King Ghidorah (MonsterVerse)

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King Ghidorah incarnations
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King Ghidorah® (MonsterVerse) copyright icon Toho Company, LimitedSlash.pngLegendary Pictures Monster
King Ghidorah in Godzilla: King of the Monsters
King Ghidorah® (MonsterVerse)
Alternate names Ghidorah, Monster Zero,[1][2] The Devil,[1] Death Song Of Three Storms[2]
Subtitle(s) The One Who is Many[2]
Species Titanus Ghidorah[2]
Height 521 feet[2][3] / 158.8 meters[4]
Wingspan Unknown[2]
Weight 141,056 tons[3]
Flight speed 550 knots[3]
Place(s) of emergence Antarctica
Enemies Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan
Portrayed by Jason Liles, Alan Maxson,
Richard Dorton (motion capture)[5]
First appearance Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Roar(s)
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The Devil has three heads.
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— Footnote from Vivienne Graham's classified field notes on King Ghidorah.[1]

King Ghidorah (キングギドラ,   Kingu Gidora) is a three-headed dragon kaiju that appeared in a cave painting in the post-credits scene for the 2017 Legendary Pictures film, Kong: Skull Island, and is set to appear in the upcoming 2019 film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

This will be the first incarnation of King Ghidorah to appear in an American-made film.

Name

The "Ghidorah" (ギドラ,   Gidora) part of King Ghidorah's name comes from the Japanese word for "hydra" (ヒドラ,   Hidora), which shares two of its three katakana characters with "Ghidorah." It also, coincidentally or not, sounds very similar to the Russian pronunciation of "hydra" (Гидра, ˈɡʲidrə). The addition of "King" (キング) to his name may have been influenced by King Dragon (キング・ドラゴン,   Kingu Doragon), the name given to Zmey Gorynych, upon which King Ghidorah's design was based, in the Japanese version of the Soviet film Ilya Muromets. Monarch calls King Ghidorah Monster Zero (モンスター・ゼロ,   Monsutā Zero), and gives him the Titan designation Titanus Ghidorah.[2] He is typically only ever referred to by these names or just Ghidorah in-universe, with only merchandise and marketing using his full name of King Ghidorah. One ancient Sumerian text discovered by Monarch also called him Death Song of Three Storms.

Design

This incarnation of King Ghidorah maintains the traditional core design of the character, being a giant bipedal dragon with three heads on long serpentine necks, two tails, and two large bat-like wings at his sides, which stands upright on his two hind legs. His body is covered in overlapping golden scales, which according to Monarch actually contain trace amounts of gold. The membranes of King Ghidorah's wings are still gold in color, but are made of smooth skin and not covered in scales. Like past designs, the fronts of King Ghidorah's necks are also not covered in scales, but rather skin with a ridged texture. This skin pattern extends to King Ghidorah's chest, a trait unique to this incarnation. This King Ghidorah's heads are designed similarly to the character's Heisei incarnation, with a set of horns on each side as opposed to the Showa incarnation's single pair of horns and manes of hair. Unlike the Heisei King Ghidorah, each of the MonsterVerse King Ghidorah's heads has ten horns, five on each side, rather than eight. These horns are also slightly larger and more curved, as opposed to the thin straight horns of the Heisei design. There is also a small ridge atop each head. All three of King Ghidorah's necks are very muscular in addition to being very long. Two rows of spikes run down the back of his center neck, while the left and right necks feature one row apiece. The undersides of his necks glow yellow when he charges his Gravity Beams. The MonsterVerse King Ghidorah's central neck is positioned in front of his left and right necks much like Keizer Ghidorah's, whereas all previous incarnations of the character had their middle neck positioned behind the others.

King Ghidorah's body is considerably thinner than that of past incarnations, with the outline of his ribcage visible through his skin. Unlike past incarnations, he has defined arms which extend into his wings, with claws at the end of each fold. His wings are much larger than those of past incarnations, and attach to his body well below his hips. When fully outstretched, they extend well above his heads. This incarnation also uses his wings for support when standing at times. King Ghidorah's legs are thin but muscular, with his knees bent forward in such a way that he has a slight forward hunch. His feet have at least four digits with defined claws. King Ghidorah's tails end in spiky retractable fans similar to the Heisei King Ghidorah. According to Monarch files, injuries have been discovered on several locations on King Ghidorah's body "reminiscent of claw and scorch marks."[2].

Personality

According to Michael Dougherty, King Ghidorah is akin to three conjoined triplets, each with their own independent thoughts and distinct personalities, with the middle head being the "smartest." Monarch's profile on King Ghidorah reiterates this, saying "each head exhibits an individual personality."[3] Monarch classifies King Ghidorah's behavior as that of a "destroyer," and considers him "Godzilla's ultimate nemesis."[3]

Origins

King Ghidorah's origins are currently unknown, though it has been implied that this incarnation "is not of this Earth."[6] Judging by his appearance in ancient cave paintings, he has appeared sometime in the past, and may have clashed with Godzilla and Mothra. He was discovered buried under ice in Antarctica before 2014 by a Monarch team headed by Vivienne Graham.[note 1] Monarch links King Ghidorah to mythical creatures such as the Hydra and the Rainbow Serpent, and describes him as a "living extinction event."[2]

History

MonsterVerse

Kong: Skull Island

A cave painting of King Ghidorah battling Godzilla in Kong: Skull Island

After their adventure on Skull Island, Monarch members Houston Brooks and Lin San showed James Conrad and Mason Weaver two cave paintings of King Ghidorah, along with paintings depicting Godzilla, Mothra and Rodan, as proof that the inhabitants of Skull Island were not the only monsters in the world. In the second painting, he was shown fighting Godzilla.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters

On July 26, 2014, King Ghidorah was confirmed to be appearing in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, along with Mothra and Rodan.[7] King Ghidorah is currently frozen in ice at a place called "The Wall of Serpents" located in Antarctica

Abilities

Flight

The muscle tendons in King Ghidorah's wings are described as being incredibly hyper-tensile, and their massive aerodynamics could generate hurricane-force winds when flying. When combined with his body's electro-receptor molecular biology, water vapor in the air would be superheated, creating a localized storm system as he flies. The power of King Ghidorah's flight is so great that as a result, "the stratosphere would be torn open by an otherworldly tempest of thunder and lightning [Earth's] sky has never seen."[2] King Ghidorah flies at a speed of 550 knots,[3] or about Mach .8, while all previous live-action incarnations of the character could fly at least Mach 3 while in the Earth's atmosphere.

Conducting scales

Monarch scientists theorize that King Ghidorah's scales are gilded with trace amounts of aurum which act as conductors, capable of carrying bio-electrical currents throughout his body.

Gravity Beams

King Ghidorah fires his Gravity Beams

King Ghidorah can spit bio-electrical Gravity Beams from each of his mouths.[3] The fronts of his necks glow yellow while charging this attack.[8]

Intelligence

According to cranial scans, King Ghidorah has a divergent frontal lobe density in the brains of all three heads, indicating that each of his heads can have disparate levels of cognitive functions, possibly including independent thought. Monarch has determined that each of King Ghidorah's heads exhibits its own individual personality.[3] King Ghidorah seems to be aware of human life in his surroundings, as after a group of soldiers open fire upon him, he immediately fires his Gravity Beams at them.[8]

Wing lightning

King Ghidorah fires lightning from his wings

Like the incarnation of King Ghidorah from Rebirth of Mothra III, the MonsterVerse King Ghidorah can project lightning from the tips of his wings.[9]

Tail spikes

King Ghidorah has retractable spikes on the ends of his tails, though it remains to be seen if they are utilized in combat.[8] King Ghidorah is seen shaking the ends of his tails in the air like a rattlesnake, possibly as an intimidation display.

Physical capabilites

When not using his gravity beams to attack from a distance, King Ghidorah uses his jaws when in close combat.[8][9]

Durability

King Ghidorah is immune to conventional weaponry, and is also able to withstand a blast of Godzilla's atomic breath at point-blank range, though it still pushes him back.[10]

Filmography

Gallery

Main article: King Ghidorah/Gallery.

Roar

According to Michael Dougherty, King Ghidorah's roar in the MonsterVerse is meant to emulate his original high-pitched cackling roar from the Showa series.

Trivia

  • The script for Kong: Skull Island called for the Iwi petroglyphs inside the Wanderer to depict many monsters, including "one with three heads."[11] In the completed film, only Kong and the Skullcrawlers were shown. The film's novelization, however, does mention a three-headed creature depicted on the murals, along with several other creatures.
  • Monarch's designation for King Ghidorah, Monster Zero, is the name given to King Ghidorah by the Xiliens in Invasion of Astro-Monster.[1]
  • The location where King Ghidorah is frozen in Antarctica, Outpost 32, is a reference to the 1982 film The Thing, in which the primary location is an outpost in Antarctica called Outpost 31. The titular alien monster in The Thing is also discovered frozen in the Antarctic ice, much like King Ghidorah.
  • Excluding the King Ghidorah featured in GODZILLA: The Planet Eater which is an estimated 20 kilometers (65,616.8 feet) in length with no definite "height," this is the tallest incarnation of the character, standing 521 feet (158.8 meters) in height - approximately 29 feet taller than the Heisei King Ghidorah, who was 150 meters. The MonsterVerse King Ghidorah is also the tallest monster featured in a Godzilla film besides Godzilla Earth, who stands over 1,000 feet tall.
    • The MonsterVerse King Ghidorah is also the heaviest incarnation of the character at 141,056 tons, which is nearly double the weight of the Heisei King Ghidorah, and the heaviest member of the Ghidorah group. He is also one of the heaviest kaiju in the Godzilla series, behind the Heisei Mechagodzilla at 150,000 metric tons, Super Mechagodzilla at 150,482 metric tons, M.O.G.U.E.R.A. at 160,000 metric tons, Biollante's Plant Beast Form at 200,000 metric tons, Bagan at 280,000 metric tons, and SpaceGodzilla's Flying Form at 720,000 metric tons.
  • The MonsterVerse King Ghidorah is the first incarnation of the character to be portrayed through motion capture, as well as the first to be portrayed by three actors simultaneously.

See also

Notes

  1. The Monarch timeline videos posted to Kong: Skull Island social media accounts in 2017 state that Monarch discovered King Ghidorah in 2016. Godzilla: Aftershock, set in 2014, shows a containment facility already built around him.

References

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Godzillakid

2 days ago
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Thor: I am the god of thunder!

Raiden: step aside fool, IM THE GOD OF THUNDER

MV King ghidora: hah, so cute when they think their me
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SkullIslandExplorer

3 days ago
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Just realized that MonsterVerse Ghidorah and Bayformers Megatron have the same backstory.
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AngiraBlu

3 days ago
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How so?

…..

Oh wait.....They came from space and got frozen in ice.
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SkullIslandExplorer

3 days ago
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Yesssssssss!
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AngiraBlu

3 days ago
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Did you know that BW Megatron's name used to be Gnashteeth, before he changed it?
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 days ago
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I’ve been into Transformers since 2007, and TFWiki and Chris McFeely were my sources. (Thanks for the info though).
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AngiraBlu

2 days ago
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Same here! Just had to make sure! ;)
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 days ago
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Cool. (BTW, Samurai Jack is best anime, yesssssss!)
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Green Blob Thing

2 days ago
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Samurai Jack isn't an anime.
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 days ago
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@Green Blob Thing: Well duh. XD
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5146 Adam

6 days ago
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Pre-2019: Ghidorah has never really given Godzilla a hard time, besides when he strangled him in 1991

Post 2019: OMGGHIDORAHTRIPLEBITGODZILLAALLHAILTHEKING
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Godzillakid

3 days ago
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The anime Ghidorah almost killed Godzilla earth, so this is not the first King Ghidorah to give him a hard time
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AngiraBlu

7 days ago
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Been meaning to mention this around the time I estimated Void Ghidorah's actual height and wingspan. But around the time the S.H. Monsterarts reveal occurred, I used the this Living Extinction KG's height and Fire Demon Rodan's wingspan to get an estimate for LEKG's wingspan.

My results came up with a wingspan of an estimated 317.6 meters (1,042 feet).

Since this is just an estimate, we'll have to wait and see whether the results are a bit lower, a bit higher, or right on target, around the time G:KOTM comes out or prepares to come out (probably between now and the day before). Or whenever the official info comes out.
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AngiraBlu

7 days ago
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Ignore the "the this" part. My b.
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SkullIslandExplorer

9 days ago
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On May 31, Destiny Arrives.
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Godzillaboy

16 days ago
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i say that this dude (wikizilla) he forgot to put another ghidorah roar like the 4th trailer, and mike (director) said on twitter one roar will sound one of showas's roars like this "biibibibibibibibi" and wikizilla needs to put more pictures of him, King Ghidorah lost his 3rd head just so u know. He a cool dude :D
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SkullIslandExplorer

17 days ago
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  • GASP* THE DEVIL HAS THREE HEADS!!!! 😱😱😱
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Lamango

25 days ago
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I believe Ghidorah uses the GMK roar?
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The King of the Monsters

25 days ago
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The MonsterVerse King Ghidorah's roar is a new roar meant to emulate the Showa roar.
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SpareGhidora

one month ago
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Wow
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Gorosaurus Fan

one month ago
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I almost passed out when i saw King Ghidorah firing lighting fr om his wings
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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For some reason, that didn’t surprise me. I knew they were going to do that. But it’s cool.
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MosuFan2004

one month ago
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And I just want to know how did you "know they were going to do that"
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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@MosuFan2004: Well, if you read the “Flight” section under “Abilities”, it says, “The muscle tendons in King Ghidorah's wings are described as being incredibly hyper-tensile, and their massive aerodynamics could generate hurricane-force winds when flying (That’s one clue to generating storms, obviously). When combined with his body's electro-receptor molecular biology (second clue), water vapor in the air would be superheated, creating a localized storm system as he flies. The power of King Ghidorah's flight is so great that as a result, "the stratosphere would be torn open by an otherworldly tempest of thunder and lightning [Earth's] sky has never seen."” (Reading that last part, I literally pictured: as Ghidorah flies, his body surges with electricity, and each flap creates bolts of lightning. And keep in mind, I read this as they were revealing bits and pieces of info of the monsters leading up to SDCC. Though, I’m pretty sure everyone read those reveals)

So that’s how I knew “they were going to do it”. XD
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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BTW, to Ghidorah, destiny still arrives.
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AngiraBlu

one month ago
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@SkullIslandExplorer: I figured that's how you figured it out. They'd have to do it anyway, I mean, come on! It just looks SO DARN COOL!!! What'll they do next? Make him have electrified Wing Shockwaves?! Picture it!
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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@AngiraBlu: Eeyup, I can picture it.
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Aggression25

2 months ago
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Why is King Ghidorah listed as a MUTO? If he's an extraterrestrial, he should be a MUEO: Massive Unidentified Extraterrestrial Organism.
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ShodaiMeesmothLarva

2 months ago
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As above
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 months ago
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It’s Titan, not MUTO.
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Pivot Dinosaur

one month ago
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@SkullIslandExplorer Every titan in the MonsterVerse are listed as a M.U.T.O. by Monarch until they are given a name.
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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@Pivot Dinosaur: You know what’s also listed as a M.U.T.O.? Your face. XD

(Also, cool name)
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SkullIslandExplorer

2 months ago
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King Ghidorah is the ancient ancestor of a trio of female creatures with dragon forms. And somewhere out there, in an unknown multiverse, his descendants have disappointed him greatly, and he wishes to devour them as punishment.
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Keizer Zilla

2 months ago
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We... Are Ghidorah.
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SkullIslandExplorer

one month ago
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NO! It’s “WE ARE VENOM”!
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Green Blob Thing

3 months ago
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I am absolutely here for this version of Ghidorah, he looks absolutely awesome. Mothra looks good too and Rodan is as okay-ish as ever, but Ghidorah is the one I'm really excited to see in this movie. The battles are gonna look fantastic.
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Aggression25

3 months ago
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This incarnation of Ghidorah is going to make so much noise! Everyone prepare their cash for tickets!
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Conder99

4 months ago
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BOI
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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King Ghidorah: “I know what it is like to lose. To feel so desperately that you're right, yet to fail, nonetheless. It’s frightening, turns the legs to jelly. I ask you to what end? Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives all the same. And now it is here. Or should I say, I am.”


Rodan: “You talk too much!”
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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Why does Ghidorah seem eerily similar to a trio of characters... with dragon forms?
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Godzillaboy

4 months ago
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Well king ghidorah will be really ded in the new movie. buring godzilla will kill a el.
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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King Ghidorah: “This is it, Madison. Your big break in TV!”

Madison Russell: *scream*


King Ghidorah: WELCOME TO PRIMETIME, B**CH!
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Titan of Water

4 months ago
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Did you get my reference quotes in the comments below?
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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Um, no. What is it?

P.S. Happy New Year!
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Titan of Water

4 months ago
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It’s joker quotes from the Dark Knight Returns Again once you start quoting that movie you can’t stop lol. Your reference was funny too btw.
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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Ah! I see. (It’s been a while since I’ve read the comic or watched the cartoon)

Yeah, that scene where Ghido was staring at Madison made think of Freddy Krueger. I don’t know why.

BTW, since it says that Ghidorah’s heads are capable of independent thought, it made me think of another funny thing: https://m.yo...=cFdgjYoBMIg

Enjoy!
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LegeGoji

4 months ago
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nice Nightmare on Elm Street 3 reference
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SkullIslandExplorer

4 months ago
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Thanks. Check out the video link (to see what I mean about Ghidorah’s heads having individual thought).
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Keizer Zilla

4 months ago
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I'm pretty sure Ghidorah's a Wyvern in this one. When he's rising up out of the ice you can see him standing on his wings.
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Titan of Water

5 months ago
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It’s 2014 in a facility in Antarctica, Monarch Agents swarm a tv in an office near the frozen Titan. It shows Godzilla out of the destruction of San Francisco walking back to the ocean triumphant in his fight against the MUTOS. Ghidorah: Godzilla....darling.
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Titan of Water

5 months ago
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Monarch Agent 1: According to our scans blah blah blah...Monarch Agent 2: I don’t have time, I have stuff to do. Ghidorah: Thats ok, I want people to know me. That’s why I’m going to kill everyone in this facility.
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Toolen

5 months ago
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Definitely my new favorite Ghidorah design. He really looks like a walking world-ending mass extinction event. He is every bit as terrifying as Ghidorah should be. His design may have been updated, but he is still recognizable as the King of Terror we’ve all come to love. I knew those supposed “leaks” were nonsense. Legendary clearly knew what they were doing. May can’t come soon enough!
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Titan of Water

5 months ago
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After watching trailer 2 a billion times, I must say that this Ghidorah is as Sally Hawkins put it “an alpha predator to rival even Godzilla”. Godzilla better take Thanos’’ advice and go for the heads.
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Aggression25

5 months ago
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All I know is that the battle between them has to be epic! Epic like it's the end of the world epic!
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SuperZillaRealms

5 months ago
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I did see that King Ghidorah uses his wings to walk a few times it seems that its based off of American dragons
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VaderRaptor

2 months ago
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Ghidorah walks kind of like Pterosaurs did.
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Keizer Zilla

5 months ago
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The Monster-verse Ghidorah is already my favorite design!
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Doomzilla

5 months ago
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Holy CRAP, Ghidorah looks ULTRA-BADASS with his official look! Truly lives up to the title of "KING OF TERROR"!!!
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Titan of Water

5 months ago
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His appearance definitely defiantly gives the “ultimate evil vibe”.
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SkullIslandExplorer

5 months ago
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Looks ALOT better than I expected. I originally wanted Smaug-like heads, but the SDCC poster and SHMA’s figure really show how much effort they put into the design.
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Hedorahguy1971

5 months ago
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I’ve seen his design NOT the thing you go up against in real life
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Titan of Water

6 months ago
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This Ghidorah looks a lot more promising than Planet Eater Ghidorah.
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Aggression25

6 months ago
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Why is that?
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LegeGoji

8 months ago
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WHOS READY FOR ME TO KILL THIS GUY?
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Aggression25

7 months ago
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You'll never be able to kill Ghidorah. Only Godzilla will be able to save us from him.
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LegeGoji

7 months ago
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Tell me who else Goji is
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Gojira2014

10 months ago
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the design discription needs to be fixed. he's walking on all fours in the storm photo.
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MosuFan2004

9 months ago
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Just where did you see him in the storm scenes? -_-
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Gojira2014

9 months ago
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i meant in the monarch photo.

though it seems the trailer proved me wrong anyway so.
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Aggression25

7 months ago
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How can we be sure he's even got four limbs for locomotion?
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158 meters?sorry monsterverse ghidorah,but you still short than godzilla(so did all of us do)
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i mean godzilla earth not just godzilla,sorry for this error
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MrAwesomeness360

8 months ago
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Yeah, of course AnimeGoji is bigger, they made his scale so over-exaggerated it's almost ridiculous. A hundred meters is fine, it's perfect, it's not too small but not too big, but near the size of the Empire State Building? That's just excessive.
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Gojira2014

13 months ago
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he looks the same as the claasic movies. good. i din't like wyverndorah that much anyway.
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SkullIslandExplorer

11 months ago
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Hope he has heads like Smaug (albeit with some tweaks), would really give the impression that Ghidorah is malevolent.
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LegeGoji

7 months ago
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Umm... a wyvern is two legs. Four is a draagon. so King Ghidorah has always been a wyvern.
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The happy Dragon

14 months ago
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Is godzilla 2019 going to be taller? pluse im new.
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Monintoho

20 months ago
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When I saw this post credit scene in Kong Skull Island I was so pumped.
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Spinocroc123

22 months ago
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Well now we know that he was discovered with three heads. And he probably won't have transion forms or anything. So that concludes that he will most likely be not be a Gryphon thing like i theorized. Bit of a disapointment, but i'm still excited.
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Titanollante

22 months ago
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Since he appears in Siberia, it might be possible that he arrived to Earth like an alien. If you recall, nobody ever witnessed the the Tunguska event, and people only over theorized that all the tens of thousands of trees that were uprooted and stuff was because a meteor exploded there. It might be a similar thing, where Ghidorah landed on earth, nobody noticed, and he either took residence under ice or was frozen in place.

Though there's still the possibility that it is a terrestrial Ghidorah.
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The King of the Monsters

22 months ago
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I think the Monarch timeline says he was discovered in Antarctica, not Siberia.
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Titanollante

22 months ago
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Oops

Well, I'm not saying he could've done Tunguska, just that he could've arrived some way similar.
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MosuFan2004

25 months ago
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I'm not a big fan of King Ghidorah but the cave paintings made me HYPED!!
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Aggression25

16 months ago
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What are the chances that this incarnation isn't a terrestrial organism like the others?
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Green Blob Thing

16 months ago
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I'd love it if they went for an alien origin again. No matter what they decide on, it'll probably still be better than the three stupid Dorat things being his origin.
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