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Godzilla
Godzilla
Information
Real name: Gōjira
Species: Prehistoric amphibious reptile
Homeworld: Earth
Universe: Earth-1A
Sex: Male
Hair: None
Eyes: Yellowish red/orange
Height: 400'
Weight: 164,000 tons

Godzilla was a movie monster from a series of famous Japanese monster movies.

He was a massive creature, with unbelievable power.

Powers and Abilities

Super Powers

  • Superhuman Senses: He could sense things, allowing him to be aware of things that a normal person would need sonar or radar to detect.
  • Fangs: And they are huge.
  • Claws: And they are huge too.

Abilities

History

Earth-1A

In 1990, at the film festival in Cannes, France; a Godzilla movie was one of many films being shown there.

Hoping to get some good PR, the Justice League Europe were walking around at the festival, at the suggestion of Captain Atom. The members that were there were Wally West, Kara, Ralph and Sue Dibny. Coincidentally, Fire and Ice, members of the main branch of the Justice League International also came there separately.

The Movie Buff was also in Cannes that day, because he took on the form of Flint Clintwood, and was hanging out in a hotel with a few beautiful girls in bikinis. When it was learned that the real Flint Clintwood was elsewhere at the festival, Movie Buff was quickly escorted outside and arrested by the police.

En route to jail, he looked out of the window of the police car and saw the Godzilla movie playing on the screen.
Godzilla JLE

Atomic Breath![1]

He then used his super power to project his soul into the movie, and then possess Godzilla, and bring him out of the screen into the real world.

The only problem with that, even though he was able to escape the police temporarily, now he was the size of a massive dinosaur. And because of that, the Justice League Europe and Fire and Ice noticed him quite quickly, even though they had no clue who he was. Eventually he was able to escape by turning himself into Winki, a dog from the G-Rated film The Warm Fuzzy World of Winki.[2]

Notes

Appearances

Super Friends books

References

  1. As seen in the comic story: You Oughtta Be in Pictures (1990).
  2. As seen in the comic story: You Oughtta Be in Pictures (1990).
  3. This story was reprinted in Super Powers # 24 (1992).

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