Godzilla vs. NeoGodzilla

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Godzilla vs. NeoGodzilla
Early concept art for Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, including artwork of Crystal Godzilla
Planned 1994
Concept history Godzilla vs. Emperor Ghidorah
Godzilla vs. AstroGodzilla
Godzilla vs. NeoGodzilla
Godzilla Super Wars
Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla
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Godzilla vs. NeoGodzilla (ゴジラVSネオゴジラ,   Gojira tai Neogojira) is an early script for the sixth entry in the Heisei series of Godzilla films, and a predecessor to what ultimately became Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. Written by Shinichiro Kobayashi, it builds on the previous Godzilla vs. AstroGodzilla proposal, renaming AstroGodzilla to Crystal Godzilla and introducing the crystalline element to the monster that would be present in the finished SpaceGodzilla character.


When Godzilla's cells are sent off into space, they give birth to a new, crystalline life form named Crystal Godzilla, who flies down to Earth to combat the original.


While Godzilla vs. AstroGodzilla established a space-borne clone of Godzilla as the antagonist for the sixth Heisei film, this story treatment written by Godzilla vs. Biollante writer Shinichiro Kobayashi introduced the concept of this clone being crystalline in nature. This was a very important concept which was reflected in the final product, Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla. In this draft, Crystal Godzilla had three forms: a space form, a flight form, and the final one being a "mature form." This was likely the inspiration for SpaceGodzilla's flying and combat forms.

A subsequent proposal, Godzilla Super Wars, further revised the concept. Crystal Godzilla was renamed SpaceGodzilla, and the story began to more closely resemble the final product.

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