Godzilla Kingdom (1996/1997)

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Title screen of Godzilla Kingdom
Godzilla Kingdom

Air Date October 1, 1996 -
August 15, 1997
Distributed by Toho
Channel TV Tokyo
Genre Informational; Animated
Episodes 224[1]

Godzilla Kingdom (ゴジラ王国,   Gojira Ōkoku) is a Japanese animated informational series produced by Toho that aired from October 1, 1996 to August 15, 1997.[1]

Description

Translated synopses from page 155 of the Toho Special Effects All Monster Encyclopedia:[1]

Doctor and Megabyte thoroughly analyzed the data of Godzilla and other monsters and introduced their abilities.
博士とメガバイトが、ゴジラや他の怪獣のデータを徹底分析し、その能力を紹介した。

Doctor and Megabyte introduced the secrets of various monsters daily.
博士と怪獣メガバイトが、毎日いろいろな怪獣の秘密を紹介した。

Plot

A woman known only by the mononym "Doctor" and her friendly kaiju companion Megabyte analyze the data of Godzilla and other monsters to outline their abilities and secrets.

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Kikuko Inoue   as   Doctor (voice, 203 episodes)
  • Akemi Okamura   as   Doctor (voice, 21 episodes)
  • Ikue Otani   as   Megabyte (voice, 224 episodes)

Appearances

Characters

Monsters

Videos

"Rhythm Generation" by Two-Mix, the show's first opening theme
MISSING VIDEO
"Zettai Zetsumi 2" by Miyuki Kajitani, the show's second opening theme

External Links

References

This is a list of references for Godzilla Kingdom. 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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Megazilla

4 months ago
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the lesser known godzilla anime ........
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Astounding Beyond Belief

17 months ago
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I can't believe Pikachu's voice actress was in not one but two kaiju things. (The other is Pikadon in Love & Peace.)
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The King of the Monsters

17 months ago
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Ah yes, the other Godzilla anime.
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Les

17 months ago
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It's a shame this series is practically lost. From the sound of it, it could have had some useful information in it.