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Sometimes I think this is Godzilla's world. We just live in it. „ 

— Jackson Barnes


Jackson Barnes is a soldier character who first appeared in the 2019 MonsterVerse film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters.


I can't blame that kid! If I had these two for parents, I'd run away from home too. „ 

— Barnes, about Madison

Barnes grew up a monster movie fan and getting a job in law enforcement. From his love of monster movies, he served time on many seagoing vessels all for the chance to see Godzilla up close, referring to him as "the Big Guy". He takes his job as a G-Team soldier seriously as he enters situations involving Titans, and seeks to not let them become someone else's problem.


Having desired to protect and serve for most of his life, Barnes attended the Georgia Military School and became an expert in munitions and heavy explosives. He spent most of his career on vessels developing an interest in the creatures in the sea. When the chance to try out for Monarch's military defensive wing, the G-Team, Jackson leaped at it and the agency activated him on February 3, 2015, alongside Lauren Griffin and Anthony Martinez.

As Godzilla sightings became few and far between, Jackson requested nightly shifts for a chance to see "the Big Guy", and not long after, his persistence was rewarded. His interest and expertise in field testing proto-ordinance led to Jackson's first assignment under G-Team leader, Colonel Diane Foster, as a weapons consultant during ballistic trials for specially-made tracer munitions.[1]

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