Svitska Donkun wrote:None of the others WERE, so saying that is just...well...dumb, considering there's no evidence at all to support it.
The fact that they are all harmed by lesser things than a nuke is the evidence. Again, as stated, one comic incarnation survived it. That doesn't mean every other version of Godzilla can.
There is in fact MORE evidence to support that he could given the fact that FOR Godzilla to exist, he would need to be subjected to at least one atomic explosion.
Ugh. How many times does it need to be said? Being exposed to fallout =/= surviving a nuclear explosion. I can warm myself by a fire without actually having to set myself on fire. That would hurt.
I could just as easily say, "One Godzilla, in a relatively recent movie, survived a Black Hole. None of the others could."
Your logic is kind of flawed here....
Ugh. And how many times does it need to be said that GxM Godzilla didn't survive a mini black hole? Because he didn't. It missed. And yes, no Godzilla would be able to survive a black hole. Because that would mean being crushed down into a singularity. His entire body would be crushed at a molecular level. It's just a shame no Godzilla has ever been close enough to one to put him down.
What I find interesting is someone will take a property like Batman, who is at its core a comic series, but then take the films just as seriously, but when it comes to the Godzilla franchise, "Nope! Not in a Japanese movie! Not possible!". Godzilla is a franchise at this point, not a film series. Time to start treating it as one. Who has the right to say who can add stuff to the franchise and who can't, as long as the character maintains its same base traits? Toho? What if the entire Godzilla property and licenses got bought lock-stock-and-barrel by Warner Bros. or Universal? If a line can't be officially drawn somewhere, then there isn't one....
This...doesn't even make sense, let alone the fact that it's completely irrelevant.
Talking about the original Godzilla here, he was, at least as the film explained, already a huge Dinosaur who lived under the ocean that got hit by a nuclear test. I was under the impression that he basically stayed the same, but woke up and was really pissed off. I think the only change the bomb had was causing him to breathe Atomic fire.
You answered your own question here: who lived under the ocean. He wasn't hit in the fact with a nuke, it was just detonated near where he was on the ocean floor. He then became irradiated. That, once again, is not the same as getting hit by a nuke.
Beyond that, your "Dinosaur would vaporize theory" doesn't hold up either in this universe, as they were planning to shoot the dinosaur with nuclear missiles in Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah in order to provoke the change. Clearly its plausible within that universe.
Lol. Look who is failing at logic now. Just because their plan was to shoot him with nuclear missiles doesn't mean it would have worked. It doesn't make it any more plausible just because a dim-witted writer and melodramatic psychic say it will.
Anyways, Godzilla destroyed two nuclear subs, both carried nuclear weapons, the '91 carried stronger nuclear weapons. Wouldn't that mean Godzilla survived at least 2 powerful nuclear explosions?
No, no it wouldn't. He didn't detonate the missiles. That's ridiculous. You can't set off a nuclear weapon by setting the submarine on fire. He damaged the submarines and absorbed the radiation from the nuclear payloads.
Most definitely Destroyah, Most of the godzilla's and hedorah
lol. They would all still be vaporized. Destoroyah was damage by a flamethrower. A nuclear explosion would vaporized him far far far easier. Hedorah would be blown to bits AND dried out at the same time. And vaporized. Just like Godzilla.