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The American Godzilla Wiki is an encyclopedia dedicated to everything related to the 1998 film GODZILLA and is hosted by Wikia.com.
The American Godzilla Wiki's name comes, simply enough, from "American Godzilla" (a nickname used for Zilla) and "Wiki," with an additional "The" in front.
The American Godzilla Wiki has only two administrators who are mostly inactive on the site: Varg2000 (formerly "TurokSwe") and Mimic45.
The American Godzilla Wiki is most often criticized for being biased (containing the opinions of the authors inside the articles). The site has also been criticized for plagiarizing Wikizilla on at least 38 articles which caused the site to be closed down for a short period of time but was brought back soon afterward.
Additionally, the site has been vandalized several times in a small amount of time due to administrator inactivity and many people who express a different opinion to the administrators get their comments deleted and their accounts and IP addresses blocked, frequently until the year 2099.
The American Godzilla Wiki has several sister wikis, two of which were created for the sole purpose of trying to replace Wikizilla: Godzilla World Wiki, a wiki about the "Japanese Godzilla," and King Kong World Wiki, a wiki about King Kong—which Wikizilla used to have as some of its main content when it was known as the "Godzilla and King Kong Wiki." Varg2000 created a number of articles that only contained gallery pages (and no actual content, thus the website has trouble getting indexed in search engines and the like) of Godzilla video games exclusively with pictures lifted directly from Wikizilla.
This is a list of references for The American Godzilla Wiki. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: