Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Poster


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  • There are, indeed, more titans than just Godzilla, Ghidora, Rodan, and Mothra in the movie. Some on screen, some mentioned or hinted at (Skull Island, for example.) However, the remaining ones have minimal screen time. Edit

  • Two possibilities 1) The female in this movie was presumably ancient and in dormancy like most of the other titans. 2) It's another species of them cause of her stone spikes in her back and it's more older than 2014 Mutos. Same as old as Muto Prime. Edit

  • Rodan was still badly wounded after mothra stabbed him with her stinger, a glowing molten hole in his body from where Mothra stabbed him. And if you look at when it happens, Rodan is not implied to die, as we can see him flailing about in pain on the ground. Mothra has a stinger, so it may well inject venom like a bee or wasp. bees and wasps can kill similarly-sized creatures with their venom, but maybe Mothra's affects kaiju like bees and wasps do a human: nonfatal, but extremely painful, There's also the fact that Rodan didn't just get stung, he gets straight up impaled. While he survived, it's not unlikely that he blacked out from the sheer agony of that. Edit

  • It's possible that the MUTOs are only hostile to Godzilla and his kind when in mating pairs. If this is the last MUTO in existence, then she has no possibility of finding a mate, and would submit to the superior Alpha to preserve her own existence. Indeed, since Godzilla easily handled the MUTOs one-on-one in the first film, only really being threatened when they could work as a pair, might imply the relationship between these species is a lot more complicated than predator-prey or rival predators. Considering the plot of the Aftershock comic, it could also be inferred that the animosity between the MUTOs and Godzilla was being driven by the presence of the MUTO Prime, which might well have been another competing alpha, one that specifically targeted members of Godzilla's species as a host for reproduction. With the MUTO Prime out of the way, any remaining MUTOs would be subservient to the only remaining alpha which is Godzilla. Edit

  • No it isn't, as Godzilla killed her, according to the prequel novel 'Godzilla Aftershocks': "MUTO Prime travels to the bunker to feed on the nuclear material stored there. As she approaches the bunker, Godzilla arrives and rams her to the ground. She quickly rises to her feet, and the two Titans proceed to violently pummel and wrestle each other. While fighting, MUTO Prime releases a sonic roar so powerful that it shatters some of Godzilla's dorsal plates. Emma and Tarkan rush into the bunker, and activate a device that blares the sonic pulses, which effectively distracts Prime. With the massive parasite distracted, Godzilla grabs and lifts her onto his back before releasing a massive nuclear pulse from his dorsal plates, sending her soaring into the air and causing limbs to break off. MUTO Prime falls from the sky and slams back onto the ground, heavily wounded. Before she can react, Godzilla crushes her head with a devastating stomp, killing her. With his ancient rival finally defeated, Godzilla makes his way back into the ocean, radiating a pure nuclear energy cloud from his back." Edit

  • According to the novel, he did but he chose not to respond, as he is unconcerned with what goes on outside of Skull Island. Edit

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