Millennium era

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The Millennium series (ミレニアムシリーズ,   Mireniamu shirīzu?) is a term used to identify the films in the Godzilla series released from 1999 to 2004. It is notable for the fact that most of its movies do not follow a set timeline or occur in the same continuity (except for Godzilla Against MechaGodzilla and Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.).


Godzilla Series

After Final Wars, Toho decided to retire the Godzilla character for a few years' time until 2014's Godzilla.

Gamera Series

Despite being released in 2006 and not sharing continuity with the Gamera trilogy, Gamera: The Brave is actually part of the Heisei series, as evidenced by it being grouped with the other Heisei films in a Heisei Gamera book called Heisei Gamera Perfection.[1] As such, the Millennium era only applies to the Godzilla series.

Monsters Introduced

Godzilla Series


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  • The Millenium Era

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    • The Millenium series is the best era in my opinion as it has loads of great films. Godzilla 2000, GMK, Tokyo SOS and Final Wars were excell...
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    • Titanollante wrote: Wait, you're saying the Showa era wasn't "too silly"? “ Godzilla says I have to fight my own battles, you kno...
    • Legendary Era, since I really like the movie and it's what got me obsessed with Godzilla (I knew about Godzilla before, but didn't really c...

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