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King Ghidorah Tribute

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Published on Apr 29, 2011

Yes I am a Godzilla fan, and yes I made a tribute to one of the monsters! I hope fellow Godzilla fans enjoy it! I chose Ghidorah because he is one of my favorite monsters, behind Godzilla and Kiryu. I also used one of my favorite musicians, Neil Norman and his Cosmic Orchestra's music, the Monster Zero March, for the music because Ghidorah was called Monster 0 in Invasion of the Astro-monster

For those who don't know: sometimes spelled Ghidrah or Ghidora, is a dragon featured in several of Toho Studios' Godzilla films. King Ghidorah is among the most powerful creatures in daikaiju eiga with a reputation that has earned it the title "The King of Terror". He is often considered Godzilla'sgreatest archenemy of all time. Indeed, so awesome is King Ghidorah's destructive power that Godzilla is often required to ally himself with another kaiju, even several kaiju, before engaging the three-headed monster in battle. One exception to this theme occurred in the 1991 film Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, which resulted in Godzilla defeating King Ghidorah, as well as severing King Ghidorah's middle head. Despite this setback, however, King Ghidorah is one of the few daikaiju who is more than a match for Godzilla under most circumstances, though there have been other monsters such as Hedorah, Destoroyah, Spacegodzilla, and Mechagodzilla 2 who have been equally formidable opponents for Godzilla. King Ghidorah is also one of the daikaiju most often mind controlled; it acts completely autonomously in three movies, in other appearances being controlled for most of its screen time by aliens.

Taken from: http://godzilla.wikia.com/wiki/King_G... You can read more there!

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