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This page is a list of all Titans, Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms (MUTOs), superspecies, and other monsters and fictional creatures featured in Monsterverse-related media. Entries are divided by their in-universe category (or lack thereof) and organized in chronological order.

List

Titans

Name(s) Image First appearance Description

Godzilla
(Titanus Gojira)

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Main article: Godzilla (Monsterverse).

MUTO
(Titanus MUTO)

(Male)
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(Female)
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Godzilla (2014)
Main article: MUTO.

King Kong
(Titanus Kong)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: King Kong (Monsterverse).

Skull Devil
(Titanus Cranium Reptant)


Alpha Skullcrawler

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Skullcrawler.
Dagon

Raijin

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Main article: Dagon.

MUTO Prime
(Titanus Jinshin-Mushi)

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Godzilla: Aftershock
Main article: MUTO Prime.

Mothra
(Titanus Mosura)

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Main article: Mothra (Monsterverse).

King Ghidorah
(Titanus Ghidorah)


Monster Zero

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Main article: King Ghidorah (Monsterverse).

Rodan
(Titanus Rodan)

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Main article: Rodan (Monsterverse).

Methuselah
(Titanus Methuselah)

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Main article: Methuselah.

Scylla
(Titanus Scylla)

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Main article: Scylla.

Behemoth
(Titanus Behemoth)


Mapinguary

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Main article: Behemoth.
Queen MUTO

Barb

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Main article: MUTO.

Leviathan
(Titanus Leviathan)

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Leviathan is named after a sea monster from the Hebrew Bible.
History

Residing at Outpost 49 in Loch Ness, Scotland, Leviathan was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the Orca at Fenway Park.

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Trivia
  • Footage from the Castle Bravo set shows that Leviathan was originally located in the Indian Ocean. While this screen appears in the finished film, the Titan's name is impossible to read.

Mokele-Mbembe
(Titanus Mokele-Mbembe)

Main article: Mokele-Mbembe.

Na Kika
(Titanus Na Kika)


Kraken

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters - The Official Movie Novelization
Main article: Na Kika.

Typhon
(Titanus Typhon)

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Typhon is named after the "Father of Monsters" from Greek mythology. The mythical Typhon's children include Scylla, also the namesake of a Titan.
History

Residing at Outpost 92 in Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Typhon was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the ORCA at Fenway Park.

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Margygr
(Titanus Margygr)

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters - The Official Movie Novelization (carcass) Margygr is named after a type of mermaid described in the Norwegian educational text The King's Mirror, written around 1250.
History

Monarch discovered Margygr dead in the Arctic, killed by another Titan. They transported her corpse to their underwater base, Castle Bravo, for further study.

Trivia
  • Unused concept art matching Margygr's description in the novelization is included in The Art of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, indicating that she was cut from the film. She thus joins Megalon and Bagan as one of the only monsters to be rejected for a Godzilla film, then turn up in other official media.

Baphomet
(Titanus Baphomet)

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Baphomet is named after a demon that King Philip IV of France accused the Knights Templar of worshiping in 1307.
History

Residing at Outpost 68 in Volubilis, Morocco, Baphomet was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the Orca at Fenway Park.

Gallery
Trivia
  • During production of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Baphomet was located in Arizona, only moving to Morocco in post-production. However, a monitor in the scene where Monarch discusses Alan Jonah's plans for Mothra still shows its original location.

Sekhmet
(Titanus Sekhmet)

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Sekhmet is named after the goddess of war and healing from Egyptian mythology. Director Michael Dougherty described her as resembling "a sphinx or lioness."[1]
History

Residing at Outpost 65 in Cairo, Egypt, Sekhmet was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. She was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the Orca at Fenway Park.

Gallery
Trivia
  • A shot on a monitor of a trampled train with many bodies strewn about, attributed to Sekhmet, was repurposed from the 2012 Comic-Con teaser trailer and the official teaser trailer for Legendary Pictures' Godzilla.

Yamata no Orochi
(Titanus Yamata no Orochi)

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Yamata no Orochi is named after the eight-headed dragon of Japanese mythology.
History

Residing at Outpost 91 at Mount Fuji in Japan, Yamata no Orochi was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the ORCA at Fenway Park.

Bunyip
(Titanus Bunyip)

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Bunyip is named after a swamp monster from Australian Aboriginal mythology.
History

Residing at Outpost 99, beneath Ayers Rock in Australia, Bunyip was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the ORCA at Fenway Park.

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Abaddon
(Titanus Abaddon)

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Abaddon is named after the "angel of the bottomless pit" who leads an army of demonic locusts in the Christian Bible's Book of Revelation.
History

Residing at Outpost 77, beneath Devils Tower in the U.S. state of Wyoming, Abaddon was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the ORCA at Fenway Park.

Gallery

Quetzalcoatl
(Titanus Quetzalcoatl)

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (name) Quetzalcoatl is named after the Mesoamerican feathered serpent god.
History

Residing at Outpost 57 in Machu Picchu, Peru, Quetzalcoatl was one of the many Titans who began to attack humanity under the direction of King Ghidorah. It was later pacified when Madison Russell activated the ORCA at Fenway Park.

Amhuluk
(Titanus Amhuluk)

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Main article: Amhuluk.

Tiamat
(Titanus Tiamat)

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Main article: Tiamat.
Mechagodzilla
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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Mechagodzilla (Monsterverse).

Doug
(Titanus Doug)

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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Doug.

Camazotz
(Titanus Camazotz)

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Kingdom Kong
Main article: Camazotz.

Snarehunter Queen
(Cantus Silva Ant)

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Kong: Skull Island Cinematic Adventure
Main article: Snarehunter.
Kraken
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Skull Island episode 1
Main article: Kraken (Monsterverse).
Mantleclaw
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Main article: Mantleclaw.
Endoswarmer
Endoswarmer.jpg Monarch: Legacy of Monsters episode 1
Main article: Endoswarmer.
Ion Dragon
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Main article: Ion Dragon.
Frost Vark
Frost Vark infobox.jpg Monarch: Legacy of Monsters episode 3
Main article: Frost Vark.
Endopede
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Main article: Endoswarmer.
Brambleboar
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Main article: Brambleboar.

Spineprowler
(Ossis Praedator)

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Godzilla x Kong: The Hunted
Main article: Spineprowler.
Skar King
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Skar King.
Suko
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Suko.
Shimo
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Shimo.

Superspecies

Name(s) Image First appearance Description

Kong's species
(Apus Giganticus)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main articles: Kong's species, Kong's father, Kong's mother.

Skullcrawler
(Cranium Reptant)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Skullcrawler.

Skullcrawlers are enormous amphibians that lived in subterranean hollows beneath Skull Island, and drove their rival species of giant apes to near-extinction.

Mother Longlegs
(Arachnida Malum)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Mother Longlegs.

Mother Longlegs is a species of gargantuan spider with legs resembling bamboo shoots that lived and hunted in the bamboo forests of Skull Island.

Leafwing
(Icarus Folium)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Leafwing.

The Leafwing is a subspecies of the Psychovulture evolved to have plant-like wing membranes. They traveled in flocks.

Sker Buffalo
(Skerry Bubalis)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Sker Buffalo.

A species of giant bovines known as Sker Buffaloes call Skull Island home. They are one of the few Skull Island creatures that are not inherently hostile to humans.

Mire Squid
(Gigantus Leviapus)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Mire Squid.

A species of cephalopod that inhabited waterways of Skull Island, the Mire Squid was big enough to challenge even Kong himself.

Spore Mantis
(Phasmid Sylas)

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Kong: Skull Island
Main article: Spore Mantis.

The Spore Mantis is a species of giant insect that evolved to resemble logs on the forest floor.

Psychovulture
(Vultura Insanus)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Psychovulture.

Psychovultures are psychopathic flying reptiles with the uncanny ability to shoot lightning from their mouths.

Sirenjaw
(Gigantus Crocodiliad)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Sirenjaw.

Sirenjaws are large reptilian monsters somewhat resembling a crocodile. They camouflage themselves to look like an island in order to ambush and catch prey.

Magma Turtle
(Tortoisa Vulkana)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Magma Turtle.

The Magma Turtle is a species of gargantuan turtle that lays its eggs in volcanoes. When the eggs hatch, the magma hardens into the baby turtles' shells.

Death Jackal
(Spinae Mortem)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Death Jackal.

Death Jackals are large and vicious carnivorous canines that hunt in packs on Skull Island and are known to prey upon their own kind.

Swamp Locust
(Stagnum Acrididae)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Swamp Locust.

The Swamp Locust is a species of enormous aquatic insect that hunts by submerging its body before entrapping its prey with its long legs.

Queen Mother Longlegs
(Arachnida Malum)

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Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
Main article: Mother Longlegs.

Vinestrangler
(Vitis Strangulari)

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"Monarch Files 2.0 (Companion Archive)"
Main article: Vinestrangler.

The Vinestrangler is a slender insect that uses dozens of tentacles to drag prey into its massive maw. A profile on it can be found in the Kong: Skull Island bonus feature Skull Island: Archives.

Spirit Tiger
(Tigris Spiritus)

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Kingdom Kong
Main article: Spirit Tiger.

Snarehunter
(Cantus formica)

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Main article: Snarehunter.

Hank Marlow pointed out to Houston Brooks and Lin San that the bird-like calls coming from the jungle were actually produced by gigantic ants that lived in the trees, though the insects were not seen. These ants would later appear in the Kong: Skull Island Cinematic Adventure and be identified as Snarehunters.

Butterfly Bush
(Tinea mortis)

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Kong: Skull Island Cinematic Adventure
Main article: Butterfly Bush.
Butterfly Flower

Dream Slime
(Somnium mucosae)

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Kong: Skull Island Cinematic Adventure
Main article: Dream Slime.

Sporefly
(Protolampris Sporis)

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Godzilla x Kong: Titan Chasers
Main article: Sporefly.

Skull Ant
(Cranium Oecophylla)

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Godzilla x Kong: Titan Chasers
Main article: Skull Ant.

Magma Jackal
(Canis Vulcan)

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Godzilla x Kong: Titan Chasers
Main article: Magma Jackal.

Other creatures

Name(s) Image First appearance Description
Shinomura
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Godzilla: Awakening
Main article: Shinomura.
Monarch museum creatures
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Godzilla: Awakening Many creatures or their remains were on display in the museum inside Monarch Unit's headquarters in the 1940s:
  • A gigantic black ape resembling a gorilla.
  • A giant carnivorous plant.
  • A giant shrimp (in a flashback to the Permian Period, Shinomura was seen feeding from what looked like the shell of the same kind of giant shrimp before being attacked by Godzilla).
  • A gigantic creature with red eyes and an elephant-like trunk.
  • The skeleton of a giant flying reptile.
  • An enormous creature with multiple legs or tentacles and a brain-like body.
Skull Island deer
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Kong: Skull Island As Sky Devils helicopters flew over Skull Island, they disturbed a group of native deer. The dropping of a seismic charge caused another group to flee.

Later, as Preston Packard and his men were moving through a clearing on foot, two more deer could be seen drinking from a river.

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Skull Island cattle
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Kong: Skull Island The Sky Devils' helicopters also disturbed a herd of cattle living on Skull Island, which began to stampede.
Skull Island dragonfly
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Kong: Skull Island While Packard and his men were moving through the clearing, green dragonflies hovered over the nearby river.
Triceratops
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Kong: Skull Island (skull)
Main article: Triceratops.

A Triceratops skull rested in the Valley of the Fallen Gods on Skull Island. It is unknown if living Triceratops dwell elsewhere on the island.

Giant snake
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Kong: Skull Island - The Official Movie Novelization After Kong attacked the helicopters escorting the 1973 Landsat expedition to Skull Island and downed the entire group, ex-Special Air Service tracker James Conrad attempted to get to high ground in order to get a better look at the surrounding topography. While climbing, he touched what looked like a vine, but turned out to be a 60-foot-long snake which tried to eat him. The giant serpent possessed a head as large as that of a full-grown human's, and fangs the length of a man's finger. Though it nearly constricted him to death, Conrad was able to kill it by stabbing it in the head with a knife.
Giant wasp
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Kong: Skull Island - The Official Movie Novelization During their expedition through the island, Conrad's party encountered a carnivorous plant with several dead animals inside its maw, including a wasp the size of Weaver's hand.
Carnivorous plant
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Kong: Skull Island - The Official Movie Novelization After Kong downed all of the choppers carrying the members of the Landsat and Monarch expedition to Skull Island, James Conrad's party encountered a carnivorous plant with several dead animals inside, including "a wasp the size of Weaver’s hand." The carnivorous plant's digestive juices were said to be extremely acidic.
Iwi painting creatures
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Kong: Skull Island - The Official Movie Novelization The creatures Kong defends Skull Island from are more diverse than just the Skullcrawlers. The Iwi paintings also depict "giant reptilian beasts, one with three heads. A crocodile fifty feet long. Snake-like monsters, slinking from holes in the ground and snapping towards the sun. Web-footed creatures, spikes along their backs spearing bloodied human shapes, diving into the ocean surrounding the island."
Squid-like creature
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Kong: Skull Island - The Official Movie Novelization A squid-like creature attacked the Grey Fox, trying to drag Warrant Officer Reg Slivko into the water. Hank Marlow threw the boat into reverse and injured it with the propeller, but it soon returned, attacking Slivko again. Lin San freed him with Marlow's katana. Once the creature had enough purchase on the boat, it raised itself out of the water, only for James Conrad to shoot out one of its eyes. After San cut off another tentacle, it retreated.

The creature's tentacles are described as "a dozen feet long with fine webbed fins and elongated heads ending with small, suckered mouths." They lack suckers, and are instead "heavily ridged with muscle."

Trivia
Giant spider
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters
History

While fending off attacking Monarch soldiers in the Temple of the Moth in China, an enraged Mothra picked one of the men up with her mandibles and tossed him into a huge spider web. There, a giant spider could be glimpsed awaiting its next meal.

Unidentified creature
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters
History

While Sam Coleman is speaking to the United States Senate on behalf of Monarch, an unidentified creature is glimpsed in news footage fighting Godzilla. The creature is much larger than either of the MUTOs, and does not match any of the stock footage used from Godzilla or Kong: Skull Island.

Creature that might or might not be Anguirus
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters (skeleton)
History

Just outside of Godzilla's underwater lair laid the skeletal remains of a giant spiked quadrupedal monster. It was destroyed, along with the rest of the submerged temple, following the detonation of the nuclear device which revived Godzilla.

Gallery
Trivia

Mike Dougherty tweeted about this Easter egg a little over a week after the film came out in theaters, saying: "The skeleton of a creature that might or might not be Anguirus is briefly visible in one shot, just outside Godzilla’s underwater lair."[2]

Piles of unidentified creature bones
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters - The Official Movie Novelization
History

While receiving a tour of Monarch's Castle Bravo facility, Mark Russell came across the carcasses of the male and female MUTOs, Jinshin-Mushi, and a large pile of unidentified creature bones. He appeared disturbed at the idea of Monarch dissecting the remains.

Fern bird
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Kong and Me A green bird with a tail like a fern blends in with the folliage as Jia and Kong replant a tree. It was originally designed by Stephanie Levallois for Kong: Skull Island.
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Warbat
(Vellum Vespertilio)

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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Warbat.

Hellhawk
(Accipiter Infernum)

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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Hellhawk.

Rockclaw
(Saxum Brachyura)

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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Rockclaw.
Skeleton of a dead creature
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Godzilla vs. Kong Shortly after entering the ancient stone temple of his ancestors in the Hollow Earth, Kong found a gigantic axe embedded in the skull of an unknown monster. He pulled out the axe from the skeleton and wielded it, beating his chest and roaring triumphantly.
Trivia
Giant lemur
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Godzilla Dominion Godzilla recalled encountering two giant lemurs in Earth's distant past. The giant lemurs are large Lemuridae-like monsters that resemble ring-tailed lemurs with large spikes running down their backs. They also have scorpion-like stingers at the end of their tails.
Trivia
Murderfish
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Godzilla Dominion
Main article: Murderfish.
Murderfish genitor
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Various dead monsters
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Godzilla Dominion Before his battle with Tiamat, Godzilla swims past the remains of several dead monsters.
Trivia
  • Godzilla Dominion illustrator Drew Edward Johnson included the head of MUTO Prime's original design in the lower left-hand corner of this panel,[5] while the multi-headed monster below Godzilla was his first concept for Amhuluk.[6]
  • Godzilla Dominion writer Greg Keyes has stated that the idea behind the beetle-like creature, seen as Godzilla swims past the dead monsters, was to "suggest that it might be one of the classic [kaiju] without committing to it."[7]
The rival
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Godzilla Dominion
Main article: Rival.
Hell swarm
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Kingdom Kong The Hell swarm are large bat-like monsters with rough brown skin, fur on the back of their necks, small heads with sharp teeth, spikes running down their backs, large, somewhat shredded wings that possess orange membranes, small eyes that appear to be the same color as their bodies, and long spiky tails.
Shocker Squid
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Kong: Skull Island Cinematic Adventure
Main article: Shocker Squid.
Skull Island birds
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Skull Island episode 2 In "The Last Blank Space on the Map", two brightly-colored birds flew over the beach. They resemble seabirds such as gulls, but have bright, vibrant colorations.
Dog
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Skull Island episode 2
Main article: Dog.
Trapdoor Crab
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Skull Island episode 2
Main article: Trapdoor Crab.
Rock Bug
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Skull Island episode 2
Main article: Rock Bug.
Aloe turtle
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Skull Island episode 2
Main article: Aloe turtle.
Hawk Monster
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Skull Island episode 3
Main article: Hawk Monster.
Croc Monster
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Skull Island episode 3
Main article: Croc Monster.
Grass Hedgehog
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Skull Island episode 3
Main article: Grass Hedgehog.
Dodo Bird
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", Charlie and Mike were stared down by a large Dodo Bird after Annie and Dog abruptly left them to find breakfast. After Mike tried to intimidate it, the creature charged at full speed. They prepared to fight it hand-to-hand, with Mike significantly more enthusiastic than Charlie, only for Dog to crash down on top of it. Taking its neck in his mouth, he slammed it into the ground, quickly killing it. As Annie declared the bird breakfast, Charlie realized she had used them as bait. The group roasted the Dodo Bird over a fire.
Roar

Vine snake
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", a vine snake watched Charlie, Annie, Mike, and Dog travel through the forest. Later, eight of them ambushed a group of Irene's mercenaries who were trying to lure Annie and Dog into the open.
Giant Ant
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", Charlie fell down a long tunnel, finally coming to a stop in a chamber occupied by a long-dead Giant Ant, which partially crumbled at his touch. Mike and Annie eventually made contact with Charlie, but Dog was uninterested in rescuing him. Mike climbed down to retrieve Charlie first, followed by a bloodthirsty Annie after a living Giant Ant dragged its deceased counterpart into the shadows. An argument between her and Mike was cut short by the giant ant's approach. Charlie rushed in with an ancient sword he found in the chamber, but it shattered against the insect's exoskeleton. Annie then lied on the ground next to the confused ant and feigned helplessness, causing Dog to descend into the chamber and chase off the ant.
Trivia
  • Series creator Brian Duffield declined to say whether the Giant Ant was a Snarehunter, though he commented that "those were the vibes we were playing with."[8]
Unseen glowing sea monster
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", Cap flashed back to the glowing underwater creature he witnessed one night beneath his ship, which sparked his interest in searching for cryptids. He described it as "playful, like a dragon or an eel."
Trivia
  • Show creator Brian Duffield has denied that the glowing sea monster is Godzilla.[9] He also stated that it may appear in the second season of Skull Island, should it be made.[10]
Venus Fly Trap Creature
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", Cap, Irene, and Sam came upon a field of massive yellow flowers, one of which revealed itself to be a Venus Fly Trap Creature and snatched Irene up with its enormous jaws when her back was turned to it. Sam cut through the flower's stem with a machete, and he and Cap pulled Irene out of its mouth with great effort, breaking several tendrils holding her in place in the process. She and Sam laughed at the irony of a botanist almost being eaten by a flower, then were surprised to see Cap soothing the dying creature.
Trivia
  • It is ambiguous whether all of the yellow flowers are carnivorous or the Venus Fly Trap Creature mimics the appearance of a harmless species.[11]
Dog's father
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Skull Island episode 4 In "Breakfast Fit for a Kong", Annie nonchalantly told Mike and Charlie that she and Dog met after their fathers killed each other. Dog's father appeared in two flashbacks in "Terms of Endearment". In the first, he used a claw to make and expand a hole in the hull of the beached ship that brought Annie and her father to her self-named island. In the second, Annie found his body on the beach after burying her father. Having heard sounds, she approached him warily with a plastic shovel, and discovered Dog, also in mourning. Frightened, she ran back to the ship.
Nightboy
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Skull Island episode 6
Main article: Nightboy.
Giant scorpion
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Skull Island episode 6 (carving) In "Terms of Endearment", Irene and her mercenaries discovered the art Annie had carved on the hull of the beached ship that stranded her on Annie's Island. One scene showed her and Dog fighting a giant scorpion.
Trivia
Killer Chameleon
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Skull Island episode 7
Main article: Killer Chameleon.
Skull Island fish
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Skull Island episode 7 In "You're Not a King, You're Just a Stupid Animal", the Spanish-speaking Skull Islanders caught several unusual species of fish.
Giant centipede
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Skull Island episode 8 In "You'll Never Catch a Monkey That Way", Cap was ambushed by a giant centipede while searching for Charlie. Drawing a pocket knife, Cap prepared to defend himself, but before it could strike, a flare gun round suddenly lodged itself in its head. As it fled, he turned to find a still-sickly Mike, who blew smoke from the barrel before collapsing.
Bigfoot
Bigfoot.png Monarch: Legacy of Monsters episode 1 In "Aftermath", May Olowe-Hewitt's decryption of Bill Randa's files revealed several photos of monsters. Cate Randa was surprised to see Bigfoot among them.

In Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Bernie Hayes wears a Bigfoot pin on his jacket, among many others.

Axis Mundi butterfly
Hollow Earth insect.png Monarch: Legacy of Monsters episode 9 A strange-looking butterfly nearly the size of May Olowe-Hewitt's hand crawled out of her way after she and Lee Shaw evaded a series of lightning bolts that shot from the ground following their fall into Axis Mundi. As they began their search for Cate Randa, more butterflies flew above them.

The creatures were designed by Karl Lindberg, who identified them as "butterfly creature[s]" on his ArtStation.[13]

Gallery
Skull Island rhinoceros
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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #3 Two rhinoceros with multiple horns and spikes on their backs fled from the battle between Kong and a Warbat after the Toyman transported Skull Island and several Titans to the DC Universe. The hero Green Arrow was nearly trampled by them, but he grappled safely to a tree.
Wart Dog
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Wart Dog.
Parrot Frog
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Parrot Frog.
Great Ape
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Great Ape.
Vertacine
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Vertacine.
Hollow Earth mosquito
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire As Ilene and her crew trekked through a forest in the Hollow Earth, they attracted large female mosquitoes. One landed on Trapper's arm and began drinking his blood; though Mikael urged him to kill it, he allowed it to finish drinking and fly away, explaining that "she needs it more than me" to grow eggs.
Tree mimic
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire A tree mimic devoured Mikael after he ignored Trapper's gut instinct that something was off.
Hollow Earth grub
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire As Kong and Suko wandered through the Hollow Earth, they disturbed a flock of Hellhawks that were eating subterranean grubs.
Drownviper
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Drownviper.
Hollow Earth dragonfly
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire A bioluminescent dragonfly landed next to a button within some ruins in the Hollow Earth. Jia pressed the button, disturbing the dragonfly.
Trivia
Various monster skeletons
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire The skeletal remains of various unidentified monsters were seen as Kong and Suko traversed the Hollow Earth. The pair walked across one such skeleton, which utterly dwarfed them.
Gallery
Phosphera
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Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Main article: Phosphera.

Coralmouth
(Thanocephala Coralliumos)

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Godzilla x Kong: Titan Chasers
Main article: Coralmouth.
Volt Panther
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Godzilla x Kong: Titan Chasers
Main article: Volt Panther.

Unused

Name(s) Image Planned for Description
Rokmutul
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Godzilla (2014)
Main article: Rokmutul.

Rokmutul is an armored six-legged kaiju with a streamlined crocodilian body, and spikes on its tail most closely resembling those of a Stegosaurus. Based on this concept art found in Godzilla: The Art of Destruction, the beast would have fought Godzilla in San Francisco, with one encounter showing them fighting in the heart of the city and the other atop Alcatraz. Its relation to the other unused monster designed by Josh Nizzi, Pterodactyl, is unknown. Rokmutul would end up being replaced with the female MUTO as one of Godzilla's opponents in the finished film.

Pterodactyl
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Godzilla (2014)
Main article: Pterodactyl.

Pterodactyl is a four-winged pterosaur-like kaiju featured in only one piece of concept art found in Godzilla: The Art of Destruction. While it is known that it would have also fought Godzilla alongside Rokmutul in early development, its relation with the other monster was not explained. In the finished film, the male MUTO would replace the monster, who has wings as well.

Strange, dead monster
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Godzilla (2014)
Main article: Strange, dead monster.

A strange, dead monster[15] appears in the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con teaser trailer for the film. The creature possesses six visible legs, with a long, apparently segmented body with ridges on its back, somewhat resembling a tardigrade; its feet have four long fingers each. Its identity is unknown, but it was shown solely to confirm that Godzilla would be fighting another kaiju.

Big fish
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Kong: Skull Island Concept art by Stephanie Levallois features the shadow of a gigantic fish with six pectoral fins passing beneath Marlow's boat.
Heap of roots
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Kong: Skull Island Concept art by Stephanie Levallois features "huge heaps of roots" moving past some soldiers in low water.
Giant amphibious sea serpent
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Kong: Skull Island Concept art by Zachary Berger features a giant dragon-like serpent with leafy appendages along its back.
Cave Fisher
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Kong: Skull Island
Giant river cobra
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Kong: Skull Island
Stag beetle
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Kong: Skull Island
Moon Moth
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Kong: Skull Island
Leaf-like bat
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Kong: Skull Island
Flying fox/spider monkey-type creature
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Kong: Skull Island
Bottom dweller
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Kong: Skull Island
Giant elephant
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Kong: Skull Island
Cat-like creature with multiple tails
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Kong: Skull Island
Giant Venus flytrap
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Kong: Skull Island
Giant monkey
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Kong: Skull Island
Bird with razor-like feathers
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Kong: Skull Island
Big insect with leaf wings
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Kong: Skull Island
Mix between a python and a manta ray
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Kong: Skull Island
Shimidah
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Godzilla vs. Kong
Main article: Shimidah.

Designed by Ken Barthelmey, Shimidah was intended to be a resident of the Hollow Earth. Its planned role in the film beyond that, if any, is unknown.

Winged Godzilla-like monster
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Godzilla vs. Kong Concept art shows a painting in Kong's temple of a winged Godzilla-like monster opposed by Godzillas and Kongs. The chamber the painting was in became a set, but it was cut from the film.
Swamp Kitty
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Godzilla vs. Kong Mentioned by Adam Wingard during a Reddit AMA.[16]

Crossovers

These creatures did not originate in the Monsterverse and do not belong to it, but have featured in crossovers.

Name(s) Image First appearance Description
Titano the Super-Ape
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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #1 Titano attacked the city of Metropolis and was swiftly defeated by Superman, who restrained the massive ape and transported him to Stryker's Island.
Bat-Mech
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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #1 (Variant Cover) The Bat-Mech was first featured on a Variant Cover of issue #1 of the seven-issue miniseries, and was shown locked in battle with Godzilla. It later appeared piloted by Batman and Cyborg to combat Lex Luthor's Mechagodzilla-led Titan army.
Kraken
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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #4 As Atlantis was threatened by the presence of Godzilla and Tiamat, Aquaman released the Kraken from a deep sea trench to save his kingdom.
Green Lantern Robo
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Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #6 With Lex Luthor in control of Mechagodzilla and an army of Titans, the Green Lanterns of Earth created the Green Lantern Robo to fight alongside Batman's Bat-Mech.

Videos

Wikizilla: YouTube Kaiju Profile: The Other Titans
of Godzilla: King of the Monsters

References

This is a list of references for List of Monsterverse 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. Dougherty, Michael (24 April 2020). "@titanus_nozuki She's more of a sphinx or lioness". Instagram (comment).
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  2. Dougherty, Mike (8 June 2019). "The skeleton of a creature that might or might not be Anguirus is briefly visible in one shot, just outside Godzilla's underwater lair". X.
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  4. Keyes, Greg (5 April 2022). "So. In my script, I said something about giant lemurs. But I meant the actual giant lemurs that existed fairly recently". Instagram.
  5. Johnson, Drew Edward (10 April 2021). ":) That's just the head of one of my early designs for Gin-shin Mushi. I thought it'd be a fun Easter egg". Instagram (comment).
  6. Johnson, Drew Edward (27 April 2021). "The eels are just a part of my first, very weird design idea for Amhuluk. The head was the same as the final version, but the rest was...odd. I was having trouble figuring out something cool..." Instagram (comment).[dead link]
  7. whittymarin (12 June 2021). "He finally tell me about this Titan". Instagram.
  8. Duffield, Brian (23 June 2023). "I don't know if they're officially the same but those are the vibes we were playing with". X.
  9. Duffield, Brian (22 June 2023). "Nope". X.
  10. "It's not zero percent". X. 23 June 2023.
  11. Duffield, Brian (25 June 2023). "Would be interesting if we returned there in season 2 and found out". X.
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  13. Lindberg, Karl (8 January 2024). "Monarch - Legacy of Monsters 2023 (Apple +)". ArtStation.
  14. Krichevsky, Jared (2 April 2024). "The parrot frog and the little glow bug at the entrance to the temple, which was my original design for Fosphora". X.[dead link]
  15. Vaz, Mark Cotta (13 May 2014). Godzilla: The Art of Destruction. Insight Editions. p. 29. ISBN 1608873447.
  16. Adam Wingard (April 2021). "Adam Wingard AMA". Reddit.

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