraps
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Godziban Episode 45, "Godzilla-kun to the Woods"
Giant Shark
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Godziban "Three Thousand Leagues in Search of Minilla -I'm Home, Mama-"
Red plant mass
Godzilla Singular Point Episode 12,
"Explorer" and Episode 13,

The prolonged presence of the Red Dust in Tokyo brings forth a crimson plant mass spreading throughout the city, one that engulfs, weakens, and ultimately tears down buildings as it multiplies. Scientific and military experts nickname the phenomenon 'the Blob' or 'Gray Goo', both echoing the hypothetical scenario where out-of-control self-replicating machines or predatory cells consume all biomass on Earth.

Godzilla Singular Point Episode 13, "Together"

The SHIVA consortium was secretly constructing a robot around the Godzilla skeleton it had discovered.




Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Unnamed Earth monsters
Godzilla #2 Two monsters are shown to have fought Godzilla in Japan years before the events of Godzilla. The first appears to be a large red lizard-like creature with antennae and four arms, while the second is a large blue bird-like creature with a mace-like spiked club at the end of its tail. It is unknown which Toho monsters these monsters are meant to represent, if any.
Doctor Demonicus' unnamed monsters
Godzilla #5 Three creations of Doctor Demonicus. They do not appear to have actually existed, only appearing in a panel showing Demonicus's plans for the future. The first is a very large bird seemingly wearing a golden mask. The second is an oversized insect looking similar to Lepirax. The third is a massive aquatic creature with multiple tentacles.
Unnamed alien dinosaur
Godzilla #12 A quadrupedal alien species of dinosaur; the Betans either captured it and made it into one of their War-Monsters, or eliminated it.
Unnamed War-Monsters
Two alien dinosaurs captured and made into War-Monsters. One belongs to the Betans and the other belongs to the Megans, but it is unknown which one is which. The first is a long serpentine creature with multiple sets of legs, and the second is a flying creature with bird-like feet.
Godzilla #21
Godzilla #22
The Chargers are Allosaurus-looking purple dinosaurs with spikes starting on the top of their head and going down their spines all the way to the tip of their tails. They were domesticated by the Lizard-Warriors and used for war. At least seven were seen in the comic, including one that was used to pull a war chariot, a yellow one, and a green one.
The Lizard-Warriors' beasts of war
The Lizard-Warriors' beasts of war
The Lizard-Warriors domesticated many types of dinosaurs, including:
  • Yellow Allosaurus-looking dinosaurs that pull carts;
  • Green sauropods that pull carts;
  • Green spikeless Allosaurus-looking dinosaurs;
  • Brown Allosaurus-looking dinosaurs with spikes that start between their eyes;
  • Striped Allosaurus-looking dinosaurs that pull war chariots, a green one on the cover of issue #22, and two purple ones in the comic itself, one of which does not pull a cart;
  • Spotted purple Allosaurus-looking dinosaurs that pull war chariots;
  • Bipedal yellow dinosaurs with crests on their heads;
  • Purple Triceratops.
Godzilla #22 Two Pteranodons are seen flying over the battlefield. They do not seem to belong to the Lizard-Warriors.

Dark Horse

Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Creature from the slab
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters Special (1987)
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters Special (1987)
Prehistoric creature carcass
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters Special (1987)
Shrewmanoid's monsters
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Godzilla Color Special #1 (1992)
  • The Shrewmanoid is an antagonist from the comic book series Monkeyman and O'Brien which was also written and drawn by Art Adams in 1993. The off-handed mention of the Shrewmanoid's monstrous servants in the Godzilla special indirectly links the two Dark Horse Comics properties.
Sea dragons
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Godzilla #10
Lower-level mutants
Godzilla #12

Hideous and malformed mutations that inhabit the lowest levels, past the 80th floor, of the otherwise idyllic future city of Harmony Cluster Nine in the year 2299. The origins of these nocturnal creatures are never revealed, but they are considered common vermin by the future inhabitants, who routinely drop firebombs into the lower levels to keep the mutants' numbers in check. When a time-traveling Godzilla is brought to Harmony Cluster Nine by the villain Elmer Mason, the ensuing chaos allows the mutants to run rampant above-ground, violently attacking innocent citizens and Mason's pirate armies alike.

Saber-toothed gorilla monster
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Godzilla #12

The evil time traveler Elmer Mason imagined bringing monsters from throughout history to conquer Earth in the year 2299: Bagorah, Soran, Kamerus, and an unidentified saber-toothed gorilla monster.

  • The creature is a thinly disguised King Kong analog.
Burtannus' babies
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Godzilla #13
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A Decade of Dark Horse #4


Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Godzilla egg
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Monster Island Unleashed A corporation known as Genco created the Godzilla egg in New York City. They attempted to collect DNA from Monster Island so that they could combine it with the egg and create the "ultimate bio-weapon." This awoke Godzilla, who ventured to New York City in order to get the egg back. After defeating Mecha-King Ghidorah, Mechagodzilla, and destroying the Genco building, Godzilla retrieved the egg and took it back to Monster Island.


Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Godzilla: Gangsters & Goliaths #4 Several pterosaurs appeared and were flying during the battle between Titanosaurus and Kumonga.
Nightmare creature
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Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #3 A green worm-like creature summoned by Minette and Mallory in order to kill a boy that accidentally kicked a soccer ball at them. Only the boy could see it.
Irradiated Bird

"Weird new species of bird"

Irradiated Bird
Godzilla: Legends #5 When Bryson Allworth was sent to climb Godzilla in order to take tissue samples from him for government research, he found a new species of bird on his back. It had a nest with its mate and ate an amphibian using its long tongue. Bryson referred to them as a "weird new species of bird." The fanmade name Mutant Bird was coined by Toho Kingdom. The birds have no official name in the story.
Gigantic soul cloud
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Godzilla in Hell #1
Godzilla in Hell #3 After perishing in his battle with SpaceGodzilla, Godzilla awakened to find himself in a celestial field, where he encountered angels with Mothra wings and a towering God-mountain. They tried to convince Godzilla to join the cause of peace, but Godzilla refused, killing an angel. God then sends Godzilla to Hell where he must face off against SpaceGodzilla and a swarm of Demons. However, an army of Angels aids Godzilla in defeating the Demons and SpaceGodzilla.
While fighting SpaceGodzilla, Godzilla was attacked by a swarm of demons that attempted to make him a servant of Hell. However, an army of angels came to Godzilla's aid, allowing him to quickly defeat the demons and SpaceGodzilla.
Frozen demon claw

During his rematch with Spacegodzilla deep within a massive underground cavern of ice, Godzilla is suddenly captured by a gigantic demonic claw with long sharp nails, itself forming from the icy surface. Held within its massive grip, Godzilla eventually breaks free from the ice claw as Spacegodzilla and his army of flying demons ram into both.

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Godzilla: Rage Across Time #1 A Kappa is briefly seen on the side of a road as Akio and Gorou Suda travel to the Shobijin temple.
Demon Brigands
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Godzilla: Rage Across Time #1

During their journey to Mount Purotekuta to meet with the Shobijin, the human warriors Akio and Gorou Suda are briefly ambushed by a gang of horned, humanoid bodied, Demon Brigands dressed in ninja-style clothing. Said Demon Brigands only appear in a single panel so their exact fate is left unknown.

  • While never named in the comic itself, Matt Frank has confirmed the villains' moniker in private conversations and concept sketches.[citation needed]
Godzilla: Rage Across Time #1
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Godzilla: Rage Across Time #2

As Godzilla makes is presences known on the Earth below, the Greek God Zeus arrogantly boasts about the beast's inevitable defeat, reminding his fellow Gods of their previous victory against the equally gigantic Titans of old.

Smiling robot
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Godzilla Rivals: Rodan vs. Ebirah

Dr. Carole Kincaid witnessed a smiling robot seizing a scientist in a chokehold while another brandished an axe during their tour of the space laboratory ParaSOL. When Rodan and Ebirah escaped containment, the pterosaur's powerful wings sent the crustacean crashing through several sectors of the laboratory, decapitating the robot in the process. By then, it had the axe embedded in its head and a spatter of blood on its face.

Giant capybara
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Two scientists aboard the space laboratory ParaSOL attempted to corral a giant capybara with a carnivorous plant for a tail as Dr. Carole Kincaid toured their section. When Rodan sent Ebirah crashing through the laboratory, he in turn sent the capybara flying through the air, both scientists wrapped up in its tail.

Elephant sego lily and Jovian lavender-leaf sundrop
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After learning that the space laboratory ParaSOL had imprisoned Rodan and Ebirah, Dr. Carole Kincaid likened the presence of the monsters in the same space to their research on megaflora in Utah five years ago: an elephant sego lily and a Jovian lavender-leaf sundrop, two isolated plants brought together in the same environment, ate each other.

Biollante zombies
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Godzilla Rivals: Biollante Vs. Destoroyah
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Godzilla: Here There Be Dragons

Mentioned by Henry Hull.

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Mentioned by Henry Hull.

Sea serpent
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Mentioned by Henry Hull.

Moby Dick
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Mentioned by Henry Hull.

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Boggs states how it would be rather blasphemous of him not to believe in dragons, since it is said that Saint George killed one.

Giant sea turtles
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A group of giant sea turtles confront Henry Hull's crew just as they arrive on Monster Island.

Giant crab
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A giant crab is found dead with a stab wound in Yanes' ship.

Giant bats
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A swarm of giant bats starts snatching Henry Hull's crew from above just after they leave Yanes' ship in the jungle.

Pellucidian winged creatures
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Godzilla Rivals: Vs. SpaceGodzilla
Pellucidian quadrupedal insectoid creatures
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The Baby
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Human-scale slug monsters
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Godzilla: 70th Anniversary
Unidentified monster invader
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Godzilla vs. The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers II #3

Legendary Comics

Main article: List of Monsterverse monsters.


Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
(アンキロサウルス,   Ankirosaurusu)
Godzilla, King of the Monsters

A new species of Ankylosaurus was discovered by Dr. Mad Oniyama with the assistance of a version of himself who travelled through time from the 28th century. As part of Oniyama's plans to take over the world, the Ankylosaurus's fossilised skeleton was placed on display at a dinosaur expo. With the expo in operation, the two Oniyamas used KIDS to fire a beam into the fossil to revive it, resulting in a living Ankylosaurus. Aware that Godzilla would come to protect Hideo Kaneko and his friends, who were at the Expo, the Oniyamas used KIDS to devolve Godzilla into a Godzillasaurus, and the two ancient reptiles fought. With the Ankylosaurus losing the fight, KIDS was used again to fire a syringe full of DNA into the Ankylosaurus's body, causing it to rapidly grow into a full-sized Anguirus.

  • The Ankylosaurus's roar is rendered as "Gyaaasu" (ギャアアス).
  • According to Dr. Oniyama, the Ankylosaurus's species was a natural rival to that of the Godzillasaurus's species.
Unnamed frilled dinosaurian monster
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Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972)
Unnamed horned dinosaurian monster
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Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972)
Chinese noodles restaurant employee
Chibi Godzilla Raids Again online manga (June 9th, 2024)

A blue-skinned monster, a Chinese noodles restaurant employee, welcomes Chibi Mechagodzilla and Chibi Godzilla to his place of work.[30]



Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Cokra's children
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Godzilla Discovers America (1988) Cokra's children were giant cockroaches that were spawned by Cokra in New York. They were have said to have invaded over 8,000 homes in the area.

Video games

Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Meringue Junior
The Movie Monster Game (1986)

The son of Mister Meringue, he is essentially a small version of the monster with blue overalls. His father comes to his rescue after he is taken by the humans.

Sphectra Junior
The Movie Monster Game (1986)

Sphectra's son, a defenseless green grub. He was taken by the humans and his father saved him.

  • Like all the other babies in this game, he shares his roar with his father.
Glog Junior
The Movie Monster Game (1986)

While the army was fighting the Glog, they managed to blast a part off of him. They brought the piece back to the city where it quickly regenerated into a new being, essentially a smaller version of the Glog. His father came to rescue him.

  • Just like his father, he was inspired by the Blob from the 1958 film of the same name.
  • Like all the other babies in this game, he shares his roar with his father.
Mechatron Junior
The Movie Monster Game (1986)

Despite the failure that was Mechatron, the military scientists continued to work on giant robots for war. Attempting to play it safe this time, they made the new robot smaller in size. However, as soon as he was turned on, he linked up with his "father", who immediately came to free him from the humans.

  • Just like his father, he was inspired by Megatron from Transformers.
  • Like all the other babies in this game, he shares his roar with his father.
Tarantus Junior
The Movie Monster Game (1986)

While exploring Tarantus' massive web, scientists found his egg sack and brought it back to the city. There, one of the eggs hatched. The baby began crying, alerting his father, who came to the rescue.

  • Just like his father, he was inspired by the giant tarantula from the 1955 film Tarantula.
  • Like all the other babies in this game, he shares his roar with his father.
Matango Hives
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Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988) Massive hives of the Matango mushrooms taller than Godzilla appear throughout the game. They shoot bullets at the player's monster while up to two spore monsters spawn from it, also shooting and attempting to swarm the player. Once the hive takes enough damage, the spores will stop spawning and the hive will start shooting bigger bullets in a different pattern until defeated. Though functionally the same, three types appear through the game:
  • On Earth, Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto, generic mushroom-shaped hives appear.
  • On Mars and Saturn, huge, almost mountain-shaped mushroom hives appear.
  • On Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto, mushroom-shaped hives with a seemingly collapsed top appear.
  • The larger hives are the rarest in the game.
  • Saturn is the only planet to have all three types of hives.
Matango Spawn
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Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988)
Unnamed plant stage monsters
Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988) The jungle stages of Earth, Jupiter, Pluto, and Planet X are filled with plant-based monsters in addition to the Xiliens' forces. Not counting the totem-like gun towers, mechanical weapons that appear elsewhere in the game, there is a total of six different plant enemy types:
  • Foliage cannons: small spheres atop wavy vines. They have what looks like openings on the orbs, and from them, the plants shoot at the player's monster in an arc.
  • Thorn towers: asparagus-looking plants that move up and down while shooting lasers vertically. The lasers are colored the same as the player's character, and at higher levels, when Mothra's eye beams come in contact with the lasers, she is damaged.
  • Vine cannons: plants that are rooted on the ground and have some kind of flowers coming out of them. From those flowers they shoot spinning projectiles that slowly home in on the player's monster.
  • Bio-blockades: strange prickly-looking bushes that go up and down from the ground. While they do appear on Earth, it is only in the background and they do not attack, nor can they be hit.
  • Bio-cannons: large plants that have a big flower in the middle. They attack the exact same as the pole enemies, and like them, these plants cannot be walked through until defeated. Like the previous plant, it only appears as part of the background on Earth.
  • Airborne bombers: flying flowers that shower bullets down once the player gets close. This type of enemy does not appear on Earth.
Firestorm Phoenixes
Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988) Firestorm Phoenixes populate the volcano levels of Earth, Mars, Pluto, and Planet X. When first seen, they are in a fireball, and once the player's monster gets close, the ball explodes, revealing a fiery bird that immediately begins shooting slow homing fireballs at the player. They are easily dispatched by a few hits.
  • The Phoenixes use the exact same bullets and attack patterns as the Manda monsters found in the same stages.
  • While in their fireball form, they can be defeated from a distance without even getting a chance to attack.
Dogora Cell
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Godzilla: Monster of Monsters! (1988)
Dinosaur-like unknown lifeform
Dinosaur-Like Unknown Lifeform.png G-Patrol VR: Combat Simulator (1997) A monster created for VR training of U.S. soldiers in anticipation of Godzilla's impending invasion, the dinosaur-like unknown lifeform has a Tyrannosaurus rex-like body, a stubby tail, and a goat-like head. Waves of them will advance towards the player's tank one by one and try to collide with it, departing after doing so.
Spider-like unknown lifeform
Spider-Like Unknown Lifeform.png G-Patrol VR: Combat Simulator (1997) A monster created for VR training of U.S. soldiers in anticipation of Godzilla's impending invasion, the spider-like unknown lifeform has a large demonic head, pointed ears, and four spider-like legs. Waves of them will advance towards the player's tank one by one and try to collide with it, departing after doing so.
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Giant Mosquitoes
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Dragonflies
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Moths
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
  • The Giant Moths appear to be based on the Atlas moth (Attacus atlas), one of the largest known species of moth in real life.
Giant Locusts
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Mantises
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Lady Bugs
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Beetles
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Stag Beetles
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Owls
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Vultures
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Bats
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Culvers
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Mallards
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Giant Eagles
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Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Flying Winged Turtles
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Flying Snakes
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Flying Fish
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
One Eye
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Flying Frogs
Godzilla Defense Force (2019)
Huge robot mechs
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Godzilla Kaiju Wars VR (2024)
Mayhem serpents
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Godzilla Kaiju Wars VR (2024)


  1. "The identity of the dragon was the plesiosaur Elasmosaurus." // 竜の正体は首長竜エラスモサウルスだった。(p. 69)


This is a list of references for List of minor Toho monsters. 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]

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  2. Pettigrew, Neil (1999). The Stop-motion Filmography. McFarland & Company. p. 282. ISBN 978-0786404469.
  3. Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. 1 January 2000. p. 85. ISBN 978-4091014702.
  4. Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. 1 January 2000. p. 119. ISBN 978-4091014702.
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  6. 6.0 6.1 Godzilla Toho Giant Monster Pictorial Book. Shogakukan. 1 April 2005. p. 121. ISBN 4-09-280052-5.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Gonzalez, Christian (6 May 2024). "Happy 10 year anniversary to Godzilla 2014 and to the Monsterverse! The MV is special to me for so many reasons, so to commemorate the occasion I've put together a comprehensive easter egg guide for my scene in Godzilla x Kong". X.
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  10. Yamazaki 2023, p. 17
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  12. Yoshida, Shigemasa (31 January 2024). "※言葉足らずで失礼いたしました 魚本体は本物です 浮袋のみ造形物です". X.
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