Godzillatheultimate wrote:Lincoln is gonna emancipate your balls from your body.
wrongnote85 wrote:idk man, mothra died in GvM for being old. wouldn't that have been the same mothra from the debut film?
SuperSaiyan4Godzilla wrote:wataru wrote:It's not huge and it's white.
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kikomia wrote:No. The Mothra in her debut film was far bigger.
hammysammy59 wrote:Mothra's life, death, and rebirth cycle seems pretty continuous though--I get the impression that Mothra may in a sense be immortal, sort of like the phoenix.
The majority of giant monsters are either gods, space aliens or mutations though. I think their lifespans vary wildly, though for various reasons, they all seem to be pretty long-lived.
A lot of them also have a tendency to get frozen or buried and are able to stay in suspended animation/hibernate for EONS without dying or decomposing. Accounting for that makes figuring out their lifespans even more confusing.
NSZ wrote:Well, Godzilla in the Heisei era lived to be pretty old. He was already a fully grown Godzillasaurus in WWII, and as Godzilla he lived until he died in 1995 and that's only because he absorbed too much radiation. And the Godzilla from Megaguirus was pretty damn old as well.
I guess the answer to this is that kaiju can live a really skreeonk long time.
edgaguirus wrote:Many of the prehistoric animal kaiju seem to hibernate or sleep alot. Maybe that's why they live so long. If not fallen in battle, I imagine they'd die after 100 or 200 years. There are tortoises that have similar lifespans.
But the real answer is that kaiju live as long as the movie industry wants them to.
Varan Bon Ziller wrote:....What ever happened to the innocence of monster banging others brains out...
wrongnote85 wrote:i'm trying to formulate a thought around the time travel, making new godzilla with a submarine thing in relationship to the meltdown, but i'm at work...have to get on this one later. you guys talk amongst yourselves about this one.
???? wrote: Monsterarts killed my father and married my mother! They are a threat to the entirety if Godzilla collecting and MUST BE STOPPED AT ALL COSTS BEFORE MORE PEOPLE DIEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!
TitanoGoji16 wrote:NSZ wrote:And the Godzilla from Megaguirus was pretty damn old as well.
Under 50 years is "pretty damn old"?
tymon wrote:Man, it really makes me laugh when I remember that all this drama is centered around a fictional, giant atomic monster. Damn you, Godzilla!