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[[File:DAM.jpg|250px|right|thumb|Many of the Showa Monsters (excluding King Kong, Ebirah, Kamacuras, Gabara, Hedorah, Gigan, Jet Jaguar, Megalon, MechaGodzilla, King Caesar, Titanosaurus)]]The '''Showa era''' is a term used to identify the years between 1930 and 1979.
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The '''Showa era''' is a term used to identify the years between 1930 and 1979.
   
 
The [[Godzilla (1954 film)|first Godzilla film]] was to begin the Showa era of the {{kaiju}} industry, and is the usual {{kaiju}} to be affiliated with this era. During the beginning of this era, Godzilla was mainly antagonistic in nature, taking on the likes of [[Anguirus]] and [[Mothra]]. By the time of ''[[Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster]]'', Godzilla adopted what would soon become his most famous image: a heroic monster, battling terrible villains with other monsters by his side.
 
The [[Godzilla (1954 film)|first Godzilla film]] was to begin the Showa era of the {{kaiju}} industry, and is the usual {{kaiju}} to be affiliated with this era. During the beginning of this era, Godzilla was mainly antagonistic in nature, taking on the likes of [[Anguirus]] and [[Mothra]]. By the time of ''[[Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster]]'', Godzilla adopted what would soon become his most famous image: a heroic monster, battling terrible villains with other monsters by his side.

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The Showa era is a term used to identify the years between 1930 and 1979.

The first Godzilla film was to begin the Showa era of the kaiju industry, and is the usual kaiju to be affiliated with this era. During the beginning of this era, Godzilla was mainly antagonistic in nature, taking on the likes of Anguirus and Mothra. By the time of Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster, Godzilla adopted what would soon become his most famous image: a heroic monster, battling terrible villains with other monsters by his side.


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