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— Vivienne Graham's field notes on Ghidorah
Kong: Skull Island (cameo)
According to a cave painting, Ghidorah, much like his previous incarnations in Toho's pre-MonsterVerse films, is shown to be much larger than Godzilla, and appears to possess long manes on his necks, though whether they are comprised of hair, feathers, fleshy soft tissue, or some combination of any of these is currently unknown. The middle head's horns are notably straighter and longer than those of its peripheral heads.
King Ghidorah's portrayal is undefined.
King Ghidorah's roar is undefined.
Ghidorah seems to be malevolent in nature, as implied by the skulls depicted surrounding him in the cave painting and a footnote in Vivienne Graham's notes that refers to him as "the devil".
King Ghidorah's origins are unknown, however, the creature, as of 2016 was buried in the Antarctic.
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Ghidorah appears in the post-credit scene, along with Godzilla, Mothra, and Rodan, in the form of cave-paintings. The painting heavily implies that Ghidorah and Godzilla had battled one another in the past, and may be destined to fight each other again in the future.
In 2016, Vivienne Graham led an effort to build a containment and research facility around an extraordinary, but dormant creature in the Antarctic. Her classified field notes contained the mysterious footnote, "The devil has three heads."
- In the official Monarch timeline posted on the Facebook page for Kong: Skull Island, the label given to Ghidorah is "Monster Zero", which was the name given to him by the Xiliens in Invasion of Astro-Monster.
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- ↑ Wickman, Kase (July 26, 2014). HOLY MOTHRA: GARETH EDWARDS REVEALS 'GODZILLA 2' MONSTERS AT COMIC-CON MTV. Retrieved June 10, 2017