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Godzilla is a Japanese movie monster that looks like a prehistoric giant lizard. Get the collection of Godzilla Coloring Pictures on this page. You can print then color them with your favorite colors. Happy coloring.

The Godzilla animations were made by replacing the puppets usually used by an actor with a costume realistic enough for the time.

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The monster’s theme also exploits ecological ideas and the fear of the atomic bomb, which ensured, and still ensures, its great success in the Japanese archipelago.

The original Japanese name of Godzilla is Gojira, which is a combination of two other Japanese words: gorira (gorilla) and kujira (whale).

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This name is said to have come from a phase of preliminary plans where Godzilla was described as “a cross between a gorilla and a whale” about its size, strength, and aquatic origins.

It was Tanaka Tomoyuki (1910-1997) who created Godzilla for the company Tōhō in 1954. The first film was shot under the direction of Ishiro Honda, less than ten years after the American atomic bomb attacks on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

This film was actively censored in the United States, where it was edited, in particular, to include scenes shot with the actor Raymond Burr (who played on television Perry Mason and the Iron Man).

Godzilla standing on its hind legs, it is generally interpreted by a man in a latex costume, filmed in slow motion to accentuate the impression of heaviness and gigantism of the monster.

The approximate appearance of Godzilla, regardless of the design of the combination used by the actor playing the creature, remains the same in its general form, which is immediately recognizable.

Godzilla is a giant mutant dinosaur with rough, bumpy, charcoal-grey scales, a powerful, long, serrated tail, and long spines. Godzilla is a “chimera” inspired by various prehistoric reptiles.

The numerous films devoted to Godzilla allow reconstructing a real epic around this giant prehistoric lizard. Initially, it remained buried underground when nuclear tests awakened it.

Furious, he destroyed cities without anyone being able to stop him, seeking to annihilate this humanity that should have let him sleep peacefully.

He confronts many other monsters, and changes in the course of the scenarios to become an ally of men against their enemies outside the earth.