List of monsters from comics and books

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This is a list of various monsters that have originated from books, comics and manga, including print media related to characters such as Godzilla, King Kong and Gamera as well as the Charlton Comics continuity which incorporated Gorgo, Konga and Reptilicus into a shared continuity.

Godzilla comics and books[edit | edit source]

Random House Books[edit | edit source]

Marvel Comics[edit | edit source]

Other Marvel monsters[edit | edit source]

Dark Horse Comics[edit | edit source]

IDW Comics[edit | edit source]

Legendary Comics[edit | edit source]

The Godzilla Comic[edit | edit source]

The Godzilla Comic Raids Again[edit | edit source]

  • Yamata no Orochi
  • Cancer Cell Godzilla
  • Leukocyte Godzilla
  • Sperm Godzilla
  • Ba-Ba Godzilla

Godzilla, King of the Monsters (Kodansha manga)[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous manga and comics[edit | edit source]

Gamera comics and books[edit | edit source]

Manga Boys Special Edition: Gamera[edit | edit source]

Gamera: The Guardian of the Universe (Dark Horse Comics)[edit | edit source]

The Last Hope[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous manga and books[edit | edit source]

King Kong[edit | edit source]

The King Kong Show[edit | edit source]

  • Angry Sea Monster (The King Kong Show coloring book)
  • No. 18 (Akio Itou manga)[10]
  • Giant ants (Akio Itou manga)[10]
  • Frankenstein Monster (Akio Itou manga)[10]
  • Werewolf (Akio Itou manga)[10]
  • Red-yellow colored big-eared humanoid (Akio Itou manga)[10]
  • Wild Woolly Mammoth (Akio Itou manga)

King Kong (Editorial Orizaba)[edit | edit source]

  • Leopard man (issue #3)
  • Horned bear beast (issue #15)
  • Mechanical insect monster (issue #27)
  • Reptilian sea monster (issue #25)[11]
  • Giant skull snakes (issue #31)
  • Giant Gillman (issue #36)
  • Giant dragonflies (issue #38)[12]
  • Giant lavender-colored snake (issue #42)[13]
  • Giant eagle flock (issue #47)
  • Giant statue man (issue #65)
  • Deadly Dimetrodons (issue #78)
  • Giant caveman (issue #96)
  • Humanoid frog creature (issue #104)
  • 'Cyclops with a gorilla's body' (issue #106)
  • Giant bald humanoid (issue #107)
  • Giant lion (issue #122)
  • Giant ferret (issue #131)
  • Giant small-headed mutant (issue #132)
  • Scaly Mermen (issue #137)
  • Polar bear monster (issue #142)[14]
  • Neck-chomping reptile creature (issue #144)
  • Razor-spiked Ankylosaurus / turtle creature (issue #144)
  • Giant ghoul (issue #152)[15]
  • Giant fly (issue #160)

Kong Reborn[edit | edit source]

The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island[edit | edit source]

  • Ambulaquasaurus
  • Asperdorus
  • Atercurisaurus
  • Avarusaurus
  • Burglar Monkeys
  • Carvers
  • Cunaepraedators
  • Diablosaurus
  • Dirt Turtles
  • Dirusuchus
  • Dracomicros hospes
  • Gaur
  • Gladiodon
  • Great Grey Heron
  • Gribbler
  • Hebeosaurus torvus
  • Incultulepas
  • Inox
  • Killer-Eels
  • Malamagnus
  • Malevolusaurus
  • Megaprimatus kong
  • Monstrutalpus
  • Moonspider
  • Mortifillex venefecus
  • Needlemouth
  • Noctupervagus
  • Novusaurus
  • Pinnatono
  • Pugbats
  • Pugiodorsus squameus
  • Scimitodon
  • Skin-Birds
  • Skull Island Snapper
  • Sparkleside
  • Spinaculex
  • Stink-fish
  • Sun-fin
  • Swamp-Wings
  • Sylvaceratops
  • Termito'saurus
  • Turturcassis
  • Udusaur
  • Ursusuccus / Bear-Crocs
  • Volucerictis
  • Zeropteryx

Kong of Skull Island (property)[edit | edit source]

Kong: King of Skull Island[edit | edit source]

Kong of Skull Island[edit | edit source]

Kong: Gods of Skull Island[edit | edit source]

Legendary Comics[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

  • Stegosaurus (1947 manga adaptation of King Kong by Osamu Tezuka)[16]
  • Silver King (Silver King manga by Ippei Sama)[17]
  • Nezulla (Nezulla manga by Ippei Sama)[17]
  • White Kong (Nezulla manga by Ippei Sama)[17]
  • Microcosmos octopus (King Kong in the Microcosmos #15)[18][19]

Charlton Comics: Gorgo, Konga, and Reptilicus[edit | edit source]

Gorgo comics[edit | edit source]

  • Gorgo (Charlton Comics version)
  • Ogra (Charlton Comics version)
  • The Sea Beast (issue #5)
  • Giant Twilight Fish (issue #6)
  • Atlanteans (issue #6)
  • Crab-Things (issue #6)
  • Venusian Terrors (issue #10)
  • Passing giant squid (issue #11)
  • Venusian octopi (issue #12)
  • Tyrannosaurs (issue #15)
  • Brontosaurus (issue #15)
  • Triceratops (issue #15)
  • Chloryllfids (issue #16)
  • Giant squid (issue #17)
  • The Space Scourgers (issue #18)
  • Dr. Zhunli / The World Shaker (issue #19)
  • Enlarged honey bees (issue #19)
  • Gorgo duplicate / Gorgo facsimile (issue #20)
  • Aliens from Another Planet (issue #20)
  • Venusian Giants (issue #21)
  • 'Giant prehistoric dinosaur' (issue #21)
  • Deep Sea Killer (issue #22)
  • Tyrannosaurus (issue #23)
  • Ceratosaurus (issue #23)
  • Brachiosaurus (issue #23)
  • Giant pterodactyl (issue #23)
  • Hogar (Fantastic Giants #24; despite the title, this is the last issue of the series)
  • Koorii of the Frog People of Corpus (The Return of Gorgo #2)
  • Deadly giant squid (The Return of Gorgo #2)
  • Borko Slaves (The Return of Gorgo #2)

Konga comics[edit | edit source]

  • Konga (Charlton Comics version)
  • The Sea Monster (issue #3)
  • Deadly Squid (issue #4)
  • Giant octopus (issue #7)
  • Vegetable Aliens (issue $7)
  • Brontosaurus (issue #8)
  • Carnivorous dinosaurs (issue #8)
  • Giant of the pterodactyl family (issue #8)
  • Ceratopsian-like beast (issue #8)
  • The Mole Men (issue #10)
  • Giant clams (issue #11)
  • Galaxy of Jila Aliens (issue #14)
  • The Unians (issue #16)
  • 9K (issue #16)
  • Simulo Models (issue #16)
  • Giant land crabs (issue #17)
  • Martians (issue #18)
  • Martian robots (issue #18)
  • Giant leopard (issue #18)
  • Giant tiger (issue #18)
  • Lukk the Challenger (issue #21)
  • Yagolians (Lukk's extraterrestrial people, issue #21)
  • The Creatures of Uuang-Ni (issue #23)
  • Torga, Konga’s mate (The Return of Konga #1)

Reptilicus / Reptisaurus the Terrible comics[edit | edit source]

  • Reptilicus / Reptisaurus (Charlton Comics version)
  • Reptisaurus' mate (issue #4)
  • Reptisaurus' brood (issue #7)
  • The People's Dragon / The Mechanical Dragon (issue #5)
  • The Abominable Snowman (issue #5)

Charlton back-up stories[edit | edit source]

  • Manta-squid (Gorgo #1)
  • Space Monsters (Gorgo #3)
  • 'Strange life-form of the deep' (Gorgo #6)
  • Sea Serpents (Gorgo #6)
  • Loch Ness Serpent (Gorgo #6)
  • Giant Octopus of the South Seas (Gorgo #6)
  • Kilos III Aliens (Gorgo #7)
  • The Monster / The Earth Monster (Gorgo #8)
  • The Executioner (Gorgo #9)
  • Stalk-like aliens (Gorgo #10)
  • The Creatures of Lao-Shung (Gorgo #11)
  • The Creature from Beyond Time (Gorgo #13)
  • Cave Bear (Gorgo #19)
  • The Dragon of China (Konga #5)
  • Giant Reptiles (Konga #6)
  • Apis mellifera / Honey Bees from Atlantis (The Return of Gorgo #3)
  • Giant Ants from Antigoma (The Return of Gorgo #3)
  • Howard Morgan's Monster (Konga #7)
  • Dreamland Dragon (Konga #10)
  • Sam Marshal (Konga #10)
  • The Kaalaa (Konga #10)
  • The Talking Dog (Konga #11)
  • Denizens of the Land of the Odd (Konga #13)
  • Averill (Konga #13)
  • The Himalayan Alien (Konga #15)
  • Leosians (Konga #17)
  • Flying Fish People (Konga #20)
  • Giant Bug (Konga #22)
  • Polyhydra (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Space-Worm (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Giant Spiders of Galaxy 40 (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Lizard people (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Space Rats of Mars (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Giant Space-Faring Manta Rays (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)
  • Ant aliens (Reptisaurus the Terrible #5)

Nemesis Saga[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

  • Cokra
  • Dogzilla
  • Kat Kong
  • Great Old Ones (Daimajin Adventure by Hirofumi Tanaka)[20]
  • Yagosu (from Daikaiju Yagosu, 1960s)
  • Zagoran (from Sekai No Kaiju, 1967)[21]
  • Dagigon (from Sekai No Kaiju, 1967)[22]
  • Bagun (from Shin Sekai No Kaiju, 1967)
  • Dorugo (from Shin Sekai No Kaiju, 1967)[23]
  • Gyo (Kaiju Gyo by Kazou Umezz, from Weekly Shonen Sunday 1971)
  • Garla (Garla by Go Nagai, 1976)
  • Gojiro (Gojiro by Mark Jacobson, 1991)
  • Glowbat (MM9: Monster Magnitude 9 by Hiroshi Yamamoto)
  • Princess (MM9: Monster Magnitude 9 by Hiroshi Yamamoto)

Unmade and abandoned characters[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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