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Anguirus is the second Kaiju to appear in the Toho franchise. Anguirus appeared only a year after Godzilla in the 1955 Toho film Godzilla Raids Again. Though being the first monster Godzilla ever fought, he has allied himself with the King of Monsters on several instances against more dangerous threats.

Audrey Timmonds

A shy and awkward television reporter. She is in a relationship with Nick Tatopoulos.

Baby Quetzalcoatl

The offspring of Quetzalcoatl there are about 3 of them. They behave in a similar fashion to Baby Zilla.

Baby Zilla

A group of new born Zillas they behave a lot like the raptors from "Jurassic Park". Most were killed in "Godzilla(1998)" movie but one survived and is seen in both the movie and series where it because Zilla Jr..


Baragon (バラゴン?) is a fictional Kaiju. that was first featured in the 1965 Toho-produced film, Frankenstein Conquers the World. Baragon is a four-legged dinosaur with a horn on his head and large ears. His main weapon is a heat ray that he can fire from his mouth.


An insect kaiju who appeared in the 1992 film Godzilla and Mothrra: The Battle for Earth, he is a fan favorite.


Biollante (ビオランテ Biorante?) is a daikaiju (giant monster) from the Godzilla film series. She made her first and only film appearance in the 1989 feature Godzilla vs. Biollante.

Cameron Winter

A old rival of Nick Tatopoulos. He is a cold business man who only thinks about making money which often causes to him to try to use mutations.


A monster created when Theta wave therapy was used cure a mans insomnia but sent him into a very deep slumber and, having suppressed for 45 years, his rage became a physical entity.

Crustaceous Rex

A sea dwelling mutation that feed on Mutant Giant Squid and their captured prey until Zilla Jr. killed them all. He/she is probably a mutant cuttlefish.


Breed by the Tachyons. They are stated to be decendents of the dinosaurs or at least creatures from the same time period.

Cyber Flies

Giant robotic flies made by Cameron Winter for the military.


The original Zilla resurrected by alien and human technology. He is completely controlled by the Tachyons, though he does recognise Zilla jr. as his son.


Destroyah is a fictional monster from the Godzilla Franchise appearing only in the 1995 film Godzilla vs. Destoroyah and in some of the Godzilla video games. He originated as a colony of Precambrian crustaceans that had been awakened and mutated when the Oxygen Destroyer was detonated to kill Godzilla.


One of Godzilla's Many opponents first featured in Godzilla vs. the sea Monster.

El Gusano Gigante

A giant mutant worm. Lots of heat can make it shrink.

Fire Bird

A giant monster that came from a volcano.


A kaiju from the Godzilla series who appeared in the film Godzilla's Revenge.

Giant Rats

A group of giant mutant rats. Each one mutated slittly different giving them a different appearence.

Giant Vampire Bat

First appearing in Nigeria it originally attacked farmers for their cattle.


Gigan is a kaiju from the Godzilla series, introduced in the 1972 film Godzilla vs. Gigan. Gigan is an organic/cybernetic monster sporting a buzzsaw weapon in its frontal abdominal region and large metallic hooks for hands. Gigan is considered Godzilla's most brutal and violent opponent, alongside Destroyah.


Gojira better known as Godzilla, is the Monster king. He was accidentally created by Nuclear Radiation and is now protecting Asia from man-made and alien attacks, over the years he's amassed many friends to protect Asia. His title is the King of All Monsters, he truly is unbeatable.

Godzilla Junior

Godzilla's son in the Heisei series, who first appeared in the 1993 film Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla 2.


The dinosaur Godzilla used to be before he was mutated by the atomic bomb.


A very friendly and small kaiju, he very rarely fights do to his small size(for a Kaiju) so he usually summons his uncle Godzilla. How he's related to Godzilla is unknown.


Gorosaurus is a fictional theropod dinosaur created by Toho Studios. He stands 35 meters (105 feet) tall and weighs 8,000 tons in his first appearance. He was an opponent of King Kong in 1967's King Kong Escapes.


Hedorah (ヘドラ Hedora?), also known as the Smog Monster, is a fictional character in the 1971 film Godzilla vs. Hedorah. The monster was named for hedoro (ヘドロ?), the Japanese word for sludge, vomit, slime or chemical ooze. He is the main antagonist of the film.


A Kaiju from the Godzilla Series First appearing in Son of Godzilla.

King Cesar

A lion Kaiju From the Godzilla Series.

King Cobra

A giant mutant King Cobra that spits out venomous globs that double as a type of glue immobilizing both enemies and prey alike.

King Ghidorah

Godzilla's arch rival who appeared in several of the series's films the first being Ghidorah, The three Headed Monster.

King Kong

King Kong is a fictional kaiju, based on the original Hollywood version of King Kong. He first appeared in Toho Studios' 1962 film King Kong vs. Godzilla, and later in the Toho Studios/ Rankin/Bass 1967 co-production King Kong Escapes. This Kong differed from the original in size and abilities.


A friendly mutation and mate of Zilla Jr.. She also has a egg which was protected by her and Zilla Jr. until both herself and her egg fell into a fissure supposedly killing them.


A giant Spider Monster from the Godzilla Series. He has been featured in 4 Godzilla movies and can shoot large Webing.


An anti-Godzilla robot who first appeared in the 1994 film Godzilla vs. Spacegodzilla.


Megaguirus is a kaiju, a type of fictional monster, who first appeared in the 2000 movie Godzilla vs. Megaguirus. A mutated version of the fictional meganulon, Megaguirus is regarded as the queen of the species; according to Toho, she is about 50 meters (164 feet) in length.


Manda (マンダ?) is a fictional Kaiju (Japanese giant monster) created by the Japanese film making company, Toho. Manda is a serpentine creature similar to a Japanese dragon with four small legs and prominent horns. Manda does not have any special weapons, but can wrap her body around an enemy and crush them in the manner of a constrictor snake. Manda can also swim very fast and breathe underwater. Her first appearance is in Atragon (1963)

Mecha King Ghidorah

A cyborg created from King Ghidorah's remains after he was killed by Godzilla.




Godzilla vs. Megalon is a 1973 Japanese science fiction kaiju film produced by Toho. Directed and co-written by Jun Fukuda with special effects by Teruyoshi Nakano, the film starred Katsuhiko Sasaki, Hiroyuki Kawase, Yutaka Hayashi, and American actor Robert Dunham. It was the thirteenth film in the Godzilla franchise.


Minilla (ミニラ Minira?) is a Kaiju (Japanese giant monster) from the Godzilla series of films and is the first of several young Godzillas. He first appeared in the Showa film Son of Godzilla and also appeared in Destroy All Monsters, All Monsters Attack and the Millennium film Godzilla: Final Wars.

Monique Dupre

Originally sent to kill Zilla Jr., she is now a member of H.E.A.T. She is also Philippe's best agent.

Monster X

One of Godzilla's many foes who first appeared in the 2004 film Godzilla Final Wars.


One of the Godzilla Series's most popular monsters first appearing in 1961 film Mothra.

Mutant Giant Squid

A species of mutant squids that traps their prey in tar and slowly digests them alive. They are believed to be extinct thanks to Zilla Jr..


A analysis robot built by Mendel. Though he is usually controlled by remote control though he has a very cheerful personality.


The legendary monster from lake Loch Ness. Unlike most monsters she is not a mutation.

Nessie Jr.

The offspring of Nessie. When Nessie Jr. was captured it caused it's mother to go on rampage until it's release.

Nick Tatopoulos

Having a good reputation from saving New York from the original Zilla, he is now the leader of team H.E.A.T. and adoptive father of Zilla Jr.. He used to study slightly mutated worms.


One of Godzilla's many adversaries who first appeared in the 1999 film Godzilla 2000.

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