Aurora Godzilla オーロラゴジラ

Aurora Godzilla
Aurora Godzilla

Conceived By : Kazuki Omori

Powers / Weapons

Levitation; living things or objects that try to pass through its body permanently disappear; can burst into fog then compress into a concentrated ball of light and enter a host to possess

CONSIDERED FOR

Godzilla vs. Godzilla (Story Plan A) (1995)

Series // Unused Character

No Sound

History

Featured in Kazuki Omori's take of a "Godzilla vs. Ghost Godzilla" story, Godzilla vs. Godzilla (Story Plan A), Aurora Godzilla is the second form the 1954 Godzilla's spirit takes after Ghost Godzilla. Manifesting near the Miura Peninsula in the form of the Northern Lights, Aurora Godzilla is not particularly threatening at first as it remains completely still off the coast, though ships or boats that attempt to pass through it mysteriously disappear in a flash of light. It is not until Little Godzilla is brought into the vicinity does Aurora Godzilla gradually spring to life, its transparent figure bursting into fog then condensing into a shining ball of light, which is sucked into Little Godzilla. The young monster's body then becomes like a formless, heaping mass of lava before molding into the appearance of the original Godzilla, who proceeds to attack Tokyo.

Unfortunately, the idea for a "Godzilla vs. Godzilla" movie would be shot down by director Takao Okawara, marking the end of the briefly-lived Aurora Godzilla.


Trivia
  • No official concept artwork of Aurora Godzilla exists. The article picture is an interpretation created by Toho Kingdom staff based on descriptions of the monster.
  • The mention of Aurora Godzilla can be found in the 2017 Japanese publication Godzilla vs. Destoroyah Perfection (ISBN: 4798615811).