Godzilla Enemies

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Angurius First confrontation: Episode Unknown
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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.

Biollante First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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.

Destroyah First confrontation: Episode Unknown
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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.

Ebirah First confrontation: Episode Unknown
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One of Godzilla's Many opponents first featured in Godzilla vs. the sea Monster.

Fire Bird First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

A giant monster that came from a volcano.

Gigan First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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.

Hedorah First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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.

King Ghidorah First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

King Kong First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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.

Mecha King Ghidorah First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

Mechagodzilla First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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Monster X First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

Orga First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

Rodan First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

Rodan (ラドン Radon?) is a fictional Japanese mutated pterosaur introduced in Rodan, a 1956 release from Toho Studios, the company responsible for the Godzilla series. Like Godzilla and Anguirus, he is designed after a type of prehistoric reptile.

Spacegodzilla First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

SpaceGodzilla is a modified clone of Godzilla featured in the Heisei Godzilla film Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla (1994). SpaceGodzilla is the main antagonist of the film. It was originally planned for use in the Showa era of films but dropped, and its physical appearance is nearly identical to Super Godzilla.

Zilla First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

Zilla also known as the American Godzilla, is a movie monster that first appeared as the title character in the 1998 Roland Emmerich film Godzilla. The design by Patrick Tatopoulos is that of a hunched bent-over marine iguana.

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