King Ghidorah Enemies

King Ghidorah is a anime/manga character in the Godzilla franchise
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Angurius First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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.

Baragon First confrontation: Episode Unknown
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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.

Godzilla First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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 First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

Gorosaurus First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga 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.

Mothra First confrontation: Episode Unknown
Manga Unknown

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

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.

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