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I can't believe that Godzilla was the only surviving member of its species. If we continue nuclear testing, very soon, another Godzilla might appear, somewhere else in the world, again... „ 

Kyohei Yamane

The menace was gone. So was a great man. But the whole world could wake up and live again. „ 

Steve Martin


This story begins in the faraway Pacific, on a tiny island atoll miles away from inhabited land and used for testing the atomic and hydrogen bomb. Inside an unimposing-looking shelter, such as this, is housed the mightiest weapon of destruction known to man. Strategy teams, composed of the finest military and scientific minds, are finalizing their plans for Mission: Gigantic, the explosion of this new 20th century weapon. The most complicated and sensitive instruments yet devised are brought into play for this all-important mission.
And now on a battleship in the remote Pacific, from which all shipping has been banned, the moment of command approaches. The seconds are running out.

— Post-opening credits narration

And there you see it, the explosion of the mighty hydrogen bomb. Buildings disintegrate. Concrete is reduced to powder. Steel vaporizes. Solids turn liquid and liquids change into gas. Destruction is total and complete.
And then, the downward shockwave, like some gigantic and murderous hammer, pulverizing all that remains. The shock is recorded ten thousand miles away, as the angry mushroom cloud advances toward the stratosphere.
On a another portion of the globe, the Air Force is engaged in the testing of a second bomb, even mightier than the Navy testing bomb. The bomb bay doors are open. The bomb is in position. Target: a clustered semicircle of modern battleships. If all calculations are correct, in less than two minutes, there will be no ships at all below. Nothing but boiling sea and the sullen, fire filled sky.

— Post-opening credits narration

On target! The kill is complete. But what have these tests done to Mother Earth? Can the human race continue to deliver these staggering blows without arousing somewhere in the depths of Earth a reaction, a counter attack, a horror still undreamed of? There are persons in the Japanese islands who believe that the horror has already been seen.
What is the aftermath? This is the story of such an aftermath.

— Post-opening credits narration

After studying all of the relevant data, I can now state that the unidentified flying object is a giant flying reptile, closely related to the extinct Pteranodon. So far, here are the data we have gathered for you:
Its weight is over 100 tons and it has a wingspread of perhaps 500 feet. Because of its size and supersonic flight, it generates a shockwave with all the destructive force of a typhoon. Just one thing more: Although related to the Pteranodon, the creature is a carnivorous reptile and belongs to a species called Rodan.

— Kyuichiro Kashiwagi

And when, still calling to each other, one of them fell at last into the molten lava stream, the other still refused to save itself. Last of its kind, blasters of the air and Earth, strongest, swiftest creatures that ever breathed, now they sank against the Earth like weary children. Each had refused to live without the other, and so they were dying together. I wondered whether I, a twentieth-century man, could ever hope to die as well. „ 

Shigeru Kawamura

King Kong vs. Godzilla

I said I would attempt to explain. After examining photographs of Godzilla taken by the I.C.S., I tend to classify him as a prehistoric species of dinosaur, possibly a cross between the gigantic Tyrannosaurus rex and the Stegosaurus, which is sometimes known as the "plated dinosaur". Roughly, this, uh, particular form of reptile existed somewhere between 97 and 125 million years ago. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

Well, in Mexico, they found a frog which they think laid dormant for two million years. In Japan, the flowers bloomed recently from lotus seeds 3,000 years old. The fact that Godzilla is here, and alive, forces us to reconsider many theories on suspended animation. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

Fossils found in Japan resemble Godzilla. Also, he headed instinctively for Japan, like a salmon returning to the waters in which he was born. It's my opinion Godzilla thinks he's heading home. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

Well, I know the atom bomb is being considered, but that would be more destructive than the creature itself. As a reptile, Godzilla might shy away from electricity. But, at this time, I wouldn't care to hazard a guess. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

Legends of giant gorillas have persisted for some time. Now, the fact that Kong and Godzilla have appeared at the same time is interesting, scientifically.
Godzilla has a brain about this size. He is sheer brute force, while Kong is a thinking animal. His brain is considerably larger, about ten times the size of this gorilla skull.
Being instinctive rivals, there is no doubt that they will attempt to destroy one another.

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

I do. Being amphibious, Godzilla is probably lurking in the ocean depths off Japan, where the depths go to about 20,000 fathoms. He could be puzzled at the changes taken place during his long sleep. But I have no doubt that when he decides to return to land, he'll select Japan. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

It appears that King Kong, scenting the presence of a hated enemy, is determined to destroy Godzilla. Thus, a battle of the giants, which may or may not have taken place millions of years ago, may be recreated soon on the Nasu plain. „ 

— Dr. Arnold Johnson

Mothra vs. Godzilla

Just as you distrust us, so we distrust others as well. It's wrong. We're all human. As humans we are responsible for each other. We are related. Refuse us and you abandon your brothers. We must learn to help each other. „ 

Ichiro Sakai

Are you saying you have power of attorney from Mothra? „ 

Jiro Torahata

I undersand you mistrust us... but even as we speak, many people are losing their lives to Godzilla. There are many good people among them, but even bad ones have the right to live. You may call it God's punishment, but all people are equal before God. God plays no favorites. „ 

Junko Nakanishi

Invasion of Astro-Monster

We need an exterminator „ 

Controller of Planet X

Son of Godzilla

Godzilla, his son, the Kamacuras and now Kumonga... this is a Monster Island! „ 

Goro Maki

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla

When a black mountain appears above the clouds, a monster will arive and try to destroy the world. But when the red moon sets and the sun rises in the west, two monsters will appear to save the people. „ 

— Azumi Prophecy

The Return of Godzilla

When mankind falls into conflict with nature, monsters are born. „ 

Makoto Hayashida

Nature has a way sometimes of reminding man of just how small he is. She occasionally throws up the terrible offsprings of our pride and carelessness, to remind us of how puny we really are in the face of a tornado, an earthquake, or a Godzilla. The reckless ambitions of man are often dwarfed by their dangerous consequences. For now, Godzilla, that strangely innocent and tragic monster, has gone to Earth. Whether he returns or not, or is never again seen by human eyes, the things he has taught us remain. „ 

Steve Martin

Godzilla vs. Biollante

Godzilla and Biollante aren't monsters. It's the unscrupulous scientists who create them who are monsters. „ 

Genshiro Shiragami

Biollante. A spirit of the plant in Norse mythology. Only this plant has a human spirit. „ 

Genshiro Shiragami

Godzilla vs. Mothra

Over 12,000 years ago, there was a guardian of the Earth named Mothra. At that time, there was an advanced civilization on Earth and the Cosmos were in perfect order. But then something terrible happened. Some scientists created a device to control Earth's climate. This device greatly offended the Earth... So it created the black Mothra... Battra was its name, and it was a very fierce beast. It destroyed everything and anything that was endangering the life of the Earth. „ 

Cosmos explaining the origins of Mothra and Battra

If the world lives to see another century, please remember what Mothra did for you and the planet you live on. „ 


Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

If [the Oxygen Destroyer] had have been used on the ground, it is quite obvious that Tokyo would have become a cemetery. „ 

Kensaku Ijuin

He's not a baby anymore. He is a Godzilla. More like Godzilla Junior. „ 

Takaki Aso


He's not some monster trying to evade you. He's just an animal. If you find what he wants, then he'll come to you „ 

Niko Tatopoulos

This thing is much too big to be some sort of lost dinosaur „ 

Niko Tatopoulos

The radiation isn't the anomaly, it's the clue „ 

Niko Tatopoulos

Colonel Hicks: "We didn't accomplish anything"
Niko Tatopoulos: "No, that's not true. We fed him."
―Nick Tatopoulos and Colonel Hicks talking after Godzilla fed

Colonel Hicks: "Don't tell me what this isn't; start telling me what it is."
Niko Tatopoulos: "Well, it was first sighted off the Polynesian Pacific. That area has been subject to dozens of nuclear tests."
―Nick Tatopoulos and Colonel Hicks discussing what Godzilla could be

Godzilla: The Series

I've got a hundred bucks on the walking crab cake. „ 

— Victor "Animal" Palotti on Crustaceous Rex's fight with Godzilla in New Family: Part 2

Niko Tatopoulos: "At least they could've hired a real actor. This guy is embarrassing!"
Elsie Chapman: "What do you mean?
Niko Tatopoulos: "And is that thing made of rubber?"
Elsie Chapman: "I don't know, it's too blurry to tell. Maybe the creature-"
Niko Tatopoulos: "Elsie, please. This is a publicity stunt. Tourism must be down in Scotland, so the locals faked an attack.
Niko Tatopoulos and Elsie Chapman discussing the validity of some footage of Nessie in DeadLoch

Godzilla 2000: Millennium

Yeah, like Godzilla's normal „ 

Shiro Miyasaka

We scientists produced this monster, Godzilla. And ever since, we've tried to destroy him. „ 

Shiro Miyasaka

I've never been this close to Godzilla before „ 

Mitsuo Katagiri

Maybe it's because... Godzilla is inside each one of us! „ 

Yuji Shinoda

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

The sky was blood red and filled with smoke. And through it a devil appeared, its face was twisted with rage and hatred. When it was over my parents were gone. I will never forget the wretched cries of the dead... „ 

— Admiral Taizo Tachibana

The 1000 Year Dragon... King Ghidorah. „ 

Yuri Tachibana

Godzilla: Final Wars

Female Xilien Guard: "You gonna hit a lady?"
Captain Douglas Gordon: "Yes"
―The Female Xilien Guard trying to talk Captain Douglass Gordon out of killing her

Listen kid, there's two things you don't know about the Earth: one is me, and the other is... GODZILLA! „ 

— Captain Douglas Gordon

This final mission will decide the fate of the human race. This is Operation....... Final War. „ 

— Captain Douglas Gordon

The world is ruined, and the war is already lost. Now it's a matter of pride. We either die hiding... or die fighting. „ 

— Captain Douglas Gordon

I knew that tuna-eating monster was useless! „ 

Controller of Planet X on Zilla's defeat by Godzilla

Well, I kind of like this face. It's handsome... for cattle. „ 

Controller of Planet X

Resistance is futile. „ 

Controller of Planet X

Well now, let's enjoy the main event: the last chapter in the Godzilla saga! „ 

Controller of Planet X, before unleashing Monster X

Godzilla: Legends

Samantha Tagger: "Your Device Works! and this Anguirus, he can fight that thing, right?"
Brian Anders: "Fight, yes. But not win."
―Anders dismaying about Anguirus' record of losing each of his fights in Godzilla: Legends Issue 1.

Godzilla: Cataclysm

They were gone. The Monsters. Gone at last. And we prayed. Even those who were too young to remember the era of the kaiju offered their prayers... As if paying homage to ancient gods. Some prayed to Mothra for good fortune. Others called on Ghidorah to bring the rain. Still others believed Ebirah would bring plentiful fishing trips. Even I prayed. I did not believe the monsters to be gods. I knew better. But I prayed just the same. I prayed to Godzilla. I prayed... Begging Godzilla to never return. But... in my experience... prayers are seldom answered. „ 

Hiroshi on the kaiju in Godzilla: Cataclysm #1.



Make light of him if you dare! Destroy the spirit who protects us and the Daimajin Arakatsuma will come forth! „ 

Priestess Shinobu

Gamera: Guardian of the Universe

We commit to the cradle of time the Last Hope, Gamera. May he awaken with the Shadow of Evil, Gyaos. „ 

— Inscription from the obelisk found on Gamera's atoll

King Kong

King Kong (1933)

And now, ladies and gentlemen, before I tell you any more, I'm going to show you the greatest thing your eyes have ever beheld. He was a king and a god in the world he knew, but now he comes to civilization merely a captive, a show to gratify your curiosity. Ladies and gentlemen, look at Kong, the Eighth Wonder of the World! „ 

Carl Denham

Kong: The Animated Series

Delvin Mackey: "I saw what you did, professor. What kind of devil are you, sir?"
Ramone De La Porta: "The kind that can reward a clever man, or make a stupid one disappear. Which are you, professor Mackey?"
―De La Porta threatening Mackey in The Infinity Stone

He's real, I tell 'ya! Kong lives! He was here, and I fought him, and a couple of giant dinosaur men too! And then space monkeys were coming at me all over the place! „ 

Jack Crockett's press statement devolving into mad ravings as he was arrested in Howling Jack

King Kong: The Island of the Skull

Where human and animal met, there could always be a story „ 

Carl Denham

A gorilla like this was the last thing she needed in her life „ 

Ann Darrow in reference to attempted acts of romantic persuasion

King Kong (2005)

It wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast „ 

Carl Denham

Kong: King of the Apes

You're jealous of a feeble-minded primate? „ 

Botila mocking Richard Remy in Poacher's Prize

Kong of Skull Island

If there are gods above us, they carved that skull into that mountain as a mercy. A warning.-- Behold. The place where death lives. „ 

Sani quoting a first hand account of the Taguatu's first encounter with Skull Island in Issue 1

Kong: Skull Island

William Randa: "Monsters exist."
Preston Packard: "No shit."
―An exchange between Preston Packard and William Randa after their expedition is attacked by King Kong

Real Life

Tomoyuki Tanaka

The thesis was very simple. What if a dinosaur sleeping in the Southern Hemisphere had been awakened and transformed by the bomb? What if it attacked Tokyo? „ 

Tomoyuki Tanaka

As long as the arrogance of mankind exists, Godzilla will survive. „ 

Tomoyuki Tanaka

Godzilla is the son of the atomic bomb. He is a nightmare created out of the darkness of the human soul. He is the sacred beast of the apocalypse. „ 

Tomoyuki Tanaka

Jun Fukuda

I don't think any sequels to the first Godzilla movie should have been made. „ 

Jun Fukuda

You don't have to mention that show! „ 

Jun Fukuda when asked for his memories of directing the television series Zone Fighter in 1973

Kenpachiro Satsuma

What I am trying to express... is a warning against nuclear destruction. „ 

— Kenpachiro Sastuma

I can hardly call it acting, but I talk big about it now! „ 

Kenpachiro Satsuma on his role as Hedorah[1]

Ishiro Honda

Monsters are tragic beings; they are born too tall, too strong, too heavy, they are not evil by choice. That is their tragedy. „ 

Ishiro Honda

They do not attack people because they want to, but because of their size and strength, mankind has no other choice but to defend himself. After several stories such as this, people end up having a kind of affection for the monsters. They end up caring about them. „ 

— Ishiro Honda

Haruo Nakajima

I already knew I could hardly become a star like Akira Takarada. I didn't have the face for it. At first, I could only become a bit player; and then, I was offered this. For the first time in Japanese film history. And once I was inside Godzilla, I became irreplaceable; it would be possible to replace all of the other actors, but not me. If I didn't get to work because I was sick, none of the staff would be able to do their work. All of this gave me a tremendous sense of pride. „ 

— Haruo Nakajima


Godzilla, a chemical weapon, a great battle of wonder and terror! The rampage of the giant monster exhaling radioactivity plunges Japan into fear! (ゴジラか、科学兵器か、驚異と戦慄の一大攻防戦!放射能を吐く大怪獣の暴威は日本全土を恐怖のドン底に叩き込んだ!) „ 

Godzilla (1954) Tagline

Massive Mach 3 moth! Missile heavy tank Godzilla! The sky, the sea, shaking the land, the fierce struggle of the century (マッハ3の巨蛾か!ミサイル重戦車のゴジラか!空・海・陸を揺がす世紀の激斗) „ 

Mothra vs. Godzilla Tagline

It looks innocent as a gigantic egg, but its unseen powers are so great, that its worshipers beg the Thing's indulgence in self-abasing ceremonies! „ 

— Trailer for Godzilla vs. The Thing

Ruler of the universe Planet X, Godzilla, Rodan, King Ghidorah's great fierce fight! (宇宙の帝王X星をゆるがすゴジラ・ラドン・キングギドラの大激闘!) „ 

Invasion of Astro-Monster Tagline

Atrocious new monster Ebirah! Three giant monsters of the land, the sea, and the sky take part in the confrontation of the century! (凶悪新怪獣エビラ!陸・海・空に展開する三大怪獣世紀の対決!) „ 

Ebirah, Horror of the Deep Tagline

Godzilla's baby desperate battle! A great duel against a new monster by a parent-child combination! (ゴジラの赤ちゃん大奮戦!親子コンビで新怪獣と大決闘!) „ 

Son of Godzilla Tagline

The great monster battle of the century! Godzilla father and son's great crisis. The furious new monster Gabara aims for the throne of Monster Island! (ずらりならんだ九大怪獣世紀の決戦!ゴジラ親子の大ピンチ 怪獣島の王座を狙う猛烈新怪獣ガバラ登場!) „ 

All Monsters Attack Tagline

The Smog Monster Hedorah comes to Earth in a shooting star! A great giant monster battle takes place in the forest! (流れ星でやって来た公害怪獣ヘドラ! 街を森をふみつぶし二大怪獣が大決戦!) „ 

Godzilla vs. Hedorah Tagline

Pollution's hideous spawn dooms the Earth to choking horror and pits... Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster. With deadly breath and venomous blood it slithers across the land. A poisoned slime in its wake... a trembling world in its path! „ 

— American Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster poster

Defeat the vicious space monsters! Godzilla defends the Earth! (宇宙のわるもの怪獣をやっつけろ!ゴジラがんばれ地球をまもれ!) „ 

Godzilla vs. Gigan Tagline

It has become even more enraged! It has even more powerful weapons! Mechagodzilla has been resurrected! Take the Earth! - Under the aliens' command, the new monster Titanosaurus causes great destruction throughout Japan! (さらに狂暴となって!さらに強力な武器を持って!メカゴジラがよみがえった!地球を奪え!―宇宙人の命令に新怪獣・チタノザウルスと日本中を大破壊!) „ 

Terror of Mechagodzilla Tagline

Breaking 30 years of silence comes the anticipated-worldwide latest "Godzilla" work! (30年間の沈黙を破って全世界待望の「ゴジラ」最新作!) „ 

The Return of Godzilla Tagline

In 1956... he first appeared on motion picture screens across the country. His impact on audiences was instantaneous and unprecedented. His acting technique was revolutionary. His presence... overwhelming. He possessed more raw talent than any performer of his generation. He soon became an international legend, a giant who took the world by storm. Then, suddenly, at the height of his fame, he retired from motion pictures. Now he is back. And he's more magnificent, more glamorous, more devastating than ever. Prepare yourself: the greatest star of all has returned. „ 

— Trailer for Godzilla 1985

Great battle of brilliant colors
Earth S.O.S.! The battle over the future of the human race begins. (極彩色の大決戦

Godzilla vs. Mothra Tagline

Destruction Deity Descent (破壊神降臨) „ 

Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla Tagline

Witness! A new era of Godzilla (目撃せよ!ゴジラ新世紀) „ 

— Japanese Godzilla 2000: Millennium Tagline

Get ready to crumble. „ 

— American Godzilla 2000 Tagline

Farewell, Godzilla. (さらば、ゴジラ。) „ 

Godzilla: Final Wars Tagline

A god incarnate. A city doomed. „ 

Shin Godzilla English Tagline

Despair Evolves (絶望は進化する) „ 

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters tagline


This is a list of references for Featured Quote. 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. Guy Mariner Tucker. Age of the Gods: A History of the Japanese Fantasy Film. Daikaiju Publishing. p. 212. 1996.