Mutant Jellyfish

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Mutant Jellyfish
The Mutant Jellyfish in Godzilla: The Series
Species Irradiated jellyfish
Enemies Godzilla
Designed by Fil Barlow
First appearance Godzilla: The Series
episode 22, "Future Shock"
Do not confuse with the Giant Jellyfish from Hanna-Barbera's Godzilla.

The Mutant Jellyfish is a jellyfish[1] monster who appears in episode 1 of the second season of Godzilla: The Series, "Future Shock."


Despite its name, the Mutant Jellyfish has an orange, grub-like body with a bluish underside and spikes running down its back, and four larger spikes at the end of its body. Its head has a large horn on its forehead and greyish spots on the sides of its head, near its yellow-fleshed mouthcontaining four small teeth and a large tooth inside the mouth, two teeth outside the mouth, a tongue, and two fangs. Its thorax has a pair of yellow wings and four arms with pincer claws on each arm with spikes on the elbows. Its abdomen has four legs with two claws on each leg.


Godzilla: The Series

"Future Shock"

The Mutant Jellyfish fought with Godzilla shortly before he and H.E.A.T. disappeared into the future. The Mutant Jellyfish awaited their return, and was quickly defeated when they arrived back in the present.


Jelly globs

The Mutant Jellyfish is able to spew globs of jelly from its mouth that are as toxic as nuclear waste.


The Mutant Jellyfish is an adept swimmer.


Due to its mutation, the Mutant Jellyfish can fly.


Due to not having many abilities and being much smaller than Godzilla, once Godzilla got the creature in his mouth, he was able to throw it around and kill it.


Main article: Mutant Jellyfish/Gallery.



  • Despite its name, the Mutant Jellyfish bears no resemblance to a jellyfish.


This is a list of references for Mutant Jellyfish. 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. Johnson, Bob. "The Ultimate Guide to GODZILLA: THE SERIES". SciFi Japan. Retrieved 18 October 2021.


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