Godzilla (ゴジラ?) may refer to... Gojira
Godzilla (Film series)
- The 1954 Godzilla - The Godzilla who appeared in the year 1954, over multiple continuities. Primarily featured in the 1954 film, Godzilla.
- Second Showa Godzilla - The Godzilla who succeeded the original 1954 incarnation, following his death in the Showa era of films. Featured across every film in the Showa series, from 1955's Godzilla Raids Again to 1975's Terror of Mechagodzilla.
- Minilla - The son of Godzilla in the Showa series.
- Animated Godzilla - The Godzilla who appeared in the 1978 animated series Godzilla.
- Heisei Godzilla - The Godzilla who succeeded the original 1954 Godzilla, following his death in the Heisei era. Featured across every film in the Heisei era, from the 1984 film, The Return of Godzilla, to the 1995 film, Godzilla vs. Destoroyah.
- Godzilla Junior - The son of the Heisei era Godzilla, who succeeded said Godzilla, following his death after his meltdown.
- Godzilla Island Godzilla - The Godzilla who appeared in the 1997 series, Godzilla Island. While not officially part of the Heisei era's continuity, the series makes use of Heisei specific designs.
- Adventure! Godzilland Godzilla - The Godzilla who appeared in the 1992 educational series Adventure! Godzilland.
- Recommend! Godzilland Godzilla - The Godzilla who appeared in the 1996 educational series Recommend! Godzilland.
- Ghost Godzilla - The Godzilla that was set to be featured in the cancelled 1995 film, Godzilla vs. Ghost Godzilla.
- Super-Nuked Godzilla - The Godzilla that was set to be featured in the cancelled 1995 film, Godzilla vs. Super-Nuked Godzilla.
- TriStar Godzilla - The Godzilla featured during the events of the 1998 film, Godzilla.
The Millennium series features many Godzillas who either descend from, or are the 1954 incarnation of the monster. The continuity's staggered timeline and anthology format explains that each of these film's continuities, and by proxy, the Godzillas within them, don't overlap or contradict each other, even if they feature different origins, as they're all in separate continuities.
- Millennium Godzilla - The second Godzilla in the film's continuity, following the 1954 incarnation, as seen in the 1999 film, Godzilla 2000: Millennium.
- Megaguirus Godzilla - The 1954 Godzilla incarnation, as seen in the 2000 film, Godzilla vs. Megaguirus.
- GMK Godzilla - The 1954 Godzilla who, after being killed by the Oxygen Destroyer, was resurrected by the restless souls of World War II's victims. Was featured in the 2001 film, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack.
- GXMG Godzilla - The Godzilla who follows in the footsteps of the original, featured in the 2002 and 2003 films, Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla and Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S., respectively.
- Final Wars Godzilla - The 1954 Godzilla incarnation, as portrayed in the 2004 film, Godzilla: Final Wars.
- Minilla - The son of Godzilla in Final Wars.
- MonsterVerse Godzilla - An ancient incarnation of Godzilla who remained dormant for millennia, and only reappeared recently in the present day. First appeared in the 2014 film, Godzilla, and reappeared in the 2019 film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and the 2021 film, Godzilla vs. Kong.
- Dagon - a kaiju of the MonsterVerse Godzilla's species.
- Shin Godzilla - An incarnation of Godzilla who arrived in Japan in the modern day. Featured in the 2016 film, Shin Godzilla.
- Godzilla Earth - A largely evolved incarnation of the giant monster. First featured in the 2017 film, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters.
- Godzilla Filius - A cell divided clone of Godzilla Earth, first seen in the 2017 film, Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters.
- Snow Godzilla - a winter Godzilla, first seen in the 2019 film, Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion the Movie: The Marvelous Fast ALFA-X That Comes From the Future.
- Godzilla - A monster who appears in the 2021 anime series, Godzilla Singular Point.
- Godzilla - A monster who appears in the 2021 ride, Godzilla the Ride: Giant Monsters Ultimate Battle.
- Godzilla - A monster who appears briefly in a dream sequence of the film, Always: Sunset on Third Street 2.
- Godzill-kun - A juvenile Godzilla, first seen in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- Little - A juvenile Godzilla, first seen in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- Minilla - A young Godzilla, first seen in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- Shin Oji - An incarnation of Godzilla who is the father of Kamachi and uncle of the Three Godzilla Brothers. Featured in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- Taigo-san - A father of Three Godzilla Brothers and brother of Shin Oji. Features in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- Mirei-san - A mother of Three Godzilla Brothers. Features in the 2019 web series, Godziban.
- ShoGoji - An elder Godzilla featured in the 2019 web series, Godziban, specifically its Go! Go! Godzilla-kun segments.