Godzilla (Godzilla: The Series)

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Godzilla in Godzilla: The Series
Baby Godzilla in "New Family: Part 1"
Juvenile Godzilla in "New Family: Part 1"
Godzilla® (Godzilla: The Series)
Alternate Names Godzilla Junior, Zilla Junior,
Big Guy,S1E17 G-Man,S1E20
American Godzilla, G.I.N.O. Junior, Gojira, Gorgon,[1] Thingy[1]/Thingie,[2]
Godzilla the Second,[3]
Second Generation American Version Godzilla[4]
Subtitle King of the Monsters[5]
Species Mutant Iguana
Height 180 feet[5] / 55 meters[4]
35 feet (Juvenile)[1]
Weight 60,000 metric tons[6]
Running Speed 300 miles per hour[1]
Forms Baby Godzilla, Juvenile Godzilla[7]
Controlled by Leviathan AliensMW
Relations Numerous siblings,
First Godzilla / Cyber Godzilla (Father),
Niko Tatopoulos (Adoptive father)[8]
Allies H.E.A.T., Komodithrax, Giant Bat*, Nessie, Robo-Yeti
Enemies Numerous monsters in Godzilla: The Series
Created by Roland Emmerich,[9] Dean Devlin,[9] Patrick Tatopoulos,[9] Fil Barlow
Portrayed Frank Welker (Vocalizations), CGI, Animation
First Appearance Latest Appearance
GODZILLA (1998) Godzilla: The Series
Roar(s)
Prenatal
Adult
Nick Tatopoulos: “The creature's not leaving here.
Elsie Chapman: “What makes you so sure?
Nick Tatopoulos: “When it hatched, I was the only one there. I had this gunk from the eggs all over me. The creature must have picked up on that scent and imprinted on me, like a baby with a parent.
Elsie Chapman: “You think, it thinks you're its mother?
Nick Tatopoulos: “How else do you explain why it didn't hurt me? This Godzilla is different from the first one.
― Nick and Elsie discuss Godzilla in "New Family: Part 1"

The Godzilla (ゴジラ,   Gojira?) from Godzilla: The Series is an incarnation of Godzilla featured in the 1998 TriStar animated series Godzilla: The Series, and first introduced in the final scene of the 1998 film GODZILLA. It is the second incarnation of Godzilla to star in an American animated series, after the Hanna-Barbera Godzilla.

The only one of the original Godzilla's offspring to survive the destruction of Madison Square Garden, this Godzilla imprinted upon scientist Niko "Nick" Tatopoulos after his egg hatched in close proximity to Nick inside the building's ruins. Godzilla quickly matured into an adult and assumed the title of "King of the Monsters," becoming an ally to mankind and assisting Nick and his research team H.E.A.T. in dealing with other mutations around the world before they could threaten innocent people. Unlike his father, this Godzilla is portrayed more akin to the traditional interpretation of the character from Toho's film series, possessing an impressive resistance to conventional weaponry and preferring to fight attackers head-on, as well as utilizing the character's trademark atomic breath.

Name

This incarnation of the monster is simply referred to as "Godzilla" throughout Godzilla: The Series. In the episode "Competition," the Japanese characters always refer to him as "Gojira," even when speaking English. Fans frequently refer to this version of Godzilla as Godzilla Junior or Zilla Junior in order to distinguish him from other incarnations of the character, although neither name is official. The Japanese book Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works refers to this Godzilla as Godzilla the Second (ゴジラ二世,   Gojira Nisei?)[3] while Godzilla Dictionary [New Edition] calls him Second Generation American Version Godzilla (2代目アメリカ版ゴジラ,   Nidaime Amerika-ban Gojira?).[4]

There is a popular rumor claiming that Toho honored this version of Godzilla by officially dubbing him "Godzilla Junior," seeing that he was supposedly worthy of the "Godzilla" name. However, this rumor was later clarified to be false, with the monster still legally trademarked as "Godzilla" by Toho, who has added no comment to the matter.

Development

The look of Godzilla in Godzilla: The Series was majorly adapted from Patrick Tatopoulos' decided design for the 1998 film by lead character designer Fil Barlow, who further developed the design while working closely alongside executive producer Jeff Kline and producer/head director Audu Paden.[1] Due to production of the series beginning prior to the release of the film however, Barlow relied solely on sketches he made of Patrick Tatopoulos' Godzilla maquette and animatronic head.[10] Tatopoulos also provided a great deal of input of his own early on regarding the adaptation and design of the new Godzilla.[1] Similarly, the newborn Godzilla from the first episode of Godzilla: The Series was based on maquettes of the Baby Godzillas from the film.[11]

False "Thingy" model sheet by Fil Barlow[12]

Godzilla: The Series was kept under tight wraps during its production and as such, the new Godzilla's design was also a safely guarded secret, even from many members of the staff team. Because the design had not been revealed to everyone working on the series until the release of the film, very loose representations of the character were used during the storyboarding process. All outlines for the series fell under the false title "HEAT SEEKERS" in order to keep the true nature of the project a secret from the public, with concept sketches and other early designs for Godzilla referred to as "Gorgon" and even "Thingy"[1] or "Thingie."[2] A model sheet was created for the false "Thingy" character by Fil Barlow, sporting a Spinosaurus-like back fin and significantly less defined jaw among other changes, which was used as a reference for proportions for the storyboarders until the official design was released.[12]

Originally, it was intended for there to be a more prominent intercommunication between Godzilla and the main character Nick Tatopoulos, thus concepts for a number of devices for Godzilla to use were created. These included devices which allowed for Nick to ride on the back of and steer Godzilla, such as contact lens appliances or an external, goggle-like optical fixture which would be transported to Godzilla via helicopter.[1] Although the majority of these concepts would ultimately go unused, the goggles were retooled and used for the unaired episode "Vision," in which Godzilla is fitted with a special visor to track the motion of giant mutated hummingbirds.

Design

Godzilla model sheet by Fil Barlow

While this Godzilla's overall design is mostly unchanged from that of his father in the 1998 film, he bore a bright blue coloration in early production artwork, and is a desaturated purple that is lighter on the undersides in the series itself. Additionally, he has red eyes with orange pupils and lacks the fifth vestigial digit on his hands that his father and brethren possessed. When firing his Atomic Fire Breath, his dorsal plates and eyes briefly light up.

Personality

Godzilla frees Nessie's baby

This Godzilla's personality is very different from that of his late father. He is much more aggressive than his father; like the Japanese Godzilla, rather than fleeing from an attack, he will usually fight his attackers. Godzilla also exhibits planning and strategy in his fighting style, though he will resort to brute force if he is angered enough. While he is aggressive when provoked, Godzilla is generally docile and peaceful and will avoid causing destruction or bringing harm to humans or other creatures unless he or his adoptive father are threatened.

Nick Tatopoulos: “It doesn't act on pure instinct, like a lizard. It's displaying intelligence; even loyalty.
Elsie Chapman: “Sounds like somebody is projecting.
― Nick Tatopoulos and Elsie Chapman discuss Godzilla's behavior as they feed him fish in "New Family: Part 1"
Godzilla with Komodithrax

For a mutation, Godzilla is very intelligent and is apparently able to make moral decisions: during his fight with Nessie in "DeadLoch," her offspring gets stolen and they cease fighting to retrieve the baby together. H.E.A.T. member Monique Dupre stated that rather than this being a true "moral decision," it's just instinctual for creatures to work together. Godzilla falls in love with a mutant Komodo dragon named Komodithrax and becomes surrogate father to her unborn offspring in "End of the Line," as unlike his father, this Godzilla is sterile and cannot produce his own offspring. Unfortunately, Komodithrax and the giant egg she laid fell down a crack in the ice and apparently perished at the end of the episode.

Godzilla saves Nick

Godzilla's most prominent trait, though, is his protectiveness and loyalty towards his surrogate father, Dr. Nick Tatopoulos. When Nick is journeying around the world, Godzilla is never far behind, and will often appear to rescue Nick and the other members of the H.E.A.T team from dangerous situations. In one situation in particular, Godzilla managed to catch Nick (who was falling) on top of his head before letting him down gently. The only time Godzilla's loyalty faltered was when he met his biological father, resurrected as Cyber Godzilla, for the first time. He was hesitating to attack his parent despite being told by Nick to do so, and soon had his mind taken over by the Leviathan Aliens, with Nick remarking that Godzilla had "dumped him" for his birth father. Thankfully, Godzilla later broke free of the aliens' influence and chose to fight for Nick over Cyber Godzilla, willingly destroying his own biological father in order to protect Nick.

Dr. Tatopoulos's methods can best be described as unconventional, if not suicidal. However, contrary to conventional wisdom on carnivorous dinosaurs, this creature appears to only hunt his prey upon necessity.
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— Elsie Chapman monologues regarding Godzilla's behaviors in "New Family: Part 1"

Like his relatives, Godzilla eats fish, and was even lured into a trap by Cameron Winter with a large amount of fish, similar to the way his parent was lured into Flatiron Square. It's stated that he doesn't hunt for more food than he needs. Additionally, the monster displays pet-like or otherwise trained animal behaviors, such as licking Nick when he initially recognizes him; circling the ground briefly before laying down to wait for Nick to come back; patiently awaiting to be thrown fish to eat, and like a trained pet, he tries to stop whatever he's doing for a moment whenever Nick calls for him.


Origins

This Godzilla was the last surviving offspring of the first Godzilla that attacked New York in 1998. He, as well as all of his siblings, were eggs laid inside Madison Square Garden by Godzilla. Unlike his siblings, this single baby Godzilla survived the bombing of Madison Square Garden and was later found by Dr. Niko Tatopoulos, who kept him safe from the military. According to Nick, this Godzilla is sterile, unlike his father, who was capable of asexual reproduction.

History

GODZILLA (1998)

Baby Godzilla in GODZILLA (1998)
In 1998, the monster known as Godzilla made his nest in the Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. There the creature laid about two hundred eggs which hatched into Baby Godzillas. The military carried out a plan to bomb Madison Square Garden and kill all the Baby Godzillas, which was successful, for the most part. Godzilla, angry at the death of his offspring, terrorized the city until he was shot down by several missiles from F-18 Hornets. Unknown to everyone, an egg survived among the fires of Madison Square Garden.


Godzilla: The Series

Main article: Godzilla: The Series.

"New Family: Part 1"

Godzilla holds Nick

After his egg survived the explosion of Madison Square Garden, Godzilla hatched in front of Dr. Niko Tatopoulos, who was covered in amniotic fluid from the other eggs after slipping into a pool of it while searching the ruins for more eggs. Godzilla imprinted upon Nick, as he was covered with the scent of his kind. Nick scared off the infant by causing a spark, and it fled into the Hudson River.

Some time later, the hatchling, now grown to 35 feet in height, appeared where Nick and his scientist colleagues had set up their base of operations in a warehouse by the sea. Despite initially being aggressive, Godzilla remembered Nick as his "parent" and became friendly. At the same time in Jamaica, swimmers and ships were disappearing under mysterious circumstances, leading the U.S. government to believe the newly-hatched Godzilla was behind it. As Nick studied and even trained Godzilla, the military intervened under the command of General Hicks after being tipped off about the creature's existence by Monique Dupre, a French secret service agent trying to ensure Godzilla was wiped out for good. The military engaged the monster near Nick's facility, and the creature was wounded by artillery and apparently killed after being hit by an airstrike while in the water.

"New Family: Part 2"

Godzilla fights the Mutant Squids

Later on, Godzilla revealed himself to still be alive as he rescued Nick and his colleagues from a shoal of Mutant Giant Squids in Jamaica. However, it turned out that these squids were actually fleeing from a much larger predator, Crustaceous Rex. C-Rex proceeded to attack, but Godzilla arrived to fight the sea beast, eventually defeating it after causing a cliff to collapse onto it. Godzilla subsequently freed the lost ships and swimmers, which were stuck to the seafloor in tar produced by C-Rex. As a result, General Hicks decided to spare Godzilla. Godzilla returned with Nick to New York, and took up residence near he and his allies' headquarters.

"Monster Wars: Part 1"

Despite the ample supply of fish given to him by Nick and his colleagues, now known as H.E.A.T., Godzilla began to forage the oceans, and nearly killed several fisherman when he attacked their boat, but H.E.A.T. was able to prevent disaster by using a recording of Nick's voice emitted from N.I.G.E.L.. Due to Leviathan Alien interference, H.E.A.T. disbanded, and Godzilla followed Nick to Lagos, Nigeria to confront the Giant Bat, which had been terrorizing the area. After the Bat attacked Nick in a mangrove swamp, Godzilla chased it into the city where he tackled it into the water. It released a Sonic Screech at Godzilla, causing him to give up his hold and let the Bat escape. The Bat then lured him into getting his head stuck in some steel bridge framing, and attempted to suck his blood before flying away under the command of its alien masters. Nick then freed Godzilla, and he swam away.

"Monster Wars: Part 2"

Godzilla meets Cyber Godzilla

After arriving to save Nick at Sandy Point Military Base, Godzilla discovered that his adoptive father's attacker was his biological father resurrected as a cyborg dubbed Cyber Godzilla. Being incredibly conflicted about having to choose between parents, Godzilla did not attack, and in his moment of hesitance, he fell under Leviathan Alien mind control and helped Cyber Godzilla attack Nick. The N.I.G.E.L. probe was used to distract the Godzillas as the humans made their escape. Godzilla and Cyber Godzilla followed them to Site Omega, where he was met with hostility from his many former enemies gathered there, including King Cobra, Queen Bee, El Gusano Gigante, and a Mutant Rat. The Leviathan Aliens halted the imminent conflict, and all monsters on the island were then sent into the world's major cities to cause destruction. Godzilla was sent to Washington D.C.

"Monster Wars: Part 3"

Godzilla continued to terrorize Washington until H.E.A.T. destroyed the mind control transmitter. He then made his way back to Site Omega, where Nick and Cyber Godzilla were preparing for a battle. After thorough consideration, Godzilla chose Nick, and destroyed some Leviathan Alien ships that were accompanying his biological father. More ships then blasted Godzilla and left him unconscious on the beach. Nick roused him with smoke, and Godzilla quickly employed cunning strategy to defeat his father, by burrowing underground, waiting for Cyber Godzilla to peer into the hole, and blasting him with his Atomic Fire Breath. While Cyber Godzilla was still on the ground, Godzilla pinned him down and blasted him yet again. Their fight continued until Godzilla tackled his father into the water and tore out his inner mechanisms with his mouth, destroying Cyber Godzilla for good. This defeat caused the Leviathan Alien Core Collective to call for a retreat.

Abilities

This Godzilla shows a variety of powers and skills that set him apart from his monster enemies. He is generally regarded as the strongest mutation on Earth within the show's continuity.

Physical Capabilities

Godzilla has demonstrated great physical strength. He often overpowers other mutations with sheer brute strength, being able to lift other mutations into the air. His claws are extremely sharp and are capable of shredding steel. Godzilla's tail is an incredibly powerful weapon as well, and can be used to crush and strike his opponents.

Speed and Agility

Godzilla is incredibly fast and nimble, and can run at speeds up to 300 miles per hour.[1] Moreover, Godzilla can perform leaps over great distances. He is also able to quickly scale and perch himself atop buildings despite his massive size and weight. In addition, the monster is shown to have quick reflexes.

Amphibiousness

Helicopters keep up with the rapidly-swimming Godzilla

Godzilla spends most of his time in the water, as he is a natural swimmer and is able to breathe underwater. He is able to travel thousands of miles in the ocean without displaying any signs of fatigue, and is said to swim faster than a submarine's torpedoes.[1] In "D.O.A." and "What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been," Godzilla rested unconscious underwater for an extended period of time while sick.

Durability

Godzilla regenerates destroyed tissue and regains consciousness

Another ability that sets this Godzilla apart from his parent is his ability to withstand high levels of damage. Whereas his father was killed by a relatively small amount of missiles, and indeed this Godzilla bled when hit by missiles as a juvenile in "New Family: Part 1," as an adult he is often shown withstanding hits from large amounts of heavy artillery with no harm, much like the original Japanese Godzilla, and is stated to be immune to conventional weaponry in "An Early Frost."

In relation to his durability is his enhanced regeneration, which allows Godzilla to recover from injuries and regain his strength quickly.

Atomic Fire Breath

Godzilla fires his Atomic Fire Breath

This Godzilla's signature weapon is his green Atomic Fire Breath, also referred to as Power Breath in "What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been," something his father lacked. A blue glow runs up his dorsal plates and reaches his eyes before he finally unleashes the attack. The Atomic Fire Breath has a long range and is extremely hot, capable of melting steel and turning sand into glass. When the breath is used underwater, it initially comes out as fire, but soon simply turns the surrounding water into steam, hampering visibility. He can also exhale atomic fire through his nostrils, as seen in the episode "Bird of Paradise."

In the Godzilla: The Series Game Boy Color game, Godzilla instead possesses an attack called Fire Ball, which takes the shape of a sphere rather than a ray.


Burrowing

Godzilla purposefully tunnels through the side of a cliff to make it unstable in his fight against Crustaceous Rex

Like his father, Godzilla is an extraordinary burrower, as moments after hatching he could quickly burrow through many yards of concrete to escape the ruins of Madison Square Garden. Once fully grown, Godzilla could tunnel incredibly large distances in extremely short periods of time, sometimes appearing on the battlefield from underground.

Intelligence and Communication Skills

Godzilla is shown to be extremely intelligent throughout the series, and is said to have a large brain for his body size, a trait very unique among reptiles in general. Godzilla has solved problems numerous times, such as stopping a train from crashing, or confusing enemies with a variety of attacks. He also constructed a subaquatic lair for himself near H.E.A.T. headquarters. It is implied in the episode "Web Site" that it may even be possible to "talk" with Godzilla, as he has his own "language." Additionally, he is capable of detecting tachyon signals, which are particles traveling faster than light. As the series progressed, Nick noted that Godzilla seemed to get more intelligent.

Weaknesses

Godzilla is generally considered to be the most powerful mutation in Godzilla: The Series, though he still has a number of exploitable weaknesses.

Godzilla seems to have an aversion to bright lights - a weakness which was exploited by both Cameron Winter (who used powerful searchlights while attacking Godzilla with the Cyber Flies) and Maximilian Spiel (who used high-intensity quartz beams during Godzilla's battle with Rhinosaurus).

Poison has be been shown to damage Godzilla more than most types of attacks. He is also vulnerable to dehydration, having almost died due to it when fighting the monster Medusa.

Electricity has done some damage to Godzilla, although he is mostly able to resist it - such as in his battles with the Crackler and the Lizard Slayers.

In the episode "Future Shock," it is revealed that Godzilla was killed by genetically engineered creatures called the D.R.A.G.M.A.s in an alternate future, as his attacks and the combined might of all the planet's mutations were ineffective against the creatures. Thankfully, H.E.A.T. was able to avert this future by having Godzilla kill the weaker juvenile D.R.A.G.M.A.s in the present.

Filmography

Video Games

Comics

Godzilla: The Series

Godzilla in the Godzilla: The Series comic

Monster Wars

In a teaser for the then upcoming Monster Wars trilogy, while H.E.A.T. was held hostage by mutant Leviathan Aliens, Godzilla rose from the Potomac river to combat the rising threat of Monsters attacking the world.

Ice Cold Winter

After being lured to waters off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, Godzilla was frozen in ice by Cameron Winter. Luckily, Mendel Craven was studying Godzilla's seasonal feeding patterns, and sent N.I.G.E.L. along with him. The change in temperature around N.I.G.E.L. alerted Craven, and the H.E.A.T. team came to Godzilla's aid, just as Winter was towing the iceberg away. Randy Hernandez then programmed N.I.G.E.L. to overheat, which melted enough of the ice for Godzilla to awaken and fire his Atomic Breath, freeing him, destroying N.I.G.E.L., and destroying Winter's forces.

Roar

This Godzilla's roars were mostly recycled Godzilla 1998 and Japanese Godzilla roars.

Trivia

  • This incarnation of Godzilla hasn't made any official appearances since his animated series was cancelled back in 2000 due to Sony and TriStar losing the rights to the Godzilla franchise in 2003.
  • Interestingly, while his father is stated to only weigh 500 tons in the novelization of the 1998 film, this Godzilla is said to weigh 60,000 metric tons as revealed in the episode Cash of the Titans,[6] making him officially heavier than all incarnations of Godzilla except his incarnation from Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah through Godzilla vs. Destoroyah, which also weighs 60,000 metric tons, and his incarnations from Legendary Pictures' Godzilla, Shin Godzilla, and the GODZILLA anime trilogy, which are all heavier.
  • A second Godzilla was meant to star in GODZILLA 2 and GODZILLA 3, both of which were scrapped after Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin dropped out during pre-production on the second film. He would have lived in the Australian outback and battled a giant insect monster called the "Queen Bitch" and her giant termite-like subjects, first in Sydney and then on Monster Island. In this film, the second Godzilla would have retained his father's ability to reproduce asexually, giving birth to an entire brood of offspring that mature into "Teen 'Zillas." Like in the animated series, this second Godzilla would possess an atomic fire breath, rather than the flammable power breath possessed by his father.

Video

Wikizilla: YouTube Kaiju Profile: Godzilla
(Godzilla: The Series)

See Also

References

This is a list of references for Godzilla/Godzilla: The Series. 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 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 SciFi Japan: The Ultimate Guide to GODZILLA: THE SERIES
  2. 2.0 2.1 G-Fan #44. p. 9. March/April 2000.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. p. 63. 1 January 2000. ISBN: 978-4091014702.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Godzilla Dictionary [New Edition]. Kasakura Publishing. p. 303. 7 August 2014. ISBN: 9784773087253.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Godzillatheseries.com.Zilla junior 180 feet.png
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Cash of the Titans". (September 25, 1999). Godzilla: The Series. Season 2. TriStar.
  7. "Monster Wars - Part 1/Part 3". (February 13, 1999/February 27, 1999). Godzilla: The Series. Season 1. TriStar.
  8. "New Family - Part 1/Part 2". (September 12, 1998/September 19, 1998). Godzilla: The Series. Season 1. TriStar.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Weinberger, Kimberly, and Dawn Margolis, comps. The Official GODZILLA Movie Fact Book. New York: Scholastic Inc., 1998.
  10. Godzilla: Side View by filbarlow on DeviantART
  11. Godzilla #101: Baby by filbarlow on DeviantART
  12. 12.0 12.1 Godzilla: False Modelsheet by filbarlow on DeviantART

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JohnGojira

one month ago
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While I like him, since he is cool, I like Monsterverse Godzilla better
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Doomzilla

2 months ago
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This Kaiju is worthy of the name Godzilla despite looking like the sorry wuss of a father. Also, great video profile by the way!
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Doomzilla

2 months ago
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Heck, even he makes the controversial design look cool which is surprising!
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Monster Island Blog

2 months ago
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I don't think that this Godzilla weights 60 000 tons. The reason why it was said was probably only to amaze Spiel's guests because it sounded cool - just like they called the other mutation Rhinosaurus even if it wasn't a real dinosaur.
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The King of the Monsters

2 months ago
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There's nothing to indicate that that weight stat was made up. It's the only weight statistic given officially for this Godzilla, and we have every reason to assume it's accurate.
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Titanollante

2 months ago
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Or rather, no reason to assume it isn't accurate.
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Gerdzerl Kinerfdamahnsters

2 months ago
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Most kaiju stats are probably extremely inaccurate when analyzed thoroughly, but that doesn't change the fact that they're canon. They're all we have to go off of.
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DeltaSquad5

11 months ago
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Used to love watching "Godzilla the Series" as a kid - just to see Godzilla/Zilla Junior battling other monsters/mechas.
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Son of Gorgo

13 months ago
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Should there be a page for the Rossio/Elliott version of Godzilla?
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Titanollante

20 months ago
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What Godzilla 1998 should have been!
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Deathrock9

20 months ago
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So basically the exact same thing but somewhat cooler in design and with a green atomic beam.
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CdrWikizilla

17 months ago
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And enemy monsters for him to fight