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M11 in Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
Species Android
Occupation Futurian bodyguard
Related to Emmy Kano (controller),
Mecha-King Ghidorah (host)
First appearance Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
Played by Robert Scott Field

M11 (M (エム)11,   Emu Jūichi) is an android built by the Futurians in the 23rd century. His only appearance was in the 1991 Godzilla film Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah.


M11 is sometimes fully titled Android M11 (アンドロイドM11,   Andoroido Emu Jūichi) by official sources.[1] The 1991 book Special Graphix Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah writes his name as M11号 (Emu Jūichigō), using the suffix 号 () which is often applied to mechanical objects.[2]


Heisei era

Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

M11 is first seen working for the Futurians, and he is used to spy on the Japanese army in 1944 on Lagos Island, where he witnesses the Godzillasaurus 'defending' the Japanese against a group of American soldiers. After Emmy sides with the humans, M11 is sent to capture her and gets partially damaged in the process, having the artificial skin on the right side of his face burnt off in a car fire, but he keeps going until he corners Emmy and Terasawa. After returning to MOTHER, he is repaired, then Emmy reprograms him so he would listen to her commands, but still keep his fighting capabilities. M11 helps with the takeover of MOTHER and its destruction, and it goes to the future with Emmy. His brain is programmed inside of Mecha-King Ghidorah, and he helps with the battle against Godzilla. When Mecha-King Ghidorah fell into the ocean, M11 was still part of the controls, and thus seemed to have died in the wreck. However, as Emmy prepared to leave and go to the future, M11's primary computer was visible among KIDS's control systems, indicating that he had survived in some capacity.


Physical abilities

M11 is extremely durable and agile, and displays a great degree of strength when he was easily able to lift Terasawa's Jeep and rip off its doors, as well as catch up to it on foot. Humorously, he is also seen clearly being able to maintain control of a car, despite not actually steering it - most likely due to a continuity error. He has extraordinary intelligence, and he can run at an extremely fast speed which makes him able to avoid bullets and keep up with accelerating vehicles. Like Emmy, he is an excellent pilot, and knows how to pilot KIDS.

He is an excellent sharp-shooter, and appears to be far stronger than the other M10 androids aboard MOTHER, easily destroying them with his blaster gun or simply knocking them out with punches and kicks.



  • M11's scanner closely resembles a scouter from the Dragon Ball series.
  • M11's actor, Robert Scott Field, later appears in Ultraman Neos as Sean, one of Ultraseven 21's human disguises.
  • Robert Scott Field reprises his role as M11 in the fan films Godzilla: Battle Royale and Jet Jaguar: Project M11.


This is a list of references for M11. 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]


  • Iwabatake, Toshiaki; Ono, Koichiro (5 December 1991). Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah Monster Complete Works. Kodansha. ISBN 4-06-177720-3.
  • Tono, Masaru; Kayasaki, Kazumi; Ishida, Shinya (15 December 1991). Special Graphix Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah. Kindaieigasha.


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