Anguirus 1998 Picture

Anguirus as a mutated Red Eyed Crocodile Skink, mutated by atomic testing in French Polynesia, ala Zilla and Baragon 1998. I’ll leave it up to you to figure why so many exotic lizard species were affected by it.

In 1998 American Godzilla movie, Godzilla’s name is depicted as a mispronunciation of the original name Gojira, which in the film’s world is derived from a Japanese “mythological sea dragon that filled their hearts with fear”. This certainly was meant to be some filler text to justify the movie’s title name, and, but what if there was more to it? What if in the movie’s setting it’s part of an international disinformation campaign to cover-up an occurrence in 1954 Japan, the events of the original Godzilla movie? Or what if in this world Godzilla and all associated monsters are actually elements of east Asian mythology, with Gojira literally being a dragon/lóng? What if they weren’t just myths?

Anyways, the idea is that this Anguirus got his name because he’s buddies with Zilla Junior, and in the myth, Gojira’s ally had the same name.

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