Giant Mutant Bee
Design[edit | edit source]
The Worker Bees have wasp-like bodies. Their brown thoraxes have six legs with one claw on each leg, four wings, and yellow bumps. Their abdomens are yellow and black with a huge stinger. Their heads have two large antennae, black compound eyes, and two large tusks.
The Queen Bee is much larger than the Worker Bees. The brown thorax of the Queen Bee has four wings and six legs, four with three claws, and two larger legs with two claws. Her enormous yellow and black abdomen has patches of hair on the sides along with one large stinger with three spikes above it that gradually get smaller. Her head has two antennae, red compound eyes, a beak-like mouth, and four large tusks.
Origin[edit | edit source]
The colony of Giant Mutant Bees developed on an island that was home to a radioactive volcano, whose eruptions and emissions of irradiated volcanic ash mutated the pollen in the plants that grew from it. The Bees then processed that pollen, and were mutated because of it.
History[edit | edit source]
"Hive"[edit | edit source]
After a volcano erupted on the popular island resort Santa Marta, a bizarre new ecosystem was created from the irradiated lava, prompting H.E.A.T. to travel to the island to investigate. While Randy Hernandez and Nick Tatopoulos fought mutant carnivorous plants, Monique Dupre and Mendel Craven found a beehive filled with Giant Mutant Bees. The whole team was then attacked by the Worker Bees while Godzilla arrived and battled the Queen Bee in the heart of the volcano. Godzilla was able to destroy the hive and apparently kill the Queen Bee.
The Queen Bee remained on the island for some time before discovering Godzilla had arrived. She, along with the King Cobra, El Gusano Gigante, and the Huge Mutant Rat then tried to get revenge on him for their defeats, but they were stopped by Leviathan Alien command before being sent out to cause destruction in the world. The Queen Bee was sent to Moscow.
After being freed of Leviathan Alien control by H.E.A.T. destroying the mind control transmitter, the Queen Bee turned on her former masters, and was shot down over Moscow.
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Projectile stingers[edit | edit source]
While the Worker Bees were only able to launch one stinger at a time, the Queen Bee could launch multiple stingers at a time and at a very quick rate, much like a machine gun. In the Godzilla: The Series video game, all the Giant Mutant Bees could fire three stingers before flying away.
Sound wave emission[edit | edit source]
In the Godzilla: The Series video game, the Queen Bee was capable of emitting damaging sound waves.
Weaknesses[edit | edit source]
The Worker Bees were easily held back with a fire hose. Since the Queen Bee controlled the Worker Bees, after Mendel Craven had N.I.G.E.L. release a gas that made the Queen Bee drowsy, the Worker Bees lost control and began flying into walls. The Queen Bee was easily taken out after having boulders fall on her that Godzilla caused by blasting the rock walls with his atomic breath.
Video games[edit | edit source]
- Godzilla: The Series (1999) - Nintendo Game Boy Color
Native to a heavily irradiated mutant ecosystem, a colony of gigantic mutant bees inhabited an island far away from New York. One day, H.E.A.T. arrived to study the island, and the drones were sent out to attack Godzilla. The drones shot multiple projectile stingers at him, and the queen blasted him with sonic attacks, and summoned drones to attack him, but she was driven off once and sent more drones to attack him before attacking him with stinger shots as drones attacked as well, However, she was not tough enough to best Godzilla, and it is implied that the erupting volcano, along with her battle with Godzilla, brought about the end of the so-called "killer bees".
Gallery[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Giant Mutant Bee/Gallery.
In other languages[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The way the Giant Mutant Bees' ecosystem is created in the episode "Hive" is similar to the 1957 film The Black Scorpion.
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