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Scorch her! Scorch her! Don't leave a singe cell behind! Or else she'll regenerate! „ 

— Gamoni ordering her Sunerian troops to attack Rozan (A Space Godzilla)

Gamoni
Fat Gamora
Nomenclature
Nickname(s)

Gamora
Gamony

Biological Information
Species

Sunerian General

Affiliation Information
Allies

Sunerians

Enemies

Rozan
Kunin
Lilin
Godzillans

Production Information
First appearance

A Space Godzilla

Gamoni (ガモニ,   Gamoni?) is a space kaiju from the 1979 illustrated short story, A Space Godzilla, based on the unmade Toho film of the same name.


Design

Appearance

Gamoni appears as a roughly humanoid alien with a tail and breasts. The monster's face is mostly featureless, and it is covered in a number spike-like protrusions, and wears golden colored braces on its wrists and ankles.

History

A Space Godzilla

Gamoni is the general of the Sunerian army that attacks Planet Godzilla, who is defeated by Kunin and an adult Lilin.

Abilities

Extending neck

Gamoni could stretch out/extend her neck out to wherever and could use it to constrict or strangle against her enemies, such as Kunin during their battle.

Flames

Gamoni could fire out deadly flames from her breasts like flamethrowers.

Sharp claws

Gamoni had very sharp claws on her feet and hands that she could use to slash or claw at her opponents.

Throwing knives

Gamoni could shoot out flying knives in the shape of Nazi swastikas from her navel.

Webs

Gamoni could shoot out webs from her mouth to capture enemies.

Whip

Gamoni had a long black whip that she could use in battle.

Gallery

Trivia

  • A Space Godzilla was developed with the intent of becoming the 16th Godzilla film by Nobuhiko Obayashi, the director of House. Presumably, Gamoni would have been featured in it.
  • The name "Gamora" appears in the synopsis for both parts of the story in online sources, and has been assumed to be the monster's actual name by many, despite the monster's name being clearly visible in images of the monster circulating online. It is unknown where the name "Gamora" originated when referring to the monster, though it might be worth noting that it sounds similar to the name of the popular Ultraman kaiju, Gomora.

List of appearances

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