|Home world:||Planet Earth|
|First appearance:||Godzilla (1954)|
|Latest appearance:||Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (2017)|
Godzilla (ゴジラ Gojira?) is a kaiju that did not appear in any Ultra series. However, one of his suits, the MosuGoji suit has made cameo appearances throughout some of the original series, such as the part one of the last episode of Ultraseven. Also, the monster Jirass is famous for having the same design as Godzilla, (but with a crest) due to the fact it was created from Godzilla suits borrowed from Toho Productions. Godzilla's suit was also used to create Gomess and his design was used for other monsters such as Earthron. Godzilla's roar has also been altered for many Ultra Kaiju, such as Red King or Bemular. Along with Gamera, and of course, Ultraman himself, Godzilla is considered to be an icon of Japanese cinema.
- Height: Varies with incarnations (50-317.7 m)
- Weight: Varies with incarnations (10,000-100,000 t)
Powers and Weapons
- Atomic Breath: Godzilla's signature move is the ability to exhale a concentrated discharge of radiation from the mouth.
- Spiral Heat Ray: Some incarnations of Godzilla are able to fire an even more powerful ray.
- Durability: Every Godzilla was able to withstand most military weapons; from tank fire and missiles to even atomic bombs.
- Underwater Adaptation: Godzilla can swim well and survive underwater, even in the deep ocean where water pressure is high.
- Regeneration: Along with his durability, Godzilla also has incredible regeneration. This ability varies between the different incarnations.
In the Ultra series
Kanegon's tail was compared to Godzilla's in Episode 15, "Kanegon's Cocoon".
Godzilla's iconic roar can be heard in Dan's flashback montage to Seven's fights when his superior tells how the monsters he has fought have worn him down to nothing.
Godzilla's name along with Mothra's is mentioned in episode 49 of Ultraman Tiga.
Both Gamera and Godzilla figures are seen fighting in children's hands on Ultraman Max, "The Prophesy of Baraji". Before the epic vinyl battle could be continued though, the two children are interrupted by an attack on the city by the monster Antlar.
- Godzilla has indeed faced Ultraman in officially licensed media, although this happened in a fantasy soccer video game (Banpresto's Battle Soccer).
- The Mosugoji suit is used to portray the monster Gomess in Ultra Q.
- Bemular and Red King have edited Godzilla roars. Several other Ultra monsters used edited monster roars from Toho monsters, even into the Heisei era, such as Gatanothor.
- Since toys of Godzilla and Gamera appeared in Ultraman Max it is possible that they both existed in the Max Universe in the form of fictional characters in their respective franchises.
- Near the end of Ultraseven, when Dan is remembering his past battles, Godzilla's roar can be heard. In some versions an image of Godzilla can be seen implying Seven fought with the famous monster, or as a cameo since Ultraseven's creator was an offscreen collaborator on the first Godzilla movie.
- Both Godzilla and Ultraman are the creations of Eji Tsuburaya, who served as the head of Toho's special effects. He also helped create several other famous Toho monsters like Mothra, Rodan, Baragon, and many more in Ishiro Honda's franchise.
- Haruo Nakajima, who has played as plenty of the Ultra Kaiju from Neronga, Gabora, and Jirass, is very famous for playing Godzilla since the original 1954 film all the way into Godzilla vs Gigan in 1972. He has also played as other Toho monsters such Rodan, Varan, Baragon and Gaira (The Green Gargantua).
- In the 1971 film "Godzilla vs. Hedorah", Godzilla at one point uses the Specium Ray pose.
- A fan made Ultraseven manga features a form of Godzilla known as God Godzilla. The image of Ultra kaiju bowing before God Godzilla is (in)famous enough to be commonly mistaken for an official Godzilla/Ultraman crossover.
- With the confirmation that City Shrouded in Shadows for the Playstation is coming out, Godzilla once again, crosses over with Ultraman for a second time, the first being Battle Soccer: Champion of the Field.
- Godzilla’s appearance in Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters is his first feature-length animated film. He is also at his biggest out of any Godzilla incarnation, at over 300 meters tall and weighing in at 100,000 tons.
- More info about Godzilla at Wikizilla.