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  1. MonsterVerse - Wikipedia

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    The MonsterVerse is an American multimedia franchise and shared fictional universe that is centered on a series of monster films featuring Godzilla and King Kong, produced by Legendary Entertainment and co-produced and distributed by Warner Bros.

  2. Monster Verse Wiki | Fandom

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    Welcome to the MonsterVerse Wiki, a Wiki based upon the film and comic series. Below is information and links regarding the franchise. (May 16, 2014) (March 10, 2017) (May 31, 2019) (November 20, 2020) COMIC, FILMS AND BOOKS CHARACTERS AND MONSTERS Mëcronesia POLLS

  3. Kerry Gammill - Wikipedia

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    Kerry Gammill (born April 26, 1954) is an American artist who has worked in the fields of comic books, special effects, storyboards, and character designs.As a comic book artist, he is best known for his work on Power Man and Iron Fist for Marvel Comics and Superman for DC Comics

    • April 26, 1954 (age 66)
    • Penciller
  4. MonsterVerse | Gojipedia, the Godzilla Resource and Wiki

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    According to in-universe backstory supplied in comic book tie-ins, Monarch was first founded in 1946 to investigate the appearance of MUTOs (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism). In 1954, Monarch, in cooperation with the US military, lured Godzilla to Bikini Atoll, where they attempt to kill him using the Castle Bravo device. The attempt fails, and Godzilla goes dormant.In 1973, just after the Vietnam War, Monarch heads an expedition to the mysterious Skull Island, an uncharted landmass...

    1. Godzilla 2. MUTO 1. Winged Male 2. Eight-Legged Females 3. Mothra 4. Rodan 5. Ghidorah 6. Anguirus 7. Behemoth 8. Scylla 9. Methuselah 10. Leviathan 11. Mokele-Mbembe 12. Giant Spider 13. Baphomet 14. Typhon 15. Abaddon 16. Sargon 17. Bunyip 18. Tiamat 19. Sekhmet 20. Yamata no Orochi 21. Quetzalcoatl 22. Amhuluk

    1. The MonsterVerse is the first series of live-action Godzilla films since the Heisei era in which all of the films take place in a single related continuity. 2. All of the films in the MonsterVerse are set to be distributed by Warner Bros. (except in Japan), despite Legendary's current distribution partner being Universal Pictures. This is because Toho's deal with Legendary to grant them the Godzilla license was made exclusively with it and Warner Bros. 3. This is the first American-produc...

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  6. List of MonsterVerse monsters | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    Aug 14, 2020 · This page is a list of all monsters (), Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms (MUTOs), and other fictional creatures featured in MonsterVerse-related media.Each character is placed under the section of the media where it has been most prominently featured.

  7. MonsterVerse | Wikizilla, the kaiju encyclopedia

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    Godzilla series

    Legendary Pictures acquired the rights to produce an American Godzilla film after being approached by producer Brian Rogers, who was attempting to secure funding for Yoshimitsu Banno's new Godzilla project Godzilla 3-D during the current hiatus in Toho's Godzilla series. Legendary opted to produce its own feature-length American Godzilla film rather than Banno's short IMAX film, and negotiated with Toho to acquire the rights. Legendary released Godzilla in 2014, and the film's success led to...

    King Kong series

    After ending its partnership with Warner Bros., Legendary entered a distribution deal with Universal Pictures and began production on a new King Kong film titled Kong: Skull Island. However, Legendary was interested in the possibility of a remake of King Kong vs. Godzilla pitting their version of Godzilla against Kong. Legendary moved the project away from Universal and back to Warner Bros., who would continue to collaborate with them on the Godzilla series, and set it in the same universe as...

    Potential future

    On March 25, 2019, producers Alex Garcia and Zach Shields discussed the potential plans for the MonsterVerse beyond 2020, and suggested the possibility that Legendary could continue the series beyond 2020 if Godzilla: King of the Monsters and Godzilla vs. Kong performed well. On May 7, Michael Dougherty expressed interest in directing a prequel set in prehistoric times exploring how primitive humans survived against the Titans, humanity's first encounter with Godzilla, and how its relationshi...

    In addition to the films, Legendary and Warner Bros. have licensed additional MonsterVerse-related media, including books and video games.

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    All of the films in Legendary's MonsterVerse are set to be distributed by Warner Bros. (except in Japan, where Toho will distribute the Godzilla films), despite Legendary's current distribution par...
    The MonsterVerse is the first series in which Godzilla does not deliberately cause destruction in the first film. While Godzilla was portrayed as the more heroic/anti-heroic monster in the first fi...
    The MonsterVerse will feature the first meeting between Godzilla and King Kong since the Showa series.
    Nine actors in the principal casts of the MonsterVerse films have appeared in films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Cor...

    This is a list of references for MonsterVerse. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this:

  8. Timeline | Monster Verse Wiki | Fandom

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    • Event Chronology
    • Media Chronology
    • References

    August 6, 1945 1. Godzilla: Awakening 1954 1. Godzilla 1973 1. Kong: Skull Island 1980 1. Godzilla: Awakening 1995 1. Skull Island: The Birth of Kong 1999 1. Godzilla June 24, 2012 1. Skull Island: The Birth of Kong July 9, 2012 1. Skull Island: The Birth of Kong 2014 1. Godzilla 2019 1. 40px Godzilla: King of the Monsters 2020 1. Template:Godzilla vs. Kong Godzilla vs. Kong

    ↑ 1.0 1.1 Kong: Skull Island
    ↑ Skull Island: The Birth of Kong
    ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Godzilla
  9. MonsterVerse - Kaiju - Gojipedia, the Godzilla Resource and Wiki

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  10. Godzilla (MonsterVerse) | Gojipedia, the Godzilla Resource ...

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    In Godzilla: Awakening, Godzilla is referred to as a \\"MUTO\\" due to him not having a name at the time.Godzilla originally gained his true name from the Pacific islanders, who refer to him as \\"Gojira\\". Ishiro Serizawa also refers to him as \\"Gojira\\", prior to \\"Godzilla\\" being formally used. With that said, most of the English-speaking characters eventually start to call him \\"Godzilla\\" over the course of the film's events.Michael Dougherty later revealed that the name \\"Godzilla\\" is not the primar...

    For Godzilla's return, it was decided to give the King of the Monsters a newly revamped look. Thus, he was given a new design that didn't look radically different from the established Godzilla designs like the TriStar Godzilla design from the 1998 film did, but like the TriStar design, it was intended to have a more realistic approach. Just like the 2007 Godzilla design, this design is completely computer generated. Lead creature and concept designer Matt Allsopp, and WETA Workshop creature d...

    In Godzilla, Godzilla's behavior is that of a territorial animal, Ishiro Serizawa theorized that Godzilla is the driving force to restore balance to nature whenever that balance is disrupted, suggesting that he essentially considers the entire Earth to be his territory.However, unlike previous incarnations, Godzilla doesn't blatantly attack or plow through ships at sea simply because they're there, in fact, with larger ships like aircraft carriers, he simply dives down under them, even when t...

    For Godzilla's return, the King of the Monsters was given a radically new origin story that deviates from the previously established origin of him being mutated by the Hydrogen bomb: In Godzilla: Awakening, the prequel to Godzilla, Godzilla is explained to be an ancient lifeform from the Permian period. As the planet cooled and its natural atmospheric radiation began to decrease, he adapted to survive various extinction events by diving deep into the ocean and consuming the planet's natural g...

    Following the destruction of San Francisco in 2014, Godzilla was tracked by Monarch. Godzilla swam through the Pacific Ocean, passing Skull Island in the process. He eventually disappeared for some time into the Mariana Trench before resurfacing, and headed down south where he arrived at the Antarctic, near Outpost 32, where Ghidorah was contained in ice, and being monitored by Monarch.

    Godzilla possesses gills and amphibious lungs so he can stay underwater indefinitely, but he closes his gills when he's on land so he can use his lungs. These gills appear to be his weak points, as Godzilla reacts aggressively whenever he is struck in the gills by artillery fire or strikes from the MUTOs' claws.

    1. This Godzilla has possible inspirations from sharks, As he is depicted swimming through the entire world in MonarchSciences site, Similar to sharks, Some tagged sharks are known to swim for days and even swim hundreds of kilometers, This is something essential to their contentment, Godzilla may have some similar aspect. 2. While most TV commercials and promotional material depicted Godzilla as a destructive force, in the film he is actually more of a hero as opposed to an outright antagon...

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