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, 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 doesn't include characters such as Meganulon or Meganula, Fairy Mothra, Garugaru, Barem, and Ghogo, who 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)
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 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.
Giant Lizard
(大トカゲ,   Ōtokage)
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King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
Main article: Giant Lizard.
The 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, then shot and killed the creature 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 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, where it appeared from the depths and dragged Frankenstein underwater after his victory over Baragon. The Giant Octopus' last film appearance came the following year in The War of the Gargantuas, where it attacked a boat and fought Gaira at sea.
Mystery Bones
of Infant Island
Infanto-tō no Kaikotsu

Skeleturtle [fan name]

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Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964)
Main article: Skeleturtle.
The Mystery Bones of Infant Island was present when Ichiro Sakai, Junko Nakanishi, and Shunsuke Miura arrived on the desolate and irradiated Infant Island. The creature has since appeared in print media and has even received official merchandise.
Other Mystery Bones
of Infant Island
Infanto-tō no Betsu
no Kaikotsu
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In addition to Skeleturtle, Ichiro Sakai and his team discovered several other mysterious skeletons strewn across Infant Island. These included a giant skull and ribcage, smaller long-snouted skulls, and several others.

As with Skeleturtle, an ornament of the Other Mystery 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 "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)
Son of Godzilla (1967)
Height: ~2 meters[1]

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[2][3]Weight: Unknown[2][3]Place of Emergence: Dream Monster Island[2]
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 couldn't talk. Ichiro then woke up from his dream and realized that he was being kidnapped by 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).
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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 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 Person
Sakana Ningen
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The Fish People were a hallucination experienced by Yukio Keuchi while at a nightclub. He hallucinated that the other patrons 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 the character Gengo Kotaka's original monsters.
(ママゴン,   Mamagon)
Mamagon, the "monster of strict mothers," is one of Gengo Kotaka's original monsters. Her design is loosely based on Gengo's girlfriend, Tomoko Tomoe.
(ショッキラス,   Shokkirasu)

Giant Sea Louse

The Return of Godzilla (1984)
Main article: Shockirus.
A sea louse mutated after feeding on Godzilla, Shockirus came aboard the Fifth Yahata Maru 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.
(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.
(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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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 Countermeasures 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.

(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, where Mothra would soon emerge.
(メカトリロバイト,   Mekatorirobaito)[4]


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Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002)
Main article: Trilobite#Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla.
(フターミ,   Futāmi)
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Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2003)
(テズーカ,   Tezūka)
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Main article: List of MonsterVerse monsters#Films.

Other Toho films

Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Liquid Toad
Ekitai Gama
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The H-Man (1958)
Main article: Liquid Toad.
Vampire Plant
Kyūketsu Shokubutsu
lit. Bloodsucking Plant)
Mothra (1961)
Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2003)
[stock footage]
Main article: Vampire Plant.

When Shinichi Chujo was exploring Infant Island on his own, he comes across mutated flora. As he passed through the low hanging vines, the plants attacked him, squeezing him to unconsciousness. Before passing out, the last thing he sees are the Shobijin, who save his life.

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

While hunting for food, Frankenstein attempted to lure the Giant Boar into a trap he had dug. However, the creature 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 (1970)

The condor was caught and kept in a containment cell by the evil scientist, Malic.[6] 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 captain Kroiga, forming the Griffon.

Giant Rats
(大ネズミ,   Ōnezumi)

Giant mouse

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

To be added

Sergio Island Bat
Serujio-jima no Kōmori

Giant Bat
(大コウモリ,   Ōkōmori)[7]

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Height: 80 centimeters[7]Weight: 1800 grams[7]

To be added

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

Mutant [fan name]

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Prophecies of Nostradamus (1974)
Subtitle: Mutant Kaijin (変異怪人,   Heni Kaijin)
Height: 130 centimeters[8]Weight: 30 kilograms[8]

The mutated survivors of a devastating nuclear war, Soft-bodied Humans had reverted to an animalistic state and fought each other over what resources they could find among the wreckage.

Giant Slug
(大ナメクジ,   Ōnamekuji)
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Height: 40 centimeters[9]Weight: 200 grams[9]

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 the 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, the Earth's slugs were mutated into the Giant Slugs. Alas, the Japanese government wasted no time in eradicating the over-sized 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]

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Giant Bat
(大コウモリ,   Ōkōmori)[7]

Bloodsucking Bat
Kyūketsu Kōmori

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Height: 1 meter[7]Weight: 10 kilograms[7]

A United Nations investigation team goes missing after being dispatched to New Guinea after a series of freak climate changes 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 prevent the blows from the Giant Bats. Eventually, the group pulled out pistols and shot the bats down, and continued with their journey.

Giant Leech
(大蛭,   Ōhiru)

Mutant Leech [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 occurred 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 leeches living on trees and branches.

Giant Plants
Kyodai Shokubutsu
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One of many strange phenomena occurring across Japan, a group of giant plants ensnared a passing subway in its tunnel before bursting through the windows and attacking the passengers onboard.

(竜,   Ryū)

Sea Dragon
(海竜,   Kairyū)[10][11]

Indian Dragon
Tenjiku no Ryū

[13][note 1]

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Princess from the Moon (1987)
Height: 15 meters[10][11]Length: 100 meters[12]Weight: 3,000 metric tons[10][11]Place of Emergence: Indian Ocean[13]
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 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 likely false.
(恐竜,   Kyōryū)[14]
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Rebirth of Mothra III (1998)




Name Image Appearance(s) Description
Macro seahorse
The Giant Seahorses first sighted by the Calico
Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"
As their name suggests, these are seahorses mutated to gigantic proportions and are mostly accurate to their real-life counterparts, with segmented bony armor covered with an outer skin, an upright posture, equine features, and a curled prehensile tail. The only slight exception would be that of elongated crown-like spines or horns protruding from the back of their heads and necks, which seems uncommon for most species of Seahorse. The Giant Seahorses are lightly green colored with yellowish underbellies and wide yellowish eyes. Upon first seeing the Giant Seahorses, Pete comments on the Seahorses being 'the size of real horses', however by the climax of the episode, the Giant Seahorses have grown three-or-more-times that size, when compared to the Calico's Mini-Subs.

The Giant Seahorses were among several marine animals enlarged to giant size, thanks to recent volcanic eruptions and a mysterious underground substance emerging from Capaldi Island; a relatively young formation which itself was created by the aforementioned geological activity. The Giant Seahorses were the very first of the enlarged animals, dubbed Macro-Beasts, to be spotted by the crew of the Calico, as the creatures swam quite gracefully on-top of the ocean's surface.

Seemingly harmless creatures, compared to the more antagonistic Giant Manta Ray, the Giant Seahorses were still herded along with their fellow Macro-Beasts and collared into an isolated pool near Calpadi's shore, thanks to the Calico Mini-Subs piloted by Captain Majors and first-mate Brock, though one Giant Seahorse did try to attempt an escape before being rounded back up with the others. Once entrapped within said pool, a gigantic iceberg brought by Godzilla was used to change the water's temperature, as cold icy water reversed the combined growing effects of the mysterious substance and volcanically heated water on the Macro-Beasts, transforming the Giant Seahorses and the rest of their enlarged brethren back to their original sizes.

  • The giant sea horses are extraordinary swimmers.
  • The mysterious purple substance that enlarges the Macro-Beasts is likely a direct reference to the titular subterranean chemical from H.G. Wells' novel The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth, which also enlarged any life-form which consumed it.
  • Not counting purely fanciful and comedic plays on the pun within the species' namesake, giant monsters based off on the otherwise benign and beloved seahorses are rather rare in fiction, with a scant example being Mega-Jappa from Ultraman Orb.
Macro jellyfish
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Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"

The giant jellyfish was one of several marine animals enlarged to giant size, thanks to recent volcanic eruptions and a mysterious underground, gooey substance emerging from Capaldi Island; a relatively young formation which itself was created by the aforementioned geological activity. The combination of heated water and the edible substances resulted in the once normal jellyfish and its fellow sea creatures assuming such gigantic proportions, becoming the Macro-Beasts. It was the second Macro-Beast to be encountered by the visiting crew of the Calico, floating upon the ocean's surface.

  • Brock comments on the Giant Jellyfish being 'the size of a whale,' however when visually compared to the Calico itself in the episode, the Giant Jellyfish appears to be even bigger than Godzilla himself.
Macro crab
Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"
The giant crab was among several marine animals enlarged to giant size, thanks to recent volcanic eruptions and a mysterious underground substance emerging from Capaldi Island; a relatively young formation which itself was created by the aforementioned geological activity. The giant crab disabled the Calico crew's mini sub's radio and attempted to drag both Dr. Quinn and Brock into its cave. Luckily, Brock rescued them both by overheating the mini sub's engine, burning the giant crab's claw and allowing them to escape and return to the Calico.
Macro electric eel
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Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"
The giant eels were among several marine animals enlarged to giant size, thanks to recent volcanic eruptions and a mysterious underground substance emerging from Capaldi Island; a relatively young formation which itself was created by the aforementioned geological activity. A large pack giant electric eels attacked Majors and Brock, disabling their barriers and threatening to kill them. Majors called on Godzilla, who arrived just in time to frighten off the eels with his lasers, wrangling them into the cave.
Macro manta ray
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Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"

The giant manta ray was mutated from the extreme heat of a volcanic explosion in the ocean. When it noticed the Calico, it tried to attack, but Godzilla was summoned. The beast shot an energy bolt at Godzilla, an ineffective attack which he countered with a punch, sending it back to its reef.

After all the ocean creatures were put in the reef, the giant manta ray flew out of the water and started fighting Godzilla again. Godzilla squeezed it and threw it back to the reef. While it was sinking, Godzilla threw an iceberg at the reef which dropped the temperature and made all the animals their normal sizes again.

  • The giant manta ray can fire a bolt of energy from its tail.
Macro fish and sealife
Giant tropical fish feeds on the mutagen
Godzilla episode 23,
"The Macro-Beasts"

The giant fish were among several marine animals enlarged to giant size, thanks to recent volcanic eruptions and a mysterious underground substance emerging from Capaldi Island; a relatively young formation which itself was created by the aforementioned geological activity. Giant blue fish, a giant sea turtle and a giant starfish are briefly seen by Dr. Quinn and Brock as they descend to uncover the cause of the Macro-Beasts. The giant tropical fish plays a vital role in the discovery of the Super-Food mutagen as it is witnessed increasing in size by Dr. Quinn and Brock. Other members of its species can be seen in the coral corral. The giant goldfish differed from the rest of the Macro-Beasts as it was found aboard the Calico, where Dr. Quinn fed it the Super-Food; it was quickly reverted to its normal size after being exposed to ice water. Giant white fish, tuna and barracuda are briefly seen as Dr. Quinn and Pete are relaying information from the Mini-Copter to Captain Major and Brock. A giant swordfish was seen along with giant sharks and macro squids as they were being corralled into the Coral Corral be Capt. Major and Brock. Giant red fish, yellow fish, tropical blue fish, sailfish and a sea turtle were seen in the final scene when they began to shrink.




Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
Unnamed Earth monsters
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #2 Two monsters shown to have fought Godzilla before the events of Godzilla, King of the Monsters. The first one appears to be a large red lizard-like creature with antennas and four arms, while the second one is a large blue bird with a spiked ball at the end of its tail.
Doctor Demonicus' unnamed monsters
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #5 Three creations of Doctor Demonicus. It is not actually known if they exist, as they only appeared in a panel showing Demonicus' plans for the future. The first is a very large bird creature seemingly wearing a golden mask. The second is an oversize insect looking similar to Lepirax. The last one is a massive aquatic creature with multiple tentacles.
Unnamed alien dinosaur
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #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 while the other belongs to the Betans, but it is unknown who owns which. The first one is a long serpentine creature with multiple sets of legs. The other is a flying creature with bird-like feet.
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #21
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #22
The chargers are allosaurus-looking purple dinosaurs with spikes starting on the top of their head, 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 domesticated many types of dinosaurs, including:
  • Yellow allosaurus-looking dinosaurs that pull carts;
  • Green sauropods that pull carts;
  • Green spike-less 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 #22, and two purple one in the comic itself, one of which doesn't pull a cart;
  • Spotted purple allosaurus-looking dinosaurs that pull war chariots.
  • Bipedal yellow dinosaurs with a crest on their head;
  • Purple triceratops.
Godzilla, King of the Monsters #22 Two pteranodons are seen flying over the battlefield. They do not seem to belong to the Lizard-Warriors.


Name Image Appearance(s) Description Trivia
"Weird new species of bird"
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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.

Legendary Comics

Main article: List of MonsterVerse monsters#Comics.


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

A new species of Ankylosaurus discovered by Doctor Oniyama with the assistance of a version of himself who travelled through time, 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 Godzillasaurus, and the two ancient reptiles fought. With Ankylosaurus losing the fight, KIDS was used again to fire a syringe full of DNA into Ankylosaurus's body, causing it to rapidly grow into a full-size Anguirus.

  • The Ankylosaurus' roar is rendered as "Gyaaasu" (ギャアアス).
  • According to Doctor Oniyama, Ankylosaurus's species was a natural rival to that of Godzillasaurus.


  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]

  1. Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. p. 119. 1 January 2000. ISBN: 978-4091014702.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. p. 135. 1 January 2000. ISBN: 978-4091014702.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Godzilla Toho Giant Monster Pictorial Book. Shogakukan. p. 121. 1 April 2005. ISBN: 4-09-280052-5.
  4. Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia. Shogakukan. p. 113. 23 July 2014. ISBN: 4-096-82090-3.
  5. All Toho Monsters Pictorial Book (4th Edition). Yosensha. p. 295. 4 September 2016. ISBN: 978-4-8003-0362-2.
  6. Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia. Shogakukan. p. 54. 23 July 2014. ISBN: 4-096-82090-3.
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  13. 13.0 13.1 Godzilla Fierce Fighting Super Encyclopedia. Asahi Sonorama. pp. 61, 69. 1992. ISBN: T1001844121004.
  14. All Toho Monsters Pictorial Book (4th Edition). Yosensha. p. 271. 4 September 2016. ISBN: 978-4-8003-0362-2.


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