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Differentiating itself from previous Mechagodzilla interpretations, this robot duplicate of Godzilla is called Robogodzilla.
Robogodzilla's design clearly echoes that of the Showa Mechagodzilla, but with cannons above the fingers instead of in them, and what appear to be cannons on the knees. There appears to be some kind of weapon in its mouth, possibly a laser breath weapon like Godzilla's own Atom Breath. The teeth of the original Godzilla skeleton are visible in the robots maw.
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The SHIVA consortium was secretly constructing a robot around the Godzilla skeleton it had discovered.
The mech is equipped with an electronic brain, though the identity of its creators remains classified.
- Robogodzilla being built around another Godzilla's skeleton echoes that of Kiryu.
- The computer screens accompanying Robogodzilla state that parts of it were produced by "Black Hole, Inc." and "Third Planet, Inc." in both 1975 and 2002. This is a reference to both the Black Hole Planet 3 Aliens, who built the Showa Mechagodzilla, and the Japanese years of release of the films Terror of Mechagodzilla and Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla.
- Mechagodzilla has been previously called "Robo-Godzilla" in Godzilla vs. Kong by Bernie Hayes, after the first glance that he, Josh and Madison take of the mecha.
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