|Because this Kaiju / Seijin is a character in the show instead of the monster of the week, it has been given its own page. If you're looking for the original page, see Anosillus.|
|Anosillus the 2nd|
|First appearance:||SSSS.GRIDMAN episode 6 "Contact" (Proper debut)|
episode 1 "Awakening" (Cameo)
|Number of appearances:||TBA|
|Portrayed by:||Karin Takahashi (Japanese)|
Monica Rial (English)
Anosillus the 2nd (アノシラス（２代目） Anoshirasu (2-daime)) is a character in SSSS.GRIDMAN. She is a mysterious girl who somehow knows of the secrets of the world. Similar to Anti, she is really a kaiju in human form though unlike the other kaiju, she was not created by Akane Shinjo.
Subtitle: Kaiju Girl (怪獣少女 Kaijū Shōjo)
Not much is known of her origins, but she states that she has been watching events unfold for a long time, even before Tsutsujidai was made. She also met Yuta Hibiki at some point prior to his amnesia.
Prior to her on-screen introduction in episode 6, she made several cameos as a background character throughout previous episodes.
Anosillus was looking for Yuta and found him in an alley, where she reintroduced herself to the boy and took him out on a "date". She got him to follow her onto the train, where she explained to him Akane Shinjo's true nature, the state of the world, and the appearances of the Illusion Monsters that Yuta and friends had been seeing. When Yuta got off, she said that her predecessor owes Yuta a lot.
Powers and Abilities
- Growth: Anosillus can somehow enlarge herself.
- Designer: Masaru Sakamoto
- The music she used to awaken Yuta is the piano version of "Yume no Hero" from Denkou Choujin Gridman. This was once played by Yuka Inoue to purify Anosillus from Takeshi Todo's control.
- She is based on Mayoi Hachikuji from Monogatari novel series; both are non-human beings disguised as little girls, are shown to be older than the main characters, are represented as Moe personifications (Mayoi is based on a snail and Anosillus reflects her kaiju namesake), carry backpacks and have twin-tails, with the latter two traits helping to solidify their motifs.