List of homage and spoof monsters

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The following is a list of fictional characters who are deliberate tributes or spoofs of more famous giant monsters like Godzilla, Gamera, and King Kong, divided by their sources of inspiration and all in alphabetical order.

This list may not be 100% complete, but nevertheless aims to be comprehensive and expansive.


  • Archelus (Earth Defense Force 5)[1]

Ann Darrow

  • Amy La Bido (Bride of Congo, from Eerie issue 81)[2]
  • Bambi Boone (Goodbye, Bambi Boone, from Eerie issue 81)[3]



  • Rhedollante (Fantastic Four issue 347)[4][5]



  • Kuragenyara (Super Electromagnetic Machine Voltes V episode 13)
  • Mongie (Genesis of Aquarion episode "Merge To Eat")


  • Giant Shrimp (Space War Attack)

Gaira and Sanda

  • Black Humongo (Kaijumax)
  • Green Humongo (Kaijumax)
  • Hiromi Gargantua (Mobile Police Patlabor episode "The 450 Million-Year-Old Trap")[8]
  • Red Humongo (Kaijumax)


  • Cragera (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy segment "Giant Billy and Mandy All Out Attack")[9]
  • Ghamoo-ra (World of Warcraft)[10]
  • Giant Flying Turtle of The Invincible Magical Self-Defense Force, Orbital Division (Nurse Witch Komugi episode 5, "The Encounter Has Come")
  • Giant Turtle (Justice League Unlimited episode "Chaos In the Earth's Core")
  • Glontron / 'Mecha-Gamera' (Megas XLR episode "Breakout")
  • Kamedor (World War Kaiju)[11]
  • Shelley (Frankenweenie, 2012 film)
  • Sidney Poitier (South Park episode "Mecha-Streisand")[12]
  • Tobozu (Pachimon)[13]
  • Tokka (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 2012 TV series)[14]
  • Turtle Monster (Tokyo Storm Warning, issue 3)


  • Kanime (Sgt. Frog episode "Old School Monster Battle: Keroro Style!")


Prehistoric World Waxdroids (Red Dwarf episode "Meltdown")[15][16]


  • Ikara (Sgt. Frog episode "Old School Monster Battle: Keroro Style!")

Giant Octopus


  • Pegimon (Dream Rocket vinyl figure)[18]
  • Tesladon (World War Kaiju)[19]


  • Armor Jack (Assault! Armor Jack!)[20][21]


  • Ape-Whale (Kaijumax)
  • Chizilla (Magical Girl Ore episode "Magical Girl - On Vacation")
  • Demon Beast Daitanix (Seijuu Sentai Gingaman)[22]
  • Dodzilla / Dojira (Gamera: Super Monster)
  • Dogzilla (Dogzilla)
  • Dragon Caesar (Dinosaur Squadron Zyuranger)
  • Earthtron (The Return of Ultraman episode "All Monsters Attack")
  • Erginus (Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair and Earth Defense Force 5)[23]
  • Fat Man (World War Kaijul)[24]
  • G-Zord (Mirai Sentai Timeranger)[25]
  • Gadzooka (The Abbott and Costello Cartoon Show segment "Gadzooka")
  • Ganjasaurus Rex (Ganjasaurus Rex)[26][27]
  • Gazorra ("Horror Heaven" segment from Gazorra :Die Bestie aus dem Erdinnern)
  • Geon (King of the Monsters)[28]
  • Giant Orange Monster (The Powerpuff Girls segment "Three Girls and a Monster")
  • Giganticon (The Brak Show episode "Bawkbagawk")
  • Godzonka (Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles segment "The Menace from the Wax Museum")
  • Gollyzilla (Pinky and the Brain segment "Tokyo Grows")
  • Gomess (Ultra Q, later served as a direct Godzilla stand-in in the Ultraman X episode "A Soldier's Back")[29]
  • Goody (Krung Thai Bank commercial from Thailand)[30][31]
  • Goshilla (Crush, Crumble and Chomp!)
  • Greenzilla (Power Rangers Dino Charge)[32]
  • Homerzilla (The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror XXVI")
  • Humungado (Transformers: Rescue Bots episode "The Attack of Humungado")
  • Jojo the Klownzilla / King Klown (Killer Klowns From Outer Space)[33]
  • Kibira (Pachimon)
  • Kojira (Destroy All Humans! 2)
  • Lake Erie Monster (It Ate Cleveland aka Godzilla vs. Cleveland, unproduced 1985-1988 film)[34][35]
  • Leviathan (Uncanny X-Men Volume 1, issue 506)
  • Lizardo (The Real Ghostbusters episode "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters")
  • Newtrino the Atomic Newt (They Came From Hollywood, unreleased PC game)
  • Reptar (Rugrats)[36][37]
  • Reptomicus (I Was An Atomic Mutant)
  • Saurous (Monster Attack and Global Defence Force)
  • Stinky Footed Lizard (Stay Tuned)
  • Super Geon (King of the Monsters 2)[38]
  • Togera (War of the Monsters)[39]
  • Notzilla
  • Ultra-Pipi (Invader Zim segment "Hamstergeddon")
  • Vallak (Earth Defense Force 2017)
  • Wardoris (Pachimon)[40]
  • Yakob (Pachimon)[41]
  • Zillo Beast (Star Wars: The Clone Wars episodes "The Zillo Beast" and "The Zillo Beast Strikes Back")[42]



  • Prism Ace (Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger Season Tsuu)[43]


  • Pulala (Zuzu: Queen of the Monsters)[44]


  • Ping Pong Monster (Powerpuff Girls issue 69 "All Thumbs")[45]


  • Mushuusaa (Ultimate Girls episode 10)[46]


Jet Jaguar


  • Gameba (Sgt. Frog episode "Old School Monster Battle: Keroro Style!")


  • Baby Gagon / Megagon (Concrete Revolutio)[50]
  • Big Boy (Star-Spangled War Stories, issues 110-111)[51]

King Caesar

  • Gakuru Shisa (Ultraman Geed: Connect The Wishes!)[52]
  • Shisa Monster of The Invincible Magical Self-Defense Force, Okinawa Division (Nurse Witch Komugi episode 5, "The Encounter Has Come")

King Ghidorah

  • Gelbros J3 (Mazinger Z episode "Three Headed Beast Machine of Terror")
  • Infinity Dragon (Juken Sentai Gekiranger)
  • Kittyrah (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy segment "Giant Billy and Mandy All Out Attack")
  • Three-Head / Three-Neck (Astro Boy 1981 series episode "Major Operations of Black Jack")
  • Three-Headed Dragon That Shall Destroy The Universe (Project A-ko: Grey Side/Blue Side)
  • Triple Eagle (Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu episode "Your Earth, Your Future")

King Kong

  • A*P*E (A* P *E)
  • Congo ("Bride of Congo", from Eerie issue 81)[53]
  • Experimental Prototype Robot K1 (Doctor Who serial Robot)[54][55]
  • Gagon (Concrete Revolutio)[56]
  • Giant Ape (Johnny Bravo segment "Ape Is Enough")
  • Giant Gorilla (The Lost Island, uncompleted 1934 musical comedy)<ref[>]</ref>[57]
  • Giant Gorilla Robot-Suit ("The Giant Ape Suit", from Eerie issue 81)[58]
  • Gigantopithecus (King of the Lost World)[59]
  • Gorgilla (Tales to Astonish issues 12 and 18)[60]
  • Gorillasaur (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy segment "Giant Billy and Mandy All Out Attack")
  • Gorillis (Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles segment "The Menace from the Wax Museum")
  • Hercules (giant energy forms, "The Adventures of Hercules")
  • Honky Kong (Black Dynamite episode "Honky Kong! -OR- White Apes Can't Hump")[61][62]
  • It (Mad Monster Party)
  • Kat Kong (Kat Kong)
  • Karas / Ra (Spectreman)[63][64]
  • King Colosso (Tomahawk issues 86 and 93)[65][66]
  • King Conger (Mechander Robo episode "Behold! The Aerial City Fortress")[67]
  • King Dong (Lost on Adventure Island)
  • King Homer (The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror III")
  • King Korn (Mad Magazine, issue 192)
  • King Mong (Costinha and King Mong)[68][69]
  • Kitten Kong (The Goodies episode "Kitten Kong")[70]
  • Kling Klong (Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch)
  • Konga (Konga)[71][72]
  • Kongula (Kongula, Ape Giant of Terror, unmade German film)
  • Mrs. King Kong (Weird War Tales issue 120, 1983)[73]
  • Ping Pong (Benny and Cecil)
  • Ping Pong (Mad Magazine, issue 6)
  • Orangutang Gargantua (Africa Screams)
  • Queen Kong (Queen Kong)
  • Super Kong (The Three Robonic Stooges)
  • Taurus (Equinox, AKA The Equinox... A Journey into the Supernatural)
  • Tin Kong (Dynomutt, Dog Wonder episode "Tin Kong")
  • Titano The Super-Ape (Superman issue 127, 1959)[74]
  • Utam / Peking Man (Mighty Peking Man)
  • Woo (King of the Monster)[75]


  • Import Monster (Likely Stories, Vol. 3)
  • Mecha Gomora (Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden: Ultraman Zero vs. Darklops Zero)[76]
  • Mechagiras (Ultraman 80 episode "Streets of Illusion")[77]
  • Mecha-Megas (Megas XLR episode "Dude, Where's My Head?")[78][79]
  • Mecha-Streisand / Barbra Streisand (South Park episode "Mecha-Streisand")[80]
  • Mecha-Togera (War of the Monsters)
  • Mechazon (Kaijumax)
  • Saurous Cyborg Form (Monster Attack and Global Defence Force)
  • Trypticon (The Transformers)


  • Bulgario (Phantom Star God Justirisers)
  • Cyber-Woo (King of the Monsters 2)[81]
  • GigantoGon (Concrete Revolutio)[82]
  • Mecha-Congar (War of the Monsters)
  • Mecha-Gorillasaur (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy segment "Giant Billy and Mandy All Out Attack")
  • Robo-Yeti


  • Prism Ace (Hikonin Sentai Akibaranger Season Tsuu)[83]




  • Devil Butterfly (Space War Attack)
  • Inagos
  • Lucy (Thundercats 2011 series episode "Recipe for Disaster")
  • Modrah (World War Kaiju)[85]
  • Robert Smith (South Park episode "Mecha-Streisand")[86]
  • Silkie / Larva-M319 (Teen Titans episode "Can I Keep Him?")
  • Sphectra (The Movie Monster Game)
  • Zomm (Giantkiller)



  • Galgameth (The Adventures of Galgameth)


  • The Beast from A Million Billion Trillion Squillion Fathoms (Crazy, issue 2)[87]
  • Rhedollante (Fantastic Four issue 347)[88][89]



  • Rokan (Super Friends segment "Rokan: Enemy From Space")
  • Rokan Babies ("Super Friends segment Rokan: Enemy From Space")
  • Soran
  • Zeran (Zeran, also known as Rodan 2, short film directed by Masahiko Katto)[90]

Steve Martin

  • Giant Steve Martin / Raymond Burr (Pinky and the Brain segment "Tokyo Grows")

Two-Legged Lizard

Tyrannosaurus rex


  • Baradagi's Father (Prefectural Earth Defense Force, 1986 anime adaptation)


  • Zuzu (Young Gu and The Dinosaur Zuzu)
  • Mother Zuzu (Young Gu and The Dinosaur Zuzu)


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