FANDOM


  • Say SpinoRex, me and Coolot have thought of an episode for the Godzilla: The Series sequel series Godzilla: Rising that features a giant mutant chimpanzee (though he looks like a Bili Ape in his mutant form), originally this chimp was from Cameron Winter's labs where the scientists experimented on it for all it's life (it's origins are inspired by Grodd's origins in the TV series Flash and Fingers the Gorilla's origins from Batman Beyond) but during a lab accident it got exposed to chemicals and nuclear radiation which gave it human-like intelligence, powerful psychic powers, and caused it to mutate it to gigantic size (about 45 meters tall), he would get restrained and sent to Monster Island in the end of the episode, he would walk on two legs (just like Kong in the Toho movies, the 76 remake, and Kong: Skull Island), his movements and fighting style is based on the mechs from Evangelion, he would be portrayed as a sympathetic character, there would be a scene where Godzilla and the giant mutant chimp fights on top of the One World Trade Center (as a reference to the 76 film and the Godzilla vs. Megalon poster), he would talk (you know through his psychic powers just like Grodd and Mewtwo), the giant mutant chimpanzee is inspired by King Kong, Mighty Joe Young, Grodd from Flash TV show, Fingers from Batman Beyond, Monkey Brains from TMNT, Titano from Superman, Koba from Planet of the Apes, and Mewtwo from Pokemon The First Movie, Frank Welker would provide the vocal effects and Sean Schemmel would provide the speaking voice for the giant mutant chimp (I imagine his voice to be like Fingers' voice or Mewtwo's voice), and the episode would feature references to King Kong and is basically the shows answer to King Kong vs. Godzilla

    So what do you think would be the perfect name for this giant mutant chimp (remember it came from a lab and was named by scientists just like Fingers)

      Loading editor
    • Rōdōsaru. The name comes from Japanese for laborotory Ape. 

        Loading editor
    • Um I should let you know the episode takes place in New York City, USA

        Loading editor
    • What about Radoran

        Loading editor
    • Say TSR, there is another episode for Godzilla: Rising me and my friends thought of an episode for Godzilla: Rising where H.E.A.T. has fallen into an underground lost world that it's inhabited by prehistoric creatures that have evolved to kaiju size (it is meant to be a homage to those Lost World stories like The Lost World, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Land That Time Forgot, etc. and is somewhat influenced by the Hollow Earth aspect from Bride of Godzilla and of the MonsterVerse movies). But what creatures do you think should be featured in the underground lost world episode?

      Giant Uintatherium (a reference to the giant Uintatherium from The Last Dinosaur)

      Giant Tusoteuthis

      Giant Titanoboa

      Giant Thylacoleo

      Giant Theropod (a homage to Gorosaurus)

      Giant Spinosaur

      Giant Stegosaur

      Giant Sauropod

      Giant Sabertoothed Cat (a reference to Icarus Tiger from Kong: Skull Island)

      Giant Raptor (a reference to the Deathrunners from Kong of Skull Island)

      Giant Pterosaur (a homage to Rodan)

      Giant Plesiosaur (a reference to the plesiosaur from The Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds)

      Giant Paraceratherium

      Giant Mosasaur

      Giant Megalania

      Giant Mammoth (a reference to the Behemoth from Godzilla: King of the Monsters)

      Giant Liopleurodon (a reference to the unused Liopleurodon from Godzilla: Tokyo SOS)

      Giant Kaprosuchus

      Giant Hadrosaur

      Giant Ground Sloth

      Giant Eurypterid

      Giant Dire Wolf

      Giant Deinosuchus

      Giant Ceratopsian (reference to giant triceratops from The Last Dinosaur)

      Giant Cave Bear

      Giant Arsinotherium (a reference to the Arsinotherium in Creation and King Kong)

      Giant Archaeopteryx (a reference to the giant Archaeopteryx in Bride of Godzilla)

      Giant Ankylosaur (a homage to Anguirus)

        Loading editor
    • Giant Uintatherium (a reference to the giant Uintatherium from The Last Dinosaur), 

      Giant Titanoboa, 

      Giant Theropod (a homage to Gorosaurus),

      Giant Spinosaur,

      Giant Ground Sloth

      Giant Cave Bear

      Giant Ankylosaur (a homage to Anguirus)



      You should give these creatures sunken eyes and skeletal features like the skullcrawlers, to show that they have evolved to life underground.

        Loading editor
    • 1. Maybe

      2. I imagine that their would be this theropod dinosaur who is like the "devil" and terror of the undergound lost world (you know just like how the Skullcrawlers where the "devil" of Skull Island), this giant theropod dinosaur is inspired by GorosaurusGaw from Kong of Skull Island, the T-Rex from The Last DinosaurSauron and Diablo from Primal Rage, the T-Rex and V-Rex from King Kong, Rudy from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the Indominus-Rex from Jurassic World, the T-Rex from Fantasia, Sharptooth from The Land Before Time, and Rexy from Jurassic Park/World

      So what do you think should be the name of this giant theropod (cause I imagine their would prehistoric native people in the underground lost world and they are the ones who give him the name)

        Loading editor
    • 1. Maybe

      2. I imagine that their would be this theropod dinosaur who is like the "devil" and terror of the undergound lost world (you know just like how the Skullcrawlers where the "devil" of Skull Island), this giant theropod dinosaur is inspired by GorosaurusGaw from Kong of Skull Island, the T-Rex from The Last DinosaurSauron and Diablo from Primal Rage, the T-Rex and V-Rex from King Kong, Rudy from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the Indominus-Rex from Jurassic World, the T-Rex from Fantasia, Sharptooth from The Land Before Time, and Rexy from Jurassic Park/World

      So what do you think should be the name of this giant theropod (cause I imagine their would prehistoric native people in the underground lost world and they are the ones who give him the name)

        Loading editor
    • I think the native people should stay above the caverns, as if they fear the underground world. 

        Loading editor
    • Toonking1985
      Toonking1985 removed this reply because:
      ????????????????????????????????
      20:49, June 3, 2019
      This reply has been removed
    • TheSpinoRex wrote:
      I think the native people should stay above the caverns, as if they fear the underground world. 

      I imagine that they would live in the highlands of the underground world where they are safe from the creatures

        Loading editor
    • But what do you think they should name this giant theropod

        Loading editor
    • Maybe Chiknaka

      It comes from "Devil of the underground" in Japanese

        Loading editor
    • I was thinking more like they live in villages suspended from the cave ceiling 

        Loading editor
    • And what theropod dinosaur do you think Chiknaka should be descended from?

      Allosaurus

      Carchardontosaurus

      Giganotosaurus

      or

      Tyrannosaurus Rex

      Remember he is inspired by GorosaurusGaw from Kong of Skull Island, the T-Rex from The Last DinosaurSauron and Diablo from Primal Rage, the T-Rex and V-Rex from King Kong, Rudy from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the Indominus-Rex from Jurassic World, the T-Rex from Fantasia, Sharptooth from The Land Before Time, and Rexy from Jurassic Park/World

        Loading editor
    •   Loading editor
    • And what do you think his design should look like?

        Loading editor
    • I'll draw a design of him after i return home from school

        Loading editor
    • Okay but to let you know the art style of the Godzilla: Rising is similar to that of Neon Genesis Evangelion

        Loading editor
    • I'm kinda busy right now, i'll have to draw a design at a later date

        Loading editor
    • Say TSR me and my friends have thought of a 4 part episode for Godzilla: Rising it involves these aliens capturing Godzilla from Earth when H.E.A.T. manage to get on board on one of the ships they learn that the aliens are peaceful and are borrowing Godzilla to fight a space monster who is under the control of the Tachyon aliens (who they have been at war with for many years).

      It would guest star Star Trek veteran actors in this 4 part episode

      Anyway what do you think would be the perfect name for this space monster that Godzilla will fight?

      To let you know the design of the monster is inspired by the Angels, the EVAs, and Mass Production EVAs from Neon Genesis Evangelion, Clover from Cloverfield, the MUTOs, the SkullcrawlersHei Bai's monster form from Avatar: The Last Airbender, and the Zillo Beast from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And he is to the aliens the way that the 1954 Godzilla is to the people of Tokyo in the original 1954 Godzilla film.

        Loading editor
    • could be called Chōsokura, which comes from japanese for "long Limbs"

        Loading editor
    • And how do you think it's design should look?

      Remember the design of the monster is inspired by the Angels, the EVAs, and Mass Production EVAs from Neon Genesis Evangelion, Clover from Cloverfield, the MUTOs, the SkullcrawlersHei Bai's monster form from Avatar: The Last Airbender, and the Zillo Beast from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And he is to the aliens the way that the 1954 Godzilla is to the people of Tokyo in the original 1954 Godzilla film.

        Loading editor
    • It could be the slow, lumbering beast to Zilla Jr's agile and quick build. It would have six legs, fangs like cloverfield, wings like the Male MUTO and a cybernetic nature like the EVAs.

        Loading editor
    • It could also have a head like the zilo beast and spines on its legs like the Ramarak Skullcrawler

        Loading editor
    • And how tall do you think it should be in terms of meters (compared to Zilla Jr who is 55 meters in the show)

        Loading editor
    • 100 meters

        Loading editor
    • What do you think of my Godzilla Universe?

      https://ideas.fandom.com/wiki/Godzilla_Universe

        Loading editor
    • Cool

        Loading editor
    • Toonking1985
      Toonking1985 removed this reply because:
      ????????????????????????
      18:43, June 12, 2019
      This reply has been removed
    • Say SpinoRex me and Coolot thought of an episode for Godzilla: Rising that features a giant mutant orca, here's some info to let you know about the episode:

      The giant mutant orca is a homage to Orca and a reference to Jaws and Moby Dick

      There would be a character featured in this episode who is inspired by Captain Nolan from Orca, Quint from Jaws, and Captain Ahab from Moby Dick, he will be voiced by Mark Hamill, he is hunting the giant mutant orca, he has some history with the giant mutant orca, he is an anti-hero, he looks like Captain Ahab, he has a peg leg like Ahab, and his name is Captain Steele.

      So how big do you think the giant mutant orca should be (in length) compared to Godzilla (who is 55 meters tall) and what should it's name be?

        Loading editor
    • Oruka-jū

      Height: 29m

      Length: 75m

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.