Megavolt Monsters

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Megavolt Monsters
The Megavolt Monsters
Subtitle(s) High Voltage Electricity Monster
(高圧電気怪獣,   Kōatsu Denki Kaijū)[1]
Species Electric Aquatic Reptiles
Forms Normal Size, Giant Size
Allies Each other
Enemies Godzilla
First appearance Godzilla episode 4,
"The Megavolt Monster"

The Megavolt Monsters (メガボルト・モンスター,   Megaboruto Monsutā) are aquatic reptile kaiju that appeared in the 1978 Godzilla episode, "The Megavolt Monster."


The Megavolt Monsters are blue, quadrupedal, reptilian kaiju with a pair of white horns atop their heads; curved, beak-like snouts with a pair of lime green tusks and long, forked tongues; lime green lower jaws and undersides; four toes on each of their feet; and tails with blue flukes at their tips.



"The Megavolt Monster"

One evening, a large ship crossing the ocean was attacked by one of the Megavolt Monsters, resulting in an oil tanker being ignited and forcing the crew to abandon ship. The Calico and its crew entered the area to investigate the cause of the attack. Quinn and Brock went into the depths inside a bathysphere, but were soon attacked by one of the undersea menaces. Their bathysphere swiftly sank while the monster then turned its attention to the Calico and attacked it by coiling its body and tail around the ship, draining it of energy. Luckily, Godzilla managed to force the beast to retreat.

Unknown to everyone, a bubble of air existed at the bottom of the sea, maintained by the strange power source, which was a rock. Godzooky dove into the sea to rescue his friends, but ended up only worsening the problem by throwing himself in danger when he, Quinn, and Brock were cornered by two more Megavolt Monsters. Knowing that their friends were in trouble, Majors and Pete rode inside of Godzilla's air-tight claw to the bottom of the sea, allowing the three of them to rescue their friends. Once there, Godzilla confronted the two horned fiends. Using his flames against them, Godzilla managed to distract the creatures while the others carried out a plot to destroy their power source, breaking the air bubble in the process.

Once the source was gone and Godzilla drained his foes of energy, they managed to escape, but the larger individual from before attacked them above the trench. The still-massive Megavolt Monster charged full speed and forced Godzilla to release the bathysphere. Godzooky tried to carry it up himself as Godzilla fought the beast. Soon, like its brothers, this monster also ran out of its energy for good and was forced to retreat.


Under the sea, a Megavolt Monster, a blue, reptilian, fish-like kaiju fires a beam of yellow electricity from its horns as it swims.
The Megavolt Monsters' electric bolt attack

Electric bolts

The Megavolt Monsters can fire bolts of electricity from their horns, tusks, and tails. These bolts are capable of destroying rock and cancelling out Godzilla's fire breath.

Below the sea and with rocks in the background, Godzilla, a giant, green, saurian monster with a row of dark green spikes running down his back, wrestles one of the Megavolt Monsters, blue aquatic reptilian monsters with a pair of horns on their head. The Megavolt Monster unleashes an aura of yellow electricity around itself, causing Godzilla to let go of it and stumble back.
The Megavolt Monsters' electromagnetic pulse attack

Electromagnetic pulse

The Megavolt Monsters can release an electromagnetic pulse from their bodies to repel enemies. One individual uses this ability against Godzilla to force him to let go of it.

Electricity absorption

The Megavolt Monsters can absorb any form of electricity, which enables them to grow in size and power.

Physical capabilities

The Megavolt Monsters are able to constrict objects and foes using their bodies and tails.


The electricity of the Megavolt Monsters is finite and, once depleted, the monsters must return to the rock that acts as their power source to recharge. When this rock was destroyed, they eventually ran out of their electricity for good and shrunk, forcing them to retreat.


Main article: Megavolt Monsters/Gallery.


This is a list of references for Megavolt Monsters. 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]

  1. Godzilla 1954-1999 Super Complete Works. Shogakukan. 1 January 2000. p. 205. ISBN 978-4091014702.


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