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In the Godzilla, Mothra and Gamera universes, some monsters can experience large cuts or serious damage without bleeding, yet blood sometimes makes appearances in the Godzilla series, and appears in almost every movie in the Gamera series, which is far more graphic in the nature of its violence.
In the films
- Godzilla Raids Again - Godzilla bites Anguirus in the neck, making it the first time a monster bleeds. The picture of this scene is not very clear because the movie is in black and white.
- Son of Godzilla - Kamacuras is Blood drunken dry by Kumonga
- Destroy All Monsters - Godzilla stomps on King Ghidorah's right head, causing King Ghidorah to cough up blood. King Ghidorah also bleeds when Anguirus, Gorosaurus and Godzilla have bit him in certain spots, as blood patches can be seen after the bite happens.
- Godzilla vs. Hedorah - Hedorah's blood is actually a powerful liquid pollutant. When Hedorah bleeds over his eye, the toxicity burns his eye.
- Godzilla vs. Gigan - Gigan's buzzsaw slices Godzilla's shoulder, causing it to projectile bleed, and he uses his hooks to cut into both Godzilla and Anguirus; Anguirus also runs right into Gigan's buzzsaw, causing blood to shoot out (and actually hit the camera lens). Also, Godzilla slightly bleeds on the cheek when getting hit in the face by the Godzilla Tower's laser beam.
- Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla - Fake Godzilla causes Anguirus to bleed profusely when he breaks Anguirus' jaw. During Godzilla and MechaGodzilla's first battle, when Godzilla is knocked into Tokyo Bay following a beam clash, blood floats to the surface. During the final battle, MechaGodzilla fires its finger missiles at Godzilla's neck, causing large amounts of blood to spray from his neck.
- Terror of Mechagodzilla - Titanosaurus bite Godzilla' jaw
- The Return of Godzilla - Shockirus is shown to have green blood when he is being stabbed to death by the reporter and the sole surviving crew member of the ship that it has attacked. Also, Super X fires cadmium missiles in Godzilla's mouth making him bleed.
- Godzilla vs. Biollante - During Godzilla's battle with Biollante's rose form at Lake Ashi, Godzilla blasts Biollante's vines with his atomic breath, causing them to be severed and spew green chlorophyll-like blood. Godzilla also blasts Biollante's fleshy core, causing it to hemorrhage similar fluid. While fighting against Biollante's second, more powerful form, Godzilla gets impaled in both his left shoulder and the palm of his left hand by some of Biollante's vines, causing Godzilla to seemingly spurt green blood. However there are some sources that claim that this is Biollante's acidic residue that is being released from the wound, since Godzilla is usually portrayed as having red blood.
- Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah - After the US Navy shoot the Godzillasaurus in the neck with bombs and shells, he bleeds profusely.
- Godzilla vs. Mothra - Godzilla bites Battra in the neck, causing him to bleed yellow goop.
- Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 2 - During Godzilla and Rodan's battle on Adonoa Island, Godzilla grabs Rodan by the neck and chokes him, causing Rodan to bleed from the mouth. When MechaGodzilla fires its shock anchors at Godzilla, the anchors draw small amounts of blood where they hit. Later, Fire Rodan also loses large amounts of blood after getting hit twice by MechaGodzilla's plasma grenade, to the point of his chest being shredded and bleeding profusely and blood foaming from his mouth. Finally, MechaGodzilla shoots Godzilla's second brain with the G-Crusher, blackening the screen with blood.
- Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla - M.O.G.U.E.R.A. drills a hole in SpaceGodzilla's neck, causing it to bleed.
- Godzilla vs. Destoroyah - Godzilla Junior has his chest stabbed by Destoroyah's second jaw, revealing red blood and muscles underneath. Burning Godzilla's blood seems to range in color from orange to white, and he loses large amounts of blood when Destoroyah slices him with his Horn Katana. Destoroyah spits yellow blood when Godzilla hits him in the chest with his spiral ray. Later, Destoroyah bleeds when Godzilla's atomic breath blasts off part of his head crest. Destoroyah's shoulder can also be seen bleeding towards the end of the battle.
- Godzilla 2000: Millennium - While unknown if this is blood or burnt flesh, Orga is blasted multiple times by Godzilla and when he is regenerating, he is seen with a mixture of greyish organs.
- Godzilla vs. Megaguirus - The Meganula swarm can only awaken their Queen if they siphon enough blood from a powerful source. They chose Godzilla for this task, biting him over and over again to obtain the red life-fluid they needed.
- Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack - King Ghidorah is bitten hard by Godzilla and bleeds. Godzilla recieves a gaping hole in him from the Satsuma's D-03 Missile and bleeds while he drowns, eventually exploding in a mass of burnt flesh and blood as the pressure becomes too great.
- Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla - After Kiryu fires his absolute zero cannon, Godzilla gets out and one can see a large amount of blood on his chest. During the fight, Kiryu also stabs Godzilla in the chest using his Plasma Blades.
- Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. - Godzilla bites Kamoebas in the neck
- Godzilla - Godzilla and the MUTOs bleed while they fight in San Francisco: The female M.U.T.O. bleeds when Godzilla bites her while he tackles her. Godzilla bleeds when the female M.U.T.O. slashes at his neck. The winged M.U.T.O. bleeds when he's impaled on a building. The female M.U.T.O. bleeds heavily after Godzilla decapitates her.
In the shows
- Godzilla: The Series - Despite being a children's show, Godzilla: The Series actually depicts Godzilla bleeding multiple times. Two examples are in the pilot episode, where the sub-adult Godzilla is struck in the neck by artillery, causing him to bleed, and in the episode The Twister, where the Shrewster draws blood from Godzilla by slashing his neck with its claws.
In the comics
- Kodansya's Godzilla, King of the Monsters manga - In this series of graphic novels that were produced around the time Godzilla vs. Mothra was released, blood and graphic imagery is very common. In the manga's first story (of the series' first volume), Godzilla faces off against a monster which looks like a Baragon/Walrus hybrid (Sea Baragon), which promptly proceeds to stab Godzilla in the chest with its horn. In the second story, Godzilla faces off against both Megalon and Biollante, and Megalon burrows his drills into Godzilla's chest, then accidentally disintegrates Biollante when Godzilla hefts and throws her at the beetle monster. Then, in the third story, Mechani-Kong II and MechaGodzilla III tag-team Godzilla, and whilst Mechani-Kong holds Godzilla steady, MechaGodzilla skewers Godzilla's chest with its arms, then damages Godzilla's eyes with his Eye Beams. In the fourth story, Rodan (carrying shells) ambushes Godzilla, only to have his wing torn clean off. In the final story, Anguirus fights Godzilla in a battle reminiscent of Godzilla Raids Again, and Anguirus shreds Godzilla's chest using his spines. Godzilla shoves one of Rodan's shells down Anguirus' throat, and as Anguirus leaves, bruised and beaten, the shell explodes, killing him instantly. In the second volume, Gigan injures Godzilla with his blades and cables. King Ghidorah bleeds violently after Godzilla rips his two auxiliary necks off, and Godzilla is mortally wounded after King Godzilla drops him on a set of spikes laid out by Oniyama, causing the Kaiju to spray blood everywhere.
- Kodansya's Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 2 manga - MechaGodzilla damages Godzilla's eyes and makes Godzilla bleed through his eyes.
- Godzilla: Rulers of Earth - In this comic series, the monsters bleed frequently. Orga bleeds greenish goo when Gigan stabs through the top of his head and later when Jet Jaguar grows to full size from inside of Orga, causing him to explode into green goo. Gigan bleeds white blood when Godzilla tears off the tip of his tail. During the underwater battle between Godzilla and the Devonians' monsters, Godzilla bleeds profusely when Destoroyah slices his chest with his horn and when Manda bites down on his shoulder. During the same battle, Godzilla bites down on Titanosaurus' neck, causing him to bleed as well. Anguirus bleeds severely during his battle with MechaGodzilla, as does Godzilla at some points during his battle against the MechaGodzilla army. Ebirah bleeds when several Meganulons bite through his shell. The Trilopods draw blood from other monsters when they bite them in order to absorb their powers. Whenever the Trilopods are killed, they tend to bleed frequently, such as when Gorosaurus bites down on their necks or stomps them to death, and when Minette and Mallory use their psychic powers to cause a Trilopod's head to explode.
- Godzilla: Cataclysm - In Godzilla: Cataclysm #1, a Kamacuras is completely dismembered and decapitated by Biollante and spurts green blood.
In the video games
- Godzilla: Battle Legends and Godzilla: Great Monster Battle: During some of the grab moves, often when a monster uses a bite attack, blood can be seen spurting from the opponent with each bite. The color of the blood is different for each monster. For example, the color of Megalon's blood is green, while monsters that lack any internal organs, like all of the incarnations of MechaGodzilla, will instead spurt what appear to be sparks.
- Super Godzilla: In the Japanese version, whenever Godzilla is hit by an enemy kaiju's attack, he's sent flying back and spitting up blood. This blood effect is absent in the American release of the game. On a side note, Super Godzilla does not cough up blood when it is attacked.
In the films
- Gamera vs. Barugon - Gamera gouges Barugon at a lower section of his eye with his frozen claw. Later when the military initiated the "Reflect" battle plan, when Barugon is goaded into using his Rainbow Ray against a giant mirror, the mirror reflects his ray back at Barugon, causing tons of flesh to be blasted off Barugon's back, near his spikes. When Gamera succeeds in drowning Barugon, blood flows out of his mouth in such a volume that Gamera is literally swimming in his foe's life-fluid. Barugon has purple flesh and blood, and is the first Gamera Kaiju to have this coloration, with the others being Space Gyaos and Garasharp.
- Gamera vs. Gyaos - Gamera moves in the way of Gyaos' Sonic Beam, and his arm is hit multiple times, spraying out blue blood. Gyaos has some of his 'toes' blasted off and undergoes a painful regeneration to get them back. Later, it is revealed that Gyaos consumes blood, and the military use a large dish full of it to try and lure the giant monster to his death in the bright sunlight. This fails, however. Later, in the climactic minutes of their final battle, Gamera bites into Gyaos' neck, spraying the kaiju's blood everywhere.
- Gamera vs. Viras - By merging the flaps of skin on his head, Viras can create an incredibly sharp blade. He flies at Gamera using this blade, and stabs him straight through his shell, spraying aqua-blue blood over Viras' blade.
- Gamera vs. Guiron - Space Gyaos fires a beam at Guiron, which reflects off Guiron's blade, blasting off Space Gyaos' lower leg. The alien Gyaos is still mobile with its wings, and tries to escape with the power of flight, but Guiron gives chase. Flinging himself through the air, Guiron smashes into Space Gyaos, ripping off his wing in one clean sweep, exposing the flying beast's purple muscles and blood. After beheading Space Gyaos, Guiron proceeds to hack the once-proud vampire-bat creature into pieces, which he then throws away. Guiron's blade also slices through Gamera's shell, and his shurikens lacerate Gamera's head, causing the heroic kaiju to fall into a near-death coma underwater. When Gamera ignites a rocket caught in Guiron's armor, the beast explodes into two pieces.
- Gamera vs. Jiger - Jiger fires projectile quills from her face into Gamera's limbs, causing him to bleed and prevent him from retracting his limbs for flight. Gamera removes the quills after he manages to pull himself up. Jiger also stabs Gamera in the chest with her ovipositor during their second fight, causing Gamera to stagger away in agony, and collapse, turning a pale white color. Later, when Gamera is successfully revived, Jiger tries a similar tactic as Gamera retrieves the Devil's Whistle, but Gamera drops the statue on top of her ovipositor, crushing it and causing it to hemorrhage. Gamera ultimately wins the fight by stabbing the statue's tip through Jiger's skull, killing her.
- Gamera vs. Zigra - While facing off against Zigra in their rematch after rescuing the hostage children and their fathers, Zigra uses his head blade to slice open the underside of Gamera's shell, causing aqua-color blood to spew out of it.
- Gamera vs. Garasharp - From what little footage and concept art exists of this unfinished and unmade film, Garasharp is shown to have purple blood, much like Space Gyaos and Barugon.
- Gamera: Guardian of the Universe - Gyaos wounds Gamera several times with its sonic beam.
- Gamera 2: Attack of Legion - When Gamera and the Mother Legion battle at Sendai, she repeatedly stabs Gamera with her extremely sharp legs, and blasts him with her horn beam. Gamera is covered in gashes as the alien insect leaves, burrowing into the ground.
- Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris - Gamera gives chase to a group of Gyaos, and blasts one to pieces, showering blood and burning flesh down onto the city below. Later, Iris stabs Gamera straight through his shell using one of his Spear Hands, and Gamera drops to the floor, seemingly dead. Iris then proceeds to absorb Ayana, despite her attempts to escape. Now revived, Gamera plunges his hand into Iris' chest to retrieve Ayana, but Iris impales Gamera's other hand with his Spear Hand, causing green blood to spatter out of the wound. Gamera chooses to blast off the trapped appendage, releasing yet more blood. This also causes Iris' Spear hand to be ripped from his body. Gamera then pulls his remaining hand out of Iris' chest cavity, causing Iris to bleed profusely.
- Gamera: The Brave - Gamera is hit by a Gyaos' sonic beam and bleeds from the arm. When Gamera is knocked down, two Gyaos descend on him and bite chunks out of his flesh, drawing large amounts of blood. Zedus uses the sharp tip of his tongue to stab through Toto's belly after he gets stuck in the top of a building. Later in the same battle, Toto rips Zedus' tongue off, spraying blood everywhere.
In the comics
- Gamera 2006: Hard Link - Toto is bleeding in his first appearance from his fight with Zedus. Gamera gets nearly eviscerated by the Gyaos in their fight in 1973, and bleeds a lot.
Rebirth of Mothra Trilogy
- Rebirth of Mothra - When Desghidorah bites into Mothra Leo, he bleeds greenish blood.
- Rebirth of Mothra III - Rainbow Mothra scratches Cretaceous King Ghidorah on the top of the head, and it bleeds.
- Daimajin is activated by pushing an object into his forehead. If he has been awoken successfully, his forehead will sometimes bleed.
King Kong Franchise
In the films
- King Kong (1933) - The Stegosaurus bleeds after being shot repeatedly by the Venture crew. The Tyrannosaurus rex bleeds from the mouth after King Kong breaks its jaw. Kong bleeds after being riddled by machine gun bullets at the top of the Empire State Building, and his bloody corpse is shown laying on the street at the end.
- Son Of Kong - Kiko's finger is injured during a fight with a giant cave bear, and it bleeds slightly. Carl Denham later wraps the finger in a makeshift tourniquet to repay Kiko for saving his life. Nils Helstrom tries to escape to a lifeboat but his eaten by a Plesiosaurus
- King Kong Escapes - King Kong causes Gorosaurus to bleed profusely when he breaks Gorosaurus' jaw. and kong rips the Giant Sea Serpent jaw. tosses him back into the water. Dr. Who shot Madame Piranha The next day, Kong found Who's ship before it could leave and destroyed it, killing Who and his minions.
- King Kong (1976) - Kong rips the Giant Boa's jaws apart, causing it to bleed. During the climax, Kong bleeds profusely when he is shot by machine guns atop the World Trade Center.
- King Kong Lives - During the climax of the film, Kong is fatally wounded by bullets and artillery and is covered in blood.
- King Kong (2005) - Kong and the Vastatosaurus rexes bleed frequently during their battle, most prominently when Kong breaks the last V-rex's jaw. Kong bleeds when he is killed by machine gun bullets atop the Empire State Building during the film's climax.
King Kong Series