Though the Futurians from the 23rd century had
sought to destroy Godzilla through time travel, they had failed.
The Godzillasaurus, which the time travelers
had relocated to the Bering Sea, mutated to a
towering 80 meters when exposed to a nuclear
accident in the 1970's. In 1992, the monster
was exposed to more atomic energy when it attacked the Musashi-2 nuclear sub,
and the already incredible anomaly grew to an
even more unthinkable 100 meters in height.
the supercharged reptile began to march southward
toward the mainland, the Japanese government
breathed a sigh of relief. The duplicitous Futurians
had released a three-headed golden dragon named
King Ghidorah to destroy Japan, and Godzilla
was now the nation's only hope. Furious at the arrival of Godzilla, the Futurians
ordered King Ghidorah to annihilate Godzilla, and the two
savage monsters met in a clearing. Though Godzilla
did not fair well against his opponent at first,
luck would soon be on his side. Rogue Futurians
severed King Ghidorah's remote control, and the
tables were turned within a matter of seconds.
The three-headed monster made one last strike against Godzilla, though, using its long necks to hold the King of the Monsters in place and strangle him. However, Godzilla's nuclear pulse repelled King Ghidorah,
halting his constriction and sending the massive creature flying off him. Looking to end the battle, Godzilla powered up his atomic ray , firing off a powerful Spiral Atomic Ray that proceeded to rend the dragon's
middle head from its torso. Though the horrible
hydra attempted to flee, a hole was ripped through
one of its leathery wings by its foe's thermonuclear
beam, causing King Ghidorah to fall into the cold
depths of the ocean below.
Unopposed, Godzilla marched through the urban
sprawls of Japan; laying waste to everything
he touched. The military attempted to halt his advance, employing MBT-92 maser tanks, but their efforts were fruitless. As a mere dinosaur, the beast was
almost gentle; now as a mutated monster, it was
malicious and savage. The nuclear leviathan would go on to ruin the country, if not for Emmy Kano and M-11, the
two Futurians who rebelled against their belligerent
crew. They were convinced that King Ghidorah was the
only creature that could stop Godzilla's reign
of terror. Emmy and M-11 returned to 2204 A.D.,
and managed to convince the scientists of their
time to resurrect the brass behemoth.
Back in 1992, Godzilla waged a path of destruction through Tokyo. Suddenly, in a flash of light, a cybernetic dragon appeared in the
skies above the city. It was Mecha-King Ghidorah,
with Emmy piloting this revamped monster.
The cyborg creature fired its gravity beams, keeping Godzilla at bay through a combination of their power and leveling the nearby buildings on top of the nuclear menace. However, the assault proved ineffective. Ultimately,
Emmy was forced to fire capture cables and a
machine hand restraint. Godzilla was airlifted,
and King Ghidorah dragged the monstrous menace
over the sea. A thermonuclear beam was fired, though, striking the three-headed monster for the final time. The attack caused both creatures to plummet toward the
waves below. Emmy escaped, but Godzilla was left
unconscious on the ocean floor. Within time,
however, his strength returned. Godzilla ripped
himself free of the capture cables and machine
hand restraint. The exhausted monster began to
trudge toward the Ogasawara Trench, where he
While Godzilla was peacefully sleeping in the
depths of the sea, a meteorite suddenly collided
with the ocean. The terrible titan awoke once
more, and eventually, Godzilla emerged
from the surf. The menacing monster approached
a large vessel, on which a mysterious mammoth
egg was being transported. The hard shell of
the enigmatic cell cracked, and a mysterious
larva named Mothra emerged. Godzilla fought the
innocent insect, and quickly repelled all of
its physical attacks. It appeared as though Mothra
would soon face her destiny, if not for the arrival
of another monster. Mothra's dark counterpart,
Battra, was also awoken by the meteorite. This
new larva attacked Godzilla with its horn, and
the two grotesque gargantuan beasts sank into
the ocean depths. The seismic struggle continued,
even amidst the dangers of an undersea eruption.
Both monsters sank deep into the magma, and it
was assumed that both had died in an endless
sea of molten rock.
All was not as it appeared, for Godzilla simply
swam beneath the surface of the planet. It pushed
its way through the magma flows, and finally
emerged at the pinnacle of Mount Fuji. It descended
from the volatile mountain and and was greeted by the self-defense force. Maser tanks and ASTOL-MB93 maser jets unleashed their attacks on Godzilla, only for the creature to decimate the vehicles with his atomic ray. With the human opposition destroyed, the beast continued to
trudge through the countryside.
Eventually, Godzilla appeared in the seaside metropolis Yokohama.
There, the imago forms of both Mothra and Battra were
locked in an intense battle in the sky. However, the
appearance of this new saurian foe prompted the
dark moth to reassess his priorities. Battra
attacked Godzilla, but the well-armed arthropod
was overwhelmed and rendered unconscious. Mothra rushed in to attack Godzilla, temporarily halting the King of the Monsters by collapsing a building on top of the giant. With the nuclear menace momentarily disposed, Mothra
approached Battra. She communicated
with her former foe, and the two monsters agreed
to cooperate. Their conversation was interrupted, though, by the emergence of Godzilla from under the rubble. Mothra then reentered the fray, but
she was soon subdued by Godzilla's awful power, sent flying onto her back from a nuclear pulse.
As the nuclear beast prepared to send the Cosmo
Clock 21 Ferris wheel toppling onto Mothra, Battra
intervened and rescued her. The two flying monsters,
now allies, began to bombard their enemy with
a barrage of beams and a scale attack, reflecting back Godzilla's atomic ray at its source. Godzilla was finally sent
to the ground, and the two massive moths went to lift
the reprehensible reptile into the sky. However, Godzilla
wasn't defeated quite yet. The merciless monster
ripped into Battra's neck with his double rows of piercing teeth. Green blood was sent flying, as both of the moths conducted energy through their touch to try and subdue Godzilla. Their efforts were successful, as Godzilla was carried into the sky and out to sea. However, Battra's wounds were too great and a blast of Godzilla's atomic ray sealed its fate. Mothra's ally was dead. Mid-air, Mothra was forced
to release her grip. Godzilla and Battra plummeted
into the ocean below, as Mothra sealed the area
with a special energy...
Another year passed quietly, and Godzilla suddenly
began to intercept a strange telepathic signal
being emanated from Adonoa Island in the Bering
Sea. When Godzilla arrived on the isle, though,
he was met with a fierce confrontation. A titanic
pterosaur, Rodan, was defending a large egg,
which was the source of the signal. The flying
horror was inconceivably fast, and Rodan proved
to be a difficult foe to contend with. Ultimately,
Godzilla fired his thermonuclear ray on the crimson
creature, sending it crashing to the Earth below.
As the monster war was waging, a scientific research
team managed to procure the mysterious egg, which
they transported back to the Japanese mainland. With the
source of the signal moving, Godzilla was forced
to change his destination. It was imperative
that he pursue this egg.
When Godzilla appeared in Japan, a new weapon
was dispatched to deal with the deplorable beast.
Mechagodzilla, built using the 23rd century technology
found in Mecha-King Ghidorah's cybernetic head,
was sent to fight Godzilla. The mechanical masterpiece
quickly outgunned its organic counterpart, but
when Godzilla sent Mechagodzilla's energy surging
back into its bionic body, the robotic creation
became inoperable. With his enemy defeated, Godzilla
continued to pursue the psychic signal into Kyoto,
where a baby Godzilla had hatched from the egg
discovered on Adonoa Island. The scientists telepathically
isolated Baby Godzilla, leaving the lumbering
leviathan outside perplexed and disappointed.
Unable to locate the source of the signal, the
confused creature could only retreat.
Meanwhile, Rodan regained consciousness on Adonoa
Island. The flying monster transformed into Fire
Rodan, and its power was amplified greatly. It
rushed to Japan where it sought its "brother",
Baby Godzilla. In the process, Rodan destroyed a helicopter in transit
and secured the canister that it was towing
where the young Godzillasaurus was to be found.
As Rodan attempted to open the canister, though,
it was suddenly attacked by Garuda, a powerful
aerial battle cruiser. Though Rodan quickly tossed
the dated machine aside, the creature was then attacked by the repaired Mechagodzilla. In short order, the terrifying pterosaur
was knocked unconscious and was badly wounded by Mechagodzilla's plasma
Not long afterwards, Godzilla arrived, searching for Baby Godzilla. Seeing its true target, the giant mech diverted its attack toward the King of the Monsters. The two combatants exchanged blows, discharging their respective beams against one another. Eventually Mechagodzilla began to succumb to the attacks and the earlier damage the machine had received from Rodan. Luck was on the machine's side, though, as Garuda reemerged, attacking Godzilla. The assault created enough pause for Garuda to combine with Mechagodzilla
and become Super Mechagodzilla. This new and improved
mech brutally subdued its enemy monster. The
G-Crusher was fired, and Godzilla was paralyzed as his spinal brain was destroyed. With its target down, Super Mechagodzilla unleashed its full payload of weapons, defeating Godzilla.
In response to Baby Godzilla's mounting fear over the fate of the King of the Monsters,
Rodan reentered the fray. Super Mechagodzilla,
however, quickly subdued the soaring creature with a shot of its Mega-Buster ray,
and in its dying moments, Rodan bequeathed its
life energy to Godzilla. The nuclear menace rose
once more, rejuvenated and ready to fight. As particles in the air from Rodan's sacrifice ate away at the machine's armor plating, the powered up Godzilla fired its newly acquired Spiral
Fire Ray on Super Mechagodzilla. Quickly overpowering the giant war machine, Godzilla annihilated
the once magnificent mech. Having won the war,
Godzilla finally located Baby Godzilla. The once
merciless monster suddenly showed a softer side
as he adopted the helpless creature as his own.
Godzilla and Baby Godzilla returned to the sea,
where they would locate a new home on Birth Island.
There, they would enjoy a temporary peace...
Over the course of the following year, Baby
Godzilla would grow into an even larger form. Now called
"Little Godzilla", the playful monster
frolicked in its island paradise. Acting as guardian to the little monster, Godzilla would often make landfall on the island itself. Seeing an opportunity, humanity prepared a unique countermeasure for Godzilla called the T-Project. This plan employed the talents of Miki Saegusa and a receiver with hopes that her powers could be amplified enough to control and subdue the giant monster.
On the fateful day the plan was enacted, and failed, a sinister space monster also landed on the island. SpaceGodzilla,
as the monster was dubbed, was the result of
the cosmic mutation of Godzilla's cells. Targeting the King of the Monsters,
the heartless horror began to mercilessly attack
Little Godzilla. Though the young monster's father
quickly arrived to defend him, SpaceGodzilla
captured Little Godzilla in a crystal cell, isolating
him from his paternal protector. Satisfied with his victory, the terrible
space monster began to fly toward the mainland,
with Godzilla following at full speed.
During his pursuit of SpaceGodzilla, an unauthorized, second attempt at the T-Project commenced. Orchestrated by the mafia using a kidnapped Miki Saegusa, this second attempt did little more than momentarily delay the nuclear menace.
Eventually, Godzilla arrived in Japan, and the furious animal
trampled through several cities in pursuit of
his new rival. Acting against orders, the giant war machine Moguera, Mechagodzilla's replacement, engaged the King of the Monsters. The assault was short lived as the crew of the huge machine fought internally and eventually changed course to meet and attack SpaceGodzilla instead.
Left with no distractions, Godzilla finally, arrived in Fukuoka,
which SpaceGodzilla had converted into a crystal
was already overwhelmed by its cosmic opponent.
Unfortunately, Godzilla wasn't able to gain very
much ground against the hateful monster either.
SpaceGodzilla's telekinesis was too strong, and
a new strategy would have to be formulated. It was discovered that Fukuoka Tower had been
instilled with a cosmic energy vital to SpaceGodzilla's
power supply. As Moguera split into its two
forms: Land Moguera and Star Falcon, Godzilla
continued his battle with SpaceGodzilla. Backed with air cover from the Star Falcon, SpaceGodzilla was distracted as Land Moguera destroyed the base of Fukuoka Tower. Sensing the structure's weakness, the King of the Monsters finished the job, shoving the tower to the ground and destroying SpaceGodzilla's
main energy supply. With their plan a success, the
two vehicles merged and Moguera was whole once
more to join Godzilla in combat against their extraterrestrial foe. Using one of the war machine's Spiral Grenade missiles, the mech destroyed SpaceGodzilla's shoulder crystals, further limiting the creature's power. However, in the struggle, Moguera was severely damaged.
As the space monster continued to lose precious
energy, Godzilla took advantage of the situation.
It fired its spiral fire ray on SpaceGodzilla,
destroying that feral fiend once and for all.
In the end, Godzilla returned to Birth Island,
where he lived out the coming year in peace and
tranquility with his adopted son.