Even though I slightly agree with the M.U.T.O.'s being a bit unoriginal, they are one of my favorite Godzilla opponents. Even though the spider look is a little overused, I happen to really like the look, and it was nice seeing Godzilla fight something like that, since we never really have seen him fight something like that before. (Kumonga doesn't count, despite him being a spider)
That's going to be very challenging, finding out who dubbed all those movies (not just Godzilla, and also, English isn't the only language they get dubbed in, so we will have to find out who dubbed it in every language they were released in, although we wouldn't have to list them all in the beginning...) still, it's an ambitious idea nonetheless.
So if anyone wants to do this, go ahead! (Everyone reads my message wall)
I assume that because TriStar technically created all of those monsters, they have exclusive ownership of them. Zilla was originally legally Godzilla, who was created by Toho and therefore not owned at all by TriStar. Since Toho owns all rights to every version of Godzilla, they were able to legally rename and copyright the former 1998 design as Zilla without any interference from TriStar. TriStar technically created Zilla, but they never actually owned him like the other Godzilla: The Series monsters.
Hey, I just wanted to let you know that I just moved to a new house and haven't hooked up my computer yet. Currently, I am at my uncle's house and am using his computer which doesn't have any good picture editors on it. Because of these two things, I won't be able to be on for a while tomorrow if not at all, and I wont be able to change the background of the new Dogora copyright icon I uploaded to transparent.